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the judge of hanover
Tim. Howard suffered for three years
with lung and throat troubles, and last
spring was thought by his neighbors to
be dying. ! heard of his condition and
gave him A. B. C. Tonic. Its effect was
magical. In a very short time he was
able to leave his bed. and now regards
himself a weil man. Others in this
vicinity have taken the " Tonic " with
S. C. REDD,
Beaver Dam Depot. Hanover Co., Va.
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[Gents: 1 now
write to let you
know that 1 have
tbeen using your
S?? Burdock Blood
_ ?XwWBitters, and also
mnfir" to tell you what
hey have done for me. 1 have been
roubled with dyspepsia for years. I
iommen?ed the use of your Burdock
Blood Bitters and they have brought
me out all right. The use oi three
bottles conferred the great benefit,
for which 1 feel profoundly grateful.
i will never be without it."
anl4 d ly WM. H D KLKF.lt.
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which we desire to send free by mail
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package, or six packages for. $5, or
will be sent free by mail on the receipt
of the money, by addressing
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On account of counterfeits, we have
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no 9 If
EVlDENcn thai the blood is
wrong, and that nature is endeav?
oring to throw off the impurities.
Nothing is so beneficial in assisting
nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S.)
ft is a simple vegetable compound. Js
harmless to the most delicate child, yet
it forces the poison to the surface and
eliminates it from the blood.
I contracted a severe case of blood poison
that unfitted me for business for four years. A
few bottles of Swift's Specitic (S. S. S.) cured
me. J. c. Jones, City Marshal,
Treatise on lilood and Skin Diseases mailed
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BUILDING - COMPANY
E. H. STUART, President.
; J. J. ECHOLS, Sec. and Treas.
J F. BARBOUR, Gen'l Manager.
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L F. BARB0UE,
THE DANGEROUS "SEA PO?SE."
A Cnprice of tho Ocean That Threatens
the Bather with Danger.
It may bo weU to speak of another
phenomenon not infrequently observed.
I do not recall ever seeing tho name by
which it is known in print, and, 'as the
word is ignored by Webster, I shall in?
vent my own spelling and writo it "sea
poose."' This term is loosely used on
different parts of the coast" but the
truo significance of it is briefly this:
There will sometimes come, at every
bathing ground, days when the ocean
seems to loso its head and to act in a
very capricious way. On such occa?
sions ir often happens that the beach is
cut away at some one point, presum?
ably where the sand happens to be
softer and less capable of resisting the
net ion of the water.
There will then be found a little bay
indenting the shore,, perhaps ten feet,
perhaps ten yards. The waves rolling
into such a cove are deflected somewhat
by its sides and ??set" together at its
head, so that two wings of a breaker, so
to speak, meet and, running straight
om from tho point of junction, form a
sort <>!' double '?under tow." which
will, if the conditions that cause It con
tinuc, cut out along its course a depres?
sion or trench of varying depth and
It can be readily understood that
such a trench tends to strengthen tho
current that causes if, and these two
factors, acting and reacting upon each
other, occasion what might be called
an artificial '?under tow," which is
sometimes strong enough to carry an
unwary bather some distance out, in a
fashion that will cause him either to bo
glad he is. or to wish he were, within
the rectangle of the life lines.
1 haw sometimes heard old surfmen
speak of what they e;Jl a "false poose,"
but I have never been able to And out
just what was meant by the expression,
much less its causes and character. I
shall therefore leave the question for
those who delight to delve into the
mysteries of local nomenclature.?Duf
field ?sborne in Scribner's.
Trouble In n French Madhouse.
There is nothing, mad doctors say,
more unusual than for lunatics who are
together to act on a common impulse.
Last Sunday, however, six inmates of
the Bicetro asylum were so irritated
and oppressed by the sultry weather
preceding the hailstorm as to take an
identical course in letting off their nerv?
ous excitement. The outbreak took
place in the refectory, where a lunatic,
who has often had to be kept in a pad?
ded room, complained that a new
keeper had deprived him of a portion
of food to which he was entitled. The
complaint was well founded. As tho
dish was being fetched the madman
lost patience and dashed the plate be?
fore him against the wall opposite.
Five others followed Iiis example, and
then ran to pitch everything they could '
lay their hands upon out of tho win?
M. Pinon, the governor, was 'called}
compulsion of a violent kind never be?
ing suffered unless by Iiis order. As he
entered the refectory a dish was broken
on his head, and he and a keeper who
was with him had difficulty in escaping
with their lives. The mad people tore
down the iron bars which formed a par?
tition between their part of the hall and
asection where other patients were
dining. Then they got to the keepers'
rooms, and, seizing knives and razors,
went out to cut tho throats of those
who denied themtheir liberty. Troops
were summoned from the fort, and aw
rived as the mutineers had got posses?
sion of the kitchens and courtyard.
When twenty soldiers with frxed bayon?
ets entered the lartr-r 1 here wns a sud
den collapse. The six ringleaders
dropped their knives and razors, begged
pardon and submitted quietly to be
taken to their cells. Nearly all the
keepers were seriously injured. One^
Founder, was beaten with a chair and
his arm broken in two places. A mad?
man named doily rifled a desk of bank
notes, all of which he ate.?Paris Cor.
Vim ( im Learn to Swim in an Hour.
< >ne often hoars of the difference be
twecn the feminine and masculine
strok" in swimming, but there is really
no difference, unless it be that a man
can naturally pur more strength in Ids
stroke and has a longer reach than a
woman. In all other essential --oints
they are identical, but men cannot
compare in gracefulness with lady
Mr, Labouchere, editor of The Lon?
don Truth, after notingth.it probably
not one in twenty of the persons who
indulge in bathing on a holiday can
swim, proceeds to tell his readers how
to acquire the accomplishment. His
advice is offered to men, but it is as
applicable to the ladies, as advice?
generally a very cheap commodity?
usually is. "Nothing," he says, "is
more easy than swimming. When the
air is out of the body its owner sinks;
when the air is in the body its owner
floats. Let any one slowly draw in bis
breath as ho draws back his legs and
pushes forward his arms, retain it wl?le
he is preparing for the stroke wldch ic
to propel him, and slowly allow it to go
through his lips as his amis are passed
back from before his head to his sides
and his legs are stretched out.
"The action of the stroke should not
be quite horizontal, but should be made
on a slight incline downward. The real
reason why people take -weeks to leam
how to swim is because swimming pro?
fessors cither do not know or do not
choose to teach the philosophy of
breathing so as to render the body
buoyant. I would engage to make any
one" a tolerable swimmer in an hour,
unless he be a committal Idiot."
A Titled Gymnast*.
An English paper asserts that there
is a titled lady whose chief pleasure is
found in exhibiting her muscular
powers in her own drawing room to a
circle of admiring and astonished
friends. Attired in a long and olin^
ing gown, sho lies down at full lengtn
upon the floor, with arms held closely
to her sides. A friend is then request?
ed to fasten her skirts securely around
her feet and place her handkerchief
upon them. This done, the handker?
chief is conveyed by her feet to her
mouth. She then resumes her first
position, and, without moving her
arms, gradually raises htrself until
she stands upon her fee*, without a
hair out of place or the tujlest bead of
moisture on her brow.?Nf>V York
He Hm Had Bnongft.
First Stranger?I can't see any use of
so much talk about Irrigation.
Second Stranger?You sate not from
Colorado, I pT?fomB?
FirsfsWige*?ftol Im from Lotual
ODDS AND ENDS.
A dumb' woman at Martha's Vine?
yard owns and manages a small schoon?
er, Uving in it with a kitten and a huge
Newfoundland dog for company. She
supports herself by fishing and her lob?
ster pots, and by peddling thread and
buttons and such small wares al?ng tho
coast when the fishing season is over.
Among the various charity societies
of Mosoow there is one for the cndoAv
ment of poor brides. The funds of tho
society are constantly increased by the
gifts or bequests of benevolent persons,
but only'the interest of tlx? money is
used for the designated pur ose.
Tho cable to connect Halifax with
Bermuda has.reaehed tho latter place.
Its length is 874 miles, and throughout
it is of much greater weight than has
hitherto been used. A careful survey
of the bed of the ocean will be made,
so as to discover the most suitable posi?
tion for the cable. The temperature at
different depths will at the same rime
A process for mnrblcizing silk plush
without pressing or embossing it has
been discovered. By this process the
light and dark effects are reversed when
looked at from opposite points. The
finish is nicely preserved and does not
give the appearance of having been
wet, as shown in many goods of this
There are sixty-four churches of the
Church of England, besides those of
other denominations, within a quarter
of a mile of St. Paul's cathedral. Most
of them have more seats than there are
residents In the parish. Many of the
clergymen live far from London. (>ne,
whose income is ?1,050 a year, has not
visited his parish for fourteen years.
It is said that there are thirty-live
kinds of granite in Maine, each of
which possesses distinctive character?
istics readily recognized by workmen
acquainted with monumental and
builing stones. There are all shades
of what are termed white granite, the
most beautiful of which is the Ilal
lowell, together with the red granite of
Red Reach and the black granite of
"Tho Passion Play" at Ober-Am
mergau was "discovered" by English?
men in 183A, when two Oxford fellows,
who were staying at Bad Gadstein,
heard of it by chance and decided to
be present. They lost no time in de?
scribing it to then* friends in Oxford,
and Dean Stanley, then an Oxford
tutor, visited the play and wrote a de?
scription, which made it well known.
A theatrophone has been set up in
Paris, whereby persons at a distance
can hoar the performance at any par?
ticular theatre or concert. At present
the apparatus only communicates with
one house, the Nouveautes, but it will
soon be extended to all the theatres
and halls, and connected with the chief
hotels, clubs and Restaurants. By
dropping half a franc into a slot people
will be provided with live minutes' en?
tertainment, a longer hearing being
charged in proportion.
The larynx of the great tenor Gayarro.
who died not long ago in Madrid, was
removed after his death, and was found
to bo of such peculiar formation that
it will probably be preserved In sumo
Spanish museum. Gayarre received
?1,400 a night in opera, the largest sal?
ary ever paid a tenor, and his fortune
is estimated at ?800,000. He was the
son of a blacksmith and a common
workman when his voice first attracted
attention, and ho was only 40 years old
when he died.
The Vatican is garrisoned by a com?
pany of eighty gendarmes, including
officers, and by a company of seventy
five Swiss guards. The pope has also,
for state occasions, his papal guards,
composed of former officers in the pon?
tifical army, and theguar,da nobile, or
corps of gentlemen-at-arms. These last
two corps serve gratis, but the gen?
darmes and the Swiss guard have to bo
paid at the rate of about sixty centimes
a man per day. besides being lodged,
fed and clothed.
Held Prisoners by Electricity.
A marvelous case of electrical par?
alysis is reported from the Hosiner road,
near Lockport, and it takes the edge
off most of the fictitious stories of light?
ning's freaks ever told. The house of
Jasper Brown was the scene of the
phenomenon. Tho electricity was so
strong that the air was luminous and of
a distinct blue color. Though there
was no lamp burning in the house every
person and every article could be out?
lined in the cerulean atmosphere as if
through a haze; groat balls of stelmos
fire, such as is sometimes seen on the
rigging of shins, played and danced
about the furniture, now perching upon
tho back of chairs, now sliding easily
along the mantel top, now skating up
and down tho chandeliers.
Tho family were so frightened that
they could not speak. Tho electricity
in the atmosphere made their hair
stand on end like the quills of a fretful
porcupine, and the strangest thing of
all Avas that they cotdd not move. The
whole family had lost the poAver of lo?
comotion. Every member was tern-1
porarily paralyzed by the electricity.
FeAV mortals have ever experienced
such a night of terror. Their minds
were filled with fear aud apprehension
lest their power of locomotion Avas gone
forever and they Avould bo permanent
But at last, after a duration of about
four or five hours, the storm began to
subside, the use of their limbs gradually
returned to them, and when the storm
was over they Aver? able to moA-e about
as freely as eA-er.?Cor. St Louis Globe
Among the singular differences be?
tween the two sides.of the face a Ger?
man professor notes that the right ear
Is almost invariably higher than the
j Onr Wealthiest Representative.
BeJden is said to be the richest man
in the house of representatives. He is
so rich that no one knows how much he
is worth, and probably he doesn't him
self. He owns the Windsor hotel, New
York oity, and no end of other big
things in the metropolis and throughoul
the country. He is noted as a man whe
Is j let into many large enterprises ix
Kew York simply because he has plenty
?f ready money and plenty of courage
and decisiveness to go with it. He says
this reputation has brought him mor<
good things than bad ones, and that his
Investment risks, after being carefully
selected by his own good judgment and
acuteness, have greatly enhanced hi?
fortune.?Cor. Pittsbnrg Press.
A gentleman in Paris, Tex., owns a
hojrse which makes a habit of eating
ybuflg1 chickens. Every time a'TWEajf
chicken comes within reach of tHa
horse it is sure to be cwallowcd.
According' to Size.
"Now, I'll show you over the Rouse,"
said a friend to mo the other day. She
had moved into d south side residence
whoso numerous bay windows give one
the impression of a roomy interior,
when in fact the reverse is true. She
had made many improvements and
was anxious that I should sco what a
good housekeeper sho was.
On the third floor sho threw open a
door disclosing an apartment about the
size of a bathroom in the average flat,
and in which she stored her tnmks, va?
(<This:" said she, "was thu room oc?
cupied by I he former tenant's maid-of
"Was there a hole sawed in the par?
tition through which to extend her
feet?"' I inquired, as the story related
by Frank Stockton flashed through my
"Oh, no. Emergencies are met in
better fashion in Chicago. Instead of
making tho room fit tho girl, as Stock?
ton did. tho girl is selected to lit the
room. The lady who formerly resided
hero told me that she had a small
mark on the parlor door, and in choos?
ing her help if the applicant came up
to thoInark she got the position, but if
beyond it she had to go, no matter
how superior her qualifications were."
An English naval officer has invented
A pneumatic lino throwing gun, very
light and portable, which fires a liollow
shell bearing the cord to a wrecked ves?
sel or into a burning building on dry
.?\ utiiiiese i?ciicin?.
According to a California paper the
Chinese at San Jose, (V.l., leaso prop?
erty from white men for twelve
mouths in tho yearand charge their
tenants for thirteen months, there be
ing t'ii i many months in the Chinese
Flow to llrcatho.
Close the mouth, throw the shoul?
ders well back, with the weight of tho
bouv resting on the halls of the feet.
This is the only correct way to stand.
Such a posture throws the abdomen
backward instead of forward, exactly
where it belongs. By means of the
nostrils draw in the breath deeply and
slowly, and let it out in the same mau
nor. If those who are troubled with
superfluous abdominal tissue will do
this a dozen limes a day. and get into
the habit of breathing with the stom?
ach and the abdomen, and inflating
every part of the lungs, they will not
only lay til- foundation of good health
but. they will bo shapely in figure and
graceful in carriage.?New"iorkLet?
A Safe In vest meat
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
you satisfactory results, or in case of
failure a return of purchase price. On
this safe plan you can buy from our
advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump?
tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief
in every case, when used for any affec?
tion of the throat, lungs or chest,
such as consumption, inflammation
of lungs, bronchitis, asthma, whoop?
ing cough, croup, etc., ect. It is
pleasant and agreeable to taste, per?
fectly safe, and can always be de?
pended upon. Trial bottles free at
Bud well & Christian's drug store.
B|An acre of clover is estimated to
make about 600 pounds of pork.
IS LIFE 11 ORTH LIVING ?
Not if yon go through the world a
dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia
Tablet;-are a positive cure for tin
worst forms of dyspepsia, indigestion,
flatulency and constipation. Oruar
anred ami sold by Budwell, Christian
Do to your animals as yon would be
done by if you were an animal
IVK ( AX A.Ml 1)0
Guarantee Dr. Ackers Blood Elixir,
for it has been fully demonstrated to
the people of this country t bat it is su?
perior to aU other preparations for
blood Diseases. It is a positive curt
for syphilitic poisoning, ulcers, Erup?
tions and Pimples. ItL purifies the
whole system and thoroughly builds
up the constitution. Sold by Hud
well Christian A" Barbee.
Seldom are the new varieties of veg?
etables or fruits of any real value.
A CHILD KILLED.
Another child killed by the use
of opiates given in the form of Sooth?
ing syrup. Why mothers give their
children such deadly poison is sur?
prising when they cr.n relieve the
child of it? peculiar troubles by using
Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It con?
tains no opium or morphine. Sold by
Budwell, Christian & Barbee.
As a rule|in farming, the intelligent
foreigner beats us on our own soil.
In Consumption Ineiirnole.
Head the following: Mr. C. H. Mor?
ris, Newark, Ark., says: "What clown
with abscess of lungs, and friends
and physicians pronounced me
an incurable consumptive. Began
talking Dr. King's New Discovery for
consumption, am now on third bottle,
and able to oversee the work on my
farm. It is the finest medicine ever
Jessie Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio,
says: "Had it not been for Dr. King's
New Discovery for consumption I
would have died of lung troubles.
Was given up by doctors. Am now in
best of health." Try sample bottles
free at Budwell, Christian & Barbee's
drug store. may25-tf.
Cut clover and cornmeal are said to
make an unexcelled ration for fatten?
Burdock Blood Bitters taken after
eating will relieve any feeling of
weight or over fulness of the stomach.
If you have corn ensilage for your
stock, provide a nice lot of early cut
clover hay to feed with it.
CAN'T SLEEP SIGHTS
Is the complaint of thousands suffer?
ing from asthma, consumption,
coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr.
Acker'9 English Remedy? It is the
best preparation known*for all lung
troubles. Sold on a positive guar?
antee at 2?c. and 50c. Sold by Bud?
well, Christian & Budwell.
The head must direct the hand, cr
there can be no useful and efficient
work, on the farm or anywhere else.
Mrs. M. Schaeiiberger,Beaver Dam,
Wis., writes: "We have used Dr.
Thomas'Eclectric Oil in our family for
coughs, colds, croup and rheumatism.
It cures every time.
It is thought by some that stock?
raising will never be at its best in
this country until we feed more roots,
as the English do.
A BUTT T0T0USSELF
It is surprising that people will use
a common, ordinary pill when they
can secure a~valuable English one
for the same money. Dr. Acker's
English pills are a positive cure for
Biok-headache and all liver troubles.
They are ?hall, sweet, easily taken,
and do not gripe.
TRUSTEES AND COMMISSIONER'S bALE.
tub fidelity insurance, tkust and safe deposit company and
THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY RAILROAD COMPANY AND OTHERS.
The underseigned. the Fidelity Insurance, Trust and Safe deposit Com?
pany, trustee, under a mortgage given by the Shenandoah Valley Railroad
Company, bearing date April 1st, 1880, and A. Moore, jr, eeq., special com?
missioner, by virtue of a decree entered in the above-entitled cause by the
circuit court of the city of Roanoke, in the State of Virginia, upon the* 2Gth
of April, 1890, and by the circuit court of Jefferson county, in the State of
West Virginia on the 24th day of May, 1800, and by the circuit court of
Washington county, in the State of Maryland, on the 3rd day of June, 180*',
will olTer for sale at public auction on Tuesday, the 30th day of September,
1800, at twelve noon, upon the front steps of the court hon:;e in the city of
Roanoke, in the State of Virginia, all the righr., title, and interest of the
Shenandoah Valley Railroad Company in and to its entire line of Railroad
extending from Roanoke, in the State of Virginia, through the counties cf
Roanoke, Botetonrt, Rockbbridge, Augusta, Rockiogham. Page, Warrei.,
and Clark in said State and through the county of Jefferson in the State cf
Wost Virginia and through the county of Washington in the State of Mary?
land to Hagerstown in the State of Maryland, a distance of two hundred
and thirty-nine miles more or less, together with all branches, sidings, and
other appurtenances of the said lino of railroad,with the toll ?, incomes, rents,
issues, and profits thereof, and all its real estate.rights of way, easements,fix
tures, rolling stock, machinery, tools and equipments, and ail other personal
property thereto belonging, and all property, real, personal and mixed, aud
all corporate powers and franchises belonging or appertaining to the Shen?
andoah Valley Railroad Company.
The receiver will remain in possession of the mortgaged premises, and con?
tinue to operate the line of railroad after the sale and until the conveyance
thereof. He will keep a correct, account, of the earnings "and income of the
premises accruing after the date of the sale, and if the sale shall be confirmed
the purchaser, ou delivery of possession by the receiver, will be entitled to
receive the net income and earning accruing* subsequent to the date of sale,
and the proceeds of such income and earnings.
For a more mil and detailed description of the mortgaged premises, bidders
are referred to an inventory, which may he examined at the ollice of the rt
ceiver, room No. 131 Bullitt Building,Philadelphia. The premises to be sold
include all additions made or to be made by the receiver, and all railroad
supplies whicU the receiver may have on hand at the time of sale, or may
acquire thereafter before delivery of possession.
By said decree the liens upon the premises and the order of their priority
1. Costs of suits in Virginia, West Virginia ami Maryland,
2. Sundry judgments which are specific liens upon detached
tracts of land in the State of Virginia having priority to all
mortgage liens. $20,507 M
3. Outstanding receiver's certificates and other charges un?
der the receivership. 770,000 00
4. Amount secured by first mortgage of April lst,1880, having
priority over claim of Central improvement Company. 5,065,593 00
.">. Amount due the Central Improvement Company. 7111,337 01'
6. Balance secured by first mortgage of April 1, IBM, post?
poned to claim Of Central Improvement Company. 584,205 25
7. Past-due and unpaid coupons secured by mortgage of
April 5th, 1881. 1,535,403 80
8. Amouut of bonds issued aud outstanding under mortgage
of April 5th. 1881, known as general mortgage. 4,113,000 00
!). Amount of bonds issued and outstanding under mortgage
of February 12th, 1883, known as the income mortgage. 2,209,000 00
10. Judgment in favor of S. P. H. Miller. 54 83
11. Judgment in favor ot J. E. Moose. 10,415 2<>
12. Judgment in favor of P. T. Anderson, September, 1885. 29 75
13. Judgment in favorof P.T. Anderson, March, 188G. 1,347 l)fi
11. Amount due Fidelity insurance, Trust and Safe Deposit
I ('ompany under the several Car Trusts (January, 1st, 1800) 035.522 54
I 15. Amount due Maddock At Evans. 410 02
1'!. Amount duo Johnson A Weaver. 138 00
17. Amouut due C. (i. Crawford. 75G 51
The amounts mentioned in the foregoing schedule carry interest from July
This sale will be made subject to all executory contracts made by the re?
ceiver under the authority of the court, of which contracts the receiver, by
said decrees, is directed to give to the trustee am! special commissioner a full
and accurate statement, to he publicly adnounced by the trustee and special
commissioner at the time of sale, and subject also to any liability that may
l)e established against the receiver growing out. of any lawful acts done by
him in his capacity of receiver or out of any suits which may be pending
against the receiver at the time of sale, or that may be instituted against
him ;tt any time thereafter; all such liabilities, if any, will remain a lien upon
the premises until discharged.
TERMS OF SALE, ]
By the decrees hereinbefore recited, it is provided that?The said trustee
and special commissioner shall sell the premises herein directed to be sold to
the highest and best bidder, and shall require such bidder, before making
an adjudication to him, to pay in cash the sum of $75,000, and if the sale h
confirmed by the court, the balance of the purchase-money must be paid
one-third within three months, one-third within six months, aud the balance
within nine months from the date of sale, each of said deferred payments to
carry interest from the date of sale at the rate of six per cent, per annum:
but t he purchaser shall have the right to anticipate the day of pay ment.After
the payment by the purceascr of such sum in cash as may be sufficient to
pay the costs, charges, and expenses of the complainant's trust and of this
cause, and the indebtedness of the receiver, and the liens and indebtedness
as prior to the first mortgage, and for the payment of the pro rata dividend
out of the net proceedes of sale for distribution that may be due to those
beneficiaries under the said trust deeds, whose bonds and con pons may not
be used in payment of purchase-money as is herein provided for, the said
trustee ami special commissioner may receive from the purchaser or pur?
chasers, in part payment of the purchase-money, any of the bonds or unpaid
interest coupons, with interest thereon, in the order of their priority which
are secured by tho said deeds of trust to the complainant, to or toward the
payment of which the said net proceeds of such sale shall be legally applica?
ble, the amount of such bonds or coupons so to be received in part payment
of such purchase-money to be determined and fixed at a sum which shall,
upon a proper distribution and accounting for such proceeds, be at least
equal to the share or proportion payable out of such net proceeds to such
purchaser or purchasers as the holder or holders of such bonds or coupons,
and the bonds and coupons so applied in satisfaction of the purchase-money
shall be treated as a payment thereof to the extent of such application.
In case the Central improvement Company, or its representatives, shall
become the purchaser of the property herein ordered to be sold, it shall be
lawful for 6uch a purchaser to make payment of so much of the purchase
money as is applicable to the equitable lien of the Central Improvement
Company, by receipting for such amount upon account of such lien.
If any question shall arise as to the proportion of the purchase-money that
must be paid in cash and the proportion thereof that may be paid in such
bonds and coupons, or by giving credit upon said equitable lien, application
may be made to the court to have the same determined.
In case of the failure of any bidder to comply with the terms of sale that
are to be complied with on the day of sale, and before a final adjudication to
such bidder, the trustee and special commissioner may reject the bid, and
proceed at once, then and there, to make a resale, or may then and there
publicly announce that on some other day, to be then designated, and be?
tween certain hours of the day, to be Designated, they will, at the same
place, make a sale of the premises under the decree without further adver
ment, and theyinay make the same accordingly. And the trustee and special
commissioner "shall have power to adjourn the sale from time to time, in
their discretion, until a sale shall have heed made in accordance with the
provisions of this decree.
THE FIDELITY INSURANCE, TRUST AND SAFE DEPOSIT
A. MOORE, Jr.,
JOHN C. BULL1TT. Special Commiss'oner.
WM. J. ROBERTSON,
Solicitors for Trustees. juu 27 tf
S. S. SHAFER
SO. 5 Salem Avenue. - FULL STOCK
jan 9 REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTED
1FYD?IITO IKE ? INVESTll
ROANOKE REAL ESTATE.
FOR EXAMPLE :
Three lots bought for 17,000 five months ago, sold for
$35,000 last weeK
Similar instances Numerous*
FRANCIS B. KEMP * CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
Agents for all kinds of property, improved and unimproved, city and'surburhan
GEO. ALLEN. C. C. TOMPKINS. C. L. H 4TCHER.
ALLEN, TOMPKINS & HATCHER.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
OFFICE?Main Street, Opposite Hotel Lucerne. SALEM, VIRGINIA.
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF PROPERTY OF
WEST SALEM LAND COMP A MY,
The Belm Improvement Co.? and all Other Salem Latid Companies. Prop
erty in all parte of the 6itV? Also, Farm, Mineral and C??l LECndc
SarCoffespondefice Solicited. my?-tf
I R. GREENE SCO..
DUE F E Y & 6 E12 E II E;
? SAVE OPENED UP THEIR L.IMENSE?
And win be pleased to have the public
come and examine it.
If m .PRICES AT THE BOTTOM OE PHE S>. A.-^fc
EST A? I i SHED IN ROAN* .-Kr.. *
PICKER JEffELBY 4 fflf 831
-CARRIES THE LARGEST, FIN1 ST ANL
MOST ARTISTIC STOCK IN THE CITY,
Our repairing department is up_tothe highest mark and al
kinds of fine Work in
Watches and Jewelry, Also Artistic
-ENGRAVING DONE ON THE PP r MISE?
ARTISTS' MATERIAL MM.
tf 20 IALEM AVENUE. ROANOKE V2IiGT fLA.
M. A. RIFE, Pre*.. B. L. GREiPr.E. Sec. * Tr*a
Sift's liftranlic Emiae Maanfactnriai Mm
E'S lYDKAULIC ENGINE, GR KAM
For supplying v&^&B&aR STOCK YARDfc
CORRESPONOE1.CE SOLICITED; GCOH AGENTS WANTED
Office No. I; Second avenue, S. W. Opposite tfasonic remple.
D. F? Surrell, Propnator.
Nos. 5 tu Norfolk Avenue, Opposite 'UnijfL
P iSSENGER 'DEPOT.
New Bui ding, !Mew and Elegunt Fur
FIRST-CL i.SS SAMPLE BOOMS FOB COM
JVCERCIAL TRAVEL CR9.
3Eloi >nok 3; Va.
Pulasli City, Va.
BluefieM, W. Va.
The above houses ofler superior atr -mrr.o?'H Uions tu ?m
Travellirg _L*ub'C. Sample Rooms for Cc-i.nm r.- a* Men.
tf 1. Ist.?c. j'cr.
JOSEPH LAWSON SCO.
Impo i vrs and Wholesale
No- 3 Jefferson Street, Gale Block*
Have in store and tor sale 50 barrels Chester whiskey, our own distillation, 50
barrels celebrated Glenwood whiskey of which we i.-o sole p -oprietors, olsc
Lawson's choice old velvet and Wilson, and othe>-brards )f whiskey to^
numerous to mention. Imported and domestic brandies'; yii. , wine6, &c, all
of the celebrated brands in wood and glass 50. cas'-* Muiul,'s chumpagnee
just receiyed. Can furnish anything in our line at lowest h^res.
Special Attention Paid to Orders from Dry Districts. Come
and See Us.
IMPORTER AND REPAIRER OF
OUR Bl PAIRING DEP ARTMENT
8 in charge of the 'erf finest workmen that can be :ad, if we guarantee
ot do work which < innot be duplicated in the city. Send yiur watche? to
_AND GET TRST CLASS WORK
L. B. HUFF - - Manager
H. CHIPMAN. T- <*? MASSIE.
Chipman, Massie & Co.
109 SrJem Avenue, Rosnoke, Va,
City'and Country property, Mineral and Coal Lands sold. Houses and Storts
rented and Collections made.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. maf27t