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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
GOME AND SEE US.
You can surely find everything that is kept in
A FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE.
OUR PRICES WILL SUIT YOU. YOUR PATRONAGE
IS SOLICITED. RESPECTFULLY,
L. H. BRUGH.
WYTHE COUNTY, VA.
At the junction of the North Carolina extension and Cripple Creek exfension
of the Norfolk and Western Railroad. A great railroad junction, in the heart
of the greatest mining district of Southwest Virginia, B>ud destined soou to
rank with the great industrial centers of the New South.
LAND ANiJ IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
Offer at Private Sale
Desirable Business and Dwelling Lots at an average Price
All lots are favorably located on gently rising grouuds overlooking the
beautiful Valley of New River.
The exceedingly low price at which these lots are placed upon the market
losures to investors quick and large returns.
TERMS OF SALE: One-third cash, balance iu one and two years.
Through its excellent railroad facilities, 1VANIIOE i& placed within mini
iaum haul of the enormous deposits of Gossau Irou Ore, of Carroll County, and
tW^TTtvgldikmous limonite and mountain ores of Cripple Creek Valley, aud also
within easy haul of The celebrated Pocahontas and Flat Top coal aud coke
IMMENSE LIMESTONE QUARRIES ARE BE?
ING OPERATED WITHIN THE TOWN.
The No, 1 Furnace ot the New River Minera
Company is already in successful operation, while the
Uvanhoe hon Company,
under the Presidency of Mr. Jordan L. Mott, of the Mott Haven Irou Work
of New York, has been organized foe the purpose of erecting another furuac
of large capacity. The extensive mines of the Mud River Miueral Company
adjoining the town, are already giving employment to a lame number of men.
The IVANHOE ZINC COMPANY, with a capital of $500.000^ has pur?
chased immense deposits of exceedingly rich zinc ores, which they are uow de?
veloping, and will soon erect several zinc furnaces.
Being the only city iu the Soulhern connection of the Norfolk aod Western
Railroad, IVANHOE. must become a great distributing poiut for the immense
ore fields and agricultural aud timber districts of Southwest Virginia aud. West?
ern North Carolina. Situated in the midst of* a great wool raising district, and
withiu 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,
near at hand, furnish exceptional opportunities for wood-working establish?
ments and steam tanneries.
A $35,000 Hotel will be erected at once.
Water works, planing mill aud brick factory will be erected at an early
Being 2,000 feet above the sea. the climate is uusurpassed by the celebrated
?^mpuncam resorts of the world. A large tract of level laud with a front of one-1
andTTEadf miles on New River has been set aside for manufacturing purposes.
Liberal inducements will be offered all industries locating here. Through its
connections with the steamship liues, the Louisville and Nashville, the Cape
Fear aud Yaskin Valley aud the Sheuandoah railroads and its outlet on the
Ohio River, the Norfolk and Western Railroad places IVANHOE in direct
communication with the great marke.s. North, E*st, South and West. For
maps, descriptive pamphlets, etc., apply to the lavauhoe Lan-i and Improve?
ment Company, or G. M. Sceley, Secretary, Ivanhoe, Wythe couuty, Va.
W. C. VAN DORAN, President. | G. M. SEELEY, Sec'y and Treas.
JORDAN L. MOTT, owner J. L. Mott Iron Works, Mott-Haven, 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, Ivanhoe, Va.
GEN. JOS. A. WALKER, Wytheville, Va.
HERBERT G. HULL, New York City, capitalist and Lawyer. jyl 2w
H. A, WILLIAMS * 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
the City, jy43m
In Order To Get Ready
FOR FALL STOCK.
MRS. GILMER'S SCHOOL '
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
120 FOURTH AVE., S. W., ROANOKE, VA.
Thorough instruction in all departments. Primary, Intermediate and
Senior in Lnghsh Mathematics ami -Languages. S Advantages also in
Mn81c;J^^1n^^iut!n?MQEl^l?"- Address forWaloguef
jyl?Wed&Suntf f MRS. PAOjlT L GILMER. -
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
Offer This Week
DRESS FABRICS of every descrip?
tion, suitable for the
See t to no vv tii ims in Persian Mtu.s
a beau ??' \V.ui\ i* oth in the most ex
Satin striped Batisies, at 12Ac yd.,
in strik'itiiih s^yPsh figures.
White Goods of every description,
in plain, plaid and triped materials,
at city price"
Cashmere Ombre Satines, entirely
new, at 12ic, worth 20c.
New Lace Flouncing* aud >'et in the
New Ginghams, Outings, Percales
and Prints, very cheap.
New black wool Etaruine, latest
New Silks in India, Pongee, Failles,
Peau 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 ladieR are all cordially invited
to call and inspect the new things we
are constantly opening.
fiHHUS & BRUSH
110 Commerce Street,
VIRGINIA AGRICULTURAL AND MK
The 19th session of the Va. A. & M.
College will commence on Sept. 11th,
1S90. The College with the State Ex?
periment Station and well-equipped
machine shops offers special advant?
ages to the agricultural and mechan?
ical student. Full academic and sci?
entific courses are also given. Tuition
free. For catalogue and further in?
GEN. l. L. LOMAX, Pres ,
laug-dlw-wlm. Blacksburg, Va.
COMERS FOR SALE.
100 feet, comer Pine and Henry,
150 feet, corner Spruce and Henry,
95 feet, corner Luck aud Henry,
25 feet, corner Commerce ond Luck,
62 feet, corner Mountain aud Roanoke,
52 feet, corner Jtil'ersou and Mountain,
75 feet, corner Jefferson and Elm,
55 A feet.corner Commerce aud Franklin,
48 feet, corner Jefl'ersoti and Day,
AGENT, ROANOKE, VA.,
10 THE PUBLIC.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
nouncing to the public that we are
receiving daily our
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
-sucajvs a f:nbj;line;of
We make a specialty in mourning
Goods.300 pieces of Dress Ginghams
from 6 cents upwards. We have a
splendid line of Towells, Napkins
aud Table lines. Our
SUCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS, LA
dies' and Children's Hose, cannot be
surpassed in Roanoke.
WE HIVE JUST RECEIVED
over one thousand pieces of Swiss and
Hamburg Edgings, liouncings in
black and white.
Do Not Make up any More
iUnderwear when yon can buy them
I [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
WeJ 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.
De not pass us by, but come in, as
we take a pleasure inshowinggoods.
122 SALEM AVENUE.
MIS WIFE CAME AFTER HIM.
A Baltimore Man Concludes it Is Time
to Tarn Over a Kew Lent.
Early last spring James Campbell, a
stone mason, came to this city from
Baltimore. He had steady employ?
ment, but his wages have been spent
at saloons. Early yesterday morning
Officer Weedon found Campbell in
East Roanoke very drunk, aud had
him removed to the station-house in a
cart. On Tuesday his wife, in Balti?
more, received a letter stating that he
She arrived yesterday morning
with two small children, expecting to
find her husband able to pay their
fare home and hoping to prevail upon
him to return with them. She found
him in the station house and herself
and her two children penniless.
Through sympathy her husband was
released. After greeting his wife and
children affectionately he left them
at the station house and did not re?
turn until after ? o'clock in the even
Mrs Campbell told Acting Mayor
Hantborne that she could not remain
here, as she had left three children
! with a neighbor in Baltimore, and re?
quested that he furnish her a ticket
l to return. She said that they are
comfortably situated at home, and
; when her husband lets drink alone
she has given her children the ad?
vantages of education in the pay
schon Is of Baltimore.
Since her husband came to Roanoke
he had been sending barely sufficient
money to provide food, and she had
been living in the hope that he would
quit drinkiug and save sullicient to
enable her to discharge the indebted?
ness they had been compelled to in?
cur. She expressed a willingness to
come to Roauoke and live if her hus?
band would arrange for them a home
here, and thought that they could do
so both pleasantly and profitably.
In the evening Chief Morris gave
Mrs. Campbell a check to purchase a
return ticket, and in company with
her husband she left to take the train
Campbell says he has plenty to do,
and will go to work this morning. He
is ashamed of his actions, and says
that this is alessou for life. Pointing
to the little three-year-old girl who)
held his hand he said to the Times !
reporter: "This is a sample of my
family. Do you think I need any
other inducement to make a man out
v Trnmp Sells 3? of (lie Weed
for "2~> CciilM.
It was discovered yesterday about
noon that a Norfolk and Western
local freight car had been broken into
and robbed of several boxes of tobacco.
A tramp sold twenty-three plugs of
tobacco for twenty-live cents to W.
J. Woodcock, who reported the mat?
ter to the yard foreman. Officer
Tuggle was immediately put upon
the case, and with Robert Wigmore
and Woodcock, started in pursuit.
The posse overtook him near Shaf?
fer's crossing, about two miles from
tbe city. Woodstock and Wigmore
were some distance ahead of Officer
Tuggle, who is just recovering from a
case of sickness. The tramp kept
them at bay with stones until the ar?
rival of the officers, who Bred three
shots before tbe man surrendered.
He gave his name as John P. Farby,
and said he wus from Louisiana, hav?
ing run away from home when a boy.
Four boxes of tobacco were found in
his possession, excepting a few plugs.
A negro who has been working on
the grading of the new yard at West
End, left several pounds of tobacco
which he claims to have found iu a
loaded gondola, with Wreck Master
Graham, and being suspected of hav?
ing stolen it was arrested and will be
given a hearing this morning, with
Farby before Acting Mayor Han-'
thorne this morning.
A Peculiar Coincidence,
The funeral of the child of Mrs. J. I
R. Bowie took place Tuesday after?
noon. Mrs. Bowie's mother, Mrs.
George Nace, of Houston, Botetourt
county, was present, and while stand?
ing at the grave received a telegram
announcing that her husband had
fallen from a wagou and received I
fatal injuries. She was immediately
prostrated, and, as she is a delicate
woman, serious results are feared.
Mr. Nace leaves a widow and four
children. He was well known in
On Tuesday, the 20th of August, J.
H. Valentine; of Lynchburg, will sell
a number of valuable lots in the
Rivennont property. The tract,
which has been divided up into 240
lots, lies about eight blocks fiom the
proposed car line and fronts on several
of the principal streets of Rivennont.
The land lies well aud it is laid off so
that a party buying three lots can
have a frontage on three different
streets. The lots are 4U by 12?.
Fred M. Goodson, a compositor on
Tiik TIMES, received information
yesterday of the death of his infant
daughter, Viola May, at his home in
Cleveland, 0-, aged one year aud ten
Mrs. George P. Airheart, accom?
panied by her sister, Mrs. G. A. Hub
bard, left yesterday for a visit to her
father, John Copenhaver, at Marion,
The picnic in Carr's woods, Tues?
day, was quite a pleasant alfair. Mrs.
S. C. Woltz chaperoned the party,
assisted by Miss Rosa ProfTitt.
A fierce dog fight, on the east side
of Jefferson street, near the corner of
Railroad avenue, yesterday, drew a
crowd that blocked the street half
way to Salem avenue.
J. T. Ward, formerly of this city,
but now of Bluefield. W. Va., is on a
visit to his parents, Mr- and Mrs. J.
H. Ward, corner Fifth and Common?
wealth avenues, n. e.
C. M. Nails, formerly a Salem ave?
nue merchant, but now a successful
fruit canner of Botetourt county, is
renewing old acquaintances in the
Pitcher Quarles, of the Roanoke
club, left yesserday for a three days'
visit to Petersburg.
A writer to the Richmond Dispatch
from the Rockbridge Alum Springs
pays this compliment to one of Roau
oke's young ladies: Those who pop?
ular opinion have crowned the queens
of beauty for the season are Mrs.
Bradley T. Johnson, of Baltimore,
and Miss May Daniel, of Roanoke.
Rev. L. A. Cutler passed through
Roanoke yesterday to attend the con?
vention of the Christian Church at
Pulaski City. He was the guest of J.
Among the arrivals at Hotel Roan?
oke during the past week was Aubrey
R. Bowles, of Richmond.
Do you know that you can ha vre
madeto order at Hammond's Print?
ing Works any kind of blank book
you may desire, and on two or three
days' notice, and at prices lower than
ever heard tell of? Call and see them
or drop them a postal card- au21-ly.
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' Eclectric
Oil for croup and colds, and declare it
a positive cure. Contributed by Wm.
Kay, 570 Plymouth Ave., Buffalo,1-.
CASES IN COURT.
UcGlII Got Ills Two Dollnr? a Day
Forrar's Five Hollar Raise.
Two right interesting cases?one
civil and the other criminal?occupied
the attention of Judge "Williams'
court yesterday morning. The first
was the case of Thomas McGill, a
paper hanger, vs. W. J. and L. Blair,
contractors and builders. They had
hired McGill to work by the day at
the rate of $2, with the understand?
ing that he should do plain painting
when they bad no papering to be
done. McGill had been doing plaiu
painting for some time, but owing to
a misunderstanding quit their service
just when they had a large job of
paper hanging on hand. They claimed
that McGill's services as a painter
wpre not worth ?2 per day, and re?
fused to pay him at that rate. Judge
Williams ruled that a man employed
by the day had a right to stop when
he pleases,and rendered judgment for
The other was the case of John W.
Elliott vs. Robert Ferrar, obtaining
money on false pretence. It appeared
in the evidence that Ferrar had been
boarding with Elliott and on Tuesday
morning called on Mrs. Elliott and
told her that her husband had sent
him for a dollar. She bad nothing
less than a $3 note, and Ferrar agreed
to have it changed and return the
four at noon. Instead of returning
Ferrar went off to a picnic in Carr's
woods, and in the evening returned to
the city and commenced drinking.
Elliott met him and asked concerning
the matter. He confessed but was
unable to return the money, and
Ellott bad a warrant issued for his
arrest. Judge Williams advised them
to settle the matter, and Ferrar paid
the $5 and costs and the case was dis?
A CHILI) KILLED.
Another child killed by the use
of opiates given in the form of suoth
iner 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. Sold by
Budwcll, Christian & Barbee.
SPECIAL torn, NOTICES*
Artists material at Picken's.
jaul 7 ?*'
Stoves! stoves! stoves! cheaper
than ever at M. H. Jennings & Co.,
Salem avenue, near market house.
Buy jour cooking stoves from M.II
Jennings & Co., near market house.
Salem avenue. I
Marshall's Cafe?The popular re?
sort, furnishes a first-class dinner
daily from I to 3 for 30 cents. ap5-tf
Refrigerators and ice chests of var?
ious makes and sizes at E. H. Stewart
For fire insurance call ut the office
ol the Roanoke Trust, ~oan and S?fe
Deposit Co. dec28-tf
Geyer, the Campbell street TaiIo,r
carries a large aud select stock of
goods in his line. niy20 tf
A large and beautiful stock of car?
pets and rugs in newest styles can be
found at E.H.Stewart A'Co.'s. je21-tf.
The best fitting and most stylish
suits in the city at Geyer's, on Camp
bell street. iny20 tf
Mattresses of all kinds made to order
by E. H. Stewart A Co. je21-tf
The largest stock of lace curtians'in
the city and at bottom prices at EH.
Stewart A Co.'s. jeSl-tf
A beautiful stock of English Ameri?
can, and French plain aud decorated
china tea, dinner and toilet sets at E.
H- Stewart A' Co.'s. je21-tf
An elegant assortment of chamber
and parlor suits have just been re
teived by E. Ik Stewart A Co. je21
Marshall's Cafe?For a full course
dinner served in A 1 style daily frjwu
1 to V, for 50 cents. ap5 fW|
t CALLED CONVOO*
ii. tion of Murray Royal
Arch Chapter, No. 22, will
be held in Masonic Temple
this I THURSDAY) even?
ing, at 8 o'clock, for work.
All Royal Arch Masons
in good standing cordially invited.
By order of the M. E. H. P.
S. M. Woodward, Jr.,
Aug. 21, 18'JO. Secretary.
The Best and Most Popular
Resort in the City.
Only the Best Wines and Liquors are
Served over the Bar.
Gut d ill Kinds In km,
By special arrangement wkh experi?
enced buyers on the Norfolk
market, we are .enabled to
supply our patrons with
the best the market
Call aud see us and you will be
Ladies' and Gents' Dining Room up
CIIAS. J. ORMSBY".
Cor. Campbell and Nelson streets.
Open day and night.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS.
Improved and unimproved property in
all parts of the city.
RENTING A SPECIALTY
AGENTS FOR THE
Excise BuUiing ani testatCo,
Parties wishing to purchase Real
estate desirably located and on easy
terms can be accommodated by calling
on us. Office No. 110 Jefferson 6treet.
FUQUA & BOAZ.
Heating by Steam, Hot Water or Hot
roofing, guttering, spouting.
401 JEFFERSON ST.,~
roanoke, - - - virginia.
Estimates cheerfully given on this line
of work. je6 6m
Pure L?ger Beer, On Draught From Today On.
BREWED FROM PURE HALT ID HOPS. TRY IT!
By J. H. VALENTINE, Real Estate Auctioneer, No." 1022 Main St.
240 BEA?TIF?Tl?lLDIN? LOTS
On Tuesday Evening, August 26, commencing at 4 o'clock,
and continuing, from day to day, at the same hour,
until the entire number is sold.
And hoar the Monmuuth Park Races
reported by telegraph.
Get yourself informed in regard
the blooded horses in the couu'ry.
The day is fast corning when you
will have to know something of the
good horses or take a back seat in
whatever company you meet.
Racing is fast becoming the all-ab?
sorbing topic and if you are not posted
on the horses you will have to listen
to your friends and kcop quiet.
There is no excuse for Ignorance on
this subject in Roanoke, you have all
the advantages that are ottered in any
citv iu the country, and if you .rail to
grasp the opportunity you arc the ouly
The horses now running all have
records which you cm stc by calling al
the Turf Exchange and looking over
the Turf Guide.
This guide gives a full account ol
each race that has been run this year,
showing how each horse was placed in
each race, weight canied, c'c. Persons
desiring to study these records can bor?
row guides from us. as we have a num?
ber of them. Business men, mechanics,
real estate men and all olh. rs are in?
vited to call at the Exchange, where
everything in regard to the races will
The entries for each race are posted
upon our boards daily, with the weights
and the jockey riding each horse.
The track odd.> arc le.egraphed us
and posted upon our boards and you
are at liberty to hack any horse you
desire, at the odds upon our board.
These odds range from evcu mone;,
up to 20 and 30 to one. It is no un?
common thing to see a horse win wiih
10 to 1 against him. L'pon investing
>-10 upon a winner at 10 to 1 you would
have a profit of $100.
The races today commence at 2:30.
The entries will, however, be posted at
10 o'clock a. m. and can be seen by
AT TEE EEH4IE
105 Jefferson St.
Tail Property is Situated is the Hilst of tieRiTermont Company's Property,!^
The Futurs Great City of the South!
THE NATURAL CENTRE OF
Commerce, Mining, Manufacturing and Transportation.
This property lies within a short distance of that magnificent structure, the
Rivermout Bridge and the city of Lynchburg, and within one square of the pro?
posed line of the Electric Street Railway. This property will be traversed by
the extension of Main or Stonewall streets, and lies within one square of Bed?
ford Avmue. The property fronts on Cabell Street about three squares. The
lots are beautifully aud conveniently located, and have been laid oft* in street?
and alleys. Owing to the advantage of location, this property will increase in
value. It is situated near the prosperous aud growing City of Lyncbburj.
which now has a population of 25,000 people, aud when the elegant structure,
the Rivermout Bridge, is completed, which will be about 15th of December
next, will be the natural outlet of the crowded population of the city. Lots in
this locality will be especially desirable as residence proper .y, as the lots are
elevated aud command a view of some of the most beautiful and picturesque
scenery in the country, embracing the far-famed Peaks of Otter aud other moun?
tain peaks of lesser note. It also commands a splendid view of the city.
J. H. VALENTINE, Heal Estate Aunt i litter.
TERMS?One-fourth Cish, balance 6, 12,18 and 24 months.
This property is sold for a non-resident.
augSO?l 22 23 IM 28
JR. GREENE & CO.
DUEFEY & GREENE,
Are uow selling out their 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.
ESTABLISHED IN ROANOKE 1882.
G?SSET! k CO.
PICON'S JEIELBY 4 ART BAM
-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
Watches and Jewelry, Also Artistic
-ENGRAVING DONE ON THE PREMISES.
ARTISTS' MATERIAL SOLD.
29 SALEM AVENUE, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA.
East Tennessee Virainia & Geor?ia
RAILWAY SYSTEM ?
Is the only Short and Direct Line
The finest Pullman Vestibule sleep?
ing car service in the South?Pullman
Sleepers without change, Roanoke to
Knoxville, Chattanooga, Rome, An
niston, Selina, Montgomery, Mobile,
and New Orleans.
Direct connection made at Rome
and Chattanooga with througb sleep?
For any further information address:
E. A. WARREN,
Trav. Pass. Agt. Bristol, Tenn.
C. A. Be?'SCoter,
Ass. Gen. Pass. Agt.
B. W. Wrenn,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
jy5 tf Knoxville, Tenn.
MONEY TO LOAN
THE PEOPLES' PERPETUAL
will lend money on long time and easy
payments. Shares inay be taken at
anytime. Apply to,;j
Secretary and treasurer.
?Boom 1, Masonic Temple. apl tf. [
D. R. Burrell, Proprietor. M.
Kos. 5 to 9 Norfolk Avenue, Opposite Uni)D
. PASSENGER DEPOT.
New Building*, New and Elegant Fur'
FIRST-CLASS SAMPLE ROOMS FOR COM
OSEPH LI 1111 SCO.
Impo tbrs and Wholesale
No- 3 Jefferson Street, Gale Block,
Have in store and for sale 50 barrels Chester whiskey, our own distillation, GO
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, gbos, wines, &c, all
of the celebrated brands in wood ard glass 50. cases Mumm's champagnes
just receiyed. Can furnish anything in our line at lowest figures.
Special Attention l>iu iu G'r^trs from Dry Districts. Come
and See Us.
TN THE CLERK'S OFFICE OP THE
lHustings Court of the city of Roa?
noke, on the 24th day of July, 1800.
The object of this suit is to obtain
a divorce a inensa et thoro from the
defendant. And an affidavit having
been made and filed that the defend?
ant, Shadrack Shelton, 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
tho front door of the courthouse of
this city on the first day of the next
term. ?, ,
S. S. Brooke, Clerk.
Pen? & Cocke, p. q. }y351m l
The attention of all water users is
called to bills now due for quarter
begining July 1st. In cases where
they are not paid on or before the
20th of this month, the supplv of
water will be cut off without further
aotjice. J. C. RAWN,
Manager Roanoke Qnk and Water
Company jyi7 tf.
J- E. Mulcare & Co,
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
And dealers in all kindi of Cooking
and Heating Stoves. Plumbing, and
Gas and Steam fitting done. Tiu
roofing a specialty, ft^isfacthmguar?
anteed. No. 115 Firarav^nu'e, Roan?
oke, Va. apg-tf