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ABSOU/T FROM ALL AROUND THE CITY. Current Local Events of the Day Briefly Told. Bits of Facta and OoHlp Gathered on the Streets by Times Reporters? Points Political. Social and General Happen? in? Yesterday. What's Going on To dav. Athletic Park?Baseball game, 4:S0 p. m. Old Oit.ua Uousk?Hepnbllcan mass meeting. BninoEWATEB Dciluino?Mooting; Columbus Lodge, I. O. O. F. Strawberry Festival at Trinity Ohnreh. The ladieB of Trinity Methjdlst Cburch will give a strawberry festival In tbo churouyard Thursday evening, to which the public gonerally 1b Invited. Festival at the Seeond Presbyterian Chapel. The Second Presbyterian Church are arranging to hold a strawberry festival at the chapel on Roanoke street on Thursday night The publio is cordially invited to attend. Bevlyal in Progress lu Bust Boanoke. A protracted rovival mooting is in progress at the East Roanoke Baptist Cnurch, conducted by Bev Mr. An? thony, of Cave Spring. So far the con? gregations nave beon large and much interest has boon manifested. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend the meeting. Dentli of Little Olara Canary. Clara E., the 10 month old daughter of Thomas and Clara Canary, died at the residenoe of her parontB, No. 407 Fourth Btreet n. e., yesterday of cholera Infantum The funeral services will be conducted by Rev. J. W. Lynoh at 10 o'clock this morning from the house. Tbe interment will be in St. Andrew's Cemetery. Strnck the Wrong Man. A warrant was sworn out yesterday afternoon for the arrest of John Taylor, colored, for feloniously assaulting John A. Gearheart with a rock. The trouble occurred near the Cold Storage Com? pany's plant and from information gathered by tbe police it appears that Taylor threw the rock at a brakeman In a passing freight train and it struck Mr. Gearheart on the leg. Excursion Train Passes Through. A train of ten oars from Petersburg and Crowe, loaded with 605 excursion? ists from the Bast Virginia cities, pasted through Roanoke yesterday en rou .o for the Luray Caverns. The ex? cursion is run for the benefit of the Bailroad Y. M. CA, of Crewe. The party represented all ages and was quite gay and happy. The train arrived In this city at 5 o'olook this morning on Its return to Petersburg, Its passengers presenting a worn out appearance. Held for Felonious Assault. Dr. F. E. White was sent on to the grand jury by Justice Turner In the police court yesterday on the charge of felonious assault upon S. L. Boyd, upon whom Dr. White is alleged to have drawn a pistol. The difficulty occurred In tbo rooms of the Alleghany Social Club Sunday afternoon. White was held under 8250 bond on his own recognizance for hlB appoaranco. Police Court Record, J. D. Puckett, charged with being drunk, was fined 83.15. Pat Evans, colored, facod tho charge of shooting within the city limits, paid 82-50 for the privilege. Henry Rhodes, colored, was arraigned on tbo charge of allowing his hogs to run at largo after being warned repeatedly to pen them up. He swore that he "didn't own nary hog; dun sold dem overy one." Justice Turner couldn't swallow his protostations and fined him 82. Henry searohed his pockotB for a half hour, occasionally pulling out a small coin. The pile counted up 81 90 and Officer Vest loaned Henry a dime, receiving thanks for his kindnesB. Henry Body, Jr., paid 82.50 for being disorderly. Chas SaundeH was sent to ail for ten days for stealing a pair of shoos. Baslness Men's Union Prayer Meeting. The business men's union prayer meeting in the lecture room of Greene Memorial Cburch last night was at? tended by about fifty men. T. T. Fishburne conducted the services, read? ing a Scripture lesson ana commenting upon It at length. Ho was followed by B A. Jones, M. S Greenwood, Captain Stuart and Rev. S. M. Firey. It was decided to hold tho futuro meetings in the churches represented in the union services, giving four meetings to each church in succession, the executive committee to make the necessarary ar? rangements therefor. These meetings will be known as the business men's union prayer meetings and the attend? ance will be limited to men only. T. S. Van Horn was appointed leader for tbe next meeting. _ Change In the Time of Meeting. The Epworth League of Trinity M. E. Cburch South will heroafter meet at 8 o'clock every Tuesday evening, in? stead of 4 p m. Sunday, as heretofore. Rev. Mr. Stanton addressed the league at length Monday night with referenco to tho special lino of church work the league was expoated to accomplish, and stated that the general oonferenoe, now in session at Memphis, had decided to organize an Epworth League board, to be managed by a secretary, and to pub? lish a paper in the interests of tho or? ganization. The fcopie considered by the Trinity league last night was "Christian Per? fection," C. M. Hogsett delivering an instructive address. "Growing In Graoe" will be the topic for next week. Those "Magie City" bindings are going like hot cakes. Bring in your numbers and got them exohanged for a bound copy?costs 75 osnts or 81.00 r.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report. Pomler ELY PURE BALL CLUB IN NEW HANDS. George O. Hoasto? Content? to Act m Manager of tbe Team for tbe Season. The management of the Roanoke baseball olub has been placed in the hands of George O. Houston, who will in the future look after the intereBtB of that organization both at home and abroad This aotlon was taken by the board of governors of the Roanoke Ath letio Olub yesterday evening after the reoeipt of the resignation of H. P. ?'Hagau, who has been serving as man? ager, oaptain and player slnoe the open? ing of the league. In his letter to John M. Payne, the president of the Athlotlo Club, Mr. O'Hagan says that the oombined duties were too great for him and out of jastloe to himself and the olub he feels that ho should no longer hold the position of manager. Mr. Houston, who has consented to take the management of the olub, is particularly well fitted for the position. He Is well posted upon the game oven to its most minute detailB and his ex exeeutlve ability ia such as will insure its proper management as to flnanoos, players and general business arrange? ments. He is a man in whom tho ' cranks" of the city will place much confidence. His work in connection with the team oommonoed last rrlght. The Roanoke team is expected to do Bomo effective work from now on. The club has some good material, and Ib especially strong in pitchers. What is evidently needed is better team work, and this Mr. Houston will probably boo is remedied. Mr. Houston, it is said, will oommunloate with aeveral players who are anxious to come to Roanoke, and of whom good reports aro received, especially as to their batting ability. The members of the olub received their salaries yesterday but there was sumo fault finding as to the amounts coming due them. Thero waa consider? able talk among some of the members about resigning but it Is more than probablo that no resignations will be handed in. Slmes, who has boon play? ing second base, loft for his homo in Columbus, Ohio, yesterday afternoon. He had not been signed by the manage? ment and gave as an excuse for his de? parture that his mother was sick. No game was played with the Staun ton team yesterday, rain interfering. A small number were at the grounds to see tho game but a heavy shower came down just as the clubs were ready to play and the game was postponed. The teams play this afternoon at 4:30 o'clook. IN THE STATE LEAGUE. Richmond Defeated by Norfolk In a Well Flayed Game. Norfolk, May 22.?Richmond was defeated by the home team to-day in a well played game. The feature of the game was West's good stop of a liner struck by Lanser, of the home team. The ball was two feet over his head, but West jumped up and stopped it with bis left hand, thus making of a throe-bagger a one base hit. The score: It. II. B. Norfolk. 0 1 3 1 0 0 1 Ox- 0 7 3 Richmond. 20000000 0-3 8 1 Battories: Klssenger aud Hodge; Wonneloy and Grim. Lynohburg Again Unable to Soore. Petersburg, May 32.?Lynchburg tried in vain to score to day, but with? out avail, as they were met at every point by the superb playing of the local team. The score: It. H. B. Petersburg. 6833001 0?13 14 1 Lynchburg. 0080000C-0 8 7 Batteries: Foreman and Elefor; Baker, Martin and Backer. Standing of the Olabs. Potersbarg. Norfolk .... Richmond.. Stcnnton... Eouiokc... Lynchhnrg. Won 17 15 14 13 8 4 Lost 7 9 0 11 IB SO Per Ct .708 .625 .6C3 .511 .847 .100 Yesterd?y's Nntlonal League Games. Postponed games on account of rain: Brook? lyn-Baltimore, Philadelphia-Washington and Cleveland-Cincinnati. At Boston? K. H. B. Boston. 31000000 x? 3 0 6 New York. 00110000 0-3 11 4 Batteries? Lovett and Ryan; Itnsie and Karrell. At Chicago? R. II. E. Chicago. 100030800?7 14 3 Plttshurg. 0003U1 3 00?6 9 1 Batteries?Griffith and Elttrldgc; Ehret and Mack. At St. Louie? R. II. B. St. Louis. 0 0 1 0 3 1 0 1 x? 6 9 3 Loalsvlllo. 11000100 1? 4 10 8 Batteries: Gleason and Peltz; Kilro; and Urlm. Georgetown Defeats Cornell. Washington, May 22.?Georgetown College defeated Cornell by hitting when men wore on bases, and by the inability of the Cornell's pitchers to Bend the ball over the plate. Smith and Cobb gave nine bases on balls be? tween them. R. II. E. Georgetown. 400010011-7 8 2 Cornell.000130000?4 9 1 Batteries?Dewd and Sullivan; Cobb, Smith and Yonng. Quadrennial General Conferenoe, AI. E. Ohuroh (South), Memphis, Tenn., May 8-31, 1804 For above oocasion the Richmond and Dmvillo Railroad Company will sell tickets to Memphis Tenn., and roturn at rate of one first class fare 'or the round trip. Tickets on sale April 30, May 1 and 2; continuous passage in tich direction; final limit June 1, 1894. For torpid liver and all other conditions resulting from constipation, go by the book on Beecham's pills. Book free, pills 25c. At drugstores; or write to B F Allen Co, 365 Canal st, New York. AN OBEDIENT BOY. A Father's Wise Flan For Getting His Mon? ey Back. "Henry, my boy," said the kind father, laying big hand on the shoulder of the only son who had been so long the pride of his life, "have you as yet bad any thought of marriage?" The young man th ought fully lifted his . head, and his frank face betrayed at once tho nobleness of bis character as he firmly replied: "No, father, I have only been en? gaged. Nothing more serious than this has ever entered my thoughts." "Then," said his father, a look of great satisfaction comiug into his face, "nothing could be more fortunate. Although I have long becu considered well to do, my son, I must tell you the truth. With the excep? tion of the house I have placed in your mother's name, itself heavily mortgaged, nothing remains of my vast fortune but a few paltry dollars. It has long been my de Bire that you should ally yourself with some family of unquestioned wealth, and now that'you tell methat your heart is free I believe I may say that I have found for you the right girl. Her father's vast pos? sessions will undoubtedly descend to her, and thus you will be independent for life." "Father," said the young man, his face suffused with that lovable obedience which is such a fine attribute of manly character, "I am sure I have always done as you said, and if I can please you in the matter I will gludly do so. But who can it be?" "You remember, Henry," replied his fa? ther, "the urchitect that built our house!" "Yes, Bir," said Henry; "I know him well. I have often seen him in the back parlor on an evening playing solitaire with the notes you had given him during the day. What has he to do with It?" Tho good old man's form shook with great joy as he tenderly embraced his boy. "Henry, my dear sou," he cried, "I have just heard that he has a marriageable daugh? ter."?Life,_ How He Got On*. "Nothing succeeds like success," runs the saying, but there are times when a lack of success hus been of icreat value. In the time of William III Mr. Treden hum, a poet, was taken before the Earl of Nottingham on suspicion of having treason? able papers. "I am only a poet," protested the poor man, "aud these pages are only my roughly sketched play." The earl, however, carefully looked over the papers In question before liberating the poet. Finally be returned the sheets to the delighted author. "I have heard your statement," said the earl gravely, "and I have read your piny. As I cannot find the least traces of n plot in either the one or the other, you may go free." With this unflattering tribute to his in nocenco the poet departed with his plotless' play.?Youth's Companion. A Sky Terrier. Tully?Be gob, if there's one thing that will send a nion up quicker than a police judge will it's dynamite. But there's no time for talk. Sure I better be thiukin how I am goin to git down.?Truth. On His Own Hook. "No'm" said Rusty Rufus, "I'm not goin to Wash'n'ton. W'n I git bo's I can't man? age to pick up a livin 'thout trampln a thou san miles an askin the guv'ment fur it I'll go out of business, b'gosh I If you've got another plate of them cold beans to spare, ma'am, I b'lieve I kin eat it."?Chicago Tribune. _ A Cliimgo of Opinion. Singing Master?Why, you have no voice at all! Singer?Well, but I always pay for my lessons double the amount usually paid by others. Singing Master?Say that again. Your voice sounded much better, I thought.? Secolo._ It Wae All Right. Wife?This suit of yours looks a little shabby, my dear. Husband?Yes; I haven't paid the tailor for it yet. Wife?Don't let that worry you. I or? dered another suit fron? him myself this morning.?Clothier and Furnisher. l hui Something lid t it, Admiring Acquaintance?Did you bring all these photographs from Europe? Returned Tourist?Yes. "Why, there are hundreds of them. Did you have a camera?" "No. I had a letter of credit."?Chicago Tribune. _ He Knew. "Tom and May are to be married on the 10th," said Mr. Trotter as he rend his morn? ing mail. "How do you know?" asked ids wife. "I speak by the card," retort? d TJr. Trot? ter, tossing it across the table.?Truth. Discretion. "Yon don't fhenn to say that you have challenged Kinkins to a duel?" "Yep. You know the law's against duel? ing, and that was the only safe way for me to resent tho Insult."?Washington Star. Not For Women. Castleton?I understand that straw hats are going tobe cheaper this year. Von Blnmer?Urn! You wouldn't notice any difference if you were married.?Cloth? ier and Furnisher. The Result. ? Willy Wilt?Do you know, I fancy I have quito a literary bent. Van Demmit?All right, my boy. Keep on, and you'll be worse than bent.?you'll l>e broke.?Puck. Reckless. Hills?Browne is a reckless fellow. He never givee a thought to his creditors. Hulls?Nor a dollar.?Truth. Do you want a cook? Do you want boarders 7 Dolyou want a man to make up the garden? Do you want a bookkeeper? Do you want a house? : : Let the people : : : : know your wants : : : : through, the cent- : : : : a-word column of : : : : Thb Times. : : WANTBD-MIBOHIxLANHOTTB. MANAGER WANTED TO APPOINT salesmen to sell the Rapid Dish Waihor Washes and dries the diBhes in two minutes without wetting the fingers. $75 a week and all expenses. Easy position; no capital; no hard work; oan make 8100 a week. Address W. P. HARRISON & CO., Clerk No. 14, Colum? bus, Ohio. 5 22 WANTED.?FIRST CLASS DRESS makers wanted. Apply at Berlin's Auotion House. D A. BEED. 5 22 2t ILL GIVE TEN PER CENT FOR 60 days on 825. Box 297, city. Gilt edge security. 5 80 21 ? tj^JISS EMMA KAUFMAN," NO. 314 Campbell avenue, fashionable dress? making; reasonable prices; satisfaction guaranteed; your patronage respect? fully solicited. 5 0 lm. DR. CHAS. G. CANNADAY, PHYSI clan and surgeon, general ul'lco 19% Salem avenue; hours, 9 to 10 a m. and 3 to 4 and 7 to 8 p. in. Offioe for ladles only, Rebekah Sanitarium, 121 Elgth avenue s. w.; hours, 12 to 2 p. m. 'Phones 235 and 249. Accommodations for pay patientB at Sanitarium. 5 9 lm ANTED 20,000 LBS. WOOL, AND will pay highest cash price for same. Write me stating quantity and quality before Belling elsewhere; have a large oontraot with a Northern firm. Sacks furnished, also handle at all times hides, green and dry, Bheep and calf skins; also tallow and beeswax. FBANK E. BROWN, box 311 Roanoke, Va. 5 8 30d PUH kknt OR RRNT.?TWO LARGE NICELY furnished front rooms, private en? trance, bath, etc. 425 Church street 5 20 lw_ |j OR RENT?FURNISHED OR UN -F furnished rooms, with bath; suitable for light housekeeping. Address Z Z. Z , Timks offloo. 5 19 lw HREE NICELY FURNISHED rooms with or without board, with privilege of batb. Terms reasonable. MRS. J. A. TIMBERLAKE, 516 Second street s. w._ 5 18 FOR BENT?BOOMS SUITABLE for light housekeeping; also one furnished room. Apply 600 Campbell avenue a. w. 4 22 OPPOSITE DEPOT. BAGGAGE TBANSFERRED FREE. SPECIAL CUT RATES, $1.50 to $2 Per Day. Speoial inducements to Com? mercial Men. The Best Sample Rooms in the city. J. J. COX, 5 10 lm Manager. THE CONCORDU, HENRY SCHOLZ, Propr. THE FINEST AND LARGEST GLASS OF BEER IN THE CITY. 8 ANDWICHE8. A n Fine Imported Swltzer Cheese. [} Limburger. Munster. Handcase. w Frankfurter with Fine Gorman Potato Salad. ? Hamburger Steak. H Imported Bologna. E Imported and Domestic Ham. 5 I Caviar. Sardines. Oysters in Every Style In Season. PINE WIN EH. LIQUORS AND CIGARS A SPECIALTY. Come in and take a nice glass of beer and sandwich instead of a hot dinner. CTOSEJIP-H: COHN'S. Special Bargains for This Week: ioo Suits, wortli $14, $15, $16, $17 and J>i8, will be sold for $12.50. This applies to our new spring stock, in all the latest styles and cuts. 75 dozen Fancy Shirts, worth 81.25, for one week at 93 cents 10 dozen new Leather Belts, worth 50 cents; this week 35 cents. 25 per oent. discount on the noted Youmans, Stetson and Mel? ville Bats for one week. We intend to make a boom in our line for your benefit and at our cost. Don't come after the week haa passed and expect goods at the above prioes. Remember, this is a special inducement to make new customers and reduoe our stock, and is positively a one week sale. J OSEPH COH Clothier, Tailor and Hatter. m. ^ E. M. DAWSON, Manager. WANTED?SITUATIONS, LADY STENOGRAPHER AND typewriter desirea position. Mod? erate salary; best references Address "A. X.," Roanoko, Va. 5 22 4t BOARDERS WANTAD. D ESI RAULE BOARD WITH TWO front rooms, 328 Campbell avenue w_._5 12 2w. BOARDERS WANTED AT 516 Church avenue, good rooms, good board from 812 to 815 per month. 4 10 AGENTS WANTED. WANTED?SALESMAN; SALARY from start, permanent place. BROWN BROS. & CO., nursorymen, Rochester, N. Y. 5 2 lm eod FOB BAL,K. 'OR SALE CHEAP?ONE SECOND hand boiler, 70 horee power, and one 30 horse powor engine. For price, torms, etc., enquiro of Q. A. TURNER. 5 5 lm NOTIOB3 OF MEETING*;-*. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of the Peoples' Per? petual Loan and Building Association )f Roanoke, Va., will be hold at the ifflce of tho secretary. Masonic Temple building, Roanoke, Va., Monday, May 28 1804, at 12 o'clock m. WM. F. WINCH, Seoretary. 4 25 td BUSINESS NOTIOBS THE CO-PARTNERSHIP HERETO fore existing between M. Byrne and C. F. Byrne Is this day dissolved by mutual consent, M. Byrno retiring. C. F. Byrno will continue tho business at old stand, No. 3 Jefferson street, and pay all debts of old firm and oollect all accounts due the same. CHAS. F. BYRNE, May 11, 1894. M. BYRNE. 5 13 lm_ THE COPARTNERSHIP OP GEO. F. Payne & Co., Is this day dis? solve by mutual consent. Georgo F. Payno will continue tho business at tho old stand No 1 Jefferson street and pay all the dobts of the old firm and collect all accounts due tho same. May 1, 1894. GEO. F. PAYNE, 5 0 30ds. V. H. PAYNE. POLITICAL NOTICES. TO TILE VOTERS OF SECOND WARD?1 hereby anuouueo myself a candidate tor re election to City Council, anbject to Democratic i>rlmary. Should it be your pleasure to elect mo ! will serve you as faithfully as my ability will permit and pledge myself to an economical ad? ministration of tno city govornmcnt as tar >us my vote and Influence goes, itespuctfully, It. A. B liCE N a R._4 8tf. I'O THE VOTERS OF ROANOKE OITY: 1 hereby announce myBe'.f a candidate for the offlco of commissioner of the rovenue, subjeot to the Democratic primary, and solicit your Bun port. If elected I pledge mysolf to discharge the duties of the otBce faithfully and to the best o: my ability. Yours respectfully, Q. O. PAYNE 8 11 te_ g O THE VOTERS OF THE OITY OF ROA 1 noke: At the solicitation of friends I an? nounce myself a candidate for office of sorgeant, dty of Roanoke, subject to Primary, and respoct fully ask your support. T. H. TILLETT. 3 lOte_ ?yo THE VOTERS OF KOANOKB CITY.?1 1 hereby announce myeclf a candidate for con? stable of the city of Roanoke, subject to a Demo? cratic primary if one Is held,ami solicit your sup? port. If elected I plodgo myself to dischargo the duties of the offlco faithfully und Impartially Respectfnlly, W. 8. CAMPEN._3 3 tde. TO THE VOTERS OF ROANOKE CITY: I hereby antoance myself a candidate for Com? monwealth's attorney of the city of Roanoke, subject to a Democratic primary, should one be held. I earnestly solicit your support aud promise It elected, to discharge the duties of the office lm partially and fearlessly and to see, as far as in my powor, that the laws are strictly enforced with out tear and without favor. Yours respectfully W. S.GOOOH. 8 te PROCLAMATION. BY TUB GOVERNOR OP VIRGINIA?A PROCLAMATION. ? Information having been recoiled by the executive that on the fifth day of May, 180-1, near Engle Hock, In the connty of Botetonrt, In this State, tho crlmo of rape was committed on the person of Miss Mary Pierson, by some unknown person who Is thought to be one DAVID RKLLBY, a whlto man, with fair skin, sandy hair and mustache, about five feet nine Inches high, weighs about lfiO pounds, a lit? tle stooped, about "26 years old, gray or llpht blue eyes, and a fiesh scar under his right eye; and that the said unknown person has escaped arrest ?nd Is now going at large; therefore I ao hereby offer a reward of TWO IIUNDKED dollars to any pcrion who shall arrest the said unknown person arddolivr r him into the Jail of said oonnty of Botetonrt; said reward to be paid only after the trial and eon t tot Ion of the said unknown per? son, and 1 do moreover require all officers of this commonwealth, civil and military, and request the people tteuertilly to use their best exertions to procure his arrest, that he may be brought to Justice. Salu offer of reward to continue tor ninety days from this dato. Given under my hand as Governor, and under the lesser seal of the Commonwealth, at Rich? mond, this 16th day of May, 1891 I seal, j CUAS. T. O'FEKRALL. Governor of Virginia. Bj the Governor:? J. T. LAWLESS. Secretary of the Commonwealth' 5 19 taw ? w CHANCERY OAUBQB. SARAU C. SAVAGE KT AI.. VS. K. W. Robertson, Sab. Tr., et al. In Chancery. To'. Sarab C. Savage, C. S. Hendereon, F. Sittording, complainants, and such other Hen creditors ot The Roanoke Construction and Improvement Company, N. Partee, and J. B. Levy, as may come Into this suit, and eon tribute to the costs ot tho same. To R. W. Hobertsou, Substituted Trustee, The Roanoke Construction and Improvement Com? pany, N. Partee, Mrs. Minnie II. Partee, J. B. Levy, Williamson Donaldson, Jane Donaldson, defendants. TAKBN? riCE: That pursuant to a decree en? tered In the Hastings Court ror the City ot Roanoke, May 1 >th, 1S94, In the above named chancery cause, I will ON SATURDAY, TUB 33KD DAY JUNE 1894, at the office ot Lookett A Cosby, bet wet u the hours ot 9 a. m acd 5 p. m. of that day, proceed to take, state, Inquire Into and report to the court in which this cause Is now pending, the following matters: 1. W hat real cstato Is owned by the Roanoke Construction acd Improvement Company, N. Partee and J. U. Levy and tho liens existing against the same, together with their respective priorities and dignities. 3. What real estate or orthor property has been fraudulently or unlawfully conveyed by the Roa? noke Construction and Improvement Company, to whom and In whoso name and how such real estate or other property now stands. 3. Whether tho ronts and profits of the real es? tate owned by tho Roanoke Construction and Im? provement Company, N. Partee and J. B. Levy wtll in tlve years pay and satisfy the ileus against ths same. 4. Any other matters which may be deemed pertinent by me, or that may properly be roqulred by any party In Interest In this canse. It from any cause the taking, stating and reporting ot th? abovo account be not mentioned, or if commenced be not completed then, the same shall bo oontinned from day to day at same place, between the same hours, until concluded. By the terms of said decreo, and by law pro? vided a publication ot this notlce.onco u week for fonr encccselve weeks In some newspaper pub? lished In the city of Roanoke shall oe deemed equivalent to personal service npon all parties lu Interest. J. W. COSBY, 5 33 law Special commissioner. GLADB LAND COMPANY VS. CO OPERA tlve land Company In chancery. To the Co-operative Land Company, Bernard Clark, A. L. Powell. B. Smith, T. P. Goodwin, H. G. Oil brick, G. E. Webb, H. B. Thomas, T. G. D. Carr, G.F. Carr, J. Davis. J. F. Webb, J W. Stulta, J. U. Summervllle, J. U. Bradley, C. J. Ormeby, T. J. Noughtou, C. B. Anthony, G. F. Payre, G. O. Whltehnret. E. W. Sykes, J. B. Byrd, B. F. Bumugton, J. K. Kenuett, Alle? Foster, Annie L. Harris, A P. II imllton, E. A. Dlckerson, Sol. Foster, Lizzie B. Wright. C. E. Daffy. H.I). Poluter, L. M, Beckner, W. U. Wainwright, O. F. Smtzcnhergcr, C. S. Htarkf y It. E. Smith, H. Chlpman, M. Straase, C. H PurKlus, M. Forman, M. F. McNnniara, B. O. Mays, V. O. Penn, C. M. Harrison, K. C. Bronnorman, J. E. Updorgrovo, C. L. Donnall, J. E. Mulcare, Isaac Giles, Max Giles, B. E. Oreeubauin. M. W. Reynolds, E. A. St .oy, Mrs. J. b. O'Mara, J. Paul Plant. T. 8. Spoucer, T. \V. Hands, J. S. Dallas, J. E. Goene, L. A. Sholtz, J. F. Payne, C. II. Hancock, Paulino Adler. Thus. W. Hawkins, H. G. Davis. Chas. L. Williams, J. Shallenberg, Emory Hang, U Pumpling, D. E. Brady, K. F. Buffilugton, W, F. Allison, W H. Stiff. W. E. Leslie. 8. Fleishman, Mrs. Dora E. Fox, James B. Morton, John Fits, James Dulauy, A. B. Hughes, W. P. Camp, G. O. Payuo, J. F. Uooue, It. Stonesltor, B. Steel, Maggie E. Montgomery, D. G. Revere, Mrs. K. H. wioyd, Alfred Mitchell, Kate E. Larabert, H. L. Uensol, Mrs. Jauult Morgan, C. P. Ulcks, J. W. nancock, V. H. Payne, U A. Byrd, Mrs. S. A. Brown, M. W. Mitchell. F. L. Dock. J. A. Brag i assa, Geo. Hensch, W. E. Uarher, C. F. Mandlor, John J. Gei:on, Bertio U. Wilson, O. D. Derr, administrator ot H. U. Derr; Kate Laughton, L. A. Compert, P. U. Horor, It. C. Jones, F. B. Ayers, T. L Bell, R. F. Wlngfleld, C. P. Maylln, J. R. Harris, V. Morens. Mrs. Kate Lary, E, M. Dawaon, Po:ahontas BrldgeB, K. Edmunds, Bffla Leon uro. TAKE NOTICE?That pursuant to n decree entered In the Hustings Court for the city ot Roanoke ou May 8, 1804, in the chancery cause ot the Glade Land Company vs. the Co-opcratlvo Land Company, I will ON THE 15TU DAY OF JUNE, 18'.M, at the office of Lockett & Cosby, be? tween the hours ot ? a. m. and 0 p. m. of that day, proceed to take, stato and report the follow? ing matters: 1st. All the liens upon the proporty in tho com? plainants' bill in this cause mentioned with tbelr respective dignities and priorities. 3d. A description of the property sold by the Glade Land Company to the Co operative Land Company npon which the debt set up in the com? plainants' bill Is a lien. 3rd. All sales made by the Co-operative Land Company of any or ail of said property In tho Inverse order ot alienation and tho present owners of said property, or any part ot same and the dates at tne conveyance of said property from tho Co-oporatlvo Land Company to Ite venders. ?Ith. All other matters that may bo by me deemed pertinent or that may be required by any party In interest. It the taking, stating and reporting ot this account be not commonced, or. It com? menced, be not completed npon the day named above, then the same shall be continued from day to day, between the same hoars and at the same place, until concluded. Ky the terms of said decree a publication of this notice once a week for four successive weoks shall he deemed equivalent to pe eonal service upon all parties to this cause. J. w. COSBY, 6 11 law 4w_Speels 1 Commleslonor. IN TUB CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE HUST lngs Court for the olty of Roanoke, on tho31s day of April, 1S04.?Tho Virgluia Brick Company plaint irr. against W. W. Fortune, defendant; as sum pslt. The object ot this suit Is to recover from the defendant the sum of S8S5 40, with Interest from the 1st day ot January, l&M, and to attach the goods and waies of the defendant In the olty ol Roanoke and to subject the same to the payment of the plaintiff's claim. And an affidavit having been made and died that the defendant, W. W. Fortune, is not a resident of the Stato of Vir? ginia, It Is ordered that ho do appear here.wlthln fifteen days after due publication hereof, and do what may be necessary to protect Ms interest In this suit. And It Is further ordered that a copy hereof be published once a week for four weeks In Tim itoamok b Daily Tins, and that a copy be posted at the front dcor ot the courthouse in this city on the first day ot the next term. A Copy?Teste: S. 8. BROOKE, Clerk. Luusford A Antrim, p. q. 4 38td ~j7wrTEfoNEs7Drs:T" 0 E N T I ST. 139 Salem avenue, Over Traders Loan and Trust Company Those "Magie City" bindings are going Ike hot cakes. 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