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is what eryboay is looking for. We have not the time nor space to enu?
merate the name of all we have in stock, but will say
COME AND SEE US.
You can surely find everything that is kept in
A ?R3T-CLASS GROCERY STORE.
?JR PRICES WILL SUIT YOU. YOUR PATRONAGE
IS SOLICITED. RESPECTFULLY,
L. H. BRUGH,
tf JEFFERSON STREET, - - ROANOKE, VA.
WYTHE COUNTY, VA.
At the junction of the North Carolina extension and Cripple Creek extension
of the Norfolk and Western Railroad. A great railroad junction, in the heart
of the greatest mining district of Southwest Virginia' aud destined soon to
rank with the great industrial centers of the New South.
Offer at Private Sale
Desirable Business and Dwelling Lots at an average Price j
All lots are favorably located on gently rising grounds overlooking the i
beautiful Valley of New River.
The exceedingly low price at which the3e lots are placed upon the mark et |
insures to investors quick and large returns.
TERMS OF SALE: One-third cash, balance in one and two yaars.
Through its excellent railroad facilities, IVANHOE is placed within miui
yjaujn hanLotthe enormous deposits of Gossan Iron Ore, of Carroll County, and
the world famous ttmonite aud-mouutain ores of Cripple Creek Valley, and also
within easy haul of the celebrated Pocahontas and Flat Top coal and coke
IMMENSE LIMESTONE QUARRIES ARE BE-I
ING OPERATED. WITHIN THE TOWN.
The No. 1 Furnace ot tiie New River Minera
Company is already in successful operation, while the
Svanhoe Iron Comoany,
under the Presidency of Mr. Jordan L. Mott, of the Mott Haven Iron Work
of New York, has been organized for the purpose of erecting another furnac
of large capacity. Tne extensive mine3 of the Mud River Mineral Company
adjoining the town, are already giving employment to a large number of men.
The IVANHOE ZINC COMPANY, with a capital of $500,000, has pur?
chased imtreoBe deposits of exceedingly rich zinc ores, which they are now de?
veloping, and will soon erect several zinc furnaces.
BeiBg the only city in the Southern connection of the Norfolk and Western
Railroad, IVANHOE. must become a great distributing point for the immense
ore fields aud agricultural and timber districts of Southwest Virginia and West- j
era North Carolina. Situated in the midst of a great wool raising district, and
within a short distance of the Southern cotton fields. No place in Virginia
possesses greater advantages for woolen and cotton mills.
Vast tracts of Red and White oak, chestnut, hickory, pine and hemlock,,
*y near at hand, furnish exceptional opportunities for wood-working establish-1
uents and steam tanneries.
A $35,000 -Hotel will be erected at once.
Vater works, planing mill and brick factory will be erected at an early
itors to tg_2,000 feet above the sea, the climate is unsurpassed by the celebrated
~" mouncam'resorts of <<he world. A large trad of level land with a front of one
anda half miles on New R;ver has been set aside for manufacturins purposes.
Liberal inducements will be offered all industries locating here. Through its
connections with the steamship lines, the Louisville and Nashville, the Cape
Fear and Yaskin Valley and f he Shenandoah railroads and its outlet on the
Ohio River, the Norfolk and Western Railroad places IVANHOE in direct
communication with the great marker, North, E ist. South and West. For i
maps, descriptive pamphlets, etc., apply to the lavanhoe Land and Improve- j
meat Company, or G. M. Seeley, Secretary, lvanhoe, Wythe county, Va.
W.C. VAN DOBAN, President. | G. M. SEELEY, Sec'y and Treas.
JORDAN L. MOTT, owner J. L. Mott Iron Works, Mott-Haveo, 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 York City, Capitalist and president of New
River Mineral Company.
W. C. VAN DORAN, lvanhoe, Va.
GEN. JOS. A. WALKE?, Wytheville, Va. '
HERBERT G. HULL, New York City, ca^^tnd'Lawyen jyl 2w
??'?TWlLLIAMS * CO.
Real : Estate Aqents.
OFFICE, 112 S. JEFFERSON STREET, REAR OF ELLIS BROS. STORE
Can sell you some of the most Desirable business and residence property in
Roanoke at reasonable prices, and the best terms.
Carriage always ready to take you over|
In Order To Get Beady
JFOR FALL STOCK.
MRS. GILMER'S- SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LAD IE
120 FOURTH AVE., S. W., ROANOKE, VA.
Thorough instruction in all departments, Primary, Intermediate and
in English. Mathematics and Languages! Advantages also in
Drawing, Painting and Elocution. Addre^orjwt^o^'e,
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
Offer This Week
DRESS FABRICS of every descrip?
tion, suitable for the
See the new rliiugs in Persian Mul.s
& beautirul fllnt> cloth in tlie most ex
Satin striped Batistes, at 12ic yd.,
in strikingly stvlish figures.
White Goods of every description,
in plain, plaid and ?-triped materials,
at city price*.
Cashmere Ombre Satines, entirely
new, at 12Jc, worth 20c.
New Lace Flounciugs and Net in the
New Ginghams, Outings, Percales
and Prints, very cheap.
New black wool Etamine, latesl
New Silks in India, Pongee,,Failles,
Pean de Soie, at astonishingly \o\\
New wool Challies, at 20c yd, in thf
most artistic designs and colorings.
Swiss Flouncings and Embroideries
in full assortments.
50 dozen Hemstitched Handker?
chiefs, this week at 5c.
Special Barjyains in Corsets, Hoisery,
Gloves and Underwear.
The ladies are all cordially invited
to call and inspect the new things we
are constantly opening.
HSIRQNIMUS & BB?GH ?
110 Commerce Street,
VIRGINIA AGRICULTURAL ANJp MJJj
CDANICAL COLLEGE. ?
The 19th session of the Va. A. & M.
College will commence on Sept. Wth,
1890. The College with tike, Stji?i?Ex
periment Station and wefl-e^nipped
machine shops offers epeefal advant?
ages to the agricultural ami mechan?
ical student. Full academfjLj?nd sci?
entific courses are also giveiMTTuition
free. For catalogue and father in?
formation, address ^
GEN. L. L. LOMAX,J?res ,
laug-dlw-wlm. Blacksburg, Va.
1 CORNERS FORSSpET
100 feet, corner Pine aud Ileury.
150 feet, corner Spruce aud Henry,
95 feet, corner Luck and Henry,
25 feet, corner Commerce oud Luck,
62 feet, corner Mountain aud Roauoke,
52 feet, corner Jellerson and Mountain,
75 feet, corner Jellerson and Elm,
55 J feet.corner Commerce and Franklin,
48 feet, corner Jefferson and Day,
J, F. WlNGFIELD
AGENT, ROANOKE,' VA.,
TO THE PUBLIC.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
nouncing to the public that we are
receiving daily our
?3uca;A3 a FiN3;,LiNh oe
We make a specialty in mourning
Goods.300 pieces of Dress Ginghams
from 6 cents upwards. We have a
splendid line of Towells, Napkins
and Table lines. Our
SUCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS, LA
dies' and Children's Hose.cannot be
surpassed in Roanoke.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
over one thousand pieces of Swiss and
Hamburg Edgings, flouncings in
black and white.
Do Not Make up any More
JJUnderwear when you can buy them
I [at 29 cents and 59 cents apiece in
gowns as weU as skirts.
Try one of our Kabp 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 $2.00 a
In Fact You Can Find Any?
thing that is kept in a first-class dry
foods house at the lowest prices.
>o not pass us by, but come in, as
we take a pleasure inshowinggoods.
12$ SALEM AVENUE.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE DOING IN
AND OUT OF ROANOKE.
The handsome residence of George
W. Ammen, in the West End, has
beeu completed, and he will move into
C. A. Huffman returned yesterday
from a business trip North.
Dr. William Pendleton, of Floyd
Court House, wasiu the city yesterday.
' Benjamin S. Peuigo, Common?
wealth's at'orney of Floyd county, was
in the city ye-terday. He says the
census does not show very weil for his
couuty, giving considerable decrease
from that of 1880.
Councilman ,T. C. Grave's and wife
gave a very pleasaut social Monday
night at their home, nt which a large
uumber of young people were present.
The employes of the Roanoke Ma?
chine Works will have their hearts
made glad today by receiving their
monthly pay. The amouut to be paid
-out is about $05,000. The shops are
iu - lull force now, having orders for
nearly four months ahead.
R. H. Gray, Esq , has returned
? JYom the Alleghany Springs, where he
spent several days.
Rev, J. II. Boyd, pastor of Greene
MemorraT? Church, has recovered from
his reesut sickness, so as to be out
TMr. and Mrs. S. F. Patterson are
>eliding a few days with friends at
- Mr. John C. Hill, of Vinton, who
has'been .mite ill tor some time,has re?
covered and was in the city yesterday.
J[Messrs. M. P. Scott and George Fell
liave returned from a visit to Niagara
Falls and Canada, where they spent
>,several weeks in visiting the different
points of iulerest.
WOBD? OF WISDOM.
Ah Articlco" Seime iiiii! Direction? Ro
nnoke Needs Sewer*.
The Norfolk Landmark says edi?
torially in yesterday's issue:
Our Roanoke contemporaries are
taking a good deal of trouble to deny
statements and to counteract impres?
sions unfavorable to the good health
of their town. They claim, and they
ought to know, that Roanoke is an
unusually healthy place. If it is not
it surely ought to be, for there is en?
terprise enough inthat rising city to
erect a perfect sewer system, if it is
not already there.
All that is necessary to the perfect
health of Roanoke is the establish?
ment of no absolutely efficient system
of sewerage, so that the place may be
perfectly drained, not only nf the
refusal that aceummulutes in the nat?
ural course of events, but of all stand?
ing water from the clouds, or from
rlie pipes. Certainly, no liberal
minded or generous person, though
living in a competing locality, should
entertain or circulate reports detri?
mental to the good reparation of a
sister town, and it is only the meanest
man on the earth that could deliber?
ately fabricate stories for such a
character for the purpose of injuring
a rival locality.
We sympathize with our Roanoke
friends in their sense of wrong, as it
was a favorite pastime several years
ago, for persons who did not know
the truth and others who did not
care to know it. to refer to Norfolk
as a sickly city. There are perhaps
many in the country who. having
once received such impressions, do
not yet know what is a fact, that
Norfolk is one of the healthiest cities
in the country and has an admirable
sewer system. The prosperity of
Roanoke cannot be retarded by any
malicious report about her public
health, for they will be refuted, and
her verv public-spirited population
will not suffer any actual cause of
sickness to remain unremoved if it
should exist among tliem.
The October Meeting:.
The Melrose Park Driving Associa- '
tion will meet later in the week to'
pass Upon the executive committee's
report of a program for the fall meet- j
ing. The meeting will be held shortly |
after that at Lynchburg; and will last
for three days. Some fifteen e^suAS
will be contested, and $S$0O"wil| be
divided in p".rS?8r'Tn additkm to
'wC-l'iCmrVS^arV'irginia stables, several
well-known outeiders are expected to
A Foregone Conclusion.
It has caused no little-surprise here
that there should be some doubt ex
isting outside of the State with regard
to the exact date when the present
charter of the Louisiana State Lottery
Company expires. This is plainly ex?
pressed in the charter of the company
which being a public document, is on
file and readily accessible. Even the
present charter does not terminate
until 18115. Moreover, an amendment
has been ordeied by the Legislature!
of the State to be submitted to the
people, by which the charter of the
company will be extended up to the
year 1!U0. Charters are necessarily
granted for a limited time, and their
renewal is a mere matter of form.
This has been fully provided for, as
anyone familiar with the facts of the
case must know. Great satisfaction
is expressed at the management of
Generals Beauregard and Early, who,
as superintendents of the drawings,
have maintained the high standard
to which the Louisiana State Lottery
Company has always lived up.?New
Orleans (La.) Times-Democrat, Au?
Stated by H. B. Cochran, druggist,
Lancaster, Pa. Have guaranteed
over 300 bottles of Burdock Blood
Bitters for dyspepsia, sour stomach,
bilious attacks, liver and kidney
Have used Dr. Thomas' Eelectric
Oil for croup and colds, and declare it
a positive cure. Contributed by Wm.
Kav, 570 Plymouth Ave., Buffalo,
The fourth annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Home Loan and
Building Association will be held in
the offics of Gray & Boswell, on
Wednesday evening, Aug. 20, 18110.
At 8 o'clock to receive report for the
year ending July 23,1800, and transact
such other business a6 may come be?
t?re said meeting. Subscription books
will be opened for those who desire
to take stock in the fifth series, and
will remain open until Aug. 27,1800.
Subscription books will also be placed
with Jos. R. Hanthorn, at Roanoke
Machine works. George W. Ramsey,
Norfolk and Western General Office
Building, Ed Didier, comer Jefferson
street and Campbell avenue, and
Geo. C McCaban with J. S. Sim?
mons, Real Estate Company.
Geo. C. McCaha>',
A CHILD KILLED.
Another child killed by the use
of opiates given in* the form of sooth?
ing syrup. Why mothers give their
children such deadly poison is sur?
prising when they can relieve the
child of its peculiar troubles by using
Dr. Acker's Baby Soother. It con?
tains no Opium or morphine. Bold by ,
BudWell, Christran & tfajftfrfe.
WHAT IS WRONG WITH EVANS?
A Well Known Virginia Correspond*
ent Accused ofStrauKe Proceedings.
RICHM03O), August 19.?The Dis?
patch today prints the following story
of a gentleman well known in Roan
oke, from its Harrisonburg corres?
"Your correspondent at Williams
burg in Sunday's Dispatch gives un?
der the heading of 'A Modern Don
Quixote,1 an account of the move?
ments of Mr. Wilmer Evans at Rich?
mond and elsewhere. As this itine?
rant gentleman figured in this com?
munity about a month ago in a way
likely to excite suspicion, your corres?
pondent would place his movements
here on record. Mr. Evans rode into
town on the l?th of July, or therea?
bouts, accompanied by his valet, and
stopped at the Powers House He
claimed to have come from Castle
Hill, the former home of Mrs. Amelie
Rives Chanler, where he hud stopped
for several days.
From this place he started to visit_
Miss McClelland, the authoress, in
upper Buckingham, and on his way
to that point he spent the night with
W. D. Staples, near Howardsville,
proffering a draft for his bill, but
linally promising to remit in a few
days by mail. While at Mr. Staples'
he used a small camera he had with
him to take negatives of several mem?
bers of the family, promising to send
a half dozen photographs of each. So
completely minus tunds was he at this
point that he borrowed a half-dollar
from Mr. Staples to have his horse
He returned to this place a week
later, again stopping at the Powers
House, aud on July 24th presented a
draft for $15 at J. L. Moon's banking
room, which Mr. Moon consented to
cash if he would get a local endorser.
This ho succeeded in doing in the
person of one of our most prominent
citizens, who believed Mr. Evans to
be "all 0. K." The draft was on a
brother of Mr. Evans at Roanoke and
it promptly came back protested.
Some days later a lawyer of this
place went to Roanoke on other busi?
ness and took occasion .to see the
brother, who appeared to be a nice
gentleman, and who stated that he
had bad several drafts on him drawn
by Wilmer Evans protested, and in?
timated that he woold only pay out
money to save his brother from
While here Mr. Evans,who is a man of
polish and a fluent conversasioualist,
informed your corespondent tbat he
bad established in Baltimore a syn?
dicate known as the Hiss-Evans Syn?
dicate (Mr. Hiss being a partner),
from which literary productions?
short stories?were furnished to about
forty Sunday papers the Dispatch
being among the number. In his
travels he was not seeking to write
up the country through ? hieb he trav?
eled, but sought data upon which to
build his stories.
Mr. Evans wrote back from Wil?
liamsburg to the gentleman who en?
dorsed the draft for him here asking
for the whole amount due him, and
he stated that he would remit his
check for the amount, but this has
not been done as yet. It is the confi?
dent belief of your correspondent,
who had several lengthy coversations
with the subject of this letter, that
Mr. Evans may be somewhat "off"
mentally, and it is not. really the in?
tention of the man to defraud those
with whom he comes in contact.
This, of course, is a liberal construc?
tion to be placed upon bis course. |
Try Paul Jones famous old Baker
whiskey. J. F. Marshall & Co.,
augl.j 2m Sole agents for Roauoke.
Go to Geyer's to get your spring
aud summer suits my20 tf.
SPECIAL LOCAL. NOTICES'
Artists material at Picken's.
Stove3! stoves! stoves! cheaper
than ever at M. H. Jennings & Co.,
Salem avenue, near market bouse.
Buy jour cooking stoves from M.H
Jennings & Co., near market house.
Salem avenue. I
Marshall's Cafe?The popular re?
sort, furnishes a first-class dinner
daily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents. ap5-tf
Refrigerators and ice chests of var:
ious makes and sizes at E. H. SttVvart
& Co.'s. . . je21tf.
- For tire insurance call at the office
ot the Roanoke Trust, ^oan aud S?t'e
Deposit Co. dec28-tf
Geyer, the Campbell street Tailo.r
carries a large and select stock of
goods in his line. iny2G 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.
The best fitting and most stylish
suits in the city at Geyers, on Camp
bell street. my20 tf
Mattresses of all kinds made to order
by E. H. Stewart & Co. je21-tf
The largest stock of lace curtians'in
the city and at-bottom prices at E H.
Stewart & Co.'s. je21-tf
A beautiful stock of English Amen?
lean, anil French plain and decorated
china tea, dinneraml toilet sets at E.
H- Stewart & Co.'s. je21-tf
An elegant assortment of chamber
and parlor suits have just been re
teived by E. ? Stewart & Co. je21
Marshall's Cafe?For a full course
dinner served in A 1 style daily from
1 toll for ~)0 ceiits^_ apjj tf
NOTHING - SUCCEEDS
The reason RADAM'S MICROBE
KILLER is the most
is because it has nev?
er failed in any in?
stance, no matter
what the disease,
from Leprosy to the
known to the human
The scientific men
of today claim and prove that every
Caused By Microbes,
exterminates the, microbes and drive*
them out of the system, and when
that is done you cannot have an ache
or pain. No matter what the -diseas*
whethera simple case of malaria feve.
or a combination of diseases, we cure
them all at the Bame time, as we treat
all diseases constitutionally.
Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh,
Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Kidney and
LiverDisease,Chills and Fever,Female
Troubles, in all its forms, and, in fact,
every disease known to the human
Beware of Fraudulent Imitations.
See that our Trade Mark (same as
above) appears on each jug.
S8dfi for book "History of .the
VIRGINIA BREWING COMPANY'S
Pure Lager Beer, On Draught From Today On,
BREWED 11 ?
The Races J R. GREENE & CO.
Today are particularly interesting tn
account of the big stakes to he con?
At M oDtnoutb the Omnibus stakes
Will bo the principal attraction, a'.so
the Criterion Stakes, whose value to
the winner is
Sorna other good races are also f>n die
Moumuulh card tomorrow.
The Kentucky Stakes (85,320 to the
winner) will be ru'i, also tae Beaver
These stake races are the principal
attractions, of course, but some ele?
gant races fcr purses will bo. ruu,
any of which are worth seeing.
All these races art reporicd in detail
by our own operator, over leased
is is a Bare Chance
For Roauoke people to invest on the
result of these great races, and those
desiring to take atlvata^e orH can do
so bv calling at the
]STo. 105 Jefferson St.
Everybody is invited toed!. No ad?
mission wi'l be charged fur the next
Saratoga races bc^'m at 11.30: Mon
mouth at li:o0.
12 RACES 12
And Good Ones Too
The Best and Most Popular
Resort in the City.
Only the Best Wines and Liquors are
Served over the Bar.
to of i Mi la km.
By special arrangement with-experi?
enced buyers on the Norfolk
market, we are enabled to
supply our patrons with
the best the market
a fiords. -
Call and see us and you will be
Ladies' and Cents' Dining Room up
CUAS. J. ORMSBY,
Cor. CampUell aud Nelson streets.
Open day and night.
TN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE
lHustings Court of the city of Roa?
uoke, on the 24th day of July, 1890.
The object of this suit is to obtain
a divorce a mensa et tboro from the
defendant. And an affidavit having
been made and filed that the defend?
ant, Shadrack Shplton, is not a resi?
dent of the State of Virginia, it is
ordered that he do appear here, with?
in fifteen davs after due publication
hereof, and do what may be necessary
to protect his interest in this suit.
And it is further ordered that a copy
hereof be published once a week for
four weeks in the Roanoke Daily
Times and that a copy be posted at
the front door of the courthouse of
this city on the first day of the next
S. S. Brooke, Clerk.
pens & HoCKK, p. q. jy25tra
Are now selling outtlieir immense stock of
Spring and Summer Clothing *
Preparatory to removing in their new and elegant Store Rooms on Jefferson
Street, next to the TIMES building. Go and see them; they will
treat you right.
ESTA B LI SHED IN ROANOKE 1882.
?S JEWELRY 4 .AIT BAZAAR
-CARRIES THE LARGEST, FINEST AND
MOST ARTISTIC STOCK IN THE CITY.
Our repairing department is up to the highest markand all
kinds of fine Work in
?/atciies and Jewelry, Also Artistic
?-ENGRAVING DONE ON THE PREMISES.
The attention of all water users is
caUed to bills. now due for quarter
begining July 1st. In cases where
they are not paid on or befoi*e the
20th of this month, the supply of
water will be cut off without further
notice. J. C. RAWN, .
.Manag?r Roanoke Gas and "Water!
ARTISTS' MATERIAL SOLD.
29 SALEM AVENUE, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA.
D. F?. Burrell, Proprietor.
Nos. 5 to 9 Norfolk Avenue, Opposite Uniin
Nev/ Building, New and Elegant Pur?
FIRST-CLASS SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COM
SEPH LAWSOK SCO.
Xmpo wrs and Wholesale
No. 3 Jefferson Street, Gale Block?
Have in store and for sale 50 barrels Chester whiskey, our own distillation, 50
barrels celebrated Glenwood whiskey of which we are sole proprietors, also
Lawson's choice old velvet and Wilson, and other brands of whiskey too
numerous to mention. Imported and domestic brandies, gins, wines, &c, all
of the celebrated brands in wood and glass 50. cases Muuim's champagnes
just receiyed. Can furnish anything in our line at lowest figures.
Special Attention Paid to Orders from Dry Districts.. Come
and See Us.
fftfiTTAM w? T" Vquulan Shoes are
bilUliUfl warranted, and every pair |
has Win name and price stamped on bottom.
?3 on, I last TeDi? Virpia & Georiria
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Fine Calf and Laced Waterproof Grain.
Tho excellenco and wearing qualities of this shoe
cannot ho better shown than by the strong ?naoMO
mcnts of its thousands of constant wearers.
Sir .00 Genuine Hand-sewed, an elegant and
? stvllsii ilress Shoe which commends Itself.
SJH.OO- lluiid-scwed Welt. A fine calf Shoe
?? unequalled for stylo and durability.
$0.60 Goodyear Welt is the standard dress
O Shoe, at a popular price. ? '
S-2.60 Policeman's Shoe ^especially adapted
? for railroad men, fanners, etc.
All made In Congress, Button and Lace.
$3^2 SHOES lad*!es,
bavo been most favorably recefed since introduced
and tho recent improvements ?Die them superior
to any shoes sold at these prices.
Ask your Dealer, and if he cannot supplyyou send
direct to factory enclosing advertised price,, or *?
postal for order blanks.
v W. L, DOUGLAS, Brockton, Moss.
janlleod-6m tu th sat
is the only Short and Oireot Line
ctnnrnn onTTminnnnm o \m
J. E. Mulcare & Co,
TIN AND SHEET-1RUN WARE,
And dealers in aU kinds of Cooking
and Heating Stoves. Plumbing, and
Gas and Steam fitting done. Tin
roofing a specialty. Satisfaction guar
anteed. No. 115 FirWavenue, Roan?
oke. Va. ap5-tf
- REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
Improved and unimproved property in
alhparts of the city.
RENTING A SPECIALTY
AGENTS FOR THE
ExcMbp Mliu ant Investment Co.
Parties wishing to purchase Real
estate desirably located and on easy
terms can be accommodated by calling
on ua.1 Office No. 110 Jefferson street.
Gra y & Bosw.ell.
The finest Pullman Vestibule sleep
ingjear servic-*4afhe South^PeRoi&n
-Sleepers without change, Roanoke to
Knoxvihe, 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, Tenn.
C. A. Benscoter,
Ass. Gen. Pass. Agt.
B. W. Wrenn,
jy5 tf Knoxville, Tenn.
FUQUA & BOAZ.
Heating by Steam. Hot "Water or Hot
ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING
401 JEFFERSON ST.,
ROANOKE, - - -\ VIRGINIA.
Esfirnrl&B che'erfolly M^'eu on this line