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SOMETHING TO EAT
what everybody is looking for. We have jiot the time nor 8pace 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
AFIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE.
OCR PRICES WILL SUIT YOU. YOUR PATRONAGE
IS SOLICITED. RESPECTFULLY,
L. H. BRUGH,
TO THE PUBLIC.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
noimeiiig to the public that we are
receiving daily our
-SUCH AS A FINEj LINE OP
We make a specialty in mourn inj:
Goods.WO piecesoi Dress Ginghams
from ti cents upwards. We have a
splendid line of ToweRs, Napkins
and Table lines. Our
SUCH AS BANDKE RCHIEFS, LA
dies1 and Children's Hose.cannot be
WE HAVE JOST -RECEIVED
Over one thousand pieces oi Swiss and
Hamburg Edgings, flouncings in
black and white.
Do Not Make up aay More
Underwear when you can buy them
at 29 cents and ?'J cents apiece in
gowns as well as skirts.
Try one of cur Kabo Corsets
as they are guaranteed for twelve
We Are the Agents for the
Poster Kid Gloves, the best on the
We Keep a Full Line of
Headed Capes as low as ^0.00 a
In Fact Y?u Can Find Any?
thing that is kept in a first-class dry
?roods house at the lowest prices.
Do not pass us by, but come in, as
we take a pleasure "in showing goods.
322 SALEM AVENUE.
BUY -YOU A HOM
A great majority will, of course, say 1
am not able. I have only a small in?
come and my fairily must ho sup?
How Can I Buy a
Home With Small
n S RIVES,
A Very Easy Question To
National Capital Savings.
Building and Loan
North : America,
Affords: a means by which
every individual can
own his own
by be ug careful with your earnings.
For pt:ticulars regarding stock and Luc
manner by which }ou can secure a
home, apply to
OHAS. B. OIGHT,
IVc. ]7 Campbell Sre et
Seal Estate Agents,
There has been wonderful ac?
tivity in city real estate in the
List two weeks, even for
i 'oanoke. Several hundred
tnousand dollars worth of pro?
perty changed hands at hand?
some profits. Otc lot for
example, which sold for seven
thousand five hundred dollars
eight days ago, was resold
yesterday for eleven thous?
and dollars. Doz ens ofsimi
hr examples might be given.
Have you been making any
money dealing in Roanoke
MILWAUKEE LA3ER BEER
CHAMPAGNE OH DRAUGHT
Are the Best Sum?
ONLY- AT HOTEL FELIX.
Is a Nice Summer
CHAMPAGNE Oi DRAUGHT
Well, if you haven'tits yo u
REAL ESTATE Ajrt's
MMXIA I. liOCAJL NOTICES
Marshall's Cafe?The popular re?
sort, furnishes a first-class dinner
daily from 1 to 3 for ;>0 cents. ap5-tf
?Plaster your house with Marble
Rock lime, best on ths market. Ifyou
don't believe it, call on Carner & Co.,
sole ageats. Remember thev are the
cheapest sash, door and blind manufac
urera in the city. Satisfaction guaran
Buy i our cooking stoves from M.H,
Jennings & Co., near market house.
Salem a venue. f
Artists material at Picken's.
Stove:;! Btoves! stcvea 1 cheaper
than evtr at M. H. Jennings & Co.,
Salem avenue, near market house.
For fre insurance call at the office
of the Roanoke Trust, Loan and Safe
Deposit Co. d*c28-tf
Geyer, the*.Campbell street Tailo.r
carries a large and'seiect stock of
goods in his line. my20 tf
Go to Geyer's to get your spring
and simmer suits, my20 tf.
[ A large and beautiful stock of car
petB and rugs in newest styles can be
found at E. H.Stewart & Co.'s. je31-tf.
For colds, croup, asthma, bronchi
tis and sore throat use Dr. Thomas'
Eclectric OR, and get the best.
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
Offer This Week
DRESS FABRICS of every descrip?
tion, suitable tor the
See the ne w things in PersianMui.s
a beautiful flhnj cloth in the most ex
Satin striped Batistes, at l-'Jc yd.,
in strikingly stylish figures.
White (io.nls of every description,
in plain,plaid and -triped materials,
at city prices.
Cashmere Ombre Satines, entirely
new, at 12'c; worth 20c.
New ilace Flouncings and Net in the
New Ginghams, Outings, Percales
and Prints, very cheap.
New black wool Etatnine, latest
New Silks in India, Pongee, Failles,
Pean de Soie, at astonishingly low
New wool ChaUies, at 20c yd, in the
most artistic designs and colorings.
Swiss Flouncings and Embroideries
in full assortments.
,r)0 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.
HIIROMUS & BR?GH
110 Commerce Street,
HIM - RAILROAD.
4th JULY 4th
WILL BE SOLD AT GREATLY
TO ANY POINT UN THE LINE,
Good to return on, or before
JULY 71 1890.
General Passenger Agent,
jun 29, jy 1,2,3.
"PRE E.?STENOGRAPHY AND
A typewriting free. First-class facil?
ities and best of teachers. Address
'with stamp for return postage.
THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
Parish, N. Y.
I OST.-ON YESTERDAY AFTER
Li noon, a plain leather pocketbook,
containing $07 in notes. R. E. Mene
fee's name is on the inside of the
book. Finder will be liberally re?
warded bv returning same toTniES
office. J. A. FRITH.
ing nicely decoratei in either oil
or water colors. Carr can do it.
BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOM MO
dated at RorerPark Hotel. Nicely
furnished rooms. Large grounds.
Table set with the best the market
affords. MRS. CRAWFORD.
WANTED.?Good board for gentle?
man and two little I oys. Address
"Permanent," Times office, je 20 2t.
ROOM AND BOARD IN A DE
.lightful locality, 4?? F?rfrth ave
nae, S. W._my80 tf
TWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
rent. Apply at 120 4th Avenue, S.
W. _je 29 4t.
A Cnard from TV. 1'. HafT.
To the Editor of the Tiiies.
In your issue of the 28 ch I notice the
statement that the City Council re?
fused to grant Waller P. Huff & Co.,.
permission to erect cot cages, &c.,sI.
wish to say that Waller P. Huff &Co.,
never asked permission to build cot?
tages anywhere and consequently
could not have been refused. Hoping
you will make this correction/
I am, respectfully;
SHORT ITEMS ABOUT PEOPLE
OF INTEREST TO EVERYBODY
A 1'apcr to be Niai-tud at Vinton?A
Cracked Wheel oti Train -\o. I?Addi?
tion to the Wem End Yard Sourly
Mr. Horton, on Campbell street, is
Mrs. Louis Catogni is spending the
summer at the Montgomery White.
Dr. J. T. Hill, who has been quite
sick at Fairmount, W. Vn . is much
Mr. W. G. McDowell, a real estate
agent, of Buena Vista, is a guest at
W. C. Franklin and J. T. Conally,
of Pamphlin City, are in the city
Mr. V/. W. Dnnlap, oJ the Arm of
Priddy & Dnnlap, is confined to ! is
room fit the Felix Hotel.
The Conveyance Building Associa?
tion are having plans prepared for
their new iifty-room hotel at Vinton.
Mr. W. R. Sadler, formerly with
Messrs. Davis & Co., has accepted a
position in the grocery store of S. :i.
Dooley & Co.
Messrs. W. H. Thomas, W. V7.
Thomas, H. T. Hale and N. W.
Thomasare registered at Hotel Felix,
The public school house at Vint, n
is being torn down preparatory to
erecting a new one, to be completed
in time for the next session.
A cracked wheel was found on a
coach on train >'o. 1 yesterday nior ?
ing at the Union depot , and another
car was substituted in its place.
Rev. Dr. ES. C. Gordon, formerly
pastor of the Salem Presbyterian
church, accompanied by ii i> family, is
visiting Dr. S. P. Christian, of tl is
A number of Philadelphia capital?
ists passed through the city yester
day in a special train en route rc
Kensington, Ga., on a prospectii ^
It is understood that a newspaper,
to be known as the Herald, to be is?
sued weekly, will soon be launched
upon the sea of journalism al Vinton,
by parties in this city. '
The additions to the W< st End yard
has been nearly completed. Fourloi g
side tracks have been laid, and oth i
tracks are being put down as fast as
Mrs. O. D. Jenkins arrived in the
city yesterday morning from Sanford,
Fla., and will spend some time with
her parents. Captain and Mrs. V. 11.
Lookabili, on North Jefferson str< t.
Henry Toole, a former resident ol
this city, is wanted by Anniston, Ala.,
authorities for bigamy. ChieJ of P >?
lice Morris has just returned fro u
Alabama, where be went several da; ?
ago to testify to the fact that Too ?
passed as a married man when he liV( d
Bctirin;; Lyuehbnrf; Official*.
Mayor N. C. Man- ?n, jr.. Common'
wealth's Attorney A. H. 1.5urr
City Sergeant Matt J. Day and I
missioner of the Revenue E. N. Eu?
bank, of the Lynchburg municip: I
government retire from office today,
and their successors will be sworn in.
The Bali? Sturm.
The rain storm of yesterday was a
very severe one. The rain poured
down in torrents for at least an hou \
The streets were ail overflowed again,
as is usual on such occasions, and
were impassable for some time afti r
the rain ceased to fall. The light
Ding was vivid and the thunder Im?
mense, but no damage has been re?
ported from either. Everything an 1
everybody was much refreshed by the
shower, and the thermometor take.:
down a peg or two.
Mayor Evans had a long, sultry,
disagreeable day of it this morning
administering justice to quite a
lengthy list of trivial law-breaker-.
Among those present were a number ol
dice shooters and gamblers of other
kinds, who were dispensed with io
various .ways. Mr. Evans gave them
a severe raking over the coals, gave
them distinctly to understand that this
practice is becoming too common an ]
detestible for the law-abiding people,
and hereafter he will apply the. law t >
its fullest extent in cases of this kind
Near Tappabannoek Saturday last
a dissatisfied colored nurse, about ! 1
years old, saturated the clothing of
Mr. George Martin's little fifteen
months-old daughter with kerosen ?
oil and fired the same. The child only
lived a few minutes after the parents
discovered the facts.
"Hollywood.one of the oldest and
most historic landmarks in Stafford,
was burned to the ground, with all of
its contents, at an early hour Wednes?
day morning. The fire is supposed to
have been of an incendiary origin. Its
present owner and occupant was Dr.
G. T. Greenlaw.
THEY AKE SATISFIED.
What the IZaxcrstowi: Club Thinks of
Iis Beoeut Visit lo Boanokc.
The Hagerstown baseball team re
turned from Roanoke yesterday after?
noon victors of two of the four games
played in that city with the Roanoke
club. The last of a series of four
games Avas played on Saturday in the
presence of about eight hundred spec?
tators, our boys entering the game
under great disadvantages, and drop
ped it to Roanoke by a score of 1 tc
12. Rollins had been disabled the daj
previous, and in the second inning,
with the score of 1 to U in favor
of Hagerstown, Shank, who
was catching Hums in fine
style, was struck squarely in
the face with a red hot ball,
and was compelled To retire. Helleine
succeeded Shank but he could not
hold Burns, and after a number of
passed balls the fielders became de?
moralized and the Rounokes piled up
run after run. While this was unfor?
tunate in itself, our boys had to face
a professional pitcher, and the record
they made of capturing the two games
is one of which they can feel proud.
They afforded the Roanokes the best
ball playing they ever witnessed, and
came out of the contest ? stand-off
with a club that was and is the pride
of Virginia, and one that anticipated
an easy walk-over with the amateurs.
Death of au Estimable Lady.
Mrs. Minerva E. Tates, wife of D. C.
Yates, died yesterday morning at the
family residence near Melrose Park,
after several months' illness. Mrs.
Yates wa6 59 years of age, and was a
niost estimable Christian lady.
I She was well known in this city : had
! won many friends by hernioiheriy and
amiable disposition; was a devout
member of the Presbyterian church,
and leaves in addition to a host of
?friends and relatives a devoted hus
, band and Bix chUdren to mourn her
loss. The remains will be interred at
the East HiR cemetery in Salem, at 11
today from the Presbyterian church
in this city, where the services will
be held at 9 a. m.
WHY NOT A SOUTHERNER?
Tin- Xcw Yos-k Herald Ashn W?y Oi e
.Should not l?o Prmldcnt.
Wo road stray paragraphs in Dem -
cratic newspapers :is to the probab e
nominee of the Democratic party f' r
the next presidency and note tl e
paucity of names?Mr. Cleveland, f
cour.-e; Governor Hill, with a whac .
row-de-dow following; that lino o d
bit of well seasoned wintergreen, Pi .
mer, of Illinois, an ex-republican, ai .1
I from Indiana another ex-republict n
I named Gray, who seems to be as gi >
tesqne a figure in Western politics .s
his prototype, Elijah Pograin.
'Phis is a barren list of leaders of a
I party which used to enter a couve i
tionled by giants, like Douglas, Ca. 3,
Benton, Calhoun, Van Buren, Marc
Seymour, Chase and Randall. Ai d
Democrats may well ask, "Where a e
our leaders V"
The trouble is that from those pn 5
| idential lists the .South is exclude I.
, The ablest men in-the Democrat c
: party are from the Sentit. We no e
i this in both branches of Congrei 3.
Yet the South is excluded from co .
sideration In the Democratic conve i
tion because of it rebellion whi h
ended twenty-five years ago. The <t
i is the cowardly fear .that if the cc i
! vention should take any one of, let .s
say, twenty brilliant andconspicuo s
i southern m< n, the "Rally Round t o
i Plag," "Marching Through Georgia
J "'John Brown," business would be : i
vived. The old soldier would cot) e
to the front, and the calm politic u
judgment of today wotdil be o\t r
come by the smouldering fires of wj --
We do not believe it. Tbe Araerici u
people ward a chance to vote for t o
best Democrat among Democrats <r
the best Republican among Repub -
cans, and what part either Candida e
may have taken in the rebellion w II
have no effect upon their judgmei t.
The Southern Democrats are fooli b
if they do not insist upon politic d
rights which have too long been ne -
A FAMILY FEUD.
Ami i\\o Kovel Way in Wbfcli T\ o
?uenn V's?:i Familie* Settled It.
There are three families occupyh g
one house in the vicinity of Hue: n
Vistfl Each family is quite a lar e
one, with a?uumber oi children. T o
Baying that "no house is large enouf b
to hold two families1' was recent y
verified in this case. It seems th t
the members of two of the famili s
had a difficulty and were vat -
ancc with each other, quarrelling ai .1
characterizing each other every da -,
till finally the two male headsdecidt .1
that the difference should be setth 1
by a fisticuff between themselves. A !
cordingly they repaired to a qni t
place in the woods near the city Sun?
day afternoon, accompanied by tie
wives and children, and proceeded i
pummel each other regardless of tl e
Queensberry rules. We learn th: t
when one of the party was beii z.
wmsted his family interferred, ai 1
vice versa. The battle seems to ba' e
been a drawn one. but we learn th t
both are satisfied, and that peace pr -
vails in the household now.??uei i
V ista Advocate.
I An ad interim ministerial licen s
has been given to Mr. K. H. Kol a
under the authority of the Southwe t
Virginia Synod. Mr. Kohnwas tl ?
efficient principal of the Third wai I
school hist year, and has been active .'
en-aged in general religious work i \
our city, having been general seer
tary of the Young Men's Christis -i
Association several years ago. k ?
will labor as a licentiate in Frank! i
and Cxaig counties during the vac ?
tion and enter the Lutheran Theoh ?
gical Seminary :-A Philadelphia i i
preparation for the regular ministr; .
After attending'^he great Christie i
Endeavor convention at St. Loui .
Mr. [Cohn also represented the Vi -
ginia Sunday School Association as i
delegate to the Sixth Internation; 1
j convention at Pittsburg.
Snb-nivKlna; His Mom?.
There is a real estate man on
street who 1= a persistent and volar -
inous talker, though a good fello *
withal, and the other day he can .?
into a friend s office in the same has -
ness and began. Be kept it up f< :
hah an hour and then in a brief mi -
ment of rest the friend looked at hit i
admiringly and exclaimed:
"By jo%-e. old fellow, if 1 could onl -
sub-divide your mouth and put it o i
the market.'*?Washington Star.
The Coining Council.
The new council will take the de- -
tiny of Roanoke in their hands t< -
morrow.at 12 o'clock. Tbe numbi 1
will be few, as nearly ail the ol I
councilmen were re-elected.
Notice the prices on clothing i i
Ellis Bros.' window,
For burns, scalds, bruises and a
pain and soreness of the flesh, th 1
grand household remedy is D;
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. De sure yo :
get the genuine.
A beautiful stock of English, Arne: ;
lean, and French plain and decorate
china tea, dinnerand toilet sets at t
H* Stewart A Co.'6. je2l-t '
Ellis Bros., are selling out their et
tire stock of clothing at prime cost,
Mrs. L. R. Ammen, corner Com
merce and Campbell streets will fo
the next thirty days, beginning Mor.
day, June 30, close out her eutir
stock of millinery and notions at cost
Come early and secure bargains.
je 2!J lw.
[t was"Waller P. Huff and Josial
Friend who asked permission ro erec
the houses and not the firm of W. P
Huff & Co.
Mrs. L. K. Aminen, corner Coin
merce and Campbell streets, will fo
the nest thirty days beginning Mon
day. June ;.S0, close out her entire
i stock of millinery and notion:; at cost
I Come early and secure bargains,
He paid thirty-one dollars doctor".
bill for his wife In one year, and on<
j bottle of Brad field's Female Regula
! tor did;her more good than all tin
' medicine she had taken before. H
Dale, druggist. Carmi, 111. Writi
Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta Oa.
for particulars. Sold by Budwell
Christian & Barbec.
An elegant assort ment of chaiubei
and parlor suits have just been re?
ceived by E. B. Stewart A; Co. je21
As there seems to be an impression
that Ave have pledged ourselves to
.build an Opera House on the lots on
Jefferson street, in which we hold a
controlling interest, we desire to state
that we have never directly or indi?
rectly agreed to build said Opera
House, having merely expressed our
intention of doing everything consis?
tent with-our interests to promote the
enterprise. We would further state
i that we were offered stock of the
; Opera House Company upon condi
? tions that we would agree to build
? skid Opera House, and we declined
; to purchase on any such basis. We
i are, however, ready to entertain any
! any propositions looking to the build
[ingof an Opera House, and shah be
i glad to co-operate with the'citizens of
1 Roanoke in securing this much needed
: addition to our city.
'Roakoke Construction and Im-,
pkovement company. j
A Iloautlfti? nnd Convenient Location
No city in the South has grown wit h
greater rapidity than has Roanok ?,
and probably not one is on a firmer
foundation considering its ag;.
Roanoke swells and grows each da
and unlike most citiee.does not grow u
any one direction more than an othe
but is being rapidly built up on eve y
side, north, east, south and west.
The influx of population since 18 4
has been enormous, and hundreds >f
buildings have gone up to supply the
demand. There has been no lull u
the erection of houses this winter, es
cept that occasioned by the rain, ai d
drive in what direction, you' will he ..r
the sound of the hammer and e' i
dences of building meet your ej ?.
Hundreds who rented houses a fi w
years ago pay taxes now, ownii g
their dwellings, and the erection of n s
idences is the best index to the grow h
of the city and the strongest asst. r
ance that the city is here to sta .
The homes that have been bu It
here within the past year are, mai y
of them, as handsome, artistic aj d
expensive as can be found anywher
To accommodate the ever increash g
population, numerous additions ha e
been laid oil and the lots placed ? n
the market. Among the many val i
able properties hereabouts, none < f
fer greater inducements as a place )f
residence than the Glade addition.
This property is situated just e; it
of Glade creek and is traversed by t le
Vinton extension of the Roano :e
street railway, which places it in < i
rect communication with the centi il
portion of the city, a person can li 'e
in thai section, and if his place )f
business is in the upper part
of the city, or oven in the
West End, he can take the street c .r
and lie ready for the day's work it
the usual time. Every benefit of a
j snrbnrban residence is obtained,wit l
out any of its discomforts.
The property is well drained ai d
therefore healthy. It has been < i
vided into lots by the laying oil ?f
wide streets and avenues. The vie w
to be obtained from Glade addition is
beautiful. On the east, towerh g
hundreds of feet in the air, are tie
Blue Ridge mountains, while on the
south the Roanoke river winds its< If
like a silver thread among the nil'3,
forming one of the most beautif d
bits of scenery anywhere in Southw( it
Virginia. One of the principal fei t
ures about the Glade property is the
easy term- upon which the lots can >e
gotten. The prices have been plao d
so low I hat it is within the power if
everymau to own his home. Mess -.
William M. Yager A" Co., are t ie
agents for the company and they w II
take pleasure in giving any inform i
tiou concerning the property. C; II
on t hem at their office on South Jif
EAST ESD ADDITION.
DcMlrnbilily oluuil Dcniaiids t'ov Lots
As the summer advances much 83
tivity in budding operations is
noticed, and many new houses are n
process of construction. This natcr
aliy makes the real estate mark -t
much firmer, and agents are corres?
pondingly happy. Simmons & C >.
have been doing a rushing businc
one of the best since the firm was ? 5
tablished. The East End proper y
is changing hands very rapidly, ai (1
many new houses will be erected tl. S
Among the prominent additions a
the East End, is that of the Oik
Ridge i and Company. The additk a
lies just cast of Belmont and south ?f
the Ea-n Side Land Company's pro >
erty and adjoins the farms of Messi .
George Taylor and G. W. Carr.
This oJers every inducement as ?.
place of residence. It is reiuovt 1
from the business portion of the eil y
and therefore gives a quiet, suburbs i
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 lu 5
just enough slope to give it goc 1
drainage. Gas and water mains ai i
being put in and new streets are 1> -
ing laid out. Everything is prop
tious, and it is destined to take i?3
proper place in the front rank. It ?
located near the furnace, rolling mil ,
bridge works and the machine work ,
and offers, therefore, greater induu -
ments to the workingman, as it ?
near his work. A number of nett
cottag.-s are going up and others hat j
been contracted for.
James S. Simmons & Co. are ageir s
for the company, and they can git i
good bargains. The property is gi -
ing rapidly, and if you want to obtai i
a good bargain call on them at one .
The prices for^the lots are low an I
the terms easy, so every man can ow l
his own home.
Choice Lot Sale.
The Bedford City Land and Iu -
provement Company announces a sal:
of choice lots on the 5th day of Juh ,
1890. The number of lots is limite 1
but choice, and they will be sold o i
moderate terms. Everybody is offere I
an opportunity to make big monej.
It avus intended to have this sai i
earlier, but it has been postpone I
until after the exercises atthededic? -
tion of Randolph Macon Academy o
the fourth of July. Large number;
of our citizens and distinguishe .
quests, among them several bishops
i clergymen, United Senators and th ?
j governors of some of the Souther .
j States, will be present to witness th >
i splendid programme prepared b;
President Smith, closing with
magnificent display of fire works a ;
We earnestly request all visitors to
remain over till the fifth and atten.
this sale of lots. All of the real estat
agents are agents for the company
The same lot will not be sold to sev
era! purchasers, but as soon as a 6al
is affected it will be placed on th
bulletin board. The company ha
put the price low to induce persons t<
build, and with all who will contrae
to build houses special terms will b
made. It is not the policy of thi
company to boom. It offers lots
which will double in value in si:
months, at low rates to bring citizen:
to the town. J. M. Berry, president
R. B. Claytor, vice-president; J. L
Campbell,"secretary, of Bedford Cit}
Laud and Improvement Company.
Bedford City, Juue 24.
Messrs. Johnson & Johnson havt
secured the sole agency in this city
for Radam's Microbe Killer. Our Mr
Louis Hall has been suffering foi
some time with lung trouble. Hf
states that since using the medicine
he has experienced great relief, anc
thinks he will ultimately regain his
Don't Trado 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 68. G9. 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76,
77, 78, 79, 80, as they were issued by
mistake. H. G. Brown, President.
Akers & White have just received a j
fresh car load of melons, on market
today. je28 Im. |
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 in A 1 style daily from
1 to 3 for 50 cents. ap5-tf
All onr actions take their lines 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. jeSl-tf. [
The largest stock of lace curtians'in
the city and at bottom prices at E.H. i
Stewart & Co.'s. je21-tf (
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND, AT
marSKMf GROCERY, 148 SALEM AVENUE.
C. H. JORDAN, R. N. MoCANDLlSH, E. BT. CLOWES.
C, H. JORDAN * comp Am
Bueua Vista, Virginia,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND INSURANCE.
Buy a Lot in Mot Cemetery.
At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the
FAHtVTEW CEMETERY COMPANY,
It was decided to put their lots on th<; market at once. As I was appointed
ai/ent for the sale ~pthese lots, I will take creat pleasure in taking my friends
3nd the public, at any time, to see them. The company has recently, ot xinu
slderabls cost, improved and beautified the grounds, which makes it one of tfiB-x
handsomest cemeteries in the city.
Parties purchasing prior to the 1st of September will be allowed a discount of
iO per cent.
J. Fl. FEATHER& TON
Of Featherstou. Andrews & Co.,
t ie tf. 32 "Campbell street. Roanoke, Va
FRED C FOARI). B. D. DOWNEY, W. 0. HARDOWAY.
North Carolina. Ertderick, Md. Amelia Co., Va.
FOD, DOWNEY 8 HARDO
ROOMS 3and 1, MOOMAW BUILDING, JEFFERSON STREET ROAN?
Will buy and sell Real Estate in Roanoke aud any other section of Southwest
Parlies having land to sell, bouses to rent or whhicg lo make investments in
Real Estate will do well by communicating with us ?t once.
Six New Six-Room Houses for Bale.
Situation Central, Commanding Fine Views. Prices moderate. Terms
easy, Property in all parts of the city for for Sale. jun 2'J Iw.
THOMAS & BURNS.
Never in the remarkable history of our big and fast increasing trade, or dur
ing any of our former great Spocial Saies, has there been such
such demonstration approval or such an out-pouring of the people as during
our wonderful aud unprecedented 89.75 and $11.75 Special Sale. The way th<t
were gobbled up iu a few days, shows conclusively how they were appreciated.
THIS AND NEXT WEEK
WE ARE READY WITH
Hot Weather Things.
Roys' summer coats and vests, 65c i'> $2.UU Mens' ofhee coats, (good ones)
50c; seersucker coats and vests, S5c; genuine India Seersucker coals aud vests,
for $1.75. All shades, Mohair and Pongees from $300, coats aud vests, to $C.C0.
White and Fancy Vests
are quite the thing, and largely worn this season, aud we are selling lots 01
thembecause we have a larj>e and line stock, and our prices are extreni^rj?)1
invitingly LOW. ;
Corner 3d Ave. and Jefferson Street.
IIIS WS FI1 $5 10 $25.
BOYS' SUITS FROM $3 TO $
CHILDREN'S SUITS FROM $2 TO $10
MEN'S, BOY3', YOUTH'S,
IN ALL STYLES
WrigM Block Jefferson Street*