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If "what everybody is looking for. Wf have not the time nor space to enn- j
merate the name of all w<> lave in stock, hut will say ! _ - _ __ _ _ TT ^ Y T ,~
COME AND SEE JS," ? PUBLIC
'?U. YOUR PATRONAGE
You can surelv find ev; ything tliat is kept in
A FIRST-GLASS C ROCEEY STORE.
OUR PRICES WILL SUIT
L. H. B
tf JEFFERSON STREET,
GEO. ALLEN. ~~C~ C. TO i
OFFICE?Main Street. Opposite :
AGENTS FOR THE &i
west salem 1
The Salem Improvement Co., and a.
erry in all parts of the city. Also. Fa i
PK INS. C. L. HATCHER.
ns & hatcher,
itel Lucerne. SALEM, VIRGINIA.
,E OF PROPERTY OF
and comp A my,
other Salem Land Companies. Prop
?, Mineral and Coal Lands.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
nouncing to the public that we ar<
receiving daily our
-SUCH AS A FIXE LINE OF
joseph mm u
Importers am l Wholesale
No. o Jeiferson Si ?eet, Gale Block*
Have in store and for sale 50 barrels Cl
barrels celebrated Glenwood whiskey
Lawson's choice old velvet and Wil
numerous to mention. Imported and
ot the celebrated brands in wood an
jusr received. Can furnish anything
Special Attention Paid to Ordc
and See Us.
~ter whiskey, our own distillation, 50
which we are sole proprietors, also,
a, and other brands of whiskey too
unestic brandies, gins, wines, &c, all j
-iass 50. cases Mumm's champagnes'
our line at lowest figures.
from Dry Districts, Comei
p ? n
Corner Jefferson am
STOCK large, complete and Ires;
clas* groceryman can be found at our
Everything: _at is kept by a first
call and S E k M E.
We make a specially in moumin?
Go?ds.800 pieces ol Dress Gingham
from fl cents upwards. We have i
splendid line of Towells. Napkin:
and Table lines. Our
SUCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS, LA
dies' and Children's Hosccannot bt
surpassed in Roanoke.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVEL
over one thousand pieces of Swiss and
Hamburg Edgings, Qouncings in
black and white.
Do Not Make up any More
Underwear when you can buy them
at 29 cents and 59 cents apiece in
srowns as well as skirts.
Try one of our Kabo Corsets
as they are guaranteed for twelve
We Are the Agents for the
Foster Kill Gloves, The best on the
("Ve Keep a Full Line of
I Beaded Capes as low as $2.00 a
li Fact You Can Find Any?
thing that is kept in a first-class dry
goods house at the lowest prices.
Do not pass us i>y. i>;11 come in, as
we take a pleasure in showing goods.
IF YOU WANT TG MAKE. i GOOD INVESTMENT IN1
122 SALEM AVENUE,
CALL ON C : ADDRESS
attouxky at law.
Ren Estate Brokers. Office, Moomaw
> (Late of the Martinsville Bar.^
I ' i Courts: Roanoke and adjoining
9 ; c 'Unties. Ofiice No. 00;; Sorot.-'
>ck, JelTerson Street. P. O. Box 324 ! wniis Building,
? janlG tf
Tazewell County, Va.
Sale of Town Lot^ began
A liftv thousand HOTEL under con ; act.
Fine stone BANK and POSTOFFIC I BUILDING under contract.
A large number of STORES and DA'' ILLINGS under contract.
A ROLLING MILL under contract.
Coal mines three miles away and ire. mines two miles.
The Clinch Vi Hey Coal and Iro i Gompany,
V UCH OWNS THE TOWN SITE,
Offers $200,000 to End isstrsaS Enterprises to locate at Richlands
SALE OF LOTS ^?to J3G3J
And whCn this amount is reached the C< ipany will double the price of its res aining 'ots, making an immediate
' demand for lots in the hands Of first pur users.
R1C HLANDS is on the connecting ! k between the Norfolk and Western and Louisville and Nashville Rail?
roads and in the direct line of cheap Ala ma Irons coming North to market.
1 he Clinch River runs through the t vn site, insuring a good supply of wat r for the town and good drainage.
The'lind comprised in the town site is : I lost level and little or no grading has o be done.
The proximity of the Ore and Fuel a I the large cash inducements ollered ii sure the success of the town.
Over $240,000 Viorth of Town Lots Hive Been Sold.
^gc valley and i, the most favorab e situation for an industrial town
WFor maps of town and par fc mlars, apply'to i
C GKAHAM, AGENT,
RICHLANDS, TazeweH Countv., V
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
Will show this week the newes;
SILK DRAPERY NETS,
Farille Silks, in all shades.
' New Woolen Fabrics in Hanc
I someRoho Patterns very cheap.
: Plain Materials in all the pop
j alar fabrics and shades.
'Van Dyke Passementeries ii
iarge amort in i nt.
Ladies will find our stock of thi
highest order and not surpassed b}
Mail orders promptly attended to
mWSmi & BEUGH
110 Commerce Street,
On Monday, MaySCtb, at the resi?
dence of Mr. Robert Logan, near Sa?
lem, there will be sold at public auc
t ion the farming implements from two
.'arms, Grlenniore and Sherwood, be?
sides horses and cattle. At this time
will also be sold, through the real
(state agents, tnelotsof the Sherwood
addition. The sule will begin at b>
o'clock. Six horses of D. T. Martin
will be offered for sale at the same
A Lady In South Carolina Writes.
My labor was shorter and less pain
fol than on two former occasions;
< nysicians astonished ; 1 thank you
>r "Mother's Friend." It is worth
s weight in gold. Address The
! radfield Keg- 1;,?-. Atlauta, Ga., for
articul?rs. S< Id by all druggists.
The "Mother's Friend.
Not only shortens labor and lessens
p iin attending it, bur greatly dimin?
ishes the danger to life of both
n other and child if used a few months
'?efore conflnement. Write to the
S radfield Regulator Co., Atlanta. G?.,
.or further particulars. Sold by all
l.-uggists. _ _
Remarkable, yet true. A. F>. C
alterative has cured blood dis?
use.-, after physicians failed
The Burdock Plant is one of the
i -t diuretics or kidney regulators in
he vegetable world, and the com
ound known as Burdock Blood Bit?
ers is unsurpassed iuall diseases of
he kidneys, liver and blood.
The best fitting and most stylish
its in the city at Geyer's, on Canip
?:-!l street. my20 tf.
lir.'Kiiicid's Female Regulator
Should be used by the young wo
-ii, she who shtTers from any dis
irder peculiar to her sex, and at
.hange of life is ;i powerful tonic;
:encfits all who use it. Write The
'tradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for
articulars. Sold by all drugists.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
< )ur special line of nobby suits and
rousers for warm weather are now in.
,Ve can boast of having the best as
? irtment, best lifting, finest and most,
tylisb goods in the city.
inyl-tf J?skph Cohx.
Latest styles Straw Hats, at E.
' loetz's, 'l\ Salem avenue. ap30-tf
Marshall's Cafe?The popular re
:o-t, furnishes a first-class dinner
i aily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents. apoVtf
?Plaster your house with Marble
] eck lime, best on the marke'.. Ii'you
< n't believe it, call on Carucr & Co.,
f >!e agents. Remember they are the
c ?.?.?sapefct sash, door and blind manufac
1 ,:ers in the city. Satisfaction guaran?
ji'or stylish straw hats, see Ellis
1 i ds.. Clothiers. ap30-tf
Another invoice of Youman's hats
l ;ceived at Joseph Cohn's, the Salem
t v :nue clothier. niyl-tf
For colds, croup, asthma, bronchi
t i and sore throat use Dr. Thomas'
1 dectrie Oil, and get the best.
Flannel shirts, silk shirts, silk belts
i ? abundance, at Joseph Cohn's, the
? i em avenue clothier. myl-tf
We have in stock about 75 pairs of
1 lack worsted pants, all sizes, from
1 roken suits. Not a pair worth less
t an ?7. We are determined to get
r 1 of them. Von can take your
c :oice for $4.90. It will pay t? see
t M se goods: all sizes.
The James Meem's :?;J Shoe, at E.
C oetz's, 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf
siyi-tf Joseph Cohx, Clothier.
Tor ladies' and gent's Tender Feet
& . >es, go to E. Goetz, 21 Salem
a ? enue. ap30-tf
Buy your cookiug stoves from M.H,
J cniugs & Co., near market house.
? dim avenue. t
Ve will make a special run on $10
aad .*P2 suits for ihe next three days.
I you are in need of a first-class busi
n ss suit now is the time to buy and
s; ve from $2 to S3.
myl-tf ^Joseph Cohn; Clothier.
Latest styles Strafr Hats, at E.
G "tz's, 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf
!Vor lire insurance call at the oflice
o cioltoanoke Trust, ^oan and Safe
L posit Co. dec28-tr
'Ihe James Meem's $3 Shoe, at E.
G ' tz.s, 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf
i< or ladies1 and gent's Tender Feet
S'ces, goto E. Coeiz's, 21 Salem
a ?nue. ap30-tf
f.o get a perfect fitting suit of cus
tc 'u-made clothes, just leave your
o: ler at Joseph Cohn's, the Salem
avenue clothier. Y'ou will be sure to
gc t it. myl-tf
Stoves! stoves! stoves! cheaper
th. n ever at M. H. Jenuiugs & Co.,
St Ism avenue, near market house.
Our $10 black cheviot suits can't be j
b< ught elsewhere for less than $12.50.
H Jw is that'/?at Cohn's, of course.
u-tists material at Picken's.
T ? ON E1 TO LOAN ON TIME, AND I
jJ i payments to suit borrower; People's Per
pel ir.i Lean and BuUdlngAssoeration, of Roan- |
ok., Va. A. /..K?lner. presidentjM. C. Thomas,
vie- president; W. P. Winch, fCcratary anrl
l;v- iur< r. Room 1, Masonic TCmple, Campbell J
strct. Paid up shares, ??0 each. Installment
shfres, ?1 p. :? month. Borrowers can at any
tin ? secure a loan and r-.x their o\ni limit of
tiic period for repayment.
.As a savings i'.mktaisjnstitution offers spe
cia, inducements. Installment shares may be |
sul cribed for at any time. Interestis allowed
on uoneys placed with the association.
T ub association is doing a successful busi- j
nes\ paying semi-annual divi lends, and is a |
des it Die investment for capital. apl-tf.
O^RR THE SIGN WRITER, COR-1
ner Third avenue and First street |
N. W. mar6-tf
A DAY'S DIARY1
WHAT THE TOWN TALKEI 1
NEWS OF YOU AND YOUR FRIENDS
Some are Heading, Soine Walking, an<
All are Talking?Pointers for You
Personalities Galore?Preparing fo
Mr. W. T. Yager, mayor of SaleiL
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. George 1. Henning, of Rich
mond, is in the city.
Hon. John R. Johnson, State Sem
tor from this district is in the city.
A street is being opened up acrot
the railroad in the Midway additioi
Mr. C. E. Spencer, proprietor of th
White Elephant, left yesterday for
Mr. A. T. Powell, of the Steeleto
Land Company, Salem, was in th
Messrs. W. E. Harris and Wiliiai
S. Matthews, of Big Stone Gap, ar
in the city.
Mr. J. \V. Mulligan, aprominen
real estate agent of Buchanan, is i.
Mr. M. B. Uberdorfer, a large mer
chant of Richmond, is registered a.
Messrs. W. C. and A. G. Peudleton
of Marion, are here looking after thei
Miss AdcliaWest, of New Market, i
visiting Mrs. D. R. Beale, of Firs
Mr. J. D. Cobb, assistant manage
of Hotel Boanoke, made a busines
Work will begin on the spike ant
nail mill of the Midway Iron Oompain
Mr. E. L. Cocke, contractor on tin
street railway line, is visiting friendf
near Bufords, in Bedford county.
A picnic was held in the grove op
ooaite the furnace yesterday bv a
party of East Roanoke young people.
! Mr. Alexander S. Barksdale, ol
j James City county, is visiting his
j ?rother, Mr. T. F. Barksdale, of this
: Miss Becky Brock, daughter of
Capt. J. P. Brock of New Market, is
visiting Mrs. William Vager on South
A marriage license was issued by
the clerk of tho court yesterday to
Rowland Burger and Mary Brown,
A rehearsal of the opera Pinafore
takes place to-night at the opera
Louse. A full attendance is desired,
: s this is the only one this week.
Messrs. C. Victor Koehlerand John
11. Simmons left yesterday for a
trip to the Virginia Bromide and
Messrs. Arthur and A H. Henry,
( f Philadelphia, are Btoppingat Hotel
I.oauoke. They are members of the
Frank Leslie stafT.
Mr. George A. Dingind, jr., of
1 ynchburg, is here as also is W. A.
Carpenter a large contractor of that
Mr. .1. E. Byrd, of Rocky" Mount,
h is accepted a position with the Nor
folk and Western Railroad Company
i id commences work this morning.
Robert Luck, infant son of Mr. G.
Graham Anderson, who died Wednes
.1 ly night, was buried in the city cem
jtery yesterday afternoon at:! o'clock.
Messrs. Thomas Niningerand Ceo.
'. and William H. Moomaw left yes
it rday for Prattle Springs, Mo., to at
tnd the annual session of the Duuk
ird church there.
The case of tho Commonwealth
igainst Miss Nora Wootten will be
ried in the Hustings Court thismorn
i g at 10 o'clock. The case will doubt?
ers be an interesting one.
The suburban press association of
tfassachusetts, will leave Boston for
Virginia to-morrow evening at 0
>':lock. They will arrive in Roanoke
>:i Tuesday, the 27th, at 7:o? o'clock.
Will Falkner, the colored man, who
vis injured by being struck with a
tjnebyBen Turner, at Christians
>urg Tuesday, is recovering. Turner
s in jail there.
Carrie Clements, a colored damsel,
u.dtopay a tine of ?2 yesterday
;aorning in the police court for as
iaolting George Smith. She should
3aru to control her temper.
Sir. J. C. Beckley and * J. D. Lane
"vent to Bufcrdsviile yesterday morn?
ing on a fishing expedition. Look
? lit for loDg fish stories about the
trout they didn't catch.
ilr. J. R. Hockaday left yesterday
1 ~>' Barboursville, New Kent county,
i l response to a telegram announcing
t he serious illness of his mother, Mrs.
lttiza Hockaday. She is in her eighty
t aventh year.
A strawberry festival will be held in
t i2 public school building at Vinton
t j light by the ladies of that town. It
i i :or the purpose of raising funds for
t l) Presbyterian church that is being
i rected there.
i j'Che case of Ben Stanfield, the col
c rod youth, who made an attack up
c q his teacher, Rev. 1?. W. Harth, a
f ;w days ago, will be tried tomorrow
l lorning at 10 o'clock in Judge How
e ri on's office.
William Hickman,colored,was lined
$5 by the mayor for disturbing the
I eace and quiet of the city and using
II "eatening and abusive language to
v ards Edward Waller,anothercolored
Jlr. Grave Sims, of the firm of
Skinker & Sims, contractors, arrived
i i :he city last night from Bristol,
v here the firm has a large contract in
c utnection with the iron furnace now
i; i jourse of erection.
The World says: It is stated by good
a l :hority that a rolling mill for the
n onufacture of bar iron will be added
t? ;he West End furnace plant. Be
t r;en seventy-live and one hundred
u eu will be employed at the mill,
w o^k upon which will begin at an
e; -rly date.
The Virginia Brewery Company re
e> ived their first order for beer yester
d ty from Adwolf, Va. The fires
w ire started in the hoi-ers there yes
tc rday and the ice machinery will be
h working order by tomorrow night.
T iuy will'begin making beer soon.
Eon. T. W. Harrison, of Winches?
ter, Hon. H. H. Downing, of Front
R >yal, members of the House of Dele?
ft tis from Warren county; Colonel J.
\\. Yates, of Rappahannock, and
G u:eral James B. Russell, of Winches
te :, stopped here yesterday while en
route to their homes from Big Stone
G ip, where they have been prospect
Mr. James M. O'Brien, assistant
pt s .master of Roanoke, and Miss Ida
R, c.er, of East Rranoke, were married
at St. Andrew's Catholic church yes
tec ay morning at (5 o'clock, by Rev.
J. W. Lynch. They left on the 10
o'f lock train for a wedding trip North
-ar i will return in about ten days.
. -Irs. Matilda C Blake died at Glem
ra l, 111., on May ?th. She was the
wi 'e of Mr. James P. Blake, and was
in L er fiftieth year. She has been a
co it istent member of the methodist
ch li'ch for twenty-five years, and
th >ugh a great sufferer, bore it all
wi .1. Christian fortitude. She leaves
a 1 usband and one son, besides many
rel itives and friends to mourn her
los i. They were formerly citizens of.
Roinoke county, but removed to Illi?
nois nearly two years ago.
Roanoke College Close* It* Tcim j
The thirty-seventh commencement
of Roanoke College, at Salem, will 3e
held from June b-11. The prog-im
includes the Baccalaureate sermon ol i
Sunday morning bv Rev. AVil'.'u.n
Nel?on MoVicker, D. D., of Phibulel
phia; address before the You if
Mens1 Christian Association, by Rev.
Sylvanus Stall, A. M., of Baltimoie
the Oratorical contest on Monti a>
evening, (six speakers); onTuesdaj
morning, the Triennial Reunion 0 *a
tion, by Senator Herbert tt. Peters
of Virginia, and address by Charle
M. Armstrong, esq., of Baltimore, onr
Rev. W. P. Cline, of North Carolina
on Tuesday evening, the*annual ora
tion before the literary societies, by
Congressman W. C P. Breckin
ridge, of Kentucky, and WednoKhij
morning at 10 o'clock, the commence
Tlie latin salutatory is by Ahe?
Marius Smith, Maryland. Oration
by Mossrs. Edward McC. Armstrong
Dabney G. Barnitz, Hiram W. Ber
tram, Stephen S. Cassel], Clarence M
Pox, Charles A Freed, Floyd G. h il
lian, William W. Newberry, Rufus B
Perry, Rufus M. Spence, Thomas W
Repass, William A. Snead, Leanc'ei
B. Studebaker, John M. Teeter, \ ir
ginia; Frank 13 Trotter. West \ ir
ginia; James Bower, Indian Territory
Peter H. Pearson, Kansas; Josepli C
Glenn, Mississippi; valedictory; Jamei
A. B. Seherer, North Carolina; confer
ring diplomas and awarding diBtiuc
Two IJruUeiiian au<i "a Fireman in?
jured on the XetvJRivcr Division.
A very serious wreck occurred >r
the New River division of the Nor
folk and Western road Wednesday
night about fifteen miles this side ol
Pocahontas, the particulars of which,
as obtained by a reporter from rail?
road men arriving in the city today
are as follows:
A freight train which left Radioed
early Wednesday evening was de?
layed at Goose creek by an accident
*o the bridge at that point. AfUil
the train got across the engineer e 1
ieavored to make up as much of the
ost time as possible. When about
fifteen miles from Pocahontas i n
axle on one car broke, and about
twelve other cars were derailed, pile d
up and smashed. Three colored
brakeman were injured, one veiy
The fireman, Mr. Pat O'Neil, fear?
ing danger to himself, jumped fro n
i he engine and sustained a fracture
of one leg between the knee ard
i.nkle, and it is thought, seriously
The wreck train cleared the track
before morning, and travel was bit
slightly interfered with. The injure 1
men were taken to Pocahonta i,
'?here they received medical attei -
.?Vewr Company Organized.
The Piedmont Company was oi ?
..-mixed at Lynchburg yesterday wit i
he following olUcers:
President, George B. McLune, Roai ?
ke: ..Vice President, Peter J. Ote},
President of the Lynchburg aril
Durham; Secretary, D. C. Gallf
iher, Roanoke, Va.; Treasurer, J. \V.
.vey, cashier of the People's Nations I
:ank; Counsel, Hon. John W. Bnr
ol. United Slates Senator. The d;
?ctors are George B. Ale bane,Peter J.
i'tey, president of the Lynchburg f.;
jurham railroad; Charles M. Black
ord, president oi People's National
Sank,Lynchburg; Hon D. J.-Turnei
r., State Senator from Norfolk; J. B
evy, president of Citizens Nationa
ank, of Roanoke; Hon. George G
urikiu, judge of Montgomery count}
ourt: l.'.H. Adams, of the llrmj ol
Ldams Bros. ?.V Payne, Lynchburg
'.. S. Hutter, Lynchb?rg; W. J. John
on, president Citizens' Hank, Rich
>ond; Hon. W. 11. Barclay, of Pitts
? irir. Pa.
The prospectus, of the company will
a issued .Monday.
Arrested on Suspicion of Murder.
Since the death of John Lindsay,
nnday, from wounds supposed to
ave been indicted on the Wednesday
, tevious, the police have been mak
? ig every endeavor to find some one
ao was at the fight, but until yes
? ,-rday had met with no successs.
Officer J. W. Trout, yesterday re
uved informotion which justified
im in arresting a colored employe of
? le Norfolk and Western railroad
i tuned Lee Moore, on charge of being
; implicated in the tight.
Moore was taken before the mayor
.-. id questioned concerning the matter,
at - denied any knowledge of the
. fair whatever, In the absence of cer
. .in important witnesses, an exaiui
ltion of the case was postponed till
lis morning at 10 o'clock. Moore did
it give bail and was committed to
. ,il. He is employed on the Norfolk
; :d Western yard and has always
I .en regarded as an inoffensive negro.
From a tree on Eighth avenue yes
i rday, a dark bay mule with a white
; )se. The finder will be rewarded by
; return to William Kessler, at Gam
1 dps grocery. may21-2t.
Go to Geyer's to get your spring
; id summer suits. mv20 tf.
A new six-room house, with conven
i rices; large back yard; convenient
t business and machine works. Must
I sold in the next few days. Price,
$ .800?5300 cash and $20 monthly in
s diments. Address "B,"'
my23tf Care Times Office.
Ladies Have Tricil It.
A number of my lady customers
1 ve tried "Mother's Friend,*' and
i : old not be without it for many times
i cost. They recommend it to all
^ 3 0 are to become mothers. R. A.
1 wxk, druggist, Greenville, Ala.
a rite Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta,
( i., for particulars.
No. 03, A. F. and
A M.?There will be a
e lied communication'
h !d in Masonic Tein
p ! this (Friday) even
ii r at ? o'clock. All
ft i.ter Masons are fraternally invited
t- i .trend.
iy order of the Worshipful Master.
H. C. MACKL1N,
o.y.23 It Secretary.
T 'ANTED.?LOCAL AND TRAV
T elling Salesmen to sell Lubricat
ii ; Oils. Apply for terms to the
D .terichs Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio.
\ ANTED.?A SITUATION IN A
I shoe store by a man of ten years
ej lerience. Address, E. B. Times
oli ce. mylO tf.
V R E E.?STENOGRAPHY AND
typewriting free. First-class facil
iti n and hest of teachers. Address
w: tx stamp for return postage.
THE PARISH ftlFG. CO.,
nc If Parish, N. Y.
Mitchell's Kidney Plasters
Absorb all disease in the^Kidn eys and
restore them to a healthy condition.
Old chronic kidney sufferers say
they got no relief until they, tried
Soli by DrngtfBts everywhere, or sent by null f i
CAN ALWAYS B1 FOUND, AT
C. H. JORDAN,
GROCE IY, 148 SALEM AVENUE.
R. N. Mc(. ANDL1SH,, E. H. CLOWES.
Bue ja Vista, Virginia,
REAL ESTATE, STOC K AND INSURANCE.
my 15 8m.
-The desire can lie gratified by becomming a member of the
OLD DOMINION BUILDING AND LOAN; ASSOCIATION
OI RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Shares can be obtained from Walte; Budwell, corner Jefferson stn .i and
Salem avenue; J. W. Shields, Fi rt; National Bank, orW. M. Chatham
1 Special agent.
OFFICE, 100 Jefferson Street, with W M. Yager and Co.
10 STONE GAP. VA.
And to Continue ]3nring> the Week.
SALE f F THE
BUSINESS AND SVi ITCH PROPERTY.
A "boom" to\ n, an advertised town, dependent
for prosperity u >on one industry or one line o> pro
ilroad, or owned or controlled by
Equal to Birmingham
(Which is saying: much.;
Superior to Birmini
The last and mos, valuable of all tracts of business lots
remaining unsold Magnificent Union Passenger De?
pot in the center.
1 jecled line of n
one Land or Improvement Company.
The site for a MIGHTY C TY, the junction of four powerful
railroads, and of four other- projected, the center of the richest
Mineral. Coal. Marble", and Timber district in America. Con?
trolled by EIGHT Land and Imprc -einent Companies with millions of
dollars of capital, representing the i est known Financiers, Capitalists,
and public men in the United States, all sections of which is interested*
(Send for a list of their names.)
In minerals, limestone, railroads,
enterprise, and outlook for ftrttire
(Which is saying- much.;"?^ greatness.
In coking coal, fine iron
and steel producing ores,
(Which is saying more.)'"' building stone and marble,
timber, water, and water power, clir. ate, scenery, as a manufacturing
point, and in geographical location.
the largest coke plant in the world, t te " Montezuma " and two other
magnificent hotels, Water Works, two dummy lines of Street Railway,
Belt Railroad, Telephone and Electric Light System. Theatre, Bank and
Business Blocks, Union Depot, Plan ng Mill, Sash, Door and Blind,
and Wagon Manufactory, Tannery, and many minor enterpri :as.
Controls the sale of the Louisville & Nashville property. Sale, May 29th,
and to continue during the week. Lo s bought at this sale will be amaz?
ingly advanced in value on the completion of the Louisville & Nashville,
Norfolk & Western, and East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgi? Railroad*
(srly in September.
Send for maps of the city, and pri: ted matter of interest.
Route to Big Stone is via T?j_ SIVXITH,
V .ce President Fayette Land Co.,
STOITE GAP, VA,
Under Contract er fionstraction,
UriatoL Tenn.and the S.
D. & A. R. R. now com
GREAT SALE OF CITY LOTS
MAY 20th, 21;3t and 22nd,
Livingston C ounty Ky
Located on high, tolling land;'entireljrabove ovi -How; bet t of Coking and Steam
la .; rivers. Immense dcpo-dis of Jlrown Hematite ire. Twelve seams 0se proximity. Bound
('( .1 Thickest Beam 7 foot? Fire Brick and oHu t ays; Limestone In civilities unsurpassed.
e i forest of Vinrin timber of all kinds. Wr. mi] transportation al Iron luruacesun
Si i.\-ioHo,-3tion for manufactui-im.-?.! ? h Ption. l<wo Charco streets being made,
de construction, business and rwihiuuech.es aider way. finished
co ered with the celebrated cement gravel so well K .own.
A NEW ENGLAND ENTERPRISE.
Excursion Leaves Boston May 17th.
Special Rates from all points. For Prospectus, etc., address
GRAND RIVERS COMPA Of, GRAND RIVERS, KY.,
111S D ivonshire Street, Boston, Mass..
W. S. GOOCH,
H. L. CHILES,
Sec'y & Tr,
OLD DOMINION 1111! C
OFFICE: IN CITIZENS' BANK BUILDING,
MAKES AND NEGOTIATES FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENTS.
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