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VOL. VI--NO. 179.
HASSLER i MACBAI
Are always on the lookout for
And are receiving new and
Satin striped Batiste, at 12Jc a yd,
French cashmere Umbre's, 25e a yd;
usual price, :.!?ic.
Yard wide Batiste at 8c a yd.
\ Pongee Drapery in great variety of
styles, at 15 and iTc a yd.
Ladies' black drapery Nets from 25c
a yd up.
Figured Mohairs, in light shades, at
All wool ('bailies. 32 inches wide.
42c a yd.
Wool suitings, 54 inches wide, 2Sc a|
Wool striped Suiting. 30 inches wide.
Pin check wool Suiting, 38 inches,
at 15c a yd.
All wool Suiting, 38 inches wide, 20c
China Silks, at 37;c, 30c, 73c and
Striped Pongee Silks in all the latest
hades, at 50c; regular price, 73c.
Ladies' and children's cambric and
Swiss Flouncings, from 25c up.
Butterick's Metropolitan Fashion
Sheet has just arrived and will be
given away tree of charge.
SSj?er, Hassler and. Main
134 SALEM AVENUE. S. W.,
ROANOKE, - - - - VIRGINIA.
J, F. WlNGFIELD
AGENT, ROANOKE, YA.,
Merchandise, Wood, Lumber.
Farms, Town Lots,
Stores, Mineral ana
E3T143 SALEM AVE. P. O. Box SO
For this q uarter and
for month of May are now due
and payable iCOMPANY'S office.
Gas In.is, if paid before the 10th
instant, a discount of 12? per cent,
NO DISCOUNT on bills paid after
the 10th instant
Failure to receive a bill does not en?
title consumer to the discount.
Lime for Fertilizing and Disinfect?
ing, also Gas Tar for sale.
Applications for extensions, im?
provements, taps, purchases and all
other matters relating to Gas or
Water should be made to
J. G. Rawn,
ROANOKE GAS AHD WATER CO
No. 1 Third Avenue. 8outhweet
ROANOKE GAS AND WATER CO.,
310 Bullitt Building.
-Philadeipnia, June 18th 1890.
The directors of the company have|
this day declared a semi-annual divi?
dend of four (4) per cent, on the cap?
ital stock of this company, as paid in,
payable in cash on July 1st proximo,
to the stockholders of record as of
June 23. The transfer books of the[
company will close on the 23d instant,
and reopen on the 1st day of July.
IL E. GERHARD,
J- E. Mulcare & Co,
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
And dealers in all kinds of Cooking
ana Heating Stoves. Plumbing, and
Gas and Steam fitting done. Tin
roofing a specialty. Satisfaction guar
anteed. No. 115 First avenue. Roan
oke, Va. ap5-tf
All parties indebted to Dr. Pedigo,
are requested to come forward and
pay their bills or give some good rea?
son why they cannot pay, or I will
have to take some other steps to col?
lect the same. Respectfnllv,
L. B. DEYERLE.
Office with W. T. Watkins, Consta?
ble, je 22 to jy
C A. HEATH,
The well-known Jefferson Street
Has opened a Barber Shop in Hotel
K??m in ba&m&nt my?rj im
-FOR SALE AT
Prices as Low as the
lite Bread Flour!
WHITE BREAD FLOUR
WE WILL PAY
To anv one who can furnish
the slightest proof of the
slightest adulteration in the
Famous and Popular
Try "WHITE BREAD1' and
Use No Other.
C MARKLEY & CO.,
Checkered Front Grocers
124 and 126
HICKS, BAjfE & KEjLLY,
Real EsJbP Agents,
" "iea ab
French satines at 17c. per yard, reg?
ular price 25c.
Drap De Venice and side band ging?
hams 10c. por yard, sold elsewhescat
121 ami 15 cents.
Twenty-live diflVreut styles wool
challies just received, both figured und
All silk fifcb net, 4Giucl.es wide, 70c.
New lot ladies' blouse wr.ists from
50c. to $2 00 each.
Twenty dozen babies cups at 12J
each, worth 20 ccnis.
Fine assortment of Swiss tlouncings
at all prices. f
Guaranteed fast black ladies' hose 25
cents per pair.
Large assortment of ladies' ami
childrens' parasols and umbrellas.
The tiuest line of dross goods it. the
city at prices that defy competition.
We are receiving daily all the new
desirable shapes in white and black
straw*. Flowers in abundance at
prices that will astonish you. Call
early and secure genuine bargains.
?JH Salem avenue.
/5 - Ladies
TO CALL AT
Get one box red seal lye and one cake
Hoe Cake soap for 12c.
Good for Ten Days.
C. F. BLOUNT,
The - Cash - Grocer,
154 SALEM AVENUE.
MONEY TO LOAN ON TIME, AND
payments to suit borrower. People's Per?
petual Loan and Building Association, of lioan
oke, Va. A. 7.. Kolner. president; M. C. .Thomas,
vice president; W. F. Winch, secretary and
treasurer. Koom 1, Masonic Temple. Campbell
street. Paid up shares, $50 each. Installment
shares, 51 per month. IJorrowers can at any
time secure a loan and fix their own limit of
the period for repayment.
As a savings oank this institution offers spe?
cial inducements. Installment shares may be
subscribed for at any time. Interestis allowed
on moneys placed with tho association.
This association is doing n successful busi?
ness, paying soml-annual di vi lends, and is a
desirable investment for capital. apl-tf.
N. SALE & CO.,
BEDFORD CITY, VA-,
The Bedford City Land and Im?
The Otter View Land Co.
The Longwood Park Co.
And the most desirable business and
residence property in the town.
Refer to the First National Bank,
Bedford City, Va. apl.5-3m.
City Engineer's Office, \
Roanoke, Va., June 8, 1890. )
Sealed bids for laying sewer pipe
will be received at this office until 12
oclock Jnly 7, 1890. Specifications
can'be seen at this office.
WM. M. DUNLAP,
je? 3?d City Engineer.
>KE, VIRGINIA. SUiNDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, i'H90.
A K ID ACCIDENT.
Willi?; Cockley Meets Dentil In nn
JIT WAS NEAR IT S?*
I A very sad accident occurred yes?
terday morning oh the Norfolk and
Western's yard in this city a short
distance west of Commerce street,
j when 0. W. Chockley, aged 17 years,
- I was killed in some mysterious inan
ni!innln, nnr,m ??? ner- Willie had l'.)r sometime been
HAUKOAD& GREAT DETILOPEfiS. ,emP'^?8a ^ b?y'or *>h?**d
lord division, and yesterday morning
about 7 o'clock, just about the time
'he. got oil duty, he was found by
several railroad employes horribly
mangled and in an almost dying con
idtion,from being run over by.a train
The supposition is that he was on his
way home, and hud jumped on the
side step of a west bound freight
train to save walking. The train
came in contact with a string of cars
not .sufficiently far enough on the
side track to miss him. In this
way he is supposed to have been
thrown to the ground and under the
train arid injured as described aboye.
ile whs tak?-ii to the olllce of Drs.
first and retired
scoring a run.
however, died at
the side without
GREAT ACTIVITY ALL OVER
The Southwest to Itecotnc tlie Scene of
n Great TraRic?The Norfolk and
Wowtcrn** New Purchase?The Itonn
okc mill Southern.
THE HAGERSTOWN LADS JUST[?^?^S
ESCAPE A GOOSE EGG.
Activity in railroad circles all over
the country has recently been very
great, and in Thk Times news of a
number of movements of interest to
the people in this section have been,
given. The Southwest is without
doubt to become the scene of a great
railroad traffic,R8 indeed, it is already.
Railroads are great developers; rail?
roads made Roanoke, and railroads
are making the New South.
Without doubt the most important
event was the purchase by the Nor?
folk and Western of the Seioto Val?
ley road. This purchase has been
fully explained in these columns by
President Kimball, and that Roanoke
will be greatly benefited by the ex?
tension to the West goes without say?
'Tt is difficult," says a Wall street
man, "to Ugureout just now how valu?
able an acquisition the Scioto Valley
and New England is for the Norfolk
and Western. It in ;s road with heavy
traffic at low rates, and all its earnings
during the reconstruction period were
turned into the property. As soon as
the Ironton connection is made, there
will be a very considerable amount of
business exchanged between the two
roads. The fixed charges arc $200,000
a year, being the interest on five mil?
lions of 4 per cent, honds. The earn?
ings of the road independently have
been at the rate of t"?per mile, out
of which are to be met fixed chargt
of (1,527. It appears, therefore, that
if the road can be operated at 117 pur
cent, there will be a surplus, and a
larger one in proportion to tin- ec?n
oiny of operation that can be secured
above that figure. By this purchase
the Norfolk and Western give three
millions of their own preferred stock
for five millions of the Sciota Valh
and New England common, and get a
line from Ironton to Columbus. They
are rapiuly building to Ironton. and
in a very short time their lines wiil be
connected, and a new route opened
froui Columbus to the Atlantic coast.
Colonel A. S. Buford, of Richmond,
president of the Southwestern Vir?
ginia railroad, was registered at the
Carrollton Hotel. Baltimore, yester?
day, says the Baltimore Sun. Col?
onel Buford is now pushing his road,
which is projected from a connection
at Cumberland Gap with the Tennes?
see Midland road, that is now in
course of construction from Memphis
to Cumberland Gap. The Southwest?
ern Virginia road will stt*rt from Lex?
ington, Va., at which point it will
connect with the Baltimore and Ohio
and the Richmond ami Alleghany
roads. It is thought that this may
he one of the Hues to complete the
southwestern connectiomof tho Balti?
more and Ohio, and fiat Colonel Bn
ford's visit, may be in connection with
such an alliance.
During the week, certificates of
incorporation have been issued at
Charleston, W. Va., to three new
enterprises, ail undertaken by the
Norfolk and Western railroad. The
lines are laterals, each are over 150
miles in length. The Logan and
Fairview is to be built up Twelve
Pole river, in Logan county. The
Chaterawha and Guyandotte is to
extend up the valley of the Guyan?
dotte river, and the Waterfield and
Big Sandy will extend sontward down
Tug river to connect with the Cha:
teroi roads. Tho incorporators of all
these roads are F. J. Kimball, presi?
dent of tho Norfolk and Western :
Joseph I. Doran, president of the
West Virginia and Ironton road;
William C. Bullitt, of Philadelphia ;
ex-Internal Revenue Commissioner
Joseph S. Miller and W. W. Coe. It
is not at this time known when work
will be commenced on these roads,
but there is ample capital behind
them, and they will, when completed,
be lucrrative branches of that great
tree, of which the main line is the
It is said that the Roanoke and
Southern have at last decided where
they will enter the city and locate
their station and freight yards. This
has been the talk of t he * real estate
world of Roanoke for the past week,
and there has been any number of lit?
tle plumes in the market as a conse?
quence. No one could locate tho place
and rumors were as thick as leaves in
Valambrosia. Some said it was to lo?
cate at one place, others at another,
and the prices of property about the
places went up with a jump,and th< n
when the place selected was announ?
ced the prices on the property, ex?
cept that in the vicinity of the pro?
perty purchased by the Company,
went down to their normal level.
But this was not before a good deal
of property had changed hands, and
now some who had planed summer
vacations won't take them, and
others who hadn't will.
[Koinerand Gale, the railroad phy?
sicians, where hi* i -g was cmpmaud
by Drs. Fry and Harrison, but inter?
nal and other ihjarie* received re
sulred in his death about 1:30 o'clock.
Deceased was a pan of .Mr. J. B.
Chockley, of No. 591 Earnest avenue,
and was well kuown and very popul?r
amongst the railroad men. His
mains will i>e interred at tne famil
burying ground near Care Spring
about seven miles south of this city
reached second, stole third, but Hel
| lane struck our, closing the game, the
score standing 12 to 1 in favor of the j
The Sore Was IS ?o !-Thc Fitt-lier
Gm* It in (he Sfoso? And to this I'er
hnp* Wo Owe Victory?Not Heavy
Keafer, catch; Quarles,
Beck. 3b. . .
Quartes, p. .
Brodie, I., ss.
Sands, r. f. .
Kirby. lb. .
Keiner, c. .
Dolin, I. f. .
Totals. . .
Shank, catch; Burns,
TO HEET HERE.
Tho Democrats of this District Win
Select Their Candidate in Konnokc
LVNCHBURG, V*A., dune 2~>, 1890.
To the Democracy of the Sixth Con
In compliance with resolutior
adopted at a meeting of the district
committee this day, a convention to
nominate a candidate of tho Fifty
Second Congress of the 1'nited Stat
is called to meet at Roanoke City on
Thursday, August 28th, at 12 o'clock
Each city and county is entitled to rep
presentation on the basis of the guber?
natorial vote of 18SQ of one delegate
to every luu voters or fractional partH
thereof in excess of fifty cast for th
Slate Executive". That is to ray
Bedford, 84; Botetonrt, 17: Campbell
22;Charlotte, 17; Halifax, 41; Mont
goinery, 17: Roanoke, 11; Lynchbur
City, 22; Roanoke City, i">.
County or city committees will
please issue calls for meetings to elect
delegates from their respective couu
r ies and cit ies accordingly.
P. A. Krise, Chairman.
The Census not .yet Complete.
The census enumerators did not
finish their work yesterday as they
had expected and now fay that they
hope to inscribe tho last names by
tonioi row evening.
They arc confident that the popula?
tion of the city will reach at leai
20,000, but it will be several days b
tore the returns will*be counted and
che o/li'ji?l result given.
I he Rare? on the Fourth.
The races on the fourth of July
promise to be very interesting. Mr.
W. C. Williams has received Jetter.
from Mr. J. W. Brad-haw, of Lynch
burg, who writes that he will be pre
ent with four well-known running
horses and a trotter,and Mr. Ilolliday
of Eincastle, will also be here with a
uple of fast horses with good re?
a .\e? Real Extnte Firn?.
In the advertiselnr columns tliiii
morning "a dl b* found Iba card of the
new real estate firm cf Foard, Dow?
ney ami Hardaway. They will deal
not only in the real estate of Roanoke,
but throughout the "entire section of
Southwestern Virginia. Mr. Foard
comes to us from North Carolina, of
which State helms long been an en?
terprising citizen. Mr. Hardaway is
from Martinsvilie, and Mr. Downey is
well known here. We wish the new
tirm a full measure oi success
ft was Waller P. Puff and Josiah
Friend who asked permission to erect
the bouses and not t) e firm of W. 1J.
Huff A- Co.
The Rev. William Stout, Wairton.
Out., states : "After being ineffectu?
ally treated by seventeen different
doctors for Scrofula and blood disease
1 was cured by Burdock Blood Bit?
ters-" Write him for proof.
All persons having property for sale
should list at once with Oscar D.Deri
A- Co., No. 10 First avenue 8. W.,
Roanoke, Va. j?-2S tf
Having secured the services of an
experienced and expert p*per hanger
and diaper and carpet layer we pre
now prepared to do ail work in this
line in a proper and satisfactory man?
ner. E. H. Stewart A Co. je21-tf.
A Pure and Reliabie Medicine.?A
compound fluid extract of roots,
leaves, barks and berries is Burdock's
Blood Bitters. They cure all diseases
of the blood, liver and kidneys. ,
The Estey stands at the head of all
the different makes of organs. It is
unrivalled for b?auty of workman?
ship, sweetness of tone and durabil?
ity. If you are thinking of purchas?
ing an organ besure you get the Es?
tey, take no other.
The Hobbie Music Co.,
Lynchburg, Va. General South?
Tue Exchange Addition.
The Exchange Addition property
has just been put on ihe market, and
the lots are going fast.
The property is most desirably lo?
It is adjacent to the Lewis addition,
and lies north and nearer the centre
of the city than the Jeanette prop?
erty, four acres of which have been
donated to the Presbyterian church
as a site for the $:J0,O0G Female Semi?
nary, which is to be erected at an
The property is also adjacent to that
of the well-known Roanoke Land and
The addition is to be called the Ex?
The last of the series of four games
bei ween the Roanoke and Hagers?
town base ball clubs was played yes?
terday afternoon, and was witnessed
by over six hundred spectators in. ide
the grounds, and equally as many on '? HagerTtown
the surrounding luiis and trees. The
same lemonade vender with the same
dirty shirt was on hand, and created
more annoyance than comfort to the
occupants of the grand stand.
The game was called promptly at
4:30o'clock, and the retiring of the
sun behind tho clouds socn after
caused a great deal of comfort.
Reck was the first man to go to the
bat for the Roanokes, and struck cur.
Quarles came next and made a safe
hit down through center held, end
got to second on a passed ball.
Tho next bat manipulator was
Ford, who knocked ball to left li-Id
and got thrown our at first, retiring
Abigail went to bat for Hagerstowns
and died at first. Smith pounded
three prominent holes in the atmos?
phere, and had to stand up until the
inning was finished, because the
players' bench was running over with
parties who had no business on it.
Earnshaw retired the side by knock?
ing a foul, which Kirby captured.
Brodie knocked a tty, which Schley
caught. Sands knocked a foul to
Hums, and Kirby died the same kind
Shanks spent half an hour select
g a bat, went to first by beiDgstruok
by the ball, stole second and third,
and was put out at home plate while
trying to steal it. Burns knocked a
dyspeptic ball to the vicinity of Beck,
and war put out on first. The next
batter struck out. Keefer knocked a
grounder to Burns and get out on
lirst. D?lau knocked a fly which tue
same gentleman captured, and Wi
more's hot ball to first, which w
muffed, gave him a base, but he was
pot out while trying to steal second.
Schley 8tmckout,and Lucas reached
first on a hit through the left field,
md came home on Abigail's beautiful
two-base hit. Smith knocked a fly
to Kirby, and the first, last and on:y
run made by the Hagerstowns was
made In this inning.
Beck knocked several fouls, and
hen a two-base hit through left field.
Quarles did the same thing, bring
ing Beck home. Beck came mighty
near doing the same thing, but the
ball got to second just an instant be?
fore he. did. Brodie died at lirst, and
Kirby committed suicide by knock?
ing a Qy to Earnshaw
In this inning, Hellene took Shank's
place as catcher, on account of the
latter lH-in<; sick, and displayed great
pluck iii standing -he nard-thrown
balls of Burnt.. Ho is not heavy
enough and was. badly punished.
Earnshaw, the hist man at the ba ,
truck out. The next two batters
were put out at first.
Kirby was thrown out at first,
eefer shared the same fate, and
Dolin's grounder, picked up by the
hortstop, got to lirst before he did.
Stanhope and Keedy were each
struck out. Schley got to first on a
fumble by Beck, but was put out in
trying to steal second.
Wigmore struck out. Beck made
irst on a grounder to second, went t ?
second on a passed ball and stol*
third. Quarlet? went to first on fiv to
left field,bringing Becchome, went to
second on a passed ball, 6tole thiro
und came home on wild pitch. For 3
was put out on a foul, and Brodie
knocked a fly to second base and was
retired at first.
Lucas knocked tho ball to centerl
field and was put out a.t first. Abigai
knocked up afoul which was caught,
and Smith got out on first. ,
Sands was put out at first. Kirby
reached first on the center fielder's
error, and was advanced to second on
Keefer's safe hit to left field. Dolin ?
.vo-bagcer brought Kirby in, and
advanced Keefer.to second bag, wh>
cached third on Smit h's error in leti
field, and then got home on a passed
ball. Wigmoro reacted first, got to
second on a passed bah, and third on
wild pitch. Beck knocked out a
fly to Smith, and Quarles retired the
side by knocking a fly to Lucas.
For the Hagerstows, Earnshaw
struck out. Hellane did the same,
and Burns was put out at first.
Brodie got to first on balls, Btole
second, reached third on a passed ball,
and got home on Sand's knock to the
short stop, which was fumbled. Sandi
eached second, and was advanced to
third on passed balls. Kir'oy being a:
the bat. Kirby hit a two-bagger,
bringing Sands home, and then go*
home himself on a i wo base hit by
Keefer. Dolin next cioie to the bar
and knocked a dandy to center field,
causing Keefer to tcoi e, but his ball
was captured by Earnshaw.
Wigmore made a safe hit to left
field, and went to third and
then scored on passed ballp; Beck
struck out, retiring the side.
Stanhope knocked a hot grounder
Abi'imil. r. f. (1
.Smith; l.f. 0
Earnaiia w, c. r. o
Shank, c. o
Hellano, c. 0
Hums, p. 0
Stanhope, 3b. 0
SCORK BY INNINiIS.
I 2. 3 4 5 0 7. 8 .0 !
. . . 0 0 0 "2 0 2 5 5 l>-12
.. .00 1 0 00000? 1.
Earned rans -Roanoke,
Two-base bits?Boele, Quarles, Keefer, Dol'n.
Double play?Kccfor to He<-k to Keefer.
Stolon bases?\Vigmorc,Quarle8, Bcc!c,Brodle,
Bases on balls?By Burns, 2.
Hit by pitched ball?By quarles, L
Struck out?By Quarles, 13; by Hums, I.
Wild pltchs -Bums, 4.
Passed balls?Shanks, I; Hellane, 7.
Timoof ^'aiiie-l hour, 15minutes.
OVER S.i.ooo,(>00 Increase.
Tiiis In Wbat Ho- Roanoke
The assessors who hare been at
work assessing che reil and improved
property of Roanoke have about com?
pleted their work and the result pro?
mises to be most satisfactory and
The assessment of First ward pro?
perty only c:in be given officially us
the tables oi the other two wards are
not quite ready. The assessment of
this ward was made by Mr. T. J. Tea
ford and the exhibit shows that the
value of property there is $2,657,138.
In round numbers the assessment ic
the second ward will be ?3,400,000. It
will go over this figure a few thous?
ands, it is thought, and the cxac.
result will be ready in a few days
when it will be given.
The assessment of Ibfc-.j put tho
value of taxable property within the
city's limits at $2,7000,000, ami the in?
crease has in fivt years been $5,700,
000, a rasult which few cities in the
country, and none in the South can
In the Third ward, the assessments
will amount to about :?2,000.000. This
is is an immense increase over the la:?;
The grand total value of city pro
perty will be not far from $8,000,000.
There is every likelihood that it wi ii
exceed This amount, but just how
much, can not be yet ascertained, bw
it certainly is not an extravagant es?
TilE < ii URCIIK-S TODAY.
Who will Preach, am! IVlint Snbjecis
Have B?cn Selected.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
Dr. Mcllwaine will preach in the
First Presbyterian church tomoirow
morning at II o'clock.
THE BAPTIST CHCRCH.
Rev. O. F. Flippo will preach into
Baptist ctiur -h tomorrow at 11 a. in.
and 8 p. in. Moj Mir.'?: subject: "Duty
of Baptists to teach their distiueti <
views." Evening subject: "The
conversion of John Bunyan: or.
Grace abounding to the chief of sin?
YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION
Young Men's Christian Association,
today at t o'clock p. m. Mr. Julius
Behnike. formerly of Germany, will
conduct the services. Text: "vioi!
wants our b^st." Ali are cordially
invited to attend.
Rev W. H. Mead, D D., will conduct
the services at the railroad meeting at
the yard master's office under the an -
spices of the Young Men's Christian
Association, Sunday at 3 o'clock p. in.
A cordial welcome to all.
Rev. H. M. Linney.of the Kentucky
Conference,wUl preach at theGreene
Memorial church at It o'clock thL
ST. MARK'S lutheran CHURCH.
The services of St. Mark's Lutheran
church will be held an usual in the
chapel of the First ?Vard school build?
ing. Rev. J. A. HnlTard will preach
at 11 a. m. fr^u Si Luke 19:2; "There
was a man named Zacchaeus." No
resper service today. Sunday School
at 0:30 a. m.
Worship tonight at 8 o'clock, ser?
mon by Rev. J. A. Hufford. Sunday
School at ? p. m. E. II. Kohn, super?
ACorreclion From Mr. Trout.
Councilman Trout says that he was
misquoted in The Times report of the
council meeting on Friday evening
He says mat ids resolution regarding
assessments read ^.b follows:
"That where parties refuse or fail
to pay assessuents on sidewalks or
other special assessments, the treas?
urer shall proceed to collect the same
as other delinquent taxes.'1
A Fatal Alnbnmn Duel.
By United Press.
BlRMlNGTON, June 2S.? News has
, i been received hereof a duel which
S5l???a2fSS5S.ttS near Vfflage Spring, on
runner could get there. Keedey struck j Thursday, between two farmers
The landislevel and well drained, ? out and Schley died a death the same : named Posey and Simmons. The
and well adapted in every way for \ as Stanhope. weapons used were hatchets. Sim
?S^SS?i axe Ml. ?^?C^?^i^-YfWy??' ?
! agents for the property. to first on an error, got tc second on .tally wounded. I psy escaped.
: Bedford City
LAND and IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
CHARTERED. BY SPECIAL ACT OF GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF VIRGIRIA.
Tlie Bedford Citv Land Company offers the best investment on the Norfolk and Western Railroad. It is a golden opportunity
After June 3rd ahniited number of lots will be offered for sale. This company has three thousand bufiding and business lots in the western part oi
Bedford City Incomparably the best property arm the most beautiful sites. The town s growing west. The new depot site is on these landsv Ihe
Randolph Macon College Academv is there and a new first-class hotel will be erected asoon as the architect has finished the djawmgs. N early 4,WA
population now. Fifteen plug tobacco concerns. The largest and most successful woolen m?la in the State except Charlottesville. Twenty-five manu?
factories now arid seven new manufacturing enterprises underway. The Bedford and Jameu River Railroad is to be built in the near future.
For those who want a safe investment the Bfock said land of the Bedford City Land Company presents the greatest inducements. The present selling
ea'tis of the proBef iv is worth more indnev than the total amount df stodk the cdmprfny offers for sale. For partict?Rrs address
apt 5 Sm PRESIDENT OF THE BEDFORD CITY LAND ASTD IMPR0VEMB5NTCCMP IVY, Bedford City,Va
IGE - - flVK CK;
HE MAY RESM
HE WILL EITHER D? THIS
BE FIRED OUT.
ETJRT KICKS OYSB HIS
Tbc Silver Kill Conference?The Vi
Dell O'Shm SoxiM'nl lu Comet) ">il
A Virginian Appointed- Anoih]
By United Press.
New York, June 29.?Tbe Hendj
Washington Special says that l\
Blaine has now reached the poi
where, an was said of Marshal M.-Ml
hon, he mast submit or resign l]
will not resign arid Li.? frh nds a ? b
he would be oecretly pleased to
the president force him oui ? Si
on the ground of bi? diffei-en^."*?j
S teaker Seed, who ie at preset al
powerful with the president. The}
s ty that Mr. Blaine believes i ;>!>
would sustain him, and that ?
Reed and McKinley are going to h1*
repudiated by the warty.
A Virginian to Si.ir.i.
By United Press.
WASHINGTON, June 28.?The PresiJ
dent today nominated A. 0. Voo.---.oij
Went Virginia, to be minister r*s lent
and consul general from the United]
States to Siam.
A Florida Harder.
By United Press.
New York, June 28.?A Lake City^
Florida, special says that there U
great excitement there over the uiur-^
der Saturday night of Adam Vnder
pon, a prominent colored Repul 11 ran,
by Ben Eaton. Anderson bad angry
words with ? white man cam j r il
lips, who had insulted the :
wife while making some pur; in
a grocery store. Eaton walked to
Anderson and deliberately cur . is
throat. Eaton and Phillips were com?
mitted to jail by a coroner's jury.
Feeling has run high, and there is
said to be a movement on foot to
take the two men out of jail and set
Tb Sliver mil Conference.
By United Press.
Washington, June 28.?The Sen?
ate today appointed Senators SI ? r
man. Jones, of Nevada ;>.rj<i ):?-??) is
conferees on the partof the Senat* on
Over lue Trace*.
By United Press.
Washington, June 28.?The elec
tious bill debate was continued in the
House all day amid much exeiteiu ui.
Mr. Evart (N. C), Republican, broke
the parly traces and opposed the I'ill
in a strong speech. 'He characterized
the bill as serious and damnable, and
declared that the elections it North
Carolina are as fair as in any State in
The Pnrnell-O'Snpn Scandal.
By United Press.
London, Juno 23.?The miserable
scandal involving Mr. Parnell and the
wife of Captain O'Shca will receive jj
full exposure in the divorce court
having just been set for trial. The.
case will not be tried, however," until
after vacation. Tho friends of the -
Irish leader say that tie will be fully
vindicated in the testimony to be
RnscTmll Games of Yesterday.
By United Press.
At Buffalo?Buffalo, 4; Philadel?
At Pittsburg?Pittsburg 2; >ew
At Cleveland?Cleveland, 1: Brook?
At Chicago?Chicago,>5; Bo.-ion, C. ^
At Cincinnati?Cincinnati, 12: New
At Pittsburg?Pittsburg, 1; Bos?
At Cleveland?Cleveland, 5; Phil?
At Chicago?Chicago, 4: Brook?
At Columbus?Columbus, 7; Syra?
At Louisville?Louisville. 0; Brook?
At St. Louis?St. Louis, 10: Roch?
ester, 5: .
At Toledo?Toledo, 3; Athletic, t.
At Baltimore?Baltimore, 5; Wcrces-. ?
At Wilmington ?Wilmington,. 8;
Jersey City, 0.
At Washington?Washington, tj
New Haven, 0.
At Newark?Newark, 11; Hart?
RcHultN of Shcenslicad Boy Rnee??.
By United Press.
Sheepshead Bay, June 28.?First
race, 7 furlongs?Tenny, first; Di-^Io,
second; Volunteer, third. Time, r
Second race, June stakes, i mile? '
La Tosca, first: Correction, second;
Miss Ransom, third. Time,'1:10 4-5,
Third race, Spendthrift stakes, I?
miles?Sir John, first: Longrun, sec?
ond; Chesapeake, third. Time,
Fourth race, Knickerbocker stakeV
1J miles?Firenzi, first; Longs***'-^
i second. Time, 2:24. Only two Startes,
i Fifth race, H miles?Loantoka, first;
1st. Carlo, eecondt' Galllfet. third.
;: Time, 1:541-5.
I -Sixth race, ? miles on turf?Eon,
! first; Rhono, second; Brian Born,
"?third. Time, 2:23 1-5.
I , . ? '
' ] Mattre?se?of all kinds made to order
! by E, BL Stewart & Co. jeM-tf.