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SOMETHING TO EAT
I* what everybody is looking for. We 1: ve not the time nor space to enu?
merate the name of ail we ha e"in stock, but will say
COME AND SEE LTS.jTO THE PUBLIC.
You can surely And ever} ling that is kept in
A FIRST-CLASS GiiOCERY STORE.
OUR PRICES WILL SUIT YO
IS SOLICITED. R j
J. YOUR PATRONAGE
GEO. ALLEN. C. C. TOMP
REAL ES TAT
OFFICE?Main Street, Opposite Hoi:
AGENTS FOR THE SAL,
WEST SALEM L
The Salem Improvement Co.. and all ? >'
ertj' in all parts of the city. Also, Farn.
UNS. C. L. HATCHER.
S & HATCHEK,
1 Lucerne, SALEM, VIRGINIA.
OF PROPERTY OF
KD COMP A MY,
her Salem Land Companies. Prop
Mineral ami Coal Lands.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
louneing to the public that we are
?eceiving daily our
?SUCH AS A FINE;LINE OF?
V, e make n specialty in mourning
Soods.300 pieces of Dress Ginghams
from (5 cents upwards. We have a
splendid line ofTovrells, Napkins
and Table lines. Our
JOSEPH Li WON ?
Importers and Wholesale
No. 3 Jefferson St ^et, Gale Block? ~~
Have in store and for sale 50 barrels Che
barrels celebrated Glenwood whiskey oi
Law^on's choice old velvet and Wilsc
numerous to mention. Imported and d
of Tbe celebrated brands in wood and
just received. Can furnish anything ii
Special Attention Paid to Orcle.
and See Us.
Corner Jefferson anc
?PSTOCK large, complete and fresh
class groceryman can be found at our st
SICH VS HANDKERCHIEFS, LA
dies" and Children's Hose,cannot be
surpassed in Roanoke.
\jE MM JUST RECEIVE!
ocerone thousand pieces of Swiss anc
Hamburg Edgings, ilonncings n
black and white.
Do Not Make up any Mort
Underwear when you can buy then
at 29 cents and 09 cents apiece ii
gowns as well as skirts.
1 ry one of our Kabo CorsetJ
as they are guaranteed for twelve
We Are the Agents for the
Foster Kill Gloves, the best on tin
V Te Keep a Fuli Line o!
Beaded Capes as low as S2.00 tl
Ii Fact You Can Find Any?
thing that is kept in a first-class drj
'oods house at the lowest prices
Do not pass us by, but come in, ai
Campoeil Streets, retake a pleasure inshowinggoods
Everything: ~at is kept by a first
er whiskey, our own distillation. C>0
vhich we are sole proprietors, also
and other brands of whiskey too
jestic brandies, gins, wines, &c, all
ass 50. cases Mumm's champagnes
utr line at lowest figures.
from Dry Districts. Come
0 C E R,
CALL A N I S E Ii M E.
if you want to make
CALL ON 01 ADDRESS
122 SALEM AVENUE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(Late of the Martinsville Bar. )
Courts: Roanoke and adjoining
c< unties. Office No. 308 Sf""ir'1 ?*
Real Estate Brokers. Office, Moomaw
>ck, Jefferson Street: P. O. Box 324 j T j^t?uildin|?' ~?
Tazewell County, Va.
Sale of Town Lots began
mommy, April 75 i89o
-\ fiftv thousand HOTEL under con ac t.
Fine7tbn ^VvNKand POSTOFFK BUILDING under contract.
SKS!Bi^SSTOBBB and DA. 3LLINGS under contract.
A ROLLING MILL under contract.
Coal mines three miles away and ir< ; mines two miles.
The Clinch Valley Coal and Irou Company,
W H1CH OWNS THE TOWN SITE,
Offers S200,000 to in; ustrial Enterprises to ocate at Richlarcds.
SALE OF LOTS
And wh?n this amount is reached the C: npany will double the price of its regaining 'ots, making an immediate
demand for lots in the hands of first pu > hasers. ? . ? , _T : . _ . L , _T . ... ? .,
RIC HLANDS is on the connecting ik between the .Norfolk and Westen and Louisville and Nashville Kail
roads and in the direct line of cheap AI: ama Irons coining North to market.
The Clinch River runs through the : wn site, insuring a good supply of wa er for the town and good drainage.
The'land comprised in the town site is i most level and little or no grading has to be done. I
The proximity of the Ore and Fu.d .. d the large cash inducements offered .'asure the success of the town.
Over $240,000 Worth of Town Lots Have Been Sold.
RICKLANDS is located in a beautil ri large valley and is the most favorable situation fpr an industrial town
between Radford and Middleboro.
6STor maps of town and pa * iculars, apply^to
C GRAHAM, AGENT,
, Tazewell County, Va.
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
"Will show this week the newest
SILK DRAPERY NETS,
'arille Silks, in all shades.
Sew Woolen Fabrics in Hand
somcRobe Patterns very cheap.
'?ain Materials in all the pop?
ular fabrics and shades.
an Dyke i' ssementeries in
urge i<; >.' in ) nt.
Ladies will lind our stock of the
dghestorder and not surpassed by
Mail orders promptly attended to
fllRONIMUS \ B??GH
110 Commerce Street.
ROAN OK E, VIRGINIA,
On Monday, May 26th, at the resi?
dence of Mr. Robert Logan, near Sa
$aa, there will be sold at public auc
ion the farming implements from t wo
arms, Glenmore and Sherwood, he?
iles horses and cattle. At this time
.11 also be sold, through the real
?t?te agents, the lots of the Sherwood
ddition. The sale will begin at 10
?'dock. Six horses of 1). T. Martin
>/ 11 be offered for sale at the same
A Lady in South Carolina Writes.
My labor was shorter and less pain
nl than on two former occasions ;
inysiciaus astonished : 1 thank you
or "Mother's Friend." It is worth
tii weight in gold. Address The
adfleld Reg. Co., Atlanta. (5a., for
ii rticnlars. Sold l?y all druggists.
The "Mother*.* Friend.
Not only shortens labor and lessens
>: in attending it. but greatly dimin
s'ies the- danger to life of both
mther and child if used a few months
)?fore confinement. Write to the
?? -adfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, (ia..
or further particulars. Sold by all
Remarkable, yet true. A. B. C
. terative has cured blood dis
ases after physician? failed
The Burdock Plant is one of the
>tst diuretics or kidney regulators in
I e vegetable world, and the com
tonnd known ?s Burdock Blood Bit?
ers is unsurpassed in all diseases of
he kidnevs, liver and blood.
The best littintr and most, stylish
?lit.- in the city at < reyer's, on Damp
11 street. my20 tf.
ISrndfiold'N Female Regulator
Should l>e used by the young wo
-ti. she who suffers from any dis
r.Ier peculiar to her sex, and at
bange of life is a powerful tonic;
t nefits all who use it. Write The
I ad held Reg. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for
i rticnlars. Sold by all drugists.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
>ur special line of nobby suits and
??ousers for warm'weather are now in.
Ve can boast of having the best as
oirtment, best Utting, finest and most
tylish goods in the city,
Latest styles Straw Hats, at E.
' roetz's, 21 Salem ayenue. ap30-tf
Marshall's Cafe?The popular re
: '*t, furnishes a first-class dinner
aily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents, ap?-tf
?Plaster your hou?e with Marble
. eck lime, best on the market. If you
i oi't believe it, call on Caruer & Co.,
tSi9 agents. Remember they are the
t i japest sash, door and blind manufac
? ;:'ei's in the city. Satisfaction guaran
l a d. t
'.?or stylish straw hats, see Ellis
Jios., Clothiers. ap30-tf
Another invoice of Youman's hats
; eeived at Joseph Cohn's, the Salem
; -,'enue clothier. myl-tf
Tor colds, croup, asthma, bronchi
? is and sore throat use Dr. Thomas'
^e lectric Oil, and get, the best.
riannel shirts, silk shirts, silk belts
: i abundance, at Joseph Cohn's, the
! llem avenue clothier. myl-tf *
We have in stock about 75 pairs of
1 lack worsted pants, all sizes, from
broken suits. Not a pair worth less
than $7. We are determined to get
11c. of them. You can take your
( loice for ?4.90. It will pay to see
' base goods; all sizes.
The James Meenrs $3 Shoe, at E.
? oetz's, 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf -
myl-tf Joseph Cohx, Clothier.
~.?6r ladies' and gent's Tender Feet
I hoes, go to E. Goetz, 21 Salem
t vahne. ap30-tf
3uy jour cooking stoves from M.H,
i minings & Co., near market house.
i a em avenue. t
We will make a special run on $10
: nd $12 suits for the next three days.
3 f you are in need of a first-class busi
l e is suit now is the time to buy and
tve from #2 to $3.
myl-tf Joseph Cohx, Clothier.
Latest styles Straw Hats, at E.
( cetz's, 21 Salem avenue. apSO-tf
I?or fire insurance call at the office
( i ,he Roanoke Trust, _oan aud Safe
1 >e posit Co. dec28-tf
"he James Meem's .$3 Shoe, at E.
( cetz;s, 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf
For ladies' and gent's Tender Feet
i hoes, go to E. Goetz's, 21 Salem
? vonue. ap30-tf
"o get a perfect-litting suit of cus
t ?iQ-made clothes, just leave your
c rder at Joseph Cohn'?, the Salem
? v-;nue clothier. Y'ou will be sure to
? :-1 it. myl-tf
Stoves! stoves! stoves! cheaper
t ian ever at M. H. Jennings & Co.,
? dsni avenue, near market house,
Our $10 black cheviot suit's can't De \
b Might elsewhere for less than $12.50.
I ow is that??at Cohn's, of course,
Artists material at Picken's.
H f ONEY TO LOAN ON TIME, AND I
j- l payments to suit borrower. People's Per-I
pi ' i nl Loanuii!lHuildin.ifA.-socmtion.of itoan
o3 a, Va. A. Z. Kolner. president; M. C. .Thomas,
vi president; W. F. Winch, secretary and
tr lamrer. Room 1, Masonic Temple, Campbell
st out. Paid up shares, $30 each. Iastallment
sr iraj, 51 per montli. Borrowers can at any
ttne secure a loan and fix their own limit of
th ? period for repayment.
.s a savings oankthis institution otters spo
ci: 1 inducements. Installment shares may bo
su iscribed for at any time. Interestls allowed
on moneys placed with the association.
' Ills association is doing- a successful busi
nc- is, paying- semi<?pnual divi lends, and is a
de Irable investmenTfor capital. apl-tf.
P ARR THE SIGN WRITER, COR-j
\j ner Third avenue and First street I
N. W. mar6-tf
CONDENSED PARAGRAPHS OF
SHORT AND INTERESTING ITEMS.
Ttio Bedford Enud Company Opcu?
Its Books?Marrlasre?DentU of Jacob
.'June"., of I.ymliburK?MnrrlnKC
License I?Miicd?Hop Lust Night.
;gMr. J. H. Warden, of Lynchburg, is
at the Felix.
J. M. Good, of Chattanooga, Term.,
s in the city prospecting, j
Dr. John B. Moorman is recovering
.'rom his recent illness.
There will be a shooting match at
Melrose Bark Monday evening.
Miss Rosa Hill, of Botetourt county,
;s visiting friends in East Roanoke.
Mary W>, infant daughter of Mr.
W. A. Wilson, of ilCO Third avenue,
i. w., died yesterday morning.
There were between 200,000 and
500,000 election tickets printed for
jandidates at Thursday's election.
Mr. J. C. McKinney, secretary of
?be Charlottesville West End Laud
Company, is in the city prospecting.
A marriage licenso was issued yes?
terday by the clerk of the Hustings
3ourt to Daniel Stan?eld and Ellen
Mrs. R. F. Woodward, is in the city
In the interest of the Suffolk Pro
?-ess. She is a bright enterprising
young woman and deserving of pat
Miss Alfra Featherstone, daughtei
of Mr: J. T. Featherston, who hat
been teaching school in Apponiattoi
county returned home j'esterday af?
Mr. Jacob Mauck, one of the oldesl
i n! most highly esteemed citizens oj
Lynchburg, died there Thursday
Bvening. He is the father of Mr. P,
D. Mauck, of this city.
Mr. Louis Sbolz, manager of the
Virginin brewery, returned yesterday
from Washington where he has been
to attend the annual meeting of the
National Hrewery Association.
Mr. William Miles, of this city, wai
parried to Miss M. C. McConley, oi
Lexington, on the 17th. They ar?
rived here yesterday morning on the
3 lenandoah Valley railroad from
1 at place.
The Buena Vista Advocate came
yesterday in a six page, eight column
>aper. it was filled with illustration'
end was a well gotten up paper, set
ing fourth advantages of the towr.
The Bedford City Land and 1m
) 'ovement Company, one of tlu
i rmig. at corporations in that nourish
i g town, has some of the best pro
?erty there upon its books. On June
ica number of the most valuable
i t.-. will be placed on the market.
r;.iis will be an excellent chance foi
Carnegie City Social Club gave a
;iand hop and social last night al
3 irnegie City. Many distinguished
crsons from a distance were present,
drs. Lieutenant-Governor Tyler, Mrs.
\\ Uliam M.Ellis and other social ladies
rmced the festal occasion- Hon,
tsorge E. Mchaue, Mr. J. Jackson
end others from this city were in at
Mr. S. C. McLauahan, of Hollidays
)urg, Pa., is in the city. Mr. Lana
inn is an extensive manufacturer ol
v ishers nnei has put up a number in
Southwest Virginia. Accompanying
rim are Mr. C. Bachmad, manager oi
1 e Crozer mines, and Joseph Hewitt,
;< nera! manager of the Buck Eye
, >al and Coke Company. They art
d! stopping at Hotel Koanoke.
Pat McCaull was in town yesterday,
est as jolly and as full of life as usual,
fray hairs are beginning to show in
lis black hair ami there are a few
tow's feet about the corners of his
yes, but he doesn't count age by
e ars and is one of those rare and
i viable men who will never grow
?Id. Pat is the brother of Colonel
(I?Caul), the impresario, and has the
ameairof bon homie about him.
I?is a Republican and lives in Lynch
mrg when at home. He has also
a en a candidate for Congress and
v.is beaten by the present incumbent.
''lie Last End Sins Nice Building Lot*
The real estate market has been
' ery active in Roanoke during the
V?s"tweek. Owners agents and pur
(lasers were all in a good humor, and
i very body is satisfied.
The market during the week has
! hown largely increased sales in every
i tpartment. and James S. Simmon's
? s Co. report a number of large sales.
'. lot only is this increase of sales very
j cticeable in the transfers of property
i d r speculative purposes, but also for
;>ermanent investors, men who pro
? >cse to build homes for themselves.
is the summer advances much ac
". i**ity in building ofierations is
! cticed, and many new houses are in
process of construction. This natu
i ally makes the real estate market
11 ich firmer, anel agents are corres
i endingly happy. Simmons & Co.
) a ve been doing a rushing business,
i r.e of the best since the Arm was
? svablished. The East End property
i i changing hands very rapiilly, and
11 my new houses will be erecteel this
Amemg the prominent additions in
the East End, is that of the Oak
i lidge Land Company. The addition
I es just ea?t of Belmont and south of
t Li 3 East Side Land Company's prop
e rcy and adjoins the farms of
j l?ssrs. George Tayler and G. W.
This offers every inducement as a
1 lace of residence. It is removed from
in* business portion of the city and
tbsrefore gives a t quiet, suburban
1 ome, while at the same time it is
i ear the dummy line and therefore
e uite convenient to the city.
The land is high and dry and has
just enough slope to give it good
cr linage. Gas and water mains are
1 eingpnt in and new streets are being
I u'd out. Every thing is propitious,
end it is destined to take its proper
I lace in the front rank. It is located
i eir the furnace, rolling mill, bridge
vcrks and the machine^ works and
c Sars, therefore greater inducements
t > the worklngman, as it is near his
\ crk. A number of neat cottages are
g o ng up and others have bee con
t -ected for.
?'ames S. Simmons & Co., are agents
ft >r the company, and they can give
g Dod bargains; The property is going
r ipidly, and if you -want to.obtain a
g :>od bargain, call on them" at once.
1 he prices for the lots are low and the
t< rms easy, so every man can own his
Ladles Ilave Tried It.
A number of my lady customers
hive tried "Mothers Friend," and
?n oald not be without it for many times
it i cost. They -recommend it to all
who are to become mothers. R. A.
P4.TXB, druggist, Greenville, Ala.
V rite_ Bradfield Reg. Co., Atlanta,
Gi., for particulars.
From a tree on Eighth avenue yes?
terday, a dark bay mule with a white
ne s3. The finder will be rewarded by
a -e turn to William Kessler, at Gram
be ll's grocery. may91-2t.
Go to Geyer's to get your spring
and summer suits, my20 tf. I
DOINGS OF ROYALTY.
The Emperor William wears a brace?
let on his right wrist.
The sultan of Turkey is anxious for a
playwright's honors. He recently sent
v. comedy to a Parisian manager. The
] day showed signs of ability.
Emperor William has appointed Prince
Albert Yictor, eldest son of tho Prince
of Wales, honorary major of the Blucher
hussars, of which regiment tho Prince
of WaleH is honorary colonel.
Prince Ferdinand, who now reigns in
Bulgaria, is known to have left the Aus
i rian nruiy because he was not brilliant
nough for tho career. He had served
everal years in inferior grades without
my chance of rising.
The empress of Austria has caused her
vedding dress to be cut up and made
n to a set of vestments for the Church of
it. Matthew in Pcsth. The material is
vhito brocade with silver thread em
>roidcred with silver roses.
Prince Eugene of Sweden has passed
wo years in Paris as an amateur artist,
laving studied under M. Henri Gervex.
The king of Sweden has just conferred
lpon M. Gervex the cross.of a chevalier
>f the order of St. Olaf. It is said that
/rince Eugene has considerable talent.
Prince Albert Victor of Wales receiv?d
?.good deal of flattery in Burmah. Just
ifter he left Mandalay the rain, which
lad long been threatening, came down
n torrents. An Indian authority thus
ixpUtins the matter: "It was cloudy
ibovo because the prince's glory out
ihone the buu, and of course tho heavens
.vept at his departure."
Prince Ferdinand of Bulgaria is a mo?:
avisb entertainer, if not exactly a mode;
tost, and he has spent not a small but (i
arge fortune in dinners and other enter
.ainments since he went to Sofia. lie is
irofuse with his gifts to all in or abou
ho court, and many an embarrasses:
dlicer has been relieved of burdensome
lebts by tho kind hearted prince.
When Queen Christina heard that tin
lame Alfonso laid been registered for
.he thousandth time, and belonged to a
Spanish child, she sent the thousandth
riiild, the son of a clerk, a complete lay
:cte?a silver cup, a case with knife, for!
ind spoon, and a savings box containing
(??.sides a handsome nest egg, a paper 01
vhicl: was written with her own hand
?To the thousandth Alfonso, from ;.
vornan whom two Alfonsus have mad.
A Difference In Uncles.
Hardpan?By George! I'm dead hroko
wish that rich uncle of mino would die
nd leave me somo money.
Job Jinks?I wish an undo of mint
?ould die, too!
'?Wliv. have yon a rich uncle?"'
"What sort of an uncle, then?"'
"A carb-uncle, right on my neck, and a
>od lively one, too!"?Lawrence Ainerl
A Fast -Halo.
Ponsonby?There was a terriblo acci
ent to the fast mail last night?Why.
Irs. Tumly, what is the matter? Arc
ou going to faint?
Mrs. Tumly?Oh?no, sir?only you?
, avo me a bad turn. I thought at first
; cm referred to my son.?Burlington
Old Mr. Bently?That's a truo saying,
Iaria, that one-half of the world dosen't
now how the other half lives.
Old Mrs. Bently?Humph! Joshua, it
?ould bo nearer tho truth to say that
tie-half of the world doesn't know how
le other three-quarters live.?Harper's
From tho Kiflcl Tower.
She?John, what is that tall thing ris
i-ig over there in tho direction of the
:-.io do Rivoli?
Ho (who has traveled)?It must be
ur hotel bill.?Life.
Honesty Under Difficulties.
An epitaph in a Blairville (Pa.) ceme
:ry reads jus follows: "A. B. was a good
in, a loving husband, a fond father, an
ble lawyer, but an honest man.''?New
A Votary of Fashion.
Mabel?If y. iu don't love him and never
dend to many him. why do you remain
igaged to the ycung man?
Laura?Oh, just to be in style.?Chi
i ro Tirripg_
A new six-room house, with conven
nces; large back yard; convenient
> business and machine works. Must
i sold in the next few days. Price,
i,800? $300 cash*and $20 monthly in
allments. Address "B,''
my23tf Care Times Office.
Geyer, the Campbell street Tailor,
irries a large and select stock of
rods in his line. my20 tf.
L nication of Lake
nd Lodge No. 190 A.
. and A. M. will be
?ld in their Hall this
?aturday) evening at
o'clock. Members, of
:ter lodges and visiting brothers
Bv order of the W. M.
SAM'L. M. WOODWARD, JR.,
oanoke, Ya., May 24th, 1890.
?OANOKE LIGHT INFANTRY.
You will assemble in full dress uni
>rm, at your armory, for drill, this
ternoon at 5 o'clock sharp. By
?der of Captain.
my 24, It. 1st Sergeant.
ITANTED.?LOCAL AND TRAV
V elling Salesmen to sell Lubricat
Oils. Apply for terms to the
ieterichs Oil Co., Cleveland. Ohio.
"I ITANTED.?A SITUATION IN A
? shoe store by a man of ten years
I e :perience. Address, E. B. Times
o fice. invlo" tf.
R E E.?STENOGRAPHY" AND
typewriting free. First-class facil
!i os and best of teachers. Address
\ ih stamp for return postage.
THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
o 9if Parish, N. Y.
!, ISERT ana CREEK H0?SE
] W. T. Sutherlin, President.
Geo. S. Sartin, Gen:l Manager.
iVe are prepared to furnish any and
a* kinds of fruit, shade and ornamen
ti " trees, plants, vines, etc., in any
qt antity. Fine lot of roses and bed
d; ig plants, and anything in the the
n-. tsery line. Write'us before buying.
Gi talogue sent free. Goood agents
w: nted. GEO. S. SARTIN,
? pll-3m Secretary and Manager.
EiVE YOUR DINING ROOM CEIL-}
ing nicely decorated in either oil
or water colors. Carr can do it.
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND, AT
GROCERY, 148 SALEM AVENUE.
C. H. JORDAN,
R, N. MoCAXDLlSH,
E. II. CLOWES.
Buena Vista, Virginia
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND INSURANCE.
???The desiie can be gratified by beeomming a member of the
3LD DOMINION BUILDING AMD LOAN; ASSOCIATION
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Shares can be obtained from Walter iudwell, corner Jefferson street and
Salem avenue; J. W. Shields, First National Bank, orW. M.Chatham
)FFIr:ii, 106 Jefferson Street, with W. I. Yager and Co.
TONI: SAP, VA*.
AliicI to Continue During- the Week.
SALE OF THE
Louisville & Nashville Railroad
BUSINESS AND SW ITCH PROPERTY.
editable of all tracts of business lots
Magnificent Union Passenger De
Thc last and most
pot in the center.
? ? A '"boom" town, an advertised town, dependent
I ill tl Ii f?r Prosperity upDn one industry or one line o> pro*
1IIIU Iv IIUl jected line of ra.lroad, or owned or controlled by
one Land or Improvement Company.
? ? ? The site for a MIGHTY CITY, the junction of four powerful
it \\ failroads, and of four others arojected, the center of the richest
II IU Mineral, Coal, Marble, and Timber district in America. Con?
trolled by EIGHT Land and Improvement Companies with millions of
dollars of capital, representing the best 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 future
(Which is saying much.)'"' greatness.
ghfjlll In coking coal, fine iron
11 CHI I and steel producing ores,
iv/mcn is saying more.) building stone and marble,
timber, water, and water power, climate, scenery, as a manufacturing
point, and in geographical location. ^
the largest coke plant in ,the world, tl.e " 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, Planing Mill, Sash, Door and Blind,
and Wagon Manufactory, Tannery, an 1 many minor euterpri i^.
Equal to Birmingham
point, anu in geugrapmeui. iuuauuu.
Under Contract or Construction,
Controls the sale of the Louisville & N:
and to continue during the week. Loi
ingly advanced in value on the complet
Norfolk & Western, and East Tennes.
WMfly in September.
Send for maps of the city, and prin
Route to Big Stone is via jj^ fST^
Bristol, Tenn. and the S.
D. & A. R. R. now com?
shville property. Sale, May 29th,
s bought at this sale will be amaz
.011 of the Louisville & Nashville,
.see, Virginia & Georgia Railroad*
ted matter of interest.
ce President Fayette Land Co.',
t'ilQ STOIJE GAP, VA,
GREAT S?LE CF CITY LOTS
MAY 20th, 21 st and 22ndf
Livingston ( ounty. Ky.
Located on high, rolling land, entirely above overflow; between the oi coicnig unu Steam:
laud rivers. Immense deposits of Hi-own Hematite Ore. Twelve Seams-?*-'proximity. Bound
Coal. Thickest seam T feet. Kirc Urick and oth< r i lays: Limestone in el facilities unsurpassed,
loss forest of Virgin timber of all l ind>. W>fci ? rail transportation al Iron Furnaces un
Superior location'for manufacturing 1.r . .t,\ . : iption. Iwo Charco streets'being made,
der construction. Business and resideuce houses under way. Finished
covered with the celebrated cement gravel so well known.
A NEW ENGLAND ENTERPRISE.
Excursion Leaves Boston May 17th'.
Special Rates from all points. For Prospectus, etc., address
GRAND RIVERS COMPANY, GRAND RIVERS, KY".V
1YS Devonshire Street, Boston, ?as?.
my 20 -it
W. S. GOOCH,
H. L. CHILES,
D DOMINION INffiil? CO,
OFFICE: IN CITIZENS' BANK BUILDING,
Roanoke, - - -
MAKES AND NEGOTIATES FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENTS.