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what everybody is looking for. We have not the time nor space to enu?
merate the name of all we have in stock, but will say
COME AND SEE US.
You can surely find everything that is kept in
AFTRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE.
OUR PRICES WILL SUH YOU. YOUR PATRONAGE
IS SOLICITED. RESPECTFULLY,
L. H. BRUGH,
tf JEFFERSON STREET,
ROANOKE, VA.
A CARD
10 THE PUBLIC.'
SAVE MR MONEY!
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN An?
nouncing to the public that we are
receiving daily our
-SUCH AS A FINE] LINE OF
DRESS GOODS,
TRIMMINGS
?TO MATCH.?
We make a specialty in mourning
Goods.300 piecesol Dress Ginghams
from 6 cents upwards. We have a
splendid line ofTowells, Napkins
and Table tines. Our
Motion Dspartm't1
SUCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS, LA
dies' and Children's Hose,cannot be
surpassed in Roanoke.
we have "Just sreceivei
iver one thousand pieces of Swissand
Hamburg Edgings, flouncings in
black and white.
Do Not Make up any More
Underwear when you can buy them
at 2'? cents and 59 cents apiece in
gowns as well as skirts.
Try one of our Kabo Corsets
as they are guaranteed for twelve
months
We Are the Agents for the
Foster Kid Gloves, The best on the
market.
QuitPayingEen .
BUY TOO A HOME
A great majority will, of course, say 1
am not able. I have only a small in?
come and my fairily must bo sup?
ported.
How Can I Buy a
Home Willi Small
Means ?
?)o(
? Very Easy Question To
Answer.
Sational Capital Savings.
Building and Loan
Society.
-OF
We Keep a Full Line oi
Beaded Capes as low as $2.00 a
piece.
[ri Fact You Can Find Any?
thing that is kept in a first-class dry
g >ods hou>e at the lowest prices.
.Do not pass us by, but come in, as
we take a pleasure in showing goods.
BACHRACH
122 SALEM AVENUE,
North : America,
Affords!: a means by which
every individual can
own his own
?HOME,*
by being careful with your earnings.
For particulars regarding stock and the
manner by which you can secure a
home, apply to
?)(?
ITT * RIVES
p
ii
eel Estate Agents.
'here has been wonderful ac
t vity in city real ?Su& ;o the
! ist two weeks, even for
3 loanoke. Several hundred
i lousand dollars worth of pro
j erty changed hands at hand
i-ome profits. One lot for
e xample, which sold for seven
thousand five hundred dollars
t ight days ago, was resold
\esterday for eleven thous?
and dollars. Doz ens of simi?
lar examples might be given.
Have you been making any
r.ioney dealing in Roanoke
CHAS. B. KXIGHT.
General Agent,
r^c. ]7 Campbell Sre el
THE CELEBRATED
JOS. SCHLITZ,
MILWAUKEE LAGER BEERi
-ONLY AT
HOTEL FELIX.
CHAMPAGNE Oil DRAUGHT1
Are the Best Sum?
mer Drink,
ONLY AT HOTEL FELIX.
ape ?:?n<
-o
8s a Nice Summer
Drink.
HOTEL FELIX.
CHAMPAGNE ON DRAUGHT.
je9 tf._
REAL>
>ESTATE?
Well, if you haven'tits you
o vn fault.
?C0TT a BIKES,
KEAL ESTATE Apt's
JEFFERSON STREET.
SPECIAL LOCAL, NOTICES'
Marshall's Cafe?The popular re?
sort, furnishes a first-class dinner
daily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents. ap5-tf
?Planter your house with Marble
Rock lime, best on tho market. Ifyou
don't believe it, call on Carner & Co.,
sole agents. Remember they are the
cheapest sash, door and blind manufac
urers in the city. Satisfaction guaran
eed. f
Buy j our cooking stoves from M.H,
Jeuningn & Co., near market house.
Salem avenue. f
Artists material at Picken's.
janl7-*f
Stovef! stoves 1 stoves 1 cheaper
than ever at M. H. Jenaings & Co.,
Salem avenue, near markst house.
oct7-tf
For fire insurance call at the office
ot the Roanoke Trust, Loan and Safe
Deposit Co. dec28-tf
Geyer, the'Campbell street Tailo,r
carries a large and select stock of
goods in his line. niy20 tf
Go to Geyer's to get your spring
and summer suits, my20 tf.
A large and beautiful stock of car?
pets and rugs in newest styles can be
found at E.H.Stewart&Co/s. je21-tf.
For colds, croup, asthma, bronchi
tis and sore throat use Dr. Thomas'
Eclectrie Oil, and get the best.
HE
-AT THEIR
NEW STORE
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
Offer This Week
DRESS FABRICS of every descrip?
tion, suitable for the
HOT MONTHS.
pee i . things in Persian Molls
a beautiful lm> c1otn in the most ex
quisite designs.
8atin striped Batistes, at 12*c yd.,
i? strikinclv stylish iigures. .
White Goods of every description,
in plain, plaid aud tripod materials,
at city prices.
Caihinere Ombre Satmes, entirely
new, at 12.Jc; worth 20c.
New Lace Flonncings aud Net in the
largest assortment.
New Ginghams, Outings, Percales
and Prints, very cheap.
: New black wool titauiiue, latest
summer fabric.
New Silks in India, Pongee, Failles,
Pean de Soie, at astonishingly low
prices. , .
New wool Challies, at 20c yd, in the
most artistic designs aud colorings.
Swiss Flouucings and Embroideries
in full assortments.
50 dozen Hemstitched Handker?
chiefs, this week at 5c.
Special Bargains in Corsets. Hoisery,
Gloves and Underwear.
The ladies are all cordially invited
to call and inspect the new things we
are constantly opening.
HIR0N1?S & BRUSH
110 Commerce Street,
ROANOKE, VIRGINIA.
IlilT
YALLEY - RAILROAD.
4th JULY 4th
-THE
NATIONAL
HOLIDAY.
EXCURSION
TICKETS
WILL BE SOLD AT GREATLY
TO ANY POINT ON THE LINE,
JULY 3?4.
Good to return or, or before
JULY 7IE 1890.
Special Attractions
AT
ftSatural Bridge,
Grottoes.
Luray Caverns.
O. HOWARD RO1ER,
General Passenger Agent,
jun 29. jy 1,2,3.
WANTED.
W
ANTED.
Students desiring advanced private
instruction can secure a competent
instructor by applying at the Times
office. Good references 'urnished.
jel82w.
"P R E E.?STENOGR APHY AND J
typewriting free. First-class facil?
ities and best of teachers. Addrtss
with stamp for return ] ostage.
THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
no9tf Pf fiBh, N. Y.
I OST.-ON YESTER DAY AFTER
id noon, a plain leatlur pocketbook,
containing $97 in notes. R. E. Mene
fee'6 name is on the inside of the
book. Finder will be liberally re?
warded by returning same to Times
office. J. A. FRITH.
je27 6t
HAVE YO?RDINING ROOMCEIL
ing nicely decorated in either oil
or water colors. Carr c m do it.
inarG-tf
BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO
dated atRorerPark Hotel. Nicely
furnished rooms. La:-ge grounds.
Table set with the best the market
affords. MRS. CRAWFORD.
mar27-tf Pi oprietoress.
WANTED.?Young man, by trade
florist, wants employment; he is
willing to do most any Und of work.
Address, "Herman;" ?are Virginia
Brewing Co. je 28 2t.
WANTED.?Good board for gentle
man and two little b Dys. Address
"Permanent," Times office, je 26 St.
ROOM AND BOARD IN A DE
lightful locality, 408 Fourth aye-1
nrte, S. W*_myMtf
rfW?" FURMHED " R?'?MTTo^ |
1 rent. Apply at 120 4th Avefcue,: s.
W. je89 4tk i
a
TEA TABLE TALK
A CASUAL OBSERVER TELLS
WHAT HE SEES.
FLANNEL SHIRTS AND BLONDES
One .More on the t'enwiiN Enumerator
J*hc Wan Born Just One ?ny Too
I.nti- A New One on the Servant
Otrl.Who was There the Day Before.
A wliite flannel suit is becoming to
some men, comfortable this weather
for any man, aud it is one of those
aesthetic oases which gem the desert
of monotony in masculine attire. But
the white flannel suit despite its daz
7.1ing luster and its coolness has its
drawbacks.
The other day a young man, whom
I do not know, attracted mvattention
by the sheen of his raiment. Be wore
a white flannel suit, and in the blazing
sunshine he walked an exception to
the rule, a COOl-lo?king man. j was
behind him, but as ho strolled along
the street slowly 1 gradua lly caught ?p
with him. As 1 came close 1 noticed
that a black line extended across the
back of his coat diagonally from his
left shoulder. A strange place to put
a seam, and so conspicuously. 1
thought.
The black line, like a fly on a bald
man's hoad. fascinated me. As 1 drew
closer and closer to it 1 was puzzled
still more, for 1 discovered that the
line was wavy and abruptly ended
about three inches from the edge of
the sack coat. Then all at once I
recognized the true nature of the line
?it was a lout;, rippling black hair!
All that is needed is that a man who
wears a white flannel suit should con
tine his attention to blondes.
A city merchant, who has a soul
full of fun, yesterday met the young
man who several weeks ago called it
his house in the capacity of census
enumerator. Said the former: " I
don't wonder that fault is being found
with the census, if other families were
served as you did mine.'1
"What was the matter with me"
asked the ex-enumerator.
"There's a young lady at my bouse
?in tact she's my daughter?win '??
not in the census ! know."
"Well, sir," replied the ex-enum era
tor somewhat warmly, "that's yon
fault?for you gave me all the in?
formation 1 got at your house."
"Hut you called too soon."
"How's that?"
"Well, the young lady was bbrr
last Thursday and t'de be glad if-"
But the census man lied.
At the close of dinner the mistress
of the house asked the now eirl?whe
had been hired that day upon the
strength of her affirmation that slit
had waited on table for years?to
set some toothpicks on the table
The veteran waiting maid disap
peared at once, but came back in a
minute asking: "Is it toothpicks
that yor want?'"
she was reinformed that toothpicks
and nothing less were in deman !
Again she left the room. When sb(
reappeared a couple of minutes latei
site brought with her a thermometer,
one of those pretty triflles in tin
guise of a Moorish dagger. This si t
laid before her astounded mistress.
There is a veteran waiting maid out
of place now.
PERSONALS AM> BRIEFS.
J. H. Hoffman, is at Hotel Felix.
Mr. S. B. Mootnaw was in Buena
Vista during the week.
Major Absolom Keiner, of Fisher
ville. Va., is at Hotel Felix.
Professor William Taylor Thorn hr.
returned from Buena Vista.
Mr. Joseph B. Zimmerman, of Bote
tourt county, was in the city yes?
terday.
Miss Lucy Nohns is visiting h< r
friend Miss Molhe Bandy, on Third
avenue.
Miss Mamie Spencer, ol Fincastle,i:
visiting the Misses Payne, on Eighth
avenue.
Mr. J. Heath Powell, of News Ferry,
is in trfe city. He represents the
famous mineral springs at that point.
Miss Minnie Staples, of Burkville,
and Hopkins Kuykendalle, ol Moore
fred are the guests of Mrs. T. J. Ten
ford.
Married, June 27, 1890, at the resi?
dence of the bride, East Roanoke, bv
the Rev. J. W. Lynch. Mr. Emmett G.
Bowers and Miss Bessie St. Clair.
A negro man at werk in the chain
gang slipped the chain from Iii.s leg
yesterday and took to his heels. He
was recaptured and brought back.
Mrs. Dr. J. B. Snod grass and
daughter, ol Martin6bugh, W. Va..
are visiting the fan ily of Kev. Dr.
Flippo. Mrs. Snodgrass is a sister of
Mrs. Flippo.
Mrs. H. H. Riddleberger, wife of the
late Senator Riddleberger, announces
in the hist Shenandoah Herald that
she has taken full and complete
charge of that {taper, and will here?
after have it conducted as a county
political and news journal. It will be
Republican, as heretofore.
Mr. James Simmons and wife, of
Roanoke, who attended the marriage
of Dr. Thomas Simmons' daughter ir:
Hagerstown on Thursday, on Fridaj
came to Union Bridge and are tht
guests of Mr. M. C. McKinstry and
family. Next week Mr. Simmons and
wife "will take a trip to Northern
cities.?Carroll (lild.) News.
For burns, scalds, bruises and all
pain and soreness of the flesh, the
grand household remedy is Dr.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Be sure you
get the genuine.
To 513- Frieu<lH. Patrons mui the- Pnblfc
Generally.
This is, therefore, to advise that as
some of my competitors are reporting
that I have retired from the insurance
business, that there is not one letter,
syllable, or word of truth in it. On the
contrary, an arrangement has been
made with the Fidelity Loan and
Trust Company, by which the busi?
ness will be conducted by them under
my immediate supervision and direc?
tion, to our mutual profit and gain.
By this arrangement the business of
the agency must be largely increased,
as I have associated with me a $200,000
company, composed of the most re?
spectable and responsible people in
this city. Therefore, for fire, life, ac?
cident, tornado, plate glass, indem?
nity, steam boiler, inspection insur?
ance in the leading companies of the
world, call at the office of the Fidelity
Loan and Trust Company. Very re?
spectfully,
je28 It Thomas Lkwis & Co.
I A beautiful stock of English, Amer?
ican, and French plain and decorated
I china tea, dinner and toilet sets at E.
H- Stewart &Co.'s. je21-tf
Mrs. L. R. Aminen, corner Com?
merce and Campbell streets will for
the next thirty days, beginning Mon?
day, June 30, close out her entire
stock of millinery and notions at cost.
Come early and seenro bargains.
je291w. ________
Mrs. L. R. Aminen, corner Com?
merce and Campbell streets, will for i
the next thirty days beginning Mon?
day, June 30, close out her entire
stock of millinery and notions at cost.
Come early and secure bargains.
june29-twk.
UEADE ADDITION.
A Ecnntlfnl nnd Convenient Locntlo ?
for Duildlnirm.
No city in the South haagrown wit t
greater rapidity than has lloanok ,
and probably not one is on a firm- r
foundation considering its ag .
Roanoke swells and grows each da ,
and unlike most cities,does not grow 1
any ore direction more than an othe ?,
but is being rapidly built up on eve. y
side, north, east,'south and we>:.
The iullux of population since 18 4
has been enormous' and hundreds >f
buildings have gone up to supply tl e
demand. There has boen no lull n
the erection of houses this winter, e :
cent that occasioned by the rain, at d
drive in what direction, you will he r
the sound of the hammer and e^ i
dences of building meet your e> >
Hundreds who rented houses a ft w
years ago pay taxes now, owni g
their dwellings, and the erection of r. i
idences is the best index to the grow h
of tlie city and the strongest assi r
nnee thai the city is heretosta -.
The homes that have been bu It
here within the past year are, ma: y
of them, as handsome, artistic aid
expensive as can be found anywhei ?.
To accommodate the ever iucreasi) g
population, numerous additions ha e
been laid off and the lots placed ? n
the market. Among the many va! i
able properties hereabouts, none < f
fer greater Inducements as a place if
residence than the Glade addition.
This property is situated just er-it
of Glade creek and is traversed by t e
v'inton extension of the Roauo e
street railway, which places it in < i
rect communication with, the cent) d
po 'tion of the city, a person can Ii e
in thai section, and it' his place >f
business is in the upper pa -t
of the city, or even in t. e
West End, he can take the street c .r
anil be ready for the day's work it
the usual time. Every benefit o a
! surburban residence is obtained,wil i
out any of its discomforts.
The property is well drained a d
then-tore healthy. It has been* i
vided into lots by the laying oil ?f
wide streets and avenues. Thevuw
to be obtained from Glade addition is
beautiful. On the east, toweri g
hundreds of feet in the air, are t c
Blue Ridge mountains, while on t e
south the R tanoke river winds its If
like a silver thread among the hil 3,
forming one of the most beauti! il
bit-,of scenery any M here in Southwi -t
Virginia. One of the principal fei t
urcs about the Glade property is t e
easy term- upon w hich the lots can >e
gotten. Th.- prices have been pine d
so low that it is within the power >f
every man to own his home. Mess -.
William M. Yager & Co., are t e
agents for the company ami they w 11
take pleasure in giving any inforn i
tion concerning the property. C 11
on them at their office on South J f
ferion street._
Messrs. .Johnson A .Johnson ha e
secured the sole agency iu this ci y
for Radam's Microbe Killer. Our 3 r.
Louis Hall has lxien suffering I >r
some time with lung trouble. J e
states that since using the niedici e
he has experienced great relief, a d
thinks he will ultimately regain! s
health. tf.
Choice I.<>t Sale.
The Bedford City Land and 1: i
provemenl Company announces a sj e
o' choice lots on the 5th day of Jul ',
1890. The number of lots is limit .1
but choice, and they will be soldi i
moderate terms. Everybody is offer .1
an opportunity to make big inone \
It was intended to have this sa e
earlier, but it has been postponi 1
until afterthe exercises at thededic .
tion or. Randolph Macon Academy c i
the fourth of Juiy. Large numbe S
of our citizen- and distinguish* 1
guests, among them several bishoj .
clergymen. United Senators and tl i
governors of some of the Southei j
States, will be present to witness tl 2
splendid programme prepared 1. t
I'nsident Smith, closing with i
magnificent display of lire works ,? t
night.
We earnestly request all visitors i )
remain over till the fifth and attec l
this sale Of lots. All of the real esta. ?
agents are agents for the compan; .
The same lot will not be sold to se -'
era! purchasers, but as soon as a sa j
is affected it will be placed on tl ?*
bulletin board. The company hi 3
put the price low to induce persons 1 >
build, and with all who will contra? :
to build houses special terms will I s
made, it is not the policy of th j
company to boom, it offers lot .
which will double in value in si :
months, at low rates to bring citizei s
to the town. J. M. Berry, presiden :
R. B. Claytor, vice-president; J. 1 ?
Campbell, secretary, of Redford Cit ?
Landend improvement Company.
Bedford City. June 24.
june2Gtojulyu.
A Cnr.l frniii XV. S\ llntl'.
To tue Editor of the Times.
In your issue of the 28th I notice tt ?
statement that the City Council re?
fused to grant Waller }>. Hull A* Co
permission to erect cottages, A'C. .
wish to say that Waller P. Huff & Co
never asked permission to build co
cages anywhere and consequent!
could not have been refused. Hopin j
you will make this correction.
1 am, respectfully,
W vllbrP. Huff.
He paid tbirty-one dollars doctor'
bill for his wife in one year, and on
bottle of Bradfield's Female Reguh
tor did her more good than all th
medicine she had taken before. B
Dale, druggist, Carmi, III. Writ
Bradfield Regulator (Jo.. Atlanta Ga
for particulars. Sold by Budwell
Christian & Barbee. ?
An elegant assortment of chambe
and parlor suits have just been rc
ceived by E. II. Stewart & Co. je21
A CA BD.
As there seems to be an impressio:
that we have pledged ourselves t<
build an Opera House on the lots oi
Jefferson street, in which we holde
controlling interest, we desire tostat
that we have never directly or indi
rectly agreed to build said Oper;
House, having merely expressed ou
intention of doing everything consis
tent with our interests to promote the
enterprise. We would further stat<
that we were offered stock of the
Opera House Company upon condi?
tions that we would agree to build
said Opera House, and we declined
to purchase on any such basis. Wi
are, however, narij to entertain an}
any proposit ions looking to the build I
ing of an Opera House, a nd shall be
glad to co-operate with the citizens o i
Roanoke in securing this much needed
addition to our city.
Respectfully.
Roanoke Construction and im?
provement compan y.
;><>n't Trade Tor It.
All persons are hereby warned
against buying or trading for certifi?
cates of stock of the Baltimore and
Ohio Land Company, Salem, Va..
number 08. C'J. 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76,
77, 78, 79, 8d, as they were'issued by
mistake. H. G. BROWN, President.
Akers &: White have just received a
fresh car load of melon?, on market
today. . je28 lm.
The best fitting and most stylish
suits in the city at Geyers, on Camp
bell street. my20 tf
Marshall's Cafe?For a full course
dinner served :n A 1 style daily from
1 to 3 for 50 cents. ap5-tf
All our actions take their linos from
the complexion of the heart, as land?
scapes their variety from light.
Refrigerators and ice chests of var?
ious makes and sizes at E. H. Stewart
& Co.'s. je2l-tf.
The largest stock of lace curtians'in j
the city and at bottom prices at E.H.
Stewart*Co.'s. je21-tf ?
TUE north SAL.em LAM) CLUB.
Benntifnl Building Lots 50x150 Fe r
81.50 per Week, For 100 Weebtt.
Dummy line from Roanoke will pans
near this property and a connection
will be made with it,thns giving par t?
ies living here quick transit.
Land well watered and drained;acd
many villa sites will be included Jn
the drawings, some containing tv o
town lots of 100x300 feet. Chalybea e
water on premises or easy of accef i.
For romantic surroundings, love y
scenery and [accessibility this pro v
erty is unsurpassed. The telephone
line from Lake Spiing to Roanol e
Red Sulphur Springs passes throut h
this property.
A laboring man will lind here fine
range for burse, cow and pig, and his
thrifty wife an excellent place f >r
raising fowls.
The wealthy man will find he -e
villa sites unsurpassed in Virginia f >r
beauty of location.
The sportsman will find deer in a
short hunt. The writer started
one on the premises, and the moun?
tains are a short distance away.
To the dwellers in hot, dusty,
crowded cities, the delightfully cod,
pure atmosphere will be refreshing
and invigorating. A city man wl o
will build him a cabin here and rus i
cate two weeks in summer, will a< d
ten years to his life. The cabin can >e
built for $150, and we guarantee te i
ants at $00 per annum net, if you ce
sire it.
We guarantee 00 per cent, profit on
these lots, wben'paid for, ortaketht in
olT your hands.
No malaria here ; no doctors needf 3.
Four wives and children will )e
healthy and rosy and your doct >r
blue.
As only a limited number of these
lots will be sold at this low price,
those wishing to purchase had bettir
do so at once. Apply to H. (rarlai d
Brown, Salem. Va.; Mahood, Stone Sc
Co., Lynchburg, Va.; Oscar D. Derr Sc
Co., Roanoke, Va.: J. C. Parkinso i,
2011 E. .Marshall street. Richmond,
Va.: Wm. Mahone. jr., Lynchbur?,
Va.: Pat. McCall, Lynchbnrg, Va.; T.
B. Pharis & Co., Martinsville, Va.
The North Salem Land Company.?
President, J. R. C. Brown, sr.; vice
president, H . B. McLaughlin; secre?
tary and treasurer. W. E. Brown; gen?
eral manager, ELGr. Brown; attorney,
W. W. Ballard. Directors?J. F. Ac
Sorley, Mat. Byrne, Chas. Sco t,
Lynch burg, Va.; W. Lee Brand. Sale, j,
Va.: A. S. Asherry, Roanoke, Va.
b. St o. lam) company ok .salbu. v v.
President. H. Garland Brown, S i
leni; vice-president, Hon. John i.
Johnson. Christiansburg; seereta y
and treasurer, W. E. Brown, Sale)a;
attorney. Rush tJ. Derr, Roanol-e.
Directors?Hon. L. C. Arthur, B( 1
ford City: W. P. Francis.Marion. V- .;
Hubert Watts. Lynchbnrg; Geor re
(jravatt. Roanoke; J. D. Carr. Roa 1
oke; M. A. Lovett, Roanoke; J. 5.
Levy, president Citizens' bank, Roa i
oke.
Not too hot for B- A O. and Nor h
Salem Lot Clubs, but parties wee
going all day looking at and buyii .g
their lots. The cheapest and iiir st
desirable in the world this h >t
weather. Yesterday's Fales our large, t.
At this rate, won't have many h ft
Saturday.
Stockholders' Notice.?Stockhol 1
ers of the North Salem Land Coi t
pany of Salem will call at the office >f
Oscar D. Derr Sc Co., between ti e
hours of G and 10 p. m., Monday, 30 h
June.and presenttheir shares o/stoc c,
when paid up non-assessable stock w 11
be issued then for the number >f
shares subscribed to.
Subscriptions will also be taken o
the- Lot Clubs to be organized by tl e
North Salem Land Company.
All stock subscribed To and not pa d
for will be sold at public auction, u
the name of the parties defaulting.
Respectfully,
Mahood, Stoke Sc Co.,
Lynchburg, Va.
Oscar D. Derr & Co..
Roanoke, Va.
H. G. Brown Sz Co.,
Salem, Va.
H. W. Lke,
0-JO, Clinton Ave.
Baltimore, Md.
W. E. Simmers.
Washington, D. t .
Reuben Fixxkll,
with Neal Sc Paris,
Roanoke, Va.
It is an established fact that Joseph
Cohn, the Salem avenue clothier, h; s
the finest, largest and liest assor -
nient of ready-made clothing in tl e
city. Just listen to what he proposi s
to do in order to close his entire stoc c
before the season is over. He pr> -
poses for today (Saturday ), to divii e
bis entire stock into three grades.
First grade, embracing all of h s
finest suits. You can take your choi? 2
for $10.00
Second grade, including all mediui i
business and dress suits from $12.50 t j
$17 will be sold for $12.50.
Third grade, including all suits fo: -
merly sold as high as $12.50 will Lj
sold for $7.50.
We only ask that you consider th 3
above proposition, and if you are nc t
convinced that this is the greatest ir -
ducement altered this season by an I
firm jusr, call and we will soon cor.
vince you. Joseph Cohn the S?len,
avenue Clothier. Tailor and Hattei,
44 Salem avenue, Roanoke, Va.
EAST E>I> ADDITION.
Desirability of and Demands lor Lot t
There.
As the summer advances much a< ?
tivity in building operations i;
noticed, and many new houses are i i
process of construction. This natui ?
ally makes the real estate marke;
much firmer, and agents are corres ?
pondingly happy. Simmons & Cc
have been doing a rushing business
one of the best since the firm was es -
tablished. The East End proper!
is changing hands very rapidly, am
many new houses will be erected thi
season.
Among the prominent additions ii
the East End, is that of the Oal
Ridge Land Company. The additioi
lies just east of Belmont and south o'
the East Side Land Company's prop
erty and adjoins the farms of Messrs
George Taylor and G. W. Carr.
This offers every inducement as i
place of residence. It is removei
from the business portion of the city
and therefore gives a quiet, suburbar
home, while at the same time it if
near the dummy line and therefore
quite convenient to the city.
The land is high and dry and ha'
just enough slope to give it gooc
drainage. Gas and water mains art
being put in and new streets are be?
ing laid out. Everything is propi?
tious, and it is destined to take it*
proper place in the front rank. It is
located near the furnace, rolling mill,
bridge works and the machine works,
and offers, therefore, greater induce?
ments to the workingman, as it is
near his work. A number of neat
cottages are going up and others have
been contracted for.
James S. Simmons & Co. are agents
for the company, and they can give
good bargains. The property is go?
ing rapidly, and if yon want to obtain j
a good bargain call on them at once.
The prices for'the lots are low and
the terms easy, so every man can own
his own home. ?
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, j
balance in one and two J&**;s Call
early as choice lot? are being sold rap-1
idly; Gray&Boswell. jttftlOtf!
FIRST-CLASS BUTTER,
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND, AT
mar23-tf
GROCERY, 148 SALEM AVENUE
C. H. JORDAN,
R. N. McCANDLiSH,
E. H. CLOWES.
Buena Vista, Virginia,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND INSURANCE.
myl5 3m._
Ef a Lot in Fairyiew Cemetery.
At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the
FAIR VIEW CEMETERY COMPANY,
It was decided to put their lots on Uu market at once. As I was appointed
a^ent for the Bale ~r these lots, I. will take great pleasure in taking my friends
?nd the public, at any time, to see tl em. The company has recently, nt con?
siderable cost, improved and beautified the grounds, which makes it one of the
handsomest cemeteries in the city.
Parties purchasing prior to the 1st of September will be allowed a disccunt of
)0 per cent.
EAMS ALWAYS RE
Respectfully,
J. TS. F? A Til Ell i; TON,
Of Featherston, Andrews & Co.,
5 tf. ; 32 'Campbell street, Roanoke. Va
FRED C- FOARD, B. D. DOWNEY. W. 0. HARDOWAY.
North, Carolina. Erederick, Md. Amelia Co., Va. Jj
1
FOAR
W1I & HARDOWA
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
ROOMS 3 and -1. MOOMAW BUILDING, JEFFERSON STREET ROAN?
OKE, VIRGINIA.
Will buy and sell Real Estate in Roanoke and any other section of Southwest
Virginia.
4
Patties having land tc sell, bouses to rent or wishing to mfcke invttlnitms in >r;
Real Estate will do well by communicating with ua at once.
Six New Six-Room Houses for Sals
V.
Siluattou Central, Commanding Fine Views. Prices moderate. Terms
easy, Properly in all pans of the c 1 y for for Sale. jun 2? lw.
THOMAS & BURNS.
Never in the remarkable history of our big and fast increasing trade, or dur
iug any of our former great Special SJes, has t litre been such
Universal Satisfaction,
such demonstration approval or such in out-poariug of the people as during
our wonderful and unprecedented $9.75 and $11.75 Special Sale. The way thtt^
were nobbled up iu a few days, show? conclusively how they were appreciated.
THIS AND NEXT WEEK
WE ARE READY WITH
Hot Weather Things.
Boys' summer coats and vests, 65c to $2.00 Meus' othce coals, (good ones)
50c; seersucker coats and vests, $5c; <;enuine India Seersucker coats and vests,
ftr $1.75. All shades, Mohair and Pongees from $300, coats and vests, to $?'?.00
White and Fancy Vests ?
I are quite the thing, aud largely worn this season, and wo are selling lots of
tbembecause we have a large and tiae stock, and our prices are extremely aud
invitingly LOW.
HS SUITS FII $5 TO 125.
BOVS' ?L'ITSI KOM$3TO $
CHILDREN'S SUITS FROM $2 TO $10
MEN'S, BOYS', YOUTH'S,
?AND?
CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS,
IN ALL STYLES
SATIN-LINED AISPECIALTY.
Furnishing|Departinent. Complpt
CLOTHING!-Y
FRANK BROS.
Wrtght Blo6k Jefferson Street.

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