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w hat everybody is looking for. We have not the time nor space to enu?
merate die name of all v,e have in stock, but will say
COME AND SEE US.
- Y.ou can surely find everything that is kept in
L FIRST CLASS GROCERY STORE.
OUR PRICES WILL SUIT Y'OU. YOUR PATRONAGE
IS SOLICITED; RESPECTFULLY,
TO THE PUBLIC.
ndustries already in ope ration! Not wlia t
is to be? but n hat is.
IROA1 GATE, \
Over $2,000,000 Ik?s been
t lie past year at and ar*
LN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION WITBIN
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN A I
nouneing to the public that we B e
receiving daily our
?SUCH AS A FIN LINE < F
I DRESS GOODS,
:? .cam brick machine
e bops, ?Sic., on the g
. uiu Hotel, handsoi
1 ow open to guest.
fi mace, woolen mi!'
1 bundance and van..
(inter of the town,
] deluding pome of 1
1 'ou Gate, Ya., is s
s a level, and in a c;
t )n Forge.
Property is not a
Gate. All have ma:
< ?"? the place will be
2 th. Special rat?-.
Terms of sale: O
] ; months, with ii
E entity. Full pah
cent. Remember, tl
t.ier particulars, <.
] ROVEMENT Cl'.
june 11, l?r.
painting mill, 1 ivo saw n
'bunds and in active open
Jv furnished and supplied
. and other industries. B
of water?Freestone, L
Fine water power, Lxc
iie most desirable businesi
tuated at tne headwaters <
mate famed for healthruln
:j and Ohio Railway, one i
fancy figures. No inves
?e money. The handson
put on the market for t'
>n Chesaj eake :.ud Ohio
ae-fourth cash: balance it
terest, the purchaser gi
stock received ia payme
ie day and date?T?ESD.
irculars, &c, address
or WEST [Ri >N GATE 3
mnd Iron Gate,
A RADIUS OF FIVE MILES.
ills, curry comb factory, machine
lion. An elegant new Queen
with hot and cold Lithia Baths,
3 pending for steel works, blast
autiful scenery, healthy climate,
ihla and Chalybeate in the very
ALE OF LOTS,
and residence lot* in the town,
f James River, 1.200 feet above
iss. On line of James River
.'!?? one-halt' miles souMi of Chf
or lias ever lost a dollar in Iron
st and most attractive portion
u1 iirst time on Tuesday, June
ma all connecting lines,
equal installments at 6, 12. and
Ting deed of trust as ultimate
it of lots at a premium of ?? per
VY, JUNE 24:1]. 1890. For fur
ROM GATE LAND AND IAI
jAND CO., Iron Gate. Va.
We make a specialty in nun mi g
Goods.800 piecesof Dress Gini ha is
from 0 cents upwards. We 1 av a
splendid line of Towells, NapK iS
ami Table lines. Our
SUCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS I i
dies1 and Children's Hose,cannot e
surpassed in Roanoke.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVE D
over one thousand pieces of Swi sa d
Hamburg Edgings, flouncirgs n
black and white.
Oo Not Make up any ] Io e
Underwear when you can buy th c
at "-".l cents and 51 cents aj), ice 1
gowns as well as skirts.
Try one of our Kabo Co 'sc s
as they are guaranteed for t A'el i
We Are the Agents fo ? t. t
Foster Kid Gloves, the best on t ?
toy a Lei iii Fairvi aw Cemetery.
At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the
"AIRVIEW CEMETERY COMPANY,
J was decided to pu their lots on ihr: market ,i once. As I was appointed
a.;eut for tho Bale 0! these lets. 1 will take ere-1 pleasure in taking my friends
a.ul the public, at any time, to cec them. The company has recently,at cou
r.derabl? cost, impr >ved and beautified the grounds, which makes it one of the
1 .mliomest cemetcr 5 in the City.
Parties purchasing y>r;or to the lit of September'wiH be allowed a discount of
W per ceut.
We Keep a Full Lin^ >:
Beaded Capes as low as f: .00 I
;In Fact You Can Find An -
thing that is kept in a first-cla ssd 3
goods house at the lowest p ne s
Do not pass us by. but come in, .
we take a pleasure in showing: 00 3
122 SALEM AVEN
Fen hers ton, Andrews & Co..
:i: CampbelFstreet, Roanoke, V
O. HARD AW AY,
ATTORNEY AT L VW
(Late of the Martinsville Ba .)
Courts: Roanoke and adjtini
j counties. Office No. 303 Seen? 1 c
I Thomas Building, Oc
Tazewell County, Va.
Sale of Town Lots began
\ n ftv thousand HOTEL under contract.
ml i st, BAN I and POSTOFFIGE BUILDING under contract.
SuiSSSmbS : i ST( ?RES and !?WELL NGS under contract.
PRODDING MILL under contract. ,
' ?S ^^T^^S^^ti a cash capita) of ?500,000, and will employ 500 m, n.
A BrkkandDrain pipe Works in opera ion: capital $100,000.
The Clinch Valley Coal and Iron Company,
WHICH OWNS THE TOWN SITE,
Offers S200.000 to industrial Enterprises to locate at Richlamls
SALE OF L(FS
Aj il when this amoi
demand for lots in t.
ri uls and in the dir?
The Clinch Rive
The proximity o*
ut is reached the Compa iy will double the price of ics remaining 'ote, making an immei iat
e hands of first purchase -s.
>n the connecting link 0 tween the Norfolk and Western and Louisville and Nashville tai
t iiui- of cheap Alabama Irons coming North to market.
runs thr< ugh the town > ite, insuring a good supply of water for the town and good draii ag?
in the town site is almost level and little or no grading has to be done,
the Ore and Fuel and th? large cash inducements offered insure the success of the town.
Over $390,000 Worih of Town Lots Have Been Sold.
RICHLANDS is located in a beautiful lar e valley and is the most favorable situation for an industrial t rw:
be. ween Rad ford ami Middleboro.
CSTFor maps of town and particnl .rs, apply to
C GRAHAM, AGENT,
RIOH.LANDS, Tazewell Countv, Va.
. AND BRUGE
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
Offer This Week
DRESS FABRICS of every descrip?
tion, suit ible for the
See the new things in Persian Mulis,
a heuutif il filmy cloth in the most ex?
quisite d? signs.
Satin hiriped Batistes, at 12*c yd.,
in strikingly stylish figures.
White ijrooda of every description,
in plain, 'laid and ?triped materials,
at city prices.
Cashmere Ombre Satines, entirely
new. at 1' 4c; worth 20c.
New Li ce Flouncings and Net in the
largest a.^ tortment.
New G oghams, Outings, Percales
and Prin s, very cheap.
New b ack wool Etamine, latest
summer f ibric.
New Silks in India, Pongee, Failles,
Pean de Soie, at astonishingly low
New w< ol < 'halbes, at 20c yd, in the
most arti tic designs aud colorings.
Swiss Flouncings and Embroideries
in full assortments.
50 do7.< n Hemstitched Handker?
chiefs, th s week at 5c.
Special Bargains in Corsets, Hoisery,
Gloves and Underwear.
The ladies are all cordially invited
to <'all an 1 inspect the new things ve
are constantly opening.
Sil ?ONIHUS &BBU&H
1 0 Commerce Street.
11 I lere is a vast country with
the besl climate in the world,
? j with coi ditions of health which
are absolutely unparalleled,
with vrst forests untouched,
with enormous veins of coal
; and iro; , which yet have not
j known inything beyond their
original conditions; with soil
that, under proper cultivation,
j for little capital can support a
I tremendous population; with
r conditions in the atmosphere
for comfortable living winter
? and summer which exist
nowhen else in the country,
and tha; is to be the attraction
'for the young men who go
out fror a the farms to seek
settlerm nt, and not by
immigr; tion from abroad,
for I do not think they will
go that ,vay?but by the inter?
nal imm gration from our own
country it is to become in
time as prosperous as any
other section of the country
j and as prosperous by a
! purely American develop.
These words apply partic?
ularly to Roanoke and vicin?
SCOTT 4 RIVES.
Seal EstatG Agsnts,
will furrish any information
that m:y be desired as to
how to secure bargains in
gTOCK.II )LDERS- MEETING-.
The regt lar annual meeting of tho
Roanoke a id Southern Railway Com?
pany will i e held at the office "of the
com pan v, u the city of Roanoke, Va.,
on Tuesday June 17th, 18'JO.
S. V. JAMISON, Secretary.
Mav 1G. j 390. jeltillT
RAILRO? T) CONTRACTORS WAG?
ONS, (ARTS, TOOLS, MULES.
ETC., FOR SALE BY PUBLIC
AUCTION IN DANVILLE AND
NORTH E ANVILLE.
I We will of) er for sale, by public auc
I tion. to tin highest bidder, on
WEDNESDAY, 25TH DAY OF
commencii g at 10 o'clock a. m., at
Ruffian & Hairston's storage ware?
house on Jraghead street, a large
outfit and equipment for contractors,
consisting >i 1 pair Fine Mules, Steel
Drills, set (f Track Tools and Steel
Hammers, Picks, Shovels and Crow?
bars, 40 Sciapers and 3 sets Black?
smiths1 Tools, and lot of office Desks
Immedia tely after the sale we will
proceeed tt sell in the same way on
Mahi stree-, North Danville :
70 Railro .d Carts and Harness,
11-Horse Wagon and Harness.
5 ?-Hors? Wagons.
6 Track 1 rucks.
6 Railroad Dumps, Carts, etc.. etc.
This out! t is nearly new and in
good condi ion, and it will afford con?
tractors an-1 others a fine opportunity
topurebast at low prices. This sale
will be con :inued from day to day
nntil comp. eted.
TERMS:?For all sums tinder one
hundred dt liars, cask; for sums of
one hundred dollars and over, a
credit of 90 clays will be given. Pur?
chasers to give negotiable notes with
satisfactory security with interest
DANVILLE CONSTRUCTION CO.
je 12 td.
A DAY'S DIARY.
INTERESTING ITEMS PICKED
THE! ARE ALL WORTH READIH3
llipeciully to Tbouo Mcntlon<Ml?A
Sinnll Fire Yesterday?Interesting; I
Moetlui; at tho CbrlsfInn Cliurch.
Dcitth of an Infant.
Mr. C. W. C. Woolwine is in Fu
Mr. T. Joseph Kelley, of Baltimore,
is in the city.
Mr. John L. Marye, jr., of Newport
News, is in the city.
Mr. F. W. Craig, the real estate
agent, is visiting his house in Marion.
Mr. J. ltumpries and wife, of
Waynesboro, returned home yester?
Mr. II. B. Woolling, proprietor of
tlie Uelay House at Lynehburg, is in
Mr. F. E. "W. Mills, of Columbia. S.
C, is visiting lie v. J - E. Bushnell, of
Mr. (ieorgeG. Odell, of the Three
<"s railroad, at Johnson City, is at
Hoi el Roanoke.
L. L. Powell k Co., haye sold four
lots'J?X200 fronting on Campbeiland
Kirk streets for $24,000.
Miss Maggie Montague, of Cliric
tianeburg, is visiting Mrs. J. E. Ten?
nyson, on West Salem avenue.
Miss Fannie V. Bailey, of Radford,
is visitin ,' Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Poteet,
of No. 230 Seventh avenue, S. W.
A new sidetrack is being laid in tue
West End yards near the round] ouse,
on the southsideof the main track.
Mr. F. J. Kimball, of Philadelphia,
and Mr. Everett Gray, of London,
will arrive in the city" tins morning
from the North.
Captain C. E. Vawter, superinten?
dent of tin Miller Manual Labor
School, of Albemarlo county, was at
Hotel Roanoke yesterday.
Mr. R. B. Jennings, of Hie firm of
M. H. Jennings Ac Co., wholesale
grocers, left town this morning for a
week's visit to his home in Reidsville,
Mr. James Oliver will conduct the
Young Mens' Christian Association
meeting at their hall Sunday after?
noon at 4 o'clock. Subject, "Christian
J. W. Logan will be tried today by
Justice S. W. Howerton. Fanny Fin
ley's case of theft came up yesterday
in the justice's court and "was con?
tinued till today.
Messrs. B. W. Hutler. R. M. Chaney,
George Northam and Frank Green?
wood, civil engineers of the Roanoke
and Southern Railroad Company, are
stopping at Hotel Felix.
Captain S. S. Brooke, the clerk of
the court, has renewed his bond for
$5,000 and qualified a;i clerk of the
corporation court. By virtue ot tins,
he is ex-oflicio clerk of the circuit
court of Roanoke.
A family of nine persons passed
through the city on a Norfolk and
Western train yesterday, everyone of
whom was a deafmutc and three of
the family were blind in addition to
the other afflictions.
The Bedford City baseball ter.ni is
scheduled for a match <ame of ball
with the Roanokes tomorrow after?
noon. They have a paid battery and
are a strong team, so a good exhibi?
tion of ball may be expected.
The Christian Workers meeting at
the Fourth avenue Christian church
[s growing in interest and in the uuni
!i> r <>!' persons attending. Rev. R. W.
Vanhook, of Danville, preached there
last night at 8:15 o'clock and a large
crowd was present.
A number ol improvements are be?
ing put on Third avenue, S. Vv'., near
Parkstreet, such as new gutters, side?
walks, etc. The grade established by
City Engineer Dunlap is a consider?
able distance lower than the street
The tire boys had a nice run yester?
day afternoon about 1:45 o'clock. The
alarm af fire was turned in from ti e
house of William Kedd on :ligh
street, but before the house had been
r 'ached it had been extinguished.
No damage was done.
For the safest and best payin : 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 seethe advantages of?
fered to poth the investor and the
borrower. J. R. Terry, special agent,
or W. S. McClannahan, will furnish
prospectus and take suhscriptiot s for
stuck. (>ffice over the Roanoke Trust,
Loan and Safe DeoosP Company.
juu 5 lw.
Go to Geyers to get your spring
and summer suits, xuySO tf.
The best lifting and most stylish
suits in the city at Geycr's, on Camp?
bell street._ iny20 tf.
Invest your money in the Iron Belt
Building and Loan Association. Eoan
okc, Va juneS-twk.
Sl'KCIAI. LOCAL ?OTICKS.
Latest styles Straw Hats, at E.
Goetz's, 21 Salem ayenue. ap30-tf
Marshall's Cafe?Tlie popular re?
sort, furnishes a first-class dinner
daily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents. ap5-tf
?-"Blaster your hou6e with Marble
Rock lime, best on the market. I-'you
don't believe it, call on Garner & Co.,
sole agents. Remember they are the
cheapest sash, door and blind manufac?
turers in the city. Satisfaction guaran?
For ladies' and gent's Tender Feet
hoes, go to E. Goetz, 21 Salem
Buy jour cooking stoves from M.H,
Jennings & Co., near market house.
Salem avenue. t
Latest styles Straw Hats, at E.
Goetz's, 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf
For lire insurance call at the oflice
ol the Roanoke. Trust, _oan and Safe
Deposit Co. dec28 tf
The James Meem's ?3 Shoe, stE.
Goetz.s, 21 Salem avenue. ap30 tf
For ladies' and gent's Tender :?eet
Shoes, go to E. Goetz's, 21 Salem
Stoves 1 Btoves 1 stoves ! cheaper
than ever at M. H. Jennings & Co.,
Salem avenue, near market house.
Our $10 black cheviot suits can't ne
bought elsewhere for less than $12.50.
How is that??at Cohn's, of course.
Artists material at Picken's.
L. F. BURKS,
GAS and STEAM FITTER.
And dealer in all kinds of Plumper,
Gas and Steam Fitters' Supplier
Prompt Attention to Orders, and
715 Main Street,
115 Commerce Street,
jel2-3mo_ ROANOKE. VA.
BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO
dated at No. 410 Second street,
S. W. - je3-2w
WANTED ? TWO FIRST-CLAfcS I
servant to cook and nurse. 1 pp y
at the residence of John J. Quinr , N ?.
16,Fourth avenue, N. E. jeM-tf
One corner lot in Rogers, Fi.irf x
and Houston addition. A getiui ie
bargain. Price $450. One-third cat b,
balance in 1 and 2 years. Addriss
"B"' Times office. j<-10 f.
DU1LDING STONE WALL.
Sealed proposals for building iboat
Oil feet of stone fence, contrini ig
about 170 cubic yards of masonry w ill
be received on or before June 18! h,
1890. Specifications and plans tan je
seen on application to undersigm d.
Right is reserved to reject any or ill
bids. JOHN J. QUINN,
jun 11 3t. Roanoke, Va
O. VON HERTA,
1105 F. Street, Washington, 1). J.
AN ACCOUNT OF BAD H EA1? T,
U 1 will close out my business l oa iy
one wishing to purchase at Urs: co t,
iess 10 per cent, for cash, or tv o
thirds cash, balance thirty, six y
und ninety days, less 5 per cent., t ie
best staud in Roanoke tor dry toot s,
groceries and whiskey business ai d
will rent the house for one er ti e
yeas. For further information c ill -,t
this office. myl< tf.
DOR RENT.?THE LOWER Fl CK R
" of house at 32 Seventh avcnu ? s. e.
Alao two upper rooms. All furn sh< 1;
c?Ol and quiet. Address
jel 3t_'-K," Times Oflico _
HAVE YOUR DINING ROOMCEIL
ing nicely decorated in either wil
or water colors. Carr cho do it.
BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMEO
dated at RorerPark Hotel. Nici ly
furnished rooms. Large grc an- s.
Table set with the best the n irl _*t
affords. MRS. CRAWFORD.
tp R E E.~STENOGRAPHY AI D
^ typewriting free. First-clast fa( 1
iLiea and best of teachers. Addn is
with stamp for return postage.
THE PARISH MFG. CO .
noOtf Parish. N. Y
At a meeting of the Council, bt Id
May 28th, the lire limits were eni irg d
and extended to run with thelii =8 ? f,
and include the whole of the ter ito -y
embraced in the Second und l?hi'd
wards of the city. ? No person sh 11
erect within the lire limits any ui J
ing not constructed with bri k >r
stone walls, or walls encased w sh it
least one row of brick and tile ?r
Before any building shall beei iet d
within the lire limits of this city t ie
party proposing to build shah fit st
make statement to the City Eng ne< r,
showing size of proposed buildk ra: d
stating the kind of material of m'hi h
the same is to be built. And no ui 1
in<r shall be erected within such pie
scribed limits unless the City !Su;.i
neer, after receiving such state iet t,
shall grant a permit for its ere tic n
Any person violating this ordi:-an :e
shall be lined not less than one n >r
more than three dollars for every d. y
such violation continues.?iSe< tio is
11 ond 12, chapter xiii, General On i
I examination will be held a', t :e
First Ward School Building for::pp i
cantsfor positions to teach in t e
public schools of the city of Roa ok
commencing Friday. June 20rh. Ct I
ored teachers will also receive e van i
nation at same place and time, in a
different apartment of the buihlinj.
Applicants must bring paper, ,ieni,
iuk etc. Examination will be ipc a
English and elements of scie itii c
course as prescribed in the s :ho >1
regulations. Also theory, pn _'ti. e
and experimental information.
RUSH U. DEKF,
je 12 4t. Supt. City Scho )ls.
is a Nice Summer
CHAMPAGNE ON DRAUGHT.
FUQUA & BOAZ,
flpating by Steam, Hot Water or He t
roofing, guttering, spoutin<
401 JEFFERSON ST.,
roanoke, - - - virginia.
Estimates cheerfully given on this ?d;
of work. je 3 6r i
J, F. WlNGFIELE
AGENT, ROANOKE, VA.,
Merchandise, Wood, Lumbei
Farms, Town Lots,
Stores, Mineral an.
E^-143 SALEM AVE. P.O. Bex 8
Wm, F. Baker. Wm. H. arkley
Room No. 0, Second Floor, Moot;av
Block, South Jefferson Street,
City Property, Farms and Minera
Lands sold. Correspondence
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND, AT
GROCERY, 148 SALEM AVENt
C. H. JORDAN,
R N. McCANDLlSH,
E. H. CLOY
Bnena Vista, Virginia,^
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND INS URAN
myl5 3m.______ __M____??? ??
THOMAS & BURN
$9.75 Two Specials $117
FOR 10 DAYS OILY.
We have placed on sale over 150 suits at S0.75;freduced from i
$12.00 etc. These are magnificent business suits, In frock and sad
worth one-half more than tlie figures we have placed ou them.
For that small amouut we have placed together a hue of finer o:ies7r~"~~"
good fur line dress, or superb business suits in sack and cutawa;
cheviots, worsteds and cissimeres. See them: dont cost a cei
may save you a few dollars. <
JOSEPH LAWSON SCO,
Xmpo rs and Wholesale
No. 3 Jelt'ei son Street, Gale Block,
Have in store and for sale 50 barrels Chester whiskey, our own distilled i
barrels celebrated Glenwood whiskey of which we are sole proprietor^
Lawson's choice old velvet and Yv'ilson, and other brands of whiskt
numerous to mention. Imported and domestic brandies, gins, wines, i
of the celebrated brands in wood and glass 50. cases Munmrs chamr^
just received. Can furnish anything in our line at, lowest figures.
Special Attention Paid to Orders from Dry-:Uistricts.> y
and See Us.
The finest residence addition to Staunton, nine blocks f.
* the business center, Electric Lights, Street Cars,
City Water, and all the conveniences that
can be had in a city of 100,000
ONLY THINK OF Fl
I And if yon dont see a chance to don I
and treble your investment, yon are
not shrewd and far-sighted.
THIS IS THE-PROPERTY OF THE
300 CHOICE LOTS
50 by 120 Feet Will be Sold at
Bale in front of the Courthouse at Ii ?'elocl