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w hat everybody is looking for. We have n< t the time nor space to enu
merate'the name of all vre have in stock, but will say
COME AN DS
EE US.'fO THE PUBLIC
A FIBSx-GiiAb? (xiiUviiiJtti ?X-^JSdis?
OCR PRICES WILL SC
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
uonncing to the public that w ar
receiving daily oin
? 7iEO. ALLEN. "C. Q. TOMPKINS.
ALLEN, TOMPKINS i
KLAL ESTATX, A
- C: L. HATCHER. 1
OFFICE?Main Street, Opposite Hotel Lucerne; SALEM, VIRGINIA.
AGENTS FOR THE SALE >E PROPERTY OF
WEST SALEM LAM) GOMFAMYd
The ?salem Improvement Co., and all other ? alem Land Companies, Proj -,
e^inall parti of the city. Also, Farm, Hin ral and Coal Lands.
-SUCH AS A FINE-LINE OF?
S?"Corresponden< - ^obeitedj
jn\7-;f i^re raaka a Sp0cialty in monrnin
? ?. ?;
Goods.300 pieces of Dress Ginghan
from G cents npvr?rds. We h. ve
splendid line of Towells, Narkn
aad Table lines. Our.
! Notion Departoi'
SUCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS, Li
dies' and Children's Hose,cann >t I
surpassed in R?anoV e.
IP T) U
50 barrels Cheat*
a distillation, 50
just received. Can furnish anything in our hoe at lowest Ggnres
Special Attention Paid to Orders frcm Dry Districts. Come;
and See Us
over one thousand piecesof Swis an
Hamburg Edgings, flouncings i
black and white.
j Do Not Make up any rV.or
Underwear when you can buy ; hei
i at 20 cents and C>!) cents apiece i
gowns as well as skirts.
Try one of our Kabo Corsel
they are guaranteed for t\ eh
We Are the Agents for th
Foster Kid Gloves, the best on ch
I We Keep a Fuli Line c
Headed Capes as low as $2. K)
EST A T
In Fact You Can Find Any
tiling that is kept in a first -class di
goods house at the lowest p ice
Do not pass us by. but come in, :
we take a pleasure insbowingg od:
il Estate Brokers,
n u l
I GDD INVESTMENT If]
A3 ON 1 :R VDDRESS
# V- ' ??v-r ? IB" 3 s w *
122 SALEM A V KN1 fc
'tbT (!. HAEDAWAT.
fl . ATTOKXEY AT 1. W
(Late of the Martinsvilie Bar i
Courts: Roanoke and adjo air
counties- Office No. 303 Ser?Ai?r> o?
). Box :;c: Thomas Building,
? i . si-.**? aa
Taseweil County, Va.
m t, APRIL 75 ?890
. Tt,-".i-?-?nd HOTEL under contract.
TR-A-ic-jr and P6ST?FFi<''-E Id* LDING under contract.
AU^umber of STORES and DWELL] NGS under contract.
\ R< i LLING MILL under contract. .
A Brick aud Drain-pipe Works in operat on; capita. ?100,000.
mploy 500 men.
,:. and Iron Company,
WEICH OWNS THE TOWN SITE,
Offers : . ?. ? ? ;rial Enterprises to focate at Richlands.
SALE OF LOIS ^Se?? 1300]
, v . j., ? ;c voop>,ofi th<i-Comr?ar,v will double the price of its remaining lots, making aivimmediat?
And when tins ainoui* j.' \ \ '
demand for lote in . ?Iink between the Norfolk and Western and Louisville and Nashville Rail
?% -r;* ,,7i j,t fi.o din t line^'of-cheap"A?ab?ma-lrons coming Northt? market. , , , .
' V ri Vb rVv" ' run: 1 hrouah i h ? tow . < te; insuring a good supply ol water for the town and good drainage
Pp, , ,',?1 ^mimriscd in'thc^ownsite - alnioi . level and little or no grading has to be done,
rheland comprisea . ? ' . . .. . . . , ^Cas?i iudxiceinentax>irered insure the success of the town.
ODO Wor.h of Town Lots Have Been Sold
ESTFov do p
. . . . the most fa\ orable situation for an industrial t ?wi:
rs, apply to
H?HL??DS/TazeweH County, Va,
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
DRESS FABRICS of every descrip?
tion, suitable for the
See the new things in Persian Mulls,
a beautiful film} cloth in the most ex?
Satin striped Batistes, at i~^c yd.,
in strikingly stylish figures.
White Goods Of every description,
in-plain,'plaid and striped materials,
I at city prices.
Cashmere Oinbro Sotines, entirely
new. at T-;c; worth 2tic.
\ New Lace Flouncings and Net intho
! largest assortment.
New Ginghams, Outings, Percale?
and Prints^ very cheap.
New black wool Etamine, latent
New Siiks in India, Pongee, Failles,
Peau ile Soie, at astonishingly low
New wool Challies, at 20c yd, in the
mo.-t artistic designs and colorings.
Swiss Flouncings and Embroideries
in full assortments.
50 do^en Hemstitched Handker?
chiefs, this w eek at ?c.
Special Bargains in Corsets, Hoisery,
Gloves and Underwear.
The Indies are all cordially invited
to call and inspect the new things we
arc constantly opening;
flSIROHIHUS & BEO&H
110 Commerce Street.
%J I JljL
I lere is a vast country with
the best climate in the world,
i with conditions of health which
I are absolutely unparalleled,
with vast forests untouched,
iwith enormous veins of ccal
and iron, which yet have not
I known anything beyond their
original conditions; with soil
that, under proper cultivati >r,
lor little c-pita' can r.uppoit.
tre nend?us po iitlation; with
conditions tn the atmosphere
for comfortable living winter
land summer which exist
:.z\i iw'u) ?<.? 11\ ??!??.-. ?-?
and that is robe the attraction
for the young men who go
out from the farms to seek
settlement, and not by
immigration * from abroad,
for I do not think they will
go that way?but by the inter?
nal immigration from our own
country it is to become in
time as prosperous as any
other section of the country
and as prosperous by a
purely American develop?
These words apply partic?
ularly to Roanoke and vicin?
Fiee! Esieie Apis,
will furnish any information
that may be desired as to
how to secure bargains in
(Late of R. II. Adams & Co.,
Shirts ?& Underwear
Made to Order.
Commerce Street and Salem Avenue.
Over Gainbill & Oo's.
('! : v Engineer's Office, /
r?anoke, Va., June tf, lb:."). >"
Sealed bids for laying sewer pipe
will be received at this office until 12
o'clock July 7, 1890. Specifications
can i<e teen at this office.
WM. M. DUNLAP,
je7.;3t City Engineer.
PLEA SAN TS
LODGE. No. C3, A.
F. and A. M. There
will be a called com?
munication held in Ma?
sonic Temple, this
(Saturday) evening^ at
y o'clock. All Master Masons are
fraternally invited toattend.
Bv order of Worshipful Master.
H.C. MACK LIN.
^RCHER L. PAYNE,
Office on Commerce street, near Court
Special attention given to examina?
tion of titles to and matters connected
with real estate.
CONTINUED FRO}! FIRST I'AOE."
blislimout, ico factory, Hour mill, and
woolen mill have already been se?
Graham Furnace Company ?
500 shares of stock at par, $100,
$50,000. Total capita! subscribed,
$285,000; will be increased to $300;000.
Furnace 10 by 70 feet, capacity 125
tons per day, is being built and will
probably be in blast, in September!
1890. The furnace will lie supplied
with ore from the deposits in the im?
mediate vicinity Of tin- ?J?lich Valley
division and from tin; New River
Cripple Creek mineral region. Being
within ten miles of the coal held, this
furnace will secure its cokeat a lower
price than any furnace heretofore
erected in Southwest Virginia, and
probably lower than any furnace ia
the South. When the.Clinch Valley
extension i- c< unpletedto a connection
willi the Louisville & Nashville ra?
roadsystehi, and the Ohio extension
is completed through to Ohio and the
system of mil ways beyond, the
Graham furnace will ho "admirably
located for the shipment of its pro?
duct to both the -North and west.
The construction of this furnaco is
being pushed very rapidly.
Max Meadows Land & IMPROVE?
ment COMPANY;-?750 shares of stock
at par, $100, $75,000. Total capital.
?300,000, practically nil subscribed.
Max Meadows is in Wythe county.
Virginia, upon the main line of the
Norfolk and Western railroad, is one
of the most beautiful locations for a
town in Southwestern Virginia, and
bas an abundant water supply- Lots
will not he put upon the ?market be?
fore next sniumer or fall.
Max Meadows Irox Company.
7.*0 shares of stock at at par, $100,
$75.000. Total capital $-100,000,prac
ticallyall sub-.cribed. Furnace, 17x70
feet, with a capacity of 135 tons per
day. is being constructed, and will
probably he in blast early in 1891.
This furnace will draw its principal
supply of ore from large deposits of a
superior quality of ore owned by the
? company, distint about three miles.
Tin's location is a central one for sup?
plies of coke .uii! the various qualities
of iron ore. ami also for the shipment
of manufacture d iron to the Northern
and Northwestern as well as the Eas?
N'ourox Land and Improvement
Company.?250 shares of stock a* par,
$100, $25,090. Total capital $200,000,
a1'.subscribed. This town site is at
the proposed junction of the Clinch
Valiey Division of tlie Norfolk and
Western railroad and the Louisville
and Nashville railroad, and will be
very valuable after these railroads
are completed, which i> expected
i iotore the close of this year. * *
* * * * Since
January isr Investments have been
made as follows, for which money will
be required through this year and
part of ls'JL
CrxstaIi Spring Land Company.
200 shares of stock at par, $100, $20,
000. Total capital xiOO.OOO, all sub?
scribed. This company has only
recently been organized. Its lands
are located near Roanokc and pro?
mise to bo very valuable for town pur?
poses. The Virginia Development
Company had an inter, .-t in the pro?
perty sold to t:;i< company, and mad
a cleaf prpat- of about ^O.fjCO ouc'orl
i the sal?
I Rp A NOKE ROL uno MlLL CoMPA N Y* I
[ Loau.secnretl by first m n-fgagc- lv m!s.
with tiir- privilege of exchanging inn
('.stock, $13,000. ..This company com-"
li rueneed operatiens last year, ?i?ii.
[facturbig i>ar iron, and "is doing a I
[very tZ 'G.t 1:;:-;hc--. Additions: I
i money was requi *ed for enlarging it- |
c ipacity, and your company mad.' ;i
I loan for this purpose.
I ru v!. L AND CoMPANV of
I CU AN AN.--1,000 -bh.'fes Offtkii k a!
$3 30,1 '. 1'ar $100. issued ???? full
paid. Total capital. *!.2.-;o.rOi). Tin
. town ?l Buchanan is located 25 i::i*c-s
I; north of Roanoke, on the Sheudn
d ? .!: Vailev railroad, and on the man:
3.-.:"^'*the* C :;es?p. a:.-t.-lvc-'-M>.w,
railroad. The James river flows
through the town, which has beauti?
ful low land on the river for manufac?
turing purposes, and high sloping
ad for resiliences, and the company
purchased 3,000 acres of this laud at
an average price of $50 per acre. Hav?
ing two main hues of railroad and n
large river, this point has always been
considered au e.\>'.?ption-'diy favorable
one. Consequently, when the organ?
izers 6f the company opened books
for subscriptions at" $50 per share,
11,000 were subscribed promptly in
Richmond, Lynchb?rg, Roanoko and
Buchanan, and further subscriptions
were refused as it was thought advis?
able to reserve the remaining 4,000
shares to place with desirable parties
who would, help the enterprise. It
was only on this account that your
company was enabled to secure 1,000
shares at the original price. Within
two days of the organization meeting
of the company, a considerable
amount of (he stock w; s sold at $00,
and since then $70 per share has l|een
offered for small lots. This company is
p;-..ri icularly furtunate,baving secured
as its manager, Mr. Jos. D.Weeks, the
editor of the American Manufacturer
and Iron World, of Pittsburgh, onoof
the best iron and coal papers of this
country. Mr.. Weeks* great knowl?
edge of iron and steel manufacture,
his large acquaintance with leading
manufacturers, and his personal rep?
utation, will be of the greatest value
to this new enterprise.
Tiik Radford West End Land
Com pan v.?150 shares ot the slock at
par, $100; $15,000. Total capital, $85,
000. This company purchased 300acres
of land adjoining Radford,at $2 lo per
acre. There is a great demand for lots,
and it is believed that a large profit
can be made.
Virginia Real Estate Invest?
ment Association:?$100,000. Total
capital, $500,000. The purpose of this
association is to purchase town lots,
and erect buildings, and do a general
business in real estate where it can
be done profitably. Its operations
will cover a class of investments
which, it is not intended that your
company should make directly, and
will very materially assist your com
pany in building up.the new towns in
which it is interested.
The SioDa Bessemer Iron Ore
mine in CUBA.?It was considered ad?
visable for your company to be inter
es edin securing a supply of Bes?
semer iron ores, which may be of
great value to the Virginia furnaces,
in January Of this year.a syndicate of
thirty shares w > formed for the pur- '
pose of taking an option on a Bes?
semer iron ore mine in Cuba. Your
company secured two .'-hares in this
syndicate, and $2,000 has been assessed
on each shore, and after a very care?
ful examination and favorable report
bj com net cut. experts, it has been
d< iiied to purchase a leasehold of the
property. It is believed that this ore
will at some future day, be of great
vahie to your company, as it can be
landed at Norfolk and transported in
return empty coal cars to your l'ur
naces.for the manufacture of Bes?
semer pig iron. It is thought advis?
able, therefore, that your. company
should subscribe to its t'uil share of the'
capital requin d to develop the enter- j
>rise. The two shares will entitle:
your company to subscrihe to $70,000 ;
of the stock of the c"ompany, to be ?
jailed the Signa Iron Company.
This subscription has already been
authorized bv. the executive commit- i
Proposed New Investments,?
i Your company lias taken two very
valuable leases of coal land in the Elk
horn district of the Flat-top field, and
proposos to make a combination with
the Norfolk Coal and Coke Company,
which now has two very valuable
leases adjoining the two taken by I
your company. These four leases!
comprise about 4,000 acres of the best; I
coal hind in the Flat-top field, outside
of the South wsst Virginia Improve*
ment Company's leasehold, n.:d they
will be operated by the Norfolk C.
A' C. Co., your company subsrri'dni:
to a large amount of stock in tha .
company. Two hundred ovens will
bo built immediately, making a i? til
of 400 ovens for tho Norfolk comp mj.
Mouth Kadi'-oud.?Your company
has taken a lar^e interest in a recen
purchase of real estate across the New
River from the town of Rad ford. Et ?
timates are now being prepared fc ?
building a bridge across the river, and
it is proposed to put this land Into an
Improvement Company and sell lots.
Kajh'okd-Ckani-; Ikon Company.
This company proposes to build .
a blast furnace at Rad ford, and you
company lias been asked to subscrib i
The report concludes as follows
Fordetailed information in regar to
tho iron mines controlled by you*
company, you nre respectfully re
ferred to the rci)ort of Mr. E. C.
Pechin. the general manager of tho
company. In addition to the charge
of the iron mines, Mr. Pech in has had
a general oversight of the cons rin
tion of the furnaces in which you?
company is interested and of you ?
other investments. It gives pour,
board great pleasure to testify to th?
efficient work done by Mr. Pechiu it
every department, particularlj in
the very rapid and excellent woik i i
furnace construction. A great deal
has been accomplished since Mi.
Pechin took charge of the affainj tf
rhe company in Virginia On Octobi ?
1st last. Ycur management has oee.i
extremely fortunate also in securing
the services of Mr. S. H. Cbauvenel,
who will take general charge of th)
I buena Vista. Salem, Max Meadows
and Graham furnaces, with h ad
quarters at Philadelphia. In th'u
way the product of these furhacesca .
be disposed of without any conflh r
in selling and it is hoped that the bei t
possible results will be obtoiued b<-|
cause of Mr. Chauvouet's very e:;tei -
sive experience and through know!-1
edge of the iron business. In con dm
itiir it maybe said that the ft u: -
prospects of your company are ve. /
Then' has been a great advance i 1
the value of town property in S' in -
west Virginia largely due to the c ip -
tal expended by your and other on ?
panics, and as almost all investment
nave been made at first prices before
any increase in values, the profits at
present values are very larue. Th.>
people of Virginia are fully alive 1 j
the opportunities now offering fc ?
profitable investment of their monej,
and new land schemes are being o.'-B
ganized and local subscription ar.?
quickly obtained lor enterprises u. iic .1
present assurances of profitable r< -
suits. At all of the new towns lot s
have largely enhanced in value ovtr
the prices of a few months ago.
Available land near any of theo l er
new towns is being rapidly laid out
into streets and lots, and the lot* as I
rapidly sold and the erection, effl
building and ol her improvement.- vig?
orously pushed. Great care is t; tei .
however, Uy your managers in select -
ing investments, an 1 only the be t
are accepted. It must-be borne ill
mind, also, that in Virginia values tim
'arm and town lands, with one oi two
exception?, have not increased dt rir.-c
:!,.? p(-.r 23 years. .New indiu ;rii s
hadbcen introduced to a very lin.
The at tention of the public had nc t
! b ;en generally attracted to tue t;rei r
natural udvantagea hi that ti< n
until within the past six month .
pnringVthis lithe'-'there hasbc-ea ??
j great activity and increase ic value .
l and large amounts of outside eapic -
(have been invested. The < ulj re ij
! foundation for this is the larjiO nut: j
bor of new industries wiiic i i
are now in course of construe' ioi an 1J
in prospect. These new iudu.-r.ri. ?;
have already brought, and. v.'i i j
continue t" bring, a large
[ginia, inoreoveri who heretofore ' j
j lived "in towns distant from the ivi - j
j roads, are moving into the new it.lu. -j
trial towns, located on lines of raiboa< . |
j where there is ample opportuni y t >
.invest money advantageously .ha;]
j has been gradually accumulating air . j
lying idle, or to get work at :ool!
wages. All this change in popuk.tioC
justifies an increase in values of re; 11
estate at the favorable places. Tuer:
are today, in Southwestern Virginh .
very few"towns of 3,000 inhabit: at>
There is no reason why there sh:?ul 1
not be as many towns of from 3,0.0 t > ]
10,000 inhabitants, as in most pans tf
Pennsylvania, New York and Ue-'\
Jersey, and if thi; district isto bet ont jj
the iron centre, which is confidently j
expected, it is only a question of i
few years when to the traveller this
section will more nearly resemble th ?
active industrial districts of the No rtl ,
than the quiet farming country h >,
has hitherto seen.
EAST s;.m> ADDITION.
Desirability of nnd Dciunuds torl.on
As.the summer advances.much ac?
tivity in building operations ii
noticed, and many nev.- houses art i'i
process of construction; This natu?
rally makes the real estate mutke;
much firmer, and agents are corres?
pondingly happy. Simmon's <? Cc
nave been doing a rushing business
one of the best since the firm ?va
established. The East Cud property
is changing hands very rapidly, and J
many new houses will be erected ' hi ?
Among the prominent addition: ii
the Cast End, is that of the Oat
Ridge Land Company. Theadditioi
lies just ea*t of Belmbnt and south o '
the East Side Lund Company's pi op
erty and adjoins the farms oi
Messrs. George Tayler and O. \V
This offers every inducement as ;
place of residence; It is removed fron
the business portion of the city am
therefore gives a quiet, suburbai
home, while at the same time ii i
m ar the dummy line and therefor*
quite convenient to the city.
The land is high and dry-and aas
just enough slope to give it l >oc
drainage. Gas and water mains an
being put in and new streets arebeinj
laid "out. Every tiling is propitk i:s
and it is destined to take its propel
place in the front rank, it is locatei
near the furnace, rolling mill, bri Igi
works and the machine works ; m
offers, therefore greater inducement:
to the working-man, as it is near hi
work. A number of neat cottages ire
going.up and others have bee eon
James S. Simmons & Co., are agents
for the company*and they cau ;;ivi
good bargains. The property is goin?
rapidly, and i; you want to obtain a
good bargain, call on them at o.ice.
The prices for the lots are low and th?
terms easy, so every man cau own his
The best fitting and most stylish
1 snits in the city at JGcyer's, on Camp (
: bell street. my20 tf.;
! Go to Geyers to get your spring!
and summer suits, my20 tf; j
! For the safest and best paying in-;
?vestment, subscribe for stock fn the
Iron Belt Building aud Loan Associa?
tion of Roanoke, Va. Compare fchej
prospectus of this Association v ;..
any other and see the advantages of?
fered to both the investor and the
borrower. J. R. Terry, special ag( nt
or W. 3. iMcCIannahan, will furnish
prospectus and take subscriptions :'or
stock. Office over the Roanoke Trust,
Loan and Safe Deposit Company,
Geyer, the Campbell street Tailor,
carries a large and select stock of,
goods in his line. my20 tf
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND, AT
GROCERY, 148 SALEM AVENUE.
0. H. JOHDAN, Ii N. McCANDLiSH, E. H.'OLOWES.
H. JORDAN $c COMPANY
Eueua Vista, Virginia,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND INSURANCE.
mylj 8m. _
THOMAS & BURNS'
$9.75 Two Specials $11.75.
FOR 10 DAYS ONLY.
Wq have placed on s-ale over 150 suiu at $0.75;|uduceJ from $10.50,
$12.00 ? are d ijzuificcnt busiocsa suits, In frock and sack, well
worth one half more than the figures we have placed on therj.
1 7 5
For that small ambuut vre have placed together a line of finer ones, plenty
feuperh business suits iu sack and cutaways, of
cbeviots, worsteds and cassirncres. See them; dont cost a cent aud
may save you a few dollars. ? - ? *
Hardwood & Slate
Tiles for Mantel Facings, Hearths,
Thin and Inlaid Tiles for Floor, &c.
Grates, Brass Goods, and Ftifc.
Catalogues furnished on application.
Tblepuoj?b 1482. [Please mention Ibis paper.
"No. 124 North Howard Street, Baltimore, Md.*
_ - c ess*! vuiirriWTr. * *
r . ~ ? . - h??vestigent subscribe -tor-siucK' in XuZ'
?at ' : iTtuy * !*"*!^ ir?.n Belt Building and Loan Atfoeia
*t valuable additions "?n' ^" Hoanoke, Va. Compare the
that! id out -to theci y is l"';i'Vft \,? this Action with
? , . , J any.) her and see the advantages of
- ? fered to ooth the investor and the
This is situated just east of Glade
Creek and immediately on the dum?
my line. The tact that it has this line
running through it makes it exceed?
ingly more valuable, it brings it in
ci'j-i"1 proximity to the center Qf the
city. The tare over the line is only
five cents, and places it within the I . ..
reach of ail who attend church, do Our special sale of readyTmade suits
chemarketing and even-thing of that for f 9.8a proved a grand success. Ue
sort in this part of the city. Byhav- i;;f v,'.d,'n,i'',K\lu..ord?e_r, to ?,ve those
ing a home in this addition a person
to poth the investor
borrower. .L R. Terry, special agent,
or W. S. McClannahan, will furnish
prospectus and take subscriptions for
stock. Office over the Koanoke Trustr
Loan and S?le Deposit Company,
jun 1 lw.
who were not prepared at the time, an
opportunity to secure one of these
suits, to continue the sale fortwodays
longer, Friday and Saturday, May-*
30th and 31st. and as the season liae
advanced we have thrown in-ttfly
more choice cassimere and worsted
suits of higher grades, worth fully
?14 and $15; all go for $9.85. Don t
forget t he dates, Friday and Saturday,
May 30th and 31st.
The Salem Avenue Clothier, Tailor
and Hatter, No. 44, Salem avenue,
can-enjoy:all the pleasures of asab
urban residence and yet get the ben?
efits of city conveniences.
The addition is being laid oir by
wide streets and avenues, and build?
ing sues are ranidiy being soltt- It is
well I drained 'and therefore very
A company has been organized to
erect a water-works plant and the
reservoir will probably be erectedat
an early date. When ihi* is done
this section can be supplied with the
clear fluid from the Smith spring,
which is only a short distance away.
A system of sewerage is to be inaugu?
rated and the sanitary condition im?
proved, though this is hardly neces?
sary, as sickness is almost unknown.
Tin: view from the Glade Addition
is one oi the finest tu'be obtained
anywhere in this section. Tall moun?
tain peaks, the Roanoke river valley
and extensive forests are all iu full
view and form a picture that is very
One oi the best things about this Commencement Exercises will take
property is the easy terms on which j place in the following order:
it can "be purchased. Any one can
save a few dollars a week from his [ Monday, Jlllie 9til
salary .and the lots can be secured so ?? * - w
cheap that a'few dollars a week saved j
will almost be sufficient to cover it.
Invest your money in the Iron Belt
Building and Loan Association, Roan?
oke, Va. june?-twk.
The agents for the company are
Messrs. W. M. Yager & Co., of South
Jefferson street, one of our most en?
terprising real estate firms. The prop?
erty is selling very rapidly, so persons
contemplating purchasing had better
give them a call at once. Transporta?
tion is furnished over the dummy line
for those who wish to look at the
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Latest styles Straw Hats, at B.
Goetz's, 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf
Marshall's Cafe?The popular re?
sort, furnishes a first-class dinner
daily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents, ap?-tf
?Blaster your house with Marble
Rook lime, bust oh the market. If you
don't believe it, call on Oarui;? ???
sole ageuts. RemeniF
cheapest sash, door and i liud manuiac
turers in the city. Satisfactiou gcarau
For ladies'and gent's Tender Feet
hoes, go to E. G?etz, 21 Salem 1
venue. ap80-tf i
stoves from M.H,:
lit 8 p. in., Elocution and Music.
Tuesday, June lOtTi
11 a. m? Art-Exhibition^"-^
8 p. in., Commencement Concert -
Wednesday, June II
10 a. m., Commencement Exercises
proper, including an address by Rev.
H. A. Tupper, D. D. of Ky.
4 p. m., Art Exhibition.
8 p. m., Society celebration, includ
i ing an address by Hon. John Gooi!''
i of Virginia.
Exercises will be held open to the
j public. As the institute is always
I taxed to the utmost with guests fron,
j distant parts, it cannot furnish re- ,
: freshments to local attendants. There
is no objection to "basket dinners" 01
the grounds provided the proprieties
1 ot a place almost exclusively occupied
by ladies are duly respected.
CHAS. L. COCKE,
Je7 ~t Superintendent.
Buy vour cookiiic
Jennings & Co., near market house. J WANTED .?A BOOK-KEKPEB
Salem avenue. t m Useless to apply unless thor
Latest styles Straw Hats, at E.; ?"?hly competent, and with good
Goetz's, 21 Salem avenue. ap:J0-tf ; references. Address "j,"' this ollice
For tire insurance call at the office;
oi the Roanoke Trust, ~.oan
Deposit Co. dcc28-tf
The : James Meem's $3 Shoe, at E.
Goetz s. 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf
For ladies' and gent's Tender Feet
Shoes, go to E. Goetz's, 21 Salem
Stoves! stoves! stoves! cbeaper
than ever at M. FL Jennings & Co.,
Salem ajvenua. near market house.
BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMUU
dated at No. 416 Second street,
WANTED.?TO I?rrKT A BABY'
M carriage for 30 ??; <,j days. App'J"
at Hotel Felix. je??
?URNISHED EIGHT R003T.
1 house to rent for three (3) months- %\
Apply at Times office. jeG
Artists material at PIcken's
rooms. Large ground
j lable set with the best the market
affords* MRS. CRAWFORD. ~
mar27-tf Proprietoresg. *