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SOMETHING TO EAT
v. hat 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
:OME AND SEE US.
You can sure-y find everything that is kept in
AFIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE.
OUR PRICES WILL SUIT YOU. YOUR PATRONAGE
IS SOLICITED. RESPECTFULLY,
L. H. BRUGH.
TTfiE COUNTY, VA.
At the junction of the North Carolina extension and Cripple ?reek extension
f the Norfolk and Western tailroad. A great railroad junction, iu the heart
the "roatest iniaiug district of Southwest Virginia, aud destined soon to
ink with the gre:.t industrio! centers of the New South.
] IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
. Will Sell ai Private Sale
JULY l?th, 1890,
[.000 Lots at an average Price of $300.
tots are I vorably located 0.. gently rising grounds overlooking the
jautiful Valley of New River .
rh; exceedinglj lowpriceat which the3c lots are placed upon the market,
rsures to investors quick aud large r- urns.
? erms (SA le: One-third cas 1. balance in oue and two yaars.
Thi ;h its excel eat railroad focil *ies. IVAN HOE is placed within iniui
Thi wtgb its excel eat railroad focil *ies. IVANHOE is placed within iniui
urn haul ofthe enormous d posits or'Gossan Iron Ore. of Carroll County, am
the world .mous liraonite ard mountain ores of Cripple Creel- Valley, aud alsc
. ithin easy haul of the celebrated Pocahontas and Flat Top coal and coke
? [MENSE LIMESTONE QUARRIES ARE BE?
ING OPERATED WITHIN THE TOWN,
f he NO- 1 Furnace 01 tlie New River Mineral
mpany is already in success'ul operation, while the
gvanhoe Iren Company,
the Presidency of Mr. Jordan L. Mott, ofthe Mott Haven Iron Works,
. :>'ev; York, has been organized for the purpose of erecting another furnace
pac ' exte-.s:ve mints of the Mud River Mineral Company,
Ijoic ng the town, tre alrea ly giving employment to a large number of men.
Chi [VANHOEZLNC COMPANY, with a capital of $500,000, has pur
las? d immense deposits of ???xcecdin.ly rich zinc ores, which they are now de
sloplag, and will soon erect several:-: uc.furnaces.
eing 1 u 3nlj city in the ;outherr connection ofthe Norfolk and Western
ailro i. IVANHOE, must become a great distributing point for the imtueuso
;ro fields and agricultural an,t timber cistricts of Southwest Virginia and Wesl
. N . Carolina. Situate 1 in the vaidstof a great wool raising district, and
hin a short distance of the Southern cotton fields. No place in Virginia
o^r-ses ^rer.tor advantage.- for woe'. :u aud cotton mills.
V. t tracts of Red and White oak. chestnut, hickory, pine aud hemlock,
ear it hand, furnish "exceptional ? >portunities for wood-working establish
ii.ents and .s'.cam tanneries.
A ?35,000 'Hotel will be erected a: once.
Water works, planing mill and brick factory will be erected at an eari>'
Leirg 2,000 fret above the sea, the climate is unsurpassed by the celebrated
-itmn^ai resorts of the world. A large trad of level land with a front of one
a half miles on New River has beta set aside for manufacturing purposes.
..^or..l inducements will be ofiersd al! industries locating here. Through its
net lions with the steamship lineo, -he Louisville and Nathville, the Cape
? ^ r and Yashin Valley and I lie Shei.'indeah railroads and its outlet on the
ti'vp.r. tha N'irf ilk and Western Railroad places IVANHOE in direct
tmunication with the gi;Rt marl-.-,:-*, Xnrth. East, South and West. For
laps, descriptive pamphlets, etc., apply to the lavanhoe Lana and improve,
lent Company, or G. M. Seeley, Secretary, Ivanhoe, Wythe county, Va.
W. C. VAN DO RAN, President.
G. M. SEELEY, Sec'v and Treas.
JORDAN L. MOTT, owner J. L. Mott Iron Works, Mott-llaven, N. Y.
CHAS. Gh EDDY, vice president N. & W. Railroad.
UDVIN EINSTEIN, of New York City. Capitalist and director in New
:vrr Mimeral Company.
GEO. H.SEELEY, of New York City, Capitalist and president of New
"iver Mineral Company.
W. C. VAN DOR AN, Ivrnhoc, V:-.
'..EN. JOS. A. WALKER. Wythe-illc, Va.
HERBERT G. HULL, Ne ,v Y'ork City, capitalist aud Lawyer. jyl 2n
CGTT & Ri
fBB E.?STENOGRAPHY AN!
. ~ typewriting free. First-class facil
I ities and best of teachers. Address
' with stamp for return oostage.
THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
: no9tf Parish, N. Y.
here has been wonderful ac
? vrity in city real estate in the
st two weeks, even for
I OST.?ON YESTERDAY AFTER
Ll noon, a plain leather pocketbook,
containing s',17 in notes. R. E. Mene
fee's name is on the inside of the
book. Finder will be liberally re?
warded bv returning same to times
office. J. A. FRITH.
HAVE YOUR DINING ROOM CEIL
ing nicely decorated in either oil
JvmrWr' '> or water colors. Carr can do it.
ujnurc ; marti-tf
ousand dollars worth of pro-j goARDERS can be accommo
- dated at RorerPark Hotel. Nicely
jrty Changed hands at hand- furnished rooms. Large grounds.
I Table set with the best the market
^me profits. Oae lot for affords. mrs. Crawford.
1 mar27-tf Proprietoress.
.ample, which sold for seven i
WANTED.?Good board for gentle?
man and two little boys. Address
_j c ~ \ l i j 7i '' man aim two nine ooys
lOUSand live hundred dollars. 'Permanent/'Times office
je 26 2t.
jht days ago, was resold, j doom and board i : a de
Ii IightfuPlocality, 400 I -irthave
sterday for eleven thous-1nne< s- w._
tor eleven thous-1 nne<a-vv-_myao tf
r\n? ??? r ? . PRINTER WANTED, EXPONENT
UOZ ens Oi Sim?^ 1 office, Bluefield, West Va. Good
. , , . i wages to steady man. A man who
-AUh'h/le.s might be given.; can kick a job press preferred.
v j. 3 tf.
tve you been making any [
toney .dealing in Koanoke
?TlWO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
1 rent. Apply at 120 4th Avenue, S.
W. je 28 4t.
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS FOR
rent. Sixth Avenue, ? doors east of
j Park street. jv 3tf.
WANTED.?A BRIGHT ACTIVE
boy to feed presses at Hammond's
Printing Works. Apply at once.
W~ ANTED-S?MMER BOARDERS:
Persons desiring to spend the
VOU haven'cts you'l[?onths of July and August among
J J ; the mountains, will address at once,
j Mrs. Win. H. Overstreet, Thaxton's,
Va. Residence two and a half miles
from Norfolk and WeBtern railroad,
j also six miles west of Bedford City.
Climate and water unsurpassed for
health. Evenings delightful, nights
cool and refreshing, liousecommodius
and airy. Terms $20 per month,
jy 3t eod.
A house with eleven rooms, in a de5
sirable locality. Terms, $5,000, $1,000
cash and the remainder to suit pur?
chaser. Address "BUSINESS"
Jy31w Times office.
:EAIi ESTATE Agt's
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
Offer This Week
DRESS FABRICS of every descrip?
tion, suitable for the
S i ? ? !i s in Persian Mni.s
rt h m ?'. ? ? '; in the most ex
Satin striped Batistes, tit 12+c yd.,
in strikingly sryllsh ligures.
White Goods"of every description,
in plain, plaid and rtriped materials,
at citv prices.
Cashmere Ombre Satiues, entirely
new, at I2ic; worth 20c.
New Lace Flouncings and Net in the
New Ginghams, Outings, Percales
and Prints, very cheap.
New black wool Etauiine, latest
New Silks in India, Pongee, Failles,
Pean de Soie, at astonishingly low
New wool Challies, at 20c yd, in the
most artistic designs and colorings.
Swiss Flouncings 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.
HEIR0N1MUS & BEDGH
110 Commerce Street,
TO THE PUBLIC.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
nonncing to the public that we are
receiving daily our
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
?SUCH AS A FINE; LINE OF?
We make a specialty in mourning
Cioods.MO piecesof Dress Ginghams
from 0 cents upwards. We have a
splendid line of Towells, Napkins
and Table lines. Our
SUCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS, LA
gdies' and Children's Hose,cannot be
surpassed in Roanoke.
;WE HAVE JUST [RECEIVED
overdue thousand piecesof Swiss and
Hamburg Edgings, flouncings in
black and white.
Do Not Make up arty More
Under wear when you can buy them
at 29 cents and 59 cents apiece in
gowns as well as skirts.
Try one of our Kabo Corsets
as they are guaranteed for twelve
We Are the Agents for the
?> Foster Kid Gloves, the best on the
We Keep a Full Line of
Beaded Capes as low as $2.00 a
In Fact You Can Find Any?
thing that is kept in a first-class dry
goods house at the lowest prices.
Do not pass us by, but come in, as
we take a pleasure in showing goods.
122 SALEM AVENUE.
The Stockholders of the Roanoke
Building Company are hereby re?
quested to be present at a meeting to
beheld Monday, July 30th, 1800 at
12 o'clock m., " at the office of the
Roanoke Loan, Trust and Safe De?
posit Company. jy2tf
FOR SALE.?ONE HORSE AND
Buggy. The buggy and harness
are new. The horse is as gentle as a
lamb. A most excellent family horse.
Ladies can drive him a:ayrwhere with
perfect safety. Price $350 complete.
Call or address J. T. HALL, Times
office. jy2 tf
A regular meeting of the Stockhold?
ers of the Valley Building and In-j
vestment Company is hereby called at
the office of the company, in the city
of Roanoke, Va., August 1st, 1890, at
12 o'clock, noon. By order of the
Board of Directors. D. H. SCOTT,
jy 2 30t Secretary.
CARR THE SIGN WRITER, OOR
ner Third avenue and First street
On May 12th we 6old our coal, wood
and lumber business to Messrs. J. C.
F. Bell & Co. We sent out notices of
amounts due us. Many came for?
ward and promptly settled; but there j
are still some bills unpaid, which we j
earnestly request may bo settled with?
out further notice. %
All accounts not settled during the ]
month of July will -be placed in the
hands of an officer with instructions |
to "collect according to Jaw.1'
jy2 W. K. Andrews & Co.
A DAI'S DOINGS
INTERESTING ITEMS PICKET'
PERSONAL AND BRIEF NEWS ITEM]
Alaeuiuery for the Ilrlclc Factory
BaaineMK Light In (be Mayor'* Court'
Tlio Kcw Street Nurlnkler-Harrlage
: let nr ? <Irniifr<l.
John Sexton, of Roanoke, was in
T. D. Sexton, of Buchanan, was in
the city yesterday.
Captain R. B. Moorman and family
are at the Roanoke Red.
L. D. Worthaiu and wife, of Poca
houtas, are visiting the city.
Postmaster Aaberry's salary has
been raised to $2,000 per year.
Several picnics, and a number of
excuisious aro booked for the Fourth.
Captain Henri Daviu and family,
of Bristol, are in the city for a fe v
Mesdamcs 0. E. Obenshain and S.
E. Jones, of Buchanan, are guests at
The city market will open at I and
close at 10 a. ill. on Friday in honor of
the national holiday.
Two very heavy pieces of machin?
ery for Adams, Brothers A' Payne's
brick factory arrived yesterday.
R. A. Palmer, an extensive elotliit r
of Baltimore, accompanied by h s
wife, is registered at Hotel Felix.
The Fourth will lie elaborately
celebrated in Bedford City, and i
band from this city will be in attend
City licenses granted by the com?
missioner of revenue for the month
of June amounted to $1,020.17; Stale
Mr. J. J. Gorley, of Newmarket,
Va., is in the city visiting his son tl :
A. L. Gorley, proprietor of the Wet-t
End brick and tile works.
Passenger engine No. 20H, which
was wrecked at Big Spring Tuesday,
was taken to the Roanoke Machn e
Works yesterday for repairs.
Things were somewhat quieter than
usual in the Police Court yesterday
morning, only a few trivial offender
being arraigned for disposition.
Train No. 16 was nearly three hour*
last night, the cause of delay being
occasioned by the breaking of a valve
in the engine, at Big Spring station.
Mr. Frank W. DelphandMrs. Frai -
eis H. 8. Naylor, both of this city,
were granted a marriage license by
the clerk of the court yesterday morn?
The criminal term of the Hustint a
court will convene -Monday. It wi 1
have a full docket, and a number < t
important causes will bo brought be?
The new street sprinkler hi s
la-en received, and was put oa
the streets yesterday. It is i
highly painted and Ornamente 1
vehicle, and does excellent work.
Mr. M. H. Davidson, clerk in the
hardware store of Evans A Chalmrr ,
was this morning summoned to th3
bedside of his mother, Mrs. Dr. Davh -
son, who is extremely ill at Lithia
While engine 163 was passing Je -
ferson street crossing, the cowcatcher
failed to clear the plank, smashed the t
appendage and excited so machen -
iosty that all of that section was
blocked for nearly half an hour.
A Forucr Arrested.
John L. Bowles, manager of the
Keystone National Saving and Loa i
Association of New York, was in tba
city yesterday, and had Reuben A.
Wright, colored, arrested on th.*
charge of embezzling the associatio i
out of $150. Wright had obtainod i
charter to go into business at Jacl -
sonvUle, Fla., by forging seven. I
names. He claims that he was on h: s
return to New York to make good k's
shortage, and had a sufficency c f
money in a bank in Jacksonville to d >
so. He is an intelligent negro, wit i
relatives and friends living in this
city, and his father Is a property -
holder hare. Efforts are being mada
to get him out on a writ of habeas
They Will Close Tomorrow.
The following clothing merchants
of this city will close their places of
business on the fourth of July:
Messrs. Thomas & Burns, Fran t
Bros., Joseph Cohn, P. Adler, J R.
Greeh& Co., Philadelphia One Pric s
House, Meals & Burke, Grinberg ic
Morris, Star Clothing House.I. Sacln,
Ellis Bros., New England Shoe and
Clothing Co., M. Forinan.
The following jewelers have agreed
to close their stores on July 4th :
M. Harrison, Aug. Benning, Sam I
S. Shafer, H. Silverthom. ?. L. Solo?
mon, Louis Voight, Jr. All other
jewelers will no doubt follow thei ?
Mr. George Gharst,living near Cave
Spring,was stricken down by ajpara
lytic stroke while in his carriage nea ?
his residence yesterday morning, and
at last accounts his condition was re?
garded as critical. Mr. Gharst ha^
for many years been rendered almos
helpless by rheumatism, and he ha
many friends and relatives in this sec?
tion who will be sorry to learn of tbi
additional affliction which has be
The Roanoke Light Infantry have
concluded to participate in the parade
Friday, and everything and every?
body are arranging to celebrate the
event on a grand and extensive scale.
Everything in the city will close
down on that day, giving every ont
an opportunity to turn out. It is ex
pected that the city will be crowded
by visitors, and no pains should bt
spared to make it appear in its best
Appointment ol Aids.
Chief Marshal McConnell has ap?
pointed the following gentlemen aids
in the Fourth of July parade: Junior
Hose Company, John Trout; Friend?
ship Hose Company, W. E. Thomas;
Vigilant Fire Company, C. T. Whal?
ing and C. Markley.
The various organizations making
up the parade will leave the engine
house promptly at 0 o'clock, and
those intending to take part are re?
quested to be on hand promptly at
A Sew Assistant General BfonaKer. j
Mr. A. C. Hippey has been ap-1
pointed assistant general manager of:
the Norfolk and Western railroad, and :
entered upon the discharge of his;
duties on July 1st. Mr. Hippey is an
experienced railroad man, and has;
occupied a number of responsible;
positions. He was at one time super?
intendent of the Altoona division of'
the Pennsylvania railroad. The Nor-'
folk and Western are to ba congratu?
lated upon securing the services of a
gentleman of Mr. Hlppey:s experience .
The three outlets of disease are. the'
bowels* the skin and the kidneys. Re?
gulate their actionVith the best puri- j
fying tonic, Burdock Blood bitters. I
THE BOYS'ABE HERE.
The Bristol Jta?cball Clnb Have Ar
rived nnd Arc In Grout Form.
The Bristol baseball club arrived i)
the city last night, and are stoppiu,
at the Continent ial Hotel. They ar
a nice looking lot of young men, o
athletic build, and their previous ex
hibitions of ball playing in this cit.
has long since settled ail questions e ??
to their efficiency on that score. 1;
has always been nip and tuck be
tween them and the Roanokes, an i
in view of the fact that they ar i
Stronger this year than ever, our boy ;
wid have to hustle to beat them.
Most of the members of the team
are the same that played here lat -
season,and they were warmly greete i
and had about as much hand shal ?
ing as they could well attend to froi i
the time of their arrival until bei -
time. An excellent game may be ex?
pected, and will be called thise.venin j
at 4:30 o'clock. Two games will r s
olayed on the following day, one i i
I ie morning and one in the afternoon.
Why is that Mr. Tom Newhrim j
not playing with the ttoanoke bar )
ball team this season? He basdoi i
so for several yours past, and m;i< )
an excellent record. Ho Is a goc 1
tirst-hasemau, and base-runner, ai 1
wields the stick with threat energ. .
if put on he would doubtless ad I
much to the strength of the team.
Mr. T. Senkle, ;i carpenter, ha 1
his left, hand badly mashed yoslerdr. ??
morning in the western part of tl j
city by a heavy piece of timber fa I -
ing upon it. Dr. Harrison dressi 1
Nearly u Fire.
Yesterday fire was obs< rved on tl ?
roof of ajnegro shanty north of >sc- -
onth avenue. It was put out by
buckets of water, however, before u i
alarm was sent in, and before but li -
tie damage had resulted.
July loiirtb Excursion.
Via Norfolk and Western Railroai .
Norfolk, Old Point, Virginia Beac' ,
Ocean View. Only one fare for roui 1
trip. Tickets sold on .Inly 3rd an 1
4th, good until July 7th on all reguli r
passenger trains. jy :: 4,
Thu Lungunce of the Veil.
The art of adjusting the veil prope: -
ly and coqucltishly belongs to tl j
Frenchwoman. To the Enghshwoma 1
the veil is almost purely an article 1 f
utility. The American woman is Hi >
her French sister over the sea. To th j
Spanish woman alone belongs the a;
and skillful arrangement of the veil i 1
such ravishing folds that every goc t
point of her features becomes prom
nent, while all the shaky ones retire : j
The fan and veil are the two woapoi 3
?f warfare with which the Spanis 1
woman attacks the world. They ai )
her defense as a modest maiden und? -
hj?r duenna's eye, and they are h* ?
valued misoen scene when theduent i
looks tbeothcrway. A playful'to? 3
of her veil or the languid opening cr
shutting of her fan are her resoure? 1
in flirtation. Rob a fair Castilian < ?
her mantilla, and thenseek her beautj
aud you will find that it has vanishec.
Sil? Sweetly l'.equPsted.
Tliore were seven men standing o 1
the rear platform of a Gratiot a vein j
rar, and every one of them was smo! ?
ing, when a woman signaled the coi -
ductor to stop, lie held the dour open,
but she stood and surveyed the crow
for a moment, and as no one move .
sho sweetly requested:
"Conductor, won't you pleaseknoc
out one side of the car, so that I ca .
Set out without disturbing those ge:
omen!"'?Detroit Free Press.
The Bedford City Land and It; ?
provement Company announces a sai s
of choice Jots on the ."5th day of Juh .
1600. The number of lots is limitt- .
but choice, aud they will be acid 0
moderate terms. Everybody is olTere
aiiopportunity to make' big ntdner
It was intended to have this sal ?
earlier, but it has been postpone i
until after the exercises at thededici ?
tion oC Randolph Macon Academy o
the fourth of July. Large number
of our citizens and distinguished
guests, among them several bishop,
clergymen, Uuited Senators and th
governors of some of the Souther
States, will be present to witness th ?
splendid programme prepared b.
President Smith, closing with
magnificent displav of lire works a .
We earnestly request all visitors t >
remain over till the fifth and attend
this sale of lots. All of the real estat
agents are agents for the company.
The same lot will not be sohl to se\
eral purchasers, but as soon as a sal
is affected it will be placed on th
bulletin board. The company ha
put the price low to induce persons t ?
build, aud with all who will contrac
to buiid houses special terms will b
j made. It is not the policy of thi
company to boom. It offers lot.'
which will double in \*alue 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.
Land and Improvement Company.
I Bedford City, June 24.
A Card from W. 1?. lSiilf.
} To the Editor of the Times.
In your issue of the 28th I notice th*
i statement that the Citv Council re
J fused to grant Waller P. Huff & Co.
I permission to erect cottages, Sec, 1
I wish to say that Waller P. Huff & Co.
j never asked permission to build eot
j tages anywhere and consequent^
could not have been refused. Hoping
you will make this correction.
1 am, respectfully,
Waller P." IIub'k.
Mrs. L. R. Aminen, corner Com
merce and Campbell streets, will fo: J
the next thirty days beginning Mon j
day, June 30, close out her entire
stock of millinery and notions at cost.
Come early and secure bargains.
Messrs. Johnson & Johnson have
secured the 6ole agency in this city :
for Radam's Microbe Killer. Our Mr. 1
Louis Hall has been suffering foi
some time with lung trouble. He
states that since using the medicine j
he has experienced great relief, and
thinks he will ultimatelv regain his '
health. ^ tf.
All that are indebted to the late
firm of H. H. Brownlee & Son, are
hereby requested to come forward
and settle their accounts at once.
Mrs. E. H. Brownlee,
jy2 lw No. 3, Second street, 8. W.
A beautiful stock of English, Amer?
ican, and French plain and decorated
china tea, dinner and toilet sets at E.
H- Stewart & Co.'s. je21-tf
AU persons having property for sale
should list at once with Oscar D. Dorr
& Co., No. 10 First avenue S. W.,
Roanoke, Va- je28 tf
Having secured the" services of an
experienced and expert paper hanger
and draper and carpet layer we are
now prepared to do all work in thi*
line in a proper and satisfactory man?
ner. E. H. Stewart & Co. je21-tf :
A Dcantifnl and Convenient Locatior
No city in the South has grown witl
greater rapidity than has Roanoke
and probably not one is on a firine:
foundation considering its age
Roanoke swells and grows each day
and unlike most cities,does not grow n
any one direction more than an other
bur, is being rapidly built up on ever;
side, north, east, south and west
The influx of population since 188 :
has been enormous, and hundreds o !
buildings have gone up to supply th i
demand. There has baen no lull in
the erection of houses this winter, es -
cent tliat occasioned by the ra\n, and
drive in what direction, you will hea r
the sound of the hammer and ev -
dences of building meet your ey<.
Hundreds who rented houses a fe'r
years ago pay taxes now, ownin;
their d Wellings, and the erection of re -
idenc.es is the best index to the growt i
of the city and the strongest assn
ranee that the city is here to staj
The homes that have been built
here X7ithin the past year are, man ?
Of them, as handsome, artistic an I
expensive as can be found anywhert.
To accommodate the ever increasin :
'population, numerous additions hav i
been laid off and the lots placed o i
the market. ? Among the many vah ?
able properties hereabouts, none o ?
fer greater inducements as a place < !
residence than the Glade addition.
This property is situated just ea: t
of (ilade creek and is traversed by tL s
Vinton extension of the Roanok?
street railway, winch places it in d ?
rect communication with the centr; I
portion of the city, a person can li\ i
in that section, and if his place < i
business is in the upper pail
of the city, or even in th!
West End, he can take the street ci i
and be ready for the day's work 11
the usual time. Every benefit of i
surburban residence is obtained,witl ?
out any of its discomforts.
The property is well drained an I
therefore healthy. it has been d ?
vided into lots by the laying off <:
wide streets and avenues. The vie ?'
to be obtained from (ilade addition s
beautiful. On the east, towering
hundreds of feet in the air, are th j
Blue Ridge mountains, while on thi
south the Roanoke river winds itse I
like a silver thread among the hill ,
forming one of the most beautif' 1
birs of scenery anywhere in Southwei i
Virginia. One of the principal fea ?
uros about the (ilade property is tl =
easy terms upon which the lots can 1 i
gotten. The prices have been place J
so low that it is within the power < I
every man to own his home. Messr ,
William M. Yager & Co., are tl j
agents for the company and they wi i
take pleasure in giving any inform;
tion concerning the property. Ca 1
on them at their office on South Je
EAST E.\D ADDITION.
Desirability ol ami Demands lor Lo; i
As the summer advances much a ?
tivity in building operations
noticed, and many new houses are i i
process of construction. This natu
ally makes the real estate mark? I
much firmer, and agents are corre
pondingiy happy. Simmons & C' ,
have been doing a rushing busines .
one of the best since the firm was e
tablishcd. The East End propert
is changing hands very rapidly, an i
many new houses will be erected th ?
among the prominent additions i i
the East End, is that of the Oa ;
Ridge Land Company. The additio i
lies just east of Belin?nt and south t I
the East Side Land Company's proj
erty and adjoins the farms of Messr .
George Taylor and G. W. Carr.
This oilers every inducement as i
place of residence. It is remove i
from the business portion of the cit ?
and therefore gives a cpuiet, suburba i
home, while at the same time it. -
near the dummy line and therefoi ?
quite convenient to the city.
The land is high and dry and ha i
just enough slope to give it goo I
drainage. Gas and water mains ar *
being put in and new streets are bt
ing laid out. Everything is prop
tioup. and it is destined to take it
proper place in the front rank. It i j
located near the furnace, rolling mil.
bridge works and the machine work:
and offers, therefore, greater induct ?
meats to the workingman, as it
near his work. A number of nea
cottages are going up and others hav :
been contracted for.
.James S. Simmons ?Sc Co. are ageni
for the company, and they can giv
good bargains. The property is gt ?
ing rapidly, and if you want to obtai i
a good bargain call on them at onec.
The prices for^the lots are low an I
the terms easy, so every man can ow-i
his own home.
Don't Trade for It.
All persons are hereby warne I
against buying or trading for certit
cates of stock of the Baltimore an I
Ohio Land Company, Salem, Va
number 08, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 70, 7"
77, 78, 79, 8n, as they were issued b.
mistake. H. G. Brown, President.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES'
Marshall's Cafe?The popular re
sort, furnishes a lirst-class dinne
daily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents. ap5-tf .
?Plaster your house with Marbl
Rock lime, best on the market. Ifyc
don't believe it, call on Carner & Co.
sole agents. Remember they are th
cheapest sash, door and blind mauufac
urers in the city. Satisfaction guaran
Buy your cooking stoves from M.H
Jennings & Co., near market house
Salem aveuue. t
Artists material at Picken's.
Stoves! stoves! stoves 1 cbeape
than ever at M. H. Jennings & Co.
Sah m avenue, near market bouse.
For fire insurance call at the offict
ot the Roanoke Trust, Loan and Saf?
Deposit Co. dec28-tf
Geyer, the Campbell street Tailo,;
carries a large and select stock o.
goods in his line. my20 tf
Go to Geyer'6 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.
Akers & White have just received a
fresh car load of melons, on market
today. je28 lm.
The best fitting and most stylish
suits in the city at Geyer's, on Camp
bell street. my20 tf
Marshall's Cafe?For a full course
dinner served in A 1 style daily from
I to 3 for 50 cents. ap5-tf
All our 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. je2l-tf.,
The largest stock of lace curtians'in
the city and at bottom prices at E.H.
Stewart & Co.'s. je21-tf
An elegant assortment of chamber
and parlor suits have just been re?
ceived by E. H. Stewart & Co. je21
Notice the prices on clothing in
Ellis Bros.' window,
Mrs. L. R. Aminen, corner CoroJ
meree 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 secure bargains. j
je291w. - 1
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND, AT
W. W. MARSTON'S
inarss-tf GROCERY, 148 SALEM AVENUE.
C. H. JORDAN, R. N. McCANDLLSH, E. II. CLOWES.
C, H. JORDAN * COMPANY
Bnena Vista, Virginia,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND INSURANCE.
Buy a Lot | Faimew Cemeiery.
At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the
FAIRVIEW CEMETERY COMPANY,
It was decided to put their lots on the market at once. As I was appointed
ajrent for tho sale nf these lotB, I will take great pleasure ic taking my friends
and the public, at any time, to see them. The company has recently, at 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 discount of
lO par cent.
J. II. FEATHERfeTON,
Of Featlierston, Andrews & Co.,
32'Campbell stre-.L, Ror.nokc. Va
1 ie tf.
FRED C FOARD,
R. D. DOWNEY,
W. O. HARDAWAY.
Amelia. Co., Va.
FOARD. DOWNEY & H?RDAWAY.
ROOMS 3 and 4, MOOMAW BUILDING, JEFFERSON STREET ROAN
Will buy and sell Real Estate in Koanoke and any other jcction of SOUtllrTeS
Parlies having land to sell, la uses to rent or wishing lo male investment* in
Real Estate will do well by commuuicating with US at ouce.
Si xNew Six-Eocm Houses for Sale.
Situation Central, Commanding Fine Views. Prices moderate. Tetms
easy, Property in all [ai ls of the city for lor Sale. jun 20 lw.
THOMAS & BURNS.
Never in the remarkable history of our big and fast increasing trade, or dut
ing any of our former great Special Sales, has there been such
such demonstration approval or such an out-ponring of the people as during
our wonderful and unprecedented $9.75 and ?11.75 Special Sale. The way tint
were gobbled up in a few days, shows conclusively how they were appreciated.
THIS AND NEXT WEEK
WE ARE READY" WITH
Hot Weather Things.
Boys' summer coats anil vests, 65c to $2.00 Mens' oihee coats, (good ones)
50c; seersucker coats and vests, 85c; genuine India Seersucker coats and vests,
ftr $1.75. Ali shades, Mohair aud Pongees from $300, coats aud vests, to $0.C0.
White and Fancy Vests
are quite the thing, and largely worn ibis season, and we are selling lots of
thembecau8e we have a large and fine stock, and our prices are extremely ami
invitingly LOW. . v. -
Corner 3d Ave. and Jefferson Street.
MEETS MS FROM $5 TO $25.
BOYS' SUITS FKOM S3 TO $
CHILDREN'S SUITS FK0M $2 TO $10
MEN'S. R<-T3\ YOUTH'S, ?
IN ALL STYLES
SATIN-LINED A SPECIALTY.
Furnishing Department Complete
Wrigat Rloefc Jefierso? Street.