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THE ROANOKE TIMES.
c??tLY. AN~I> WEEKLY) An Independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political nt.eresta of Roanoke and Southwest Viiginia. ?O TOr ADVERTISE ? '?To discontinue an advertisement," says John Wnuamaker, v,is like taking down your sign. If you want to do busiuess you must let the public know it. I would as soon Hunk of doing business without clerks as without advertising-." - THE ROANOKE AND SOUTHERN. Now that the Guarantee Company has succeeded in raising the $50,000 deemed necessary to secure the right of way and terminal facilities for the Roanoke and Southern here, it is to be hoped that there will be no further delay in beginning work at this end of the line. The last appropriation of $100,000 was voted in the spring, and though there have undoubtedly been some just causes for postponement of work now, that to all appearances these have been ^removed, delay ought to cease. The Roanoke and Southern is going to be a great benefit to Roauoke? greater even than at first glance was imagined. It is goiug to throw a big volume of trade iuto our hands, it'it is properly managed, which trade has heretofore been going to Richmond and other points over the Richmond and Danville railroad. The Roanoke and S ?utheru will also undoubtedly be extended to Charlotte, if uo further, where there will be a number of railroad connections, aud Roauoke will have a southern territory lor busiuess as well as eastern, north? ern and western as now. What we want, however, is work on the road. The sooner it begins the better. That will hush all talk about the road going elsewhere and settle be? yond doubt the question of the road's When the question oi tB? terminus aud right of way is settled, gentlemeu of the Construction Company, let us have no further delay. THE VIRGINIAN'S ENTERPRISE. The Norfolk Virginian has donned a new dress and come out in an entirety new form. It has discarded its cum? bersome Diue-coluinn four-page shape, and now appears as a seven column eight page paper, printed by a Stone metz perfecting press. Its news columns also show a marked improve? ment in the quantity, style aud make? up of its reading matter. The propri? etor, Mr. Glenoan, is to be congratu? lated on the evidences of the prosperity of the paper. Norfolk in the past has beeu considerably behiud other South? ern seaport towus. like Charleston aud vannah, in newspaper enterprise, but Virginian iu its new toriu gives iu Jinn that this will no longer be FearVe- ^'ae Srowth of Norfolk in c^in. tin eight or ten years has been uu ed in its hnitory. Its pro gressln the next ten years, however, is likely to be at a greater ratio than 'luring the past teu. la 1000 Roanoke ought to have G0,u00 people and Nor? folk at least 100,000. The change iu the Virginian, as that paper says, marks the openiug of a new era in tht journalism of the State. The next ten years undoubtedly will show a great improvement in the Virginia press. TI1E rOItCE KILL. Mr. Quay created a surprise in lli3 Senate by making a motion to postpone action on the Force bill until next session. This may be taken as an evidence that the Pcnnsylvamans who have large interests in the South have been bringing influence to beur upon their Seuator. They have large interests down here and cannot afford to have them destroyed by such legislation. The Quay resolution proposes to amend the rules oi'the Senate by pro? viding: First. That during the present ses? sion the Senate will not take up for consideration any legislative business other than the tariff bill, general ap? propriation bills, bills relating to pub? lic buildings, and public lands, pen? sions and Senate or concurrent reso? lutions. Second. That the consideration of all other bills shall be postponed until the next session, and -.Third. That the vote on the tariff bill and the amendments thereto shall be taken on the ;>0tli of August at 2 o'clock p. iu., without further debate, until the considearation of the bill and amendments be com? pleted. There is hardly a doubt but that the Republicans will side with Senator Quay, and the bill will not be discussed in the Senate this session. If action is not taken this session it will hardly be taken at all. So much opposition has developed against the bill that it is practically killed, and when a man like Quay asks to have action on it postponed, its death warrant Jo all intents and purposes is s'gned. Ladle* Have Tried It. A number of my lady customers j have tried "Mother's Friend," and TCiEud not be without for many times ts cost. They recommend it loallj noa-eto become mothers. R. A. iyne Druggist, Greenville, Ala. vVrite Pradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ca., for particulars- By Budwell, Th'r'istian and Barbee. i l'll get square with you." - Mood. I'm sick of seeing you j id." j WE CAX AXD DO tee Dr. Acker's Blood Eliiir, yr^agsis been fully demonstrated to e of this country that it is su aU other preparations for ases. It is a positive cure ?s poisoning, Ulcers, Erup -iinplcs. It purifies the Stand thoroughly builds - en**. i.?.^,io.tion. Sold by Bud ?20 ITH. H*rboe. lady ? Don't you , Thoroughinst?irl over there has ;or in EagJub; sic. Drairing.-Pain?liere ought to rjVI?WltfdSj^t^SEfepat her face Ps of hers. FROH PL'LASKJ "Old John" Chronicles th<* Newa of thn? Enterprising Town. POLtSKI, VA^An^iiU^U.-?p? day the Congressional-convent ionvif the ninth <listrjiel?nieets hexe anil 1 hope I may have the pleasure ol wiring to the Timks that John A. Buchanan is nominated by acclima? tion. I have heard of no opposition in any section of th?district. He has made a good representative, and I believe that his majority this time will be unprecedented. Old Virginia will be governed by white gentlemen and not by scallywags and uneducat? ed colored men. Last Sunday was a big day here among our Methodist frieuds."aud 1 might say the whole town. The new Methodist church was dedicated by Dr.Sullins,of Tennessee, li isa beauti? ful edifice, costing about ?T.OOl?. There was a large congregation presenl Dr. Sullins preached a powerful sei mon, and raised st'.TOO to liqui i. the indebtnessof the church. V\ e have alrei dy had three cltnrches dedicati d in last six mont. s,aodoue more nea rly ready for dedication. The uew hotel on the Pulaski Land and Improve ment Oo's property will he om menced next week. 1 am truly glad of this as we are sadly in UC( ti of hotel accommodations 1 congratulate Roanoke on securing the Roanoke and Southern railn t I, bin it is nothing more than ? ex| fteted She never lets a good thing pass with out taking hold of it. A Mr. Ludlow has been stopping at the Maple Shade Inn tor several weeks with a sick daughter with the hopes that this pure mountain air might prove beneficial, but she grew worse ami last night she breathed her last. Mr. Ludlow resides in New York State and is a man of considerable means, but he has been very unfortunate with his children. He had only two. Last year he lost a son with consump? tion in South Carolina, ami now this sprightly daughter of 2'! summers has been taken by the same disease, lie has the sympathy of all our people. < n.t> Jons. Mio Paralyzed Them. The White Sulphur girl has a. r ; I tation the southland over for auda? cious wit. An old beau who knew the place where the famous Mattie I hild. Of Richmond, sustained her belleship here through several reasons, said tin White Sulphur girl was as bright and Startling of speech as ever she was Then he told a story of a fair maiden who is enjoying hertirst seasou oui ol school. He identified her as the daughter of an ex ~i longressmau. The father had given a dinner in honorol the daughter. He was very proud id her. He looked upon her somewhat anxiously to see how she would SUs tain herself among his old friends. "The dinner was nearly over," .-aid the old beau. "We were ee'tim: ready to make some encouraging and congratulatory remarks about the debutante as we were called on. In the lull, as the champagne glasses were being filled, the young lady arose and raising her glass said she would like to propose a toast. 'W course we all applauded. Thej t-hU girl, fresh from school, heart and fancy free, said: "1 propose thai \vi driuktomv father*.-, future s law." "What did the old man do V" some one a^ked. ' Do ." repeated the old beau, "lb tried to catch his breath. We were all paralyzed.'?St.Louis Globe Dem ocrat. Never neglect a constipate.I condi? tion of the bowels, or serious results surely follow, such as (dies, impure blood ami many chronic complaiuts, Burdock Blood Bitters is the remedy. cax'i sleep sights , Is the complaint of thousands suffer? ing from asthma, consumption. ! coughs, etc. Did you ever try Dr, Acker's English lb met Ivt It is th< best preparation known for all lurif , troubles. Sold on a positive guar? antee at 25c. and 50c. S-.l.l by bud , well, Christian A Budwell. _. ... _ Straneer?What is all theMiell-ring : ing about in this town'. Native?It's only a funeral, hat tie. people of this little town always work . a funeral for all it is worth. is li FL' 1Y0HT1I living ? Not if you go through the world a dyspeptic. Dr. Acker's Dyspepsia Tablets are a positive cure for the i worst forms of dyspepsia, indigestion, ? flatulency and constipation. Guar anted ami sold by Budwell, Chris i in A Bar bee A DVXI TO iOt'RSELF. It is surprising that people will use I a common, ordinary pill when they j can secure a valuable English one for the same money. Dr. Acker's English pills are a positive cure for sick-headache ami nil liver troubles. They are small, sweet, easily taken, and do not gripe. Wasted.?Every lady in Roanoke j to call at the Singer office to see the three pieces of artwork to be given away Friday evening,August S. a child kill;:::. Another child killed by the use of opiates given in the form of swol h ine syrup. Why mothers give their children such deadly poison is sur lprising when they can relieve the child of ir? peculiar troubles by using Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It eon tains no opium or morphine. Sold by Budwell, Christian & Barb*e. Quinsy troubled' me for twenty y- ars. Since 1 started us'ng Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil, have not had an attack. The Oil cures son- throat at once. Mrs. Letta Conrad, Standish, Mich., Oct. 24. 'S!!. a. l. gori.kt, President. S. P. gorlky, Vice President. j. s. Simmons', Sec'y and Treas. WEST EN*) Brick and Tile Works, Manufacturers of first-class Brick of all kinds, including No. 1 Press Brick. Draining Tile, Arc. Works on West Campbell street, Roanoke, Va. Box 913._nprl-fim ROANOKK. HI E. ii. STEWART, President. H. G. COLE, See. and Treas. J. F. BARBO?R, Gen 1 Manager, j CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS.. Office with Gray & Boswkll, Jef? ferson Street. Large Brick Building* a y. Homes built on easy payments. Pi t ronage solicited. Estimates cheer? fully furnished on application. J. F. GENERAL M>NAGER. je 14-tf. ILLER* Bleep li; ponce. IKloi'sitio work Bflfectu&Uy.' , ? ii A; Bar jylO Tf ?>::?: : :.K<*1>?^?! illy relieves ?ml speedily cures catarrh: w by <i<> you MilIcrT Oswl 18 ' Infallible cum. Sold !.v liutlwt 11 Clm.-ti.m Bar bee, and all druggists- jylO tf. WANTED, G n K NT bF-MAN and wife desire Room .1 an 1 Pbard in a private family Address. .1. W. 0., TiMKS ofliee. rANT?D.?Hooni and Board in privat ' .' uui y for my wife and l,r> Sa i:i .!t Uf AN ! V. ii ii? '? with ?200 to |l 0 jra- -:'t the ovster bus' ness a' Roan ? Ad.in ss, li.. Tlmtjs ofdee. augiy 8t t\f \.- s nf land U ue. r b ? :. < iry, adapted to the ? ?? Ah . ? - i li In:fls;berries etc. CaM .-. i ? h"l the office of si HAY & BOSWt.U. au!2-3i THE STRONGEST FlNANCLYL tuslitiition in So tliwest V irginia The UoJuoke Trash Loan ami Safe Depot>t' company-, tlstj ? and sur? plus, >>.?.'!rays interest on tl. poMts. dec t f ?j rjSIC.j- -Mrs. L>. Williams will .tl resume her el tsscs i;i vocal and in struiuental music September 10th. Address Hotel Felix, lb anoke. angO-th&S tf. POR SALS.?A pair of well-broken l Shetland ponies witli curia.:?' and harness complete. Ponies arc young and carriage nearly new. Apply at TliTKS office augS) lw FITANTED ?Four llrsi-class c?rpen Vf ters at good wages. Money paid every Saturday night: Call a1 3U-J Second avenue u. w. aug"-3t J. P. LED BETTER. n AYE SOUP. DINING ROOM CEIL li iug nicely decorab tin eitb roil or water colors. ?'urr can do if inarn tf DOOM AND BOARD IN A i\ lightful localitv, ?:? ii Fourth ...... W .... ?' DE i ave? nue. S. \V. inj80 tf V [CE FCRNISHED ROOMS FOR . < rent. Sixth Avenue, ? door-, cast ol Park streel. jv :!tf. PI KE. J IFE. A' CIDE NT, PLATE I (ilass. Steam Both r in: pi ct;oi Tornado and Kehi lnsnr;mec;.a' office of Fidelity Loan and Trust Company, Salem avenue, near Jefferson street, Roauoke, Ya. THOMAS LEWIS & < O., n mrl-l tn Agents. HOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO 1) dated at Borer Park Hotel; Nicely furnished rooms. Large groiuids; Table set with the best the marke' affords. MKS CRAWFORD, mar.'? tf Propr?etpress. t FIRST-CLASS DINNER SERV ED A daily from 12:00 to 2.-50, for ~>< cents. (3 tickets ?i.CO) at the Ex change Building Cafe and Dining Rooms. j:l"'tf_ POR lilSNT?F URN IS HE D EIGHT room house for rent for two month?. Apply at Tiim s office, j. :7 : w !;. POR A FIRST-CLASS MEM i served in tl:.- best of style, u'o t< the Exchange Building <'.tie and Dining Rooms. Popular prices pre vail. NO OYER^Ii ARGES. jvl?tf NATIONAL Wanted, 200 young men to invest :-. small ejapital in money, and from fou; to five months-" time and :i I >."r i.-e ol brains.)and thus secure the b.--r pos sible investment, one that will con? tinue during life to yield handsome and ever incrcasiug dividends. The investment is better than real estate, even iu the Magic City, where large returns are consta itly being realized ; bette"than ?fovernment Bond-, which arc so much sought for : better than horses and lauds: yea, even better than gold and :-i v r, whi :h so often take to themselves wings and lly away. This investment, which i.- within the reach ol all who feel ihe need of it, will! not only do mi.re to give you a fair start in life than any other, but the outcome of it will continue to yield you ahnnd urlywheu-thc actire sphere ot busy toil snail have ceased, and declining ye irs overtaking you. Y/Oungnien, would you know what the investment is? ir i- simply to secure one of the interest-bearng scholarships now issued by the above institution, permanently located in Roauoke; and soon to occupy tile whole of the third story in that handsome ?nd commodious building on the come.- of Henry and Campbell streets, which rooms are now heilig expressly fitted and elegantly fur? nished for the use of ibis popular school, and secure the advantages of a eompb :>? Business Education.which can never be taken from you. Make up yoar minds and.apply at once at the College, opposite, the Pouoilice, so that you may be regist ?: d aud r rady to start with the opening of the regular session, Sept. i>t. ! augl?-2 i v. k tf MONEY TO LOAN THE 1EOPLES- I'Eb! LI CAE LOM-J-B?ILDIIG ASSOCIATION i will lend money on long time and easy ! payments. Shares may be taken at ! any time. Applv to WM. F. WINCH. Secretary and treasurer, j Room 1, Masonic Temple. apl tf. ALLEG i I ANY IN ST ITETE, lb 'AN? OKE, VIRGINIA. ! C. F. JAMES, B. A., D. 1)., Principal. ! A first-class high school for boys ; and young men. ? Handsome building, entirely new : and weil equipped, on the heights [overlooking Roanoke. Pure water, ! pure air and healthful location. Build ling heated by steam and supplied I with bath rooms. Full corps ot ex ! perienced teachers. Students pre | pared for advanced classes of College or University, or for business lite. Send for catalogue, to Principal Alleghany Institute, jy I lm Roanoke, Ya. Wir, F. BAKEit. Wm. H. Mauivlkv. BAKER IMARKLEY. M Estate Agents, Have removed to 100 Salem Avenu?, S. W., ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. City Property, Farms and Mineral Lands sold. Correspondence apS-tf Solicited. TRUSTEE'S SALE ? OF CITY PROPERTY By virtue of two deeds of trust exe cuted by 0. S- Boston, the iirst to James B. Gregory, 1 being substituted as trustee, dated September SGth, 18?3, to secure to Julius ('liver the pay? ment ol one hundred dollars with in? terest 11 < ? 111 date, and the record dated 1>, cember Tth, 1888,to me as trustee to secure to Julius (Miser the payment ci one hundred dollars, with interest from date, default having been made in the paj luent ot the amount therein recorded"! will sell at public auction ou , SATUKDAT. SEI'IK'.'HBEK II, 1890, at5o'clock p.m., 'he following de cribed property: A parcel ot land with u house there on, in that portion of the city of Roanoke, laid oil' by Henry S. Trout, lying on the southwest corner of Peach Tree and Hill streets, fronting ou Li ill street 40 feet, and east to the line of lot of Josaph Martin, thence with-ai l Martin's lin ?, south about 110 feet to an alley, thence with said all. y, wesi 40 feet to Peach Tree street, thence with Peach Tree street, north a) out PtOfeet to the beginn? ing i I i Gash as to so much of the purchase money as shall be necessary to pay all costs and charges incident to the exe? cution of this trust, and the amount of money with interest that remain? unpaid; The balance upon such terms as the said Borton may direct or as shall be announced upon tin day of wile. .). ALLES WATTS. a'ugl'Jtosept! I Trustee j pONTRACT WORK. ' \f lbicuan.'.n, Va.. ftng 9, 1S90. Bids will be received until Aug. 20, ISD0, for furnishing the material am! erecting in place the approaches foi ! the new James river bridge at Bucll : anan, Va. The approaches consist of twi I wooden railroad trestles, one about : 409 and the or her about 1,000 feel long, also four highway inclines abou] 250 fe. t each, in all about 400,?00 ft B. M Plans and specifications cai I be .-ecu at t he office ot tin- chief eugi neer of t he ' 'eni ral Land (loiupany o Buchanan. WIT. JOLL1 PFE, aulOtoi?* <'hief Engineer. TRUSTEE'S SALI' By vii tue of a deed of tril-t exeeutet .to me as trustee from Mrs. M. I, i Ma it in and J. T. Martin, her bus hand dated January 20tb, isss, and o record in the clerk's office of tin Hustings eourt for the eity of Uoan foke, Vu . in deed book II. page293 to secure !?? Jacob W. M Keeling tin payment of the .-um of ?430. payabh In':;. 9, 12; 15, is. v.M. -JI and 2' months from the 20th day of January : !-^. with ini rest ou each payinen j until paid, and each payment beinj j in the -uni of each. And, whereas, default having beet I made in the two last mentioned pay ''? ments. ,-.t the request of the beueflci ary. the undersigned, as trustee, wil SfH to the highest bidder at publii aucth a in front of the premises, oi Tuesdays the.9th day of September 1890, at 5 p. in., that certain lot o parcel <.l land, togetlier with the im provemt ;:t- thereon, lying/and beinj ? in tin- city of Roanoke, Va.. boundei and describi d as follows, to wit: Begmuingat thesontbwest cornet of Rutherford and Brooke streets thence wirb the latter 8.2a W. 135 fee .ton point: ; hence N. SS? W. LlC-i feet t< Commonwealth avenue; thence witl tin- latter K.41 !'.. IT:: feet to Ruther ford Rtreet: thence with the latter S SS E. s feet t<> the placeof beginning Terms, cash as to the sum ot s122 s and cost of this sale ami the residui on such terms .-?> will be made knowi ' on the dav of sale. .:. XV. ?SWELL an - to -. ;,!:/ Trustee. fiflTjrpTrAT W". !.. Ilouarln* *lt?rv an vi/.U lluil trorrnnted, and every pirfi 'hi-hisuaiuu and price stumped on liuiiom r&m- \ 2.00 W. L DOUGLAS S3 8IH1?E gentlemen. Fine Calf and I.ncod Wnf crproof Urnin The excellence and wearing qualities of thin shoi I cannot be better sbown than by the strong endorse. I nicni.-n.r Its thousands of constant wearers. ' Se-00 Genuine Ilmnl-tcwed, an elegant nn( >L5 stylish dross sir ,, which commends Itself S/I.00 lland-HCwed Welt. A fine calf slid c? ncoipialli'ii f.ir Ktvie and durability. S"3.50 Goodyear Web Is the Mandard dresi t> sli' "\ at a popular price. SQ.50 Policeman's Shoo i? especially adaptec ? for railroad men, farmers, etc. All made In Congress, Button und Lace. $3 & $2 SHOES lafd?iIs bavobecn most favorably received since lntroducei and tbo recent Improvements muku them ?uperloi to ?ny shoes sold at these prices. Ask your Dealer, and if bo cannot snpnlv you sent direct to factory enclosing advertised price, or i postal for order blanks. W. i,. DOUGLAS, Ilrockton, Moss, J. ill. jun 11 cod-Cm tu th Fat FUQUA & BOAZ. PRACTICAL Tinners, Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters Be lting by Steam. Plot Water ot Hot Air Furnaces BOOKING, CI UTTERING, SPOUTrXG. 401 JEFrEKSUN ST., ROANOKE, - - - VIRGINIA. Estimates cheerfully giveu on this line of work. je6 f?m GILBERT C. IJLKER NO. 24 SALEM AVENUE, DEALER IN Fine Clears, Smoking and Chewing Tobacco, FRUITS and PEANUTS. PATRONAGE SOLICITED, aufltftf fin e res id e n () e a n d bus! n e s s p r 0 p e r ty, IN ANY PART OF ROANOKE. CALL C OR ADDRESS. L. L. POWELL & COMPAN Roanoke. Va. Office, Stewart'Buildino;, Third Avenue, Opposite City Postoffice. Y TRUSTEE SAND COMMISSIONER'S SAL!-:. c PROFESSIONAL. fVRLES A. McHUGH, THE fidelity insurance, tkost and sake deposit company am? others THE SHENANDOAH VALLE\ RAILROAD COMPANY AND OTHER'S. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 1 pi Jefferson Street. gbti ra?. n RIFF IN & I i. Al-liKN WAT18. WATTS; The underseigned, the Fidelity Insurance, Trust und Safe deposit Com? pany, trustee, under a mortgage given by the Shenundoah Valley Railroad Company, beariugdnte April 1st, 1880, and A. Moore, jr, ctq., special com missiooer, by virtue of a decree entered in the above-entitled cause by tbe circuit court of the city of Roanoke, in the State of Virginia, upon t be 20th of April, 1890, and by the circuit court of Jefferson county, in tbe State of West Virginia on tbe 24th day of May, 1890, md by the circuit court <>t . Washington county, in the State of Maryland, on tiie 3rd <lay of June, I will offer for sale at public auction on Tuesday, the 30th day of September, 185)0, at twelve noon, upon the front steps ol the court bouse in the citj ol Roanoke, in the State of Virginia, all the right, title, and interest of the Shenundoah Valley Railroad Company in ami to its entire line of Uailroad extending from Kounnkc,. in the State of-Virginia, through the countL - of Koanoke. Botetourt, Rockbbridge, Augusta, Roekinghain, Page, VVarren, ' ami < 'lark in said State and through t he county of Jefferson in the State of West Virginia and through the county ol Washington in tbe State of Mary bind to Bagerstown in the State of Maryland, a distance ol two humlt'i i and thirty-nine miles more or less, together with all branches, sidings, ami ot her appurtenances of t be said line of railroad, with tbe tod-, incomes, n n:>,| issues, ami profits thereof, and all its real estate,rights iif wtiy, easements,ti ; t ure-. rolling stork, machinery, tools and equipments, and all ot her persomi I property thereto belonging, and al! property, real, personal and mixed, ami | all corporate powers and franchises belonging or appertaining to t !:>? Shell andoah Valley Railroad Company. The receiver will remain in possession of the mortgaged premises, and con I inue to operate tin* Hue of railroad after t he 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 it the sale shall he continued the purchaser, on delivery ol possession by the receiver, will b< receive the net income and earning ;.ruing- subsequent it; t In and t he proceeds of such income and earning-. For a more lull and detailed descript ion ot the mortgaged prcn are referred to an inventory, which may be examined al the olli eiver, room No. 131 Bullitt Building.Philadelpbia. Tie pretuis g" AT TO I !N EY S-AT-LAW, Roanoke, ? - - - Virginia. OIHco : Ro:nn No. 5, Kirk's buildmg, corner Saicm avi nue and Jet'erion fct. tf A. P. STAPLE; Comiuen eery. j'HOMJ i at Law, Roanoke, ilem avenu iver Wert/'. Ya. ? and gro Office Johnson ap2 tf my 11 tf. W. MILLER, y-at-Law. -No. to Kirk building, over Johnson's Drug Store. c. b. MOUMAff, ! JX'K W. WOODS, Botetourt count'.'. ! l:.?:tm>ke county. ; MOOilA -V .v V.'OOOS, '1 ... DTUltNEYS-AT-LAtt I .'ii . tier in the court- of Boanok? I citj turn :oi :;'.? :. : counties adjoining; Will tteiuf the courts ..' 'toaiioke aud Botetourl iguJarly. Ollict--Salem Avenue, opposite cwari's f uraituVi Store..Romcke. \ * tf ?mithd to A Rl HER i.. I'.W N liidd? the md of ad iiroad may order of i heir p >u. rro.coo oo ,(?i.j,.' '.)"> du iuclude all additions made or to lie made bv tin- receiver, supplies which the receiver may have on hand at i lie t inn acquire thereafter before delivery of possession. By said decree the liens upon the premises and t! arc? 1. Costs of suits in Virginia, West Virginia and Maryland, 2. Sundry judgments which arc specific liens upon detached t racts of land in the State of Virginia having priority to all mortgage liens. 3. Outstanding receiver's certificates and other charges un? der the receivership.-. 4. Amount secured by first mortgage of April lst,l?Jsjo, haviug priority over claim ol Central Improvement Company. ">. Ann.nut ilue the Central Improvement Company. G. Balance secured by first mortgage of April 1, 1880, post pooed to claim of Central Improvement Oonipan>. ?. Past due and unpaid coupons secured bv mortgage o! April 5th, 1881.*. 8. Amouut of bonds issued and outstanding under mortgage of April 5th, 1881, known as general mortgage. '.?. Amount of bonds issued ami outstanding uuder mortgage of February 12th, 1883, known as the income mortgage. 10. Judgment in favor of s. P. II. Miller. 11. Judgllicut in favor ot .1. E. Moose. p.'. Judgment in favor of P. T. Anderson, September, 1835. 13. Judgment in favor of F.T.Anderson, March. 1SSU. II. Amount due Fidelity Insurance, Trust and Safe Deposit Company under the several Cur Trusts (January, i t. 15. Amount due Maddock A Evans. 10. Amount due .Johnson A Weaver. 17. Amount due C. G. Crawford. The amounts mentioned in the foregoing schedule carry intere 1st. 1890. This sale will be made subject to all executory contracts inadi ceiver under the authority of the court, of which contracts the receiver, by said decrees, is directed to give to the trustee mi l sp< cial coininissionei' a full and accurate statement, to be publicly adnounccd bj the trustee and special commissioner at the time of sale, and subject also to anyUabiliry that muj be established against the receiver growing out of any lawful acts done bj 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 hnnat any time thereafter: all such liabilities, if any. will remain a lb the premises until discharged. tion of with r? :: i omruerces' Bous* al attention g titles to and in x\ estate. t-j.aw, Roanoke, Va. rcet, near Court ven to examina : tiers connected g. w. ransbroogh. !CHENANDOAH VALLEY RAIL j O ROAD. S. F. Ttleb, Receive.-. j Schedule in effect June, 2, 1890. arrive at roanoke. 13 00 p. iu. Daily?Memphis Express, from Hagerstown and the north. Through Pullman sleeping cars from New York and Philadelphia to Chattanooga and Mem? phis via Harrisburg, Ha? gerstown and Roanoke .40 a. in. Daily? New Orleans ex? press from New York, Philadelphia and Balti? more, making connection through to the south Carries through Pullman palace bulTet sleeping car from Philadelphia to New Orleans without change via Hurrisbnrf;, Hagers? town, Roanoke, Cleve? land, Calera, and L. & N. R. R. LEAVE ho,\ y<OKK. 5.45 a.m. Daily?Baltimore express from all point* south for Washington, Baltimore, Harrisburg, Philadelphia cm! New York. Car? ries Pullman palace buffet sleeping car from lb anoke to Philadelphia v ? out change, via Ha gi own and Harrisburg 7,20 p.m. Daily- New York and Philadelphia express, from Memphis, Chat tanooga and all points south. For Phil? adelphia and New York. Carries Pulh an Palace buffet sleeping cars through to Philadelphia and New York via Rcuir oke, Hagerstown and Harrisburg. Ticket agents will furnish all infor mation and through schedules upon application to (). HOWARD ROY ER. G. P. & T. Agent, Roanoke. Ya. il ANSBRl HJGH 1,535,493 30 ?1,113,000 CO 2,209,000 00 ?f 33 10,11.") 2H 2li T"i -liu 0 from .in!' ATTORN Room No. 11, - Jefferson Stri Will practice in the Hi tin- city of Roanoke. peals of Virginia ami district court.-. .-A.M. (i. WILLIAMS. & WILLIAMS, YS AT LAW. Mooinaw Building. t. Roanoke, Ya. -tings court of Court of Ap- j L'nited States mar25-tf WORFOLI f\R. EDWIN P. WRIGHT ?? DENTIS l". late of Richmond, Va Office in Didier Building, cor. Jeffer? son and Campbell streets. S;.ial attention to bleaching dis? colored teeth I y a process of his own invention. AH work irunranteed and at moderate ligun -. Terms cash. niv27 3m I KINN EY, M. D. ice limit* i' to bv tin Throat OFFICE?< fver < ?'Lei bye, liar, id Xosei _ , Campbell tu vi? Um UMSI Il up ,\f (i. HARD A WAY, H . AT'T'UlvN K V AT LAW". Roanoke and adjoining Office, Moomaw Building. S. Rooms 3 and I. TERMS OF SALE, Com: ?olintie: fefl'erson Stre jaul?it & Vi ES i EliN ft V b ROAD. Schedule in effect May 11th, 18?? WEST BOUND. LEAVE roanoke. 10:05 am. Daily; arrive Bristol 4 0f p m. Stops at e.ll sTa tions, connecting at Rad ford with trains on New River Branch; arrivingPo cabontas at 3:35 p m. 5:45 pm Daily, arrives Radford 7.20 p. m., connecting with New River branch at 7:35 p. in., for BlueSeld and Pocahontas; arrives P<v>a hontas 10:55 p. in. Arrires Bristol 11:20 p. m... c:>n necting with E. 1.. 7.V. G. R. R. for all p )ints south and west' has Pullman Palace Sleeper, Roanoke to Rome, via Calera and Roanoke to Memphis without change Daily, arrive Radford !J:15 a in, connecting with New River Branch. leaving Radford 12:10 p.m.,arrives Bristol 12.40pm., connects with E. T., V. & G. R. R. for all points south and west; has Pullman Palace Sleeper from Roauokt to without rjR. w. nt1 By the decrees hereinbefore recited, it is provided that?The said trustee and special commissioner shall sell the premises herein directed to he -ol.i to tbe highest and best bidder, and shall require such bidder, before making an adjudication to htm, to pay in cash the -urn <<l $75,000, and if the sale is continued by the court, the balance of the purchase-money must he paitl one third within three months, one-third within six months, and the balance within nine months from the date of sale, each of -aid deferred payments to carry interest from the date of sale at the rate of six per cent per annum; hut the purchaser .-hall have the right to anticipate the day of payment. After the payment by the purceaser of Mich sum iu cash as may be sufficient to pay the costs, charges, and expenses of the complainant's trust and of this cause, ami the indebtedness of the receiver, and the lieu- ami huh bteduess as priorto the li^t mortgage, and for the payment of the pro rata dividend out of the net pflteeedes of sale for distribution that may he due to those beneficiaries uuddt the said trust deeds, whose bonds and coupons may not be used in payment of purchase-moucy as is hereiu provided for, the said trustee and special commissioner may receive from the purchaser or pur? chasers, in part payment of the purchase-money, any ot ; he bonds or unpaid interest coupons, with interest thereon, in the order of their priority which are secured by the said deeds of trust to the complainant, to or toward i lie j paj nient of which tbe said net proceed.- of such .-ale shall be legally applica? ble, the amount of such bonds or coupons so to he received iu part payment ol 'such purchase-money to he determined and fixed at a sum which shall, upon a proper distribution and accounting for such proceeds, he at least erpial to t he share or proportion payable out of such net proceeds to such purchaser or purchasers as the holder or holder.- of such bonds or coupons, and the bunds and coupons so applied in satisfaction of the purchase-money . shall he treated as a payment thereof to the extent of such ttpplicutiou. In case 'he Central Improvement Company, or its representatives, shall become the purchaser of the property herein ordered to be sold, it shall be lawful tor such a purchaser to make payment of so much of the purchase money as is applic ble to the equitable lien of the Central Improvement Company, by receipting for such amount upon account of such lieu. 11 any question shall arise as to the proportion of t he 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 saiil equitable lien, application may be made to the court to have the same determined. in case ol the failure of any bidder to comply with the terms of sale that are to he 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 | I proceed at once, then and there, to make a resale, or may then and there I! publicly announce that on some other day. to be then designated, and he f j t?veen certain hours of the day, to be designated, they will, at the same i; place, make a sale of the premises under the decree without, furtheradver 1 ment, and theyiuay make the same accordingly. And the trustee and special , I commissioner shall have power to adjourn the sale from time to time, in their discretion, until a sale shall have beed made in accordance with the provisions of this decree. THE FIDELITY INSU DKNTlST Sale anol to First Nat ional i avenue, ?. Va. OCEAN M PARK HOT?. VIRGINIA BEACH. VIRGINIA. '1 la- Oer ginia Bt ach, in Prim Virginia, at t he ocea Norfolk aiidViraiuia Shore Park Hotel, Vir ii Princess Anne county, n terminus ot t he Beach Railroad 11 FRANCE, TRUST AND SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY, TRUSTEE. JOHN C. BULL ITT. WM. J. ROBERTSON, Solicitors for Trustees. A. MOORE, .1?., Special Commissioner jun '27 if S. IVO. jun '.I S. SHAF -JEWELER, Salem Avenue. - - FULL STOCK REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTED oilers to the public a long felt want. hi.- an ocean shore resort within the mean* of a!!. The hotel is new. beim; it.-li'.'.-t season, with a lirst class table, large, airy rooms, and newly furnished throughout. THE BATHING. The surf bath? ing is unsurpassed by uuy upon the Atlantic coast. Tbe absence of any undertow being a marked feature. The temperature ol the water is wanner, and the battling more longed than on the New Jersey, or Loo- Island Coast HEALTH RESORT. As a health re.-ort. it has b< en prououncedascom uared with Atlantic Citv and Fort? ress Monroe, to have many superior natural advantage-, both winter and summer. , ,.? AM US EM ENTS. Surf and still water bathing, Crabbing, Howling, Il nuis, Horse-back and switch-back riding may he indulged in. Music throughout the season. The Western rjtiioii Telegraph Company bus an office on the beach. TRANSPORTATION. There are seven tr in-daily (except Sunday), each way between Norfolk and Vir ?dni.i Beach. Four trains each way on Sunday. For all other informa? tion address GEO H. QUACKENBOS, i Icean Shore Park Botel. Virginia Beach. Ya. New Orleans change. EAST BOUND ?leave roanoke. 'y a m. Daily; f^r Lynchburg, Pe tersburg, Richmond, (via Petersburg and R. & P. R. R.,) Norfolk and interme? diate points; Connects at Lynchburg with V. M. R R. for Washington and the east, leaving Lynchburg 7:40 a m daily. Arrives Norfolk 2.00 p m connect? ing with steamer lines to Baltimore and New York. 7.20 p ui. Daily; for Lynchburg and intermediate stations. 10:10 a m. Daily; arrives Lynchburg 11:59 a m.connecting with V. M. R. It. for all points north, arriving Washing? ton 7:00 p in; arrives Pe fei-sbur'/ 4:20 p.ui; arrive? Richmond, via R. ? P. R. Lb, 5.05 p m; arrives Nor? folk 7.00 p m; Cripple Creek Extension?Leaves Pulaski 8:15 a m. Daily except Sun 1 j day, and 3:00 p m Daily, arrive Ivan : hoe !J:4"< a in and 4:30 p m. Returning ; leave Ivanhoe 10:2.1 a in. Daily exct ot j Sunday,and 5:20 p ni. Daily, arrive , Pulaski 11:50 a m and 6:30 p m. All inquiries as to rate?, routes, etc., promptly answered. W B. Bevill, Cen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent CHAS. G. Eddy, vice-president. General Oliices. Roanoke. OFFICES FOR RENT ROOMS FOR RENT. (/fliers and Rooms for rent in '.lie City Hotel Building, which has recent!; been converted Into an office buiidirjf BEST LOCATION IN CITY. Management intend put'tug a passende; elevator in the building. Electric lights and gas in all rooms For terms, apply to CONTRACTORS.jL< L> Foweil & Co., -:- Onposite Postoflice. my3-tf , for constructing approaches _ ^S?? fie Citizens Bait of Biaaeie TO Bids A :u IF 100 WAMT10 IKE 1011 INVEST 1? ROANOKE REAL ESTATE. foe example : Thrc^e Juts bought for 17,000 five mor.ths ago, sold for $35 000 last weeK Similar Instances fiumewus* .it Randolph, Henry an in Koanoke Ci v. Ya,. v. until 12 o'clock, noon, 1S90. .? ., Plans ami specifications may seen in the office of the City Engi in Court H011-;' buildin be ineer; ? 1. .. Roauokc, Virgriniii. ust 4th, Salem Avenue, between Jefferson and Henry Streets, J. B. Levy, President. Late casbioi Commercial Bank. Roanoke, Va. Aiiiiress" liiils to James A. M'Connell, j J^hs Ott, Cashier. Late cashier Chairman Bridge Committee. Roan-! Crty Bank, Richmond, Va. ol eCitv Va. and endorse on euvel-i Accounts of banks, bankers, corpor }id for Henry Street ap- i atl?ns, merchants, and individuals Bill for Randolph Street i solicited. Our facilities for doing a opes, proachi Interest allowed mlS-tf FRANCIS B. KEMP * C Real Estate Agents, Agents for all lun'ds df'pYo^erty1, impWvVd end uoimjfnmnL city an^surlmrban nroacnes, mo. 101 n.iinn,i|m ???1 - ?:? ? --e? annroaches " "Bid for Park Street ap-j general banking business are equal to nroaches " as the case may be. Bids s to any banking house in Virginia, niust bo for approaches to each J Collections a specialty and prompt Kge, separately. remittances made i The City Council reserves the right i *?""?? deposits j to reject any and all bids No money j i will he. paid until approaches are com-j 1 pleted. and accepted by the engineer; in charge, acting for the city. By order of City Council for City of: Rosnoke. Ya_1 C. A HEATH, The well-known Jefferson Street barber, I I ! Has opened a Barber Shop in Hotel j I Roanoke. I Boom in basement. myflO lm J.R.IIOC; A DAY, THE PIONEER REAL ESTATE AGENT -OF Roanoke City. Va. OFFICE: 1 05 First St., S. Vt