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GIVE US A LOOK IF YOU WISH TO BUY OR NOT.
Souveniers to all Visitors.
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new england clothing .company i ?
: . . .aaaborf vir? j
3 Preparations
mierafive,
AND
Expectorant
j O@33son9pfion Oared.
The: judge of Hanover
County Speaks.
Tim. Howard wnTered for three years
with lung and throat troubles, and Ja-st
; spring was thought by his neighbors to
be dying. I hervd of his condition and
! gave him A. 8. C. Tonic. Its effect was
; magical, in a very short time he was
; able to leave his bed, and now regards
, himself a we!) man. Others in this
j vicinity have taken the ??Tonic" with
, pronounced benefit.
Very respectfully,
S. C. REDD,
Beaver Dam Depot. Hanover Co.. Ya.
SOLD BY ALL~DRUGGISTS.
? ? Treatise an K3t^.a and Skia diseases
Ofmail ?re& Address
I. 0, CHEMICAL CO.,
;7S. J2th ST., RiCHMOND, VA. I
hey have done for me. I have been j
roubled with dyspepsia for years, i'
iommeneed ihe u-;-'.'.f your Burdock
.'^lood Bitrers ami ihevhave hromrht ?
m ? oat all riirht. The use of three
but:;-.'.-, conferred the great beneiit,
for which 1 feel profoundly grateful.
1 will never lie without it."
an!4 d ly WM. H DELKER.
<;kavs si'iMtn jjkoui.vje.
1 HADE MASS The GreatTfiADE MARX j
English Keui
edy. An un?
failing cure
for Seminal
Weakh ess.
Spermator
rhea, Impo-^^V?''
|5F3RE;TA|U8ait?DC>"i ""?UFTES TAR I KG.
all ?aseasi "that follow as a sequence
of Self-Abuse: as lo.>s of memory, Uni?
versal Lassitude.pain in tlie back.dim?
ness of vision, premature old age, and
many other diseases, that lead to m
nity or consumption and a preema
are grave.
EpHFull particulars in our pamphlet,
which we desire to send free by mail
to every one. B35"The Specific Medi?
cine is sold by all druggists at si per
package, or slx packages for $5, or
will be sent free by mail on the receipt
of the monev, by addressing
THE GRAY' MEDICINE CO.,
Buffalo, >T. Y
On account of counterfeits, we have
adopted the Yellow Wrapper; the only
genuine.
Sold in Roanoke, Ya., by Budwell,
Christian <S; tfarbee. janMd ly
-ABOR
BRAD FIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA^
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ?"
jnn 1) 1 yr_
I WEE BENTS
For this quarter and
GAS BILLS
for month of April are now due
and payable at COMPANY'S office.
Gas bills, if paid before the 10th
instant, a discount of 12* per cent,
allowed.
NO DISCOUNT on bills paid after
the 10th instant;
Failure to receive a bill does not en-1
title consumer to the discount.
Lime for Fertilizing and Disinfect- \
ing, also Gas Tar for sale.
Applications for' extensions, im?
provements, taps, purchases and all
other matters relating to Gas ori ]
Water shoul d be made to
J. G. Rawrv
Manager.
ROANOKE OAS AND WATER "CO
No. 11 Third Avenue, Southwest
tf ? ?-. - ? .- . ? ;
-\TOTICE.?SEALED PROPOSALS
jJN will be received until May SB; at 10 o'clock
a m.. for!he repair and onlrtrgement of the
public school building at \ inton, Vr. Plans
and speelllcatlons can bo seen by calling on V,.
1' Mooinaw, No. 32, Campbell street, Iioanoke,
Va Bias niay be left with W P.Moomaw,
KoauoKo, Va., Dr. .George T. Walker. Yinton,
or the. unclersiirnecl through city postofBcc./he
>xjard reserves the right to reject any ami all
trdP X>- E. KEFAUVBIt,
BRISTOL,
Va. & Tenn,
Bristol land i)o.,
Mai iffilil Si
AT UKISTOL.
?fter for sale, at auction,
I, 00O Business ami
lUsUlenc?? Loks?
From its additions to the city of Bri
tol, Va.
Bristol is situated on the Stab- line,
between Va. and Term.; at ttre junc?
tion of the Norfolk and We.-fern and
East Tenn. Va. ami (5eaT. r.tilro.'uls: i.
the eastern terminus of the South At?
lantic and Ohio R. II.. e\TendU.glrom
Bristol into the coal Heids, ani ? ?.u
nectiug with the L. ami X R. K.. at
Big Stone Gap; and the Western
terminus of the Bristol; ELi;:. and 3D.
Oar. R. R., now building iuto theiich
ores of Doe Mountain and Ko?hc's
creek, in .Johnson onunty. Ti-nr-.
Bristol |s no: a "Paper" city ; it lias
a population of abont J'.Vie<> live, en?
ergetic people. is rapidly growing ami
is destined, to be one'ol the largosr
manufacturing cities.01 the South, li
lies within 3 hours of inexhaustio'
coking and dunie?tic coals, the rich
est iron ore in the D. S., and immens
bodies of virgin timber, allot whir:
reach Bristol via the S.A. and (?. an;.
Elizabeth ton roads.
Its advantages Of transportation and
nearness to markets, its elevation,
(nearly 1?(K) feet 1 delightful climate,
aud its solid basis in mineral wealth
and timber, present inducements foi
investments rarely met with. During
the past year, "over $1,000,000 have
been invested.
The Bristol Iron & Steel Co , (owned
by Pennsylvania iron men) has com?
menced the construction, on the Com?
pany's lands, of the largest furnace
plant iu the South.
"Wait for this sale; Go to it, and lake
advantage of an opportunity to in?
vest where returns must be large
and quick. Ample hotel accommo?
dations. Don't miss this
Grand Land Sale.
For particulars apply to
F. W. JIL'IDEKOI'BR, President;
F. FI. WEXTWORTH. Jr., Scc'v o':
Treas. 019, 14th St , Wash., D. C.
on to
II. W. BATES. Vice President.
Bristol Teun.
A few of the rcauy who have inveslcil
and are interested in the development
of Bristol are :
Wm. P. Clyde, Ex. Nortou. F. D.
Carley, Johu II. Inmau. F. W. Huide
koper. B. S. Clark, GeorgeS. Scott, II.
C. Fahnestock, Gen. T. Si. Logan. W.
G. Oakmati, and oilier-,, ol New York
City; Cordiey & Co., Nath. Thayer,
Chas. L. James, E. B. Abhott. E. A.
Adams, LewisiB. Russe!!, Ilenj, Deau,
F. S. & E. C. Shcrburne, Lee, Higgin
son & Co.. A. Cochane&Co., Jackson
& Curtis,.D, A. Gregg, Viles & Smith,
and many others of Boston, Mass.; ?.
W. Northcro3e, Worcester, Muss.;
Win. McGeorge, Jr., Chas.. II. Scott,
Justice Cox, Jr., Abraham S. Patter?
son, Wm. D. Jones, Sam'! Dickpon,
Geo. Burnham, W. H. Trotter, Wm.
II. Bennett, Edward-Easlhurn, David
Jenkins, Va. luvest men t Co., and oth?
ers of Philadelphia, Pa.; II. C. Mc?
Dowell, J. W. Gaulbert, St. Johu Boyle,
and others of Kentuckv; A. M. Shook.
N. Baxter, Jr., Nashville, Teun.; CoL
John C. Haskell, Colutnhia, S. C; Jos.
Brvan, W. R. Meredith, John L. Wil?
liams & Sou, W. O. Skelton. L. B.
Tatum, Allison & Addison. II. L.
C?helf, W. II. Fiournoy, R. G. Cabell,
Jr., and others. Richmond; Va ; J. F.
Rison, Danville, Va; Gen. R. A.
Ayres, H. W. Bates, Jo?. L. Kelly, and
many others of Va.
my3 to 16.__j_
tyetng,~
CLEANING and REPAIRING
You will save money by bringing
your dirty clothes to be cleaned or
dyed and repaired to me. Charges
moderate. Work first class.
JE ?, Vi/aisaky
Corner Campbell and Henry street*.
Roanok6. Vft. _tf
CO KT R ACT 1 N G.
Railroad Work,
Street Grading,
or Excavating of Any Kind,
Either In Earth or Rock,
by the Yard or on
Force Account.
I now have a road machine espe?
cially adapted to grading new streets
ancTsh?ping of old ones. The work
can be done neater and cheaper than
by any other method.
GRAVES SIMS,
tf.; P. O BOX 20. ROANOKE. VA.
FOR SALE CHEAP?A.FINE g^.
loon outfit, 18 foot counter^ walnirl
back bar. S. A. VICK.
ins i mm
Still keep the largest
assortment ol
HARDWARE
In Southwest Virginia.
_ ..i
They '-ave j'.i^t received a !$fgc$p]
? OK?
Lap Holies. Horse 0ov%?
Breech Loading Guns,
-A.\|i~
Sporting Goods,
j Miner's-and Railroad Supplie
A Specialtvi
17 and 19 Second Street, southwest.
it 1 woo"
Winter is coming and eyerybbtfyi
:"uld prepare foi It.
CLARE 4 KS A I)
ahotitas lamp Goal
1 DRY WOOD,
fcU . P AS jm CHEAPES'J
PROMIS DELIVERY
?CHUROa AND ROANOKE SITS.,
? TEi.lOMxvMB NO. 7(J
? nov'.OGp.
rtjom's for rent.
Offices abcl Rooms lor rcui In the
(Jity Hotel Building, which has recently
beeil converted into, ou office building.
best location in CITY.
'Management intend put'ing'a pas?cnger|
1 elevator in the bniidingi
Electric lights arid gas in all rooms,
j For terms, app'y !?>
tr. L. Powell & Co.,
;- (>:>P'"-:te Post?ffice.
j mj3-tf
?TUB DAN VI LEB
COMPANY.
Danville, Virginia
Vv". T. Suthorlin, President.
(reo. S. Sartin, Oeu*l Manager.;
We are prepared to furnish any.and
[jail kinds of fruit, shade and ornamen?
tal trees, plants, vines, etc., in any
quantify. Fine lot of roses and hed
!ding plants, and anything in the the
nursery line. Write us before buying.
Catalogue sent free, (ioood agents
wanted* GEO; S. SARTIN,
ajpll-j-liu Secretary and Manager. j
jirrnoMAs \v7miller,
At lorn ey- at - Law.
jj Office?N<>. lOKirk building,overI
jJohnson <$; Johnson's Druix Store.
ap2-tf
G. W. HANsliKUl.'?lI.
.SAM. O. WILLIAMS.
STTANSBROUGH & WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
[Room No.-11, - Mbomaw Building,
] Jefferson Street. Roanoke, Va.
:Will practice in the Hustings court of
jtlie city of Roanoke. Court of Ap?
peals of Virginia and United States |
district courts. mar2S-tf
jK; J. T. HILL,
Physician: and Surgeon,' :,
Offers his professional services to the j
citizens of Roanoke. ? I
Offlee overBudwell and Christian's.
Entrance Noi 0 Salem (First) avenue.
^OFFICE HOURS?
1 S tolOa; ni., 12 to 1 hi to tso
p. m:x?.3Q to 10 p. m. ;;epM('m
P L. WOOD, D. D. Si, DENTIST,
Smith's new Building, Salem avenue^
Roanoke, Va.
References?Prof. JaR. H. Harris,
Baltimore,' Md.; Dr.'Chas. L. Steele
Richmond, Va.. Dr. Leigh Bucknei?
Roanoke. if
J Hi S. MORRISON.
ATTORN E Y AT LA W.
O.Dl?c Room No. I, Thomas Build?
ing, Colin,(House, Square, :'Roanpfce?
jVk--?iUI rhusta?S8 prnm.ptijibttekfofrp
I;K.\ I. ESTATE AGENTS
improved and unimproved pconvrvt (fa
sale in ?'ll pari-? of;!.?. city.
UEXT1XGA S PIX.'IA LTV
Tiikoni.v Agents in tin: <. cry
that Hanb?K Kxcm sivki.y Vfcov.
[kKTY iNSIbli )f Tin; Coki^kation.
[and are Agents tor the Exchaiig'i
[Building and Investtneut Co?ipanv
I Your patronage r>spe< 'fu'.-y solicited
[No. Ill JcflVirsoa street, Rjanok?. V"si.
Gray & Bosw^ll
jan2-tf
Johntfon '& Johnson, Druggish
Roanoke, Va. to niy 12
mm s BROS.
MANfKACTL'KKKS OK
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
and dealer* iu all kindk of
COOKING and HEATING >TO VKS,
Plumbing and Gas-Fittim;. Roofing
Spouting and Jobbing.
-o
!l9 Salem Avenue. ROANOKE. VA
a:!;") 6in
PBOEESSIOSAy
] \V. HARTWELL, ' [v.dl
Attorney and Counselor at-Lan,
Offica, Room -1. Mooinaw Buildup,
[Jefferson street?, Roanoke citv, va.
: Will practice at Salem r.nd in the ad?
joining eountir*. (anted States Dis?
trict and Circuit Cuurts and Court or
Appeals. Special attention givcii to
k\ din's for collection. marl5-.lv
{ OST.-ON SALEM AVENTE.TWO
1j Negotiable notes of .*31k> each.sign
ed by J. .\. Fi-hburn and endorsed
;ed by Jnnius B. Fishbnrne payable
to the First National Bank of Roan
joke. Va. Said notes Were! dated on
;oi about April 21th, lb(J0, due in one
and two years from date. '
myUtrf. " Wallkr P. Hi;fk.
VOTICE.-THE FIRST ANNUAL
:li meeting of the stockholders.of the.
Southwest Virginia Real Estate In
jvestment Company will be held at the
office of the Virginia Development
Company; in the citv of Roanoke, Va.,
ton Monday, May ?10th, t8d&, at 10
jnYIock a. tu.
a. C. DENN1STON,
j niyfixmylS Secretary. :
aN^\cc?l''NT of bad HEALTH,
U I will close out my business to any
joiiA' wishing to purchase at first cost,
jless 100 per cent, for cash, or two
[thirds cash, balance thirty, sixty
and ninety days, less 5 per' "cent.-, the
best stand in Roanoke for i dry coods,
groceries and whiskey business, and
?Will rent the house for one or five
yeas. For further in formation call at
, this office. my 14 tf.
0. B. moomaw, j. JtfO. W. w?od8,
; Botetourt county, j Roanoke county,
MOOMAW & WOODS,
pi ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
\ n it practice in the courts of Roanoke
, city and county and counties adjoining. Will
attend tbe courts of Ttoanoke and Botetourt
egularly. Office?Salim Avenue, opposite
tewart's Furniture St ore, Eoanoke. Va
tf _
b. C+eiffin. i j. allen watjs.
Q.RIFFIN & WATTS;
ATTORNEYS-: AT-LAW,
Roanoke, - - - -. Virginia.
Office: Room No. 5, Kirk's building,
corner Salem avenue and Jefferson i St.
?yfiOHi'j if. I:.< -i;m;i>;ii. Oil) ?
i-; ? ?. ?:?rr-??. . ??? ?
WANTED.
|fooMfiiiiMBKAGCOMMO
I) dated.atRorerPark,Hotel. Nicelj
furnished rooms.; Large grounds.
Table set with the best the markel
I affords. MRS. CRAWFORD,
mar27-tf . Proprietoress.
WANTED?TWO RELIABLE EN.
i ergetic ageuts, salary from start
l or pommlssion for local man devotiot
I part-time- L. P. THURSTON & CO \
Empire Nurseries, Rochester, N. X
mnrl8-2m
s.w. -? njyiWx
^?'uoavl't b; fj?h??4iuai?i?&
.J?-TXittei
boys' suitsemmWMk"? v . ,
CHILDREN'S ? SUITS KE0.1I. $2 TO $10
|fpj flj ",mXM bMt, VOl'THX "'' '^"JS'Ioui
1 ? i n yV ??uLl 4^ *w 3? .,7/
CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS,
{ IN all styles
1?
3 hobsixtt
>riv
Furnishing Dep?rSeS'tompie^e"''
' - ? H \ l\ h H I ;i iJ
CLOTHllNlLll JV H f l M fl
?, - . - A 7/ A us AM .0 **/
Wrijjhl @r>ck .NHlV^i son Sti ert.
I R. GREENE &CQ?
SUCCi.SSOKS to
\ DUFFEY &?SEEN
?ilAVF/OI'ENEl) UP THEIR IMMENSE?*
SPRING STOCK,
And will be pleased to have the public
come aud examine it. i
if aarPHiiuES at tue bottom of Ti/B-&^,jgaJj--( ^
. [TO
1 tiT pi
Eoanoke, J[a,
. 5 1 1 H
? \> ^Ua. S
Pulaski City, Va.
_ Bluefleld, W. Va.
fhe above houses ojReV superior accommodations to the
^ Travelling Public. Sample .Rooms for Commercial Men.
FIH/BD.' zed. FOS5
tf
Vi
H. CHIPMAN. T. G. MASSIE. W. L. ANDREWS
? ? fcu i.jr-m I a ??? ? i n ?iHi w|| j?if
lOf/EALEM AVENUE, ROANOKE, VA.
. \-< ^ v_J j
City and Country property, Mineral! add Coal Lands sold. Houses aud Stores
rented andTCoIlecbons made.
Branch-Office- Salem, Van^tner'Collg?e-:?ve'?ueidrid'Majn-Btreet;
:CORRESP?^DENCE:SOLICED.'! ;' - : ??<? ?Iii ? ??? ?<?mar.2,7t ?.
. dry g0od8, ^01") books,
groceries, tH h H ;; ! w*W; / i-.i;
hardware, ^-AJllUl note lt i es.
Purchasing Agency,
1409 'Easterfl.Avenue, Baltimore, Md.,
and
he will furnish1 v'o&j ^e^'^act'bost of any article you may need and you
'' ;' wflT save money. 'decit-e'o w-6m " {
i-: j 0c.i6 ^>b*i?<J nv/ou>i Dfj&OO
, J5li.!: r>/ilVt#?^dVIBGINIA
?Qrr^pqndfiqc^^u^n^ ^
u*.rl<n,ct?
j l?oil vhy.li ulv.fci i A ai havioa ioooU>
^2qa .?ado d?- tot 0 02 I *
ap25-3m.
4 asV MvtfiuoQ IIo1
u u v
Mi j ;
.u
?!1 NELSO-k
H.,4. tt ^ ? t
K^&?gS6tfW &J,NSU?&S?E ?GT.
? AM) AGENT FOR
jPjie?Saleiji |m|r?veB|e?t fio^|pan$.
?ALSO AGENT FOR
TILE-.WES'L^ENI> I.AND'i(j(:)iSJRANY
and West Salem Land Company.
.tanl9.mr.-y 10 ;: OFFICE FN DCV-A f. HOUSE ROOM'' XO. \ '
?--~--i?^-w-!?:?j-!?ku-i2-,
WM:M: YAGER (?l?0.
Have Just Placed on the Market the Beautnul
H
' . i/.?t:;...or th|
Mit ID GLADE. LAND.. CDMPAJJ1ES
FOR FROM $75 to 8200 per lot at letms^o .-ml all. purub:uti;r.;. fjiu iu$50
C?sh? balance in mOuthly'in*tai!meni> -;l $1G j f r tnui'ith. Th'.- > '?!?.>:];:}?-, ]'?? -
petty and .very cheap, W?j have ? - , t ; - .
improved and Unimproved.
?PROPERTY" in-all par?^?T [Tu city on "MONTH i.T PaY.M lVS?>7~:f7M>
Gift's iS^lit ftpe HMii Ciiffipaij
MANUFACTURERS OF
RIPE#'HYDRAULIC ENGINE. OR RAM
For supplying
, ,; water tp
smaw^ownC 1
Factories.
Steam JjM
STOCK YARDS
'10 &\A/m?fr?. Ftc.
-and
1 For Irrigation,
Railroad Tanks,
ETC.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED; GOOD AGENTS WANTED
Office No. 3 Second avenue. S. W. Opposite Masonic Temple ?
nmtr,,. ... ... ......._-~_
m
R?THIS MiiaillllOTN''
riis?o iolnin 8???LIJ.3W<] . ii& 83JIOT8 jo isduina -r^-nd A
.;? ciiaoo -whan JJIM OKLIJOH /.
Is a fact which is proveif every tfav.lWh was nWfcf 'rim'fp 'f'imi ruxivtly-VcVified
lliau in tlie historv ol
RAPID, BUT SURE,
26enqis>sn3 I?ftteubn 5? 000,0028 aidftO
rias ever been tbemotto of her owu and heradopjcd s-ous who bave established
her as the.!;;\ ??OJ .j;! ,; U J -ji'1
O~0Sf.TTMLi LiiU? it LiuIlU
Great Industrialauc> Commercial Cenler of
The Nev* South. ... f .
on a grjTaarH
nie
want?Dwelling Rroperty, Business Blocks. Residence or Business Lots, Farms,
' e&^Si?&&?l?M?M^'^^^ Property on easy installraentt
'a specialty. It vnlT pay you to caH on or write us for information. Teams
always ready to show you any part of the city.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BOOM 8, MOOMAW BriIDING, JEFFERSON STEKKT
.-i urn: v-Mr// r..-.; If lit :-)d ?1! hotW)! fii gG'/lAvIHOI?
ROANOKE, VIRGINIA';, i': v;'
P. 0. BOX 324. ?>-,|,.-.P -trln-iij-Kif; ,it: ,i<.,i,t l.. .iuaq r/i'^l
J. E. ADAMS, 103 Railroad Avenue,
^ Whisl|e*, Brar^ies, Be^rjoy-Ice, Cip^s and Tobacco, .
iibsataUlmf&Jt^dL^ (fhiui^/and frogs. Nicely
farni hed dining and sitting rooms. ap25-8m

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