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. w hat everybody is looking for. We have net the time nor space to enu?
merate the name of all we have in ,toek, but will sav
COME AND SEE JS.
You can sureW find everything that is kept in
A FIRST-CLASS GRCOERY STORE.
OUR PRICES WILL SUIT Y'OU. YOUR PATRONAGE
IS SOLICITED. RESPECTFULLY,
L. H. BRUGH,
TO THE PUBLIC
INVEST WHERH SUGGESS IS ASSURED.
Industries already in operation! Not what
is to be, hut what is.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN iN
nouncing to the public that we ar
receiving daily our
Over $2,ooo,ooo'has been invested during
the past year at and around Iron Gate,
IN SUCCESSFUL C PERATION WITHIN A RADIUS OF FIVE MILES.
ROLLING -M ILL,
St< am brick machine, painting mill, two saw mi Is, curry comb factory, machine
Bhops, &c,on the grounds and in active operation. An elegaut new tjueea
Ann Hotel, handsomely furnished and supplied vith hot aud cold Lithia Baths,
now open to guest. A large
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT WORKS
Rapidly approaching completion. Negotiation* pending for steel works, blast
furnace, woolen mill, and other industries. Bci.utiful scenery, healthy climate,
abundance and vanel of water?Freestone, Lit via and Chalybeate in the very
cejter of the town. Fine water power, Exce lent drainage.
GRAND AUCTION SALE OF LOTS,
Tuesday, June l!4, 98SO.
Including some of tho most desirable business and residence lots in the towo.
h '!i Gate, Ya., is situated at the headwaters ot James River, 1,200 feet above
sea level,-and in a climate famed for heaithfulnc's. On line cf James River
D.vision, Chesapeak . and Ohio Railway, one a,id one-half miles south of Clif
to i Forge.
Property is not at fancy figures. No investor has ever lost a dollar in Iron
ii ite. All have mad - money. The handsonert and most attractive portion
of the place will be put on the market for th ? first time on Tuesday, June
34th. Special rates on Chesapeake and Ohio und all connecting lines.
Terms Of sale: On -fourth cash: balance in ?.qu?l installments at ?, 12, and I
18months, with interest, the purchaser giv.ngdeed of trust as ultimate;
security. Full paid -tock received in payment of lots at a premium of 50 per j
cent. Remember thi day and date?TUESDAY, JUNE 24th. 18U0. For fur
t1 er particulars, circulars, &c. address 1'tOM GATE LAND AND IM?
PROVEMENT CO., ^r WEST IRON GATE L VND CO., Iron Gate. Ya.
June 11, 10t.
Buy a Lot in Mew Cemetery.
At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the
FAIRVIEW CEMETERY COMPANY,
It was decided to put their iots ou the market a . once. As I was appointed
apent for the sale of these lots, I will take qrea. pleasure iG taking my friends
ai I the public, at an" time, to fee them. The company has rcceutly, at cor,-j
si "erable cost, improved and beautified the gro: uds, which makes it one of tbe
handsomest cemeteries in the city.
Parties purchasing prior to the 1st o: Scpteuil er will be allowed a discount of
10 per cent.
-SUCH AS A FINE; LINE OF
DR ESS GOODS,
We make a specialty in mournin
Goods.JUO piecesof Dress Gingl an
from 0 cents ui)wanls. We hi ve
splendid line of Towells, Na] tic
and Table lines. Our
SUCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS, h?
dies' and Children's Hose,cann?'t I: 1
surpassed in Roanoke.
WE ME JUST RECEIVE *
over one thousand piecesof Swis.-an .
Hamburg Edgings, flouncing* i 1
black and white.
Do Not Make up any 3V;or
Underwear when you can buy thei
at 2!) cents and 5!> cents apiece i 1
gowns as well as skirts.
Try one of our Kabo Corset;
as they are guaranteed for tv eh !
We Are the Agents for th s
Foster Kid Gloves, the best on tl ?
We Keep a Full Line c
Beaded Capes as low as *2.00
In Fact You Can Find Any
thing 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" in showing good
122 SALEM A VENU!
Of Feat lerston, Audrews <fc Co.,
32 Caiupbell^street, Roanoke,
0. HARD A WAY",
ATTOIlJ,"KY AT L. W.
(Late of the Martinsville Bar.)
Courts: Roanoke and adjo nil
counties. OfEce No. 803 Ser-r>". e
Thomas Building, tktfL
?j spa?-">: ssgs*saa
Tazewell County, Va.
Sale of Town Lots began
A fifty thousand HOTEL ander contract.
Fine stone BANK and POSTOFFICE BUILDING under contract.
A la rye number of STORES and DWELLINGS under contract.
A ROLLING MILL under contract.
Coal mines three miles away and iron ma es two miles.
A Wrought Iron Pipe and Tube Works, organized with a cash capital of $500,000, and will employ 000 men.
A Brick and Drain-pipe Works in opera-.ion; capital $100,000.
The Clinch Valley Coal and Iron Company,
WHICrl OWNS THE TOWN SITE,
Offers $200,000 to industrial Enterprises to locate at Riehlands
PAT A HI? iOnQ POSITIVELY
OliLuj Ur LUlO LIMITED TO
And when this amoi
demand for lots in C
RICH LANDS i>
r< ids and in the dir
The Clinch Rive
The proximity o
tnt is readied the Company will double the price of its remaining lots, making an iinmediai
:e hands 01 first purchase -s.
on the connecting link b tweeu the Norfolk and Western and Louisville and Nashville lai
ct line of cheap Alabama Irons coining North to market.
runs through trie town ite, insuring a good supply of water for the town and good draiiag.
in the town sire is almos level and little or no grading has to be done,
the Ore and Fuel and the large cash inducements offered insure the success of the town
Over $290,000 Worth of Town Lots Have Been Sold,
RICHLANDS is located in a beautiful large valley and is the most favorable situation for an industrial row
between Radford and Middleboro. (Uw
ESTFor maps of town and particulars, apply to
RICHLANDS, Tazewell County. Va.
NE IV STORE
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
Offer This Week
DRESS FABRICS of every descrip?
tion, suitable for the
See tne i ew things in Persian Mulls.
& beantifh (ihn> cloth in the most ex?
Satin striped Batistes, at V2]c yd.,
in striking y stylish figures.
White Goods of every description,
in plain, p aid and striped materials,
at city prices.
Cashmere Oinbre Satines, entirely
new, at 12?c; worth 20c.
New Ln( 3 Plouncings and Not in the
largest ass ?rtment.
New Gringhams, Outings, Percales
and Prints, very cheap.
New bltck wool Rtamine, latest
summer fa >ric.
New Silks in India, Pongee, Failles,
Peau de Soie, at astonishingly low
New wool Challies, at 20c yd, in the
most artistic designs and colorings.
Swiss Plouncings and Embroideries
in full ass( rtments.
50 dozei. Hemstitched Handker?
chiefs, this week at 5c.
Special Fargains in Corsets. Hoi -cry.
Gloves ant Underwear.
The ladies are all cordially invited
to call and inspect the new things we
are constantly opening.
M BONIMUS &BBUGH
111 Commerce Street,
I lere s a vast country with
the best climate in the world,
with con litions of health which
are abs)lutely unparalleled,
with vast forests untouched
with enormous veins ot coa]
and iron, which yet have no!
known anything beyond then
original conditions; with soil
that, un(.er proper cultivation
for little capital can support n
tremendous population; with
conditions in the atmosphere,
for com brtable living- wintei
and st.mmcr which exisl
nowhere else in the country
and that is to be the attractior
I for the young men who gc
I out from the farms to seek
j settlement, and not bj
immigration lrom abroad
for I dc not think they will
go that vay?but by the inter?
nal immigration from our own
country it is to become in
time as prosperous as anv
other se:tion of the country
and as prosperous by a
purely American develop,
* . ? +
These words apply partic?
ularly to Roanoke and vicin?
Real Estate Agents,
will furrish any information
that may be desired as to
how to secure bargains in
The regi lar annual meeting of the
Roanoke ajd Southern Railway Com?
pany will he held at the office of the
company, n the city of Roanoke, Va.,
on Tuesda r, June 17th. 1800.
S. 'V. JAMISON, Secretary.
MayTG, 7 890. jeltill7
RAILRO^ D CONTRACTORS WAG?
ONS, ( ARTS, TOOLS, MULES,
ETC., FC R SALE BY P?BLIO
AUCTION IN DANVILLE AND
We will off ar for sale, by public auc?
tion, to th- highest bidder, on
WEDNESDAY, 25TH DAY OF
commencii g at 10 o'clock a. m., at
Ruffian & Hairston's storage ware
bouse on 3raghead street, a large
outfit and squipment for contractors,
consisting of 1 pair Fine Mules, Steel
Drills, set of Track Tools and Steel
Hammers, Picks, Shovels and Crow?
bars, 40 Sc apers and '6 sets Black?
smiths1 Tools, and lot of office Desks
lmmedia tely after the sale we will
Sroceeed 11 sell in the same way on
fain stree-, North Danville :
70 Railro id Carts and Harness,
I 11-Horse Wagon and Harness.
5 2-Horso Wagons.
6 Track ' "rucks.
C Railroad Dumps, Carts, etc., etc.
This out it is nearly new and in
good condi tion, a'hd it"will afford con?
tractors an ! others a fine opportunity
to purcbas i at low prices. This sale
will be continued from day to day
until comp eted.
TERMS:?For all sums under one
hundred dollars, cash"; for sums of I
one bund red dollars and over, a
credit of 90 days will be given. Pur?
chasers to give negotiable notes with
satisfactory security with interest j
DANVILLE CONSTRUCTION CO.
je 12 td.
NEWS NOTES ABOUT WELL
GOSSIP FROM MANY QUARTERS.
Seme Are Travelling, Some Are Mm
rytny:, And All Serin |tO l>c I>i>lnu
Very Well?It In I.HSle, Hut Makes
Highly IntcrcMlius- Reading.
An infant child of Dr. R. II. Garth
right, of Vinton, is seriously ill.
Mr. A. B. Hammond left last night
for a business t rip to New York.
The new city directory in out.
Young & Mutholland were the editors.
Mr. Harry Fry, of Pocahontas, Va.,
is in the city visiting relatives and
General E. Kirby Smith claims to
be the olde.-t living white man horn
Mr. Llewellyn Lookabill returned
yesterday morning from a trip to
Col. Charles H. .Johnson, of the firm
of Bartlett, Johnson & Go , Louisville,
Ky.. is in the city.
Mrs. Hattie Davis, of Cincinnati, is
visit ing her sister, Mrs. Kose Levine,
of Third avenue. S. W.
Mr.J.Harry Humphries, of Vay
nesboro, accompanied by his wife,
are stopping at Hotel Felix.
Miss Lottie Spaine, of Norfolk, is
visiting her brother, llr. [rving
Spaine, of Third street. S. W.
il is now announced that Prince
Mnrat is engaged to a middle-aged
lady with a fortune of $5,000,000.
Colonel Sylvanus Johnson, of
Petersburg, is visiting his daughter,
Mrs. P. Lockett, of Month Roanoke.
Building is reported to he unusually
active at Westminster, Md., and the
demand for skilled workmen is large.
The stockholders of the Roanoke
and Southern Railroad Company wiil
meet in this city on Tuesday, June 17.
Mr. W. E. Kessler, of the Norfolk
and Western Railroad Company, re?
turned yesterday from a visit to Had
Mr. John A. Hardy, superintendent
[oi the Radford division of the Nor
? folk and Western railroad, is in Bluc
Thirty-six wagons paid curbage tax
at the Second ward market yesterday
morning, the amount accruing to the
city being $5.75.
A large well has been sunk in the
building of the Wheeling ice plant, at
Wheeling, W. Va., which Hows 1?0
gallons a minute.
Messrs. M. H. Pedigo and Will
Wootten left yesterday afternoon for
Bakersvilh-, Cal., ami will make that
State their future home.
The law school at the University of
North Carolina will open July 1 ami
end on the last Monday in September.
The fee for the term will be *:(U.
! Farmers from different sectiors of
Washington county, Md.. report that
the prospects for a good wheat crop
in that county were never liner.
Tho grand council of the Royal Ar?
canum, of North Carolina, was organ?
ized at Raleigh, Supreme Regent Legi)
' R. Warts, of Virginia, officiated.
I Deposits of a very tine quality of
load have been discovered on the
farm of >'. E. Layman, eight miles
from Fincastle, in Botetourt county,
Messrs. J. S. Simmonsi Co., real ei
I t?te agents, sold yesterday city prop?
erty to the amount of $30,000, all of
j which was sohl to parties out of the
: A panther, said to have escaped
from a menagerie two years ago in
I Shepherdstown, W. Va., is reported
to be frolicking about the suburks of
i ? that place.
One of the fifteen prisoners dis?
charged from the Virginia penitent!
ary during the month of Fune w is T.
A." Marvin, the celebrated bigi.inist
The trial of William Sadler for the
murder of James Lindsay, colored, on
May ist. took place yesterday. Sad?
ler was sent on to await theaction of
the grad jury in July.
Taylor Dennis, a colored man of
Vinton, died Tuesday of par: lysis
and was buried yesterday, afternoon.
He was a good darkey and com?
manded the respect of the white peo
The Free Church of Scotland, which
recently took steps to prosecute Pro
fessor Bruce for heresy, recently with?
drew from its position by a vote at
the general assembly session in Lon?
Mrs. John R. Ennis, of Martins .ill.',
Md., has given birth to triplets. By
j a singular coincidence she was her
j self a twin, and her mother and
i grandmother are each of a s(t of
Work on the machine shop of the
roundhouse in the West End yards oi
. the Norfolk and We:-ter:i railroad was
commenced yesterday morning-. The
I shop will be thirty by sixty feet in
I dimensions and will be complete.I in
j a week or ten days.
Our special s.-ih- of ready-made suits
for $9.85 proved a grand success. We
have decided,^in order to give those
who were not prepared at the time, an
opportunity to secure one of these
suits, to continue the sale for two days
longer, Friday and Saturday, May
30th and 31st. and as the season has
advanced we have thrown in fifty
more choice cassimere and worsted
suits of higher grades, worth fully
?1-1 and $15: all go for #!).85. Don't
forget the dates, Friday and Saturday,
May :J0th and :jlst.
The Salem Avenue Clothier. Tailor
and Hatter. No. 44, Salem avenue.
For colds, croup, asthma, bronchi?
tis and sore throat use Dr. Thomas'
"Eclectric Oil, and get the best.
For the safest and best paying in?
vestment subscribe for stock in the
Iron Belt Building and Loan Associa?
tion, of Ro; noke, Va. Compare the
prospectus of this Association with
any other and 6ee the advantage; of?
fered to poth the investor and the
borrower. J. R. Terry, special agent,
loi-W. S. McClannahar., will furnish
I prospectus and take subscriptions foi?
st ock. Office over the Roanoke Trust,
Loan and Safe Deoosi*- Company,
j un 5 1 w.
Go to Geyers to get your spring
and summer suits, my20 tf."
The best fitting and most stylish
suits in the city at Geyer'6, on Camp
beil street. ____ mY20 tf.
For the safest and best paying in?
vestment, subscribe for stock in the
Iron Belt Building and Loan Associa?
tion of Roanoke, Va. Compare the
prospectus of this Association with
any other and see the advantages of?
fered to both the investor and the
borrower. J. R. Terry, special agent
or W. S. McCiannahan, will furnish
prospectus and take subscriptions, for
"stock. Office over the Roanoke Trust,
Loan and Safe Deposit Company.
jun 5 lw
Geyer, the Campbell street Tailor,
carries a large and select stock of
goods in his line. t my20 tf
THE ?LADE ADDITION.
One of tiie Prettiest RaHdlng site . in
One of the most valuable addit om
that has been laid out to the city fc
the Glade property.
This is situated just east of G ad<
Creek und immediately on the duni
my line. The fact that it has this iim
running through it makes it exceed
ingly more valuable, as it brings it ii.
close proximity to the center ol th
city. The fare over the line is only
five cents, and places it within ' th
reach of all who attend church, do
the marketing and everything of tha
sort in this part of the city. By Im ?
ing a home in this addition a person
can enjoy all the pleasures of a .sul ?
urban residence and yet get the ben?
efits of city conveniences.
The addition is being laid ol b -
wide streets and avenues, and build
ing sites are rapidly being sold* It is
well drained and therefore ver./
A company has been organized to
erect a water-works plant and th :
reservoir will probably be erected a;
an early date. "When this is i on !
this section can be supplied witl th ?
clear fluid from the Smith sp in;,
which in only a short distance a a>
A system of sewerage is to be inaugi -
rated and the sanitary condition in -
proved; though this is hardly neces?
sary,as sickness is almost unknowr..
The view from the Glade Add cio i
is one of the finest tojbeobta ne
anywhere in this section. Tall in mi ?
tain peaks, the Uoanoke river v. lie. -
and extensive forests are al! in fu i
view and form a picture that is 'er'
One of the best things about thl
property is the easy terms on w lie
it can be purchased. Any one ca i
save a few dollars a week Iron hi)
salary and the lots can be secun 1 sj
cheap thai, a few dollars a. week S ve
will almost lie sufficient to cover :.
The agents for the company an
Messrs. YV. M. Yager k Co., of S ut i
Jelferson street, one of our mos! en?
terprising real estate tirius, Tiieproi -
erty is selling very rapidly, so pei -01 s
contemplating purchasing had b.-ttf ?
give them a cull at once. Transp -rt; -
tion is furnished over the dummy Una
for those who wish to look at th i
A fiesh supply of the celebrate!
Dyspepsia water just received b 'tl !
leading druggist:- of Roanoke. Pric e
per case or .")0c per bottle. jt 10 '?. t
KPECIAL B.OC.lJ, NOTICES.
Latest styles Straw Hats, a! 1 .
Goetz's, 21 Salem ayenue. ap3H-tf
Marshall's Cafe?The popula ? r
sort, furnishes a first-class dinner
daily from 1 to :J for 50 cents. api-tf
?Plaster, your bouse with M rb a
Rock lime, best on the market. 1 y< i
don't believe it, call on Carrier & Co ,
sole agents. Remember they arc tl j
cheapest sash, door and blind nianufa- -
turers in the city. Satisfaction gu.irat -
For ladies'and gent's Tender Fett
hoes, go to E. Guetz, 21 S del t
Buy your cookiug staves from M.I ,
Jennings & Co., near market h us .
Salem aveuue. t
Latest styles Straw Hats, at L.
Goetz's, 21 Salem aveuue. ap30-tf
For tire insurance call at the .'llii i
of the Roanoke Trust, -.can and Sa 2
Deposit Co. dee2fr -tf
The James Mecm's $3 Shoe, t ! .
Goetz.s, 21 Salem aveuue. ap3<'-tf
For ladies" and gent'8 Tender Fei t
Shoes, goto E. Goetz's, 21 S Je. 1
Stoves ! stoves! stoves! cbi ap r
than ever at M. II. Jennings & Co ,
Saiem avenue, near mnrkel house
Our $10 black cheviot suits cai"t t 3
bought elsewhere for less than 2.? K
How is that:?at Conn's, of couri e.
Artists material at Picken's.
EAST END ADDITION.
Desirability <>: an-l !>eiiiuu<ls i'or I.o 1
As the summer advances'hmch a -
tlvity in building operations ?
noticed, and many new houses a e a
process of construction. This natu?
rally makes the real estate m;.rk> t
much tinner, and agents are c< rre -
pondingly happy. Simmons 4 C >.
have been doing a rushing busiues-,
one of the best since the firm w; s
established. The Elast End pro er y
is changing hands very rapidly, ?11 1
many new houses will be erectec tl
Among the prominent additions .1
the East End, is that of the Ol <
Ridge Land Company. The additic j
lies just ea?t of Belmont and south ? f
the East Side Land Company's ,.ro. -
erty and adjoins the farm: < f
Messrs. George Tavler and G V .
This offers every inducement as 1
place of residence. It is removed fro. 1
the business portion of the city an 1
therefore gives a ^quiet, suburban
home, while at the same time :t a
near the dummy line and therefore
quite convenient to the city.
The land is high and dry and hes
just enough slope to give it gocl
drainage. Gas and water main.* ai 3
being put in and new streets are bain
laid out. Every thing is propit.ou ,
and it is destined to take its prop* r
place in the front rank. It is locate I
near the furnace, rolling mill, bridj.- 3
works and the machine works an I
oilers, therefore greater inducement 3
to the workingman, as it is near h. i
work. A number of neat cottages ar j
oingup and others have bee coi ?
James S. Simmons?t Co.,areagen13
for the company, and they can give
good bargains. The property is goin 1
rapidly, and if you want to obtain 1
ood bargain, call on them at once.
The prices for the lots are low and th j
terms easy, so every man can own hi 3
Invest your money in the Iron BeJt
Building and Loan Association, Roar
oke, VaJ june?-tvk.
WANTED.?A LARGE UNF CP -
nished room, with board b 1
gentleman and wife, in private famil'
preferred. Liberal price will be oai \
\ for suitable place. H. F.
! je 12 It. Times office.
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION?A! '
examination will be held at th ?
I First Ward School Building for a >pl ?
cants for po&itions to teach in th s
public schools of the city of Roannkt
commencing Friday, June 20th. Co
ored teachers will also receive exam ?
nation at same place and time, in <.
different apartment of the built in<..
Applicants must bring paper, pens
ink etc. Examination will be v. poi
English and elements of seiet tifi;
course as prescribed in the sciioci
regulations. Also theory, practic 1
and experimental information.
RUSH U. DERR,
je 12 -it. Supt. City Schools.
lLate of R. H. Adams & Co.,
6 Shirts to Order Unlaundried, -$j.0f
G Best Shirts to Order Laundried,$ ;.0C
Commerce Street and Salem Ave.me
Over Gambill & Co's.
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND, AT
GROCERY, 148 SALEM AVENUE.
C. H. JORDAN,
It N. McCANDLlSII, E. II. CLOWES.
Euena Yista, Virginia,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND INSURANCE.
THOMAS & BURNS,
$9.75 Two Specials $11.75.
FOR 10 DAYS OJLY.
Wc have placed on sale over 150 suits at $0.75;|reduced from $10.50,
$12.00 etc. These are magnificent business suit3, In frock and sack, well
worih one-half more than the figures we have placed on them.
For that small amount wc have placed together a hue of finer oues, plenty
good f.,r line drees, or superb business suits iu sack and cutaways, of
cheviots, worsteds and cassimeres. See them; dont cost .a cent and
may save you a few dollars.
SEPH LAWSOM SCO.
Empo rs and Wholesale
No- 3 Jefferson Street, Gale Block?
Have in store and for sale 50 barrels Chester whiskey, our own distillation, 50
barrels celebrated Glenwood whiskey of which we are sole proprietors, also
Lp.wson's choice old velvet and Wilson, and other brands of whiskey too
numerous to mention. Imported ar d domestic brandies, gins, wines, &c., all
of the celebrated brands in wood and glass 50. cases Mumm's champagnes
just received. Can furnish anything in our line at lowest fign^es.
Special Attention Paid to Orders from Dry
and See Us.
^^rdwood & Slate
Tiles lantel Facings, Hearths,
! [a I Inlaid Tiles for Floor, &c.
Grates, Brass Goods, and Fire?
Catalogues furnished on application.
Lfev.i? Telephon? 1432, [Please mention thl* paper.
No. 124 North Howard Street, Baltimore, Md.
W. A. PEDIGO|<& CO.,
VINTON, VIRGINIA "
IF YOU WANT TO MAKE A GOOD
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
Real Estate Brokers. Office, Moomaw Block, Jefferson Street. P. 0. Box 324
GEO. ALLEN. C. C. TOMPKINS. C L HATCHER.
ALLEN, TOMPKiNS & HATCHER
REAL ESTATE AGENTS. '
OFFICE?Main Street, Opposite Hotel Lucerne, SALEM VIRGINTA
\TS FOR TFTR :' IT.TR OV PPrYP^wmr ^V, a'
AGENTS FOR TUR ? \LE OF PROPERTY OF
WEST SALLM LAND COMP A MY
The Salem Improvement Co., and all other Salem Land Comnani^ t>.^ '
erty in all parts of the city. Also, Farm, Mineral and Coal Lands P"
^""Correspondence Solicited. "
_. my i -tf
F V ?sjL.ISHEp' MCWT ROOM
BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO
dated at No. 41G Second street,
ft W. je3-2w
f OR SALE.
One corner lot in Rogers, Fairfax
and Houston addition. A genuine
bargain. Price $450. One-third cash,
balance in 1 and 2 years. Address
'(T?^SIW WRITER, COR
V ner Third avenue and First street
'B;'" Times office.
gUILDING STONE WALL.
Sealed proposals for building about
011 feet of stone fence, containing
about 170 cubic yards of masonry will |
be received on or before June 18th, j
1890. Specifications and plans can be*
seen on application to undersigned.
Right is reserved to reject any or all
bicTs. JOHN J. QUINN,
jun il 3t. Roanoke, Va.
AN ACCOUNT OF BAD HEALTH"
V I will close out my business to^nv
IZ WJSTJ** *** ?S?
less io per cent, for cash, or two
thirds cash .balance thirty sixtv
and ninety days, less 5 per St the
best stand in Roanoke for dry ends