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ushed 1865. JOSEPH COHNS' SONS, Reorganized 189).
TO the LadiGS, Gentlemen, Children and Everyone in Roanoke? We have leased tins space fo/one year. We propose to give you an opportunity to buy CLOTHING, FURNISH?
ING GOODS and HATS at from 10 to kJO per cent, less than you can buy them in Roanoke. We further propose to send all goods ordered from us to Roanoke EXPRESS
CHARGES PREPAID, subject to your examination, and if you do not find them FAR SUPERIOR IN QUALITY AND CONSIDERABLY LOWER IN PRICK, you
have the privilege of RETURNING THEM AT OUR EXPENSE. Our advertisements will be changed ONCE EVERY WEEK, giving price-lists which will corrobo?
rate t'ie above statements.
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We have direct telephone connections with our
SPECIAL AGENTS FOR
Manhattan shirts, ^ Lynchburg's Leading One Price Men's Outfitters.
AUOT?^CkO?Xd Kor 75c. | <?n" Entire Floor' ^UMfcrt, Devoted Entirely to Tailoring.) ? Call 'Phone 38 LyrtChburg. <
store and your city, and give our customers free
use of in ordering Clothing.
Dumb - Bells!
i We have the nicest line of
I DUMB BELLS ever broughl
5 to Roanoke They are almost
a necessity to office men and
ladies^who do not get its much
exercise as is essential to good
health. We have them assort
? ed, front one to twenty pounds,
I and from k2.r>c to $2.
S FAIRFAX BROS,
C Jefferson street,
(j Hardware Hustlers. Hoanoke, Vs.
Dyspepsia and Kindred Diseases
I This new French medical discovery has
'"Ibeen used with remarkable success in
I Bellevue Hospital, New York; Howard
I-Hospital, Philadelphia; Maryland and
?Jahns Hopkins University, Baltimore,
, and in various other hospitals in tho
i prominent cities.
WHAT A. PHYSICIAN SAYS:
Johns Hopkins University,
Baltimore, fith April. 181)7.
The experiments made here, at the hos
i pltal with the Pnlyn'ce Oil, witnessed by
j me, having been very successful, I here
I by recommend it in all cases of rheuma
, (SigneJ) Dr. F I.. UOCKK.
POLY NICE OIL
50c m SOHLE.
SENT ON RECEIPT OF PRICE.
SPECIALIST FROM PARIS,
004 Twelfth *<ro<e?, N. w
WASHINGTON, I). C.
PROTECT YOUR HORSE
There is nothing that hurts a horse
more than driving until very warm <ind
then leave him uncovered to take cold
and possibly pneumonia. We have lots
I ..ei NICK HORSE BLANKETS AT BOT
f BUTT. PRICE" ? GO.
THE HARDWARE MEN,
P&2 Campbell Avenue.
should know that the
"Ohl Time" lteiuetly,
Ta tho host for Ttmr.\t Tronhles. Correct-- all
frrcinilarlttes in Fomalo Organs, should lie
' taken for Chtnte ol Life and before ciiitd-Mrth.
PMntcrs "Old Tims" Remedies have stood tho
(est fortwenty years.
only l>v New Spencer Medicine Co.. Cliut
^jM?hAMJhaia?iihMBiinnrr ifn it'n
A FUNNY INCIDENT.
A FRAGMENT OF HISTORY THAT IG
F?LL OF HUMOR.
Colonel Horn's Letter to General T.ojjnn
Rxplatnlnc an Attack on tinint ?Shan?
non, Hin Associate, Was an Ambitious
Fried Chicken Eater.
Mrs. Joint A. Logan onco gava to n
newspaper reporter in tliis city n letter
from ti southern editor thitt crcnted a
lot of talk. It was immediately after
tho death of General Grimt. Tho re?
porter had gone to the Logan residence
to interview tho general nbout some
matter then heforo congress. The gen?
eral was in bed, and tho reporter M as
shown to bis room. In the course of tho
evening Mrs. Logan entered the bed
chamber and took part in the conversa?
tion. In her band sho held a letter, tho
conti nts of which her husband knew
about. She \vuut< ?1 to give it to the re?
porter, but tho general objected. But
as the uowspuper man started to leave
.Mrs. Logan slipped tho envelope, into
his band. The next morning nearly
every ncwspnpi r in the country printed
a copy of i:. It was a ri\ro and racy
Colonel Alexander G. Horn of Meridi?
an, Miss., then tin: editor of Tho Daily
.Mercury, was its author. The letter
was intended as an explanation of an
editorial that bad appeared a few weeks
before in The Mercury. Colonel Horn
and J. .1. Shannon were associates i:i
the publication of the uforcsnid journal.
On the morning following the death of
the hero of Appomuttox The Mercury
contained one of the most cruel articles
about General Grant ever printed by a
press. It dared any true southerner to
grieve or show signs of sorrow over bis
demise. It called upon the people of
Dixieland to exult and rejoieo at the
death of tho man who had .-lain their
sons and burned their homes. The peo?
ple of Meridian were astounded. They
went to tho editor, Colonel Horn, and
asked him, in tho name of peace, to
write another nrticlu withdrawing it.
Ho was obdurate, ami instead of doing
as bis neighbors wished dictated anoth?
er one equally as fierce us the fii-st.
At that moment the name of Colonel
Shannon was I eforo the senate, await iug
confirmation as postmaster at Meridian.
An enemy of hi>:, knowing the love that
General Logan bad for Gcuoral Graut,
inclosed copies of the paper to him, ex?
pecting that Legan would oppose Shan?
non's nomination. Shannon and Horn
had ii dispnto over the editorial, and
their relations became so strained that
n street duel was only averted by the
interference i>;' mutuul friends. Colonel
Horn's letter to General Logon was to
tho effect thai Colonel Shannon was in?
nocent of the urticlo and had known
nothing about; it until ho saw it. in the
paper. I car.net quote the letter?\vitl
literal exactness, but a part of it was as
"No; Shannon bad nothing to do
With it. Jit the. first place he hasn't
sense enough to conceive such a senti?
ment, as was expressed in tho editorial
and if lie had ho would bo too cowardly
to write ir. Ho is my partner. 1 am sor?
ry to say, but by making him postmaster
you will afford nie the opportunity of
getting rid of him.
"And why not hike him, .lohn'.- There
is a mighty narrow strip between the
radical republicanism that you repre?
sent and tho Cleveland Mugwunipcry
that Shannon tries to represent. lie is
not, a Democrat, never was ami never
will bo. 1 predict that you will soon
have him over on your side, and God
speed the day! Wo Democrats down
bore don't want him.
"I sun growing old, but I am still in
possession of my mental facilities, und
I hope to live many years longer to tell
the truth from day to day about the
I di'spised Yankees anil their politjcs. I
? mil seriously afflicted witii heniiplegin,
eist! I would have mauled h-1 out of
Shannon long ago.
"Logan, you ought to remember me
ns ono of tho fellows that figured some?
what conspicuously in the Kemper
county trials. I guess I can take the
credit to myself of having hud the Dem?
ocrats who killed the Radicals tin re
acquitted before tho courts. I would
like auothor job of the snuio kind.
"You and 1 ought to be friouds. Op
posites beget liking. You have I t en a
broth of n boy in your party, and 1 haw
boon a shcol of a fellow in mine."
General Logan replied good unturcd
ly to this epistle, after which a friend
! ly correspondence sprang up between
senator. LiORuu read tho Shannon letter
in the conuuittco room of tho senate,
and then laughingly said that inasmuch
us Iiis friend Colonel Horn wonted
Shnuuon confirmed he didn't see how
lie could oppose him. Colonel Horn,
unreconstructed, has long since passed
into silcneo, ami a few years latex Colo?
nel Shannon was buried at his old
home in Panlding, Miss., a town buco
made famous hy tin- publication of The
Weekly Clarion, many years ago, of
which paper ho was one of tho founders.
During the Sullivun-Kilrain trial at
Purvis some years ago 1 sal at the break?
fast table with Sullivan and Colonel
Shannon. Sullivan ate three fried chick?
ens, Shannon four. Charlie Rich, the
great sportsman, got the two to enter a
fried chicken catiug match. Sumo ono
asked Sullivan bow many bo thongbt
hu could got away with, und Sullivuu
baid about eight.
'?Eight!" spoko up Shannon. "Well,
you will have to do better than that.
You may bn the chuinpiou prizefighter,
but you will have to whet up that ap?
petite of yours before you can take
nwuy tiie chicken cutiug ebuuipiou
The chickens wcro bought and cleaned
and were ready for tho iron when tho
colonel was taken violently ill. Before
ho could r -I vi ?? Sullivan was out of
tho state.?.huues S. Evans in Chicago
: MAS6AGE OR FRICTION.
Itu itciutlons to Health ami Beauty?Facn
Iu truth, ihero is no greater aid to
beauty than massage. It not only pre?
serves beauty against tho attacks of
time, but it cures many defects that
mar beauty even in youth. It prevents
fat accumulating and even reduces it
when accumulated. It also gives llcsh
to tho unduly thin figure. In fact, it is
the chief agent of plastic form and can
nut be too mach recommended to those
who have lost the lithe gracefulness of
youth. Massage also excites the vitality
of the skin anil makes tho joints supple,
says Vogue, nuthority also for tho fol?
Massage should always follow tho
I bath and not precede it, because after
' tho bath the skin is most supple and
floxiblo and more easily absorbs outer
impressions. Face massage wards oil*
wrinkles hotter than any cosmetic can
do, and this ? very woman may do lor
j herself. The massenso uses the purest
1 und best: of cold oretlin in her Ultmipu
I httious, and alter ;. cortuiu amount of
rubbing the face is wiped off and a new
supply rubbed in. Atter several appli?
cations the face is then washed oil* with
Hungarian or rosowatcr, and a freez?
ing process begun with applications of
ice, gently administered. The face thou
lib lotus out into the sweet est freshness
after this treatment is ended, and noth?
ing can exceed the marked improve?
ment observable in all cases where the
masseuse is skillful aud thoroughly
mistress of her art.
A few hiuts are necessary for those
who aro not within roach of a compe?
tent facial masseuse. Dipping tho ends
of tho first throe lingers into a pot of
cold cream, tho checks are rubbed up?
ward toward the eyes and sideways to?
ward tint nose, many times together.
Tho eyelids are rubbed from the corners
toward the noso. The forehead is rub
bed sideways toward the center and
pressed upward, and downward toward
the eyes, and from the center toward
the temples. Tim neck, whoro women
first shbw tho loss of youth, should ho
rubbed from bad; to front. Always rub
tbo nose downward, tho sides of the
nose or nostrils upward. Rub the chin
upward, and the lips from tho corners
tt> the center of the mouth.
Hard .-Lins arc inudo softer by being
rubbed with oil; [tabby skills are ren?
dered firmer by being rubi ed with alco?
hol perfumed with verbena, which is a
great Strength giver. Hungarian water,
fclsiua water and cau do cologuo, how?
ever, are equally efficacious and picas
nut. Perfumed alum water may ho
tried in extreme eases of finbbiuess, but
the skin should never be allowed to be?
come so flabby us to require extreme
tic; im.I Travolutl.
'?Speaking of the 'Mysteries of Paris,' "
said the literary boarder.
"The greatest one of them," said the
boarder who bad been on a "personally
conducted,""is tho language.'-?Cincin?
The "life tree" of Jnmnlcn Is harder to
1: ill t hau any ot her Species Of woody growth
known to arboriculturists. It continues to
grow and thrive for months after being
WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!!!
For PINE or OAK wood?by tboCORD
or by the LOAD?prepared for COOKING
STOVE3 or in BLOCKS FOR HEAT?
ING STOVES, go to W. K. ANDREWS
& CO., 219 Salem avenue. Their helled
teams are always re tidy to deliver it.
1.1 CiAI. notioks.
BY J. W. BOSWELL, AUG ITONEER.
TRUSTEE S SALE.?By virtue of am
tbority vested in me by'a certain deed of
trust executed tu me as trustee ou the
1st day of duly, It92, by J. F. Wingfleld
and wife and of record in the clerk's ollice
of ihe hustings court for the city of
Roanoke in deed hook 77, page 242, and
being require) by Octree uf the circuit
court nf Franklin county, entered at its.
May term. lo!l7, the said J. 1". Wingfield
having made default in the payment of
his boi.d secured in the s.tul deed of
trust, 1 will sell, at public auction, in
front of the courthouse at Roanoke, Va ,
on the 15TH DAY OK MARCH, lS'.tS, at
2:80 p. m., the following described prop?
erty, lying and being in the city of Ronn
oke, Va . anil which is more particularly
described in the said deed of trust.
First. A lot lying and being on tlio
nortbeest lomer of Pine and Nelson
Second. A lot lying on tho engt side of
Nelson s<reet 100 feet south of Pine street,
fronting 130 feet on Nelson street ami
running hack between parallel lines 155
Third. Seventeen lots pur-based by tho
said J. F. Wingfleld from ihn (ink Ridge
Land Company, io-wit-. Lots Nos (i. 7, 8
and !l in section 10; lots HI, 14, and 15 iu
section 7: aud lots 3 to 12 both iuclusivo
in section 7, as- shown on the map of the
lands of the Oak Kidge Land Compain.
2 22 law 4 w JOHN P. LE*., Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE
IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.?By vir?
tue of a deed of trust, dated Ihe 1st day
of April, 1802, and duly recorded
in the ollice of tho clerk of
hustiniis court for the city of Roan?
oke, Virginia, in deed book No. Tti,
page lsii, whereby W, F. Bickerson md
wile, conveyed the real estate hereinafter
referreil to, and more fully described in
tho said tbed (to which reference is
hereby made), to the undersigned trustee,
to secure a certain bond, or obllgatii n of
'.V. F. Dlqkerson to the Iron Bell Build?
ing and Loan Association, of Roanoke,
Va.: and default having been made
iherein, and being directed by .-aid bene?
ficiary so to do, tie undersigned trustee
will on THURSDAY,. 17T11 DAY OF
MARCH, 1893, ht 12 ?.?clock m., proceed
to sell in front of the courthouse in Roa?
noke city. Va., at pubib auction, to the
highest bidder, a certain lot ol land, with
;v desirable dwelling house and other
improvements thereon. heglnnine*on the
northwest corner of Harrison .-tteet. and
Gainsborough read in the city of Roan?
oke, Va., thence with Harrison street
north 7a degrees west CO feet to a point,
thence north 1.1 decrees east. 122 feet to
an alley, thence with same south 75 de?
grees cast ?!!? feet to a polst mi Gaiusbor
otitrii road (or avenue), thence with same,
south !) degrees -10 minutes west, 122.5
feet to the beginning.
TERMS: Cash. There is duo on said
bond $452.20, as of February 1!.', Ie98.
IL S. TROUT, Tin-tee.
|*^15V VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST,
dated ihe 8th day of Tulj, 1S98, and rec?
orded in deed hook 133, page ,121, in the
clerk's oflico of the htU'titlgs eotirt of the
city of Roanoke, Va , from .1. R. Vlar
to the undersigned trustee, to secure to
Heo. N. Reed the payment, of the sum of
$950, evidenced by IIS interest-bearing
negotiable notes of ?S ?ach, and e.ne note
for Si',, pay able monthly,and default ha vi'tg
been made in the payment of nine of said
notes, and being directed so to do
by the und Reed. 1 will on the IITH DAY
OF MARCH, lbliS, at. 12:20 p in., in
front of the courthouse in the city of
Roauoke, Va , proceed to sell ?t. public
auction, to the highest, bidder, all that
certain lot or parcel i f laud with im?
provements thereon, lying and being in
said city of Roanoke, Va., and bounded
anil desciibed as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point on the south side
of Jamison avenue, formerly Jamison
street. 40 feei. west of Behnont avenue,
thence with Jamison avenue south 71 de
giecs 30 minutes 45 seconds west 40 feet
to a point on same, thence south 15 de?
grees 21) minutes 15 seconds east 180 feet
to an alley, thence noith <4 decrees 80
minutes 45 seconds east 40 feet, to a point
on same, thence north 1? degrees 29 min?
utes 15 seconds west 130 feet to the place
TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay the
rests and expen-es of this sale, al.d to tea
of said notes with accrued Interest, and
balance on a credit of $8 monthly fer 10S
monthly payments on the Sil: day of each
month,with interest from duly Sib, 1896,
and one payment of $15 with inter?
est as above; and the r.-sldiio if
any upon a credit ot one and i wo years
from date Of sale. The purchaser to ex?
ecute notes for the deferred payments to
be secured by a deed of trust on the prop?
THUSTKK'S AND COMMISSIONER'S
sale. ? In pursuance of a decree entered
September the 30th, 1897, and a further
decree entered Janunry 20, 1 St'S, in the
chancery suit of Alice J. Bresliu ."against
Joel II Cutchin et als., pending in the
circuit court for the city cf Roanoke,Va.,
the undersigned trustee and special com?
missioner will on MONDAY. THE tfSTH
DAY OF FEBRUARY, 18118, at 12
o'clock in., offer lor sale at pubHo suction
in trout of th? courthouse foi tte city of
Hoanoke. Va., the followiug described
property situated in the city of i< on li?
Beginning at a point on the north side
of Gilmer street two hundred and ten
feet cast of Jelferson street and corner of
lot of M. M. Carr, thence with the line of
the said Carr north two deurccs cast one
bundled and twenty live feet to an alley,
thence with said alley south eighty-eight
degrees east fifty feet to a point, comer
of lot. of|J. J. Bresliu, thence with line
of said Breslin two degrees west one bun
drtd and twenty-live feet to Gilmer street,
tiicnc? with Gilmer street north eighty
eight degrees west fifty feet to the point
TERMS OF SALE: One half of the
purchase price in cash, the balance paya?
ble iu six mouths from the day of sale,
the purchaser to secure the delerred pay?
ment by deed of trust upon the propelty
and to insure the buildings upon the
property and assign tho policy to the
trustee. , /
JOEL II. CUTCHIN,
Trustee and Special Con n.issioner.
Bond required by the decree in the
above cause has been executed
S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
IV. I. WATTS. Auctioneer.
PRUSTEE'S SALE,?BY VIRTUE
of a certain deed of trust executed to mo
by IS 0. Hardy and others, and recorded
on page !ii>7 of deed book 77 in the Hlut?
ings Court rtcords for the city of Hoan?
oke, to secure certain periodical pay
ments therein provided to be made
and upon which default has been
made, at the request of the bene?
ficiary 1 will on SATURDAY, THE
8TK DAY Oh' MARCH, 1898. at tl
o'clock a. in., on the premises, offer for
pale at public auction for cash sad sub
ject to ,i prior den of si,-IS'1, that, certain
parcel of laud with improvements thereon
bounded and described as follows, to-wit:
Beuinning ni the n?rthe.ist corner of
London and Second turrets; thence in a
northerly dirrciion 18? f<ct to an alley;
thence with sume in an easterly direction
101' feet t<> a point; thence in a southerly di
rectton 130 feet to London street; theme
with London street in a westerly direc?
tion 100 feet to Becond street.the place of
beginning, and known its lots '.) and 10 in
section 2"i of the Hogers,Fairfax & Hous?
ton sdditiou to the city of Koauoke. as
shown cn their map recorded in deed
1 o.ik-IS at page <1<~>3, and containing two
Mubstnutiel dwellings and other Improve?
ment. Amount due $3.118, as of day ot
sale. II. S. TROUT, Trustee.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE?By virtue
of a decree of ilie hustings court for the
city of Roanoke, entered at its October
term, 1807, in the chancely cause of tho
National Mutuil Building and Loan
Association, ol New Aork. vs. B. A.
Hives et als., the undersigned, as special
commissioner appointed by .said decree,
will offer for sale at public auction in
front of the courthouse at 12 o'clock on
tbo23D DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1898. the
following described parcel of land
situated in the city of Hoanoke;
Beginning at the northeast corner of
Patterson ivenue ami Welch street,
t heute north degrees Hi) minutes
west bill feet to an alley, thence south S7
ricgrces east CO feet ton point, thence
south !> degrees : 0 minutes ?est Di'.l feet
io Patterson avenue, th?uco north 19 de?
grees west 58 feet io the place oi begin?
TERMS OF SALE: Cash as to the
amount due to the complainant, together
with the costs of sale, aggregating about
fl,000, and the remainder upon a credit
of one, two, three, font anil live years in
JUNIUS Mi CHUFF.
Bond in the penalty ol $1,600, with
approved security, has been given by the
commissioner in the abevo cause.
S. S. BROOKE, Clera.
TRUSTEE'S 5ALE OF REAL ES?
TATE?By virtue of a deed ot tru>r dated
November is, 1891, from Louis A. Scholz
to undersigned to gecure unto .lames F.
Hodgson the payment of $500. default
occurring in payment of said debt ami
being requested so to do by said Iloduson.
f wiil on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26,
1898, at 13 M., in front of the courthouse
fn the city of Hoanoke. Va., nroceed to
sell -it public auction to the highest bid?
der, that certain parcel of bunt lying on
the southwest corner of Wise and Smith
streets, in said ci.y ami known as lot No.
1 I. section 2, map of Koauoke Laud and
1 mprnvement Company.
TERMS: Cash as to enough ' to pay
coots of this sale and the said sum of
IJSGAI. N?TIG? B
payable In two equal annual Installments
wi:h interest trom iIhv of sale
THUS. W. MILLER, Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE?I WILL OFFER
for sale in front of the court bouse ??t
Roanoke, Virginia, on WEDNESDAY,
FEBRUARY 23, 1888, nt 12:10 o'clock
p. m., the following described parcel of
land with its improvements, situated ia
the city of Roanoke, Va., and described
Beginning nt a point on the north side
of Elm street one hundred and ninety
one (.101) feet east of Henry street, and
running thence north no degrees 4&
n Inutes east one hundred and forty
seven fl47) feet: thence north S'.l degrees
east eltfhty-three (83) feet, thence south
no ".degrees 45 minutes west one hun?
dred and forty-five and five-tenths
(1455-10) feet, thence south 88 degrees
west eighty-three feet to the place of be?
This sale is made in pursuance of au?
thor'ty granted in a deed of trust dated
the 5th day of Augttst.lSO?, and recorded
in the clerk's*office of the hustings court
of the city of Roanoke, Va., in deed hook
I 7(1, page 20. from Amanda V. Anderson
I and'husband to George I Peet, trustee, for
I the purpose ol Becnting certain Indebted
i nees due to the National Mutual liuild
i ing and Roan Association of New York,
j and also by the authority of an order of
the hustings court at its January term.
1808, by which the undersigned was sub?
stituted as trustee in said deed of trust iu
the'place of said George J. Peet. Default
having been made in the terms of the
foregoing deed, and having been re?
quested in writing by the beneficiary se?
cured thereunder to execute the same,
this sale is made.
The an onnt due under said deed of
trust is$8,008.40-100, as of the 23d day of
TERMS OF SALE?cash. j
.1 UN1US McGEIIEE,
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF
i trust from S. S. Christian and George It.
Kuhns, dated the ?tli day of Sepember,
1890, and recorded in the clerk's cilice of
the hustings court forthe city of Roanoke
i in deed book 50, page 0-1, for the purpose
of securing to the Roanoke Building As
j sociatton and investment Company cor
[ tain indebtedness therein set Forth, and
default having been made in the terms of
said deed, and being requested so to do
by the beneficiary therein secured, the
undersigned will oiTer for sale at public
auction at 12 o'clock M. in Iron! of the
courthouse on the 20TK DAY OF FEB?
RUARY, 18118, the following described
parcel of land situated iu the city of Roa?
noke, Va :
Beginning atu point on the east side of
Relmont boulevard and 4ti feet south of
the southeast cornet of Bullittaveuueand
said boulevard, thence east 130 feet to an
alley,thence with said alley south 40 ffet
io a point, thence west 130 feet to said
boulevard, thence north 40 ftet to the
place of beginning, and known as lot. No.
2 iu section 2ti of the map of the Belmcuc
TERMS OF SALE: Cash as to the costs
of sale and the sum of $332.0),with Intel
est thereon fiom the .Ith day of Septem?
ber, 1890; nail as to the residue, if any,
upon a credit of one year from the day of
sale. LUCIAN 11. COCKE.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.?I WILL OFFER
for sale in front of the courthouse at
Roanoke. Virginia, on WEDNESDAY,
FEBRUARY 23. 1608, at '2:20 o'clock p.
m.i the following described parcel of land
with the improvements thereon, situated
in the city ol Rcanoke, Virginia, and de
Bcri bed as follow s:
Beginning at A point ou the northeast
corner of l'attou street and Houston and
running thence with Houston street
north 0 decrees east one hundred and
fourteen and live tenths (114 5-10) feet to
an nliey, thence with same south T(i de?
crees east "id feet to a point, thence south
1 I degrees west one hundred and fourteen
111' feet to Ratten street, thence with
said l'attou street north 7C> degrees west
fllty (50) feet, and distinguished an lot
No. l, section (>, as -hewn on the map of
Ihe Rogers, Fairfax ai d Houston addi
I tion to Roanoke, Va. This sale is n ade
In pursuance of authority grnu'ed in a
deed of trust dated the second day of Sep?
tember, IS'.ify, and recorded in the clerk's
ollice of the destines court of tho citv of
Roanoke, Va . in deed book 90, page ??4,
lrom Ellen Terry and her husonnd to
George J. Feet, trust*-, for the purpose
ol securing certain indebtedness due to
the National Mutual Building and Loan
Association of New York, and also bs
the authority of an order of the hustings
court At its January term, 1N0S. by which
the undersigned was substituted as trus?
tee in the said deed of trust in thoplaceof
said Gcorue J. Peet. Default having been
made in the terms of the foregoing deed
and having been requested in writing by
the beneficiary ?eenred thereunder to ex?
ecute the sane', this sale is made.
The amount due under said deed of
trns'i. Is $1,017.83, asof February 23, U?0e\
TERMS OF StVLK?Cash,