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ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY
IN EFFECT APIUL 31, 1897.
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8 00 n
13 SO 13 Oil n
1 Ou 12 40
1 40| 1 30
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8 00 3 40 n
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4 00 D
4 40 n
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11 no n
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Pulcm car rnne between Terry building and
Ualem. First car Sundays at b:30 a. in.
Vlnton car runs between Terry building and
Vlnton. Bundtys?First car 8.00 a. m.
Norwich car runs between Norwich and t) nlon
Depot and connects with College car. Sundays?
Flret car 8:0n a m Trips marked "n" will go
through to Norwich; all other trips before 3.0U
p. in. will stop at Woodrnms. All trips after 3.00
p. in. will go through to Norwich
College car runs between College and Union
Depot via Mill Mountain und connects with r?nr
West End car runs between ??II" streit nud
Crystal Spring car runs he'ween Crystal Spring
and Union Depot via Mill M .untain First car
Sundays S:tn a. m ; and between Crystal Spring
and Union Depot Tla lliscbull I'aifc. First car
Franklin Hoad car runs between Terry build?
ing and 11 tub land avenue s. w.
East Koanoke oar ruus between Terry Imild
lng und Lyncblmrg rvenue n. e.
llckciB tor ride between Koanoke and Salem
can tie purchased In Koanoke at the lollowi.g
Vaughan'R cigar stand, Terry building.
Massie'-? I'harmacy, Souli JefTerBon ?treet.
And at Sulem from DllUrd Jb I'eralnger.
S. W. JAM HON. (isn'l Mgr.
OOlce, Itooms 106 und 1(0 Ttny LSml?lng.
?Schedule in Effect
May 2, 1897.
ESTBOUND LEAVE ROANOKE
0:10 a. in, (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Bristol, intermediate sta?
tions and the .South and West. Pull?
man sleepers to New Orleans and Mem?
phis. Connects at Kadford for Bltte
lield and Pocahontas.
4:20 p. in., the Chicago Express for Rad
ford, Bluefleld, Pocahontas, Kenova,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis,
Kansas City, Columbus and Chicago.
Pullman Buffet Sleeper Roanoke to
Columbus. Also lor Pulaski, Wythe
ville, Bristol, Knoxville, Chattanooga
and intermediate points.
TRAINS AH RIVE AT ROANOKE.
From Norfolk 7:50 a. m.; 4:10 p. in.
From Hagerstown 7:?() a. m.; 4:0") p. in.
From Winston 1:15 p. m.
From Bristol and the West 1:35 p. in.;
10::10 p. m.
NORTH AND EASTBOUND, LEAVE
l:50*p. m. for Petersburg, Richmond aud
1:45 p. in. for Washington, Hagerstown,
Philadelphia and New York.
10:4i p. in. for Richmond and Nftr'olk.
Pullman sleepers Roanoke to Norfolk
and Lynchburg to Richmond.
\0:4"> p. m. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Washington, Hagerstown,
Philadelphia and New York. Pullman
sleepers to Washington via. Shenan
doah Junction and Baltimore and Ohio
DurhAin Division?Leave Lynchbnrg
(Union station)'daily, except Sunday,
4:00 p. m, for South Boston and Dur?
ham and Intermediate stations.
Winston-Salem Division?I/?ave Roanoke
(Union station) 4:o*0 p. m. and
8:00 a. m. daily, except Sunday (Camp?
bell street station), for Rocky Mount,
Martinsville, Winston-Salem andintei
For all Additional information spply
at ticket office or to W. B. Bevill, General
Passenger Agent, Koanoke. Va.
M. F. Bragg. Traveling Passenger
Not to Be Bunkoed.
The president of ouc of tho lending
custom colleges was recently journey?
ing toward Now York und found him?
self in tho suiue seat with an old man
whoso general appeuranco betokened
tho farmer. They soon fell into conver?
sation, und nfter saying that ho was on
his iiist visit to tho metropolis the
I farmer mentioned the uuuio of the lit?
tle village up among tho hills of New
Hampshire from which ho camo und re?
marked that ho supposed his friend had
never heard of it. "Oh, yes," said tho
mau. "I was born there." Imagine his
astonishment when tho country man,
after staring at him several seconds, ex?
claimed, "See here, I'vo heard all about
you bunko fellers, and you can't get a
chance to bunko me." So saying, ho
grabbed his carpetbag and, marching
down tho aisle, took tv scut on tho other
I sido of the car.?New York Times.
"My impressinu," said tho physician,
who was testifying before a coroner's
jury in Georgia, "is that tho mau was
shot in tho early hours."
"Thut's funny;*' said tho coroner.
"This hero other witness has dons
sworo that ho wuk shot iu the leg."?
IN* THE CLERK'S OFFICE OK THE
hustings court for the city of Hoanoke,
on the 7th day of July, 18i)7.
Mrs. CaryMc. Henley ,n mart ied woman,
who sues by >V. E. Craig.her next friend,
against J. M. Henley, defendant.
The object of this suit 'is to obtain a
divorce from the said defendant.
And an affidavit having been made and
tiled that tho defendant, J. M. Henley, is
not a resident ol the State of Virginia, it
is ordered that he do appear here, within
fifteen days after due publication hereof,
and do what may be necessary to protect
Ids interests in this suit. And It is fur?
ther ordered the.t a copy hereof be pub?
lished once a week for four weeks iu The
Hoanoke Daily Times and that a copy be
posted at the front door of the courthouse
of this city on the first day of the next
S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
H?GE & HOCK p. <[. 7 8 4w
"TRUSTEES' SALE OK VALUABLE
improved real estate.?By virtue of a
deed of trust, dated 80th June, INOli, and
duly recorded in the olliee of the clerk ot
the hustings court for the city of Ron
noke, Va?, in deed book No. 108, page 114.
whereby Richard Gilbert conveyed the
real estate hereinafter referred to, and
more fully descr'bed In the said deed (to
which reference is hereby made), to the
undersignc" trustees, to secure certain
monthly notes or obligations of Richard
Oilbert to the Iron Belt Building and
Lean Association, of Hoanoke, Va., and
default, having been made therein, and
being directed by said beneficiary so to
do, the undersigned trustees will, on
SATURDAY, 7TH DAY OF AUGUST,
1807, at 12 o'c.ock M., proceed to sell in
front of the courthouse iu Roanoke city,
Virginia, at public auction, to the high?
est bidder, a certain lot of land, with a
desirable dwelling house and other 'm
provements thereon, beginning at a point
at the coiner of an alley and Rose street
iu Roanoke city, V?., thence with Rose
street north 84 degrees 20 minutes west
38.1 feet to corner of lot No.4.and ther.ce
with said lot north 5 degrees 40 minutes
east 100 feet to an alley, thence with
said alley south 84 degrees 20 minutes
east 22 3 feet to another alley, and with
the latter south 3degreesl0 minutes east
?71) 1-4 feet to tho place of beginning, be?
ing lot 3, sectio*' 7, of map ot Trout and
Jamison addition: also lot 4. section 7, in
the same addition, situated in Roanoke
city, and beginning at the southwest
corner ot lot No. 3 (as above described)
and Rose street, thence with 'said street
north 84 degrees 20 minutes west 40 feet
to corner of lot No. 5 and with said lot
north ~i degrees 40 minutes east 100 feer
to an alley, thence with said alley south
H4 detrrees 20 minutes east 40 teet to cor
ner of lot No. 3, and thence with said lot
south 5 degrees 40 minutes west 100 feet
to the place of beginning.
TERMS: Cash as to $T>0.00 and cost of
executing this trust: balance payable in
consecutive monthly payments of *s.
with interest, as provided in saiil trust
deed; the first of said payments to be?
come due on the 30th of August, 1X07.
Purchaser to insure buildings and assign
policy to trustee, and to si cure said pay?
ment by deed of trust on the said prop?
H. S. TROUT.
C. A. McHUOH,
TRUSTEE'S SALE OK HEAL ESTATE
in the city of Roanoke, Va.-?In pursu?
ance of an order of the board of directors
of the Lyncbburir Perpetual Building
and Loan Company, made May 31,1807,
the undersigned trustees in n deed of trust
executed by Nannie N. Handy and J. T.
Handy, her husband, dated August 0,
1803, to secure to the said company, will
on WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1807, at
10:80 3*clock a. m., on the i remises, pro?
ceed to s>dl by way of public auction cer?
tain real estate and improvements there?
on, and describe" as follows:
A certain lot ot ground in the city of
Roanoke, known as lot No ?">, section 35,
of the Rogers, Fairfax & Houston'addi
tion, fronting 50 feet on the south side of
Shenandoah avenue, beginning at a point
150 feet west of Third street and run?
ning back 130 feet to the Norfolk and
Western Railroad Company's line, it be?
ing the same lot conveyed to said Nannie
N. Randy by said company.
TERMS: Cash as to $118.24, dues in
arrears, and a sum sufficient to execute
this deed of trust and any taxes due and
unpaid; a? to the balance due", the said
Lynchhurg Perpetual Bulldinu and Loan
Company, the purchaser is to assume the
obligations of Nannie N. Bandy and J T.
Handy to the Lynchburg Perpetual
Building and Loan Company, trt pay the
sum of $11.08 or. the second Monday in
August. 1807, and the sum cf $11.08
'on the second Monday of each month
for the next succeeding Ihlrty-flve
months, subject to all the conditions and
stipulations contained in the deed of
trust anil bond executed by Nannie N.
Handy aud J. T.' Bandy August !?, 1803,
to the trustees of said company: and if
there be any residue it shall be upon one?
and two years, payable in equal instal?
ments. .FAS. R. G1LLIAM,
W. McC. WAUGHj
J. \V. BO SWELL, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ES
tatein the city of Roanoke, Va. ?In pursii
! ance of an order of the board of directors
j of the Lynchhurg Perpetual Building
I and Loan Company made May 31, 1^07,
tU? uudersigned trustees la a deed of
trust executed by Fred C. Foard and
Sarah p. Foard, bis wife, dated January
2,1693, to secure to tbe said company,wlU
ou WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1897, at
11 o'clock a. in., on the premises, proceed
to sell by way ol public auction certain
real estate and Improvements thereou felt
uated in Koanoke, Va.. and described as
beginning at a point on the north line
of West Gilmer street 803 11-20 feet west
of Sixth street, thence along West Gilmer
street north 08 degrees 10 minutes west
2511-20 feot to a point ou line between
Koner*, Houston & Fairfax and Word ad?
ditions, thence a'ong same north 23 de?
grees 0-100 minutes east 130 40 100 feet
to an alley, thence along same south b'7
degrees 111 minutes east 21 08-100 leet to
a point, thence south 21 degrees ?14 min?
utes west 129 53-100 feet to the begitiulng,
beim: 'one-half of lot 9, section 51, of tho
Rogers, Fairfax & Houston addition to
TERMS: Cash as to $128.24 dues In ar?
rears, and a sum sufficient to execute this
deed of trust ami an)' taxes due nud un?
paid; as to the balance due tbe said
Lyuchburg Perpetual Building and Loan
Company, the purchaser is to assume
the obligations of Fred C. Foard and
Barah F. Foard, to the Lyuchburg Per?
petual Building and Loan Company to
pay the sum of $13.36 ou tbe second Mon?
day in August, 1897, and the sum of
$13.30 on the second Monday in each
mouth for the next succeeding 28
months, subject fo all the conditions and
stipulations contained in the deed of
trust and boud executed by Fred C. Foard
January 2, 1808, to the trustees of said
company; and if there bo any residue it
shall be upon one and two years, piyable
in equal instalments.
JAS. R. GILL1 AM.
W. McC. WAUGH,
J. W. BOSWELL, Auctioneer.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL Es?
tate In the city of Roanoke, Va.?In pur?
suance of an order of the board of direc?
tors of tbe Lynchburg Perpetual Build?
ing and Loan Company made ou May 81,
1897, the undersigned trustees in a deed
of trust executed by Georgia A. Haw?
kins and J. P. Hawkins, her husband,
dated August 18, 1890, to secure to the
said company, will on WEDNESDAY,
JULY 14, 1897, at 10 o'clock a. m., on
the premises, proceed to sell by way cf
public auction, certain real estate and
improvements thereon, situated in the
city of Roanoke, Va., and describeil as
Beginning at a point on the south side
of Patton street 200 leet east of Krooke
street, thence with the south side'of Pat
ton street^in an easterly 'direction 50 feet
to a point, thence hi 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 in a northerly
direction 200 feet to the place of begin?
ning, known as lot No. 128, in ^"artl 4. as
shown on the map of the Roanoke Land
aud Improvement Company.
TERMS: Cash as to $111.24, rues in
arrears and a sum sufficient to execute
this deed of trust and any taxes due and
unpaid: as to the balance due tbe said
Lyuchburg Perpetual Building and Loan
Company the purchaser is to assume the
obligations of Georgia A. Hawkins and J.
P. Hawkins to the Lynchbnrg Perpetual
Building and Loan Companv to pay the
sum of $15.03 on the second Monday in
August, 1897. aud the sum of $15.03 ou
the second Monday ir. each month for the
next succeeding 48 months, subject to all
the conditions and stipulations contained
in the deed of trust and bond executed by
Georgia A. Hawkins and J. P. Hawkins
August 18, 189U, to the trustees of said
company. If there be any residue it shall
be upon one mid two yea is. payable In
JAS. R. GILLIAM,
T. A. WATTS,
J. W. BOSWELL. Auctioneer.
TRUSTEES SALE.?WHEREAS A
certain deed of trust was executed by
Hannah O'llearn and Morris O'Hearu,
her husband, tu George J. Peet, trustee,
dated tbe 20th day of January, 1893, and
recorded Mi the clerk's office Cf the hust?
ings court for the city of Roanoke, Va.,
mi deed book 85, page 0, to secure the per?
formance ol certain conditions and pay?
ments specifier! in a certain,bond executed
by the said Hannah O'Hearu,of even date
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, in accordance with
their articles of association - aud whereas
the said George J. Peet has resigned the
said trust and the judge of the hustings
court for the city of Roanoke, Va., at the
June term, 1HSI7, 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
In the payments and conditions men?
tioned in said bond and deed of trust for
more than three mouths, aud after being
required so to do by the beneficiary, the
National Mutual Building an*1 Loan As
sociation, of New York, i shall by virtue
ol said deed, and pursuant to the terms
thereof, proceed to sell at public auction
to the highest bidded on MOND A Y,
AUGUST 2, i*97, at 10 o'clock a. m.
the premises, all the property conveyi I
in said deed, with the improvement
thereon, bounded and described as bil?
Beginning at a point of intersection ol
the south side of Patton avenue e. ifot
merly Patton street.) and the west side of
Commonwealth avenue, and running
t hence with saiil Commonwealth nvenue
south 40 degrees 51 minutes west forty
six and live tenths (40.5) feet to a pu nt,
thence north 4* degrees 28 minutes west
thirty six and twenty-live hundredth*
(30.25) faet, thence north 84 decrees 11
minutes west twenty one and sevan
tenths (21.7) feet to a point, thence north
5 degrees 10 mi**Utes east, ten and six
tenths (10.0) feet to a point on Patton
avenue e , thence north S7 degrees
minute.- east seventy-eight (78.? feet to tin
place of beginning.
Also, beginning at a point on tbe west
side of Commonwealth avenue seventy
eight (7S> feet southwesterly from Pat tun
avenue east and running thence with
Commonwealth avenue south 11 degrees
west thirty the (85) feet to a point,
thence north 49 degrees'.3(1 minutes west
one. hundred and twenty (120) feet to an
alley, thence north 41 degrees east with
said alley lifteen (15) feet to a point on
Patton .street one hundred mid fifty four
aud five-tenths (154.5jfeet from its south?
western intersection with Commonwealth
avenue, thence with the line of said Pat?
ton street south 88 degrees east twenty'
nine and live tenths (29 51 feet to a point.
thence south 49 degrees 00 minutes east
ninety-seven (9?) leet to the place of be
TERMS.?Cash sufficient to pay ?II
cost of executing this trust, Including n
commission to the trustee, and to pay off
said hoti'l with airoaragcs due thereon,
amounting to twenty-two hundred and
forty-one and IS ICO (f2.241.48) dollars.as
of August 2, 1897, and the balance, if
any, in oue and two equal annual Instal?
ments due in twelve and twenty-four
months, with interest thereon from date,
the put chaser executing 'negotiable notes
for deferred payments aud secured by a
deed of trust on the pruju rty sold.
JUNI US McGEHEE,
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF
trust to the uudersiened, tinted the 14th
day of October, 181)3, recordetl iu the
clerk's office of the hustings court for the
city of Hoanoke, in deed book 10;', page
301, fron A. J. Loughery for the pur?
pose of -?.ecuring to the Roanoke Building
Association and Investment Company
certain sums of money therein specified,
being balance of the purchase price
of the land hereinafter described. Default
having been made in the terms of said
trust, and being required so to do by the
beneficiary thereunder, I will offer for
sale.at public auction,in front of the court
house in the cltv of Roanoke on THE
29TH DAY Ob' JULY,at 12:15 O'CLOCK
P. M., the following tlescribed parcel of
land with the improvements theieon sit?
uate, described as follows:
Heuinuiug at a point on the north Bide
of Spruce street 50 feet east ot Com?
merce street, thence north 7 degrees 50
minutes east 110 feet to an alley, thence
with said alley south 8S degrees 30 min?
utes east 40 feet to a point, thence south
7 degrees 80 minutes west 140 feet, more
or less, to Spruce street, thence with
Spruce street north 88 degrees 30 minutes
40.2 feet to the place of beginnng:
TERMS OF SALE: Cadi as to the sum
of $750, with interest thereon from the
1st day of July, 1801, together with costs
of sa'e, and as ro the residue upon a
credit as follows: As to $00 a credit until
the 1st- day of August aud the 1st day of
September, 1807, in installments of $30
tach, with interest from the 1st day of
July. 18'Jl: anil as to $(50.75 with interest
from the 1st day of July. 185)1, upon a
credit until the 1st day of October, 18**7;
aud as to the sum of $1,510.25 upon a
credit to become due in monthly install?
ments of $00.77 each, the first of which
said installments, together with interest
from 1st day of July, 1891, to mature 70
months from the 1st day of July, 185)1,
and thereafter at Intervals of oue mouth,
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 eleed of trust upon the premises con
IUCIAN H. COCKE, Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OP A CERTAIN DEED
of trust, dated 1st day of October, 1800,
recordetl in the clerk's olliceof the hustings
court -)f the city of Roanoke, in deed
book 50. page 51, from A. J. Loughery to
I the undersigned trustee, for the purpose
of securing the Roanoke Building Asso?
ciation and Investment Company the sum
of $410.40. And tlefault'.having been made
in the terms of saitl deed, )and beinjx re?
quested so to do by the benellclary there?
under, the undersigned will offer for oale
on THE 20TH DAY OF JULY*, 1807, at
public auction in front of tue courthouse
in the city of Roanoke at 12 o'clock M.,
the following described property situated
in the city of Roanoke:
Beginnim? at a point on the southwest
? corner of Wise and Harbour streets,
j thence south 72 degrees 34 minutes west
j 40 feet io a point, thence south 17 de?
grees 20 minutes east 134.30 feet to an
j alley, thence north 72 tlegrees 34 minutes
! east 40 "eet to a point, thence north 17
1 tlegrees 20 minutes west 134.30 feet to the
I TERMS OF SALE: Cash as to $270.40,
i with interest thereon from the 1st day of
October, 1800, and as to tho residue,upon
I a credit of one year, secured by tleed of
NOTE?Mr. Loughery has soitl the
, aliove premises and bis tleed of trust was
' assumed by his purchaser.
LUCIAN H. COCKE, Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN DEED
of trust from 'GeorttO B. Kuhns to the
undersigned trustee, dated the 1st day of
September, 1800, recorded in the clerk's
ofllce of the city of Roanoke in dsed book
"iii, page li!). for the purpose of securing
the Koanoke Building Association ami
Investment Company the sum of $125.25.
Default having been made in the terms
ol same and having been requested so to
. do by the beneficiary thereunder, I will
offer for sale at public auction, in front
uf the courthouse In the city of Roanoke,
o\ 29TH DAY OF JULY', 1807, AT 12
I O'CLOCK M., the following described
|tarcel of land situated in the city of Roa?
Begtnnig at a point on the north side
of Bullitt avenue 120 feet from the north?
west corner of Belmont Boulevard and
j Bullitt avenue, thence in a northerly ill
: rection 130 feet to an alley, thence with
?-iime in a westerly direction 40 feet to a
j'oint. thence in a southerly direction 180
feet to Bullitt avenue, thence in an east
erly dliectlon with said avenue 40 feet to
the place of beginning, known as lot No.
! 7, section IS, on the map of the llelmonl
Land Com pan v.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash as to $20-1.07,
with interest from the 1-t day of Septem
hei',1800, being the amount due under tin
said deed of trust, anil as to the residue,
upon a credit of one year: deferred pay
ments to be secured by a deed of trust
upon said premises.
LUCIAN II. COCKE, Trustee.
BY VIRTUE OF A CERTAIN DEED
of trust from S. s. Christian and George
B. Kuhns, dated the 5th tlay of Septem?
ber, 1800, recorded In the clerk's r.flice of
the city of Koanoke in eleed book (IO. page
(14. to the undersigned trustee for the
purpose of securing to the Roanoke
Building Association and Investment
Company the sum of $425.25, and.default
having been made in the terms theicof,
and kavl(.K been requested m> it> do by
the beneficiary thereunder. I will < ff.-r
tor sale at public and ion, in front of the
courthouse for the city ot Roanoke at
12 O'CLOCK M., ON THE29TH DAY
OF JI'LY, 1*97, the following described
parcel of land situated in the city of Koa?
noke and tlescribed as follows:
Beginning at a point on the east side of
Belmont boulevard 40 feet south of the
southeast corner of Bullitt avenue and
-aid boulevard, thence 180 feel to an
alley, thence with saitl alley south 40 feet
to a point, thence west 180 feet to -aid
boulevard, thence north 40 feet to place
of beginning, known as lot 2, section 20,
of the map of tin- Belmont Land Com?
TERMS OF SALE- Cash as to $824.01,
with interest from tht-5th ilaj of Septem?
ber, 1890; being tho amount duo under
the saitl deed of trust, and as to the resi?
due, upon a. credit of one year, deferred
payment* to be secured by dectl of trust
lipon said premises
LUG! AN II. COCKE, Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
REAI, r.STATE.?By virtue of a certain
deed of trust dated the 20th day of No
vember.1804, and of record In the clerk's
office of the coruoration court for the city
of Koanoke, iu deed book 95, page 816,
from Thomas C. Maher and Alice C.
M?her, Iiis wife, to the undersigned tru-i
tee.In trust to secure the Home Loan und
Building Association the payment of the
debt in -aid deed mentioned, and default
having been made by said Thomas C.
Mala r for more than six months iu the
payment of bis dues,' interest and tines,
and the board of directors of said associ?
ation so requiring, I will .on MONDAY,
JULY 26, 18117, at 12 o'clock hi., in front
of the courthouse in Roanoke, Ya., 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 Oil
nier street, aud bounded and described as
follows, to wit:
Beginning at a point ou the north side
of Gilmer street 700 feet east of .lefTersou
street, thence nortu 2 degrees east 125
feet to an alley, thence south 88 degrees
east 50 feet to a point, thence south 2 de?
grees east 125 feet to Gtimer street,
thence north S8 degrees west 50 feet to
the beginning, together with all appurte?
nances to the said lot belougiug.
TERMS: Cash. The proceeds of sale
will he apolied, 1st, to the payment of
the costs of sale, including a trustee's
commission of^legal percentum; and. 2d,
to the payment of the debt ?lue under j
said deed of tn:st to the said association,
which amounts to$1,350: the amount in
arrears as of June 23, 1897,was $144; and,
3rd, the surplus, if any, as the stattitc
directs. JAMES T. JOHNSON.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE.?By virtue of a certain
deed of trust dated the Kith day of Msy,
1894, and of record in the clerk's office of
the corporation court for the citr of Roa?
noke, Va.. in deed book 93, page 51, from
H. L. Hofman and N. B. Hoffman, bis
wife, to the undersigned tru.uee, in trust
to secure the 1 lome and Loan Building As?
sociation the payment of the debt in said
deed mentioned, and default bavin" been
made by said B. L. HotTman for more
than six months in tbe payment of his
dues, interest and lines, and the board of
directors of said association so requiring.
I will on MONDAY, JULY 20, 1897, at
12:13 o'clock p. m., in front of the court
bouse in Roanoke, Va., proceed to sell at
public auction to the highest bidder all
that certain parcel of laud, lying in the
city of Roannke, Va., and bounded and
described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point on tho east side of
Park street or Fifth street n. w. 45 feet
south of Button street or Fifth avenue n.
w.. thence In an easterly direction 100
feet to a point, thence south S7 feet to a
public alley, thence west with said alley
fcur 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 39.5 feet to the beginn In If,
belnst a part of lots 1 and 2. section 12,
map of Hogers, Fairfax v\: Houston addi?
TERMS?Cash. The proceeds ol sale
will be applied, 1st, to the payment of
tbe cost of sale, including a trustee's
commission of legal percentum: and, 2d.
to the payment of the debt due under
said deed of trust to tbe said association,
which amounts to $350. The amount in
arrears as of .Tune 23, 1897. was $0(5; and,
3rd, the surplus, If any, as the statute
JAMES T. JOHNSON,
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE OF
the circuit court of the city of Roanoke,
entered at its April term, 1WJ7, in the
chancery cause therein pending under tbe
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 thecltv of Roanoke on the 2BTH
DAY Oh JULY. 1897. at 12 M., the fol?
lowing described parcels of laud situated
in tbe city of Roanoke:
1. Beginning at a point on the west
side of Nelson street 50 feet south of Rob?
ertson street, and running thence north
SS degrees west 1)5 feet to a point, thence
south 2 degrees w<>st 25 feet to a point, ,
thence south 8S degrees east 95 feet to
Nelson street.thence with the same north
2 degrees cast 25 feet to the belglnnlng.
2. Beginning at a point on the east side
ol Nelson -tuet Hid feet south of Robert?
son street and running thence south *S
degrees east 95 feet to a point, thence
south 2 degrees west 25 feet to a point,
thence north 88 degrees west 95 feet to
Nelson street, thence with Nelson street
north 2 degrees east 25 feet to tbe place
of beginning, and known as lot 239 in
Waril live, as shown on the map of tbe
Koanoke Land and Improvement Com
TERMS OK SALE: Cash.
I, S. ^. Brooke, clerk of the circuit
court, city ol Koanoke. do certify that
Jtinius MeGehce. special commissioner in
the cause of 1'. B. Gallagher et. als. vs.
N itional Mutual Building Loan Associa?
tion et. als., bus given bond in accordance
with the terms of the decree in said
_S. 8. BROOKE, Clerk.
BY V1KTUE OF A DECREE OF THE
circuit < unit ol the city of Roanoke en?
tered at it - April term, ls97, in the chan?
cery cause therein pending under the style
of H. I!. Column vs. National Mutual
Building and Loan Associaton, the uu?
dersigned, as special commissioner, ap?
pointed under -aid decree, will offer for
sale in front of the courthouse in the city
of Roanoke on the 20th day of July, l>-'.?7.
at 12 o'clock m., the following described
parcel ol laud situated in the city of Koa?
'?I.i>t number seven (7) iu section fifteen
(15). as shown on tbe map of the Lewis
addition tu the city of Koanoke, bounded
ami described as follows:
Beginning at a point or, the south side
of Watts street, (or Ninth avenue W.)
300 feet east of Grove street Mir Sixth
street n. w.) and running thence wit!;
Watts street tor Ninth avenue s. w.'in
an easterly direction fifty feet to a point,
thence in a southerly direction 180 feet
to an alley, thence with said alley iu a
westerly direction 50 feet to a point,
thence in a northerly direction bin feet
to*Watts street (or Ninth avenue s. w. .
tbe point of beginning.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash.
J UN ICS McGEHEE,
I, S.S. Brooke, clerk of the circuit court,
cit y of Roanoke, do certify that Junius
McGehee. spii ial commissioner in the
cause of IL R. Collhan vs. National Mu
foal Building and Loan Association, has
given bond iu accordance with the terms
cf the decree in said cause.
S. S BROOKE, Clerk.
The Commonwealth of Virginia:
To the Sergeant <>f the city of Koanoke.
Greeting: We command you to summon
I.EUA I. NOTICES.
the",Pittshurg, Chicago and Roanoke In
dusti'al and 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 holden for said court on the
first Monday in .July, 1897, to answer W.
SI. Cook of a plea of deht, damages $500,
and have then there this writ.
Witness, 8. S. Brooke, clerk of our said
court, at the courthouse, the 22d day of
June. 1897, and in the 121st year of the
S. S. BROOKE.
In the clerk's office of the circuit court
for the city of Roanoke, on tho 22d day
of June, 1897.
YV. H. Cook, plaintiff.against the Pltts
burg, Chicago and Roanoke Industrial
and Development Company, a corpora?
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 ($18,298.93), with interest from
June 20, 1892, subject to a credit of
$046.07 paid June 20, 1892. and $100 paid
And an affidavit having been made and
filed that there is no agent ollicer.or other
person of said company residing in tho
city of Roanoke upon whom process may
be served, it is ordered that it do appear
here within fifteen days after due pub?
lication hereof anil do what may be nec?
essary to protect its interests iu this suit.
It. is further ordered that a copy hereof
lie published once a week for four weeks
in The Hoanoke Times and that a copy
be posted at the front door of the court?
house of this city on the 1st day of tho
A copy teste:
S. S. BROOKK. Clerk.
J. S. Baer. (5 22
Johnston Graves & Johnston, p. q.
BY VIRTUE OP A DEED OF TRUST
dated May 5th, 1891, and recorded In tho
clerk's office of the county court of Roan?
oke county. Va.. in deed book 4, page
Mil, James D. Coon conveyed to S. W.
Jamison, trustee, two certain lots or par?
cels of land known as lot No. 13, section
11, aud lot No. 18, section 45, as shown
by the map of the Crystal Spring Land
Company, lying in Roanoke county, Va.,
in trust to secure to the Crystal Spring
Knud Company the sum of $533.33, pay
ahle iu two equal annual payments of
$2(lG.(i6 each with interest, being for the
unpaid purchase money on said lots; aud
default having been made in the payment
of a part of said debt and being request?
ed so to do by the bolder of said debt, T
shall proceed to sell at public auction in
front ot the courthouse iu the city of
Roanoke, Va., on JULY 19, 1897, at 12
o'clock M.,the two lots hereinbefore men?
S. W. JAMISON,
BY J. W. BOSWKLL, REAL ESTATE
By virtue of a deed of trust dated 20th
day of December, 1805. and recorded in
deed nook 101, page 142. of the clerk's
office of the hustings court for the city of
Roanoke, from C. K. Hawkins to the un?
dersigned trustee, I shall on the 17TII
DAY OF 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 patcel of land:
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, thenc*
in a southerly direction 200 feet to Rorer
avenue, thence east' with Rorer avenue
50 feet to a point, thence in a northerly
direction 100 feet to a point, theuce west
wardly 25 feet to a point, thence north
100 feet to place of beginning, being all of
lot No. 3 and the wtst half of lot No. 11,
section 20, map of Rorer addition to Roa?
TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay the cost
ot sale and$850,with interest from March
5. 1897, being the amount of the debt
now due, and the balance, if any, in two
equal annual instalments with interest.
.1. P. WINGFIELD,
BY VIRTUE OF A DECREE entered
in the chancery cause of J. R. Hocknday,
trustee, vs. 11. is. Trout, trustee, et. al.f
on the-day of February, 1S95, as sup?
plemented and amended by decree of ?
day of May, 1697, of the hustings court
for the city of Roanoke, Va., the under?
signed commissioner will, on SATUR?
DAY, THK 10TH DAY OK JULY, 1897,
at 2 o'clock P. M. of said day, in front of
the courthouse ot Roauoke clty,Vn., offer
for sale to the highest bidder, the follow?
ing lot or panel ot land, lying and being
iu the city of Roanoke, Va., aid bounded
and described as follows:
Beginning at the southwest corner of
Reach Tree street and the Old Salem and
Lynchhurg road, thence north 75 degrees
42 minutes west. 121 2-8 feet along said
road to a point, thence continuing along
said road north lil degree- west 801 7-12
feet to a point, thence south 0 degrees 2
minutes west 208 3-4 feet to F.bony street,
thence along Ebony street south 88 de?
grees. 7 minutes east 110.2 feet to a point,
then continuing along said street south
49 decrees cast 190.4 feet to a point,
thence south 30 degrees 15 minutes east
feel >a a point on said F.bony street,
continuing with the same south -19 de?
gree: t a-t 105 feet to the uotthwest cor?
ner of Ebony anel Peach Tree streets,thence
with tue latter north 2 degrees 8 minutes
we-t s[ i feet to a point on Peach Tree
?tri et, them <? north with the same 18 de?
grees 84 minutes east !!'l feet to the plate
of hi ginning.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash sufficient to
pay costs of this suit and -.lie and to pay
00 and discharge the amount dm- cn the
said note, ascertained by this decree to
lie the sum ol fOQO, with interest from
the 12th of March, 1891, subject to a
Credit of $300 as of the 9th day of March,
1893: balance in one and two years from
day of Bale. Purchaser to execute his
bonds for the tiefet red payments ami t'tte
to property to be retained until the same
Above boundary of hind has been sub?
divided into ? lot- and by the terms of
the decree the -aid lot-, will lie offered
separately,'and r they fail to bring the
amount due &n note aforesaid, then tho
above described boundary will be offered
as a whole, darting the same at the mho
of the -ale of the lots separately.
ROBERT E. ?COTT,
In the clei k'sofliceof the hustings court
of the ciiy o: Roanoke. J. R. Ilockaday,
trustee, plaintiff, vs. n. s. 'Trout, trustee,
et. als., defendants.
I, S. S. Brooke, clerk of the said courts,
do certify that the bond required ot the
special commissioners by the decrees
rendered in said cause on the - ?day of
February. 1895, and of May?, 1807," has
1 ecu duly given.
Given uu ler my hand as clerk of tho
, said court, this *dr duv of June, 1S97.
0 td s. 8. BROOKE, Clerk.