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"SOWETHII IC to EAT A CARD
Is what everybody is looking for. * re have not the time nor space to en- .
merate the name of all ' e have iu stock, but will nay
COME AMD SEE ?S? THE
You can surely Und i "cry thing that ia kept in
A FIRST-CLASS IROGERY STORE.
OUR PRICES WILL StJI
YOU. lrOUR PATRON AG-j
L. H. B
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN I
nouncing to the public that we
receiving daily our
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GEO. ALLEN. C. O1? MPK1NS. C. L HATCHER.
ALLEN, TOMPEWS & HATCH Elf,
REAL EST. LTE AGENTS.
OFFICE?Main Street, Opposit. Hotel Lucerne. SALEM, VIRGINIA.
AGENTS FOR THE I X.LE OF PROPERTY OF
WEST SALEM .AND COMPAMY,
Tho Salem Improvement Co.. an? II other Salem Land Companies. Pro] -
erty in all parts of the city. Also. ? .rm, Mineral and Coal Lands.
^?^Correspondence Solicited mv7.+f
-SUCH AS A FINE LINE OF
We make a specialty i:i mourni
Goods.3<K) pieces of Dress Ginghn
from p cent* upwards. We hav
splendid line of'Powells, Napk
and Table lines. Our
SUCH AS H A N OK E R< HUE FS, I V
i dies' alidChildren's Hose,cannot -n
j surpassed in Roanoke.
iWE HPE JUST RECEIVED
Importers a:i d Wholesale
No. 3 Jefferson ? fcreet, Gale Block*
Have in store and for sale HO barrels 1 bester whiskey, ourown distillation, .1
barrels celebrated Glenwood whiske; of which we are sole proprietors, a!-:
Lawson's choice old velvet aud V sou, and other brands of whiskey t<
numerous to mention. Imported at domestic brandies, gins, wines, See., al
of the celebrated brands in wood d glass 50. cases Mumm s champagn ?
just received. Can furnish anythin: in our line at lowest Bgures.
Special Attention Paid to On ers from Dry Districts. Come
and See Us.
E. DID 11
over one thousand pieces oi Swiss a il
Hanibiirg Edgings, flouncings u
black and white.
Do Not Make up any Mo
Underwear when you can buy tin ri
at 29 cents and 59 cents apiece :
gowns us well as skirts.
Try one of our Kabo Corse s
as they are guaranteed for twel ?
We Are the Agents for tl t
Foster Eid Gloves, the best on t u
We Keep a Full Line >i
Beaded Capes as low as iJ.OO a
Corner Jefferson ai d Campbell Streets
QJ*STOCK large, complete and fr; i. Everything: ?at is kept by a Urs
class ^roceryman can be found at or, i store.
I In Fact You Can Find An)
thing t^pat is kept in a first-classd
goods house at the lowest prie<
Do not pass us by. but come in.
we take a pleasure in showing gi >o<
CALL AND S E 1 M E.
IF Y?? WANT TO MAKh A GOOD IUfESTM
CALL OI" OR ADDRESS
1 122 SALEM AVENUi
\Y O. HARDAWAY,
ft. ATTORNEY AT LAW.
sjsa a g? rj gcfe (Late of the Martinsville Par.)
tr3 I % fi.3 Courts: Roanoke and adjoiuij ?;
? a&n j counties. Office No. 303 Rw>?a *?[
Real Estate Brokers. Office, Mooim ? Block. JelTcrsou Street. P. 0. Box 8& I Thomas Building,
?,..< i ianlt) tf
Tazewe 1 Gouniy, Va.
Sale of Town Lots began
A fifty thousand HOTEL under ? ntract.
Fine stone BANK and POSTOE!' CE BUILDING under contract.
A large number of STORES and ! WELLINGS under contract.
A ROLLING MILL under contra: .
Coal mines three miles away and on mines Two miles.
The Clinch /alley Goal and Iron Company,
WHICH OWNS THE TOWN SITE,
Offers $200,000 io I idustrial Enterprises 0 locate al Riehl
Jin L" Li
And when this amount is reached th i Company will double the price of its remaining !ots, making an immediati
p? mand for lots in the hands of first trchasers.
RIO HLANDS is on the connectii link between the Norfolk and West tu and Louisville aud Nashville Rail
roads and in the direct line of cheap ? abama Irons coming North to market
The Clinch River runs through t i town site, insuring a good supply of zater for the town and good drainage
Thailand comprised in the town site i almost level and little or no grading 1 as to be done.
The proximity of the Ore and Fu and The large cash inducements offen .1 insure the success of the town.
Over 8240,000 #orth of Town Lots Have Been Sold.
RICHLANDS is located in a beat ? fu! large valley and is the most favo-able situation for an industrial town
.bt ween Radford and Middieboro. i ?
C2TFor maps of town and r irticulars, apply^to
C GRAHAM, AGENT,
f TazewcJI Count?.; V
New Cash Store,
NO* HO COMMERCE STREET;
Will show tliia week the ueweat
SILK DRAPERY NETS,
Porgee SiklsIndiaSilks.Surrah'sSll ??,
Far?le Silks, in all shades.
New Woolen Fabrics in Ha vi
souieRobe Patterns very cheap,
Phtin Materials in all the pop?
ular murlcs -inii shades;
Van Dyke passementeries i;i
latsjj! i ? ? > ? 'ti ? nr.
Ladies will find onr stock of the
highest order and not surpassed >.?
eil y houses;
Mail orders promptly attended to
HIROJilM?S & BSUGH
110 Commerce Street,
Willbegivehto the nearest guewe:1
of the number of beans contained ii ;
bottle now on exhibition at our sto e
To receive a pair of pants valued ii
To receive a hat valued at
Persons purchasing to the amou ri
of $1 of more is entitled to a guess.
Boasts to lie counted
on the first day of
116 SOUTH JEFFERSON ST REE''
SI'iX'IAL, L.OCAI. XOTICES.
Our special line of nobby suits an 1
trousers for warm'weather are nowii .
We can boast of having the best a -
sortment, best Utting, liuest and motl,
stylish goods in the city.
inyl-Tf Joski'k Cony.
Latest styles Straw Hats, at i.
Goetz's, 21 Salem ayenne. ap30-tf
Marshall's Cafe?The popular r< -
sort, furnishes a first-class dinnt r
daily from 1 to 3 for 00 cents. ap5-tf
?-Plaster your house with Marbli
Rock lime, best on the marke*. Ifyo !
don't believe it, call on Carner & Co.,
Bole agents. Remember they are th;
cheapest sash, door and blind manufac ?.
t.urers in the city. Satisfaction guarac
For stylish straw hats, -sec Elli i
Bros., Clothiers. ap30-tf
Another invoice of Youman's hat;
received at Joseph Colin's, the Salei
avenue clothier. myl-tf
For colds, croup, asthma, bronchi?
tis and sore throat use Dr. Thoma.'
Eclectric Oil. and get, the best.
Flannel shirts, silk shirts, silk belt i
in abundance, at Joseph Colin's, th ?
Salem avenue clothier. myl-tf
We have in stock about 75 pairs o
black worsted pants, all sizes, Iron,
broken suits. 2sot a pair worth les
than $7. We are determined to ge
rid of them. You can take you
choice for $4.90. It will pay to se
these goods; all rsizes.
The James Meem's $3 Shoe, at E
Goetz's, 21 Salem avenue. apUO-tf
myl-tf JosrcruCoiiN, Clothier.
For ladies' and gent's Tender Fee
Shoes, go to E. Goetz, 21 Salen
Buy jour cooking stoves from M.H
lennings & Co., uear market house
Salem aveoue. f
We will make a special- run on xi<
ind $12 suit6 for the next three days
If you are in need of a first-class busi
aess suit now is the time to buy and
save from $2 to $3.
myl-tf JoSKru Cohn, Clothier.
Latest styles Straw Hats, at E.
Goetz's, 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf
For fire insurance call at the office
of the Roanoke Trust, Loan aud S?ft
[Deposit Co. dec28-tf
The James Meem's $3 Shoe, at E.
Goetz;s, 21 Salem avenue. ap;$0-tf
For ladies' and gent's Tender Feet
Shoes, go to E. Goetz's, 21 Salem
avenue. - . ap30-tf^
To get a perfect fitting suit of cus?
tom-made clothes, just leave your
order at Joseph Cohn's, the Salem
avenue clothier. You will be sure to
t;et it. myl-tf
Stoves 1 Btoves ! stoves ! cheaper
than ever at M. H. Jennings & Co., ,
:alem avenue, near market house. <
Our $10 black cheviot suits can't oe ;
sought elsewhere for less than $12.50.
3ow 1b that??at Cohn's, of course,
Artists material at Picken's.
A DAY'S DOING t,
TUESDAY'S GOSSIP THAT (S
THE POLICE NEWS OF CIRCUS E .I
Thumb Nearly tn< Off?To M?rr d.
?-?uio to Nashville?Carbniro Kc?-o! h
At the Slnrkot Houne Yetiterd y.
?culh of n Child-Other l.ocuh. ?
No business was transacted in : e
Hustings court yesterday.
James M. Watts, of Cave Spri g,
was huthe city yesterday.
P. S. Peiinybacker, of Mt. Juckt n,
is here looking after investments!
Marriage was a failure in Roan- te
yesterday, no licenses having b '.1
Several Indian students of Roam :e
College, were here yesterday atte: -
ing the circus.
Captain Clarence B. Strouso, of le
Jeff. Davis Rifles of Salem, w;is In ? te
Mr. J. B. Frier, chief of poliet . f
Salem, came to town yesterday "j .-t
to see the animals."
T. G. Kiflian, H. W, Bertram, i 1
1). G. Barnitz, of Roanoke ( ? -
lege, were in the city yesterday.
Lieutenant W. II. King, of Sah
is in the city, as also is John S. Da is
and VV*. [fi. Summers, ofthat place.
An infant child of Mr. W. F. A -
son died yesterday morning and \ I
be hurried this afternoon at 1 o'elo t.
Mr. N. D. Hawkins, superintend it
of public schools for Bedford couu. , ,
was in the city yesterday.
II. Siverthom, esq., the Lynchbu .,
and tioahdke jeweler, is here look!, g
after business interests.
Mr. John Cooper, of Coopers, W si
Virginia, an.extensive coal opemt r,
is stopping al Hotel Felix.
lJr F C TJce has returned from a t >
weeks stay in Bagerstown, owing <>
the severe iiiness of a near relative.
.Mr. Bert Davis, press agent ?r
Barnum & Bailey's greatest show i
earth, stopped at Hotel RoanC ??
while in the city.
li. 1.. Pelouze, esq:, of Richmoi 1.
of the large type foundry establi )
cuent of Pelouze & Co.. is in the ci ?.
Twenty-two wagons paid the cu i
age tax at tho city market yesterd y
morning and the receipts were $8. ???
Mr. E. Purcell, <-f White Post, i
(.contractor on the ohm extension >'
the Norfolk and Western railroad, :
it the Felix.
Mr. C. T. Huffard, of WytheviUe *
in the city visiting his brother, R< ?
.1. A. Huffard, assistant pastor of ;
Mark'.- Lutheran church.
Captain PatrickMcCaull, of Lyni ?
burg, internal revenue collector
the Sixth district, i- registered
The marriage of Mr. C. D. Kef
and Miss Birdie Airheart, of thisch '
is announced for the "J7t Ii ins! a:
The ceremony will take place
Greene Memorial church.
The dummy ear on the Vinton u -
tension of the street railway Iii .
made a trip every fifteen minutes y
terday, to accommodate the rush.
Dr. C. ti. Cannaday, number of a
delegate to the American Medical J
sociation, which convenes at Mas -
ville, Tenn.. left for that city yesfc -
day evening and will be absent du -
ing the meeting of the association.
Mr. Llewellyn Lookabill cut t'
thumb on his right hand severely Is t
night in a paper cutter, in the j.
office of Lookabill & Son. lie w
cutting some paper and 1 is fing
slipped under the knife.
James II. Numley; of the count
came to the city yesterday to see t.
circus. He tied his horse to a treeoi
Eighth avenue and when hereturne
some time later, it was cone and h
not. since been heard from. M
Numley thinks that it has bei i
ODDS AND END3 'IN JEWELRY.
A miniature gold and platinum she
herd's crook forms a new glove hatten?
Two horseshoes, ono of diamonds at
tho other of emeralds, constitute a ve:
pretty setting for a gentleman's ring.
A plain gold egg shaped bonbon b<
of recent production has a fine diamoi
set in the knob by which the receptac
Five precious stone? irregularly set:
a hand ring engraved with eccer.tr
flower wurk constitute- a novelty that i
worn by both sexes.
The fair sox are becoming partial '
gold bonbon boxes, with a repository c
the top for a miniature painting or po
trait of some friend,
' A mermaid, the upper part of which
of carved moonstones and the tail (
Bmall diamonds, forms a lace pin ths
inspires much admiration.
The most recent ornamentation for 1:.
dies' gold watch cases represents a cusl
ion tufted with diamonds. This noyelt
produces a very attractive efYect.
Among tho betting books introduce
this season is one with a cover of oxidize
silver representing a series of rivete
boiler plates. Tho plates are engrave
with appropriate figures and character:
Almost perfect in every detail is a lac
pin of gold backed enamel simulatin
the beautiful orchid Miltonia, wide
grows on the island of Madagascar. Th
demand for enameled flowers, wide,
reached such large proportions last sea
son, promises to continue.?Jeweler'
The Burdock Plant is one of th.
best diuretics or kidney regulators i
the vegetable world, and the ccm
pound known as burdock Blood Bit
ters is unsurpassed in all diseases c
the kidneys, liver and blood.
Tho "Mothcr'M Friend.
Not only shortens labor and lessen
pain attending it, but greatly dimin
ishes the danger to life of bot!,
mother and child if used a few month1
before confinement. Write to th'1
Bradfield Regulator Coi; Atlanta, Ga.
for further particulars. Sold by al
The best, tittinc and most stylisl
suits in the city at ?Geycr's, on Camp
bell street._ my20 tf
Remarkable, yet true. A. B. C
Alterative has" cured blood dis?
eases after physicians failed
Geyer, the Campbell street Tailor,
carries a large and select stock oi
goods in his line. my20 tf.
Go to Geyer's to get your spring
and summer suits, my20 tf.
I am candidate for re-election as
ustice of peace of Second ward.
my20 at S. V/. HOWERTON. - s
WAN co '
WANTED.?A SITUATION IN A i
VV shoe store by a man of ten years
?xperience. Address, E. B. Tim-?s
-Sice. _niylfl tf.
HI7ANTED--TW0 RELIABLE EN-, i
' V ergetic agents, salary*Trom start, ?
:r commission for local man devoting
art time. L. P.THTJRSTON&C?-,;- E
Empire Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y. | c
J. WILKES BOOTH'S TRUNKS.
' They Were ricked Up from a Wroc" cd
Vcasel Below Quebec iuid Sold
! Thomas Casey, a typical Irishm ? of
j CO years or more, stood in front of io
Opera house in Detroit, Mich., intsn Iy
studying the show bill that bor: e
name of Edwin Booth, who was >1 y
iug an engagement there. He as ? .a
man who was standing near him f . i
win Booth was any relation to J.
Willtos Booth. Being assured that bo
was, Mr. Casey repaired to the hofce; to
tell Mr. Booth the following reraar ca?
In June, .1SG5, while Mr. Casey 1 as
an auctioneer in Quebec, a schoo cr
called the Emma loaded at Montr id
with oil for Nassau. In tho cai to
were seven largo trunks marked ' J.
W. B., Nassau, to he called for.' 1 ac
schooner passed Quebec, but a sh ?rt
distance below that city a storm si ri ?k
her and sho was wrecked. The ci w
and officers woro never scon, bu , io
derelict was picked up by some Quel oc
sailors, who claimed salvage.
Tlic goods recovered were put i to
the admiralty court to bo sold, ;?. id
Thomas Casey was the auctioneer to
whom the sale was intrusted. le
opened the seven trunks and fou 1(1
them tilled with rich velvet suss,
jeweled daggers, armors, helm --;5,
plumes and various other theatric d c.
ccssories. Old letters bearing the i d
dreas of "J. Wilkes Booth'' and In n
drcds of tickets with tho initials ' J.
W. B." were also found.
The goods were much damaged >y
water. For some of thorn there v. js
no call, and Mr. Casey kept the a.
The sailors realized $300, and $30 < IS
deposited to tlio credit of J. Wil cs
Booth or his heirs. Mr. Casey 1 id
never heard of J. Wilkes Booth.
A way down in Quebec ho took bi t' fc
tle interest in tho affairs ihat w-re
then interesting tho American mi; .1,
and be made no effort to lind i ic
owner, who, he then supposed, v is
drowned on the Emma, nor had be
any interest in inquiring for Booth's
relatives. In the lapse of time the af?
fair escaped his memory and he did
not think of it again. Casey's endet v
or to sec Edwin Booth was futile.
The fact that the trunks were c< l
signed to Nassau leads to the bei f
that J. Wilkes Booth evidently h >p d
to escape to the Bahama islands a d
there resume his profession, beliex iie,r,
no doubt, that Iiis offense would be
considered a political one and that he
would be safe in a foreign country.
Casey is a resident of Montreal.?
Cor. New York Times.
Tact In Managing the I.oys.
A quaint story is told about Master
Tommy Anderson, an old time peda?
gogue. Once he taught a school in
Farmington where the boys had dr v n
out several teachers. He found thai
the chief conspirator was a good look?
ing, grown up girl, bright, saucy and
proud. The schoolmaster wore his
hniv in a cue, as was the fashion in
those days. When he was "doing a
sum,'' with his head down, she tossed
his cue back and forth as if it were
a toy, much to the amusement of the
scholars. Uncle Tommy said notb in ?,
but kept up quite a thinking. ] c
knew if he called out the guilty gi ?]
and punished her the big boys wou i
rise and carry him out. So he adopt 1
unusual tactics in conducting- 1 i
He found a lot of lonrj hair hangit i
up in a barn. From this he select, d*
aud smoothed out a bunch resembling
a cue, and tied it up nicely with a rib?
bon. Taking this to the school rfO'.i
early the next morning, he suspended
it from the peg where tho girl alwa;. s
hung her cloak and hood, then j 3
commenced to set copies as us is .
When she came in and spied the c ji -
ous contrivance she looked surprise 1
and puzzled. Quoth Master Torr n. '
in a mild tone of voice, ''Miss, I Lia i
brought that bunch of hair for youi >
use as a play thing instead of my cr.c. '
The proud spirited girl was humilhtc I
before tho whole school und could uos
help crying. Uncle Tommy had wou
the victory by stratagem rather than
by force of arms-and had no further
difficulty with his scholars.?Farming ?
'?""o Common Pests.
J. A. Lintner, New York state crib ?
mologist, advises for tho squash vir. ?
borer wetting the stem at a distanc < .
two feet from the base of the plants v. ii
water containing Paris green at the rat
of half a teaspoonful to a gallon, iij .
preventive of egg deposit, place in e ic'.
hill four or live corn cobs dipped'in i o;
tar, redipping them from time to tim i i
July and August; For strawberry pk ni *
affected with insects a change of soil is
recommended for the young plants, and.
tho immediate plowing under of tho old
plants as soon as tho fruit is off.
The attacks of the striped cucumber
beetle are repelled by planting beans in
each hill with tho cucumber seed. Ga??,
lima or tobacco dust, applied with a bel?
lows at least once a week, or better twice,
is good for woolly aphis. For flea beetle
mix thoroughly one teaspoonful Paris
green with one quart of flour; this to bo
dusted on the plants while wet with dew.
English Rye Grass.
Professor. Sanborn is the authority for
the statement that English rye grass,
which in great Britain is the backbone
of tho hay crop, has the distinction of
being the only grass methodically im?
proved by selection. To the English
fanner it is what timothy is to us. The
professor, who has grown English ryo
grass for six years, says: '"No grass
springs up so quickly after sowing and
grows so rapidly in tho early spring.
Where a lawn is to be quickly made this
grass is sown for this purpose, other
lawn grasses being sown with it. On
our soil it yields well and comes well up
to timothy for tho first year, but it does I
not stand at all well when sown alone. ]
with me lodging almost as flat as though i
rolled. It will not winter as well as tho , [
above named grasses."
Popular Gardening is authority for the
statement that no material has been
found so satisfactory as earth for blanch?
Kerosene in the poultry house will
keep down vermin.
Roll the lawn early and often. D
Mr. Willard said before a meeting of *
;he Western New York Horticultural
society that after an experience of five
>r six years with the Early River's peach
le believed it had a hardy fruit bud and
vould stand more cold than other v:i
Waldo F. Brown, of Ohio, say3: "Gocd
lay is not produced by thin seeding, for
he grasses will grow coarse and ram*:,
whereas heavy seeding will give fine, so "t ?
Fowls that have a variety of food co^
tot need artificial stimulants or pungent j
bndiments to ranks tbttn tey Ot
beta in Heafth.
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND, AT
GROC ZRY, 148 SALEM AVENUE
C. B. JOliDAN.
It N. Si iCANDLiSH,
E. H. CLOWES.
Biiona Vista, Virginia.
i.^AL ESTATE, STOCK AND INSURANCE.
-The desire can be gratifie? by becomraing a member of the
OLD DOMINION B?ILDIIG AND LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF RICHMO VD, VIRGINIA.
3harescan be obtained from Wa) er Budwell, corner Jefferson streetand
Salem avenue; J. W. Shields, First National Bank, or\V. M.Chatham
, Special agent.
)FFICE, 100 Jefferson Street, with iV. M. Yager and Co.
3NE GAP, VA.
2VE^"^T _20, 1890.
AliicI to Continue During- the "Week.
SALE OF THE
Louisville & Nashville Railroad
BUSINESS AND ? WITCH PROPERTY.
The last and v
pot in the cent
This is not %St
one Land or Improvement Compan
The site for a MIGHTS
railroads, and of four otl
Mineral, Coal. Marble, s
trolled by EIGHT Laud and In:;
dollars of capital, representing th
and public men in the United Stat
(Send for a list of their names.)
(Which is sayinu much.
ost valuable of all tracts of business lots
Id. Magnificent Union Passenger De
own, an advertised town, dependent
upon one industry or one line ot pro
railroad, or owned or controlled by
CITY, the junction of four powerful
?rs projected, the center of the richest
id Timber district in America. Con
?rovement Companies with millions of
? best known Financiers, Capitalists,
*s, all sections of which is interested
In minerals, limestone, railroads,
enterprise, and outlook for future
ior to Birmmgnam
(Which is saying- snore ,
timber, water, and water power,
point and in geographical location
the largest coke plant in the work
magnificent hotels, Water W orks. I
Belt Railroad. Telephone and Elect
Business Blocks, Union Depot. P
and Wagon Manufactory, Tanner}-,
in coking co-1, nne iron
and steel producing ores,
building stone and marble,
Hmate, scenery, as a manufacturing"'
[J'.'Uil. dllU Iii ^^U^l
Controls the sale of the Louisville c
and to continue during the week.
utglv advanced in value on the eon;
Norfolk & Western, and East Tei:
uftrly in September.
Send for maps of the city, and 1
Bouto to Big Stone is via jj^ *
Bristol, Tenn. and the S.
0. & A. B. R. now com
, tiic " Montezuma " and two other
wo dummy lines of Street Railway,
ric Light System. Theatre, Bank and
uiing Mill, Sash, Door and Blind,
. and many minor enterpri ">s.
T!f LAND CO.
Nashville property. Sale, May 29th,
Lots bought at this sale zeill be amaz
>letion of the Louisville & Nashville,
lessee, Virginia & Georgi? Railroad*
tinted matter of interest.
Vice President Fayette Land Co.,
/<IG STO^TE GAP, VA.
I ALE OF CIIY LOTS
AY 20th, 21st andJ22nd, 'z f
Livingston County, Ky
Located on higrli, rolling'taml, entirely nliov overtlow; between the Tennessee anil Cu mbe
and livers. Immense deposits of Brown, Heina iteOre. Twelve Seams of (.oking anci Steam
Vm) Thickest seam 7 feet. Fire Brick and otl er clays; Limesto ie In ..lose proximity. Bound?
ed for'Kt of Virjrin timber of till kinds. WV'. and rail transportation facilities unsurpassed.
Superior location for manufacturtir ? wi<i ascription. Two Charcoal Iron Furnaces un
icr construction. Business and > >Jc.ni cs under way. t unshed streets being made,
?overed with the celebrated cement gravel so wi 11 known.
A NEW ENGLAND ENTERPRISE.
Excursion Leaves Boston May 17th
Special Rates from all points. For Prospectus, etc., address
GRAND RIVERS COMPANY, GRAND RIVERS, KT.t
113 Devonshire Street, Boston, Mass.
W. S. G?OCH,
H. L. CHILES,
Sec'y & Tr.
OLD DOMINION Ilffllf CO.
OFFICE: IN CITIZEI S' BANK BUILDING,
HAKES AND NEGOTIATES F13ST-CLASS INVESTMENTS.