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Schedule in Effect
Dec. 5, 1807.
WESTBOUND LEAVE KOANOKE
6:40 a ui (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Bristol, intermediate ata
tions and the South and West. Pull
man sleepers to Now Orleans and Mem
Phis Connects at Kadford for Blue
held and Pocahontas.
4:1"' p. m., tho Chicago Express for Rad
ford, Blueneld, Pocnhoutus, Konova,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis,
Kansas City, Columbus and Chicago!
Pullman Buiret Sleeper Roanoke to
Columbus. Also for Pulaski, Wythe
ville, Bristol, Knoxvllle, Chattanooga
and intermediate points.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT ROANOKE.
From Norfolk 5:110 a. m.; 4:05 p. m.
From Hagerstown 5::i0 a. m.; 4:00 p. m.
From Winston 1:20 p. m.
From Bristol and the West 1:40 p. m.
11:20 p. m. 1
NORTH AND KASTBOUND. LEAVE
1:55 p. m. for Petersburg, Richmond and
1:50 p. in. for Washington, Hagerstown.
Philadelphia and New York.
11:35 p. m. ror Richmond and Norfolk.
Pullman sleepers Roanoke to Norfolk
and Lyuchburg to Richmond.
11:80 p. m. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited; for Washington, Hagerstown,
Philadelphia and New York. Pullman
sleepers to Washington via. Shenan
doah Junction und Baltimore und Ohle
Durham Division?Leave Lyuchburg
j (Union station) daily, except Sunday,
4:00 p. m. for South Boston and Dur?
ham and intermediate stations.
Winston-Salem Division?Liave Roanoke
(Union station) 4:25 p. m. and7:80a. m.
daily, except Sunday for Rocky .Mount,
Martinsville, Winston-Salem andintei
For all additional information apply
at ticket office or to W. B. Bevill, General
Passenger Agent, Roanoke, Va.
M. F. Bragg,
ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY
IN EFFECT OCTOUEIt 55. Ib'.l7.
lreellln Itoad. |
7 I PI
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10 50 I
11 40 j
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1 40 -.1
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5 40 i li
7 00 j 7
Halem car runs hfitween Terry bnildlne inn
Kslem. First car Sundays at 8:20 a. m. Tickets !
between tioanolio and Salem enn be purchased
jn Koanoke nt Vaughar 's clgur stand, Terry '
bolldtng, and at DllUrd A /"orrdtigrT'i) Halnm.
Vinton car runs, br-t-veeri Terry bnllninc nrd
Vinton. and coi nccte, with Nnrwlch und Crystal
Si>rln. 8 cart?. First car Sundays 8.UU a. tn.
Norwich .'ur runs between Union Depot and
Norwich and connects with Vinton and C'r?stal J
dprlnss ran?. Trip* .narked "r>" will go through
to;Norwleh; all other trips will stop at Wood
mm?. First car Sundays 8:00 a m.
t'ollcgc car rnns between Union Depot and
Vlrglni* College, via p-ineb-ill Park, und con?
ned- lvlth Nor<vlch and Vinton cure.
Crystal Spring ear r^s, notweon Union Depot
and Crystal Springs. First car Sundays &:tu a.
West End car runs, he'ween Union Depot end
"II" tUrou Kir.t e.rr Sundays $:2" a. m.
Franklin Una 1 car runs between Union D:pot
Mid 'I enth avrr.no s. w. v
Bust Hounoke car runs between Urlm De-i ,>?
and Lyncliburg avenue n. c.
B. W. JAMISON, Oon'l Mgr.
Offlee, Hooms 105 nr.d 1C6 Terry Building.
WE ARE ASSERTING V.l THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD "castoria," AND
"pitcher's castoria/' AS OUR TRADE MARK.
Js DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same
thai has borne and docs now '/<77??t-" on every
bear the facsimile signature cf ^^z^^/-&,tc/UM wrapper.
Ttiis is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been
used In the Jionzcs of the Mothers of America for over thirty
yearv- LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the hind you have alwai/s bought ss*2-011
and has the signature- of wrap?
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex?
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is
PresiiimL nJ , A n
March S, IS97. Q&.u~~x. y^^.p,
Do Not Be Deceived.
Tjo not endanger the life of your child by accepting
a cheap substitute which some drugget may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in?
gredients of which even he does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE fAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE of
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
THt CENTAUn CO'JIMIII. T7 MURRAY MBECT, NEW '
Christ Church ? Regular services und
sermon ;it 11 n. in. nntl 7:4G p. m., i?y the
pastor, Rev. R. W. Pattou. Sunday
school at 0:30 a. m.
Second Presbyterian?At 11 a. m. Pro?
fessor Painter, of Roanoke College, will
priach. "There will bo no night service.
Railrond Y. M. ,C. A.?There will be
tin? usual Sunday meeting at the Rail?
road Y. M. C. A. this afternoon at 3:30
and Rev. J. W. Bursley, of Buena Vista,
will make an address
JelTerson Streel Baptist Church?At
thejnorniug service the pi stor, Rev. W.
Lunsford, will take for his subject
ISAAC CANNADAY, REPORTER.
AT AUCTION?M. P. Huff will sell
in Salem to-morrow in front of tho court?
house a line driving and work mare, also
a buggy and harness. Chance .for a
On December IT the Slate senate con?
firmed the nomination of R. C. Stearnes
for school superintendent for Roanoke
An entertainment consisting of song,
music and storv isanuouueed to be given
The Stunted Christian;1* at night his j ?? the Tcwn Hall Uecembei 81Kby R.ilph
subject will he "The Mad Young Man, I Blngliaiu.
or tin- Hardship ol'tho Downward Way."
The ordii.ance of baptism will lie admin?
istered at the close of the [night service.
Sunday-school at !)::!() a. m. Y. P. U.
Monday night at 7:30.
Beltnnnt?There will be services at Hel
mont M. K. Church, South, both morn?
ing and evening at tho usual hours. The
pastor, W. I). Keenc,_will preach at both
Lee Street Church?11 a , m Rev. M.
P, Mar.-.h, the pastor, will preach. Sub?
ject for the evening sermon, "The Three
Men Whc Would Not Mow." Sunday
school at 2:30 p. in. Class at. 1<> a. m.
After the morning "sermon 'probationers
will be received into full membership,
and new members on probation ami by
certificate. All members of this church
are urged to be present. Strangers cor?
Trinity?Usual services at 11 a. m. ami
7:l!0 n. m. by the pastor, Rev. J. C. Jones.
Sunday-school at ^9:30 [a tm., .1. B. An?
drews, superintendent'. Epworth League
on Friday evening at 7:30,
United Urethren?At t lie United breth?
ren Church, the pastor. Rev. S. L. Rice,
will preach at lUa. )m. and 7:30 p. in.
The morning subject will Jba '.'Eloquence
./fa Tear:'' evening subject, "Reaping
More Than We Sow." The evening ser
mon will be of an evangelistic nature.
The reception of new members and 'bap?
tism fif same at the close of each service.
Y. 1'. C. V. gospel meeting at 0:30 p. m.,
to which all Christians aie invited. Sun- j
day-school at C:4? a. m., M. L. Avis, su- '
Bcimont Mission ?The Ilelmont Bap
list Mission Sunday-school at 15 p. m.
Robert Moorman Mission -This Sun-'
day-school meets at Melrose Hall on Park !
street at 3 p. m. Mr. *W. R. (lesser is
Superintendent. All are cordially in?
St. Mark's?Reguhr services at it.
Mark's Lutheran Church, coiner Com?
merce and Church streets,at 11 a. m. and
7:150 p. m. S.unday-school'at ,0:80 In. n . j
League service at 6:45 p. *iu. All are j
welcome. Seats free.
Greene Memorial?Preaching at Greene
Memorial M. E. Church. South, at 11 a.
m. and 7:30 p. m. by the pastor, Rev
Thos. E. Carson. I.Sundav-school at 0:30
a. m. Epworth League devotioobl ser
vices at 7 p. ni.
Grace Church??There will be preaching
at Grace Church at 11a. m. and 7:80 p.
in. by the pastor. Rev C. I). Bulla. 'Sun?
day-school at 9:80 a. m. Clns'r? meeting
for men at ;! p,"m. Love bast ami third
quarterly conference Wednesday evening,
conducted by Rev. 1'. F. Rail.
St. Johc's?-8 a. m, holy communion;
11 a. in. service and sermon; 4:15" p. 'm.
children's monthly"servlcfi and baptism
of infnnts. No night service.
Calvary ?Dr. Rroughton will preach at
11 a.m. Subject. "Jeans' Call JJlfi tin
Higher Life." At TniBht^'SpiritnaijAn
aesthesla, or tho ChUich 'Asleep." Mr.
Wolfsosu will have charge of the sinking.
Baptist Church?Sunday-school at 0:30
n. m., .1. P. Resri, superintendent.
Preaching at 11 a. in. hy the pastor. Rev.
.1. A. Barnhardt. Tho Baptist Young
People's Union will meet at I p. m. Vis?
itors and strangers alwavs welcome. Mr.
Harnharc t will preach at Donsack at
Methodiat^Chnrch?At 11 a. m. by the
pa?tor, Rev. G. ".'. D. Collins. Subject,
"The Impulses of Christian Effort," a
sermon to the Ladies' Horm- Mission and
P* raonage Society. At 17:30 the Ladies
Home and Parsonage Soeitety will have
I jubilee exercises,con?istini.' of solos.read
I inirs. essays, etc. 'I'he public is earnest ly
i requested te. be present.
Yesterday morning just before day?
break Constable E. R. Darter bad quite
an exciting chafe while in pursuit of a
negro, Tom Hunt, who bad stolen a pair
of gloves. The negro lives on Dry Branch
south of Main street. Armed with a
warrant the sheriff approached Hunt's
house and rushed up stairs, but at the
same time Hunt rushed down stairs by
another route and fled towards Union
street pursued by the constable. After
splittinc his knee cap and lacerating his
hand on a barb rvire fence Carter ovrtook,
the fugitive near the freight depot, cov?
eted him with his gun and marcheil him
oil' to prison. Before Justice Camper
yesterday he was fined ?5 and costs and
in default of'payment was remanded to
David Henderson, a vvoithy colored
man, who has been working at, Connelis
ville, Pa.i for Bevern) years, has returned
to Salem, his old Ik me.
Shiloh Council is in session at Rev, B.
P. Fox's Church. Rev. Mr. Sbafer, of
j Christiansburg, is in attendance.
The last performance cf the "Life of
Luther" was given Friday night to a
j large audience. The managers have ilis
ha ruled lor the holidays.giving their next
! performance in Philadelphia January C,
, 1808. Mrs. Monroe lias left f r?r Wasbing
! ton and Miss Yale, the trainer, for the
j North. Mrs Monroe expects to give the
"(Scottish Reformation''.in Roanoke city
I next spring under the auspices of the
j Episcopal Church.
Ar a culled meeting of the Roanoke
j College. Athletic Association yesterday af
' ternoon business of considerable import
\ ance was transacted. The" following
officers were elected for'tbe [year: Mr. s.
; Engle. president; Claude II. Wilson,
vice-president; .lohn W. Wntterson, sec?
retary; Fairfax G. Wright, treasurer.
John N. Smith, of Mason's Cove, was
exhibiting on the'streeta yesterday sam?
ples of sto\*e coal'found near bis home,
i The coal is said to burn well.
.1. M.Brown, a student of tho Virginia
Polytechnic Ins'itute, was in town yts
Evangelist.!. W. Hypes'left'yesterday
for Nace, Botetourt county, at which
place he will begin revival services.
Miss L. 1). Smith, who has been stop,
ping at Prof. W. A. Smith's, since la.-r
summer, left yesterday for Louisiana.
Miss Nann'e Sannders, who has been
sick at her aunt's, Mrs. IVnn, is out
R. L. Martnex, D. H. Mahner, J. D.
Mannc-y, Harry and Walter hhyne, all <d'
Roanoke Col li ne, left last night foi their
homes in Not th Carolina to spend Christ
Mrs. B. Lacy H?ge and Miss Ada
Hatcher, of Roanoke. spent yesterday
with Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Ligon on Main
Treiisvrer Geo. M. Muse returned Fri?
day from Richmond.
Rev. Harris Chelf, of Rappahannnck
county, who is visiting the Whitcscarver
brothers, will preach at Fort Lewis
Albie Walters, ?>f i harlot tesvilie, ;s
visiling'at bis liomeon West Main streel.
Info, mat ion was received of the death
of Dr. George, the resident physician tej
Hollins Institute. He was found dead in
bed early Saturday morning. On account,
of this the annual fall concert which was
to have bee:> given was postponed.
Miss Li/./ie Shelor, of Roanoke, was
visaing in the city yesterday.
Miss Lottie Gale, of Rr>anoke. was vis
iting at Mrs. Marshall McClung's yester?
A delightful T. o'clock tea was given
yesterdny by Ml?s Fannie Altizer at tht>
liomo of her parents ou Broad street. Tho
parlor and dining room were beautifully
decorated with evergreens. Excellent
vocal musiu was reudered by Misses
Wiley, Armstrong and Altizcr. Among
those present were Miss A rmst rong, Mis
Fannie Armstropg, Miss Kate Burks,
Miss Spessard, Miss Amah Armstrong,
Miss Katie Evans, Miss May Wiley, Mis.
Jamison. Miss Bessie Wiley, Miss Rachel
Henderson, Miss Agnes Armstrong, Miss
Elsie Logan. Miss Sadie Logan.
AMONG THE CHURCH KS.
At the Lutheran Church Dr. Fox will
preach in the morning and Dr. Painter
at n'ght. Christian Endeavor at 0 p. m.
Regular services at Presbyterian
Church by Rev. H. O. V. Campbell.
Christian Endeavor at 7 p. m.
At tho Baptist Church at night the reg?
ular monthly meeting of the Tyree Mis?
sionary Society will bo held. Dr. (5. .T.
Hobday will preside. The anuunl elec?
tion of ollicers will also take place.
Regular services at tho Episcopal and
Methodise Churches by their respective
KLONDIKE COMPANY SUBD.
Gon. Varian Alleges $52,500 is Due Him
by the Corporation.
Now York. Dec. 18.?General Joshua
"Marian.who was chief of ordnance on the
stall of Governor Flower, has begun au
action against the British '.North Ameri?
can Trading and Exploring Company,
with ollices ?t Xo. Wall street, [to re?
cover $52 500, which he 'alleges Is due
him for the use of Ins name by tho corpo?
ration and for commissions on the sale of
stock A writ of attachment for the
amount was served on the officers of the
company by Deputy SheiilT Hutler.
The British North American Trading
and Exploring Company 'was organized
under the laws of West [Virginia'during
the days of the Klondi ko cr.i/e last. Rum?
mel, with a capitalization of $5,000,000.
Benjamin M. Whitlock. of Xo. 114
West Twelfth Tstreet, is the Ptesideut,
and Govenor 0'Ferrall,of Virginia, is the
Mr. Whitlow v. at! a fellow member
with Varian on Governor Flower's staff,
baring been inspector general of rille
In the suit begun by General Varian
$50,000 is claimed lor the use of his name
and $2.500 for commissions for getting
$1(1,000 worth of stock subscribed for.
He also alleges that for the nso of bis
name ho was tc receive $50,000, or fifty
thousand .shares of stock, "Jmt complains
that be received neither.
BWISP PRESIDENT ELECTED.
Berne, Switzerland, Dec. 18.?Tho fed?
eral assembly has elected ,Eugeno Huffy
to be president of the confederation. M.
Mueller was elected vice-president. Both
president ami vice-president are radicals.
The new president, of Switzerland, Eu?
gene Kufl'y. was the president in 1807,
ind succeeds Adolph Deucher.
A ROUGH VOYAGE.
New York,Dec. 18.?The German Lloyd
steamer Saale arrived to-day. She reports
having encountered hurricanes aur. that
Immense waves broke over her all the
way over. A number of ships are over?
due, and it Is feared that some of the less
sturdy craft will not be able to weather
FOLLOWS WILLIAM'S EXAMPLE."
Vienna, Dec. 18.?It is reported here
that a Russian squadron in the Chinese
waters has landed nfcrce at Port Arthur,
and has taken possession of that place.
EN ROUTE FOR CHINA.
Kiel. Dec. 18.?The Nonh German
Lloyd steamer Darmstadt, having on
boaid half the number of volunteers
bound for China, and nu immense amount
of war material, left hero to-day for tho
far east. Tin steamer Crefeld will follow
in a fortnight with the rest of the volun?
teers and more war material.
TO PROTECT A MBB It' \NS.
New York, Dec. 18.? The Helena sailed
to-day for the Asiatic station to relieve
the Monocacy, in the Chinese Inland wa?
ters The Helena was built especially
for .-hallow waters, stu h as lho?e in Chi?
nese rivets, and will protect American
A CLEVER rRlCK.
II certainly looks like it, but there is
really <i<> trick about it. Anybody can
try it who has Lame Back and Weak
Kidneys,'Malaria or nervous troubles.
We mean he can eure him-eil right away
by taking Electric Bitters This med?
icine tones up thu'whole system., acts as
a stimulant to the liver and kidneys, is
a blood puriflei and nerve tonic. It cures
Constipation, Headache, Fainting Spells,
Sleeplessness and Melancholy. it is
purely vegetable, a mild laxative, nnd re
stoics the system to its natural vigor.
Try Electric Bitters nnd be convinced that
they are a miracle worker. Every bottle
gun ran teed. Only .".(!<? a bottle at Massic's
Look at our 25 cent books. Gravatt's
Pair, if Salem avenue.
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF
On account of tny having accepted a
position taking me out of the city, I have
this day disposed of my interest in the
grocery business ol St. CMc Brothers,
Jeflcrson street. Roanoke, Va., to .lames
S. and Robert St. ( lair, who will con?
tinue tho business under the same firm
name, nnd will collect all accounts due
the lirm of St. Clair Brcs., and discharge
all debts doe by same prior to date of my
withdrawal. Thanking the ,'publio for
thelr liners] patronage to the old concern
and trusting their continuance with the
new, 1 inn very respectfully,
" PALMER ST. CLAIR,
Roanoke, Va., Dec. i. 1807.
UNDER AND BY VIRTUK OF A
decree entered on the 21st of January,
1890, in the chnncery suit of Matthew
Berne s administrator vs C. o'i.eury and
others, in the corporation court for the
city cf Roanoke, Va., tha undersigned
snecial commissioners will on MONDAY,
THE 10TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1S08,
at 12 o'clack. m.. off) r for .-ale at public
auction in front of the courthouse in the
city of Boanoke, Va , the following de?
scribed real estate, to-wit:
1. A lot of bind in the city ofRoiinokf,
Va., beginning at a point on the south
side of Madison street 275 feet west of
Leo street, thence with said Madison
street north 2 degrees west 25 feet to a
point, on the same, th?*nce south 2 degrees
west. 05 leet to au alley, them e with -aid
alley south .C'S degrees east 25 feet to h
point on same,and thence north 2 degrees
ea>*t 05 feet 10 the beginning.
2. A lot cf land in the city of Roanoke,
Va., beginning at a pcint on the soiitn
aide of Madison street, MO .leet wear, of
Lee stree', tin nee with Madhon strci-r
I.tcuai, norm s.
north $8 degrees west 30 feet to a point,
thence south 2 degrees west 93 feet 10 an
alley, thence with said alley south SS de?
grees east ;?U fee*, to a point, and thence
north 2 degrees east U5 feet to the begin?
3. A lot of land iu tho city of Roanoke,
V.l., beginning at a point uu the so-itli
side ol Miuilsou street ;><>0 feet west of
Ree street, thence with Madison street
north 88 degrees west 110 feet to a pcint,
thence south 2 degrees west 93 feet to au
alley, thence with said alley south de?
grees east 30 fee' to h point, nnd theuce
north 2 degrees east UO feet to the place
TKRMS OF SALE: One-third cash
aud the balance payable u two equal suc?
cessive annual instalments, to bit evi?
denced by the notes of'the purchaser or
purchasers and secured by deeds of trust
on t he property conveyed, buildings on
the property to be insuied.and the policy
of insurance to be assigned to the com?
missioners: the purchasers to pay taxes
fcr the years 1890 aLd 1S07.
0. A. McHUGH,
KD. W. ROBERTSON,
J. H. WRIGHT,
I hereby certify that the aforemen?
tioned commissioners have executed bond
as required by t he decree above referred to.
S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE.?-BY VIR
tue of a decree iu the hustings court of
the city of Roanoke. entered iu the chau
cery cause ol J. J. Slmco's administrator
vs. (borge Colvin, on the ?d day of No
vember, l!M)7. the undersigned as commis?
sion appointed by the sn'd deciee, will
on TUESDAY, JANUARY 4, 1808, at 12
o'clock .vi., at the front door of the court?
house of Roanoke city, Vie, sell in the
highest bidder at public auction, the fol?
lowing property lying in the city of Ro?
anoke. Ya., bounded and described as fol?
Beginning at corner on the north side
of Lynchburg and Salem turnpike with
lot of Maria Manner, thence with lot yf
Maria Hanuer north il degrees east ('?:'>
feet, then new dividing line with same
course north 9 degrees east 100 feet to
stake on south line of Diamond Hill
alley, thence with said alley south Sit de?
grees east 07 feet to corner with Jeffer?
son's lot, theuce with Jefferson's lot
south 9 degrees west 103 feet to stake on
slid Lynchburg nntl Salem turnpike,
thence with north lino of said turnpike
north 82 degrees SO minutes west (?7 feet
This property has cu it a small dwell?
TERMS: One third cash on day of sale,
balance i:i six and twelve months, tho
purchaser to execute bonus for deferred
payments with good personal security
and title to be retained until all the pur?
chase niDiiev is paid.
S. E. .IONKS,
Bond required ay decree in above cause
has been given conditioned according to
law. S. S. BROOKK, Clerk.
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF trust
executed by P. L. Terry and M. S., his
wife, to the undersigned trustee, dated
the 12th day of .Inly. 1SD0, and recorded
in deed book No. 58, page 82, of the
clerk's ollice of the hustings court for the
city of Roanoke, Ya., conveying tho prop?
erty hereinafter descrbied, to secure tho
debts therein mentioned,an:1 default hav?
ing heen made in tho payment of $2,300
with ime-ost from January 12, 1800.
thereby secured to the RoanoKe Land and
Improvement Company, and having been
required so to do, I shall on MONDAY,
THR 10TH DAY OF JANUARY, 1808,
at 12 o'clock M., offer for sale, at public
auction, to tho highest biddei, "either in
person or by attorney," in front of the
courthouse, in the city of Roi noke, Ya .
the following rtesciibcd property.situaud
in the city oi" Roanoke, Ya., lo-wit:
1. Beginning at a point on the north
east corner of Wheat'ahd Spruce streets;
thence along Wheat street north 28 de?
grees 28 minutes west 21)8 7-10 feet, to a
point, theuce still with Wheat street
north 33 degrees 10 minutes east 110 J-10
feet to a point, thence continuing along
Wheat street north ."i" degrees 7 minutes
cast 892 M0 feet to a point on Pino
street, the ice along Pino street south 42
degrees cast 302 2 10 feet to a point on
Border street, thence along Holder street
south 2 degrees IS minutes east 233 2-10
ftct tort point, thence siill with Border
street south 00 degrees 13 minutes east
SO 'M0 feet to a point on Spruce stteet,
thence along Spruce street south 71 de?
grees 1 minute west IN"? 010 feet to a
point, thence still with Spruto street
north 73 degreei' 49 minutes west 127 feet
to the point of hegi luing, containing
0 23-100 acres, more oi less, and known
as section S on plan ot Roanoke Land ami
Improvement Company,August, 1800.
2. Beginning at a point on the south
side of Spruce, streel, 100 fee! cast of
Wheat street, thence along spruce street
south 73 degrees 40 minutes east 24 2-10
lc ?! to a point at an angle on said stieet,
thence * continuing along Spruce street
north Tl degrees I minute east 218 4-10
feet to a pcint on Dorder street, thence
along Holder Street south IS degrees ?">!>
minutes cast 2110 (-10 feet to a uo.nt on
the noith bank of Roanoke river, thence
as it mehnders'up .-aid river south 84 de?
grees "il minutes west 1-11 ??I ii? feet to a
point.thence north GS degrees 50 minutes
west 00 feet to a point, the.ice south 82
degrees I minutes wi -t. 128 '.? 10 feet to a
j point, thence south ?>?*> degrees 40 minutes
west 7:S feet to a point, thence leav?
ing said l Iyer north 10 degrees II min?
utes east 254 8-10 feet t?> the point of bc
g.nnlhg, containing I 70-100 acres, more
c>r less, and known as lots 10, 1*. 18, 19,
20 and 21, section 0, on plan ofJRounoke
Lnnd nnd'Improvement Company, Au?,
g nsi. 161 if
TKRMS OF SALE: Cash fl3 to enough
to pay the costs of sole and the sum of
$200, and the uilnnce payable iu two
equal annual instal)mei.ts at six and
twelve months from date of sale,deferred
payments to be evldeuced by,interest
bearing negotiable notes of the purchaser
and secured by deed of trust upon the
JOS. 1. DORAN, Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
building lots. ? Hy virtue of a deed of trust
dates the 5:h day of August, IS02, from
I). Arnold Gabber, of record In clerk's
nSlice of corpointion court for Roanoke
city. Ya., in deed book 80, page iss, de?
fault occurring in payment of debt so
cured thereby and being so requested hy
t nc beneficiary, the undersigned will on
THURSDAY, DECEMBER THE 80TH,
IS'.iT at 12 o'clock M., In front of tho
courthouse, in the ei'.v of Roanoke, Ya.,
proceed to sell at public auction, to the
highest bidder, all those certain vacant
lots designated at lots Nos. 2 und 3 in
section 20 Lewis addition to said city.
TERMS: Cash as to enough to pay
costs of sale and $102.23 taxes on said
land paid November 10, IS07, nnd lo pay
LKOAL. ,N o r IC i a.
tho de))t secured by said deed of trust
viz, the Mini of $2,000, with in ten - from
August 6, IS02. The residue, if ?.ny,
shall he pay able in two equal aui uhI In?
stallments, with interest from day ui sale
and be seemed by lieu upon tald land
KOANOKE 'J1TLE AND CONVEY
ANCE COMPANY. Trustee.
Dy TIIOS. W. M1LLKU, President.
1SY VIRTUE OF A DEED OK TitUST
dated May 1, 18M, from J. K. Del! to tho
undersigned trustee, for the purio-e c<
securing C. Mark'ey the payment el livo
hundred (>?500) dollars, in two equal in?
stallments, payable twelve and twenty
four months after the dato thereof; sind
default having been made, in the payment
of the said notes and having been required
to do so by the present bolder of the said
notes, I will offer for sale at pablic auc?
tion in frontof the courthouse iu the eiiy
of Honuoke, VS.. on the '!3RD DAY OF
DECEMBER. 1SDT. at 12 o'clock M , tho
following described lot situated in thu
city of Roanoke, Va.:
Beginning at tho northeast corner of
Fourth avenue and Eighth street^;, w.,
thence north 21 degrees 50 minutes east
117 feet along Eighth street to an alley,
thence south 158 degrees It) minutes east
50 feet, thence south 21 degrees ?l) min?
utes west 117 feet to Fourth avenue,
thence north <iS degrees 10 minutes west
50 feet to place of bednnina.
TERMS OF SALE: Cash ns to so
much thereof as will be necessary to de?
fray the costs ol sale and the sum ol five
hundred ($500) dollars, with interest
from the first day of May, 1899, .and as
to the residue, upon a credit of one ami
two years from date of sale, with interest
from date, tleferretl payments to l:o se?
cured by a deed of trust upon the prem?
ises. S. B. MARKLEY,
COMMISSIONERS' PALE OF VAL
unblo Real Estate.?Pursuant to a decree
of the United States circuit for the West?
ern District of Virginia, entered at the
October term thereof, held al Ablngdou,
V..., in the cause ol Linda II. Johnson
vs. the Southern Building and Loan As?
sociation of Knoxville, Tenu., we shall as
special commissioners, appointed by said
decree for the purpose, olT?>r for sale at
public auction, on the premises, begin?
nin?'at 11 o'clock rt. m. on MONDAY,
DECEMBER 20TH, 1807, the following
described real estate situated iu the city
of Roanoke, Va., to-wlt:
1. The J. B. KeistOC property, consist?
ing of lot 1, section 51), as shown on Rog?
ers, Fa'rfax nnd Houston's map. Theie
is a residence upen said lot. This prop
etty was purchased by the Southern
Building and Loan Association under
2. The I). C. Moomaw resilience, being
upon a 25-foot lot, fronting on Gllmer
avenue, being 1-2 of lot -I, section 4,
Ward's nddil ion.
:i. Another 1). C. Moomaw residence,
known as 1-2 lot 4, Ward's addition, and
being 25 ft et on Gllmer avetieue.
?1. Part of lots s and 0 in Fourth ward,
map of RonnoKO Laud and Improvement
Company, with improvements thereon.
This is known as the Mera It. Seldon and
C. L. Darnell property, and is located ou
5. The Dunhip and Prtddy properly,
being the lot with tin-shop upon it, lo?
cated on south side of Luck street, 105
feet east of Henry street.
?. "be Frank P. Echard property, be?
ing a residence on a lot on the northwest
corner of Lee street and Sbenpndoab ave?
nue, theuce along Shenandoab avenue
south 75, west -10 teet.
7. The W. H. and A. F. Moomaw resi?
dence, being the east. 1-2 of lot 2, block 4,
of Ward's map of Koanoke. .
8. Another W. H. and A. F. Moomaw
residence, being the Rest 1-2 of lot 2,
block 4, of Ward's map of Honuoke.
!). The Mis. F.. J. Eehnrd property,
known as lot 3, block 0, as per map of
Fairview Club Lot Company's land.
Id The .M. 11. Claytor store property,
hounded as follows: Beginning at a point
on north boundary line of Baletn avenue
?11 1 feet west from the face side of curb
stone on the west side of Roanoke strict
at its Intersection with the north bound?
ary line of Salem avenue, 50 feet, west to
southwest corner of Trent lot nnd run?
ning with Salem avenue north 84 1-2 de?
grees west 25 feet to point, theo at right
angles north 5 1-2 degrees east 100 feet to
a proposed alley.then ai right angles ami
running with stiid alley south 8-1 1-2 de?
grees east 25 feet to point, then at right
angles south 5 l 2 .degrees west 100 teet
11. The M. II. Claytor property adjoin?
ing the last above-described store lot.
12 The M. F. Lnndis property, being
lot 14, section 82, as per map"of 'Rogers,
Fairfax & Houston addition to Roanoke.
This lot fronts 5(1 leet. on Centre street
and has a residence upon it.
I'd. The Charles A. Woblford residence
property. This lot begins at n point on
the line of the Koanoke Laud and Im?
provement Company, where it joins the
land of Dr. Hart, near Tenth nvenue D.e.
14. Another Charles A. Wcolford resi?
dence property. This lot begins at a
point on south side of Wells street 150
feet, east of Brook street, tbenca along
Wells street'soutb 75 feet.
15. The Sallie Gardner residence prop?
erty. This lot begins nt a point on west
side of Lee street 150 fee; south frem
Wells street, thence with Lee street west
All Of the above properties were pur?
chased by the Southern Building ami
Loan Association under foreclosure 'pro?
ceed inn s.
TERMS Or SALE: Cash as 'to one
fourtb of the purchase price, and for the
residue thereof the purchaser shall exe?
cute bis bonds in thieo Instalments 'it
six. twelve and eighteen mouths, with
interest from date, ti e title to the prop?
erty to be retained as ultimate security
until all the purchase money is paid, ami
the purchaser to have the privilege of an?
ticipating the payment of the whole or
any part of the purchase money, or of any
or all of the bonds uiven for the deferred
payments. J. R. MILLER.
11. PEYTON GRAY,
The sale of the above property is con?
tinued to FRIDAY. DECEMBER I'd.
1807, at 11 o'clock a. in., and the sale
wiUbehvdd at the FRONT DOOR OF
Till', COURTHOUSE, instead of on the
premises. J. R. MILLED.
H. PEYTON C.KAY,
I. I. C. Fowler, clerk of the United
States Distr'ct Court for the Western
District of Viiglnia, nt Ablngdon, Va..
do hereby certify that J. R. Miller and
II. Peyton Gray, rommissioners in the
cause of Linda II. Johnson vs. the South?
ern Building and Loan Association of
Knoxville, Tenn., have executed the
bonds required of them as eonunissloners
under decree of the 30th dnv of October,
1S07. 1. C. FOWLER,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ef the United
States for the Western District of Vir?
ginia Fourth ("iteult, at Ablngdcn.