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THE BOANOXE TIMES.
(DAILY AND >, AiEKLY)
An Independent 3" mocratic pape*
devoted to the matt *al and political
nterests of Roanoke and Southwest
SO you AD1 .-stise ?
"To discontinue at; advertisement,''
ci-ys John Wanamaker, "is like taking
down your sign. If you waut to do
business you must lei the public know
it. I would as soo.i think of doing
business without c. rks as without
THE PROPOSED HOSPITAL.
The movement of a aumber of public
minded citizens of Rcanoke to raise aj
fuud of $25,000 to QKvt a city hospitai
^s a highly comment.. ..ie one, and th?
readiness with which .he money is being
subscribed indicates .cry clearly th-*
osistence of a stre ig philanthropic
The people of Roanoke more thai,
those of auy other cuy in the State are
a business people, bu'. their persistency
iu the line of materia' development ha ?
:?: no ways lessened ieir interest in
That a hospital will prove useful, and
do a great deal of g od in Roanoke
nceiis no demonstrat3 n.
A well equipped hospital is one of
the great institutions of high civiliza-i
tion and every city ot pretense has ou^
to provide special treatment for th?
tckaud tho injarei whenever such
.. ;atment is uecessavv.
Within hospital wa;ls, as is known,
thousands have been nursed back tc
health and strength \ 'ho would other j
wise have never reco ered.
Roauoke is fuii <?:" >ung men; men
without homes exce>t their boarding
tees, and accidents o life an? limb
a d diseases of the bciy are immmen1
at all times. To these and to the cib
generally the hospital will prove ai
inestimable blessing, and it is a matte
for public congraiuiation that the
movement will undor-itedly be success?
eet it Lit: !- ETTXED.
If It is true, as Governor Mo
Tvinn^v seems to th 'k, that the StaU
legislsture will be cailad together a
...i early date to consider a proposition
tc sett.e the debt qu( .lion, it is cer?
tainly to be boped^ thwt an agreemen
no i\ be reached, and the long-vexac
matter be Anally adjudicated.
There is nothing t'....t the legislature
could do that would :<e productive o'
ruorr good to the S le; that woul<
^ive a greater meent .e to iudustria.
development or cause more capital tc
flow iuto Virginia's I >rders.
D-i.-pite this thoru iu the flesh, Vir?
gil has increased m wealth and ma?
terial prosperity sine- ex-Go vernob
Lee's inauguration :? she never in?
Settle the debt, am, tho increase wil
be in geometric progr -.-non until Vir?
ginia will becomo oi? of the foremos
States iu the Union i wealth, as years
ago it was foremost i; the produclioi
FREE SSItVER -"OISAGE.
The passage by th ;Ig'.:?t; and i-eu
ate of the bill provi 'iug for the free
coinage of silver, is crating consider?
able tilk in Gnaocial gad political cir?
cles, aucl,[outside of tho pension bill, is
ti e most importaat v ;rk doue by Cou
gfes during the pres-session.
Before becoming law certaiu
amendments will havs to bs a^ree-fl tc
by the two Houses ac i the- President's
The situation tak s altogether is
quite an interesting ? ie, and which?
ever way matter? may go, the meas?
ure is likely to cause ? rupture in the
ra-iks of the Republic, as.
The Republicans o. .be Past are very
much opposed to the measure, while
t'.tose ot the West thii. it of even more i
importance than the ariff bill, and art
strongly in favor of it passage.
It is generally believed that if the
amendments are ag'ccd to and the
m ai ure reaches the White House, that
tho President will vel ihe bill.
Whichever he may 6, sign or veto,
he will inevitably mal a large number
c f Anoruic?, and in CP j he is called
uj jn to act ie. the ra;. ter, if there cvet
was any doubt that h would not be re- j
nominated it will the-, be removed be?
.Like the tariff the monetary question
L an exceedingly con. ?licatcd one, aud
it is impossible to lei exactly what ef-j
feet the unlimited coinage of silver
would have upou the bualue^s of the
country. It would r Joubtedly make
money more plentiful and by lessen?
ing the purchasing pc -er of a dollar |
increase the price of pt.? ;lmsble commo?
dities. The West an i the South, the
great agricultural an ' silver mining
sections, deraaud the passage of the
bill; and if it fails of p -sage there will
ba more political hea< ? than one de
( m Ltatdd at the next election.
Senator Ingalls ,,o.r ?. rival as a
b leaker iu the Unitet. States Senate.
It Is Senator Wolcott, the young
and handsome mill maire member
from Colorado. Ingalls, it is said,
v.- la programmed to s, t-ak ou the silver
tion and had his notes
on the desk before him. Wol
cott preceded him, aud made
Buch a brilliant effort '-.at the ''Spare
aa'unted ligh tnitrg-r ' Senator frono j
? ; .-'' folded his 'Ote-book and;
wt Iked away when it (?'.uie his lure 'o j
address the Sonate, iNGALLS is no
t.. as if not for show.
City Engineer's Office, )
Roanoke, Va., Jur.eS, 1890. \
Sealed bids for lading sewer pipe,
wi'l be received at th office until 13
Oclock July 7, 18?QV Specifications!
can be seen at this otSfte.
^ WM. M. HUNLAP, i
?7 <0d City Engineer, i
OVE X $1,000,000 DISTRIBUTED.
Locisisaa State lottery Company
Incorporated by tbe Legislature,
for ed tcational and charitable pur?
poses, and its franchise made a part
of tbe present state constitution in
1879 by an overwhelming popular
vote, ; nd
To Continue Until
January 1, 1895.
Its mammoth drawings take place
seini-u inually, in (June and Decem?
ber), and its Grand Single Number
Drawings take place in each of the
other ten months of the year,
and a: e all drawn in public at the
Acadeuy of Music, New Orleans, La.
FAMLI) FOR TWENTY Y'EARS
for in ogrity of its drawings, and
pi ompt payment of Prizes.
Attested as follows:
" We io hereby certify that we supers
vise t -e arrangement for all the
monthly and semi-annual drawing
of the Louisiana State Lottery Com?
pany, '.nd inperson manage and con?
trol th' drawings themselves,and thai
the sane are conducted with honesty,
fairne \v, and in goodfaith toward all
parti?- .and we authorize the company
to use his certificate, withfac similes
of our signatures attached, in its ad?
We he undersigned Banks and
Banki's will pay all prizes drawn
in the .Louisiana State Lotteries which
may bt presented at our counters.
j R. M Walmsley.President Louisiana
Pieri 9 Lanaux, President State Na?
A. B.ldwin, President New Orleans
Natior al Bann.
Carl IlohmPresident Union National
Grai d Monthly Drawing.
At the Academy of Music, New Or
lean \ Tuesday, July 15th, 1890.
CLPITAL PBIZE, $300,000
100,0 0 Tickets at $20 each; Halves
$10; Quarters, $5; Tenths, $2; Twen
LIST OF PRIZES.
1 pri eof. #300,000 is.$300,000
1 pri: e of 100,000 is. 100,000
1 pri e of 50,000 is. 50,000
1 prize of 23,000 is . 25,000
3 pri. es of 10,000 are. 20,000
0 pri es of 5,000 are. 25,000
25 prizes Of 1.000 are. 25,001/
lot) pri; es of 500 are. 50,000
2u0 pri es of 300 are. 00,000
500 pri ps of 200 are. 100,000
100 pri: es of $500 are .... ?30,000
100 ? of 300 are. 30,000
100 " of 200 are. 20,000
989 pr ses of $l00aro. $999.900
999 1 of $100 are.$99.900
3.114 pj izes, amounting to....$1,054.800
NOTE?Tickets drawing capital
prizes i re not entitled to terminal
AG E.MS WAITED.
EST For club rates or any further
inform .tion desired, write legibly to
the un< ersigned, clearly stating your
n-sidtr: :e. with state, county, street
and number. More rapid return mail
deliver ? will be assured by your en?
closing an envelope bearing your full
Address M. A. DAUPHIN
New Orleans, La.,
or M. A . DAUPHIN,
Washington, D. C.
By oi Unary letter containing money
order i: sued by all express companies,
New i'c rk exchange, draft or postal
iddrcss r.f J13TERED LETTERS QSUUOIG C?RRE5CI
to New Orleans National Bank, New
Renn niber that the payment of
prizes s guaranteed by four Na?
tional tanks of New Orleans, and the
tickets < re signed by the president of
an Inst bution whose chartered rights
are recognized in the highest court;
thereto e, beware of all imitations or
anonyi :ous schemes.
Remrmbartbat the Supreme Court
of the i'nited States has decided that
the Lo' isiana State Lottery Co., has
acontr. ct with the State of Louisiana,
which oes not expire until January
1st, It'!' .
H CKS, BANE & KELLY,
Heal Estate Agents,
They ire associated with J W Hicks,
Attorn- y-at-Law, who furnishes ab?
stracts )f title. apl7-3m
0CE? * SHORE PARK HOTEL
YIRC INIA BEACH, VIRGINIA.
The I >cean Shore Park Hotel, Vir
ginia B fach, in Princess Anne county,
virgin! i, at the ocean terminus of the
Noiioll andVirginia Beac iiailroad
offers ti tbe public a long :?? ; want.
It is in ocean shore re.-o it within
the me .ns of all. The hotel is new,
being its first season, with a first class
table, 1 irge, airy rooms, andenewly
furnish d throughout.
THE BATHING. The surf bath?
ing is unsurpassed by any upon the
Atlant!: coast. Tbe absence of any
undertc w being a marked feature.
The i Biuperature of the water is
warmei and the bathing more pro?
longed :ban on the New Jersey, or
Long It (and Coast.
HEALTH RESORT. As a health
resort, it has been pronounced as com?
pared v ith Atlautic City and Fort?
ress Mc iroe, to have many superior
natural advantages, both winter and
AMUSEMENTS. Surf and still
water jathing, Crabbing, Bowling,
Tennis, Horse-back and Switch-back
riding nay be indulged in. Music
throng! out the season. The Western
Union Telegraph Company has an
office oi the Beach.
PRAI SPORTATION. There are
seven "rains daily (except Sunday),
each wt y between Norfolk and Vir?
ginia B ach. Four trains each way
on Sun lay. For all other informa?
tion adi ress
G SO. H. QUACKENBOS,
Ocean Shore Park Hotel,
je9 tf. Virginia Beach, Va.
FOR SALE CHEAP.?A FINL SA
loon outfit, 18 foot counter. wRlnut
back bUr. S. A. VICK.
i HENANDOAH VALLEY RAI
8. F. Tylkb, Receiver.
Schedule in effect June, 2, 181*0.
arrive at roanoke.
5 10 p. m. Daily?Memphis Expres
from Hagerstown an 1 tl
north. Through Pullma
sleeping cars from Ne
York and Philadelphia t
Chattanooga and lieu
phis via Harrisburg. Hi
gerstown and Roanok
.10 a. m. Daily? New Orleans e:
press from New Yorl
Philadelphia and Halt
more, malciug connectio
through to the soutl
Carries through Pnlhna
palace buffet Bleeping ci
from Philadelphia to Ne
Orleans without changi
via Harrisburg, Hager
town, Koanoke, Clev
land, Calera, and L. Si 2
5 45 a. m. Daily?Ealtimore ex ore
from all point* soutn n
and New York. Ca
ries Pullman pahu
bullet Bleeping car fro
Koanoke to Philadelph
without change, via Ht
serstown and ilarrisbnr;
\20 p. m. Daily?New York an
from Memphis, Oha
tanooga and n
poiuts south. For Phi
adelphia and New Yori
Carres Pullman Pahu
buffet sleeping ca:
through to Philadelph'
and IsewYo 'k via Roai
oke, Hagerstown an
Ticket agents will furnish all info
nation and through schedules apt
O. HOWARD ROY ER
G. P. & T. Agent, Roauoke. Va.
NORFOLK & WESTERN 1 A!
i I ROAD.
Schedule in effect May 11th, 1890.
11:05 am. Daily; arrive Bristol 4.1
p m. Stops at all st
tions, connecting at Ra
ford with trains on Ne
cahontas at So5 p m.
<:45 p m. Daily, arrives Radford 7.
j p. in., connecting wit
New River branch at ?:;
p. m., for Bluefield at
Pocahontas; arrives Poc
hontas 10:55 p. m. Arriv?
Bristol 11:20 p. in., co:
necting with E. T., V.
G. R. R. for all i >iii
south and west; hi
Pullman Palace Sic jpe
Roauoke to Rome, v
Calera and Roauoke i
Memphis without chi ng
:55 am. Daily, arrive Radford 0:
a m, connecting with Ne
River Branch, leavin
Radford 12:10 p.m.,arriv.
Bristoll2. t0pm., con ice
with E. T., V, Si G. ,i. 1
for all poiuts south an*
west; has Pullman Pahu
Sleeper from Roauoke \
New Orleans wirhot
?:25 a m. Daily; for Lynchburg, P
tersburg, Richmond, (vi
Petersburg and R. & P. 1
R.,) Norfolk and iutt rm.
diate points; Connects^
Lynchbutg with V. M. 1
east, leaving Lynchbui
7:40 a m daily. Arrive
Norfolk 2.00 p m connect
ing with steamer lilies t
Baltimore and New Yorl
' :20 p m. Daily; for Lynchburg an
l< :10 am. Daily; arrives Lynchbur
11:5!) a m,connecting .vit
V. M. R. It. for all point
north, arriving Was; in;
ton 7:05 p m; arrives Pt
tersburg 4:20 p.m; ar:iv<
Richmond, via R. & p. I
R., 5:05 p m; arrives No:
folk 7.00 p m;
Cripple Creek Extension?Leave
F alaski 8:15 a m. Daily except Sui
d .y, and 8:00 p m. Daily, arrive lvaL
h >e 9:45 a in and4:C0 p m. Returnin,
le ive lyauhoe 10:25 a ra. Daily excec
S inday, and 5:25 p m. Daily, arriv
F llaski 11:55 a m and 0:30 p m.
All inquiries as to rates, routes, ?tc.
p omptly answered.
W. B. Bkvill,
Gen*l Pass, and Ticket Agent.
CiAS. G. Eddt, vice-r resident.
General Offices, Roanoke.
I AII.ROAD CONTRACTORS WAG
1 ONS, CARTS, TOOLS, MULE>
E FC, FOR SALE BY PTJBLK
AUCTION IN DANVILLE ANJ
V e will offer for sale, by public au<
ti >n, to the highest hi hier, on
WEDNESDAY, 25TH DAY Oj
ci mmencing at 10 o'clock a. m . a
R iffian A* Hairston's storage van
h iuse on Craghead street, a i irg
o -tilt and equipment /or contractor:
c< nsisting of 1 pair Fi ie Mules, Ste<
Drills, set Of Track Tools and Stec
Bammers, Picks, Shovels and Ciow
b .rs, 40 Scrapers and ? sets Black
si liths" Tools, and lot of office Desk
Immediately after the sale we wil
n oceced to sell in the same way oi
M ain street, North Danville :
70 Railroad Carts and Harness,
11-Horse Wagon and Harness.
5 2-Horse Wagons.
G Track Trucks.
8 Railroad Dumps, Carts, etc., etc
This outfit is nearly new and ii
g- od condition, and it will afford con
ti ictors and others a fine opportu ait
tt purchase at low prices. This sal
w 11 be continued from day to da;
u itil completed.
TERMS:?For all sums under on
h mdred dollars, cash; for sum o
o: e hundred dollars and over, t
ci ?dit of 90 days will be given. Pur
cl asers to give negotiable notes witl
satisfactory security with interes
fr >m date.
DANVILLE CONSTRUCTION CO
je 12 td
vt ark Day.
(Late of R. H. Adams A' Co.,
6 Shirts to Order Unlaundried, $0.00
G ^e6t Shirts to Order Ldandried,|9,00
CVniuierce Street and Salem A venu*?
Over Gambill & Co's.
\\ m, F. Baker. Wm. H. arklet
BAKER ^ MARKLEY.
Seal Estate Agents,
1 Loom No. 9, Second Floor, Moomav
Block, South Jefferson Street,
Cicy Property, Fawns and Minera
Lands sold. Correspondence i
;ip8-tf Solicited. 1
Lotsria il l la Beneficsncia PnWici
STATE OiS" J5ACATECAS, MEXICO.
A syndicate capitalists have secured
the con session lor operating this
And have extended its business
throughout the United States
and British America.
The dra ving will take place on the
27th of e; eh month, not excepting
Sundays and holidays.
Below will be found a list of the prizes
which will be drawn on
June 27th, 189?,
At Zacatecas, Mexico,
andcont nued monthly thereafter.
Capital Prize, $150,000,
100.000 Tickets at $10; Halves, $5;
Tenths. $1; American Currency.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 PRIZE OF $150,000 is $150,000
1 PRIZE OF 50,000 is OO.OtO
1 PRIZE OF 25,000 is 25,1k I
!5 PRIZES OF 10,000are 30,0( >
2 PRIZES OF 5,000 are 10,000
5 PRIZES OF 2,000 are 10,000
10 PRIZES OF 1,c00 arc 10,000
20 PRIZES OF 500 arc 10,000
200 PRIZES OF 200 are 40,000
;;00 PRIZES OF 150are 45,OC0
500 PRIZES OF 100are 50,000
APPROX1 MAT ION PRIZES.
15(i PRIZES OF $150are $22,500
150 PRIZES OF 100 are 15.OC0
150 PRIZES OF 50are 7,51 I
0!?9 Terminal Prizes of 50 arc 49,91 I
Club Rates: 0 Ticket.- for $50.
Special Rates arranged wit i
AGENTS WANTED in every tow a
and city in United State- ami British
The payment of prizes is guarantee 1
by a special deposit of live hundn 1
thousand dollars ($500,000), with tl ?
State Government, and approved by
Jesus Are niga, Governor.
Drawinj under the personal supei
vision of J ic. Herminio Arteaga, who
is appoin ed by the Government cs
"I CkR' !fv that with the St.ii-.'
Treasurer all necessary guarantees :u.*
deposited, assuring full payment ( f
all prizes<>f this drawing. .
Remittances must be either by Ne ??
York Draft, Express or Registered
Letter. American money. Collectioi -
can be made by Express Companies < r
Lanks. Tickets sent direct to manag
ment will be paid by drafti on Ne .'
York. Montreal, St. "Paid. Chicago,
San Fram isco or City of Mexico. F< r
further in brmation address
JUAN PIEDAD, Manager.
mv21-lv Zacatecas, Mexico.
RE A > ESTATE AGENTS.
Improved .md unimproved property for
saic in ail parts of the city.
REITH6 A SPECIALTY
Tin: on ,y Agents in the Citv
that hai.'DIiE EXCLUSIVELY prop?
erty lNsa>eof the Corporation j
and arc Agente for the Exchange
Building and Investment Company
Your patronage respectfully solicited
No. 114 reffersou street, Roanoke, Va,
Tatte no shoes nnle-ii
TV. L. Dnntlas' name an''
price are uTamped ontbi
If tho dealer cannot supply yoc,
o factory, enclosing advertisct
$3 Si-IOE CENTLEMEr-J.
Fino Calf, iTonvr Lnccd Grain rnd Creed
Best Ii tlio world. Examine Ills
?5.00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED KOOE
84.00 IIA? I)..Stfl i:i) WiiLT SHOE.
s:i.r>0 POLICE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
82.C.0 EXT RA VALVE CALF SHOE.
BS.20 .V 65. WORKING-MEN'S SHOES.
S?.OO and <1.*5 ROYS' SCHOOT. SHOES.
All mad' In Cougress. Button and Lace.
S3 SHOES ..AFD?,is
81.7i> SHOE FOR KUSSES.
Best Material. Best Style. Bent Fitting
W. L. Douglas, Brockton, Maes. Soid by
janlleotl-Gui tu th sat
The rea.on RADAM'S MICBOBE
KILLER is the mos.
is because it hasnev
er failed in any in?
stance, . no matte1
what the disease,
from Leprosy to tin;
known to the humai
The scientific mei
of today claim and prove that even
Caused By Microbes,
exterminates the microbes and drive;
them out of the system, and whei
that is done you cannot have an acht
or pain. No matter what the disease,
whetiiera sample case of malaria fevei
or a combination of diseases, we cur(
them all at the same time, ?s we treat
all diseases constitutionally.
Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh.
Bronchitis. Rheumatism, Kidney and
LiverDisea ^e.Chills and Pever.Femak
Troubles, in all its forms, and, in fact
every disease known to the humar.
Beware ot Fraudulent Imitations.
See that our* Trade Mark (same a*
above) appears on each jug.
Send foi book "History of the
JOHNSON & JOHNSON,
Druggists, Sole agents, Cor. Jefferson
and First ave., S. W.
FINE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS PROPERTY,
IN ANY APRT OF ROANOKE. CALL C M OR ADDRESS
L. L. POWELL & CO MP ANY
Roanoke, Va. Office. Stewart Building, Third Avenue, Opposite City P?st?ffice
-ACENTS ECU REAL ESTATE?
Offlco Moomaw Building Jeffcaon Street. Sell or Exchange
Dr. A. t. hill,
Physician and Surgeon, -
Offers his professional services to thai VI NT?M EXTENSION
citizens of Roanoke.. nimm? hnnr^mmr.
Olllce over Budwcll and Christian"
Entrance No. 0 Salem (Firstj avenu
Dummy lea1 - a every hour from cor?
ner Jefferson street and Norfolk ave?
nue. On and after Sunday, December
?Ull'lurj QV'Ulxo? - -.-. / "-?
8 to 10 a. in., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 4.: ) 3, 1889, the .'arc will he as follows :
Houses and Lots in Koanoke and Vicmit/jp m^otoiop^-s^^ict^iiB^s/^ytot?
G I V E "0 S A CALL.
8. griffin. I J. allen watt'
QRIFFIN & WATTS;
ATTORN E YS- AT-LAW,
Roanoke, - - - - Virginia
Tick&ls can ba purchased at reduced
j rates by applying to the conductor or
I at the office of the Company (Didier
[building). J. F. CHRISTIAN,
j jan4-tf Oenri Manag
Office: Room No. 5, Kirk's bunfc OFFICES FOR RENT,
corner Salem avenue and Jefferson Sc ?nrvwe ?t-vth
SO. 5 Salem Avenue, - - FULL STOCK
Jit?9 REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTED
H. S. MORRISON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ROOMS FOR RENT.
Oflices ami Rooms for reut ia the
City Hotel Building, which has recently
ATTORNEY AI ^AW. j bee? converte(j lQt0 an office building
Ollico Room No. 1. Thomas Bum -
ing, Court House Square, Uoauok , BEST LOCATION IN CTTY .
Va. Ail business promptly attended to Management intend putting a passengei
_ _.. Z ! ploiTilnr 5n tl.n Iiiitl<?inir
OFFICE: IN CITIZENS' BANK BUILDING,
E,H. L. CHILES
Sec'y & Tr,
elevator in the building.
Electric lights and gas :a all rooms.
For terms, apply to
Office: Corner Salem avenue ai i>L. L. Powell & Co.,
Commerce streets, over Wertz's gr< -i
fjpHOMAS Vv. MILLER,
Office?No. 10 Kirk building,ov< r| rp:.....,.,.
Johnson & Johnson's Drug Store.
FUQUA & BOAZ,
MAKES A.ND NEGOTIATES FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENTS.
IN FRONT OE PASSENGER DEPOT
ROANOKE, - _-z ?
< Commercial Tourists Home, [I
^ and Headquarters for those de; hing Fii.-f-Class Accommodations. ' 3
0 Large Sample Ro? Fine Bar k\Mi; *
? S. A. VICK, Proprietor, Member A. T. B. A. $
_ I *
1 ONE TO FIVE DOLLARS.
56 CUT RATES ON RAILROAD TICKET BOUGHT OF METO ALL
c. B. MOOMAW, i wo. w. woods,
Botetourt county. | Roanoke county
ITOOMAW & WOODS,
ractice in the courts of Roano e
,\ 11 . ractice m the courts of Roano c H atin,, bv steam, Hot Water or Hot
ratyandcountyandcountiesadjontag.Wd = - Furnaces
ittend the courts of Roanoke und Botetoi t rurn?w
cirularly. Oflii-e?Salem Avenue, oppos e .?A??,iv/.
wVart'a Furniture Stoic. Roanokt. Ys ; HOOFING, GUTTERING, SPOL UN'..
ROANOKE EML ESTATE.
FOR EX AMPLE :
Three lots bought tor $17,000 five months ago, sold ftr
35,000 dollars last wceK
Similar Instances Numerous.
O. VON NERTA,
1405 F. Street, Washington, 1). '.
T W. HARTWELL,
Attorney and loiinsclor at-Lav.,
Ollice. Room 4, Moomaw Buildiu ,
Jefferson street, Roanoke city. Va.
Will practice at Salem aud in the a -
joining counties, United States Dis?
trict and Circuit Courts and Court !
Appeals. Special attention given 'o
ch ims for collection. mar!5-ly
401 JEFFERSON ST..
roanoke, - - - virginia.
Estimates cheerfully giveu on this line
of work. je&6no
RCHEll L. PAYNE,
Office on Commerce street, near Court
Special attention given to examin; -
tion of titles to and mutters connectt I
with real estate.
g. w. h?nsbrough.
SAM. d. WILLIAM .
??ROPEAN HOTEL AND cafe
J. F. Marshall & Co., Prop is.
NUMBER 15, SALEM A VP"
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
FRANCIS B. KEMP *
Real Estate Agents,
A,cnl5 for .11 ?od? of prop?tJ, improved .od poised, city .od mborbr.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Room No. 11, - Moomaw Buildin
Jefferson Street, Roanoke. Va.
Will practice in the Hustings court f
(the citv of Roanoke, Court of A -
I peals of Virginia and United StatiS
district courts. mar25-tf
Hardwood & Slate
Tiles inntel Facings, Hearths,
Plain 'nd Inlaid Tiles for Eloor, ^c.
Grates, Brass Goods, and Fire?
Catalogues furnished on application.
Telethons 1482, [Please mention thla paper.
T\ R. EDWIN P. WRIGHT.
Li DENTIST, late of Richmond. \
Office in Didier Building, cor. Jefft ?
son and Campbell streets.
Special attention to bleaching d
in every style
Rooms handsomely furnished wi
antique oak furnit are.
.-EVERY DESCRIPTION,-- \
>We keep the following brands of
wniskey on hand: Helle of Nelson,
Gibson,Htmler, Wi's-on. Walker's Old
Malt. Alderney and Clover Club.
These are aiuonf the finest vhiseys
0"Biliiard and pool rooms attached.
Special attention to bleaching du- , ~ _
S?s1 Roanofce Street Railway
my2 i 3m_ Roanoke and Driving Park-Line.- ?
T KINNEYj M. D. TIME TABLE,
KINNEY, M. D
praoticb limited to
Eye, Ear, Throat and Kosi
OFFICE?Over O'Leary, Campbe 1
street. "ij'27 ihn
^?^g^d Street, Baltimore, Md.
W. A. PEDIUO & CO.,
IJR. W. S. GREGORY,
OFFICE?Next door to First Nation-1
Bank, Salem avenue,
C. L. HATCHER.
CLEANING and REPA1RIN( J
You will save money by bringic ;
your dirty clothes to be cleaned (:
dyed and repaired to me. Chirgt a
moderate. Work first class.
('Omer Campbell and Henry strcei
Roanoke. Va. "tf
GEO. ALLJSW. C. C. TOMPKINS.
ALLEN, TOMPKINS & HATCHER
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
OFFICE?Main Street, Opposite Hotel Lucerne, SALEM, VIRGINIA.
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF PROPERTY OF
WEST SALEM LAND COMP AMY,
The Salem Improvement Co., and all other Salem Land Companies. Prop
?ty in all parts of the city. Also, F: rm, Mineral and Coal Lands.
[^"Correspondence Solicited. myT-tf
jj.C. FURROW, W. H.rCiRNESr " G.F.BURCHETT
J. C. Furrow & Co.t
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
OFFICE OVER E. DIDIERS GROCERY STORE.
118 Jefferson Street,-Koanoke, Ya.
WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE.
ENGLEBY t BROS.,
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
and dealers in all ki ids of
COOKING and HEAT! a; T< i\'K
Daily Except Sunday
Cars will leave for park, at corner
Commerce street and Shenandoah
avenue at 8.00, 9.30, and 11.00 a. m.,
1.30, 3.?0 and 4 3u p. in.
Returning, kave park at 8.45. 10.15
and 11.45 a.m., 2.15, 3.15 and 5.15 p.m.
Cars 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 Vintou every
30 minutes, commencing at 8.00 a. m.
J. F. CHRISTIAN,
an 3-tf General Manager.
Railroad Work, ?
or Excavating of Any KiiicT}
Either in Earth or Rock,
by the Yard or 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.
Tie Citizens Ban* of Rott
Salem Avenue, between Jefferson
and Henry Streets,
J. B. Lkvt, President. Late cashier
--?-- _ Commercial Bank, Roanoke, Va.
Plumbing and Gas-Fitting, Rooun? | j0hn qtt, 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 equal to
. to any banking house in Virginia.
I Collections a specialty and prompt
; remittances made. Interest allowed
i on time deposits ml8-tf
Spouting and Jobbing.
10 Salem Avenue, ROANOKE, VA
an 5 6m
E. H STEWART & CC
?Carry a beautiful line of?
. ANTIQUE OAK DINING WEST~- "Jn
?and? \ ' ? j.n U
chamber suits. BrlckandTi^eWorks,
a. l. gorley, President.
S. p. gorley, Vice President.
j. s. Simmons, Sec'y and Treas.
A full stock of everything in the
Manufacturers of first-class Brick of
all kinds, including No. 1 Press Briek,
p ? ? _ ; 1 ., fl I i T1 a Draining Tile, &c. Works on West
EUlIlJ.lU.ie L 1 ? v Campbell street, Roanoke, Va. Box
can be found at their mammoth store ;-^0' .XTT. ,,fPf-~^?
fronting on Salem avenue and Camp- i DOOM AND BOARD INJl DE
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