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ING GOODS and HATS at from 10 to 20 per cent, less than yen can buy them in Koanoke. We further propose to send all goods ordered from us to Koanoke EXPRESS
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have the privilege of RETURNING THEM AT OUR EXPENSE. Our advertisements will be changed ONCE EVERY WEEK, giving price-lists which will corrobo?
rate the above statements.
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Columbia Shirts, ^ % store and your city, aud cive our customers free
Manhattan shirts, ? Lynchburg's Leading One Price Men's Outfitters. > .
Dunlap Hats. % %. use of in ordering Clothing.
A,,,t?,-uC'^:Liu For 75. I (?M Entire ploor' ?8*i*oif^ DeTOtoJ ^??y <? Taiionug.) J Call 'Phone 38 Lynchburg.
We have the nicest line of
OJMB MOLLS ever broughi
|? Hoanoke. They are almosl
I necessity 1<? office men and
dies who do not get as much
vereise as is essential to good
i ?Ith. We have them assort
( I,from one to twenty pounds,
fad from i;f>c to
i. Jefferson Btrcot.
I -TardwarsHnstlers. Roanoke, Vfl
/'spgpsia and Kindred Diseases
his new French medical discovery iins
ii used witii remarkable success
Bevue Hospital, New York: How-aril
ipltab Philadelphia; Maryland ami
*ns Hopkins University, Baltimore,
in various other hospitals in the
! tninent eitles.
: WHAT A PHYSICIAN* SAYS'
Johns Hopkins University,
y Haltlmore, 5th April. 1S07.
he experiments made here at the hos
1 with the Pnlj'n'ce oil, witnessed !>y
having been very successful, I hero*
?ecotntiieud it in all eases of rheumti
litrnc;!) Dr. V I- ROGER.
50c P?R BOTTLE.
BEN'T OX RECEIPT Ob PRICE.
, SPECIALIST FROM PARIS,
|] >l Twelfth street, X. W.
I j j WASHINGTON, I). C.
ere is notlilnu that hurts a hor.sj
J > than driving until very warm and
leave him uncovered to take cold
possihly pneumonia. Wo have lots
ICE HORSE BLANKETS AT BOT
TT. PRICE & GO.
THE HARDWARE MEN,
' Slioiihl know that the
'?Ohl Time" ltemedy,
It * ho=t for Fernal* Troubles. Correct* all
I lariues in KiMiialt-oru'ans. Should Ire
\ lorchanReot Lite ami beforeCblld-Blrlb.
* ' rs "Old Time" RcmeJies have Stoodtho
>r twenty years.
mtvby New Spencer Medicine Co., Chat*
I ' t.kiuitiR.i, Trnne.vM.-c.
in's Pluarrnggyi teaiP
DICK AN1) A DEPUTY.
HOW THEY FOUGHT 'AND SETTLED A
Tiic Itirth of a <!<i?ni Comic i<i?'ti ittid How
the livent Was of lienent to Ihn Artist.
How to Make tlir Most of a. Good idea.
A Valuable Heritage.
"How often," remarked the old cdi
tonf'do our sei ining misfortunes result
in our final good. Taku the cuso of Dick
Morloy, tho comic artist, a few years
ago. Dick, hoiug a truo genius, of course
never worked till ho had to, und some?
times nol Ibeu. Naturally ho was al?
ways hard pressed for money. Dick
onco lived furu month in tho Lack room
of n pawnshop because bis last suit <d
clothos was in hock then?tho suit lie
li:u! mi. yon understand. At last inspira?
tion came; ho drew a comic picture of
a needy nrtist, tended shop while the
proprietor went nut und sohl it and so
redeemed his clothes and got away.
"Ai another tinio a tailor sued Dick
for $20. til course ho didn't pay any at?
tention to a little thing like this, hut
went ri^ht unresting. The matter fluni
ly gut into the sheriff's hands, and a
deputy came around to the studio to put
"an attachment on tho things. It hap
pencil that Dick was pretty cross that
morning, having lost Iiis easel some?
where in the confusion of tho place.
Not that ho had any use for tho ousel,
of course, but he had a theory that a
studio ought to contain an easel. Gen?
erally speaking, all that Dick really
needed in his studio was a pipe, it chair
and a visitor to whom he could tell of
the work lie was going to do nest day.
"Well, as I say, Dick couldn't find
tlm cased and was a good deal upset in
consequence. The deputy was a kind of
loose jointed, shambling sort of man,
with waving ears, a largo nose, nil ex?
pansive month and a roving eye, this
last no doubt resulting from years of
search for personal property, usually
fruitless. lie fame in, leered ^nt the j
things a moment and told Dick thai be
had an attachment for everything.
Dielc was still (loss mid replied by
t browing a small plaster Vi uns de Milu
ai bis visitor's head, hitting him on
the jaw. The deputy bad Keen similar
cases before, so he just Closed in on
Dick, and tiny had it pretty lively all
around the studio. Dielc relied mainly
on tlm plaster casts ami kept smashing
them over tho deputy's bend, now a
Venn.--, ne\t a Diana, then a modem
ex am pi o.
"There wa-a Hercules on the man
tel, and Dick had a good deal of faith
in that, having a fnucifnl notion that
as Hercules had bei n a pn My powerful
fellow in his day a cast of him slammed
down hard on the head of a deputy
.... riff ought to do something toward
upholding the rights of a plain citizen
sued by ii grasping tailor. Perhaps the
fact that the Hercules was the largest
and heaviest cast in the studio may
have strengthened Dick's faith in it.
Tho deputy, notwithstanding Iiis wide
experience, was unaccustomed to cast
lighting, and tho dust got in his roving
eyes and confused him considerably,
but ho held his ground well, and when
at lust he got hold of tho Hercules ami
banged Djck over tho head with it tho
artist went down oil bis back and tho
deputy planted his knees on his chest.
Dick looked up and saw that the man's
lint was crushed, his clothes torn, one
oye discolored and that he was general?
ly demoralized. It struck Dick thai ho
was the funniest man that be bad ? vi r
seen, and an inspiration seized him.
" 'Legge my hands!' ho cried.
The deputy did so und Dick wriggled
around and grabbed a sheet of card?
board and a quill pen from aiming the
wreck and confusion on the Hour.
" 'Keep just so,' went on Dick.
'There?so?don't move, now,' and ho i
began .sketching tho man rapidly, hold- !
ing tho cardboard in one band. In *15
minutes ho had tho funniest picture that
he had ever d-awn. 'Now lemmo up
and we'll go and sell this,'said Dick,
and tho man complied. Tin y in nded for
tho nearest comic paper office, where
Dick disposed of the picture for$20, and
passed the money over to the fellow. It
was the turning point in Dick's earecv,
and lie has never been hard up since."
"I don't exactly see how such a littlo
tiling could amount to 83 much," ob?
served a listener.
"You don't know tho comic busiuesfi
us well us I do or you would see. Whi n
you get hold of a good funny idea, you
use it once and shortly after yon use it
ngain. After which you use it a few
times more, arid then trinke .further re:
or it, .vunvvqucntiy employing it. a num?
ber of times iii addition. VTou then re?
pent n fow times, ufter wbicb you cau
torn it around a little and uu tltrougl)
tho wholo prow ss nguin. Then, n really
good comic idea will stand Severn] turn?
ings, by wliii Ii time people liuvo forgot?
ten the original tiling, and yon cau
start new with a fair field und n clear
conscience. When death overtaki s you,
if you have n hoii in the couiioliue, you
cau leave the idea t<> him."?Hnydeu
Oarruth in Chicago Post.
AlM.rc. .:< il by KiiiStcrn.
A really useful case for knitting noo?
dles is much appreciated if tho various
sized needles tiro included. Muko it in
KXlfTtXU XKEDI.K cam:.
cloth, scrgo, liuon or Roman .satin at
least 20 inches in width. Turn up an
iusido pocket of eigbt incites. The case
should bo rather inoro than half a yard
Lino tlii:; pocket with chamois leath?
er before fixing it. ami then stitch down
divisions lor the pins so that they will
slip in, making, of course, larger Bpaecs
for tho long wooden or ivory pins than
for liner steel ones. "Make a pocket just
largo cnongh to hold ouoof the common
ganges sold to moasnro knitting pins.
Finish tho caso by a narrow binding,
having turned down an inch or so oi
material at the opposite end to pocket.
Add Etriugs to u>< ni) tho caso when
Aprons Again Popular.
Women have taken to aprons hgniu.
Our grandmothers would ns soon have
thought of leaving off tin ir caries or
dainty collars and cuft's ns their black
silk or alpaca aprons in the house. Tho
modern apron is not so sombt v au affair
as it was in Ihoso days. Tho more use?
ful and less expensive ones nro Hindu of
line lawn and trimmed with a little e-in
broidcryor hu e of dainty pattern. Oth?
ers iiro niado of 1 lands of white or color
ed satin ribbons put together with Inco
insertion, straight up and down, cross
ways or diagonally. A full frill of !aco
all the way round, bows on tho pockets
and ribbon strings give tho finishiug
TIiIiirm Tolil by Others.
riot instead of cold milk added while
potatoes arc being mashed keeps thum
warm for tho table and insures the
quantity left over from souring.
SVhilo manle sugar is new it will bo
foui.u that grated it serves us a most de?
licious hard sauce for hot puddings.
A tnblespooufnl of vinegar added to
tho water in which lish is boiled will
makn tho flesh firmer mid imymvo its
Tho yolk of an Ogg well beaten is a
very good substitute for cream in coffee
and will answer for three cups.
New irons, stich as sad irons, frying
pans or waffle irons, should he heated
slowly, or they will bo likely to crack.
For tiled feel pnt n bandfnl of com?
mon salt into four quarts of hot water!
Place the feet ill the water while it is
hot as can be borne. Then run the fei t.
dry with a rough towel.
A piece of narrow webbing, such as
is used for holding furniture spriiigs in
place, sewed upon the under edgo of
rogs, will prevent tho corners froui
snuir and Snuff Taking.
A word in season to snuff takers. As
tho nerves of our nostrils are so little pro?
tected, they aro very delicate and sensitive,
and when wo take .simtT till the nerves in
the body aro affected in sympathy. In
ennscquonco snuff taking, like smoking,
has a narcotic effect upon the brain am!
naturaly acts upon tho intelligence. Thus
it can easily be seen that It weakens tho
memory. If wo wen? to use it only its a
medicine or an accnslonnl stiinuf int. there
would Ik> some advantage In using it. If
used constantly, it Inflames tho nostrils
mid may produce an incurable polypus.
To those who make blood quickly or are
feeble or Buffer from ulcers nothing can
bo more prejudicial. Snuff takers have
generally wi nk sight. Ill short, it is a nor
nicloUS habit and one that should bo
fought against vigorously.?New York
\VOOi>! WOOD!! WOOD!!!
Fur FIXF. or OAK woo*?by the CORD
or by the LOA D?prepared for COOKING
STOVES or in HLOOKS FOR HEAT?
ING STOVES, go to \V. K. ANDRF:WS
CO., 210 ' nlem aveuue. Their belled
tennis are always ready to doliver it.
BY J. W. BOSWELL, AUCTIONEER.
TRUSTEE s SALE.?By virtue of au?
tln rlty vested in me by a certain deed of
trust executed to me as trustee on the
1st day of .Inly, 1MI2, by .1. F. Wiimih-id
and wife and of record in the clerk'solfice
of the hustings court for the city of
Roauoke in deed hook 77, page 242. and
being require! by decree ?f the circuit
court Df Frniiklin county, entered at Its
May term, 181)7, the said J. F. Wing Held
haviug made default in the payment of
hia boud secured In the said deed of
trust, 1 will pell, at public auction, in
fruut of the courthouse at Ronuoke, V? .
on the 15TH DAY OF MARCH, 1808, at
2:80 n. in., the following described prop
1 rty. lying and being In the city of Ronu?
oke, Vu . and which is more particularly
tit sr.t ilull in tin1 said deed of trust.
First. A lot lying and bel?g on the
northeast corner of I'iue and Nelson
Second A lot l>in^ on the east side,of
Nelson street 100 feet south of Pine street,
fronting 1 DO feet on Nelson street aim
running back between parallel lints 155
Third. Seventeen lots pur. based by the
said . I. F. Wing Held from tin-Oak Ridge
Land Company, to-wit: Lots Noa ('?. 7, 8
Bud I) in section 10; lots 18, If. nud 15 in
section 7: aud lots '?! to 12 both iuclusive
in section 7, ns shown on the map of the
lar.tls of the Oak Ridge Laud Compant.
2 22law 4 w JOHN P. l.KR, Trustee.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF VALUABLE I
IMPROVED REAL ESTATE.? By vir- j
tue of a deed of trust, dated the 1st day
of April, 1802, and duly recorded |
in the ollieo of tl.o clerk of I
h list in as court for tbe city of Roan?
oke, Virginia, in deed book No. 70, ?
page 1^'i, whereby W. F. Dickerson md
wile, cnuveyed the real estato hereinafter
referred to. and more fully described in
the said d-ed (to which reference Is
hereby made), to tbe undersigned trustee,
to si cure a certain bond, or obligation of
W. F. D^ckerson to the Iron Belt Build?
ing and Lean Association, of Roanoke,
Ya.: and default having been made
(herein, and bring directed by si.id bene
flcinrv so tn do, il?- undersigned trustee
will on THURSDAY,. 17TH DAY OF
MARCH, 1808, At 12 o'clock m., proceed
to sell in front of the courthouse in Roa?
noke city. Va., at pubiii aucliou, to the
highest bidder, a certain lot id land, with
a desirable dwelling house aud other
improvements thereon, beginning^ n the
northwest corner of Harrison street and
Gainsborough road in the city of Roan?
oke, Ya., iher.ee with Harrison street
north 7o degrees west CO feet to a point,
thence nortb 15 decrees east 122 feet to
an alley, thence with same south 75 de
grees east 40 fee', to a point on Gainsbor?
ough rond (or avenue), thence with same
south !? deurees 10 minutes west, 122.5
feet to the beginning.
TERMS: Cash. There Is due on said
bond $452.20, as of Februarv 10, 1-0S.
H. S. TROUT, Trustee.
~HY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST,
dated the 8th day of Tulj, ISO'!, and rec?
orded in detd book 138, page 321, in tbe
clerk's office of the huntings court of tbe
city of Roanoke, Va . from .f. R. Viar
to th** undersigned trustee, to secure to
(ico. N. Reed tbe payment of the sum of
$050, evidenced by IIS Interest-bearing
nettntial le notes of :fs each, and cne note
for$0, payable in onthly,and default having
been made in the payment of nine of si.id
notes, and being directed so to do
by the Raid Reed. 1 will on the FiTJI DAY
OF MARCH. 1808, at 12:20 p m., in
front of the courthou>-e in the city of
Roanoke, Va , proceed to sell at public
auction, to the highest bidder, nit that
certain lot or parcel Df land with im
provements thereon, lying and being in
said city ol Roanoke, Va., and bounded
and described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at a point on the south side
of Jamison avenue, (oimerly Jamison
street.-10 feet west of Belinont arenue,
thence with Jamison avenue south 71 de?
grees 80 minutes -15 jeconda west -in fei I
to a point on same, thence sutiih 15 de?
grees 20 minutes 15 seconds east Rio feel
to an alley, thence north <1 decrees 80
minutes -10 seconds east 40 feet to a poiut
on same, thence north 15 deurees 20 min?
ute.* 15 seconds west 130 feet to the place
TERMS: Cash sufficient to pay the
costs and expenses of this sale, and to leu
of said notes with accrued Interest, and
balance on a credit of $8 monthly for 108
monthly payments on the Sib day of each
month,with interest trom July Mb, 1800,
and one payment of $6 with inter*
est as above: and the residue if
any upon a credit ot one and two years
fron date of .-ale. Tho purchaser to ex?
ecute notes for the defertcd payments lo
be secured by a deed of trust on the prop?
i_;_k_lr i v i ? l.' i ii i ? i_r.
ii,I mI.] 'S AM) COMMISSIONER'S
sale. ? Iu pursuance of -i decree entered
September the 30th, 1807, ?cd a,further
decree entered Jatiuitry 20, lssts, in 11n
chancery suit of Alice .1. Brest in 'against
.loel II Cutchin et als., pending In the
circuit court for the city of Ronnoke,Va.,
the undersigned trustee and ppeclal c< m
inis<loner will on MONDAY. THE vM l!
DAY OF FEBRUARY, IM'*, at 19
o'clock in., offer lor sale at pubUc auction |
in trout of the courthouse foi tie oil., of
Roanoke, Vn., the following neserihed
property situated in the city of Konn
uke, Yii. :
Reginninu at a point on the north side
of Gilmer street two hundred and ten
feet east of .!< fferson street and coruer of
lot of M. M. Cnrr, theuee with the line of j
the said Carr north two decrees east i no
Im ml led and twenty live feel to an alley, 1
(hence with snid al ey south eighty-eight
degrees east fifty feet to a point, corner
of lot ?.f 4. .!. Brest in, thence with line
of said Breslin two degrees west one hun?
dred and twenty-five feet to Gilmer street,
thence with Gilmer street north eighty
eight degrees west fifty feet to the point
TERMS OF SALE: One half of the
purchase prieo in cash, the halnuce paya?
ble in M.\ months from the day of sale,
the purchaser to secure the deferred pay?
ment by deeel of trust upon the property
mid to insure the biriidings upon tiie
property and assign the policy to the
JOEL II. CUTCHIN,
Trustee and Special Con nttstdoner.
Rood required by the decree in the
above cause has been executed
S. S. BROOKE, Clerk.
IV. [. WATTS', Auctioneer.
rRUSTEE'S SALE.?BY VIRTUE
of a certain deed of trust executed 'o me
by K ('. Hardy and others, and recorded
on page I'.?T of deed hook 77 in the Hust?
ings ('our I records for the city of Heat:
eke, to sccute certain petiedknl jay- I
mi i-ts therein provided to be made
and upon which default has been
made, at the request of tli? bene?
ficiary I will en SATURDAY, THE
ftTK DAY OF MARCIf, 1808. at 11
o'clock a. m., on the premises, offer for
sale at public auction for cash and sub
jeet to a prior lien of $1,48'), that certain
parcel of la cd with Improvement h thereon
bounded and described as follows, to-wit:
Bet-inning at the northeast corner of
London and Second streets; thence in a
northerly direction 130 f?et to nu alley:
thence with same in au easterly direction
1UC feet ton point; theuee in a southerly dl
reclicn 130 feet io London street; thi nee
with London st:ie' in a westerly direo- I
tlon ICO feet to Bccoi d street,the plnce of I
beginning, ami known ns lots '.? and 10 in
section 8" of the Hogers, Fa*.i fax Si Hous?
ton addition to the city of Roanoke, us
shown in their map recorded in deed
Lo.ik 48 at pnge 452, and containing two
substantial dwellings and other Improve?
ment. Amount due $3.178, ns of day of
sale. H. g. TROUT, Trustee.
COMMISSIONER'S SALE?By virtue
of a decree of the hustings court for the
city of Roanoke, entered at its October
term, 1807, it! theehnneeiy cause of the
National Mtituil Building and Loan
Association, ol New \ork, vs. 15. A.
Hives et als., the undersign; .1. as special
commissioner appointed by said decree,
will offer for sale at public auction in
front of the courthouse ac 12 o'clock on
theStlD DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1808. the
following described parcel of bind
sit nute <1 in the city of Roanoke:
Beginning at the northeast corner of
Patterson tvenue and Welch street,
thence north I) degrees 30 minutes
west 130 feet to an alley, thence south 87
''egree* east t'.t> feet ton point, thence
south !? degrees 30 mloutes west 139 feet
to Pntteison avenue, tb?uco north 7!> de?
grees weot >>8 feet to the plnce of begin?
THUMS OF SALE: Cash as to the
amount, due to the com] Intnant, tosether
with the costs of sale. Aggregating about
$1,000, and the remainder upon a credit
of one. two. three, four and five years in
. .U NITS Mi GEHEE,
Bond in the penalty ol $1,&00, with
approved security, lias been given by the
commissioner In the abt cause.
S. S. BROOKE, e'lerK.
TRUSTEE'S SALE OF REAL ES?
TATE? By virtue of a deed ol tmsl dated
November 18, 1801, from Louis A. Scholz
to undersigned to secure unto .lames V.
Hodgson I he payment of $000. default
occurring in payment of said debt and
being requested so to du bvsaitl lloduson,
f will on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY Jii,
1808, ?t 13 M.. In front of the courthouse
!n the city of Roanoke. Vie, proceed to
sell 'it public auction to the bl?hest bid?
der, that certain parcel of 1 Mul lyinu on
the southwest corner of Wise and Smith
streets, !n Bald ohy ?im known as lot No.
II. section '-. map ol Roanoke Land and
TERMS: Cash as to enough ' to pay
costs of tins sale and the said sum of
i.'itlO will. tnl..r.^t frAtn Vni'?n.1u?r t v
I.KUAl. NOl Ul S.
payable In two equal annual Installmi nts
with interest from dav o( sale
THUS. W. MILLER, Trustee
TRUSTEE'S SALE?I WILL OFFER
for sale in trout of the court hou.-e at
Roanoke, Virginia, on WEDNESDAY,
FEBRUARY 28, 1808, at 12:10 o'clock
p. in., the following described parcel of
land with it< in provements, situated in
thi city of Roanoke, Va., ami described
Beginninc at a point on tho north side
of Elm street one hundred aid ntuety
one (101) feet cast of Henry street, see"
running thence north no degtees 4%
n Unites east one hundred and forty
seven i 1-17) feet; thence north 80 degrees
enst eicbty-threo (83) feet, thence south
no 'detzrees ?(?"> minutes west cue liuii
ilnil and foity-live nnd five- tenth*
(1455*10) feet, theme south 88 degrees
west eighty three feet to the place of be?
This sale i-i made in pursuance of au
thor'ty granted in a deed of trust dated
ttie 5th day of August, 189V, and recorded
in the clerk's office ol the hustings c< nrt
of the city of Roanoke, V?., in deed book
16, page 20. from Amantht V. Anderson
and'busl aud to t ieorge I Feet, trustee, for
ihe purpose ol secuiiuc certain Indebted?
ness due to the National Mutual Build?
ing and I.oau Association of New Vcrk,
and also by the authority of an order ol
the hustings court at its January term,
'.si's, by which the undersigned was svU
stltuted as trustee in said deed of trust in
the'place of said George J. Beet. Default
having been made in the terms of the
foregoing deed, and bavius been re?
quested in writing by the beneficiary se?
cured thereunder to i.xecuto the same,
this sale is made.
The amount ?lue under said deed of
trust la$3,008 46-100, as of the 23d day of
TERMS OF SALE?cash. j
?U NITS McGFHEE,
BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF
trust from S. S. Christian and George H.
Kuhns, dated the 6th day of Se pern her,
1800, nnd recorded in the clerk's oflice o(
the hustings court for the city of Roanoke
in deed book ?d. pane 6-1, for the purpose
of securing to tho Roanoke Buildiig As?
sociation and Investment Company cer?
tain indebtedness therein set. loitb, HUd
default linvlng been made in the terms of
said deed, :-.i -i being requested so to do
by the beneficiary therein secured, the
undersigned will offer for -ale at public
auction at 12 o'clock M. In I rout of tbe
courthouse on the 26TH DAY OF FED
Rl'ARY. 1808, the following described
parcel of land situated in the city of Roa?
noke. Va :
Beginning at a point on the enst side of
lielmottt boulevard and 40 feet south of
the southeast cornel ul Bullittsventieand
said boulevard, thence east 130 feet tonn
alley,thence with said alley smith -It) feet
to a point, thence west 130 feet to said
boulevard, thence noith -It* feet to the
place of beginninc, and known as lot. No.
'2 in section 2ti i f ti t- map of the Helniout
TERMS OF SALE Cash as to the costs
of sale and the sum of $332.01,with inter?
est thereon fioni the 5th day of Septem?
ber, 1SD0; aid as to the residue, it any.
upon a credit of one year front the day of
sale. LUC1AN II. COCKE.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.- I WILL OFFER
for sale in i'n nt of li e courthouse at
Roanoke. Virgmlu. on WEDNESDAY,
FEBRUARY J". ls?>\ at .2:20 o'clock p.
in., the following desi ribed parcel of land
with the Improvements thereon, situated
in the city ol Roanoke, Virginia, and de
scr bed as follows:
Beginning at a point on the northeast
corner of Fatten strut ai d HoustOU and
running thence with Houston street
north !' decrees east one hundred and
fourteen and live tenths (111 5*10) leet to
an aliey. I hence with same south 7f> de*
eree'M east 50 feet to a point, Ibftnce SOUth
14 elegrees west one hundred and fourteen
(11*1) feet to Ration street, thence with
said Pattou street north 70 ehurees west
fifty (50) feet, and distinguished as lot
No. 1, section 0, as shown en the map of
the Rcgers. Fairfax and Houston add!
tion to Roanoke, Va. This sale is n ade
in pursuance of authority pran'ed l*? ?
deeel of trust elateel the second day of Sep?
tember, 1805, ami recorded in the clerk's
office e>f tlm hustlnsra court of tho citv of
Roanoke, Va . In deed book Hi), page 834,
Irom Ellen Terry aud her huseauel to
George .1. Peet, trustee, for the purpose
of securing certain Indebtedness due to
the National Mutual Refilling and Loan
Association of New York, anil also bj
the authority of an order of the hustings
court at iti January term, 1808, by which
the undersigned was substituted as trus?
tic in the said de; el ed trust in theplaceof
saiel Ce-orL-e .1 Peet. Default having been
made in Ihe terms of the feiregeii:>g eleeel
and having beeil requested in writiug by
the beneficiary ?eenred thereunder to ex?
ecute the same, this sale is msele.
The amount eine Under said deed of
Bust I- $1,017 83, as of February 23, 1808.
TERMS OF StVLE?Cash.