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hat everybody is looking for. We have n >t the time nor space to enu?
merate tue name of all w<v have in stock, but will say
"OME AND SEE US.
You ( m surely lind e^ erythinp that is kept in
A FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE.
OUR PRICES WILL SUIT YOU. YOUR PATRONAGE
1 SOLICITED. RESPE :TFULLY,
L. H. BRUGH,
A CARD
10 THE PUBLIC
JEFFEl^ON STREET,
ROANOKE, VA.
Industries already in operation! Not what
is to l>e? but what is.
^ W SHU WS Iii V I f ? * J
Over $2,ooo,ooo lias been invested during
tliepast year at and around Iron Gate,
FIVE FURNACES,
IN SUCCESSFUL OPERATION WITHIN A RADIUS OF FIVE MILES.
ROLLING MILL,
Steam brick machine, painting mill, tvo saw m Us, curry comb factory, machine
shops. Ac, on the g. auds and in acti ,e opera ion. An elegant Dew Queen
Ann Hotel, handsomely furnished and supplied with hot and cold Lithia Baths,
ow open to guest. A. large
AGRICULTURAL CMPLES ENT WORKS
Rapidly approaching :ompletion. Negotiation peudiug for steel works, blast
furnace, woolen mill and othor indust "ies. Bf mtiful sceuery, healthy climate,
abundance and varie? ? of water?Fret^toue, Li ,h:a and Chalybeate in the very
center of the town. Fine water pow r, Exo Ilent drainage.
GRAND AUCTION SALE OF LOTS,
Tuesday, June ;?4, 5890.
Including some of the most desirable business aud residence lots in the town.
Iron Gate, Va., is situated at the headwaters o'James River, 1,200 feet above
sea level, and in a cbmate famed for bcalthfulmss. On line of James River
Division, Chesapeal j aud Ohio Railway, one and one-half miles south of Clif?
ton Forge.
Property is not a; fancy figures, so invest :>r has ever lost a dollar in Iron
Gate All have mat money. The handsont st and most attractive portion
of the place will be put on the market for tl e first time on Tuesday, June
2-lth. Special rates ? -n Chesapeake a ad Ohio ind all connecting lines.
Terms of sale: O; e-fourth cash; b lance in equal installments at. 6, 12, and
18 months, with in rest, the pare laser gi ing deed of trust as ultimate
security. Full paid -tock received in paymei t of lots at a premium of 50 per
cent. Remember tL day and date- T 0 ESD.vY, JUNE 24th. 1890. For fur?
ther particulars, circulars, &C, address i ROM GATE LAND AND IM?
PROVEMENT CO.. or WEST IRON GATE 1 AND CO., Iron Gate. Va.
june 11, 10t.
Y'E TAKE PLEASURE IN A>
nouncing to the public that we ar
receiving daily our
?SUCH AS A FINE;LINE OF?
:dress goods,
trimmings
?TO MATCH.?
We make a specially in monrnic
Goods.300 pieces of Dress Ginghai:
from 0 cents upwards. We have
splendid line of Towells, Napkii
and Table lines. Our
-Motion Departm' ;
SUCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS, L.
dies' and Children's Hose,camiot 1
surpassed in Roanoke.
VE HAVE JUST RECEIVE)
fly a but in ?31
ever one thousand pieces of Swiss at 1
Hamburg Edgings, flouncings i
black and white.
] )o Not Make up any Mor;
Underwear when you can buy the \
at 2'J conts and 59 cents apiece i
gowns as well as skirts.
Try one of our Kabo Corse- J
as they are guaranteed for tweh 3
months
We Are the Agents for tfc i
Foster Kid Gloves, the best on tl
market.
'Ve Keep a Full
Beaded Capes as low
piece.
Line <
as $2.00
At a ret ent meeting of the Board jf Directors of the
FAIRVIEW CEMETERY COMPANY,
ltw*s decided to inr their lots on tht market rt once. As I was appointed
agent for the sale of .nese loLs, I will '.nkc greet pleasure in taking my friends
and the public, at an? time, to see tlum. The company has recently, at con?
siderable cost, improved and beauti?e i the gro ;nds, which makes it one of th.)
handsomest cemeter ?S iu the city.
Parties purchasing prior to the 1st c t Septem ;er will be allowed a discount of
iO per cent.
ft
In Fact You Can Find Any
thing that is kept in a first-class d
goods house at the lowest price
Do not pass us by. but come in, :
we take a pleasure" in showing gooc'
R?
ie 11 tf.
lectfully,
J? H. I?AT JEH.STON,
Of Feathers ton, Andrews & Co.,
Si Campbell street, Roanoke, Va.
U
122 SALEM AVENUi
w.?
HARDAWAY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(Late of the Martinsville Bar.)
Courts: Roanoke and adjoinii
counties. Office No. 303 Sp?,,.; o.
Thomas Building, Cc?... , . ; i vi
jan!6 tf
Tazewell County, Va.
Sale of Town Lotsbegan
ON'DAY, APRIL 7, 1890.
A fifty thousand HOTEL under < ontract.
Fine stone BANK and POSTOF1 ICE BU LDING under contract.
A large number f STORES and DWELLINGS under contract,
A ROLLING MI' L under contra; t.
Coal mines three miles away and iron min ;s two miles.
A Wrought iro Pipe and" Tube Works, >rgunized with a cash capital of ? 500,000, and will employ 500 men.
A Brick and D in-pipe Works m operat ion: capital $100,000.
The Clinch Vail ay Coal and Iren Company,
WHICH OWNS THE TOWN SITE,
Offers $200,000 lo Industrial Enterprises to locate at Richiands
SALE CF LOTS p
tMLIMTTED TO 5300,000,
Aud when this amoi ; is reached the Comp:;: y will double the price of its re naining 'ots, making an immediat
deman 1 for lots iu th i hands of first purchase)s. B
RICH LANDS is i the connecting link be tween the Norfolk and Westen and Louisville and Nashville ''ail
ro ids t nd in the dire t line of cheap . Jabama ;rons coming North to market.
The Clinch Rive, -uns through tl e town * ce, insuring a good supply of wa er for the town and "-ood drainage
Tbe'land comprised i the town site s almost level and little or no grading hat to be done ?
The proximity of the Ore and Fue 1 and the large cash inducements offered : nsure the success of the town
Over $290,000 Worth of Town Lots Have Been Sold.
38 B SBB MBaBO?mnBBaaPBBi
etwelS Radfor^anc MiddleboS^^ ^ ^ ^ m?8t faV?? ,le SitUati?n f?r an induet?> ***
C3$"For maps of town and particuh-rs, apply to
C GRAR^AGENT,
?ATJTHEIR?
NEIV STORE
NO. 11C COMMERCE STREET,
Offer This Weel:
DRESS FABRICS of every descri] -
tion, suitable for the
HOT MONTHS.
See the new things in Persian Mull,
r? beautift 1 lilmy cloth in the most e\
quisite de ligns.
Satin st?ped Batist es, at 12|o yd.,
in strikingly stylish figures.
"White t ooda of every description,
j in plain, \ laid and ?triped material\
at city prces.
Cashmere Ombre Satines, entirely
new, at 12 jc; worth 20c.
New Lu.-e Flouncings and Net in tl e
largest assortment.
New Ginghams., Outings, Percales
ami Print-, very cheap.
New black wool Bratnine, late, t
summer fabric.
New Sil\e in India, Pongee, Faille .,
Peon de Soie, at astonishingly lo v
prices.
New wodI Challies, at 20c yd, in the
most artis :1c designs and colorings.
Swiss Fiouucings and Embroideries
in full ass >rtments.
50 dozeQ Hemstitched Handke -
chiefs, this week at 5c.
Special Bargains in Corsets, Hoisen,
Gloves and Underwear.
The ladies are all cordially invited
to call ami inspect the new things we
are consta utly openiug.
HIBONIMUS & BEUGE
110 Commerce Street,
ROANOKE, VIRGINIA,
tf
ON THE
SOUTH
Mere is a vast country with
the best climate in the world,
with conditions of health whic'i
are absolutely unparalleled,
with vast forests untouched,
with emrmous veins of co; 1
and iror, which yet have net
known anything beyond their
original conditions; with so I
that, unler proper cultivatioi ,
for little capital can support a
: tremencous population; wit.i
conditions in the atmosphere
for comfortable living winter
and summer which exi.'t
nowhere else in the country;
and that is to be the attractio n
for the young men* who g~)
out fron the farms to see;
settlement, and not bj
immigration irom abroac,
for I dc not think they will
go that .vay?but by the intei ?
nal imm.gration from cur ow i
country it is to become i i
time as prosperous as any
other section of the country
and as prosperous by i
purely American develop?
ment.
These words apply partic?
ularly to Roanoke and vicin?
ity, and
SCOTT & fillS,
Real Me Apis,
will furnish any informatior
that may be desired as to
how to secure bargains in
Roanoke property.
WANTED.
OR SAL3.
One corier lot in Rogers, Fairfa:
and Hous on addition. A genuine
bargain. Price $450. One-third cash
balance ir 1 and 2 years. Addres
"B,v Tiaragoffice._jelOtf
HAVE YOUR DINING ROOM CETL
ing nicely decorated in either oi
[ or water colors. Carr din do it.
rcarG-tf
BOARDE IS CAN BE ACCOMMO
dared at RorerPark Hotel. Nicelj
furnished rooms. Large grounds
Table set with the best the niarkei
affords. -MRS. CRAWFORD.
mar27-tf Proprietoress.
RANTED":
Students c esiring advanced private
instruction can secure a competent
instructor by applying at the TlilES
office. Good references furnished.
jel82w.
BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO
dated at No. '41G Second street,
S. W. je3-2w
oruiiYrsTBiifM
Real Estate Agents,
Moomaw Block, No. 9.
We have a 3ne list of property from
which t<? select.
In location, price and terms, we
' fi?pe to suit all. If you have
P RX0 P E R T Y
TgJeU or exchange, calL
Be_sX^afeaitoenx-.e3 given. junlC It
WHAT CHAUNCEY M. DEPEVY
SEES IN THE SOUTH.
THE BONONZA OF THE FDT?RI
Tile Reaourccfl of 3Io?t Other .Ser ious
Have been Developed?But Hnvh in
not llio Cn.se Here? T?e t'ruwt l>nly
Una Been Broken.
Chauncey M. Depew seeuis to have
reached the core of the situation, and
staicd it so positively that it nee Is no
effort to comprehend it. The natural
resources of the North, East and We; t
have been drawn upon until they no v
yield no attractive values. The day
of big things has passed. It is to tl e
South, kept back by circumstance
which could not be well avoided, tin t
the capital and energy of the country
are looking. It is here when ai
cumulations of years in the enter?
prises of the North and West, mutt
lind prohtable employment. And no1
where under the sun are opportuni?
ties more inviting. While Mr. Depe v
does not specially mention V'irglni t
in bis reference to the South, it is be?
cause he has never traversed the
State and investigated her resources.
Of all the States in the Onion the is
the richest in material resource'.
Not even Pennsylvania, in her virgin
days, could surpass her in mineral;:,
in limbers, in clays, and agricultural
possibilities. We venture nothing in
saying that the iron o o resource s < f
this State are uncqualedintbe Union,
and yet we have comparatively no
industries to represent them. It s
only in recent days that capital and
skilled knowledge have been attracted
to these conditions. And the .note
investigation is made the more wonder
that such marvelous wealth has to
long lain dormant. Our day has com \
and Mr. Depew presents the futi.re ut
Virginia in the language he applies 10
the South, while at the same time the
whole Southland heaves and throbs
under new impulses and new inspira?
tions. There is nothing, nor has there
ever been anything, in the Ea>t or
West to compare with the natural r :
sources the South is unfolding and
which are magnetizing tli? minds and
muscles of the country. We are ju*t
entering upon the infancy of our de?
velopment?just breaking the cru t
which conceals the wealth that nature
has so lavishly bestowed, and which
must command the capital and (nte ?
prise to convert into the uses of civi?
lization. Mr. Depew sees all this, and
as much as says so in the following
sentences:
"The net result of this visit to tl e
South to my mind, is just this?tin t
the South is the bonanza of the fu?
ture. We have developed all tLe
great and sudden opportunities f< r
wealth,or most of them,in our North?
western States and on the Picil c
slope. Put here is a vast country with
the best climate in the world, wit 1
conditions of health which are ibso
lutely unparalled, with vast ft res s
untouched, with enormous veins <>f
coal and iron, which yet have m t
known anything beyond their origi?
nal conditions ; with soil that, i nd< r
proper cultivation, for little capital,
can support a tremendous population;
with conditions in the atmosphere
for comfortable living winter and
summer which exists nowhere e;se in
the country; and that is to be the at?
traction for the young men who
go out from the farms to seek se -
tlement, and not by immigration
from abroad?for I do not think tin y
will go that way?but by the int.'rn. I
immigration from onr own couu ry t
is to become in time as prosperous ?? s
any other section of the country an 1
as prosperous by a purely America a
development."
Others see it as does Mr. Depew, an 1
we know it, especially as it relates to
Virginia. We are indeed entering
upon a new era. We are ste{ ping
upon the threshold of a new inateri; 1
birth, and our growth and progress
can only be measured by the effo. t
that is put forth. The South, wita
old Virginia in the van, is coming, and
coming to stay, to contribute he r
wonderful resources to the prozreis
and grandeur of the nation.?Valley
Virginian.
In Holland, Mich., C. J. Doesbury
publishes the News, and in its co -
umns strongly recommends Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil for cough.,
colds, sore throat, catarrh and asthma<
ULAOE ADDITIO.V.
A Beautiful pihI <'oiivo?j1cii( Location
tor Buildings
No city in the South lias grown .vita
greater rapidity than has lloanoke,
and probably not one is on a firme ?
foundation considering its age
Roanoke swells and grows each day,
and unlike most cities,does not grow i:i
any one direction more than an o; her.
but is being rapidly built up on ever
side, north, eact, south and west.
The influx of population since 186?
has been enormous, and hundreds oi
buildings have gone up to supply the
demand. There has been no lull hi
the erection of houses this winter, ex?
cept that occasioned by the rain, ami
drive in what direction, you will hea"
the sound of the hammer and evi?
dences of building meet your eye.
Hundreds who rented houses a few
years ago pay taxes now, owning
their dwellings, and theerection ol res?
idences is the best index to the growth
of the city and the strongest assur
ance that the city is here to stay
The homes that have been huftl
here within the past year are, many
of them, as handsome, artistic ano
expensive as can be found anywhere
To accommodate the ever increasing
population, numerous additions have
oeen laid off and the lots placed on
the market. Among the many valu?
able properties hereabouts, none of
fer greater inducements as a place o.
residence than thoJGlade addition.
This property is situated just east
of Glade creek and is traversed by tht
Vintou extension of the Roai okt
street railway, which places it in di J
rect communication with the cer tra j
portion of the city, a person can live
in that section, and if hi3 place o;
business is in the upper ;iarf
of the city, or even in the
West End, he can take the street cai
and be ready for the day's work at
the usual time. Every benefit of a
suburban residence is obtained,with
out any of its discomforts.
The property is well drained and
' therefore healthy. It lias been di
' vided into lots by the laying off of
wide streets and avenues. The view
to be obtained from Glade addition is
beautiful. On the east, toweling
hundreds of feet in the air, are the
Blue Ridge mountains, while on the
south the Roanoke river -winds itself
like a silver thread among the hills,
forming one of the most beautiful
bits of scenery anywhere in Southwest
Virginia. One of the principal feat?
ures about the Glade property is the
easy terms upon which the lots can be
gotten. The prices have been placed
so low that it is within the power of
every man to own his home. Messrs. j
William M. Yager & Co., are the ;
agents for the company and they will;
take pleasure in giving any informa?
tion concerning the property. Call;
on them at their office on South Jef
ferson street.
GO to Geyer's to get your spring!
and summer suits, my2Q tf. I
EAST E.M) ADDITION.
Desirability of and Deninnds for J.ot ?*
Tbcre.
As the summer advances much ac?
tivity in building operations ii
noticed, and many new houses a e i t
process of construction. This n: tui
ally makes the real estate marke;
much tirmer, and agents are cciet
poudingly happy. Simmons & Ce.
have been doing a rushing busiues;,
one of the best since the firm was e: -
tablished. The East End proj ert /
iB changing hands very rapidly, an 1
many new houses will be erected th s
season.
Among the prominent additions i 1
the East End, is that of the Oat
Ridge Land Company. The addition
lies just east of Belmont and south <>f
the East Side Land Company's prop?
erty and adjoins the farms of M 'ssr'i.
George Taylor and G. W. Carr.
This offers every inducement as a
place of residence. It is remove 1
from the business portion of tin - cii y
and therefore gives a quiet, suburbs n
home, while at the same tiinr it Is
near the dummy line and thereto e
quite convenient to the city.
The land is high and dry and h; s
just enough slope to give it good
drainage. Gas and water mains id e
being put iu and new streets arc b -
ing laid out. Everything is propi?
tious, and it is destined to take i 9
proper place in the front rank. It s
located near the furnace, rolling mill,
bridge works and the machine work
and offers, therefore, greater indue c
ments to the workingman. as it's
near his work. A number of nett
cottages are going up and others nai e
been contracted for.
.lames S. Simmons & Co. are agents
for the company, and they can ghe
good bargains. The property i* g
ing rapidly, aud if you want to o ?ta: o
a good bargain call on them at one ??
The prices for the lots are low an 1
the terms easy, so every man can owa
his own home.
REM DEKCE PROPERTY.
The Enal End 11ns Nice ISiiIIiIimk Eon
In Aluimtnuce.
The real estate market has been vc y
active in Hoanoke during the pa t
week. < hvners, agents and purchase s
were all in a good humor, aud every
body is satisfied.
The market during the week h: s
shown largely increased sales in < ve?y
department, and James S. Sim uoi h
it Co., report a number of large ah
Not only is this increase of salet ve y
noticeable in the transfers of pro ;>en y
for speculative purposes, but abo f< i
permanent investors, men who pr >?
]>ose ro build homes for themselves.
As the summer advances much a :
tivity iu building operations it n >?
ticed, and many new houses a e i
process of construction. This aat ?
rally makes the real estate m irk< t
much (irmer, and agents an- corres?
pondingly happy. Simmons & C(..
liave been doing a rushing bus nes ;.
one of the best since the lirm was ?st .
blisbed. The East End property s
changing bands very rapidly, ai .1
many new houses will be erected th s
season.
Amon^ the prominent additions ;a
the East End, is that of the Oak l<idj e
Land Company. The addition Ii- s
just east of Belmont and south of tl e
Last Side Land Company's property
and adjoins the farms of M ssr;.
George Taylor and G. W. Carr.
This oilers every inducement as a
place of residence. It is removed fro>n
the business portion of the city at. .1
therefore gives a quiet, suburbs a
home, while at the same time it s
near the dummy line and therefo e
quite convenient to the city.
The land is high and dry and h; s
just enough slope to give it got 1
drainage. Gas and water main- a e
being put iu and new streets are i-eil %
laid out. Everything is propiriou
and it is destined to take its p op r
place in the front rank. It is lo att J
near the furnace, rolling mill, b.-idj e
works and the machine works ai I
offers, therefore, greater iuducei i?n s
to the workingman, as it is ne; r h t
work. A number of neat cottagf s a t
going up and others have been co :?
tracted for.
James S. Simmons & Co.,areagen e
for the company, and they can grt
good bargains. The property isgoii q
rapidly, and if you want to obtain a
good bargain, call on them at one >,
The prices for the lots are low and tl ?
terms easy, so every man can own h.s
home.
Marshall's Cafe?For a full course
dinner served in A 1 style daily from
1 to 3 for ?0 cents. ap?-tf
For colds, croup, asthma, bronchi
tis and sore throat use Dr. Thomas1
Eclectric Oil, and get the best,
For fire insurance call at the jffics
of the Itoauoke Trust, ~oan atio Sa?-3
Deposit Co. ucc2<1 -tf
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES
Latest styles Straw flats, a: F..
Goetz's, 21 Salem ayenue. ap80-tf
Marshall's Cafe?The popular re?
sort, furnishes a first-class dinner
daily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents, ap.'.-tf
?Plaster your house with M :rb 5
Rock lime, best ou the market. If'yo 1
don't believe it, call on Caruer & Co ,
sole agents. Remember they arc th)
cheapest sash, door and blind mamifac
lurers iu the city. Satisfactiou gu: rai ?
teed. f
For ladies'and gent's Tender Feet
thoes, go to E. Goetz, 21 S-ilein
avenue. ap30 tf
Buy your cooking stoves from 2 LE,
Jennings & Co., near market house.
Salem aveuue. t
Latest styles Straw Hats, ar E.
Goetz's, 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf
The James Meem's $3 Shoe, atE.
Goetz.s, 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf
For ladies' and gent's Tender Pee
Shoes, go to E. Goetz's, 21 Salem
avenue. ap30-tf
Artists material at Picken's.
janl7-tf
Stoves ! stoves ! stoves ! cbeape"
thaneveratM.il. Jennings & Co.,
Salem avenue, near market house.
oct7-tf
Our $10 black cheviot suits can't b>
bought elsewhere for less than $1^.50.
How is that??at Cohn's, of coursv.
myl-tf
-?- ???
The best Otting and most sty'isl
suits in the city at Geyers, on Camp
bell street, my20 tl
Still keep the largest
assortment of
HARDWARE
In Southwest Virginia.
They'have just received a large sppulj
?OF?
Lap Robes, Horse Covers
Breech Loading Guns,
?AST)?
Sporting Goods.
Miner's and Railroad Supplie j
A Specialty.
17 and 19 Second Street, southwesj
FIRST-CLASS BUTTER
CAN ALWAYS IE FOUND, AT
W. W. MARSTON'S
mar23-tf GROCERY, r48 SALEM AVENUE
C. II. JORDAN,
It. N. Mc JANDUSH,
E. II. CLOWES.
r I am
Eu< 11 a Vista, Virginia,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND INSURANCE.
myl5 3m.
THOMAS & BURNS
$9.75 Two Specials $14.75.
FOR 10 DAYS OILY.
We have placed on sale over 15? suits at $9.75;"reduced from 4M.50,
$12.00 elc. These are magnificent usiness suits, In frock and sack, well
worth one-half more than the figures we have placed on ihem.
$11,75.
For that small amount we have pi: ;ed together a line of finer ones, plenty
good for line dress, of tuperb bus ue-s suits in sack and cutaways, of
cheviots, worsteds and cussimere . See them: dont cost a cent aud
may save you a few dollars.
SE
PH
Xmpc ts and Wholesale
No. 3 Jefferson street, Gale Block*
Have in store and for sale 50 barrels
barrels celebrated (ileuwood whisk*
Lawson's choice old velvet and
numerous to mention. Imported ai
of the celebrated brands in wood ;
just received. Can furnish anythin
Special Attention Pnid to Oi iers from Dry Districts. Come
and See Us.
b22-tf
Jhester whiskey, our own distillation, 50
? of which we are sole proprietors, also
Ison, and other brands of whiskey too
i domestic brandies, gins, wines, &c, all
nd glass "0. cases Mmum's champagnes
in our line at lowest figures.
THE CELEBRATED
JOS. SCHLITZ,
MILWAUKEE LAGER. BEEF
?ONLY AT?
HOTEL FELIX.
M YOUR MONEY!
Quit Pay ing Bent.
Are the Best Sum
mer Drink,
ONLY AT HOTEL FELIX.
line ?:?
Es a Nice Summe
Drink.
HOTEL FELIX.
BUY Y0? A HOIK!
A great majority will, of course, say I
am not able. I have only a small in?
come and my family must be sup?
ported.
jeO tf.
JJOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.
JlWE 13, 1S90.
The co-partnership heretofore ex
isting between Dr. Wiliner Hodgsoi
nd James T. Estis, under the styl'
and tirm name of East Roanoke Dru;.
Store, Hodgson & Estis, proprie
tors, is this day dissolved b\
mutual consent, Dr. Wilmer Hodgsoi
purchasing the interest and good wil
of James T. Estis and assuming ah
obligations of the firm.
Wilmer Hodgsox,
Jamks T. Estis.
jel7-4t
How Can I Buy a
Home With Small
Means ?
-)o(
A Very Easy Question To
Answer.
National Capital Saving's,"
Building and Loan
Society,
Ml
OF
UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC RAIL
WAY SIGNAL COMPANY.
Stockholders' Meeting.
A general meeting of the Stockhold
ers of the Universal Electric Railw.-u
Signal Company will be held in Rich
niond, Va. on Wednesday, June 25th
1?00, at 5 oclock p. m. in the rooms o
the Bar Association, corner of 11th
and Main streets. Stockholders wh
cannot be present in ]>?-s r. :?'
quested to appoint proxies \>> r< pre?
sent them at the meeting. By order
of the Board of Directors.
JAMES R. BRANCH, j
je 19 lw Sec'y and Treasurer.
DAIRYMEN LOOK|
For sale 1,000 bushels of Malt Grain i
every day, Cheap, at the Virginia 1
Brewing Co., Wise Street. jul9 3t. .'
STENOGRAPHER ? Of over ten ;
years experience, good long hand ! uv beinc careful wifh
writer, and thoroughly qualified for 0} Dei?S caretul Wlth W earnings.
dS ?E> TniS oaffiPc?e8iti0a" F?F Particular3 re^ding stock and the
je 15-3t._manner by which yoy can secure a
FOR SALE.-No. 2 REMINGTON ] fa ,
1} Typewriter, number 19,136; good , nome' app,y t0
condition. Bargain.
C.W.SEAMAN, _.,
je20 7t. Elkhorn, W. Va. ,(
T OST-ON THURSDAY, JUNE 19, prr i n T> FUTTn TTrn
L between Union Depot and Lyles; VU.Aft. D. jLNlillli
drugstore, a gentleman's scarf pin;i
also a Silver Maltese Cross, Liberal;
reward if returned to
J. H. SKINKER,
jun 20 2t 421 Church street
, . - i . ... .. ? ' ^
Forth : America,
Affords a means by which
every individual can
own his own
CHOME,*./
General Agent, J
No. 17 Campbell Street

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