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: SOLD 3Y ALL DRUGGISTS.
= by mail
~ 17 12th ST., RICHMOND, VA. ' :
t -- '^7f^$&J Witt- To lot von
k;i(Wl!!;" i have
ii^gv- jiu-t-n iiMiitr your
iS--?Ii Burdock HKuvJ
- ? /-\ ? - I::.. ami also
&?&l?gM$t? to r,'!1 >'ou w,lat
aey ha ve done for me. 1 have been
ronbied with dyspepsia for years. 1
eonimeuced The use your Burdock
?>lood Bittersand they have brought
.?er* out all right: Che use oi three
bottles conferred the great benefit.
'? feel profoundly grateful.
I will never be without ir.
aul4 d 5y _ SVM H DELKKR.
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KAJtx Th* Great ~?'Ar>E R?asjc
English Rem $P$2?$3
all ises tin I follow as a sequence
oi Si If- xbase; as loss of memory, Eni
versa! L^issitude.p^ininthe back,dim
i.f.-:; <?! vision, premature old age,and
rnany^therdbeasestliitf lead to in
oity or eonsunipti >n and t preema
EST Full pa;: icaiarsin oar pamphlet,
which we de>ire to send free by mail
to every one ?S^The Specific Medi
v.r,.- \< sold by all druggists at -*1 per
package, or six packages for ?3, or
v. l'-'. be sent free by ui ill on the receipt
of rhe moncv, bv addressing
TH ? GRAY MED1CLNE CO.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
account of counterfeits, we have
adopted the Yellow Wrapper; the only
Sold in Roanoke, Va., by Budwell,
Christian & Bar bee jaul4d ly
SRAQFitLD RtSUlftTQR CO. ATLANTA na
SCLO jy/iil OPA 1SIS7S. ^
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0? MONTTHLY -i:tKM?..?
IF OURWl'.i CV\AHS? 0? USt.
?Rlr\T CMietR^ SUFFER WBWiaBEWDlDED
J5CCK TO'1- 0.'h AN''JWUi?D?R?S
A strictly first-ola^s muccme. Fully
warranted. Made h orn very best ma?
terial, by skilled workmen, and with
tas best tools that have ever eeu
devised for the purpose. Warranted
to do all that can he reasonably ex
pectecT of the very best typewriter
eslant. Capable of writing 150
words per minute?or more?according
to the ability of the operator.
If there is no agent in your town,
a Idresa the manufacturers.
THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
Agents wanted. Parish, N. Y'.
C. A. HEATH,
Tlie well-known Jefferson Street
Has opened a Harber Shop in Hotel
Ki "! ;?; basement. mv20 lm.
0?,- ?CCOI NT K) l'; HAD HEALTH,
I will close out my business to any
OU? wishing to purchase at first cost,
less 10 per cent, for cash, or two
thirds cash, balance thirty, sixty
and ninety days, less 5 per cent., the
best .-laud in Koanoke for dry goods,
groceries and whiskey business, and
will rent the Rouse for one or five
yeas. For further information call at
This Office._niyl-1 If.
3 ^Mitchell's Kidney Plasters
-J Absorb ail disease in the Kiducys arid
restore tUvm to a healthy condition.
Old cUrouic kidney sufferers say
they got no relief until tli*.*y tried
SoW by Prng/ists ercrywherc, or sent by mail for 30c.
Novelty Plaster "Works, Lowell, Sias?.
fi pr4eo dw _?_
THE "STRONGEST FINANCIAL
1 Institution in Southwest Virginia
The Roanoke Trust. Loan and Safe
[Deposit company. Capital and sur
plus. $182.000. Pays interest on de
posi [&!"' 'dec2.'?-t.f.
BO A.ROERS CAN BE ACCOMMO
dated at Ror.erPark Hotel. Nicely
furnished rooms. Large grounds.
'Pablo dS&fc with the best the market
I ? S
ARE~EVIDENCE That the blood is
wrong, and that nature is endeav?
oring to thro:,1 off the impurities.
Nothing is so beneficial in assisting
nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S.)
It is a simple vegetable compound. Is
harmless to the most delicate child, yet
it forces the poison to the surface and
eliminates it from the blood.
I contracted a severe case oi blood poison
that unfitted me for business foi four years. A
few bottles of Swifts Specific (S. S. 5.) cured
J- C. Jos e s, City Marshal,
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
tree. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
fei 25 yl
Tnti? no Htaoes uultst?
W, 1.. I>oujrlim' iinnu> and
?tritt! art- KtHiiipi'd on ;ho
bottom. l(" the tlealcr ninaoi ftupply you,
moihI direct to factory, ?<ut-Ittt<lnK atfvertlsed
$3 ShiOfc GENTLEMEN.
Pine Cnlf. Heavy Laced <?rnin anil Creed*
Best tu ti?? world. Examine his
flUS.OO GEXItlNE HAXD-SKWED SHOE.
8-l.lni HAND-SEWED WELT shoe.
s3.no nn.iri: \m> farmers' SHOE.
82.50 EXTRA VALUE CA1.F SHOE.
8S.S5 ,V ss WORK1 NGMEX'S SHOES.
SV.OO ami s1.7S BOYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
AU uuuie lu Congress, lUntun a:ui Lace.
53 & $2 SHOES lafd?&.
SI.75 SHOE FOR MISSES.
' Best Material. Bent Style. Best Fitting.
- W. L. DouKla?, D-roektou. Mass. So.C by
$auIleod-6m tu t!i sat
Still keep the largest
In Southwest Virginia.
They have just, received a '.arge sjipuly
Lap Robes, Horse Covers
Breech Loading Guns,
MinerVand Railroad Suppliej
1? and I'J Second Street, southwest.
i ur this quarter and
for month of April are now due
and payable at COMPANY'S office-.
Gas Mils, if paid before the 10th j
instant, ? discount oi 12$ per cent.|
Nl I DISCOUNT on bills paid after]
the 10th instant.
Failure to receive a bill does not eu
I tit'e consumer to the discount.
' Une tor Fertiliri?S and Disinfect
* ?so Gras 'IVr for' sale.
*,. N<riou8 for extensions, im
Applu , rat;s> ?ari.hases and all
r< !.?: fcin? co Oas or
W;j.?er she.::Id i., ti"t^ "'
>:<>. 11 Third av
&oanoke City, Va.
105 First St., S.
First National Bank Building.
RMNOK'E STREET RAlL?'ijy
V IN TON EXTENSION
Dummy leaves every hour from cor?
ner Jefferson street and Norfolk ave?
nue. On and after Sunday, December |
3, 1SS9, the fare will be as follows :
City limits, 5 cents; Vinton 10 cents.
Tickets can be purchased at reduced I
rates by applying to the conductor or j
at the office of the Company (Didiej
building). J. F. CHRISTIAN,
jan4-tf _Geurl Manager
CLEANING and REPAIRING
You will save money" by bringing
your dirty clothes to be cleaned or
dyed and repaired to me. Charges
moderate. Work Grst class.
Corner Campbell and Henry streets
Rofinoke. Va. tf
or Excavating of Any Kind,
Either in Earth o rRock,
by the Yar<L or on
I now have a road mach ine espe?
cially adapted to grading new streets
and shaping of old ones. '.Che work
can be done neater and che? iper than
by any other method.
tf. P. O "BOX 20, ROANOKE, VA.
Carr the sign writer, COR
ner Third avenue and .FirBt street
N. w. mar8-tf
J SWALLOWED BY AN ALLIGATOR.
A Hnman Skull and ? Watch Found in o
Tim Smith, :i colored laborer work?
ing on W. F. Fuller's orange grove at
Edgewater, comes to Palatka nearly
every day in a rowboat To do this
he is compelled to pass Buzzard Irel?
and, a dark and lonely place, grown
up with brush and inhabited by all
sorts of wild birds, and may well he
termed the home of the alligator, ow?
ing to its quietness and dark waters,
which are seldom disturbed beyond the
ripple of an oar manipulated by the
For several weeks Tim Smith noticed
a particularly largo alligator, whose
hack was tilled with barnacles and
long green moss. The alligator was
never known to demonstrate any fear,
and would not get out of Smith's way
under any consideration, allowing him
to row rather close toward him.
Recently, when Smith started for
town, lie put a Winchester rifle ill Iiis
boat for the express purpose of giving
his 'gatorship a load of cold lead.
When opposite Buzzard island the al?
ligator reappeared, and, rowing to
within easy range, Smith tired live
shots at tiie saurian, all of which
seemed to lake effect, for the alligator
made a terrible Uutteriu the water, and
turned over on its back.
Three days later Smith found the
dead alligator floating near by, and,
! tying aropoabout its head, towed it
to the Edgewater grove, wheu the alli
: gator was found to measure 10 feet .">$
inches in length, two balls having en?
tered the skin just hack of the head.
Smith then set to work and skinned
the saurian for market, when to his
greal surprise the darky came across a
human skull, perfectly formed an.!
j unbroken, but owing to the supersti
! tiousness of tiie negro la: stopped skin
j the alligator, which operation was (in
; ished bya white employe on the grove.
Further dissection brought to light a
' gold watch hearing the initials ''G. L
, T." The skull and watch arc now on
exhibition at Fry's taxidermy store.
Who tiie unfortunate man was no
? me seems to know, as the initials arc
not familiar about here, but it is sup?
posed that he was some sportsman,
j who, ahme, was attacked and devoured j
; by the alligator, as is quite often tiie
! ease with northern tourists who come
to Florida and navigate its streams
without a guide to keep them from the
dark and dangerous tributaries that '
empty into the St. John's.?Palatka
Herald. _ j
Bill Xt-ff and the Lynx Both Surnrl>ed.
A large lynx made a visit to Bill
NefFs cabin on the Emerald and made
a lengthy stay?in fact, Mr. Lynx is
there yet. The animal was attracted
by some meal that was hanging out?
side the door of the cabin. There was
no lock or bolt to secure the opening,
and while it was climbing up to reach
the meat the door swung open and al?
lowed the lynx to flounder in, where
he proved a genuine surprise party to
Bill, who was whiling away the hours
by reading tiger steries. It was hard
to tell which was the most surprised,
the lynx or the man, but tiie former
evidently thought Bill meant business
I ten it saw him reach for the ax, and
..i once made a spring.
For several minutes they fought at
close quarters, and at last Bill broke
away from the beast and climbed up on
the sleeping bunk, where he could get
elbow room to swing his weapon. On
came the lynx, but missed his footing.
This was Bill's time. As the animal
made another spring for the bunk, the
ax was swung aloft and the pole was
brought down on the skull of the ani?
mal with the usual "dull, sickening
thud." The lynx dropped in a heap,
and Bill came down from his perch to
find that his blow had smashed the
skull. The animal was stone dead.
NefFs clothes were torn to tatters, and
he says tiie lynx weighed 150 pounds.
"We are promised one of the paws,
which covers a surface larger than a
man's hand, and shall be pleased to
show it to any one who doubts the
The Fashion in .Jewelry.
The gift of almost any foolish, dang?
ling bit of jewelry makes a woman
Happy, but if some one chances to give
her just now a funny little gold heart,
like the old fashioned carnelian ones
our mothers wore, she slips a fine gold
chain through the lover's knot that
jjiakes the loop, and hangs it about
her .'seek, if its a locket, or pins it on
the fro.nt ?f Her gown if it's a brooch,
and feels ?*crself just the happiest wo?
man in all i.'ic world. For. you see,
she has the very j?test ornament that
tiie goldsmith has devised for making
her pretty and happy.
It maybe of gold without ornament?
ation, unless her name be engraved
on one side and some pretty sentiment
on the other, or it may have (and then
she is blest indeed), a moonstone set in
the center and bo rimmed about with
brilliants or pearls, or it may even have
a big pearl or diamond in place of the
moonstone, if she really prefers to have
>'t so, and can have it. But it is just as
U-eM if she can't, for the moonstone is
Quite ],Ivll>' ana ftuite as fashiona?
ble just uow,?New York Evening
The record for tie largest amount of
butter produced by a COW in one year
has been broken by a COt? owned by
D. F. Appleton, of Ipswich, Mass.,
who, with three days to spare, pro?
duced 941 pounds. 11 ounces, The pre?
vious record was 936 pounds 112
ounces, held by Landsecr's Fancy,
owned by Dr. William Morrow, of
DOINGS OF ROYALTY.
The Queen of England now copyrights
all official government publications, and
gives notice she will maintain her rights
King Charles of Roumania has a sal
aryof $200,000ayear. He is ?l years
of age, and military affairs absorb his
attention most of the time.
King Humbert of It: ';? n reives at
least forty prescriptions u week for dys?
pepsia. Some of them come from the
niO?t remots quarters of the earth.
Queen Emma, the royal consort of the
king of Holland, transacts all state busi?
ness for the king is really an imbecile,
and his death may occur at any moment.
Bern Pedro, the ex-emperor of Brazil,
is writing a paper on the language of the
Tupi race, tiie principal Indian tribe of
Brazil, for a German scientific journal.
"What are you going to do now?"
asked Jack Happy of Billy Golucky, who
had just dropped a cool thou, tryirg to
bull the market.
"Grin and bear it," said Billy; "let me
hare five htm. till to-mirrow."?Poclc.
TO AN ENGLISH SPARROW.
bit springtime, my pert little sparrowf
I hear your role?, honest nnd shrill.
I neu you out there oa the narrow
Protuenuduol niy bleak window sill.
When thO bines c u i<% my spirits t;> barrow.
Yon dar;cd i i si.'M Iii;,, aa a, lew
Piping "Coeer up! Oheer up:"
Bo loud on jour i . , blithe quill.
Uikoyou, my br.ivosnuoy Briton.
You've a wnj ; bus captured my heart;
And thougti othersyour tailings may twit on
I'm a fi lent) .: v. ill e'er take your imrt.
And ;ls nun .1 as you wish you may sit ou
My sill \i bicli; ?u often have lit on
Singiug "Checr'np! Cheeritp!"
With a fervor much sweeter than art.
Few !???'; !??. I know, praise your singing,
And 1 own l!:;;! your harsh vocal powers
Can't compete with the robin's voice ringing
Ever}' Jiino i:i i he liitsli morning hours;
I coel sss that the lurk, upward winging,
And i In' bobolink's Kilver throat Hinging*
??Hoi, .liui;: UoIhiHiiL-:"
Add ,i charm in liit> K -.ison of llowvrs.
Cut when w inds of midwinter wore blowing,
.".ii i tile win.low- j ones rattled with sleet;
\\ ; be heavens wer.- gray.oml 'twas showing,
Wliat liecainoof ;iii>sc visitors sweet I
VVhu . .1 needed then] most, they were going,
llui you stnltl, your stout bear) overflowing
In that "Cheer up: cheer up:"
Which I've heard you so often repeat
Your enemies say you're n lighter.
Ah, well, w but of that? So am 1.
1 w ill sing it' 'tis darker or lighter,
Von have Uught me a ray botUocry.
When Fortune's against nie, despite her,
I ? ill wait f..r the days that arc brighter,
Singing "Cheer up! Cheer up:"
I will fight and will sing till I die.
?George norton in Chicago Ilcrald.
flu- Siberian Mosquitoes.
During the short summer the lern
[? ratine rises, rapidly reaching ">(>
degs. F. JJut with the wann season
come the mosquitoes, which are a
plague of these regions more difficult
to endure than cold. [ never would
have believed that the insects could
appear in such swarms. They literally
darkened the light, lilling the air with
an incessant noise, covering, as with
a black mantle, our horses, whose
Hanks were soon bleeding all over.
Maddened with pain, thohorses kicked
and reared, but seeing thai all wits un
availing-tlicy dropped their heads and
submitted to the inevitable.
In vain we tried to protect ourselves
with veils, traveling, notwithstanding
t!io hot weather, iu winter gloves ami
overcoats. Tin; mosquitoes penetrated
through the sleeves, under the shirts,
slinging tin- breast am! the body,
which ached as it* burned with lire.
Tho more wo struggled to get rid of
our tormentors the more we opened
the way to thousands more of them.
On arriving at the huts of the Yakuts
wc kindled a great lire, which made
such a smoke that it pricked the eyes
and choked the breath, though we lay
stretched on the earthen lloor. The
mosquitoes disappeared, but as soon as
the smoke dispersed a little now
swarms penetrated into the hut, cover?
ing all of us thickly.?-Cor. Moscow
Russky Vod< >m< isty.
Photographs of ICxplodlng Powder.
La Nature contains copies of two in?
stantaneous photographs illustrating
the difference between a volley tired
with ordinary powder ami with smoke?
less powder. The pictures were taken
at the moment when the commander
gave the order, "Fire:" In the first a
thick, black cloud of smoke is reprc
si nted, through which the gunners
are barely perceptible. In the second
photograph only a thin haze is ob?
servable, which evidently would total?
ly disappear in a second or two and
which probably would not be seen at
all from a short distance. The gun?
ners stand out in the background
clearly and sharply defined.
A Good Risk.
this Mr. Licon is a good risk, eh?
Agent?Couldn't bo better.
"Perhaps lie lias some dangerous oc?
"No, indeed. He'll never get hurt
He's a policeman."?New York
He?Awfully lacking in action, that
picture of Smith's. Must have used a
lay figure, don't you think.
She?Why, no indeed! How could
he? All the figures stand as straight
as posts.?New York Press.
A western man is said to have in?
vented a machine for putting on wall
paper. If tho average housewife can
operate the thing, aud do away with
tbe average paper hanger, blessed will
be thai man's name among women.
The name "Johnny "cake" is said to
be derived from "journey cake," be?
cause emigrants journeying from New
England to the west were obliged to
bake their Indian meal cakes in the
ashes of their camp fires.
Keep a clasp knife ora knife with a
handle different from those in com?
mon use for the sole purposeof peeling
onions, and so avoid the flavor and
odor of them where it is neither ex?
pected nor desired.
Twelve cartloads of crushed eggs,
sandwich papers and other rubbish
were taken from the White House
grounds after the children's egg roll?
ing picnic on Easter Monday.
An observing Georgia man claims
that the crow digs a hole and buries in
it the corn which it secures in the
field, holding'the supply until neces?
sity compels its use.
The largest individual taxpayer in
Boston is John M. Sears, who pays
$50,0UU on !f3,G17,000 worth of real es?
tate and a personal estate of $125,000,
i.?it io C'nrvo a Turkey.
One way is to cut from the breasts
square slices, and proceed in the same
way for all the fleshy parts of the bird.
Though this is an easy way for the
carver, it has the drawback of allow?
ing all the naiural gravy to escape
and to leave the most delicate morsels
clinging to the carcass. Or you may
remove the legs separately, place them
to oue side, and then do the same for
the wings, but cut them up in pieces
of suitable size; next cut off the white
meat as close to the carcass as possible,
and, lastly, break up the carcass. A
third way, after the wings have been
removed, is to break the carcass above
the crupper, which remains attached
to the legs and forms a sort of hood,
vulgarly called the "bishop's cup."
This is "a good way to serve. Carve
when there are only a few persons at
the table; if the guests are numerous
the second way is the better one.?
Cor. Chicago Herald. .
Men Have Hobbles.
A New York doctor says, that you
can make a man believe that his liver
is out of order when you can't make
him believe that there is a hereafter
for his soul. The human liver is dosed
ninety-nine times where it needs "it
GROCER I fc8,
IIA ROW A III'.,
A postal CAIU) TO
W.E. KIR WAN'S
1409 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore, Md..
and he will furnish von the Exact Cost of any article vbu may need and you
will nnve money. doclT? <> w-6m
H. CHIPMAN. T. GL MASSIE. W. L. ANDREW
CHIPMAN, MASS IK & CO.,
100SALEM AVENDE, ROANOKE, VA.
City and Country property, Mineral :niil Coal Lands sold. Houses and More
rented und Collections made.
Branch Offlee?Salem, V?., corner College avenue and Main street.
CORRESPONDENCE SO LICE D. niar27t
iUDDLE & WILLIAMS.
HOWARD STREET, NEAR LEXINGTON
TILE AND MANTEL HOUSE
VV. A. VEDluii &
J. F. FIELDING
wholksalk axjj rktail dealers ix
GRAIN, FLOUR, FEED, HAY, SALT,
LIME AND CEMENT.
403 Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va?
J. E. ADAMS, 103 Railroad Avenue, - ?j>
Whiskies, Brandies, Beer on Ice, Cigars andT'jbacct ,
Meal.- at all hours for 25 cents, deviled crabs
fui nishcd dining and sitting room.-.
clams and In
i?ROPEAN HOTEL AND CAFE
^ j JjR. !. '1. HILL,
f. Marshall & Co., Prop'rs.
il i 5ician and Surgeon,
Offers i.i.- professional services to the
eilizcns or Roanoke.
Office over Budw< II and Chrisl ian'f.
MTIMUVD c ? j ' \T AVP I Entrance No. ? Saiein (First) avenm
l\U.\l.u.K 15, r? iL.~m .we -OFFICE HOURS?
8t > 10 a. in., 12 to 1 p. m., :j to 4.M
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT |p-m rWl- '
IN UU} STYLE
Rooms handsomely furnished with
antique oak furniture.
-kVEUY DESCRIPTION, -
j. a l fjEH watts.
QRIFF IN & WATTS;
Uoanoke, .... Virginia:
Office : Room No. 5, Kirk's building,
corner Salem avenue and Jefferson St.
P EI. S. MORRIS* IN.
ATTORN":Y AT LAW.
Office Room No. 1. Thomas build?
ing, Conn Ih tise Square, Roanoke.
Va. All husiness promptly attended i"
^ P. STAPLES,
Office: Corner Salem avenue and
Commerce streets, over Wertz'a gro?
cery. mvM tf.
TU' '-MAS W. MILLER,
We keep th.' following brand* ol
whiskey "ii hand: Helle of Nelson.
Gibson,.Hunter. WHnon, Walker's' Iii
Malt. Alderney anil Clover Club
These .ire among the finest whisky*!
[^"Billiard and pool rooms attached j
feb20 tf Office?No. 10 Kirk buiidiiig,ov< r
Johnson & Johnson's I >rug Store.
Botctourt couuLy, | Uoanoke count*
, A T1ri,-i,i ? Purlf Till? " I jlf OOM AW & WOODS,
Roanoke and Driving 1 aik Line. j jjj ATTORNEYS-AT-LA1
TIMETABLE, -1: , ;actice i:i the courts of Roanoke
i city ana county and counties adjoining. IVi i
Pin 11V l?jV<!01)t SlllHlfl V attend thecourta of ?Soanoke andBotetouil
l'clllj l^VtA>in k7,,uutV I egularly._Office-Salejn Avenue, opposil,
Cars will h ave for park, at corner
Commerce street and Shetiaudoah
avenue at 8.00, 9.30, and 11.00 a. m.,
1.30, 3.00 and 4 30 p. m.
Returning, leave park at 8.45, 10.15
and 11.45 a.m., 2.15, 3.45 and 5.15 p.m.
Car? will leave for Driving Park
very hour, commencing at 8.00 a. m.
ROANOKE AND VINTON LINE.
Cars will leave front of Union Pas?
senger depot daily for Vinton every
30 minutes, commencing at 8.00 a. m.
J. F. CHRISTIAN,
an 3_tf General Manager.
- 011, Rouiieke, 1 ?.
P L. WOOD, D. D. S.. DENTIST.
Smith's new Building. Salem avem:
References?Prof. Ja?. H. Harris!
Baltimore, Md.; Dr. Chas. L. Steeh,
Richmond, Va., Dr. Leigh Bucknei,
Attorney and Counselor-at-Law,
Office, Room 4, Moomaw Building.
Jefferson street, Roanoke city. Va.
. Will practice at Salem and in the ad?
joining counties, United States Dis?
trict and Circuit Courts and Court r-t
Tili Citizons Bail of RoMe ?
Salem Avenue, between Jefferson
and Henry Streets,
J. B. Levy, President. Late caehier
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
general banking business are equal to
to any banking house in Virginia.
Collections a specialty and prompt
remittances made. Interest allowed
on time deposits _ml8-tf
Wm. f. Baker. Wm. h. abklby
gUSTAF BOTTIGER, Architect
Graduate of the
of Stockholm and Gothenburg,
Sweden. Plans and Specifications
delivered on short notice. Correspon?
Office Masonic Building, Roanofre, Va.
Seal Estate Agents,
Room No. 9, Second Floor, Moomaw
Block, South Jefferson Street,
City Property, Farms and Minera
Lands sold. Correspondence
Marshall's Cafe?For a full course
dinner served, in A1 style da?y ff?in
1 ft 3 f?r 50 cents. att?-tf
G. W. IIANSBIiOUOH.
sam. o. williams.
TjANSBROUGH & WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Room No. 11, - Moomaw Building,
Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va.
Will practice in the Hustings court of
the city of Roanoke, Court of Ap- j
peals of Virginia and United States
district courts. mar25-tf
A. l. 60rlet, President.
S. p. gorley, Vice President.
j. s. Simmons, Sec'v and Treas.
Brick and Tile Works,
Manufacturers of first-class Brick of |
all Rinds, including No. 1 Press Brick,
Draining Ti!e; &c. Works on Weft
Campbell street, Roanoke, Va. Box
FOR SALE CHEAP.?A FINE SA
loqn outfit, 18 foot counter, walnut
BS WS FEM 151' 125.
boys' b?ITS fr?m $3 t<> $
CHILDREN'S SUITS FROM $2 TO $10
MEN'S, BOYS', YOUTH'S,
IN ALL STYLES
SATIN-USED A SPECIALTY
Furnishing Department Complete
Wrigtit IMoeli Jefferson Street.
Real Esiaie Brokers.
Have Just Flared on th< Market the Beautiful
AETNA AND GLIDE" LIP COMPANIES
FOR FROM $75 to 8200 per lot fti n-rn Su> fiii t a!! pun 1 a?ers, ?30 to $50
cash, balance in monthly installnaans at $10 per month. 'I Iiis- is desirable pro?
perly and very cheap. We have
improved and Unimproved.
PROPERTY in all parts of the city on MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Stop
paying rent and come at once aud get bargains which will do you good.
W. M. YAGER & CO.
nov 24 Gm
M. A. RIFE, Prest. B. L. GRE1DEB. Sec. & Trea
Rift's Hyflranlic Eupe Mannfacturlns Coiapany
KIFE'S HYDRAULIC ENGINE. OK KAM
SMALL TOWNS, f?|
- noil ?
GOOD AGENTS WASTED
"Office No. 3 Second avenue, S, W. Opposite Masonic Temple
I, :-ki City, Va
?5 &s %0 SL~ S S B? 5*? ?B?B?J
Binefield, W. Va.
Hie above house:, otter iupen?r accommodations to the
fravelling Public. Sample Uoonvs tor Commercial Men.
?WSSBllD. E. FOSTER,
I R. GREEN E& CO..
DUE FEY & GREENE,
?HAVE OFENED LT THEIR IMMENSE?
And will be pleased to have the public
come ami examine it.
tf ?aTPRICES AT TBE BOTTOM OF THE SEA."?a
?AGENTS FOR REAL ESTATE
Office Moomaw Building Jefiesou Street. Sell or Exchange
Houses and Lots in Koanoke and Vicinity
mch 10 tf
GIVE l1^ A C ALL.
IMPORTER AND REPAIRER OF
OUR REPAIRING DEPARTMENT
is an charge of the very finest workmen that can be had, and we guarantee
otfdo work which cannot be duplicated in the city. Send your watches to
AND GET FIRSf CLASS WORK. ??
I* A?t MVA ?n.