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w hat everybody is 'ooking for. Wo have ni i the time nor space to enu?
merate tl a name of all we have in itock, but will say
COME AND SEE JSjTO THE PUBLIC
You can surelv find everything that is kept in
A FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE.
OUR PRICE-: WILL SUIT YOU. YOUR PATRONAGE
IS SOLICITED. RESPECTFULLY,
L. H. BRUGH,
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
nouncing to the public that we ar
-receiving daily our
Industries a Iready in opei ation! Not what
[s to be, but w' mt is.
Over $2,ooo 000 lias been invested during*
the past year at and arc und Iron Gate,
IX SUCCESSFUL OPERATION WITHIN A RADIUS OF FIVE MILES.
Steam brick machine, painting mill, two saw mi Is, curry comb factory, machine
shops, &c., on the g^cunds and in active operaLon. An elegant Dew Queen
Ann Hotel, baudsoni^' furnished ami supplied >vith hot and cold Lithia Baths,
ow cpeu to guest. \ large
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENT WORKS
Rapidly approaching completion. Negotiation*- pending for steel works, blast
furnace, woolen mill, md other industries. Beputiful sceuery, healthy climate,
ahimd?uce and variety of water?Free'tone, Lit'uia and Chalybeate in the vory
center of the town. ? ine wr.ter power. Exce lent drainage.
GRAND AUCTION SALE OF LOTS,
Tu sday, June St4, !890.
? mo?t desirable business tnd residence lots in the town.
?>ted at the headwaters of James River, 1,200 feet above
talc famed for healthfulner s. On line cf James River
and Ohio Railway, one and one-half miles south of Clif
Including some of
Iran Gate, Va., is sit
sea level, and in a cli
Property is not at
Gate. All" have mad
of the place will be ]
24th. Special rates 1
Tt rnis oi" sale: On
!v months, with int
g< enrity. Full paid
cent. Remember th
tl er particular.-, ci
juae 11, 10t.
ancy figures. No invest, r has ever lost a dollar in Iron
money. The bandsoue t and most attractive portion
it on the market for th ? first time on Tuesday, June
1 Chesapeake a: d Ohio ; nd all connecting lines,
-fourth cash; balance in . qual installments at (.!. 12, and
?rest, the purchaser giv ng deed of trust as ultimate
tock received in paviuen of lots at a premium of 50 per j
day and date?V?ESDA Y, JUNE 34th, 1890. For fur
sulars, &c, address I tOM GATE LAND AND IM
WEST IRON tATE L i.ND CO., Iron Gate. Va.
?SUCH AS A FINE; LINE OF
V'e make a specialty in mournin
Goods.S?O piecesof Dress Gingham
from (1 cents upwards. We lu ve
splendid line of Towells, Napkir
and Table lines. Our
SDCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS, LA
dies' and Cbildren's Hose.cannot b
surpassed in Roanoke.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVE!
o "er one thousand piecesof Swiss an
Hamburg Edgings, llounciugs i
black and white.
Do Not Make up any Mor
Underwear when you can buy thei
at 29 cents and 59 cents apiece i
gowns as well as skirts.
Try one of our Kabo Corset
as they are guaranteed for twelv
We Are the Acents for th
Foster Kid Gloves, the best on th
Buy a Lot ii Parow Cemetery.
At a recent mceiiug ot lue Board ? ?;' Directors of the
FAIR VIEW CEMETERY COMPANY',
It was decided to put'heir lots on the narketa once. As I was appointed:
:,gent for the sale of 1 ese lots. 1 will t ike grea pleasure iu taking my friends
&i ! the public, a: anj time, to sje the: 1. The company has recently, at con-j
siderable cost, impro ?d and beauliiiei" the grot jds. which makes it one of the j
hi ::dsomest ecmeterh ? ia the city.
tes purchasing ; rior to the 1st oi Senteml :r will be allowed a discount of
iO per cent.
We Keep a
Full Line c
s low as $2.00
Iii Fact You Can Find Any?
thing that is kept in a first-class dr
goods house at ihe lowest price:
Do not pass us by, but come ia, a
we take a pleasure in showing good:
122 SALEM AVENUE
F & A Tl l ER STON,
Of Featl erston, Andrews & Co.,
32 .'araphell street, Roanoke, Va.
HARD A WAY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(Late of the Martiusville Bar.)
Courts: Roanoke and adjoiain
Cf unties. Office No. 30:j Sann??* OA
T iomas Building, Cou - u
Tazewell County, Va.
ALE oF Town LoT>sBEGAN
, APRIL 7, 1890.
A fifty thousand 30TEL under contract.
Fii e stone BAN E and POSTuFF:OE BUILDING under contract.
A 1 irge number 01 STORES and DWELL1 N'GS under contract.
A ROLLING MILL under contrac .
Coal mines three iies away and iron mim s two miles.
A Wrought fron Pipe and" Tube Works, ?.rganized with a cash capital of $ .00,00u, and will employ 500 men.
A Brick and Drain-pipe Works ia operat on; capital $100,000.
The Clinch Valley Coal and Iron Company,
WH1CI OWNS THE TOWN SITE,
Offers ?200,000 to Industrial Enterprises to locate at Richlands,
QU I I? Dl? IPT? TOSITIVELY
OALCl lit1 blllO LIMITED TO
And when this amount i? reached the Company will double the price of its rei mining 'ots, making an unmediafc
demand for lots in.the hands of first purchaser;.
KP'II LANDS; is . a the connecting link between the Norfolk and Western and Louisville and Nashville Rail?
roads and in the iure line <if cheap 1 labama frons coming North to market.
The Clinch River runs through th s town 8?te, insuring a good supply of water furthe town and <-ood drainr -e
The .land comprised 1 1 the town site i? almost level and little or no grading lias to be done 0
The proximity of the Ore and Fuel and tin large cash inducements offered i isure the success of the town
Over $290,000 Worth of Town Lots Have Been Sold,
w ,3ICIJ?L^?*D1S is -'V^'fi u a bcauviful larS3 valley and is the most favorable situation for an industrial town
between Radford am: "Iiddleboro. UU?irmi town
C&'For maps of town and narticula ~s, apply to
C GRAHAM, AGENT,
RICHLANDS. Tazewell County. Va.
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
Offer This Week
DRESS FABRICS of every descrip?
tion, suita >le for the
See the :iew things in Persian Mull*.
n beautiful filmy cloth in the most ei
Satin striped Bat ist oh, at 12 jc yd.,
in strikingly stylish figures.
White Goods of every deceriptioL.,
in plain, plaid and ?triped raaterialt,
at eity priees.
Oafiimi'io Omlire Satines, entire!;'
new, at 12i e; worth 20c.
New La< e Flounchifjcs und Net in th j
New Ginghams, Outings, Percales
und Print;, very cheap.
New hluek wool Btamine, latest
New Silks in India, Pongee, Failles.
Pean de Soie, at astonishingly low
New wool Challies, at 80c yd, in tho
most artistic designs and colorings.
Swiss Flouneiu^s and Embroideries
in full assc rtinents.
50 dozen Hemstitched Handker?
chiefs, this week at 5c.
Special Bargains in Corsets. Hoisery,
Gloves ant Underwear.
The ladies are all cordially invited
to call and inspect the new things w -
are eonsra ltly opening.
MRfllul?S & BB?GH
lit Commerce Street.
1 lere is a vast country with
the best climate in the world
with conditions of health whicl
are absolutely unparalleled,
with vai;t forests untouched,
with en< rmous veins of coa!
and iron which yet have no .
known anything beyond their
original conditions; with soi
that, uncer proper cultivation,
for little capital can support;
tremencbus population; witl
conditio; s in the atmosphen
for comfortable living winter
and summer which exis:
nowhere else in the country
land that is to be the attractior
for the young men vrho go
out from the farms to seel
jsettlemeit, and not b)
j immigration from abroad,
I for I do not think they wil
j go that vay?but by the inter
nal immigration from our owr
j country it is to become ir
'time as prosperous as any
other section of the country
and as prosperous by i.
purely American develop,
These words apply partic?
ularly tc Roanoke and vicin?
SCOT? I Ell
Seal Us Apis,
will furmsh any information
that may be desired as tc
how to secure bargains in
One corner lot in Rogers, Fairfax
and Houston addition. A genuine
bargain. Price $450. One-third cash,
balance in 1 and 2 years. Address
"B"\ Time ; office._jelO tf.
HAVE YO JRDINING ROOM CEID
ing nie? ly decorated in either oil
or water co.ors. Carr can do it.
BOARDEI.S CAN BE ACCOMMO
dated a RorerPark Hotel. Nicely
furnished rooms. Lar^e grounds.
Table set vith the best the market
affords. MRS. CRAWFORD.
Students d?siring advanced private
instruction can secure a competent
instructor! y applying at the5 Times
office. Gooc references furnished.
BOARDEFS CAN BE ACCOMMO- I
dated at. No. 416 Second street,
S. W. je3-2w
H. I. LINNET, SIBERT& CO.
Real Estate Agents,
Moorraw Block, No. 9.
We have a -ine list of property from j
which to select.
In location, price and terms, we!
hope to suit all. If you have
P R O PERTY
To seil or exchange, call.
Best of references given. junlG It I
GOSSIP OF-A DAY.
SHORT ITEMS OF INTEREST
TO ONE AND ALL.
YOUR FRIENDS AND THEIR EfilENK
TIio .nnrkcf Tax?Struck by Iiightiiiiii?
.Monday-If. Will be Hotter Today,
?o Say? General Grcoly?Died Tm
General Passenger Agent Bevill is
Mr. Oficar D. Dorr is in Richmond
The market tax amounted to S5.3-?
Herbert W. White, of Roanoke
island, X. C, is in town.
Howard Murphy, chief engineer of
the waterworks, is in town.
Colonel John H. Guy, a prominent
lawyer of Richmond, is dead.
Mr. T. 0. M. Davis, after a ploasant
trip abroad, has returned home.
C. A. Dunkleo, a prominent citizen
of Christiansburg, is in the city.
Miss Lena Baer returned to her
home in Charlottesville yesterday.
Dr. R. P. Lake, of Albemarle county,
is in the city, stopping at Hotel Roan?
Messrs R. A. Scott and J. A. Dupuy
are attending the court of appeal.?, at
Mr. Edwin Bouldin has returned
from a brief visit to his old home m
Major M. W. Bryan left for the
North yesterday and will be absent
about a week.
Captain Henry Felix, father of the
proprietor of the Hotel Felix, is
visiting the city.
Miss Mattie Cocke, daughter of the
principal of Hollin's Institute, is visit?
ing friends in the city.
The Hag staff of the Virginia Brew?
ery was struck by lightning during
the storm Monday ovening.
Mr. Walter Chatham, the brother of
Dr. Chatham, of this city, will, ii
future, make Roanoke his home.
Messrs. James S. Simmons & Co..
real estate agents, sold yeste-day
property aggregating over *G0,U0J.
Colonel J. A. Haas, the geologic of
tin- West End furnace, has returned
from a visit to his family at Shoino
Dr. George B. Luck's family leave
for their summer residence at Rulord <
today. The doctor will remain in
At 3 o'clock yesterday the thermom?
eter registered eighty degrees in the
shado. General Greely telegraphs
that it will be still hotter today.
The Misses Anderson, who have
made so many friends in Roanoke din?
ing their visit to Mrs. Judge Oooch
leave for their home in Louisa count}
Ethel Pearl, the vonngest dauphte
of Mr. J. M. and A. M. Place, died a
uoou Tuesday and was buried at tin
city cemetery yesterday afternoon a
Mr. B. R. Younger, of this place, i
authorized agent tor the Danvilk
Nursery and (-freen House Company.
All orders intrusted to him will receivi
Business men on Jefferson street ar
complaining because ol the delay it.
removing the stone and refuse b uld
in;,' material from the street in front
of the building rec-utly erected by C.
o'Leary. The matter should be at?
Superintendent Haupt, of the Ma?
chine Works, has returned from ;.
visit to Old Point Comfort, much im
proved in health. While there h9 at?
tended a meeting of the Master Ca.
Builders' Association of which he is fa
Mr. George L. Colgate, of Bedford
City, is at Hotel Roanoke. Bedforr.
City, he says, will vote on Tuesday oi
the proposition to subscribe *-jr>,00f'
to the railroad to run from Glasgow
to that city. The town is making ;
great deal of progress and the people
quite naturally are very much inter?
ested in securiug additional raiPoai
facilities opening up new fields of
Professor W. H. Graybill left yes?
terday afternoon for Salem where he
will join his family and thence pro?
ceed to Rogersville, Tenn., where he
is to take charge of the Synodicai
College at that place. Professor Gray
bill has filled the position of princi
pal of the First Ward Sehool of thir
city most acceptably for many yiars.
and his host of friends here wish him
the highest success in his new posi?
tion. Professor Graybill has had
charge of one of the State Norma'; In?
stitutes for several years, and was of?
fered one this year,but was compelled
to decline it, as his duties at Rogers?
ville will commence on the ?th ol
Ho for (lie Seashore.
A special excursion to Norfolk and
Virginia Beach will be run from this
city on Saturday. Train will U ave
here at 5:33 in the morning and the
fare for the round trip with tickets
good for a week is only $6.70.
The Ocean Shore Park Hotel has
made a special rate for the occasion
and persons can spend a day there at
a cost of only *2.
Those whose business engagements
will not permit of a long stay, can re?
turn on train leaving Norfolk 10 p.
m., Sunday, June 22, and arriving at
Roanoke Monday 7:35 a. m., giving
Saturday afternoon, evening, all Jay
Sunday and until 8:30 Sunday night
at this delightful resort.
As a large number of ladies and
! gentlemen have signified their inten?
tion of making the trip, all pen-ons
going are requested to leave t'.ieir
names with the ticket agent, Mr.John
In Holland, Mich., C. J. Doesbury
publishes the News, and in its col?
umns strongly recommends Dr.
Thomas' Eclcctric OU for coughs,
colds, sore throat, catarrh and asthma
Drop in at the Turf Exchange today
and hear the returns from She -ps
head. It is almost as enjoyable as be?
ing at the course in person.
The exchange property is the only
desirable inside property that is be?
ing sold on time and without the as?
sumption of paper. The deed comes
directly from the company, and the
payments are made one-third in cash, |
balance in one and two years. Call
early as choice lots are being sold rap-!
idly. Gray & Boswell. junl.) It J
Marshall's Cafe?For a full course;
dinner served in A 1 style daily from
1 to 8 for 50 cents. ap5-tf
For colds, croup, asthma, bronchi I
tie and sore throat use Dr. Thomas' ,
Ecleetric Oil, and get the best.
For fire insurance call at the olli^e
of the Roanoke Trust, Loan and Saft
Deposit Co. dec28-if N
Full reports of the races are re-1
ceived every day at the Turf Ex-,
change, 18 Salem avenue. Gossett &
Co., the proprietors, will execute com?
missions on all racing events in every
part of the country. Returns are re?
ceived promptly by special wire.
?oi.d JOHN" TALUS.
Ufa Views on Newspapers and Their
In linen co for Good.
Pulaski, Va., Jane 10, 1890? "ViP
you allow me to say a few thmgt
about the newspaper press of th(
country? According to my mind the
highest single power within the ra
diusof civilization is the newspaper
The newspaper is modern civilization1 ?
heart. Through it, as through In agr
go all the varied and complex al.'air i
of our throbbing civilization. All
ranks of human thought com ?
within its borders. It is a rafhr:
of human life. Necessarily it pretenlj
the good and bad. Evil seems to pri -
dominate. This is not due to the pei -
versity of tho editor, but because th i
evil predominates in human life. Th i
recording of pain and sorrow is als >
necessary. The people are conjo ntl j
responsible with the editor for wha ;
appears in his paper.
The daily press is also a d.rect
power. It molds and fashions human
life. That man in the office hau his
hand on the lever. Into his mind
pour tho affairs of human life. They
come out either purilied or viler than
they went in. The man in the ch.drli
responsible. Let him publish. Iti;
his duty to publish evil so that it coi?
rects evil. Good, so that it shad r< -
produce itself. If he does not, Go 1
shall hold him responsible. The ed -j
tor has taken a seat in the chariot a i
the race, and is guiding the dest nie .
of the wor' ? Thank God for ti e
good that e daily prets is doirg.
The good iewspaper is lifting th)
world towards God. It is binding th<<
world today into a more gloiion.
brotherhood. It is gathering th*
world inio a grand auditorium fo
the lesson of the world's advancement
I was thinking today what a ?. rea ;
blessing the press had been in Vi? -
ginia, towards advancing her vasi re ?
sources. I believe to day that th ?
great prosperity of the Southwest i.
duo to the press of Lyuchburg and
Roanoke, and the people of this sei -
tiou should ever bear this in mine.,
and give them their support. 1 -:opr
to see the day when every prominent
man in Pulaski will read the TlitEi ,
for its a live paper and a friend to ou ?
town. "Old Joh:;."
Musi Pay License.
In the case of Aunspaugh k Ccbbi,
trustees, selling under a deed of as igi ?
ment, without a license, the may >r cf
Lynchburg imposed a line of ?25. an I
an appeal was taken. The mayor
held that they were merchants ami i i
the same business as other merch.- nr.',
and in competion with them. If -uc .
business was not taxable all a ma:,
had to do was to make anassignn en;,
appoint a trustee and continue l.usi
ness without license. He said: "While
it was evideut that the trui tee
were not selling for personal profit
they were selling for profit fo.' th
trust fund, and therefore liable to ;
tux, and were violating an ordin mc
Li not procuring a license."
It KS 11> ES C E V no 1' EIt r V.
Tin* Tust End Has Nie? Building: Lot*
The real estate market has been ver '
active in Roanoke during the pas
week. Owners, agents ami purchaser )
were all iu a good humor, and ever}
body is satisfied.
The market during the week ha:
shown largely increased sales in ever '
department, and James S. Simmon -
k Co., report a number of large s det
Not only is this increase of sales .er 1
noticeable in the transfers of proi
for speculative purposes, but als?
permanent investors, men who
pose to build homes for themselv
As the summer advances mucl
tivity in building operations is
ticed.and many new houses ar
process of construction. This n
rally makes the real estate niarkt*
mnch firmer, and agents are eorres
pondingly happy. Simmons k Co.
have been doing a rushing bushiest
one of the best since the firm^was -sti:
blished. The East End property i
changing hands very rapidly, an
many new houses will be erected thi
Among the prominent additions b
the East End. is that of theUak ICdg
Land Company. The addition lie
just east of Beliiiont and south ol th
East Side Land Company's propert;
and adjoins the farms of Me-srs
George Taylor and G. W. Carr.
This offers every inducement as:
place of residence. It is removed fron
the business portion of the city ant
therefore gives a quiet, subui bai
home, while at the same time .t i
near the dummy line and there/or
ijuite convenient to the city.
The land is high and dry and ha
just enough slope to give it j;ooi
drainage. Gas and water mains ar
being put in and new streets are b dnfr
laid out. Everything is propitious
and it is destined to take its pr pe
place in the front rank. It is loc tei
near the furnace, rolling mill, br.'dg
works and the machine works am
offers, therefore, greater inducenmnt
to the workingman, as it i6 nea ? hi
work- A number of neat cottager ar
going up and others have been con
James S. Simmons k Co., are agent:
for the company, and they can giv<
good bargains. The property is goinj
rapidly, and if you want to obtain :
good bargain, call on them at once
The prices for the lots are low and th<
terms easy, so every man can owi. hi
CAN ALWAYS EE FOUND, AT
W. W. MARSTON'S
,nar23-tf GROCERY, 148 SALEM AVENUE.
C. H. JORDAN,
11. N. Mc? JANDLiSH,
E. H. CLOWES.
Eue 11 a Vista, Virginia,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND INSURANCE.
mylo 3m. __
THOMAS & BURNS
$9.75 Tw? ^omh $11.75.
FOE 10 DAYS ONLY.
We have placed ou sale over 150 suits at $0.75;rre<luced from $ 10.50,
$12.00 etc. These are magnificent Ixsiness suits, Id frock and sack, well
worth one-half more than the figures we haye placed on them.
For that small amount we have pla ed together a !
good fur line ilrers, or superb bus; icts suits in
cheviots, worsteds and cussimcres. See them;
may save you a few dollars.
iue of fiuer ones, plenty
sack and cutaways, of
dont cost a cent and
S & B
JOSEPH LAWSON SCO.
Impo tors ar.d "Wholesale
U 0 R DEALERS.
No. 3 Jeit'crson Street, Gale Block?
Have in store and for sale 50 barrels ( bester whiskey, our own distillation, 50
barrels celebrated Glenwood whiskey of which we are sole proprietors, also
Lawson's choice old velvet and W'son, and other brands of whiskey too
numerous to mention, imported an?' domestic brandies, gins, wines, &c., all
of the celebrated brands in wood a1 :d glass 50. cases Muinm's champagnes
just received. Can furnish anything in our line at lowest figures.
Special Attention Paid to On ers from Dry Districts. Come
and See Us.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES*
Latest styles Straw flats, at E
Goetz's, 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf
Marshall's Cafe?The popular re
sort, furnishes a first-class dinnei
daily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents. ap5 tf
Plaster your house with Ma.:bh
Rock lime, best on the market. II yoi
don't believe it, call on Carner & ?o.
sole agents. Remember they are tin
cheapest sash, door and blind m- tac
turers in the city. Satisfaction ii
For ladies' and gent's JS^ende
thoes, go to E. Goet-*^ oj
JOS. SCHLITZ, j
MILWAUKEE LAGER BEEF ]
Quit Pay ingEent.
Are the Best Sum?
ONLY AT HOTEL FELIX.
Is a Nice Summer
BUY Y00 A
A great majority will, of course, say I
am not able. I have only a small in?
come and my fainily must be sup?
City Engineer's Ofkick, )
Roanoke, Va., June 8, 1800. \
Sealed bids for laying sewer pipe
will be received at this office until 12
oclock July 7, 1800. Specifications
war. ai. dcnlap,
avenue. .. . / ap80-tf
Buy your cooKiugr rftoves from h.E
Jennings & Co., ner?*r market ho-ise
Salem avenue. *1| j
Latest styles StriUtw j?atgi at E
Goetz's, 21 Salem ave*,^. ;iP30-tf
The James Meen/fa *3 Shoe, at E
Goetz.s, 21 Salem a:.venue. ap30-f
For ladies' and Agent's Tender Feet
Shoes, goto b? ?;. Goetz's, 21 Salem
avenue. - apoQ
Artists materia- g at Picken's.
Stoves! stov* fa | 8toves! cbe: pei
than ever at M. fl. Jennings & Co.,
Salem avenue, n-jear market house. I
Our $10 black .cheviot suits can't be
bought elsewherAe for legs than -,1?
How is that??ata Cohn's, of course.'
How Can I Buy a
Home With Small
A Very Easy Question To
National Capital &win?
STOCKHOLDERS.OF the b. & o.
"i-and Company will please call at i
the office of Oscar D. Derr & Co., be
tween the hours of 0 and 10 p. nr., and
get paid up non asseseable shares to !
the amount subscribed. Bring your
receipts showing payments of $2.50'
on each share, with you.
' OSCAR D. DERR, k CO.
All stock subscribed for and not
paid for, will be exposed to sale at
public auction. Respeetfully
OSCAR D. DERR. & CO.
Building and Loan
TTNI VERSAL ELECTRIC RaLL
f WAY SIGNAL COMPANY
A general meeting of the Stockhold?
ers of the Universal Electric Railway
Signal Company will be held in Rich-.
?o2?d'xXa-?,n Wednesday, June 25th, I
isjo at 5 oclock p. m. in the rooms of
^P1ta^-teirthJ?^^%^::?fet^Dl?' By ?rder
je 19 tf
JAMES R. BRANCH,
Sec'y and Treasurer.
means by which
every individual can
own his own
tion of Murray Royal
Arch Chapter.No. 22, will
be held in the Masonic
Temple, this (Thursdav)
evening at 8 o'clock.
All Royal Arch Masons
in_ffJ0.4 .st?nding cordially invitedT I QTENOGRAPHER - Of
Candidates, are requested to be on dyears experience good
For sale 1,000 bushels of Malt Grain!
every day, Cheap, at the Virginia
Brewmg Co., Wise Street. ju!9 3t
by betas ?1 wilh youc s
For particular, IeKaratosstockaiiaih9
manner by which
j home, apply to
y?M can secure
B f order M. E
/SAM'L. M. WOODWARD, Jr.
Juje 19, 1890. Secretary.
H p ^tf tor? ^ thoroughly qualified for
office work, desires a position
dress "R. E." Times office,
No. lrcampbelf Street