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THE ROANOKE TIMES.
( A ULY AND WEEKLY)
Va Independent Democratic paper
d? voted to the material and political
o jrests of Roanoke and Southwest
v i ginia._
?o you advertise ?
?To discontinue au advertisement,'*
s.-ys John Wanamaker, ""is like takiug
? 5wc your sign. If you want to do
business you must let the] public know
it I would as soou think of doing
lisiuess without clerks as without
sam jones. of carters vi l ee.
Zur. Sam Joxi:s,of Cartersville, Ga.,
. Hho editor of the Norfolk Virgin?
ian, are having a monkey and parrot
t a? of it down in the City by the Sea.
1 ie editor opened the battle :
it is difficult to realize that a man
f ' ,o pretends to convert sinners from
_. il ways should utter such course,
. td ar times blasphemous language
ore audience which contains so|
,n:j Christian ladies and gentlemen:
! v">uy modest girls and innocent:
children and venerable matrons. |
This city has never before witnessed .
r eh an exhibition of coarseness in
tguage from a stand erected for the
? herance of God's honor and glory-.
\ lie commonest vendor of disrepute
I -nostrums, who cries aloud from
.-? reet corners The value of his wares,
Lover equalled in slang the utterances
< this man, who dares to point the
road to Heaven by means of suchbil
Sam didn't like this, aad lost no time
i comics hack at the editor in his us
c ? style, tue same style that had been
i iticised so sovere'.y.
If all the strumpets, barkeepers and
; -rublers were to go to work clapping
\, ith me. 1 would leave town. Its be
c vn6o they are against me that lam
i,'filing them. and. after some further
i ustrations and strong arguments.
1 ? went on.
it the newspapers of the country
i old hurt me 1 would have been
? ad long ago, but they can't hurt me.
' ' leu ants era\vl over me, they can
i< !y make me itch.
I have never said a vulgar word
from this stand, ami the man who
s ys I have is a foul-mouth liar. 1
I tve m< t conditions in Norfolk which
r quire plain talk. * >; * 1
an dl say Vor the editor of the Virginian
i he wants to do good in the town,
1 himgo around and visit these poor
? milies. And he informs us this
v orning that some people have writ
t 0 :o him commending his course.
There is a great deal more of this
: the same vein, but we refrain fron:
] .?iuticg it in these columns. The
'.. :mes has always tried toTuruish its
r uders with a clean wholesome paper,
t, ..taper to be read in the home circle
i ? mothers and fathers and young peo
1 e, hence there can seldom be found
i: It extracts from Mr. Sam Jones'
a leged sermons.
Mr. Jones is not many degrees re
u ,-ved from a black-guard;his is the lan
?, .^ge of the street and if it were used
i the pr.r!o;- of auy respectable gentle
i .tu, the speaker wot: d be thrown in
t: e street. We canuot couceive how
? .jated and refined people can lister:
t him in some of his moods, but it is
0 .ly natural that the coarse, vulgar.
a..d sensation loving should dock to
1: at this Crocker from tlie backwoods
The clever,? conservative, studious
n laisters of the church are good
c ough for us.
the wobid .s fair.
Chicago is having lots of trouble
1 ..h Ihn great World's Fair, aod now
? c -ibtless wishes sbo hadn't --took and
?. ne and dono it.''
They are undfuiubly in a bad way.
3 y Lave not the nacessary funds.
T cy cf-cnot agree upon a site, and as
yr-t they have done no practical work
t -wards making a success of the great
s 'lerne. This is regret' able, for if there
b :u exhibition worth seeing the work
s mid commeuce at o;.ce.
If the city of big-footed aud blonde
haired women, as weh as beer aud
1 rks, finds herself unequal to the task
s j has undertaken she should sc re
n. rk and call upon the country for
h dp. And it is not to be supposed
that that call will be long in comiug.
tue georhmn fourth.
in the uiws columns of the Times
tl i morning, will be found a descrip
l: a of how the Fourth of July will be
celebrated in this city rnd its vicinity.
The day promises to bo generally ob?
served in Roanoko as it should be. It
is the day of all othors that Americans
s uld observe with rejoicing, and it is
v. 1! that the South is adopting the
a. Tudcpcndauce day has never
t ten very high rank as a holiday in
t * South. It ha3 always been essen
t !iy a Northern holiday, aud there it is
c lebrated just as we celebrate Christ?
mas and New Year's here.
It seems odd to the visitor to the
>' irjtb to hear cannons boom, see
si ect parades and flagraising, be pur
su id by the deafening oyster-horn on
t Fourth! Just as odd as it is to the
N ?rthern visitor here, to see aud hear
tb?Se things on Christmas in the South.
u;s an interesting sign of the times
tc see tlie custom of observing the
Fourth coming into vogue here. Ten
sy tri ago it was not thought of, and
even now it smacks of a transplanted
c 3l ?u to the old Southerner. But it
serves to show that ?.i two sections
u< e being daily knitgcloser together,
a; d this is what all good citizens want
[n another column of this paper will
b found an extract from the New
Y irk Herald, under the caption "Why
N t a Southerner?"
Tiio writer asks why it is that a
S ltberner cannot be nominated for
Resident, and then goes on to demon?
s'.-<tta that there is no good reason why
he should not be. The best men in the
D uocratic party today are from this
st tipn and they perhaps always will
b,?. Now if we want the best man to
b . resident the question "Why not?"
is n moat pertinent and timely one.
vx. this matter, we should know no
N;;th, no East, no South, no West;
tfSt the boat man should be selected ro- i
gardless of his nativity. If our civiliza?
tion is advancing this should be so, if
we continue to be a nation of bigots it
can never he. The question is one that
grows ami it is being taken up all over
The citizen the calibre of whose
mind is so small that he would vote for
or against a man because that man
came frcm auy particular section is not
worthy the name of American.
A It ASK FAILURE,,
Complaints aro frequent that the
postal service is not what it ought to
I be. Tue Lyuchburg Virginian wants
to know why this is. It seems to us
that the expert employes of the depart?
ment could spend their time better n
attending to their duties rather than in
fiading out whether the wives of poal
mastera are attending to their duties
or whether the postmaster himself is
playing poker after business hours.
Wasavakeu makes a eery good mer?
chant, tut as a Postmaster Ceueral he
is a raul. failure.
IS ? ?Tni?7m*T Tatce no shoes tinlesa
RA II 1 IHN W.L.Dcnjlai'nimipand
?nV * AV&l price nrc urnmpwl on the
bottom. If the dealer carnot Mipply yon.
?end direct to factory, enclosing n?vertistu
Fine Coif. Heavy Laced Grain and Creed*
Best In the world. Exnndne hi*_
6.S.00 GENUINE HAND-SEWED SHOE.
84.00 HAND-SEWED WE ET SHOE.
CS3.no EDUCE AND FARMERS' SHOE.
92.50 EXTRA VALUE CALF -SHOE. _
?2,23 A 82 WORK ING M EN 'S SHOES. _
83.00 and 81.75 ROYS' SCHOOL SHOES.
All nade In Congress, But'on and Lace.
S3 & $2 SHOES uTAEs.
81.75 SHOE FOR MISSES.
Beat Material. Beut Styl-?. Best Fitting,
W. L. Douglas, Brockton. lla&a. Sold by
jaulleod-Cm tu th sat
Loteria fle la Benencencia Publica]
STATE OF Z AC A TEC AS, MEXICO,
I A syndicate capitalists have secured |
j the concession for operating this
And have extended its business j
throughout the United States
and British America.
The drawing will taki> place on the]
27thof each month, not excepting]
Sundays and holidays.
Below will be found a ii stof the prizes
which will be drawn on
Jure 27th, 1890,
At Zacatecas, Mexico,
and continued monthly thereafter.
Capital Prize, $150,000.
.00.000 Tickets at .? 10; Halves. $5;
Tenths. *1; American Currency.
LIST OF PRIZES:
1 PRIZE OF$150,000is $150,000
1 PRIZE OF 51,000 is 50,000
1 PRIZE OF 25,000 is 25,000
3 PRIZES OF l(,0"0are 30.000
2 PRIZES OF r,0i'0are 10,000
5 PRIZES OF ?,0o0are 10,000
10 PR IZES OF 1,0U0 are 10.000
20 PRIZES OF 5(i0 are 10,000
200 PRIZES OF 2U0 are 40,000
300 PR'.ZES OF 150 are 45.000
500 PRIZES OF 100 are 50,000
150 PRIZES OF $150 are $22,500
150 PRIZES OF M0 are 15,000
150 PRIZES OF 50 are 7,500
000 Tei minal Prizes of 50 are 40,050
Club Rates: G Tickets for $50.
Special Rates arranged with]
AGENTS WANTED in every town]
and city in United States and British]
The payment of prizes is guaranteed
bv a special deposit of five hundred
thousand dollars ($500 000), with the
State Government, and approved by
Jesus Arechiga, Governor.
Drawing under the personal super?
vision of Lie. Herminio Arteaga, who
is appointed by the Government as
"I Certify tftat with the State
Treasurer all necessary guarantees are
deposited, assuring full payment of
j all prizes of this drawing.
Remittances must be either by New
: York Draft, Express or Registered
; Letter, American money. Collections
\ can be made by Express Companies or
Hanks. Tickets sent direct to manage
i ment will be paid by drafts on New
York, Montreal, St. Paul, Chicago,
! San Francisco or City ol Mexico. For
I further information address
JUAN P1EDAD, Manager.
mv21-ly Zacf.tecas, Mexico.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Improved and unimproved property for
st.le in all parts ot the city.
RENTING A SPECIALTY
The only Agents in the City
that Handle Exclusively Prop?
erty Inside of the Corporation,
t.nd are Agents for the Exchange
Building and Investment Company.
Your patronage respe.ct.ully solicited.
No. 114 Jefferson street, Roanoke, Va.
GR AY^ Bos WELL.
(Late of R. H. Adams & Co.,
? Shirts to Order Unlaundried, $6.00.
6 Best Shirts to Order Laundried,$9.00.
Commerce Street and Salem A venu?.
Over Gambill &? Co's.
OVER $1,000,000 DISTRIBUTED.
Louisiana Stats Lottery Company
Incorporated by the Legislature,
for educational aud charitable pur?
poses, aud its franchise made a part
of the present, state constitution in
1879 by an overwhelming popular
To Oo.a-tirtiiia Until
January 1, 1895.
!i- mmol!) diawings take place
semi-anuaaii . hi (June and Decem?
ber), an-.i : . Grand Single Number
Drawings take place in each of the
other ten mouths of the year,
and are all drawn in public at the
Academy of Music, Now Orleans, La.
FA.Mid) FOR TWENTY' YEARS
for integrity of its drawings, and
prompt payment of Frizes.
Attested as follows:
"Wido hereby certify that we supers
Vise the arrangement for all the
monthly and. semi-annual drawing'
of the Louisiana State Lottery Com?
pany, and inperson manage and con?
trol the drawings themselces,and that
the same are conducted with honesty,
fairness, and in good faith toward all
parties,and we authorise thtcompauy
to use this certificate, withfac similes
of our signatures attach.ed, in its ad?
We the undersigned Banks and
Bankers will pay all prizes drawn
in the Louisiana State Lotteries which
may be presented at our counters.
R. M.Walmsley,Presu:eut Louisiana
Pierre Lauaux, President State Na?
A. Baldwin, Presides New Orleans
CarlKohn,President Union National
Grand Monthly Drawing,
At the Academy of Mi sic, New Or?
leans, Tuesday, July 15th, 1890.
CAPITAL rUIZE, $i:J00,m)O
100,000 Tickets at $2C each; Halves
$10; Quarters, $5; Tenths, $2; Twen?
list of pri7hs.
1 prize or $1100,000 is.*:!00,000
1 prize of 100,000 is. 1UU,00U
1 prize of 50,000 is. 50,000
1 prize of 25,000 is . 23,000
2 prizes of 10,000 an. 36,000
5 prizes of 5.000 are. 25,000
25 prizes of 1.000 are. 25,000
100 prizes of 500 art. 50,000
200 prizes of 300 art. (10,000
500 prizes of 200 art . 100,000
100 prizes of $500 are_ $50,000
100 " of 300 are.30,000
100 " of 200 are. 20,000
terminal im! /ks.
i 999 prizes of $ jOOare., $999.900
900 " of $100 are.f...$99.900
8,144 prizes, amounting :o....$1,054.800
NOTE?Tickets drawing capital
prizes are not entitled to terminal
J^" For club rates or any further
information desired, write legibly to
the undersigned, clearly stating your
residence, with state, county, street
and number. More rapid return mail
delivery will be assured by your en
i closing an envelope bearing your full
Address M. A. DAUPHIN
New Orleans, La.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
"Washington. D. C.
By ordinary letter con' aining money
order issued by all express companies,
New York exchange, diaft or postal
Address REGISTERED LETTERS CM :.U.\i.\C ITIIKEMT
to New Orleans National Bank, New
Orleans, L; .
Remember that the payment of
prizes is guaranteed by four Na?
tional Banks of New Or eaus, and the
tickets are signed by tin: president of
an institution whose chartered rights
are recognized in the 1 jghest court;
therefore, beware of all imitations or
Remember that the Supreme Court
of the United States has decided that
the Louisiana State Lottery Co., has
a contract with the Statt of Louisiana,
which does not expire until January
OCEAN SHORE PARK HOTEL
S VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA.
The Ocean Shore Pa k Hotel, Vir
ginia Beach, in Princess Anne county,
Virginia, at the ocean terminus of tlie
Norfolk andVirginia Btach Railroad
offers to the public a lorg-felt want.
It is an ocean shore resort within
the means of all. The hotel is new,
being its first season, with a first class
table, large, airy rooms, and newly
THE BATHING. The surf bath?
ing is unsurpassed by ouy upon the
Atlantic coast. The absence of any
undertow being a marked, feature.
The temperature of the water is
warmer, and the bathing more pro?
longed than on the New Jersey, or
Long Island Coast.
HEALTH RESORT. As a health
resort, it lias been pronounced as com?
pared with Atlantic City- and Fort?
ress Monroe, to have many superior
natural advantages, both winter and
AMUSEMENTS. Surf and' still
water bathing, Crabb. ug, Bowling,
Tennis, Horseback and Switch-back
riding may be indulged in. Music
throughout the season. The Western
Union Telegraph Company has an
office on the Beach.
TRANSPORTATION. There are
seven strains daily (except Sunday),
each way between Norfolk and Vir?
ginia Beach. Four trains each way
on Sunday. For all of her informa?
GEO. H. OUACKENBOS,
Ocean Shore Park Hotel,
je9 tf._Virginia Beach, Va.
CLEANING and REPAIRING
You will save money by bringing
your dirty clothes to be cleaned or
dyed and repaired to ne. Charges
moderate. Work first class.
Corner Campbell and Henry streets
Roanoke, Va. tf
CHENANDOAH VALLEY HAIL
S. F. Tyleb, Receive:.
Schedule in effect June, 2, 1890.
ARRIVE at roanoke.
5 f!0 p. iu. Daily?Memphis" Express,
fromHagerstown and the
north. Through Pullmah
_ sleeping cars from New
ypk&tt York and Philadelphia to
Chattauooga and Mem?
phis via Harrisburg, Ha?
gerstown and Roanoke,
.40 a. m. Daily? New Orleans ex?
press from New York,
Philadelphia aud Balti?
more, making connection
through |,to the south
Carries through Pullman
palace buffet sleeping car
from Philadelphia to New
Orleans without change
via Harrisburg, Hagers
town, Koanoke, Cleve?
land, Calera, and L. Hi N.
lb avk roanoke.
5.15 a.m. Daily?Baltimore express
from all points south for
and Nov.- York. Car?
ries Pullman palace
buffet sleeping car from
Roanoke to Philadelphia
without change, via Ha
gerstowu and Harrisburg. 1
7.20 p. iu. Daily?New York und
Philadelphia expi ess,
from Memphis, Chat?
tanooga and allj
points south. For Phil-:
adelphia and New York.
Carries Pullman Palace !
buffet sleeping cars
through to Philadelphia
and New York via Koan?
oke, Hagerstown and
Ticket agents will furnish all infor
mation and through schedules upon
O. HOWARD ROYER.
Q. P. & T. Agent, Roanoke. Va.
JJORFOLK (,v WESTERN RAIL
Schedule in effect May 11th, 1890.
10:05 am. Daily; arrive Bristol 4.00
j) m. Stops at all sta?
tions, connecting at Rad
ford with trains on New
River Branch: arrivingi'o
cahontas at 8:35 p m.
5:15 p m. Daily, arrives Radford 7.20
p. m.. connecting with
New River branch at 7:85
p. m., for Bluelield and
Pocanontas; arrives Poca
hontas 10:55 p. m. Arrives
Dri^tol 11:20 p. IU., con?
necting with E. T., V. ii
(-f. R. It. for all points
south and west: has
Pullman Palace Sleeper,
Roanoke to Rome, via
C?lera and Roanoke to
Memphis without change.
7:55 am. Daily, arrive Radford 9:15
a m, connecting with New
River Branch. leaving
Radford 12:10 p.in.,arrives
Bristol 12.40 pin., connects
with E. T., V, & Gr. R. R.
for all points south and
west; has Pullman Palace
Sleeper from Roanoke to
New Orleans without
leave RoAXOIiK. g
5:25 am. Daily; for Lynchburg, Pe?
tersburg, Richmond, (via
Petersburg and R. & P. R.
R.,) Norfolk and interme?
diate points; Connectsjat
Lynchburg with V. M. R.
j R'forWasuingtouaud the
;* cast, leavbag " Lyncliburgj
? 7:-10 a m daily. Arrives
Norfolk 2.uu p m connect?
ing with steamer lines to
Baltimore and New Vor':
7:20 p m. Daily; for Lynchburg and
10:10 a m. Daily; arrives Lynchburg
11:59 a m,connecting with
V. M. R. R. for all points
north, arriving Washing?
ton 7:05 pin; arrives Pe?
tersburg 4:20 p.m; arrives
Richmond, via P.. A" P. R.
R., 5:05 p m; arrivesNor
folk 7.00 p m;
Cripple Creek ExrenMon?Lean s
Pulaski 8:15 a m. Daily except Sun-j
day, and 3:00 p m. Daily, arrive Ivan
hoe 9:15 a m and4:30 p in. Returning j
leave Iyanhoc 10:25 a in. Daily excenr
Sunday, and 5:25 p m. Daily, arrive
Pulaski 11:55 a m and 0:30 p m.
All inquiries as to rates, routes, etc.,
W. B. bbyill,
Gehl Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Chas. G. Eddy, vice-president.
General Offices, Roanoke.
The reason RADAM'S MICROBE
KILLER is the mostj
is because ir lias nev?
er failed in any in?
stance, no matter
what the disease,
from Leprosy to the
kuown to the human
The scientific men
of today claim and prove that every
Caused By Microbes,
exterminates the microbes and drives
them out of the system, and when
that is done you cannot have an ache
I or pain. No matter what the disease,
: whethera simple case of malaria fever
or a combination of diseases, we euro
them all at the same time, as we treat
all diseases constitutionally
Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh,
Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Kidney and
Li ve rD isease, C h i 11 s a n d Fe v e r, Fem al e
Troubles, in all its forms, ami, in fact,
every disease known to the human
Beware of Fraudulent Imitations.
See that our Trade Mark (same as
above) appears on each jug.
Send for book "History of the
JOHNSON fr JOHNSON.
Druggists, Sole agents, Cor. Jellerson
and First ave.. S. W.
The annual meetinc; of the Stock?
holders of the Bell Printing and Man?
ufacturing Company, will be held in
the counting room of the J. P. Bell
company, at Lynchburg, Va.. on the!
1 7th of Julv, 1S:j0 at 12 ml
ED. L. STONE, L. G. BELL,
Manager. Secretary'. |
jel4 taw 2w.
A. L. GORLET, President.
S. P. (iORLKT, Vice President.
J. s. SIMMONS, Sec'y and Treas.
Brick and Tile Works,
Manufacturers of first-class Brick of
all kinds, including No. 1 Press Brick,
Draining Tfle, Arc. Works on West
i Campbell street, Roanoke, Va. Box
FINE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS PROPERTY,
IN ANY PART OF ROANOKE. CALL C OR ADDRESS
L. L. POWELL & COMP A N Y
in. 4i II
Roanoke Va. ' Office, Stewart Building Third Avenue, Opposite City Postoffice.
?AGENTS FOR REAL ESTATE?
Office Mootnaw Building Jello:-on Street. Sell or Exchange
Houses and Lotssra Roanoke and Vicinity
?CORRESPONDE >'CE SOLICITiiD.
G I V E U A CAL L.
lt. .f. T. HILL,
inch l<i 11
NO. 5 Salem Avenue. - - FULL STOCK
J?"" REPAIRING PROM PTLY EXECUTED
Physician and Surgeon,
Offers his professional services to the j
citizens of Roanoke. Dummy leave3 everv hour fronvc<
tijr,mn _OFFICE HODRb- nua- On and after Sunday, ] icember
8 to 10 a. m., 12 to 1 p. in., 3 to 4.30' 3, 1889, the fare will be as follows :
p m.,7.30 to 10 p- m-_sep24Cm City limits, 5 cents; Vinton 10 cents.
s'griffin I J- allen watts. I tTit*els (:U!,1 [>e Purchased al reduci (3
h. ?.Kt**i^<. i ratC3 by applying to the conductor or
attheoUice of the Company (Didlej
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, , bmlding). J. F. CHRISTIAN,
Roanoke, - - - - Virginia. jan4rti sir tu
Office : Room No. 5, Kirk's building ; QVVJf \ TbViT? 5> w
corner Salem avenue and Jefferson St.. * 1 iKj t 1 UJa AiJ^J 1?
ROOMS FOR RENT
IL S. MORRISON.
W. S. GOOCH,
N. Pi RTE
Vice L*rci dent.
E,H. L. CHILES.
Sec'y & Tr,
OFFICE: IN CITIZ1 \'S" BANK BUILDING,
MAKES AND NEGOTIATES 1IRST-CLASS INVESTMENTS.
IN FRONT OF !'. SSENGER DEPOT I
< Commercial Tourists Home, %
_.j and Headquarter for those desi ing Fir^t-Class Accommodations
? ?.0n;i;es ?od Kooius for rent it; the
ATTORNEY AT LAW. j ^,ll>'IIotcI Building, which has recent!?
Office Room No. 1, Thomas Build- converted into an office I ai dii
iug, Court House Square, Roanoke. j REST LOCATION IN CITY.
Va. All business promptly attended to M?nnfTA?.An<
-!-!_?- /T^g^entmtendputiiogapassci :ei
P. STAPLES, elevator in the hoilding
! v E'echic lights and gas in all rooms.
Attorney-at-Law, For terms, apply tc
Roanoke, Va. n P n
Offloe: Corner Salem avenue and| La t?m t^ OWCk! CO1
Commerce streets, over Wertz's trro- mn?.;, .. , JJ** '
eery._'_myUtf. ! mv3.tf Upp08,te postofficc.
11 () .M Xs"wTm 1LL E R,
At (orney-at-La w.
Office?No. 10 Kirk building, over : nn
Johnson A; Johnson's Drug Stun-. ?? 1? JIC'I'S,
o. b. moomaw, i jxo. w. woods,
I'otetiurt county. | Roanoke countv.
MOOMAW & WOODS,
kVtl i notice in the courts of Rounok; n .,? , "
city and county and counties adjoinitii:. Wi! ?eating by Steam, ][<?: Water or Hot
attend the courts of loanoke andBotttour; Air Furnaces
egularly. Office?Salem Avcnne, opposite _
tcwart's Furniture Store. Boanole. \u roofing, guttering, spouting
FTJQUA & BOAZ,
Gas j ukI
Large saiBie ko
S. A. VICK,Proprietc \ Member A. T. B. A.
I ONE TO FI V E DOLLARS.
x cut \\ vtes ON' "AI i.ROAD T 2KET BOUGHT OF ME TO ALL
O, VON NERTA,
1405 F. Street, Washington, D. C. _
401 JEF1 Eli? on st ,
roanoke, - - - virginia.
Estimates cheerfully given on tin? hue
(if work. joG 6ni
rii?ROPEAM HOTEL ANDCAFS
yiRCHER L. PAYNE,
attorney-at-l a W,
Roanoke, Va. r ^
j. i. Marshall & Co., Prop'rs.
Office on Commerce street, near Conn .T,-.,.,^
House. NUMBER 15, SALEM A VF
Special attention given to examina
tion of titles to and matters connected fin^HI TW-' ftnTFl UTTfll 1
with real estate. W^A |JAl fifiU BlU :
IF YOU WAIT TO II HEY INVEST IN)
BOAH0KS S SAL ESTATE.
FOR EXAMPLE :
Three lots bought for 17,0 o five months ago, sold foi
$ 3 5.oco ast weeic
Similar Instarces E^umerous^
Oi. W. HANSBROUGH.
SAM. (i. WILLIAMS.
rjANSBRC )l'd H_& WILLIAMS,
i ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
(l Room No. 11, - Moomaw Building
j Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va.
I Will practice in the Hustings court of
j the city of Roanoke, Court of Ap
A Ju jj
he citv of Roanoke, Court of Ap T ?J n Tf fj n u 0 HI Y7 I T^
?ealsof Virginia and United States ?l V H I C M L ?i
listnct courts. mar25-tf ^
nea! EsU te Agents,
Amenta for all kinds of property, hnpro ed ami unimproved, city and surburbau
HR. EDWIN P. WRIGHT. ?.ooms handsomely furnished v i
Jj DENTIST, late of Richmond. Va antJqueoak furniture.
Office in Didier Building, cor. Jeffer- i)RINKS OF
son and Campbell streets.
Special attention to bleaching dis ?EVERY DESCRIPTION,?
colored teeth by a process of his own
invention. All* work guaranteed and We keep the following branrlF ol
at moderate figures. Terms cash. [whiskey on hand: Belle of Nelson,
my3?3m j Gibson,Hunter, Wilson, Walker's' Id
_- Malt, Alderney and Clover Club.
JKINNEY, M. D. These are amout the finest whiseys
practice limited to [^"Billiard and pool roojus attached.
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose =
OFFICE?Over 0"Leary, Campbeh
street. mv27 Urn
Hardwood & Slate
Tiles lantel Facings, Hearths, ;
Plain nd Inlaid Tiles for Floor, &c.
Grates, Brass Goods, and Fire*
place Appurtenances. 1
Catalogues furnished on application.
Telethoni! 1482 [Please mention th!i paper,
Fo. 124 North Howard Street, Baltimore, Md.
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Roanoke and Driving Park Line.
attorney at law. TIME TABLE,
(Late of the Martinsville Bar.)
WO. HARD AWAY,
^jLate 01 tue iiiartinsviue ?ar.) r\nii,, !7v/>/?^+ c?,
Courts: Roanoke and adjoining i ^illi} JliXCCpt feli?Hlay
counties. Office No. :303 Secr?.^ o*
Thomas Building, Ccurin ^.i. j scj :tarv
TYR. W. S. GREGORY,
OFFICE?Next door to First National
Bank. Salem avenue,
w. a. pe:)KaO & co.,
r' 1 c
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
and dealers iu all kiads of
COOKING and HEATING STOVES,
Cars will leave for park, at corner
Commerce street aud Shcnandcak
avenue at 8.00, 9.30, and 11.00 a. ra.,
1.30, 3.00 and 4 30 p. m.
Returning, leave park at 8.45, 10.15
and 11.45 a.m., 2.1.'), 3.45 aud 5.15 p.m.
Care will leave for Driviug Park
I very hour, commencing at 8.00 a. m.
ROANOKE AND VINTON LINE.
Cara will leave front of Union Pas
I Beuger depot daily for Vufton every
30 minutes, commencing at 8.00 a. m.
J. F. CHRISTIAN,
an3-tf General Manager.
Snouting and Jobbing.
J. C. FURROW,
J. C. Furrow & Co.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENTS.
OFFICE OVER E. DIDI :iVS GROCERY STORE.
118 Jefferson Street,-Koanoke, Ya.
WE RESPECTFULLY SOI LCIT YOUR PATRONAGE.
C O N T R A 0 T I NG.
Street Grading, V-~
or Excavating of Any Kind,
Either in Earth or Rock,
Plumbing and Gas-Fitting, Roofing! by the Yard or on
I I now have a road' machine espe
i cially adapted to grading new streets
19 Salem Avenue, ROANOKE, VA.: and slwpiug of old ones The work
L. F. BURKS, graves sims,
I tf. P. ?) BOX 20. ROANOKE, VA
GAS and STEAM FITTER. Hounoko, Virffini?.
And dealer in all kinds of Plumber, S?1?? Avenue, bcticeen Jcffermn
Gas and Steam Fitters' Supplies, j ??<i Henry Sfrecta,
Prompt Attention t" Oh!*? and J. B. Lkvy, President. Late cashier
Satisfaction Guaraiue d. Commercial Rank, Roanoke, Va.
1 John Ott, Cashier. Late-cashier
715 Main Street, ! City Rank. Richmond, Va.
LYNCHBURG, V A. Accounts of banks, bankers, corpor?
is Commerce Street. |ations, merchants, and individuals
iel'2-3mo ROANOKE, VA.. solicited. Our facilities for doin-a
-_-.- general banking business are eauafto
UNIVERSAL ELECTRIC RAIL-' to any banking house in Vir-?nK
U WAY SIGNAL COMPANY. ! Collections a specialty and prompt
Stockholders' Meeting. j remittances made. Interest allowed
A general meetingof the Stockholm ! ?D ??Deposit? ml8.tf
GEO. ALLEN. C. C. TOI iPKINS. C. l. HATCHER.
ALLEN, TOMFK1NS & HATCHER,
REAL ESTA te agents.
OFFICE?Main Street, Opposite I otel Lucerne, S?"lEM, VIRGINIA.
AGENTS FOR THE SA LE OF PROPERTY OF
ers of the Universal Electric Railway j
Signal Company will be held in Rich?
mond, Va. on Wednesday, June 25th,
1800, at 5 oclock p. m. in the rooms of
the Bar Association, corner of 11th
and Main streets. Stockholders who'
cannot be present in person, are re-1
quested to appoint proxies to repre-!
sent them at the meeting. By order j
of the Board of Directors.
JAMES R. BRANCH, !
je 19 lw Sec'y and Treasurer.
J R. HOCKADAY,
Roau?ke aty, Va.
105Firjst st., S.
AGENTS FOR THE SA LE OF PROPERTY OF rpHE STRONGEST FINANCIAL, i "- ^*?'?-??'*?'? ?V ?
WEST SALEM I AND COMP AMY, 4hoInK!?te I?i!StS^f_2^n!!Lff^*BulIdi,>'r
ppsitp. dr?Ss-tf. I a. w. mJlh ?&9fld4 street
"The Salem Improvement Co., and al other Salem Land Companies. Prop?
erty in all parts of the city. Also, Faim, Mineral and Coal Lands.
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