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THE ROAtfOKE TIMES.
iDA.W,Y AND WEEKLY)
An Independent Democratic paper
devoted to the material and political
nterests of Roanoke p.ud Southwest
Viiginia.
SUBSCRIPTION RATE
Daily one year. 56.0<>
Daily, six months. 3.00
Dai-y, three months...... 130
Dailv, one month. 50
VTeekty.1.1?
TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 13.
NOTICE.
Iu order to secure change of adver?
tisements copy should be sent in not
later than'4 o'clock in the afternoon.
Persons not gettiDg their paper
promptiy win conmj?'aiQt..to^?>t?5v
? HSrg-tterbQ8iness office at once of the
neglect of carriers.
VIRGINIA EXPOSITION.
FOR THE EXHIBITION OF THE
MINERALS, MANUFACTURES &
AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS
OF THE STATE OF VIRGINIA,
TO BE HELD AT ROANOKE, VA.,
SEPTEMBER AND OCTOBER, 1892.
CAPITAL STOCK, $000,000, IN
SHARES OF $100 EACH.
A PERMANENT EXPOSITION, TO BE
HELD ANNUALLY.
OUR MASSACHUSETTS VISITORS.
The visit of the Massachusetts Press
Association to Virginia should furnish
both an occasion for pleasant fraternal
reunion, and the means of strengthen?
ing the bouda of American patriotism,
which should biud the two sections
together stronger than they have
ever been bound together before.
There iB no hostility here agaiusi
New Eug'and or auy part of the North.
There is uo desire to call back, aud
perpetuate the institution, which lead
to the Civil War; Slavery was the
incubus under which the South wa?
kept back, so niauy years, in the march
Of industrial progress, and though
its obliteration cost the Souther:;
psople the lives of thousand;
of its mo3t promising men, and meant
the destruction of millions of dollar?
worth of property, recognized by ths
Constitution, it is best for the South as
well as for the progress of liberty that
it exists no longer.
Like the jewel in the toad's heati.
out of adversity comes prosperity, ani
the South, particularly the mountan
and Piedmont sections, is undergoing 3
davelopmcnt and transformation that
in a few years will make its citizens
among the wealthiest aud most pros?
perous in the United States.
Looking towards the future, and not
to the past, save to revere the honesty
aud courage of those who fought fcr
Confederacy, ws welcome Noriherj
immigration to our midst, to share our
prosperity, and aid in our work.
Southwest Virginia affords a most
inviting field for investment aud set?
tlement, and the testimony of the
Nurthcru men who are here, and t:
whom so much of the progress and de?
velopment witnessed is due, will cor?
roborate the statement.
There is no better way to eradicata
forever whatever differences still ex?
ist from the war thau by Northen
men settling in the South, so that ii
the generations to follow it will be im?
possible to tell the families that wer?
once arrayed against each other fa
civil war.
SOUTH WESS VIRGINIA IRO>.
The Public Ledger, of Norfolk, whicj
is one of the best established and most
excelleut afternoon papers in the
S'.ate, in its Monday's issue contains a i
interesting article on the production of
iron in Southwest Virginia.
SpeakiDg of the furnaces iu operatloa
aud under construction it continued
"In the near future it is highly proba?
ble that the output of Virginia iron will
be twice as large as it now i3. Whea
it is remembered that each hundrei
thousand additional tons of iron in?
creases by three-quarters of a miliioj
dollars the eamiugs of Virginia work?
men, aud that every rolling mill cr
o'.her industrial establishment which is
started as an auxiliary to a furnace,
increases the amouut of earnings d
homo workmen, the importance ofthesi
new iron establishments i3 readily un?
derstood. In 1SS0 Virginia's output
of iron was leas than 30,008 tons. Ia
LS01 she will, iu al! probability, pro?
duce half a million tous, aud thereafter
her progress will be commensurat:
with her ability to produce iron at a
minimum cost."
Mr. Fiaeash, the editor of the Public
Ledger,- has watched the industrial
development in the South since itscom
mencemeut in Birmingham seven:!
years ago, and has given considerabk
thought to the iron industry.
What Sonthwest Virginia needs now
to supplement its furnaceB with the:r
immense annual output, is tdditiont.)
rolling mills and factories to conveit
pig iron into finished manufactured
articles. Its mines and furuaces are
growing, and will contiuue to give ere-:
ploynieut to large numbers, and their
respective expenditures will stimulate
ever trade and vocation, but if the
sectiou is to be built up, as Its re?
sources deserve that it should be, and
become the home of a busy, thriving
thickly settled population, U nmet,
have mills aud factories, as it already
has furnaces.
Roanoke furnishes an example of
how furnaces and shops, mills and fac?
tories should work together. The ou.
that goes into the Crozer furnaces anil
comes out as pic iron, h> made into bar
iron at the rolling mill, and is after,
wards used in making the 'rcaguificent
locomotive engines which draw thair
heavy burdens offreight and passengers
over the Norfolk and Western and.
other roads. From the.' soil.itothe
locomotive is the transition.
RANDALL'S SUCCESSOR.
Richard Vaux, who has been nomi?
nated by the Democrats as the suc?
cessor of Samuel Rauda'1 from the
Third ?"JPerinsylvauia district.: is sav
caty-four years old. He. hasgheld a
number of important positions, among
them those of Secretary of the United
States legatiou at Londou, ami Mayor
of Philadelphia. It would be difficult
fo.r auy .man to till Mr. Randall's
place, and while , Mr. Vaux may
be ripe with the experience of a
long life, his extreme ;nge would
csrtainly ' indicate; ". that , he was
disqualified for leadership . or promi?
nent activity in a body as noisy and
turbulent as the National (Hou<s < l
Representatives^ .rt - -- r
PAST ALL
PRECEDENT
OVER TWO MION DISTRIBUTED.
Louisiana Stats Lottery Co mail
I Incorporated by the Legislature,
; for educational and charitable pur
| poses, and its fraaacliise made a part
I of the present state constitution in
1879 by an overwhelming popular
vote.
! Its MAMMOTH DRAWINGS take
Elace 8emi-annually, (Jnne and
December), and its" Grand Single
! Number Drawings take place in each
j of the other ten months of the year,
i and are all drawn in public at the
i Academv of- Music, New Orleans, La.
! . -. .
! FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS,
! For integrity of its drawings, and
prompt payment of prizes,
Attested as follows:
! " We do hereby certify that tec super
j vise the arrangement for all the
\ monthly and semi-annual drawing*
I ofthe Louisiana State Lottery Com
I pany, and inpersan manage and con-,
trol'thedrawings theni*dDesxand that
\ the same are conducted zci(h Iionesty,
\ fairness, and in good faith toward all
' parties.and we authorize the company
\ to use this certificate, withfac similes
of our signatures attached., in its ad
! vertisemtnts."
Commissioners.
I We the undersigned Banks ami
! Bankers will pay all prizes drawn
? in Vie Louisiana State Lotteries which
j may be presented at our counters.
I R. M.Walmsley,President Louisiana
! National Bank.
Pierre Lanaux, President State Na
! tional Bank.
i A. Baldwin, President New Orleans
! National Bank.
j Carl Kohn,President Union National
! Bank.
i Mammoth Drawing:.
i At the Academy of Music, New Or
! leans, Tuesday, June 17th, 1890.
Capital Prize, $600,000.
100,000 Tickets at $40 each; Halves
$20; Quarters, $10; Eiths, $5; Twen?
tieths, $0: Fortieths, $4.
LIST OF PRIZKS.
, 1 prize of: $000,000 is.$600,000
1 prize of 200,000 is. 200,000
1 prize of luO.000 is. 100,000
; 1 prize of 30,000 is . 50,000
; 2 prizes of 20,000 are. -10,000
5 prizes of 10.000 are. 50,000
j 10 prizes of 5,000 are. 50,000
i 25 prizes of 2,000 are. 50,000
: 100 prizes of S00 are. 80,000
1 200 prizes of 000 are. 120,000
; 500 prizes of 400 are. 200,000
APPROXIMATION PRIZKS.
100 prizes of $1,000 are.... $100,C0D
i 100 " of 800 are. 80,000
100 " of - 400 are. 40,000
TWO NL'MBKR TERMINALS.
, 1,008 prizes of $200 are .$830,600
1 3,144 prizes, amounting to....$2,150.600
N?TE?Ticket's drawing capital
; prizes are not entitled to terminal
prizes.
AGENTS WASTED.
i For club rates or any further
I information desired, write legibly to
: the undersigned, clearly stating your
; residence, with state, county, street
: and number. More rapid return mail
' delivery will be assured by your en
? closing an envelope bearing your full
address.
IMPORTANT.
Address M. A. DAUPHIN
New Orleans, La.,
i or M. A. DAUPHIN,
Washington, D. C.
By ordinary letter containing money
! order issued by all express companies,
! New York exchange, draft or postal
: note.
I Address REGISTERED LEITERS COMAISIXC CURRENT
i to New Orleans National Bank, New
Orleans, La.
j Remember that the payment of
! prizes is guaranteed by: four Na
I tional Banks of New Orleans, and the
j tickets are signed by the president of
; an institution whose chartered rights
i are recognized in the highest court;
I therefore, beware of all imitations or
anonymous schemes.
One dollar is the price of the small?
est part or fraction of a Ticket issued
by us in any drawing. Anything in
our name offered for less than a dollar
is a swindle. a-pl 22"wedfri & sun.
J. Er ftftulcare & Co,
Manttfacturers of
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
And dealers in all kinds of Cooking
and Heating Stoves. Plumbing, and
Gas and Steam fitting donO. Tin
roofing a specialty. Satisfaction guar?
anteed. No. 115 First avenue, Roan
oke, Va. ap5-tf
K G. DUN 4 CO.
Beg to announce that t;ey have
opened a branch of their Mercantile
Agency in 'Lynchburg arid in future
all Roanoke subscribers will. be
promptly served from there.
A. D. WIMAN,
mylO-Ot Lynchbnrg Manager.
QUSTAF BOTTIGER, Architect
Graduate of the
ROYAL POLYTECHNICS
of Stockholm and Gothenburg,
Sweden. Plans and Specifications
delivered on 6hort notice. Correspon?
dence solicited.
Office Masonic Building, Roanoke, Va.
?? - , r A t '
MONEY TO LOAN ON T.IME, ^ND
payments; to suit borrower. People's Per?
petual Loauand Building Association, of Roan?
oke, Va. A.'/.. Kolner. president; M. C. Thomas,
vice president; W. F. Winch, secratary and
treasurer. Room I, Masonic Temple, Campbell
street. Paid up shares. $50 each. Installment
sharae, 51 per month. Borrowers cnu at any
time secure aloan and'fix their own limit of
tho period for repayment.
As a savings oank this institution offers' spe?
cial inducements, installmentishores may be
subscribed for at any time. Interest is allowed
on moneys placed with the association.
Tliis association ia .doing .a suucessful. busi?
ness, paying semi-annual divi lends, and is a
dc6iraaic investment for capital. apl-tf.
OTICE.?THE STALLS IN THE j
Third Ward Market ?will be- rented'
at 3 o'clock on Wednesday; the 14th \
instant. ? ? ,j
,JBy vordezirftftttbe.7$sirr*wa?fi 4Jjbe
Public Property Committee. zny7-lw(
FINE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS PROPERTY,
IN ?HY APRT OF ROANOKE, CALL C if OR ADDRESS.
L. L. P O W E L L '& G O MP ANY,
met) Wit
Roanoke. Va. Office; Stewart Building, Third Avenue, Opposite City Postoffice.
SON AND BLOOD TAINT,
Several bottles of Sttiit's Specific (S.S.S.)
entirely cleansed my system of contagious
Wood poison of the Very worst type.
Wm. S. Loo.mis, bhreveport, La.
CURES SCROFULA EVEN
IN ITS WORST FORMS.
T had scRori'LA in ISS-i .and cleansed my
* svstem entirely from it by taking :>e\en
1 have not had any synvp
CW.Wn.cox,
Spartanburg, S. C
TIME TABLE,
Daily Except Sunday
announcement cards.
system
bottles of S
toms since.
HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF
CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
Treatise on Blcod and Skin Diseases mailed
' ?ree. Swift Sveofic Co.. Atlanta,
feb 25 ly
INTERNATIONAL
TYPEWRITER 1
Cars will letf>e lor park, at corner
Commerce street ami Sheuandoah
avenue at 8.00, 0.30, aud 11.00 a. m.,
1.30, 3.00 and 4 30 p. ra.
TO THE VOTERS OF ROANOKE
CITY.
I hereby iu\vvov\v\ve\\\yw\?.to. ta\i\U\\<\.^
for reflection to the office of Com
missioner of the Revenue. 1 take the
opportunity of thanking my friends
for the coulidence reposed in me am.
ask a continuance of their support.
Very Respectfully,
aprO inaySS O. M. TURNER.
OF THE GIT!
! \TORFOLK & W
- ! U uoap.
ESTERN RAIL
T OF ROANOKE
Returning, leave park at 8.45, 10.16 I j \ bfe^ announce myself a eandi
d 11.45 a.m., 2.15, 3.15 and 5.15 p.m. j f?X?S T
SUNDAY M.'IIEDULE
itv Treasurer. Election t(
be held Thursday, May 22nd, 180Q
Earnestly soliciting your support,
am most respectfnil v,
Cars will leave for Driving Park i aprO-maySS C. W. THOMAS.
verv hour, commeucing at 8.00 a. m. ? -? ,? ,?.
very nour, me ? TI'O THE VOTERS OF TUB < TH
ROANOKE AND VINTON LINE, i <) p ROANOKE.
Cars will leave front of Union Pas?
senger depot daily for Vinton every
30 miuutes, commencing at 8.00 a. m.
J. F. CHRISTIAN,
an 3-tf General Manager.
I take this method of announcing
myself a candidate for the office o
mayor of this city, and respectful];
ask your support. If elected I prom
ise a faithful and efficient discharg
of the duties of the olllce.
v?rv respectfully,
; aprp everett PERKINS.
COMPANY.
for the office of constable at
VllN IUFn LAI ^INbiUH I election to he held on Thur.Mhiy,J
rpo THE VOTERS
1 CITY.
I hereby announce
OF ROANOK1
myself a band
th
. Ma
I22nd, 18!H). ProiuisiiiK to serve yd
to tin' best Of my ability if elected,
? Jeflersou street and NorlolR ave-; ^nU.. ^ ^ur support. '
i. On and alter Sunday, December j * g ? J MVD. MOSS.
Dummy leaves every hour from co*
ner Jeflersou street and Norfoll
uue
3, 1880, the fare will he as follow, ?,....
City limits, 5 cents; Vintou 10 cent,, j rJ'? IHElgM^^THE Ui
Tickets urn be purchased at mluc.nl [ j ^ tWa mothod of ^ncrancln :
I]1 rates by applying to the conductor or | ,uyBeif a candidate tor the treasuret -
jl'at tlie office of the Company (Didusj Uhip 6f the city, andmosti-espectfull ?
, building). J. F. CHRISTIAN, j ask your favorable support forth'
jau4-lf
Cenrl Mnnn?er
A strictly first-class machine. Fu.iy
' warranted. Made from very best mr
terial, by skilled workmen, and wit i
? the best tools that have ever beei] RUBBER STAMPS
devised for the purpose. Warraute.i
! to do all that can be reasonably ei
? pected of the very best typewrite
extant. Capable of writing 15'.'
. words per minute?or more?accordin :
i to the ability of the operator.
Price SIOO.OO.
? It there is no agent in y?ui low; ,
j address the manufacturers.
THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
: Agents wanted. parish', N. y.
f no 9tf
WILBUR S.POLEJC()i'i
Election 22 May 1800,
SAM E S. SHAFER.
MANUFACTURERS ok
STEEL DIES,
STENCILS.
SEAL PRESSES,
HOUSE NUMBERS,
DOOR PLATES,
KEY' TAG
BADGES,
ETC.
rpRUSTKE'S SALE.
By virtue of a deed of trust, made
bv Melvin Persinger and Rachaei, h >
wife, dated the 25th of January, 188t?-,
aud recorded in deed book 16; page
185, Of the Clerk's office Of the Hust?
ings Court for the city of Roanoke,
I Va., conveying certain real estate
j therein described, to secure to Mrs*.
' Ida Bachraeh the payment of a ce:
j tain sum of money. rts> m1 ntioced in
! said deed, and defaoui ing beea
ma<le in the payment oi i he said sui 1
to the amount of $159.15,iias: of th s
date, I shall, as trustee, at the re?
quest of the said Ida Bachraeh, o.i
I iriie 20th Day of May.
Satisfaction
wm
on all
guaranteed.
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE,
dec 8 Gm
Tie Citizens Bant of Boanoke
ItoanoliO, Virginia*
Salem A Venice, between Jefferson
and Henry Streets,
J. B. Levy, President. Late cashier
Commercial Bank, Roanoke, Va.
John Ott, Cashier. Late cashier
City Bank, Richmond, Va.
Accounts of banks, bankers, corpor?
ations, merchants, and individuals
solicited. Our facilities for doing a
land lying and being in the city t f
Roanoke. Va., bounded and describe:!
as follows: Beginning at a point o i
; the north side of the old Lyncnburr
! and Salem turnpike, thence a nortl
: erly direction 20 feet to a point, thenc e
a -"westerly; course 26 feet to a poin .
? thence a southerly course 28j feet t? n
; point on said turnpike, thence a.:
, easterly course with said turnpike to
\ the beginning, it being a portion cl
'the same lot of land conveyed xj
' George Persinger by Benj. Colvii,
! said lot or parcel of land lies betwee i
I the lands of George Persinger on the
east and Henj. Colvin on the west,
j : TERMS?Cash as to $19&15 and tin
residue upon credits to be made
; known at the day of sale.
HOBT. E. SCOTT,
inyG-12t Trustee.
Tabe no Oboes unlen
W. L. Donclnr,' name an;
price aro stamped on tb e
bottom. If the dealer cannot supply yo? .
Ito factory, enclosing 3?vurtieeJ
Wm. F. BASER. WM. H. a ft klky?
il
position.
aplOrtf
10 THE VOTERS OF THE f'lT
OF ROANOKE.
T hereby announce myself ;i cane!
date for the olllce of sergeant, ah
respectfully ask your support at th
election to be held May 22na. A
experience of nearly four years &
fleptttv sergeant of tnis city has mad
ine familiar with its duties If f ai
elected I pledge myself to faithful!
discharge my duty as an officer.
Respect fullv,
aplO-tf_j. b. traynha:,i.
wo THE VOTERS OP-THE C1T
1 OF ROANOKE.
I hereby announce myself a cam.
date for city sergeant; election to b
held Thn'rsdav. May 22nd; 1-1'
EaTiiestly'solieiting your support,
am most respect full v.
apl7tom22 ' E. C. WELSH.
" 0 t11E V CTE rs <?V ROA n < > KI?!
T
Room No. !), Second Floor, Mooniaw
Block, South Jeflersou Street,
ROANOKE, VIRGINIA.
City Property, Farms and Mineia
Lands sold. Correspondence
ap:j-tf Soiipited
for
cemtlemen.
Fine Calf. Heavy Laced Grain and Creed ?
moor 'Waterproof.
Best in the -world. Exaniino nig
85.00 GENUINE HAND-SKYVKD NHOll.
#4.00 HAND-SKWKD WELT SHOE.
83.80ror.TCE A>"D FARMERS' SHOE.
* 83.60 EXTRA VALUE CALF SHOE.
{?.25 & 82 WORKINGS? EN'S SHOES.
: 89.00 and 81.75 BOYS' SCHOOL SHOEt.
All runde in t'ouprew, Button And Lace,
*d & $2 SHOES lafd?igs.
81.7? SHOE FOR MISSES.
Beet Material, Best Style: Best Eittrof !
TO. Z>. Doutflao, Brockton* Blast. Soid by
E. H STEWART" S CJ
?Carry a beautiful line of?
japanese goods,
ANTIQUE OAK DINING
?and?
CHAMBER SUITS.
A full stock of everything in the
F u r ii i t u T e Lino
citxi be found at their mammoth stoie
fronting on Salem avenue and Camp?
bell street.
feb21-tf
I hereby announce myself a cand -
elate for the ofliee of city sergeant c .'
Roanoke and respectfully ask thesuj ?
I>ort of my friends and the voters : '
the City: if elected I will discharg'
the duties of the office faithfully an 1
to the.beifcof my ability.
aplMf AM.TONES.
UORCOMMt ^' WEALTH S ATT?)i -
r NEY.
I respbetfufly announce myself t
candidate for re-election to the oflk ?
of Commonwealth^ Attorney for tb ?
City of Roanoke. pledging myself, i i
the event of election for the ensuing
term, to a continued impartial an 1
faithful discharge of the duties of th i
oilice. ROY B. SMITH.
pOJl CLERK,OF COURT. ;
Having served for the unexpire .
term of my predecessor, 1 respectful! '.
announce myself a candidate for elei ?
tion of clerk of the Corporation Com
for the ensuing term. If elected .
pledge a faithful and diligent per?
formance of the duties of the office.
Respect fnllv,
apl3tOmy32 S. S. BROOKE.
nno MY FELLOW CITIZENS G '
1 ROANOKE CITY.
I liereby announce myself a cand -
date for commonwealth's attorney f: r
the city of Roauoke, at the ensuiu ;
May election, and respectfully solic. ;
vour support. Respectfullv,
" ap20toiu2i THOS. M. WOO.'. .
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MY SEI. \
I a candidate for constable of the. ci: ?
of Roanoke, and respectfully solici
the support of lfiy friends in t): >
municipal election. Having for
number of years held a similar pos -
tion in . another part of the State. !
feel qualified to perform the dutit ;
of the oilice, aud Si elected shall et -
deavor to do so without partiality
malice to anyone. Respectfully, *
THOMAS R. GLLMORi
Schedule in effect May Utb. 181)0.
' WEST BOUND. I
lkav2j roanoke.
10:00 ji m. Daily; arrive Bristol 4M
p m. Stops at all sta?
tions, connecting at Rad
ford with trains ou New
Ri ver Branch; aariviugPo
cahontas at 3:35 p m.
5:-15 p in. Daily, arrives Eadford 7.2C
p. m., connecting with
New River branch at 7M?
p. m., for Bluefield and
1'ocahontas; arrives Poca
hohtas 10:55 p. m. Arrives
Bristol 11:20 p. m., con?
necting with E. T., V. i
G. R. R. for all points
south and west; lias
Pullman Palace Sleeper,
Roanoke to Rome, via
Calera and Roanoke to
Memphis without change.
7:05 a m. Daily, arrive Rudford 9:15
a m, connecting-with New
River ('ranch. leaving
Radford 12:10 p.m.,'arrives
Bristol 12.40pm;, connects
with E. T., V, & Gh R. R.
for all points south and
west; has Pullm?h P?l?cd
Sleeper from Roanoke t i
New Orleans without
change.
EAST Ho CM).
LEAVE ROANOKE.
5:25 a m. Daily; f.^r Lynchbuig, P< -
tersburg, Richmond, (vi i
Petersburg and ILA: P. K.
RM) Norfolk and interme?
diate points; Connects at
Lyhchburg with V. M. R.
R. for Washington and ?.i
east, leaving Eynchburg
7:10 a m daily. Arrive;
Norfolk 2.00 p in conneid -
ing with steamer lines to
Baltimore and New York.
7:00 p m. Daily; for Lynchburg and
intermediate stations.
10:10 a m. Daily; arrives Lynchburg
ll:fj!i a tn.connecting with
V. M. R. R. for all point:
north, arriving Washing?
ton 7:05 p in; arrives Pe?
tersburg -!:20 p.m; arrives
Richmond, via R. & P. R.
R,, 5:05 p m; arrivesNot
folk 7.00 p m;
Cripple Creek Extension?Leave:
Pulaski 8:15 a m. Daily except Bun
day, and ILOO p m. Daily, arrive Ivan
hoe 9:45 a m and 4:H0 p m. Returning
leave Ivauhoe 10:25 a m. Daily ezceul
Sunday, and 5:25 p m. Daily, arrive
Pulaski 11:55 a m and (J::J0 p m.
All inquiries as to rates, route--, etc.,
promptly answered.
W. B. Bevill,
Gen'1 Pass, and Ticket Agi nt
CttA!?. O. Ei)ny. vicetpheeideht,
Hene.rai t IffioOll, Roanoke.
IL
pOR CITY SERGEANT.
I hereby announce myself a candi?
date for the office of city sergeant, aru [
respectfully solicit the'snppprt of th
voters of Roanoke. If elected I w;
try to discharge the duties of.th
office honestly and faithfully, Elec?
tion, Thursday, May 22.
aplO-tf ANDREW L. PITZER.
janlleod-6m tu th sat
j.e,hockaday7
the pioneer
i?ROPE?N'HOTEL AND?AF3
J. F. Mar.'Shax.l & Co., Prop'rs.
NUMBER 15, SALEM AVE.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
MEALS AT
REAL ESTATE M?i?lS
in every uni
Rooms handsomely furnished with
antique oak furniture.
DRINKS of
I?EVERY DESCRIPTION - -
to the voters of the cit!
. of Roanoke. .
I hereby announce myself a cand.
date for the office of mayor of thj
city, and very respectfully ask you
support at the coming election, Th u n
day, May 22, 1800. and if elected wh
promise a ,faithful discharge of th
duties devolved upon me.
. Very respectfully,
pl?-2tde E. fi. HAISLIP.
rp?l'he^oYERS of ROANOK1
1 city.
I hereby'announce myself- a cand;
date for city sergeant, and solici
your support-for the same. Proinh
ing if elected to discharge the dutie
of the office faithfully and impartially
Respectfullv,
ap27-tf J.A.'pag-E.
P'?rm?yor7~ ' ; ~" .
At the request of a large number c
yoters of Roanoke. Ihereby announc ?
myself a candidate for the office c:'
mayor, at the election to be held Ma ?
22. wm. G. EVANS.
rpo THE VOTERS OF FIRST war! '<
At thereqest of .numerous voters, I
annoupcemiysel'f a, candidate for th ^
j offiee' jof-lCounc^hqan for the Fir?
{-Ward,' and respectfully solicit yon ?
support.
mv7-tf edmund didier.
a. h. gorlev. President.
S. p. uori.ey, Vice President.
j. s. sniMONS, Sec'y and Treas.
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| ? i A J iV/j . I
Roanoke City; Va.
; ,, OFFICE:
105 First St., S. W.
First National Bank Building.
myll-3m
? R E E.?STENOGRAPHY AND
^ typewriting fres.1 First-class faci -
ities and best of teachers. AddreB? >? . ]i. ? . ,' '
[With stamp for return postage. \ 'We keep the following brande of
" rriTii^ ? r?? nrcTT TdTRc en whiskey on hand: Belle of Nelson,,
TH E PARISH MFG. CO., , Gibson;Huilter, WUson. Walker's Ol I:' WRacturersof first-class Brick c
?Q09U _ -_Parish.; N. Y. \ Mftlt>: j^iderney and Clover Club: i all Muds, including No. 1 Press Brick
These are among the finest vrhiseys j Draining',..^e^ &p. r Works onWes
Campbell street, Roanoke, V^ Bo:
913. aprl-8m
WEST END
CHENANDo;,H '."ALLE Vi
O ::OAl>. ? ' -1
??. F. Trt,r:s. Rncarrcr.
Schedule in effect February 9, 1890.J
; .IRIUVIv AT It'tAr.ii -;;:.
5-00 pi in.- Daily?Memphis' E.vpre:-.-.
.from Haters town and tlxc
nbrth. Through \Pul!m;: i
"sleeping rears -iTom Ne'\
York and Philadelphia tc
Chattanooga and Mem?
phis via- Harrisburg, Ha
gerstown and , Roanoke
7.40 a.m. Daily? New Orleans a
press from New York,
Philadelphia and Bait.
, more, making connection
through to the south
Carries through Pullmai
palace buffet sleeping ca
from Philadelphia to Ne\
Orleans withont change
via H.nrisburg, Hagerf
towu, Roanoke, Cleve?
land, Calera, and L. k iL
R. R.
LEAVE ROANOKE.
6.00 a.m. Daily?Baltimore expre;;
froiu all points south for
Washington, Baltimore,
Harrisburg, Philadelphia
and New York. Car?
ries Pullman palacf
buffet sleeping car from
New Orleans to Philadel
phia without change, via
L. & N. R. R, Calera,
Cleveiaud, Roanoke, Ht1.
gerstown and Harrisburj:
7,05 p. iu. Daily?New York and
Philadelphia express,
from Memphis, Chat?
tanooga and all
points south. For Phil?
adelphia and New Y'ork,
carries Pullman Palac ?
buffet sleeping cars
through to Philadelphia
and New Y'ork via Roa?
noke, Hagerstowu and
Harrisburg.
Ticketagents will furnish all infor
mation and through schedules upon
application to
O. HOWARD ROY ER.
G. P. & T. Agent, Roanoke. Va.
J. F. WlNGFIELD
Insurance and
REAL
AGENT, ROANOKE, VA.,
INSURES
uildings, Bridges,
Mills, Crops,
Live Stock,
Merchandise, Wood, Lumber
"Tells
Dwellings, Furniture,
Farms, Town Lots,
Stores, Minend ana
timber lands:
G^-143 SALEM AVE. P. O. Box SO
feb2-tf
To The Public.
I am now prepared to furnish in
any quantity ''Picket Wire Fence." i
manufacture my. own goods aud can
sell as loiv as anybody- a full supply:
kept on Ivand. 1 alst>? keep dressed
picket "for" vards. Oders rectale
prompt attention. My office is corner
Park and Loudon streets, on dummy
line; P. 0. Box 252. Awaiting your
orders, I am respectfully,
WILSON WERTZ,
mar21-2m
KAVE YOUR DINING ROOM CEIL
ing nicely decorated in either oil
or -water colors. Carr can do it.
mar?-tf
rtARR THE SIGN WRITER, COR
\J ner Third avenue and First street
N. W. uiarG-tf
rpHEPEVVILLBE AMEETINft Ol? i dstilled.
JL thp Kqanoke Gun Club, at the.atacBpf,Ilv ?
I myll-tf M. T. C. JOKDAN, Pwaldent,
.^Billiard and pool rckJiaa attached.
feb20-tt
THE STRONGEST ' FINANCIAL
Institution in Southwest Virginia
The Roanoke Trust Loan and Safe
Deposit company. Capital and snr^
,plu3, $182,000. Pays interest on de?
posits. d?e26-tf.
WEST LYNCHB?EG LAM
JtOfJ 1 !
Oflers for sale, by subscription, fir u limited time, one thousand good
average lots on its property, embra dug U0? acres, near the thriving City of
Lynchburg, Virginia, with its 30,000 i habitants, and numerous manufacturing
establishments now in prosperous ope ation.
Two hundred and fifty thousand d liars cash from .--ale of stock, which will
al! be in hand by the first of Seplembe next,' is pleged towards the improve?
ment of the lands and fostering inaqu acturing establishments on the property.
PLAN OF SALE.
The lots ure in process of being 1: id oil', regularly, and will be completed by
ilie 1st July next with number, hiock mdsection. They are sold to subscribers
at $200, of which $50cash must accuncpa'riysubscription, when the name and
residence is entered and a numbered r ceipl given; specifying the contract. The
owuership of lots will be determined t / nu impartial drawing. The company
reserves each alternate fifty feet, or di able lot, thus retaining a similar character
of lots as tla-.se sold.
*):' Iheso 1.000 '.ots. one-fourth of hem are double lots, 50 feet freut, 12.T
leet il>;ep; tnrac-fouril/s are single lots 25 lecc front, 125 feer deep.
On a day named, of which each bu
tu advance, tickets numbered from ou'.
deposited in another box, eontaiuh'g tj
it represents, uniform with same iod:
laid r,,r. These tickets will he drawn
corded at the time. A given number <
eceintheld ?xea the ownership,
r 1
When thus determined the com:
ranty of title at any time wanted, bnt
lu close the transnctiou by taking a St
three seper.ite Goaotiaoie notes for lift
eighteen months after date, with six \
secured by a trust deed on the proper
deed, it not thus closed by the 1st oi
forfeited as liquidated damages to the *
jscriber will be notified by mail ten days
up, to correspond with number of tickets
o number, block and division of esch lot
cations <m the printed map.of the section
iut in succession from each box and re
raws a certain lot, and thr.t number on
my will execute a deed with general war
.he-holder of purchase receipt is required
id by the 1st August. 1890, and executing
,? dollars each, payable six, twelve and
jr cent, interest, which notns arc to be
y conveyed contemporaneous with Iho
August, 1800, tlie cash payment f-hall be
omnany.
Benefits c-f this Plan,
The price* fs lo w, the lots valuabl ?, of an average character, iccjudiug e?is
ner lots. There is one chance in four of drawing n double lot and the privilege
is civeu at -time;/to.discharee-the $ ptes given For deferred payments, fey the
paid r.ftsti^iiflccinjpdny. U \;\'
Aside from the exlrabrdm?ry'low p Ida for lots -situated as these are, .con?
tiguous to a large and prosperous city the subscribers to these have tbe su^ranty
of the company that the alternate lot* retained, of sani^ character and dimen?
sion*, shall be sold at public auction c : orthcrwrse, during the next, year for'icia
than $200, without participating ;u t: : privilege or paying for them in the stock
of tlie company.
To those not familiar with the sit .ation of Lynchburg, it may be proper to
mention that the city is located tnidw. .?between Nohlolk and Bristol and mid?
way between New York and Atlanta, 'in., on the south bank of James river,
125 miles from tidewater at Richmordi At the northern terminus of the
Lynchburg and Durham Railroad and : t the junction of the
Three Great Soutlu ru Railway Systems,
The Richmond aud Danville, Norfolk: na Western, and the Chesapeake a'td
Ohio. ?::.,??'. |.T> : - 'in i ? : ? ,.jr
The West Lynchburg Land com mpy's property embrace8 900 acres of
which it is estimated that 200 acres w 11 be dedicated to streets u nd avenues and.
150 acres reserved for manufacturing ? des, along the railroad and streams flow?
ing through the property.
There must soon be a beltrailroc , joining the Norfolk and Western with
he Richmond and Danville and the D irham road, which will pass over 'las
roperty a mile and a half.
V i'i
A Northern company proposes to juild ao electric railway to aud through
this property in a brief time, conuectit?it. with the grand -Central. depot- ou
James River, in a tlfleeu minutes ride.
?S^Those desiring to invest in th s scheme can do. so through local laud
agents, or they may remit $50 for eac. lot desired to the West Lyncbburg Laud
Company, with names and address pk nly written, upoo receipt of which their
nuines will be. recorded in reguir.r succ ssion and a numbered receipt with cou
tract, forwarded the subscriber.
April 17th 1890. .?' ;'f'
1 i,6ii?:, fodfll&Ud tiki* 3m
W.'W F L A ^1N A G A N, P resident.
Oscar Reiers?n, Secretary
ap2Clia
my
:'.r.U-iU ?---V yd
Real Est ite Agents,
>>?' bi b-!-.i j-i ivbr, 7!i',mio'f.
ftt'.iM< yuiflfjjj sw
Have just placed on the nurket the Beautiful Lots of the -??
HYDE PARK LAND COMPANY,'
FOR FROM $25C TO $300; PERLOT. , . . ,:I ,
! ?hvjf* biMwii?twan tat*
At t?rms to suit all purchasers?$ JO cash, balance in monthly mstalmvo A?
at $10 per mouth. These are the morit beautiful and conveniently loefcjadiota
the city. We also have
Verj Desirable Houses
In all parls of the city on monthly j lymep'ls. ' Stop paying rent an?. coat
once and get a bargain.
/ Francis B,JCemaJt Qo.
w. p. cip 'HBsf"
^AtTENTB^gjBjREAL ESTATE
Oflice Moomaw Building Jeff: son Street. Sell or "Exclmng e
Houses and.Ut^ ,,B^pke w^yiijp^Bftv
,?..??.?, GIVE Ufr.A CALL .
I -JEWELER,
80. 5 Salem'' Avenue^ ^iililU ?TJi?j ^
mtXf REPAIRING PROMPTLY ESffiCtm

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