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SOMETHING TO EAT
h at everybody is looking for. T7o have not the time nor space to enu?
merate the name of all vre have in stock, but will say
COME AND SEE US.
You can 6urely find everything that is kept in
AFIRST-CLA SS GROCERY STORE.
OUR PRICES WILL SUIT YOU. YOUR PATRONAGE
IS SOLICITED. RESPECTFULLY,
L. H. BRUGH,
WYTHE COUNTY, VA.
At the junction of the North Carolii a extension and Cripple Creek extensior
of the Norfolk and Western Railroad A groat railroad juuctiou, iu the hear
of the greatest mining district of Southwest Virginia, and destined soon tc
rank with the great industrial center; )f the New South.
LAND ANi] IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
Will Offer at Private Sale
JULY 16th, 1890,
Desirable Business and Dwelling
All lots are favorably located on gently rising
beautiful Valley of New River.
The exceedingly low price at whicl
msures to investors quick and large rtt
TERMS OF SALE: Oue-tbird cast
Through its excellent railroad faCilit:
mum haul of the enormous deposits cl
the world famous liroonite and mouut 1
within easy haul of the celebrated Pd
Lots at an average Price
rounds over'ookiug thi
the?e lota are placed upon the market
.. balance in cue and Uvo yoars.
es, IVANHOE is placod within miui
rossan lrou Ore, of Carroll County, and
.n ores of Cripple Creek Valley, ami also
cahentaa and Flat Top coal and coke
ING OPERATED Vv
JE QUARRIES ARE BE
[THIN THE TOWN.
The Wo. 1 Furnace of tne New River Minera
Company is already in :>uccesstul optr.ttiou, while the
under the Presidency of Mr. Jordan L Mott, of the Mott Haven Iron Works
of New York, has been organized lor t jo purpose of erecting another lurnact
of large capacity. The extensive mitt i of the Mud River Mineral Company,
adjoining the town, are already giving employment to a larse number of men.
The IVANHOE ZINC COM PAN i , with a capital of $500,000, has pur
chased immense deposits of exceeding y rich zinc ores, which they are uow de?
veloping, and will soon erect several: iac furnaces.
Being the only city in the .Southern :onncction of the Norfolk and Western
Railroad,, IVANHOE. must become 1 great distributing point for the immense
ore fi?to and agricultural and timber J.stricts of Southwest Virginia and West?
ern Irorth Carolina. Situated iu the ciidst of a great wool raising district, and
within a short distance of the Southcn cotton fields. No place, in A'irgiaia
possesses greater advantages for woo t a and cotton mills.
Vast tracts of Red and White oak chestDut, hickory, pine and hemlock,
near at hand, furnish exceptional opportunities for wood-working establish?
ments and steam tanneries.
A $35,000 ^Hotel will be erected a- >ucc.
Water works, planing mill and trick factory will be erected at an carl\
Being 2,000 feet above the sea. the climate is unsurpassed by the celebrated
mountain resorts of the world. A la:ge tract of level land with a front ofoue
anda half miles on New River has bei 11 set aside for manufacturing purposes.
Liberal inducements will be offered a 1 industries locating here. Through its
connections with the steamship line:;, j ;e Louisville and Nashville, the Cape
Fear and Yashin Valley aud the Shet-sadoah railroads and its outlet on the
Ohio Hirer* the Norfolk and Westen Railroad places IVANHOE in direct
communication with the great markj.s, North, East, South and West. For
maps, deecrlptiva pamphlevs, etc., apj 1 j to the lavauhoe Laud and Improve?
ment Company, or G. M. Seeley, Secretary, Ivaahoe, Wythe county, Va.
W. C. VAN DORAN, President.
G. M. SEELEY. Sec'y and Treas.
JORDAN L. MOTT, owner J. L. l-Iottlron Works, Mott-Haveu, N. Y.
CHAS. G. EDDY, vice president N & W. Railroad.
EDWIN EINSTEIN, of New York City. Capitalist and director in New
River Mimeral Company.
GEO. H. SEELEY', of New Y'orl: City, Capitalist and president of New
River Mineral Company.
W. C. VAN DORAN, Ivauhoe, Vi
GEN. JOS. A. WALKER, Wytheviile, Va.
HERBERT G. HULL, New York City, capitalist and Lawyer. jyl 2w
Real : Estaigl Aqents
OFFICE, 112 S. JEFFERSON STREUT, REAR OF ELLIS BROS. STORE.
Can sell you some of the most Desirable business and residence property in
t Roanoke at reasonable pi ices, and the best terms.
Carr g*e always ready fco take you over
the City, jy43^
BOOM AND BOARD IN A DE
lighfftfl locality, 406 Fourth ave
ntte, 3. W._my30 tf
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS FOI
rent. Sixth Avenue, 3 doors east o.
Park street._jv 3tf.
FOR RENT.-THREE FURNISHEL
rooms for gentlemen at 302 First
street, S. E. jy43t
WANTED AT ONCE?A f FIRST
class moulder. Bluefield Iror
Works, Bluefield, W. Va. jy 4 St.
WANTED.?A BI^GHT ACTIVE
boy to feed presses at Hammonds
Printing Works. Apply at once.
CARR THE SIGN WRITER, COR
ner Third avenue and Firs? "street
N. W. mSrG-tf
PRINTER WANTED. EXPONENT
office, Bluefield, West Va. Good
wages to steady man. A man who
can kick a job press preferred.
BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO
dated at RorerPark Hotel. Nicely
furnished rooms. Large grounds.
Table 6et with the best the market
affords. MRS. CRAWFORD.
Persons deBiring to spend the
months of July and August among
the mountains, will address at once,
Mrs. Wm. H. Overstreet, Thaxton's,
Va. Residence two ana" a half miles j
from Norfolk and Western railroad,!
aleo six mUes west^of Bedford City. ?
Climate and waters unsurpassed for
health. Evenings dejightful, nights
cool and refreshing, hetuseeommodius
and airy. Terms $20 per month.
Jy St sod. \
SPECIAL LOl'AL NOTICES
Marshall's Cafe?The popular re?
-sort, furnishes a first-class dinner
j daily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents. ap5-tf
? ?Plaster your bouse with Marble
Rock lime, best on the market. Ifyou
? don't believe it, call on Carrier & Co.,
sole agents. Remember tl ? are the
cheapest sash, door and blin-. ?aanufac
urers in the city. Satisfaction guaran
3uy your cooking stoves from M.H,
Jennings & Co., near market house.
Salem avenue. f
Refrigerators and ice chests of var?
ious jnakes and sizes at E. H. Stewart
& Co.'s. je2l-tf.
For fire insurance call at the office
of the Roanoke Trust, juoan and Safe
Deposit Co. dec28-tf
Geyer, the Campbell street Tailo.r
carries a large and select stock of
goods in his line. my20 tf
A large and beautiful stock of car?
pets and rugs in newest 6ty!es 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
che complexion of the heart, as land?
scapes their variety from light.
Mrs. L. R. Ammen, corner Com
merce and Campbell streets will for
the next thirty days, beginning Mon?
day, June 80, close out her entire
stock of mUlinery and notions at cost.
Come early and secure bargains,
je 29 lw. j
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
Offer This Week
DRESS FABRICS of every descri] -
tion, suitable for the
j new things in Persian Mui s
a i film} e.ofh in the most ( s
, quisite (designs.
Satinjstriped Batistes, at 121c yc.,
in strikjingh s+ylish figures.
White Goods"of every description,
in plain, rdaid and triped material;,
at city }>ri<vs.
Cashmere Ombre Satines, entire r
new, at 12Jc: worth 20c.
New Lace Flouncings and Net in tl ;.'
New Ginghams, Outings, Percal s
and Prints, very cheap.
New black wool Etamiue, late t
New Silks iu India, Pongee, Faille ;,
Pean de Soie, at astonishingly lo ?
New wool Challies, at 20c yd, in tl ?
most artistic designs and colorings.
Swiss Flouncings and Embroideri <
in full assortments.
30 dozen Hemstit -hed Handke -
chiefs, this week at 5c.
Special Bargains in Corsets, Hoiser .
Gloves and Uiulerwear.
The ladies are all cordially invit< 1
to call and inspect the new things v e
are constantly openiug.
flEIRONIMUS & BBULtH
110 Commerce Street,
TO THE PUBLIC.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN A: ?
nouncing to the public that we a e
receiving daily our
?SUCH AS A PINE LINE OF
! We make a specialty in mournic r
Goods.300 pieces ol Dress Ginghan j
from 0 cents upwards. We have i
splendid line ofTowells, Napkii -
and Table lines. Our
SUCH AS HANDKERCHI EES. LI -
't dies' and Children's Hose.cannot 1 5
surpassed in Roanoke.
WE HAVE JUST [REGEIVED
over one thousand piece.--of Swiss an .
Haiuburg Edgings, flouncings i <
black and white.
Do Not Make up any Mor i
Underwear when you can buy thei i
at 20 cents and 55) cents apiece i
gowns as well as skirts.
Try one of our Kabo Corset i
as they are guaranteed for twelv ?
We Are the Agents for th?:
I Foster Kid Gloves, the best on th s
We Keep a Full Line o
Beaded Capes as low as ?2.00
In Fact You Can Find Any?
thing that is kept in a first-class dr
goods house at the lowest prices
Do not pass us by, but come in, a i
we take a pleasure in showing goods
122 SALEM AVENUE
The three outlets of disease are th?
bowels, the skin and the kidneys. Re
gulate their action'with the best puri
tying tonic, Burdock Blood bitters
On May 12th we sold our coal, wooc
and lumber business to Messrs. J. C
F. Bell & Co. We sent out notices o
amounts due us. Many came for
, ward and promptly settled; but then
are still some bills unpaid, which w<
I earnestly request maybe settled with
I out further notice.
; All accounts not settled during thf
month of July will be placed in the
j hands of an officer with instructions
i to "collect according to law."
jy2 W. K. Andrews & Co.
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.
Some early and secure bargains.
j une29-twk. _
Don't Trade for It.
All j persons are hereby warned \
igainst buying or trading for certifi
;ates of stock of the Baltimore and
Jhio Land Company, Salem, Va.,
lumber 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75, 76,
!7, 78,-79, 80, as they were issued by
niRtake. H. G. Brown, President.
Mattresses of all kinds made to order
by E. H. Stewart & Co. je21-tf
The largest stock of lace curtiansin
he city and at bottom prices at E.H.
Stewart &Co.'s. je21-tf
An elegant assortment of chamber
aid parlor suits have just been rej
<:eived by E. H. Stewart & Co. je21
Notice the prices on clothing in i
?llis BroB.' window.
Artists material at Picken's.
THOSE YOU KNOW
WHO WAS IN THE CITY YES
ODDS AND ENDS 6F CITY GOSSIP
j Spent the Fourth in the City-Tie
Flrv Alarm Laut Nlcnt-Cnarg? ?
with Stealing a WntcU?Loottlng f? r
Mr. A. S. Darden, of Suffolk, Va., is
registered at Hotel Felix.
Mr. J. T. Brown, of Ne'son count rt
was in the city yesterday.
Mr. E. P. Wright returned yester?
day morning from Richmond.
Mis. Frank T. Blancbord left yes?
terday for the Montgomery White.
Mr. H. Thornburg, of tho firm >t
Silverthorn A Co., is visiting friends
Miss Pattie Caruthers and Mi is
Lillian Parish, of Lynchburg, spe t
the Fourth in this city.
The fire alarm last night about 0
o'clock was occasioned by a big light
several miles north of the city.
A negro man was run over ai d
killed by a Virginia Midland train nt
Lynchburg yesterday morning.
Preaching at the Fourth avenue
Christian Church at 11 a. in. and 8: 5
p.m. Sunday"School at 0:80p.m.
Miss Vawter, daughter of Professor
Vawter, of the Miller School, is visi -
Log Miss Nellie Ott, on South Jeffer?
Mrs. Edrington, Miss Edrington ai d
Miss Rainey, of Fort Worth, Texas,
wbO'Spent the Fourth here, are sun -
niering at Blue Ridge.
Mr. Charles E. Finch, travelii n
freight agent of the Norfolk and Wes?
tern railroad, was in the city yesterdi y
on official business.
Mr. J.T. Joyce left this evening ( n
theShenandoah Valley No.4 to at?
tend the convention of the Mouhle >
Onion at Detriot, Michigan.
Dr. A. W. Eley, of Suffolk, Va., it
in the city looking around with a
view to making investments. Be is
accompanied by bis wife, and it
domiciled at Hotel Felix
Mr. W. A. Cushen, general manag u
of the Atlanta National Building ai d
L)an Association, returned yesterdi y
from a trip to Atlanta, in the interest
of his company.
Rev. 0. F. Flippo will praach in t! t
Baptist church: today at 11 a.m. aid
8 p. m. Morning subject: The Se ?
pent's Bite and its Remedy- Nig t
subject: Bunyan and Religious Li ?
The Roanpkes defeated the Briste e
yesterday bya scoreof ten to nothin
When the game dosed a lady on tl e
grand stand looked wistfully into b r
escort's lace and sweetly inquir I,
William Wills, colored, was arresti d
and locked up yesterday morniu
charged with stealing a watch Iron
Mr. J. S. Hilbert. The time-pie< e
was found in the possession of.kil
Adams, colored, who said he had pu ?
chased it of Willis.
A FALL TO T1LE1K DEATH
ilii ri' Moll Killed an.I Olio Hang? '?
on sly Hurl.
Three men killed and one man hu t
at Buena Vieta in a mine was tl e
news received here yesterday nion ?
i iug. It occurred at "Waterho e
shaft," a shaft one hundred and fort f
feet deep, from the bottom of whic i
ore for the furnace is beinggotten ou .
The accident took place about 3
o'clock yesterday morning. The me i
; had assembled at the mouth of tl 3
mine to begin their day's work. For r
of them, Eli Painter, John Montgon -
[Iery, Lipp Snead and Floyd Marioi,
had entered the cage to descend tj
the mine, when suddenly the suppoi t
under it gave way and with its livin ;
freight it was precipitated to the bo -
torn, 140 feet below. Eli Paiute ,
John Montgomery, and Lipp Snea I
were instantly killed. Floyd Marioi
' was taken up alive and soon becam s
conscious, but his condition is ver "
The cause of the accident has nc t
' been learned here. Messrs. Paintf r
j and Montgomery have been living s t
Buena Vista for some time.?Rock -
? bridge News.
BEYEBLY Tl'CKER DEAD.
He Expired in RiclimoiHl on Fritinj
after an Eventful Career.
Colonel Beverly Tucker died on Fri?
day afternoon. His remains will b t
buried in Scbockoe cemetery thi;
afternoon, at ? o'clock, from th:
Beverly Tucker was bom at Win?
chester, Va., June 8, 1820, His broth?
ers were St. George Tucker, Ion;
clerk of the House of Delegates, and .
well known man of letters ; Dr. DavL.
H. Tucker, one of the most eminen
physicians of his day, and Hon. Joh:i
Randolph Tucker,who has a nationa l
reputation as a jurist and a publii
man, and who was for years th i
leader of the Virginia delegates in
Congress. He was educated at th1
old Richmond Academy and at othe ?
private schools and at the Universit;'
of Virginia. He entered at once upoii
the active duties of life, but first earn;
prominently into notice as the edito :
of the Waebington. D. C., Sentinti
from 1853 to 185ti. He was a Democra;
of the State's rights school, and ren ?
dered efficient service for his party in
the national campaigns of 1SJ?2 am
He was appointed in 1S57 by Presi
dent James Buchanan consul to Liver
pool and there- remained until 1801
He then returned to his old natty
State and tendered his services to tin
Confederate States government. He
was sent by President Davis on tw(
special missions. First, he went tc
England, and afterwards to Canada
Each tim.3 he was entrusted with im
' portant business connected with the
procural of supplies for the army.
He rendered good services and they
were appreciated by the leader of the
At the close of the war he went tc
England. After a short sojourn there
:ie left for Mexico. He remained in
;he latter country until after the fall
of Maximilian. He then returned to
Danada, where he resided until 1870.
While in Canada he had at one time
an interest in a hotel at Windsor,
which was a great resort for Southern
exiles and visitors from the South,
and their sympathizers from other
Of late years Colonel Tucker lived
chiefly in "Washington.
A Gala Day There on the Fonrth?Im?
The Fourth was a gala day in this
place, the principal event of the'
day being the dedication of the Ran?
dolph Macon Academy. Visitors
from all over the State were present,
and the streets were crowded. The
dedicatory exercises were elaborate
The address .of welcome to the visi?
tors was delivered by Hon. W. W.
Berry, in his usual and whole-souled
manner, and met with a graceful re?
sponse from Hon. J. H, H. Figgat, of
Botetouxt, in the absence of Governor
McKinney,|who was programmed for i
his part. :
After A. hymn read by Rev. A. E. >
Dickinson, D. P., of "Richmond, am
sung by the entire audience, a mo:
eloquent prayer was offered bv tr
venerable and distinguished Dr. Mos?
D. H?ge, of Richmond. Rev. John 1
Edwards, of Lynchburg, then reo
the passage of scripture selected fc
t he occasion, and the aged evangelis
Rev. Leonidas Rosser, D. D., read tl
grand old hymn, "Coronation,11 whic
all present joined in singing, fillir
the building with a mighty burst <
Rev. Dr. Moses D. H?ge, an eloquei
Presbyterian devine, was then intr
duced, and delivered the address <
the day. Ho showed the necessity f<
separating the common schocl fro:
the higher, congratulated Prof. Sinn
on this great ntep in that dirctk
and declared that the future fc
tines of Randolph-ifacon we
assured. He was glad to hail tl
opening of a school where learn it
and religion were united. He eoj
pared Greece, the home of learniu
with Palestine, the home of religio
which "produced the noblest mi
that ever lived." His address w.
much admired ami enthusiastical
After the alumni song, "We Con
Alma Mater," had been sung, the re
resentatives of the various collegi
universities and academies of thisai
surrounding States were called up(
for brief addresses. Professors Rei
sen of Johns-Hopkins, Thornton
the University of Virginia, Morelai
of Washiegton and Lee, Puryear
Richmond College, Hulliday of Ham
den-Sidney, Miles of Emory ai
Henry, Dreher of Roanoke Collet
and Abbot of Bellevue, all ma<
brief congratulatory speeches.
Music by the excellent band prese
was discoursed during the intervj
between the speeches.
The guests were then ushered in
thecommodiou8"mess hall," where<
numbers of long tables a splend
collation was served in the best sty
to which ample justice was done,
was truly a tempting spread and i
fleeted much crtdit on the catei
who served it.
The ceremonies ended with a br
liant pyrotochic display at night.
Average Ajjc of Sltulcntn.
From the matriculation pledg<
which now have a line for date
birth, we have compiled the avera
age of the students of Roanoke C>
lege for last session, as follow
Seniors, 23.8 years; Juniors. 2'.
years: Sophomores, -J0.7: Freshinc
10.9; Sub-Freshmen, la.O; Comnn
cial course. General averaj.
Jh.? years. There were fourteen ov
25 years old, and only four und
Odd Scot'.'h Munnon,
Scotch manners can occasionally
odd. A Glasgow gentleman in (
sorting somo ludics from a dan
found a diamond hairpin In the b(
torn of the cab ami handed It to ono
the ladies. The owner advertised, ai
the young lady who had taken it fro
her escort received a reward of ?1
Then f.he young man applied for
share of the money, and, she refu
ing, he carried the question to coui
The court allotted him ?5.?Exchang
llcafrj U. Kiblin, Avho fitted up ti
Boston and Albany railroad's ernes,
ency room in Springfield, Mass., wi
the first one to be operated upon in i
lie jumped from a moving train, an?
falling under the wheels, his left le
was so crushed that amputation wt
The annual production of India ru'
her balls in different countries (in dc
ens) is: Germany, 2,850,000; Franc
800,000; Russia, 750.000; Engliin
630,000; Austria, 520,000: Amoric
500,0()0; Italy, 450,000; total, ea;
6,500,000 dozen. The demand for Ge
man balls i.; increasing yearly, (i?
many now exports to England aboi
850.000 dozen and to America abet
A necklace of great antiquity wi
found some time ago in the course.*
some excavations on Lord Horn?
property at Dundee, Scotland. Th.
necklace was claimed by the crown h
j treasure trove, bur the treasury affat
'. much deliberation^iaa returned it t
Lord Home on condition that he pr
sents it to the museum of antiqitarh
Stoves! stoves! stoves ! cbeapt
than ever at M. H. Jennings & Co.
Salem avenue, near market house.
Go to Geyer's to get your sprin
and summersuits my20 tf.
j East Tennessee Vircinia & Geor^i
Is the only Short and Direct Lin?
SOUTH, SOUTHWEST & WES1
The finest Pullman Vestibule sleep
ing car service in the South?Pullmar
31eepers without change, Roanoke tc
Knoxville, Chattanooga, Rome, An
niston, Selina, Montgomery, Mobile,
and New Orleans.
Direct connection made at Rome
and Chattanooga with through sleep?
For any further information address:
E. A. WARREN,
Trav. Pass. Agt. Bristol, Tean.
C. A. Bkxscoter,
Ass. Gen. Pass. Agt.
3. W. WREircr,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
jy5 tf Knoxville, Tenn.
jjlBE E.?STENOGRAPHY AND
typewriting free. First-class facil?
ities and best of teachers. Address
with stamp for return postage. *
THE PABIRH MFG. CO.,
?O0tf F/aftsb, N. Y. j
Messrs. Johnson & Johnson hav
secured the sole agency in this chV
for Radam's Microbe Killer. Our Mi
Louis Hall has been suffering fo
some time with lung trouble. B
states that since using the niedicin
he has experienced great relief, am
thinks he will ultimately regain hi
All that are indebted to the late
firm of H. H. Brownlee & Son, ar ?
hereby requested to come forwari.
and settle their accounts at once.
Mus. B. H. Brownlee,
jy2 lw No. 3, Second street, S. \\ .
A beautiful stock of English, Arne.
lean, and French plain and decor::te I
china tea, dinner and toilet sets at } .
H- Stewart & Co.'s. je^l- f
Having secured the services of a 1
experienced and expert paper hangt r
and draper and carpet layer we a. 3
now prepared to do all work in ch ?>
line in a proper and satisfactory mat -
ner. e. H. Stewart Si Co. Je21-t .
Heal Estate Agents,
There lias been wonderful a' -
tivity in city real estate in*thj
last two weeks, even fc r
Roanoke, Several hundre 1
thousand doliars worth of pr< -
perty changed hands at hand -
some profits. One lot fc r
example, which sold for seve i
thousand five hundred dol!a?s
eight days ago, was reso-I J
yesterday for eleven thou: ?
and dollars. Dozens of simi
lar examples might be gi v e;,
Have you been making an;
money dealing in Roanok i
Well, if yo u haven'tits yo i
REAL ESTATE AfrtV.
Sil YOUR BIT
Quit Paying Sent
B?Y YOU A HOI
A great majority will, of course, say
am not able. I have only a small ir.
come and my family must be sup
How Can I Buy s
Home With Small
A Verv Easy Question Tc
National Capital Savings,
Building and Loan
North : America,
Affords!: a means by which
every individual can
own his own
by being careful with your earnings.
For p3rticulars regarding stock and the '
manner by which you can secure a
home, apply to
GHAS. B. KNIGHT, t
arnpbell Sreet. j
CAN ALWAYS EE FOUND, AT
W. W. MARSTON'S
mar23-tf GROCERY, 148 SALEM AVENUE.
C. U. JORDAN, R. N. McOANDLiSH, E. H. CLOWES.
C, H. JORDAN * COMPANY
Bueua Vista, Virginia,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND INSURANCE.
invl.j Jim. .
Buy a Lot in faimei Cemetery, -
At a receut meeting of t: e Board of Directors of the
FAIR VIEW CEMETERY COMPANY,
It was decided to put their lots on the market at once. As I was appointed
at'ent for the Bale -''these lots, I will ake great pleasure in taking my friends
and the public, at any time, to aee the n. The company has recently, at con?
siderable cost, improved and heautifie I the grounds, which makes it one of th?
baudftomest cemeteries in the city.
Parties purchasing prior to the 1st c September will he allowed a discount of
>0 par cent.
J. Tl a FEATHERfcTON,
Of Featherston, Andrews & Co.,
1 je tf. 32 'Campbell street, Roanoke. Va
SOME SOFT SNAPS.
Two nice residences on first-class etrc its for sale on moderate monthly instan?
Corner Lot on Mountain Street.
Four Mew Six-Room Houses for Sale
CHEAP AND ON ACCOMMODATING TERMS.
Unimproved Business Property on Camp
Also Improved and Unimproved Pt >perty for sale iu all parts of the City
Wanted Three Cheap Houses on Monthly
FOARD. DOWNEY S H?RDAW?Y:
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
ROOMS S and 4, MOOMAW BU1LI 1NG, JEFFERSON STREET ROAN?
OKE. V RGINIA. jeSOtf
THOMAS & BURNS.
Never in the remarkable history of our big and fast increasing trade, or dur
ing any of our former great Special Sab 3, has there been such
such demonstration approval or such a out-poaricg of the people as during
our wonderful and unprecedented $9.7j and $11.75 Special Sale. The way tht\
were gobbled up iu a few days, shows onclusively how they were appreciated.
THIS AND NEXT WEEK
WE ARE R :ADY WITH
Hot Weather Things.
Boys' summer coats and vests, 65c to $2.00 Mens' olhce coats, (good ones)
50c; seersucker coats and vests, 85c; genuine Iudia Seersucker coats aud vesta,
far $1.75. Ali shades, Mohair and Pon.ees from $300, coats and vests, to $G.C0.
White and Fancy Vests
are quite the thing, and largely worn this season, and we are selling lots of
therabecause we have a large and line s ,ock, and our prices are extremely and
iuvilinglv LOW. J,
Corner 3d Ave. anc Jefferson Street. -
$5 TO $25.
BOYS' SUITS F ROM $3 TO $
CHILDREN'S SUITS FROM $2 TO $10
MEN'S, BCYfl', YOUTH'S,
IN ALL STYLES
SATIMMD A SPECIALTY.
Furnishing Department Complete
Wright Block Jefferson Street.