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pE ROANOIK TIMES.
j DA!Ly AND \* oEKLY)
? a Independent De.uociatic paper
d>>v >ted to the niateri -i and political
ni e ;sts of Roanoke ?,nd Southwest
DO YOU ABVr 1T1SE ?
' To discontinue an dvertisement,"
I Bay. John Wanamaker "is like takiug
j dov e your sign. Ifyta want to do
bur ness yon must let 'he public know
j it. I would as soon think of doing
business without cleiks as without
COOKING HV GOOSE.
I.[rs. Benjamin Garrison, the
wifa of the president, has accepted the
gif. of a cottage at Care May from the
ha: ?s of John Wa: amaker. The
pre cut cost $20,000.
' he above paragraph has been go?
ing the rounds of the American press
fur a week past and ;he Times has
wa tad patiently,but in \ tia,for a denial.
So .t must be taken 11. granted that it
If it is, it is a scan ' il and a dis
gr: e. It is a blot or :he administra
tio ijmd unou the na- o of harrison
thi t can never be washed out. What
an example is this to Mie women of the
o\ atry, this accepting the insulting
ge: srosity of a mau w o has steadily,
ey< r since he went im politics, bt;cu
I buying his way. \Yu.: is the difl'c*.
eni belwcea a cottage by the sea and a
pat kage of greenbacks of like valuer
Nc :? in the world.
..very man and woman of refinement
. can not help blushing for this gift-mak?
ing and taking. N>?er before has
tht ~e been an admlnh : ion toned so
lo\ as that of Ben Harrison, and iu
ste d cf improving, it ~;oes from bad to
worse until row it can not get much
de< per in the mire.
' he gift of this cottege, though made
os ensibly to Mrs. Eabrison, is to
tin President as h r husdand. It
con.d not be otherwise and this being
so. it will cook Mr. Harrison's goose
wi-a a great many pe^ide in tbis land
of /ode Sam.
( ol i.abltations ar^ in request now.
They arc sought eve where by the
t-oppressed people ?;' Hcauoke and
::.o res*, of the couutrj. In tl*e uiean
tai by the seashore , along the rivers
an at cool, health git .ag springs they
. jsg who go lurih> at in the search
so tetimes fare worst. Iiis un.loubt
pleas'au: to ch-.nge, for a short
tic.the seen53 that tvery day meet
th eye, be: he who has to stay at
ho le bs- -aJmOj^ as good a chance of
^-.piug cool," as his luckier brother
who.will loungs the butnzne: '.hro'igh
ou of town.
-;rir.k soda and abjure alcohol,
k we <r thin-clothes anil ?.on" t walk wo
fas. or too much, eat ph.-uty of fruit
an ? vegetables and bnt little meat.
Tl -se are simple eiu,..?b rules, and re
who keeps them will t..jcy life in towu.
GLASS FOR ~.AU.S.
Glass is looming ur 3 a rival of iron
in railroad construct!, a, and no less
an tuthority than S'e tens of Dresden
sp iks weil of it as a naterial.
? rlafs sleepers bav been tried in
Gc many aud gave i uch satisfaction
\th t it is now proposed to make broad
lOLgitudiaal sleepers oi glass, having a
gr Dvein the upper surface, so as tc
co ihino the fnnctions >>f both sleepers
an : rails, and tho inventors claim that
this will do away with the nccessit}*
fo: separate iron rails
l"i >r. Schctt, an eminent authority on
gl. 3s manufacture s? that by prop
erly tempering the gl. s with oil, this
bri tie substauce "cai be made, mass
fo: mass, stronger 'ban slee:. and
pr ctically uuhreakal ie.
For this qua er and
for mouth of Ma., are now due
an l payable ICOM* ANY'o oliice.
.(.as b..is, if paid -..fore the 10th
in ant, a discount oi 12; per cent,
all i wed. i
NO DISCOUNT ?l bills paid after;
:th < lOrh instant.
Failure to receive a bill does not en
tit e consumer to the discount.
Lime for Fertilizing and Disinfect-1
Mo , also t-ias Tar for alo?
pplications for ?n-tensions, im
proveinents, taps, purchases and all1
other matters relating to Gas or!
W. ter should be made to
J. G. Pawn,
11 LK0KE GAS AKD WATEK CO j
o. 1 Third Avei "e. Southwest
Still keep tl - largest
assortme it of
In Southwest Virginia.
Tl.-ry'kave just rcceh :d n large sppuly |
L ip Robes, Horse Covers
Breech Loading Guns,
M'ner'sand Raii oad Supplie
17 and 19 Second ! reer, southwes
The owner of any a imal which shall
di- in the city.shall have the carcass
nairied beyond the city limits and
bi ied in some suitable place.
Anyone violating this section shall
be fined five dollars.?(Section 15,
chapter xi, General Ordinances.)
OVER $2,000,000 DISTRIBUTED.
M0. Slate Lottery Co mum
Incorporated by the Legislature,
for edutaticual and charitable pur?
poses, and its franchise made a part
of the present state constitution in
1879 by an overwhelming popular
Its Present Charter
Its Grind Extraordinary Drawings
! take place semi-annually, (June and
j Pectmb tr), and its Grand Single
j Numbei Drawings take place in eacb
j of the ' ther ten months of the year,
and art all drawn in public at the
I Academ j of Music, New Orleans, La.
Attested as follows:
" We c y hereby certify that we supers
\vise th. arrangement for all the
I month!;, and semi-annual drawing
\ of H<e JL >uisiana State .LotU ry Com
I pany, a.id in person manage and con
J trol the 'rowings themseives.and thai
i the t arn are coiulucted with honesty,
i fairness, and in good faith toward all
J parties, nd we authorize thi company
1 to use U is certificate, withfac similes
j of our signatures attached, in its ad
We t. e undersigned Banks and
! Banker will jjaj/ all prizes drawn
, iJi the I. misiana Stats Lotteries which
may be '/resented at our counters.
R. If. /almsley.President Louisiana
; Nat onr I Bank. *
"Piern Liuaux, President State Na
? tional Lank.
A. Bal twin, President New Orleans
Carl 11 .hn,President Union National
i Mammoth Drawing.
At me Academy of Music, New Or
; leans. Tuesday, June 17th, 1890.
Capital Prize, $600,000.
100,00 ? Tickets at $40 each; Halves
$20; Qui rters, $10; Eighths, $3; Tweu
! tieths, ?3; Fortieths, $1.
list ok prizes.
1 prizt of $000,000 is.$000,000
1 prize of -200,000 Is. 200.0OO
; lpriz* of 100.000 is. lO&OOO
lpriz-of 30.000 is . 50,000
! 2 priz s of 20,000 are. 40,000
5 - ?riz. s of 10,000 are. 50,000
! 10 priz s of 5,000 are. 50,00t'
? 25prizsof 2,000 are. 50,000
: 100 priz s of 800 are. 80,000
' 200 oriz s of 000 are.' 130,000
. 500 nriz s of 400 are. 200.000
1100 priz. s of $1,000 are .... $100,000
! 100 " of 800 are. 80,000
?100 " of -100 are. 40,000
n O number terminals.
i,898 prizes of $200 are.$839.(500
3,144 pr ;es, amounting to....$2,150.000
S'" 5 >r club rates or any further
information desired, write legibly t<>
the one irsigned, clearly stating your
;residente, with state, county, street
. and mv aber. More rapid return mail
deliver} will be assured by your ea?
ch-sing '.n envelope bearing your fuh
iddress M. A. DAUPHIN
New Orleans, La.,
orM. A DAUPHIN,
Washington, D. C.
Byon inary letter containing money
ord? r is- ued by ail express companies,
? New Yc k exchange, draft or postal
Iddre s BE iSTERKD LnfBSCMlUKlSG CCKRENCV
? to New Orleans National Bank, New
Rome ?ber that the payment of
, prizes s guaranteed by four Na
al i anks of New Orleans, and the
tickets re signed by the president o:'
an institution whose chartered rights
are rec( iruized in the highest court;
I thereto e, beware of ail imitations or
! ano.nyn ous schemes.
T.io Question now under considera?
tion is aall the present charter ex?
pire in 395 by limitation or shall it
. b< extei ded another 25 years.
Oae i ollar is the price of the small
, est pai. or fraction of a Ticket issued
bj us ii any drawing. Anything in
I onr nai e oifered for less than a dollar
i is a swi .die. a pi 22 wedfri & sun.
HICKS, BANE & KELLY,
Eea Estate Agents^
They ire associated with J W Hicks.
Attorn* y-at-Law, who furnishes ab?
stracts >f title. apl7-3m
OCEAN SHORE PARK HOTEL
VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA.
The 1 >cean Shore Park Hotel, Vir
ginia B -ach. in Princess Anne county,
virginiii, at the ocean terminus of the
Norfolk anuVirginia Beach Railroad
offers t' the public a long-felt want.
It is in ocean shore resort within
the :ne. us of all. The hotel is new,
being i< i first season, with a first class
ta.b:e, 1 rge, any rooms, andenewly
furnish d throughout.
THE BATHING. The :rf bath?
ing is u ism passed by any ui)on the
Ailunti;coast. The absence of any
undert? w being a marked feature.
Tue emperature of the water is
warmei and the bathing more pro?
longed than on the New Jersey, or
Lorg It land Coast.
HEA .TH RESORT. As a health
resort, it has been pronounced as com?
pared v ith Atlantic City and Fort?
ress Mo iroe, to have many superior
natural advantages, both winter and
AMUSEMENTS. Surf and still
water bathing, Crabbing, Bowling,
Tennis, Horse-back and Switch-back
riding aiay be indulged in. Music
throng, .out the season. The Western
Union Telegraph Companv has an
office o the Beach.
T RA] IMPORTATION. Th ere are
seven: rams daily (except Sunday),
each w; y between Norfolk and Vir?
gin.? B ach. Four trains each way
on Sur. lay. For all other informa?
tion ad ;ress
C SO. H. OUACKENBOS,
Oeean Shore Park Hotel,
jtOtf Virginia Beach, Va.
1 jIty Engineer's Office, )
Roa n'OKE, Va., June 8, 1800. )
Swale I bids for laying sewer pipe
will be received at this office until 12
oclock July 7, 1890. Specifications
can be seen at this office.
WM. M. DUNLAP,
je? 8Qd City Engineer.
Ri Vermont Company
Far 1 ?lue of S 3i res $10.00 Each.
[GEORGE B. McLANE, Virginia. [PJSTE? J. OTEY, Lynchburg, iPreb't
?'resident; Lynchbur: & Durham R. R.)Vice
I CHARLES M. BL ALE FORD, Ly eh President,
mrg, Pres't People's National B nk D.J.TURNER, Jr., Norfolk, State
j W II. BARCLAY, Pittsburgh, Pa.; : Senator;
I GEORGE C. JUNKIN, Moutgor. en f. II. ADA .IS, Lynchburg, of Adams
couuty, Va.; , Bios. & Paynes;
|w. J. JOHNSON, Richmond, ra. J. B. LEVY, ?omoke, (Pres't Citizens'
.'res't Citizens' Bank ; Bank )
I ED. S. KUTTER, Lynchburg. ! D. C GALLA UER,Charlestoo,W.Va.
EXECUTE E C0MMI1 TEE :
Geo. B. McLaue, Peter J. Otey.Ci as. .1. Blackford E.S. Hutter, I. II. Adams
GENERAL COUNSEL, ASSO JI ATE COUNSEL,
John W. Daniel, U. S. Senator. W. II. II. Harris,
Secretary, D. C Gallab.u-, Treasu er, J. W. Ivcy.
THE COMPANPS PROPERTY
Consists of about 5,000 contiguous aci
GC acres within the city limits, win di l
water and Ivey creeks and James r vei
than three miles to the Virginia N: il r
be .ween the converging lines of tin N<
and Ohio Railroads. At present :? ra
the main thoroughfares ol a prospe ou
s aojaceut tc the city of Lynchburg ami
gether form he plateau between Black
ami extending up James river for more
d Iron VYorl s. It embraces the triangle'
folk and W sstern ami the Cbesapi ak?
ne separates this beautiful plateau ;rom
city of over "5,000 people.
It will at once span this chasm with
built will be 00 feet wide, of iron, r-.nd
C( mpauy's lands will form a part if
m >re than five squares from the hi sin
Among other enterprises speedi! 7 U
al! kinds of cars: a furnace to mam ac
th ee miles through the Company"; lai
Ol.io, Norfolk and Wes .eru. liichn ou<
ha n systems and other Railways c nt<
E. jctric Street Railway. irjcludim: ii
al.ne which will cross the new bri< _Te
a handsome modern hotel (a se iou
other large enterprises as utility si j?gi
si eets, drives, and sitea for reside: ce:
which will be placed upon the me ke
enterprise will admit of.
me or morel andsome bridges. The firs I
l the best malern style. This done the
bo city and not a mere suburb and not
?s heart of ths city.
he establiidic 1 will he a manufactory ol
ire Bessemer pig iron; a belt line ruuuinjz
Is and connecting the Chesapeake ant!
r.nd Danville and LyiK-hburg and Dur?
ing atLyncl imr;*; a complete system of
: from the Ut ion Depot, connecting with
ito the Company's lauds: water works:
need in Lyn bburg'a rapid growth), am!
is. The pr< perty will be laid oil' into
business a: d manufacturing purposes,
as speedily as the scope of so huge an
Lyniiir! as i commercial Get
Is such by its peculiar ?jeograpioal dti
growing Southwest. Already one >f
st? anger in the great commercial c Qtr
th ; investors or seekers of new hoi es
ni igs, hut all the elements in their po
ci'y, whether social, commercial, :eli
ro iments and rapid growth have t iad
ce^sily. It will all'ord oew homes to
at ractU'e sites for its n pidly expa dit
lion. It is i aegateway of the great and
he wealthiest cities in the laud, it is no
s. Its iutur; is no experiment. Here
nd no iucho itc village or crude bvgin
iCtion that < o to make up a prosperous
iois or cduc; tional. Lynchburg's envi
uThe River: loot Land Company" a ne
s ou^rerowd;. 1 population and siuguhirly
AS A RAILR )AD CENTRE.
hook at the map. The seven roiln
to every point of the coupass. C> m\
to the East, assure to all cheap ra es
es >ecially can the manufacturer se- ure
tu -ed product cheaply. The Norfi .k i
to the sea at Norfolk, bring the co 1, <
Virginia, while the Chesapeake a?) i 0
A leghany; andaiaoext-mding to t! e s
fr'-m the Great Kanaw'ia aud Nev. Ri
or is from the valley of the upper a id !
D inville system, embracing the V- 'gi>
from Washington to Danville, and fro
passes through Lynchburg, while t ie .
tha Great Southern and Seaboard l.tiei
.ds radiating Vom here give quick access
ling lines, iwolrom the West aud three
r iucoroing c ad outgoing products. Here
lis raw mate:ial and ship his mauufac
d Western aid its branches, extendinj;
?ke, iron aud timber wealth of South ?vesi
io system, ei ibracing the Richmond ant'
.t at Newpori News, carries like product*
er regions of West Virginia, and the rich
wer James River. The Richmond and
a Midland, a lddraiumg the rich country
t Danville io the sea at Norfolk, also
ynchburg an. Durham will shortly tap
al Durham, >. C.
THE STOCK S UBSCRIPTION.
To secure a large body of availa le nd and to ca
company requires much labor ai d c pital. Ilcnc
placed at $3,500,000, in shares of: 10 ich, $2 of wl
subscribing, the residue in 20 per out iustallments
days and not then unless necessary. t is believed
share will ever be called for. Sub- cri tions taken o
di ect from the Company's maiu o: ice The land y,
p? ay at a very low price per acre, -hu giving all st
tiially* of "a ground floor iuvestme it." $1,500,000
aga manufacturing plants, in all ol wl ih each stoc
interest and will not be called fo. u; .il the cnterj
ry oat the poiicy of the
: the capital stuck has been
ich will be required upon
not ofleuer than everv 90
hat not more than $4 per
ily by authorized agents or
ill be turned into the cora
?ckholdevs the benefii prac
will be reserved to cue our
kholder will thus own an j
rises are secured and under
THE POLICY Ol THE COMPANY.
Will be to give permanency to the ;n( rpriso, to offer a legitimate investment
and to build a substantial and en lur ig cily. The seheme is a conservative,
business-like and fair-dealiug oue. F? : all lots sold the company will receiveur
paid-up stock at a premium of 50 per < :ntum, thus giving subscribers who pnr
chase an obvious advantage.
ALLOTMENT OF STOCK.
The management will allot the 1 rgf portion of tiie stock to localities ouiaido
of Virginia. A reasom.ble portion wi be allotted to Lynchburg and other Io?
cs lities in the State. Looks of sul 3cr ition will be >pened at 10 a. m. Monday.!
tba 2Glh day of May, 1190, at folio *io places in Lyi chburg : Cosby & Menefee. I
2]2Ninth street; Otey. Walker & Bo yer, 913 Ma a street; Kinuier & Amis'
pi ugh. Room 37, Law Building; T >.e ' irginia Inve tment Co., at Commercial
B iuk; Tyree & WilkinE, 205 Nintl st! et; C. R. Mo rman & Co., Room 43. Law
B aiding; Adams Bros, & Paynes, Orr ge street: R bcrt Slaughter, front room,
2e floor, Law Building; Rivermoni Cc ipany's offlce ?, 818 and 820 Main street;
J( hn M. Payne, fourth floor, Law Bui ling. The o.her places in Virginia here?
after to be designated.
For details of the plans a- d i aucements si e Piospectus which will be
is ued from the Company's offices, 8D and 820 Main street, Lynchburg, Va..
ard by duly authorized agents her< aft' to be annou :ced, M?hood, Stone-& Co.!
R >om"44, Law Buildme; W. S. Po ndi ;ter & Co., 1)17 Main street; Armistead
& 8teptoe, 206 Tenth Btreet; J. H. Valentine, 1022 Main sfc-eat, Lynchburg,
Applications for sabBcription from lion oke will be received at Citizens' Bank,
W. M. Yager & Co,, GallaBer & Lfitikford.
FINE RESIDENCE AN]) BUSINESS PROPERTY,
IN ANY AFRT OF ROANOKE. CALL C OR ADDRESS.
l. l. powell & co mp any
Roanoke, Va. Office, Stewart Building Third Avenue, Opposite f?ity^ostofl^ce.
P & COMPANY. "
?AC EN TS FOR REAL ESTATE?
OQico Moomaw Building Jeffesou Street. Sell or Exchange -
Houses and Lots in Roanoke and Vicinity
-CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. -
hla tf GIVE USA CALL,
null !u tf ^ _
NO. 5 Salem Avenue. - - FULL STOCK
?n > REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTED
e,h. l. chiles;
Sec'y & Tr,
D DOMINION INVESTMENT"
JjR. T. T. HILL,
Physician and Surgeon,
Offers his professional services to the
citizens of Roanoke.
Oilice overBudwell and Christian's.
Entrance No. (5 Salem (First) avenue.
8 to 10 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 4.30
p. m.,7.30 to 10 p. in._Bep246m
s. oriffin. 1 j. ailkn watts.
QR1FFIN & WATTS;
Roanoke, - - - - Virginia.
Office : Room No. 5, Kirk's building,
corner Salem avenue and Jefferson St.
P" U. S. MORRISON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Otlice Room No. i. Thomas Build ?
ing, Court House Square, Roanoke, J
Va. All business promptly attended to I Management mlen? patting a passengei
1 P. STAPLES, eUvator in the buUding. '
A. Electric lights ana gas in all rooms.
ArrouNKV-AT-I.AW, j For terms, apply to
Commerce streets, over Wertz's gro-; Opposi
eery. myU tf. m)3-tf
Dummy leaves every hour from cor?
ner Jefferson street and Norfoik ave?
nue. On aud after Sunday, December
3, 1889, the fare will be as follows :
City limits, 5 cents; Vinton 10 cents.
Tickets can be purchased at. reduced
j rates by applying to the conductor or
, at the oUioe of the Company (Didiei
j building). J. F. CHRISTIAN,
jan-l-a' Genrl Wimp
OFFICES FOR REN*t\
ROOMS FOR RENT.
Offices and Rooms for rent in the
City Hotel Building, which has recently
been converted into an office building.
BEST LOCATION IN CITY.
je: Corner Salem avenue and , I. L. Powell & Co.,
uerce streets, over Wertz's gro-,; Opposite Postoffice.
IN CITIZENS' BANK BUILDING,
rpHOMAS W. MILLER,
At t orn ey - at-L a w.
Office?No. 10 Kirk building, over
Johnson A Johnson's Drugstore.
MAKES AND NEGOTIATES FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENTS.
ix frost of passbsigeb depot .
i Commercial Tourists Home,
- and Headquarters for those ,lwli iurf Fir?i-Clai? Aeeomiuo-Jiitlom.
' Large Srols RolT .1 . . P Bar AttscM
S. A, VI CK.;'! c pri?tor, Member A. T. B. A.
r< l n,
ONE TO FIVE DOLLARS.
"ic?T RATES ON ''AIBROAD TICKET BOUGHT OF ME TO ALL
FRANCIS B* KEMP * C
Real Estate Agents,
Have just placed ou the market the Beautiful Lots of the
HYDE PARK LAND COMPANY,
FOR FROM $250 TO $300 PER LOT.
it terms to suit all purchasers-$30 cash, balance in monthly mstalk.en s
at *10 per month. These are the most beautiful and conveniently locate-: lo s
the city. We also have
Very Desirable Houses
In all parts of the city ou moutbjv payments. Stop paying rent and So; t
once and get a bargain. VAiMn JBr \^t \
Francis B. Kemp ol
0. B. MOOMAW, I JKO. W. WOODS.
Botetourt county. | Ronnokc county.
MOOMAW & WOODS,
ATTOB N E YS-AT-L A TV
W. T.Sutherlin, President.
Geo. S. Sartin, Gen'l Manager.
ding plants, and anything in the the
nursery line. Write us before buying.
Catalogue sent free. Goood agents
, wanted. GEO. S. SARTIN, ?
Smith's new Building, Salem avenue, apll-3m Secretary and Manager
} L. WOOD, D. D. S.,'DENTIST,
Reference?.?Prof. Jas. H. Harria, |
Baltimore, Md.; Dr. Chas. L. Steelt
J W. II ART WELL,
Attorney and Connsclor-at-Law,
Oilice. Room 4. Moomaw Buddies;,
Jefferson street, Roauokecily, ^'a.
Will practice at Salem and in the ad?
joining counties, United Slates Dis?
trict and Circuit Courts and Court o!
Appeals. Special atteutiob given to
claims for collection. mar!5-ly
Richmond; Va.' Dr. Leigh Buckner, I: JinC]W AM ui i'
a r j > <a
J. F. Marshall & Co., Prop'rs.
NUMBER 15, SALEM A VF
DAY AND If
RCHER L. PAYNE,
- - ALL HOURS
ATTOKXKV-AT-1? A W.
Office on Commerce street, near Court
Special attention given to exaiuina-!
tion of titles to and matters connected
with real estate.
O. W. hansbrough.
sam. g. williams.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Room No. 11, - Moomaw Building,
Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va.
Will practice in the Hustings court of
the city of Roanoke, Court of Ap?
peals of Virginia and .United States
district courts. mar25-tf
M IP iri? B V Q T V f E3
Hardwood Sc Slate
Tiles ': i'antd Facings, Hearths,
Plain ?d Inlaid Tiles for Floor, &c.
Grates, Brass Goods, and Firs
JJR. EDWIN P. WRIGHT
Rooms handsomely furnished wi
antique oak furniture
We keep the following brands ol
whiskey on hand: Belle of Nelson,
Uibson",Hunter, Wilson, Walker's Old
Malt, Alaerney and Clover Club.
These are among the finest whiseya
CSTBilliard and pool rooms attached.
-^tIss^?-:. SoaiiotoStreBt Railf ay
Speeial attention to blenching di - ; Roanfl,.- and Drivirie Park Lice.
colored teeth by a process of his own ;
invention. AU work guaranteed and j
at moderate figures, i Terms cash.
K1NNEY, M. D.
practice limited to
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose
OFFICE?Over O'Leary, Campbell
No. 124- Korth Howard Street, Baltimore, Md.
W. A. PEDIUOI& CO.,
jjr. W. S. GREGORY,
OFFICE-Next door to First National
Bank. Salem avenue,
IF'YOU WANT TO MAKE A GOOD
CALL ON OR ADDRESS
N OF 1? LSD.
ETSate Brokers. Office, Moomaw Block, Jefferson Street. P. O. Bok 3?1
CLEANING and REPAIRING
Yrou will save money by bringing
your dirty clothes to be cleaned or
dyed and repaired to me. Chirgt-s
moderate. Work first class.
Corner Campbell and Henry streevy and shaping of old ones The work
mm 1 bros.,
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
and dealers in all ki d- V
COOKING and HE A': > ? TU \
Roanoke aud Driving Park Lite.
Daily Except Sunday
Cars will leave for park, at corner
Commerce street and Shenaudoah
avenue at $ 00, 9.30. and 11.00 a. m.,
1.30, 3.00 and 4 30 p. m.
Returning, leave park at 8.45, 10.15
aud 11.45 a.m., 2.15, 3.45 and 5.15 p.m.
Car? will leave for Driving Park
very hour, commencing at 8.00 a. m.
ROANOKE AND VINTON LINE.
Cars will leave front of Union Pas?
senger depot daily for Vinton every
30 minutes, commencing at 8.00 a. m.
J. F. CHRISTIAN,
au'3-tf General Manager.
C 0 ff T R ACT 1 JTG.
or Excavating of Any Kind,
Either in Earth or Rock,
by the Yard-cr on'
I now have a road machine espe?
cially adapted to grading new streets
and shaping of old ones. The work
can be done neater and cheaper than
by any other method.
tf. P. O BOX 20, ROANOKE, VA.
Plumbing aud Gas-Fitting, Roofing
Spouting and Jobbing.
19 Salem Avenue, ROANOKE, VA.
an 5 6m
GEO ALLEN. O. C. TOMPKINS. C. L. HATCHER.
ALLEN, TOMPKINS & HATCHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
OFFICE?Main Street, Opposite Hotel Lucerne. SALEM, VIRGINIA.
AGENTS FOR Tfl 3 SALE OF PROPERTY OF
WEST SALEM LAND. COMPAMT
The Salem Improvement Co., and all other Salem ^ Companies. Prop
ert??n all parts of the city. Also, Farm, Mineral and Coal Lahas.
"E. H STEWART & CO
?Carry a beautiful line of?
ANTIQUE OAK DINING
i-alem Avenue, betxeeen Jefferson
and. Henry Streets.
: j. B. Lkvt, President. Late cashier
1 Commercial Bank, Roanoke, Va
John Ott, Cashier. Late cashier
City Bank, Richmond, Va.
Accounts of banks, bankers, corpor?
ations, merchants, and individuals
solicited. Our facilities for doing a
general banking business are equafto
to any banking house in Virginia.
Collections a specialty and prompt
remittances made. Interest allowed
on time deposits mlS-tf
A. l. gorlet, President.
S. p. gorlby, Vice President.
j. s. Simmons, Sec'y andTreas.
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A ?II S.oc* or ?ytWnE in t,e j jSS?
can be found at their mammoth tttore
fronting on Salem Avenue and Carap
DOOM AND BOARD IN I~lrw~