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something; to eat
Is what everybody is looking for. V\< have not the time nor space to enu?
merate the name of all w? lave in stock, but will say
COME AN D SEE JS.
You can surely find c\ i ything that is kept in
A FIRST-CLASS ( ROCERY STORE.
OUR PRICES WILL SUIT OU. YOUR PATRONAGE
IS SOLICITED. LESPECTFULLY,
TO THE PUBLIC
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
nouncing to the public that wo ar <i
receiving daily our
SPRING AND SUMMER GOOK.
?SUCH AS A FINE LINE OF?
c. c. to: pkins.
C. L. HATCHER.
ALLEN, TOMPKIXS & HATCHER,
REAL ESTA TE AGENTS.
OFFICE?Main Street, Opposite I nel Lucerne. SALEM, VIRGINIA.
AGENTS FOR THE S ! ..E OF PROPERTY OF
WEST SALEM I AND COMP A MY,
The Salem Improvement Co., and i other Salem Land Companies. Prop- in!,ke a specialty in mourning
tv in all parts of the city. Also, Ft. n, Mineral and Coal Fan-Is. Goods.300 pieces of I ?ress Gingham i
from 0 cents upwards. Wc have i
splendid line of Towells, Napkins
and Table lines. Our
Lmporters an 1 Wholesale
! r n
No- 3 Jefferson reel, Gnle Block,
Have in store and for sale 50 barrels Cl
barrels celebrated Glenwood whiskey
Lawson's choice old velvet an.! Wi
numerous to mention. . Imports: and
of the celebrated brands in wood ai
just received. Can furnish anything
Special Attention Paid to Ore
and See Us.
sster whiskey, our own distillation. 50
f which we are sole proprietors, also
>n, and other brands of whiskey too
lomestic brandies, gins, wines, A'.-., all
glass 50. cases Munnn's champagnes
?i our line at lowest figures.
rs from Dry Districts. Come
Corner Jefferson ai
?^~STOCK large, complete and fret
class groceryman can be found at our
I Campbell Streets,
Everything; Hat is kept by a Brat
SUCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS, LA
dies' and Children's Hose,canno1 l>
surpassed in Roanoke.
m him IM
over one thousand pieces of Swiss an I
Hamburg Edgings, flouncings i i
black ami white.
Do Not Make up a.iy More
Underwear when you can buy them
at 29 cents and 59 cents apiece i:
gowns as well as skirts.
Try one of our Kabo Corset:,
as they are guaranteed f?>r twelve
We Are the Agents for tht
Foster Kid Cloves, the best on tin
We Keep a Full Line o
Beaded Capes as low as $2.00 :
In Fact You Can Find Any?
thing that is kept in a lirst-elassdr
goods house at the lowest prices
Do not pass us by, but come in, a
we take a pleasure in showinggoods
CALL A N ) S E I M E.
IF YOU WANT TO MAKE
? GOOD INVESTMENT II
CALL ON R ADDRESS
Real Estate Brokers, < >ffice, Mooniav
S IP i STI
316ck, Jefferson Street. P. O. Bos :r>:
122 SALEM AVENUE.
WO. ii ARD A WAY.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(Late of the Martinsville Bar.)
Courts: Roanoke and adjoin im
counties. Office No. 30;? S^er?..'< 9*
Taseweli County, Va.
Sale of Town Lots began
MONDAY, APRIL 75 1890,
A fiftvAhousand HOTEL under C 'tract
Fine stone BANK and POST? 'FFl )E BT ILDING under contract.
A large number of STORES and L VELLINGS under contract.
A ROLLING MILL under contract
Coal mines three miles away and >n mines two unles.
The Clinch 1 alley Coal and lion Company,
VH1CH OWNS THE TOWN SITE,
Offers $200,000 to I r dwstnaS Enter prises i locate at IRichSarcd
Ai.d wh?n this amount is reached the ompany will double the price of its emaiuing 'ots, making an immediate
demand for lots in the hands of first ] 'chasers. , . .? _? , J _
RIC HLANDS is on the connecting link between the Norfolk and \Vest( rn and Louisville and Nashville Rail?
roads and in the direct line of cheap i. kbama Irons coming North to market.
The Clinch River runs through tb( town site, insuring a good supply of v ater for the town and good drainage.
Theland comprised in the town site i almost level and little or no grading h is to be done.
The proximity of the Ore and Fut i and the large cash inducements offere . insure the success of the town.
Over $240,000 f/orth of Town Lots rlave Been Sold.
RICHLANDS is located in a beau ul large valley and is the most favo: able situation for an industrial town
btjween Radford and Middleboro.
?^~For maps of town and p rtiCulars, applyto
c graham, agent,
F ICHLANDS? Tazew3ll Oountv.. Va.
New Cash Store..
NO. 110 COMMERCE ST" EET,
Will show this v.cck the newest
SILK DRAPERY NETS.
Porgee SiklsIndinSilks.Surrah1 ?Silk .
Farille Silks, in all she des
New Woolen Fabrics in Hani
someRobe Patterns very ch< ap.
Plain Materials \\> . \ h I >r ?
alar fabric . . ?< -.
Van Dyk?; P ssementeries Fh
! t ?: s assort as -lit.
Ladies will find our stock "f tin
highest order and not surpassed in
j city bouses.
Mail orders promptly attended to
HIRONIM?S I BRUSH
110 Commerce Street,
?VALUED A C?
Will be given to tue nearest gueese
of the number of beans contained in..
bottle now on exhibition a: our stor<
ToTeceive a pair of pant valued a
To receive a hat valued :it
Persons purchasing to tin- amoun:
>f $1 of more is entitled roa guess.
Beans to lie counted
on the first clay <>1
116 SOUTH JEFFERSON STREET
Abi mtM ttOOQUE]
Clear Havana Filled 5 c"; ICc- Cirjsr-.
BsastD Established 1s77.
:'-iJer" and. ; ?? ra&ble btzui or.ihornarket Sc!?s m?
!:?f'r.'.:.'d -r. i'hsr tfov ij? the United SJatis.
Sales .. ? ??- - IC7 ? n"t over " 5.CCO.OOO.
Balsa : i :r=?ra par acath 2.O0O.00O.
Sales r-.vera.jT3 ftail? 33,009.
de'.v >p- of tviT^Tioss?
?liiq ! - ?.-. * ; IMieJ Copyright?*?! cnit c*.vao-l ti
?I2 C3LTIT7 C!C?Q CO.
J YMia.ZKG. T4
For sale by all leading delalers in
Roanoke^ janl2 law sun.
Hums in any Lamp without danger of
Kxploding or taking fire. See that you
r et the genuine. For sale by
STEAM ENG IN
SEND FOR OUR CATALOGUEand PRICES
ATLAS ENGINE WORKS,
TK)ARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO
?> dated at Rorer Park Hotel. Nicely ]
iurnished rooms. Ijarge grounds. j.
Table set with the best the market 1
ailords. MRS. CRAWFORD.
mar27-tf Proprietress, j
A GOOD DEAL SAID IN A LIT
feom different sources
Rehearsal <?1 SMimfor?- lUfam Froi)
oiu Point?Bis Pay Roll of the Row;
?Ii? Machine Works- Arrival of !f?i
Uniforms l'i>r tue Mill t it rjr.
Chas. Lylehas jnst bad placed ii
his dtnj; atore?a handsome new sod.
fountain made by Tuft, of Boston.
The now uniforms for the militai
company arrived yesterday;. Th<
are very pretty and the boys will pr
sent a fine appearance when they ?
to Richmond on the 29th.
In the report of the closing exei
eines.of First Ward school yesterdi
the word Farniville was made to a
pear "Troutville." Miss Emma Gome
B?cured tlie scholarship in the Sta:
Female college, at Farmville.
Certain ambitious Columbia colles
students, oot in the athletic coursi
are goingto put ona latin play, an*
If (tosar were making any comment a
riet at present he would hoi begin I
saying, '"All gall is not divided int
The Lj richburg Advance soy s Job
Anderson, the Baltimore" morri?
man, and .Mrs. Mankin, the marrie?
woman of this city, who. it is alleged
.?loped from lioanoke several da;
ago, are in that city stopping dl t;
The rehearsal of lb<* opera 'Tina
fun-.*' will lake place Friday eveuin:
at 0 o'clock, instead of Wednesday,s
tin-opera house7 has been rented fo
? that night. A full attendance is dt
sired The rehearsals are progrespiuj
splendidly, and a number of the cho
ruses have been mastered.
The employes of tin- M ichine Work*?
were paid off yesjterday and th
: amount of the pay roll was ?(?5.883.7('
The American Bridge Company, th?
Rolling Mill and the Crozer Iron
I Company also paid off; and 1!.
Trout, president of the. Firsl Sfati?naJ
Bank,;toldfa reporter las! night thai
they had paid out nearly $100,000 ycf
tcrday to the w'orkingmen of Roan
KI'ECIAI. LOCAL NOTICES.
Our special line Of nobby suits an
trousers for warm weather arc now ii
We can boast of having the best a
sortment, best fitting, lines: and mos
s! vli-h goods in the city;
myl-tf Joseph Con:'.
Latest styles Straw flats at. E
G?etz's. 21 Salem ayenue. ap30-tf
Marshall's Caf<?The popular ri
sort, furnishes n Brst-cfass dinnei
daily from 1 to for 50 cents. ap.Vtf
?^Plaster your hout-e with Marbl
Rock lime, best on the roarkei. tfyb
don't believe i'-, call on Garner & Go.
sole agents. Remember they are th
cheapest sash, door and blind manumit
turers in the city. Satisfaction guarac
For stylish straw hats, see Elli
Bros., Clothiers; ap30-1 f
Another invoice <>f Youinan's hat
received at Joseph Cohn's, the Snlei
avenue clothier. iuyL-1 f
For colds, croup, asthma, branch
tis and sore throat use Dr. Thomn:
Eclectric Oil, ami get Hie best
Flannel shirts, silk shirts, silk belt
in abundance, at Joseph (John".-, th
Salem av< one clothier; myl-tf
We have in stock about 7""> pairs ol
black worsted pants, all sizes,;fron:
broken suit.-. Not a pair worth les;
than $7. We are determined to get
rid of them. You can take youi
choice for ??L?0i It will pay to se^
i hese goo<is: ail sizes.
The James Meeiu's ?3 Shoe, ai E
Goetz's, 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf
myl-tf JOSEPH GOHTf, Clothier.
For ladies'and gent's Tender Peel
Shoes, go to E. Goetz, 21 Salen
avenue. ~ ap30-tf
Buy your cooking stoves from SI.H,
Jennings & Co.. nrar market house.
Salem avenue. t
We will make a special run on ?10
and $12 .-nits for the next three days.
If you are in need of a first-class busi?
ness suit now is the time to buy and
save from ?0 to $3.
myl-tf JOSEPH G?HX, Clothier.
Latest styles Straw Hats, at E.
Goetz's, 21 Salem ayehne. ap30-tf
For tire insurance call at the oilier
ol tho Roanoke Trust, .umn and Safe
Deposit Co. dec28-tf
The James Meeni's $3 Shoe, at E.
Goetz.s, 01 Salem avenue. ap3 l-tf
For ladies' and gent'a Tender Feet
Shoes, go to E. Goet/.'s, 21 Salen
To get a perfect Utting suit of cus?
tom-made clothes, just leave your
order at Joseph Cohn's, the Salen
avenue clothier. You will be sure n
get it. myl-tf
Stoves! stoves! stoves 1 cbeapet
than ever at M. IF Jennings & Co.
Salem avenue, near market house.
Our ?10 black cheviot suits can't tit
'nought elsewhere for less than sT'.-jU
How is that'.'?at Conn's, of course.
Artists material at Picken's.
The Burdock Plant is oue of tlu
best diuretics or kidney regulators ir
the vegetable world, and tho com?
pound known as Burdock Blood Bit
ters is unsurpassed 1n all diseases o:
:he kidneys, liver and blood.
PLHASA NTs' Lor.o k,
No. g:;, A. F. AM)
k. M.?The stated com
nnnication will be
iaeld in Masonic Tem
)le to-morrow (Mon
lay) evening at eight
)'clock. All Master Masons are fra
ternally invited to attend.
By order of xhn. Worshipful Master
H. C. MAOKLIN,
^ N N O D N CEME N T C A R J).
I hereby announce myself a can li
late for re-election to represent tin
?econd Ward in the City Council.
tde R. A BUCK.NER.
?RNITURE AT AUCTION.
I will sell for Mr. J. B. Sharp at hit
residence, No. 813 South Jeffersoi
street, on Wednesday morning, Maj
Jlst. at 10 o'clock, a "nice lot of furni
cure and household goods. Would
call special "attention to handsome
G. L. STEVENS,
myl7-:Jt General Auctioneer.
WANTED.?A SITUATION IN A
VV shoe store by a man of ten years
experience. Address, E. B. TIMES
WANTED?TWO RELIABLE EN
crgelic agents, salary from start,
cr commission for local man devoting
part time. L. p. TH D RST025T & CO.,,
Empire Nurseries, Rochester, X. Y.:
STRAYED OR STOLEN from my I
k) residence at 345 First avenue, S.
W., a White Setter puppy, about six
weeks old. Any information as to its ,
whereabouts, will be rewarded.
myl78t. B, A. RIVES.
KUSUIX? RICH LA 3 OS.
"Tin- Coming; city nr tu? Clinch tu r?i
Vi? II i-.v.
From the Itoaaoko Herald.
Tazeiwell Co., Va. f
Tin:; beautiful valley is nearly forty
miles west of Graham, the junction
of the New River and Clinch Va;iey
extension of the Norfolk and Western
railroad, ami extends live miles w s ,
furnishing the site also for toe pro?
posed town of Doran. The Clinch
river environs and divides the to .?/..,
and ah hough it seems almost eiuel
to mar su fair a scene, .the saw mcl
hammer plied by busy hands, pro?
claim thai the boom is on and aaii
evidently come to stay, engineered aa
it is by the solid capitalists-of Phila?
delphia and other Northern cities;,
men of ample means, and wide exper
j ience, some <?!" whom are also iati
| mately connected with the great rail
i road system which has done ho much
I to .develop the unparallalcd resom it
of our Southwestern empire-.
Richlands is no paper town, ; n
although it still lies in the future, lie
active preparations of the presml
show that the future is very near, ; n<
fully justify the wager offered in >ur
hearing that within three years h
place would boast of a population of
at least 1U,000.
j Of the decisibhbf the directors of
the Clinch Valley Coal and iron < '<> .
pany to erect, a great iron pipe . a
boiler hue manufactory, the Her tld
! has already been informed. These
i works will give employment to 700
j men and co us nine daily over UM) tom
of coal, which will come from :!;
mines o; the company lour miles
.away. The capital stock of the com ?
I pany is $000,000. of which ?100i0f>) it
[subscribed by the company, the re
mainder being taken by capitalist;
in New ?firk, Philadelphia, J.om on
On the river bank, south of the rail?
road, ground i.s beiug broken f< r.
rolling mi!! t<i be erected by t be Iii '
lands Iron Company with a paid tip
capital of d00,000. These works viK
employ from 200 to 300 men, and the
material is already beginning to ar
On Washington square (that is to I
be) on a gentle knoll, are being h.iu
the foundation:-! of a $50,000 Loiel,
which will lie completed this summ sr.
Mr. John 1'. Pettyjohn, of Lynchbu -g.
is the contractor, and ilr. L. H.
Vaughan, of Roanoke, has the con?
tract for the masouary and grading.
Mr. Vaughan i-i also contractor o:
the grading and masonary on theroll
ing mill, on the iron bridge, anil ; '
large amouut of street grading,
b. xcavations are being made for ihr
Richlands Rank, which will be ;
handsome stone building. The laigi
and handsome three-story ofiices o
the company are nearly" com plot ;d.
at a cost of ?10,000, and will lie reed;'
for occupancy in a tew days.
A large second class hotel for ih.>
immediate accommodation of t u
traveling public is nearly cpmplettd
An inwi bridg<\ with a single in
of ISO feet, will he built immediate y,
I by the Herlin Bridge Company, at a
? ?Iist of $10.000, and another will sc y.
The Richlands Brick and Manuf ic-}
turing '? Company, with a capita! sii cl :
Hof $35,000, lias ordered machin? r !
to eost $25,000, and, in addition to ?
first-class brick for ordinary use, v ih j
turn our t:;.- famous Pompeiau bri k. 1
so greatly in demand for decorar ve ?
building purpose at to sell readily oj
$12.00 per thousand; So it will ??.
?seen that in this extensive deposit o; H
I rare clay the owners have struck a I
Two stores are going up and ifcc
double cottages, while the fotini a
t i<-ns of ten more cottages are bei ig
laid, on the north side of Big cre? k.
which tlow- through the northea r
em section of the town, uniting wirk
the Clinch river near the c< nter o.
Large end handsome bn'ck aid
stone freight and passenger dcp< ts ?
I will beat once erected by the co a
pany, and a postofllce has been ap !
plied for and will come as soon as r.'d
tape will permit;
Mr. Burton has bought a larje |
tract of timber -and, forstumpage, ?n
Big creek, and will establish hi.- sj.w |
mill there, where he can obtain an n
exhaustible supply of Virginiatiml er
?embracing the liuesi oak, hemloc v.
poplar and other woods.
Una lofty elevation in the nortu
ern part of the city a reservoir will >e
erected with water pumped from the
river, and piped by pressure into tiie
Streets are rapidly being laid out a:al
graded, and among the names of
these thoroughfares we note Norfo k
Suffolk and Roanoke.
Some $250,000 worth of lots have jl
already been sold here, and we a.'e i
authorized by Mr. Dick to notify t ie
readers of the Herald that after the
17th instant the price of lots will te
advanced. Lots are already in
great and increasing demand',
and $1,200 was refused today f >r
desirable ones, the owner saying
that he might consider a $2,0)0 :
oiler. Messrs Baue and St. Cla r.
of Graham, have invested liberal y
here also, and own some valuable ;
property in the immediate vicinity of
Such is fa summary of the steos !
which are being taken to transform
this woodland paradise into a busy,
just ling city. Let us now glance it
The town of. Richlands was the co i
eeption of the
CLINCH VALLY COAL AIsD IRON COVI
one of the strongest corporators,
inancially, iu the country, a: id
jacked by such European magnates
as the Rothchilds, of Pari.-, and Baren
Von Bleichroder, the great interna?
tional banker, of Berlin. Tiiis coi i
pany, which has a paid up capital ol
$2,000,000, and unlimited credit, ow is
$ome 34,000 acres of valuable (or 5 a- j
valuable) mineral lauds in this sectic a,
and deciding that Richlands afford >d
xii excellent location for a city, pi r
cbased some 400 acre- of land with t ic
ourpose.of developing it,and that th sy
ire doing so rapidly is evident frcui
the facts stated above.
The entire property of tiie coi i
pany was paid for in full in lt;sr,so tii it
it will be seen that the directors lo
net depend upon the sales of lots ;o
pay for the purchase. Out of del t.
iind with a surplus of over $200,000 in
che treasury, they are able to ma :e
my desirable improvements or ex?
tensions, and besides reservingalar ,'e
area to be donated to manufacturing
plants, are always ready to foster ai d
mcourage industrial enterprises by
Of their mineral property, eoverh g
io large an area and embracing sir h
i variety of coal, iron, etc., a volui; e
might be written, but sutlice it to si y
that in Kent's Ridge, only one and a
half miles south of this place, valu i
ble deposits of brown heinetite ir< n
ire are actively prospected. The e c
'josure is very line, and it is probab y
safe to say that the vein is ten feet in
?;hiekness" If the hopes of the coi i
tany, concerning this discover -,
should be realized, a furnace will ; t
once be opeued, which, with coal and
coke in close proximity, will enab e
them to compete with Binningbai i,
Ala., in the production of hign-cla s
lowprieed piir iron.
The entire northern section of the
Clinch Valley in the neighborhood s
lull of coal, "and the company h; s
'eased on royalty to the
RICHLANDS COAL COMPACT
tome 1,000 acres of coal land on B;?
Dreek; three miles distant. .The con -
?any has graded a railway to the',
alines, and tie*, and track will be laid i
his month. The product, (a first
cl iss bituminous coal for domcsti
purposes, strongly resembling th
beat formations of the Uicluuoml co:
;i- !t: l inalcefl an excellent article <?
c< ke; is said by railroad men wh
h Lve .riven tt a practical trial; to hay
no superior as a steam coal, it stand
exposure wonderfully, and is ver.
five fioin slack or slate.
Another coal, in a higher seam 0
the same tract, is a superior pas coal
ah analysis showing 33 per cent, o
volatile" matter, II of ash, and G4 o
The mines open into the mountali
side above waters level, and the com
pany jfl actively engaged in open in;
them, erecting tipples, stores am
other houses; and will soon be in fill
With such natural advantages a
are hi re combined, bucked by men o
long experience) high business opti
tude, ample resources and s?gaeiOQ
enterprise, it is evident that Rich
lands is to be the Elonnoke of th
Clinch Valley, and that those who in
vesi n?w cannot fail to reap a. goldei
harv< ? it: The future of one, at leas!
of the proposed cities of the South
west is assured.
The following i- a list of the officer
of the Cl'neh Valley Coal und [roi
President, Evans R. Dick: vice
president, Adolph Ladenburg; treas
urer, Wm. A. Dick; secretary, Saun
d< rs Lewis, jr.; general manager
G<'-. McCall; superintendent of mines
Wm. K. Hewson. The directors ar^
a* follows: Ev?ns R. Dick, of tin
largo banking firm of Dick Eros. &.
Lawrence, of New York city.
dolph Badenburg, of L. Thalman
& Co., bankers, New York.
;' J. Kimball, of Philadelphia,
president of the Norfolk and Western
.'? i. L Doran, of Philadelphia,
cniin el for the Norfolk and Western
I I irry Peale, of the great Philadel
phia banking firm of T. A. Biddle &
?f. Ii. Dingee, representing the well
ki own house of Vivian, Gray &: Co..
of London, England.
Samuel Heilner, of Perry, BTeiinei
' ' ons, extensive coal operators oi
Philadelphia, being agents for the
Reading Coal and Iron Company.
Wm. A. Dick, of Dick Bros. & Co.,
Geo. Willing, Seo. McCall and
launders Lewis, jr., all prominent
Sucli names inspire confidence, as?
sure stability, and guarantee success.
For much of the information con?
tained in this article your correspon?
dent is indebted to Mr. Evans R.
Dick, president of the company; a
plain, pleasant gentleman, full of
facts and figures, and meaning busi?
ness "from the word go."
Ifrota Clifton Fnrsc
Clifton Forge, Va , May it.?The
j Chesapeake and Ohio Development
Company is erecting a handsome
office on Main street, opposite the
I Disciples church.
J. A. Ford, esq., Is binding a hand
I some residence on Pine stre<:.
The public school 3 here closed
! The Clifton Forge Development
I Company is eleaniug. the brush from
; their land adjoining the town.
Quite a number of our citizens will
go to Richmond on the 29th. Among
II hose who will attend are Colonel A.
C. Bryant, Captain W. C. Wood and
Professor A. S. Beckuer.
K A Kl? Fis? Pond.
j The Fincastle Herald says has
; been informed that a part >? oi Roan
oke gentlemen have pur< ..a. < i a
part of the land of Dr. J. II. K7ern,
situated in the "Narrows;" in Carvins
j Cove, for the purpose of creating a.
fish pond, the sum paid being 2 !
j A large dam will be built with a back
I water of two miles.
The "mother's Frieui!.
i Not only shortens labor and ! ?? sub
[ pain attending it, but greatly dimin?
ishes the danger to life of both
I mother and child if used a few months
before confinement. Write to th<
j Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta,, G C,
for further particulars. Sohl by all
I Remarkable, yet true. A. R. 0.
[ Alterative has cured blood dis
I eases after physicians failed
CAN ALWAYS B 3 FOUND, AT
GROCE IY, 148 SALEM AVENUE.
9 m '
?ESA :-: H
ff ': *
ENGAG EMENT EXTRAORDL
ARY ! ONE NIGHT ONI A
, MAY 19?
Mind Header an
In l-.'^ Marvellous Experiments in Me
the latest relined Sp
?tU U ! a -.
tal Telegraphy and exemplifh tti n
? " !?3 r< .-> ? 1 ? v*
The Young and Fascinat ng Materializing Medium
Nothing like it ever before attempt
The many phases of mediumship pr<
Rope-tying te6ts given. A cordial i;
prices of admission. Doors open at 7:8
may be ordered at 10:30.
NOTE.?Mir. Brown is the original m
Evidence that the dead do return,
ented are new and original. No Old
vitation is extended to all. Reduced
; seance commences at 850. Carriages
ud reader, the tutor of the lave W.
C. H. JORDAN
E. II. CLOWES.
R. N. Mr JANLiSH,
Bue m Vista, Virginia.
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND INSURANCE.
J is of business lols
at a Passenger De
170.1 a a
ihm m m
one Land or Imp)
troUed by EIC
rlollars of CRpli
and public men
(Send for a li ;. :
y or 0:1c line o> pro
\ or controlled by
a of four powerful
er of the richest
u America. Con
\: ith millions of
ii rs, Capitalists,
.. hi< h is interested*
s I outlook for future
timber, w 1
point, and tt .
1 IS vi '--J
the largest ?
Belt Railrca I,
and Wagon . ..
ti B Q CS
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Norfolk y '..
?,r*rly in Scpcc
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coal, fine iron
me and marble,
and two other
f vStreet Railway,
hcatro, Bank and
Door and Blind,
rty. ? ; .le, May 29?1,
us saw will be amas*
. aisyille & Washvill^
inia & Georgia Railroad
;atter of interest
v-J?'.snt Fayette Land Co.? 9