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is what erybouy is looking for. We have not the time nor space to enu?
merate the name of_all we have in stock, but will say
CQMi>KND SEE JS.
5ou can surely find everything that is kept in
A FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE.
* ?TJRT PRICES WILL SUIT YOU. YOUR PATRONAGE j
IS SOLICITED. RESPECTFULLY,
L. H. BRUGH,
JEFFERSON STREET,
ROANOKE, VA.
WYTHE COUNTY, VA.
At the junction ot the North Caroliua extension aud Cripple Creek extension
of the Norfolk ami Western Railroad. A sreat railroad junction, in the heart
of tue greatest miuiug district of Southwest Virginia, and destined soon to
rank with the great iudustria! ceuters of the New South.
THE
LIND ?ND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
Offer- at Private Sale
Desirable Business and Dwelling Lots at an average Price
of $275.
All. lots are favorably located ou gen tiy rising grounds overlooking the
beautiful Val'ey of New River.
The exceedingly low price at which those lots are placed upon the market
insures to investors quick and large returns.
TERMS OF SALE: Oue-third cash, balance in one and two yaars.
Through its excellent railroad facilities. IVANHOE i?. placed within tniui
mum haul of the euormou? deposits of Gossau Iron Ore, of Carroll Couuty, and
ihe world famous limouite and mountain ores of Cripple Creek Valley, and also
within easy haul of the celebrated Pocahontas and Flat Top coal aud coke
fields.
IMMENSE" LIMESTONE QUARRIES ARE BE?
ING OPERATED WITHIN THE TOWN.
The NO, 1 Furnace ot the New River Minera
Company is already in successful operatiou, while the
Svanhoe iron Company,
under the Presidency of Mr. Jordan L. Mott, of ths Mott Haven Iron Work
of New York, has boeu organized for the purpose of erecting another luruac
of large capacity. The extensive mines of the Mud River Mineral Company
adjoining the town, are already giving employment to a large number of men.
The I'VANHOE ZINC COMPANY, with a capital of $500,000, bas pur?
chased immense deposits of exceedingly rich ziue ores, which they are uow de?
veloping, and will soon erect several zinc furnaces.
Being 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 and agricultural and timber districts of Southwest Virginia aud West?
ern North Carolina. Situited in the midst of a great wool raising district, and
within a ?bort distance of the Southern cotton fields. No place iu Virgiuia
possesses ...eater advantages for woolen and cotton mills.
Vast tracts of Red atul White oak. chestnut, hickory, piue and hemlock^
near at hand, furnish exceptional opportunities for wood-working establish?
ments and steam tanneries.
A $35,000 Hotel will ha erected at once.
Water work?, plaumg mill and brick factory will be erected at an early
date.
Being 2,000 feet above the sea. the climate is uusurpassed by the celebrated;
mountain resorts of the world. A large tract of level land with a front of one
anda half miles on New River has been set aside for mauufacturiug purposes.
Liberal inducements will be offered all industries lociting here. Through its
connSctiT5ns with the steamship line 1, the Louisville aud Nashville, the Cape
Fear and Yaskin Valley and the Shenandoah railroads and its outlet on the
Ohio River, the Norfolk and Western Railroad places IVANHOE in direct
communication with the great marke.3, North, East, South aud West. For
maps, descriptive pamphlets, etc.. apply to the lavauhoe Lau'l and Improve?
ment Company, or G. M. See'.ey. Sscretary, Ivauhoe, Wythe county, Va.
W C. VAN DORAN. President. | G. M. SEELEY, Sec'y and Treas.
DIRECTORS:
.JORDAN L. MOTT, owuer J. L. Mott Iron Works, Mott-Havcn, N. Y.
CHAS. G. EDDY, vice president N. & W. Railroad.
EDWIN EINSTEIN, of Nsw York City. Capitalist aud director in New
River Mimerai Company.
GEO.EE. SEELEY, of New York City, Capitalist aud president of New
River Minera! Company. *
W. C. VAN DORAN. Ivauhoe, Va.
GEN. JOS. A. WALKER. WytheviMe, Va.
HERBERT G. HULL, New York City, capitalist and Lawyer. jy!2w
H. A, WILLIAMS It CO
: Estate Aqents.
OFFICE, 112 S. JEFFERSON STREET, REAR OF.ELLI3 BROS. STORE
Can sell you some of the most Desirable business and residence property in
Roanoke at reasonable prices, and the beat terms.
Carriage always ready to take you over
.the City, jy43m
SUMMER
x CLOTHING
AT COST!
In Order To <$et Ready
FOR FALL ^TOCK.
FRANK BR?S.,
Jefferson Street,
MRS. GILMER'S SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES,
120 FOURTH AVE., S. W., ROANOKE, TA.
Thorough instruction in all departments. Primary, Intermediate and
Senior in English. Ma hematics and Languages. Advantages also ^
Music, Drawing, Painting and Elocution. Add ess for catalo;
- jylOWeafcSuntf
MRS. PATTY L.TGILMER.
HEIR0S1B
-AT THEIR?
NEW STORE
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
Offer This Week
DRESS FABRICS of every deserip
. tion, suitable for the
HOT MONTHS.
See t le new things in Persian Mui.s
a beauciful lUm> clothiu the most ex
quisite designs.
Satin striped Batistes, at 121c yd.,
inBtrikitnrlv stylish figures.
"White Goods of every description,
in plain, plaid and -triped materials,
at City price*.
Cashmere Ombre Satines, entirely
new, at 124c, worth 20c.
New Lace Flouncings and Net in the
largest assortment.
New Ginghams, Outings, Percales
and Prints, very cheap.
New black wool Etamine, latest
summer fabric.
New Silks in India, Pongee, Failles,
Pean de Soie, at astonishingly low
prices.
New woo! Challies, at 20c yd, in the
most artistic designs and colorings.
Swiss Flouncings and Embroideries
in full assortments.
50 dozeu 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.
aUBONIIUS & BR?GH
110 Commerce Street,
ROANOKE, VIRGINIA,
tf_
VIRGINIA AGRICULTURAL AND ME?
CHANICAL COLLEGE.
The 10th session of the Ya. 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?
formations address
GEN. L. L. LOMAX, Pres ,
laug-dlw-wlm._Blacksburg, Va.
CORNERS FOR SALE.
100 feet, corner Pine aud Henry,
S3.500.
150 feet, corner Spruce and Henry,
$3,750.
95 feet, corner Luck and Henry,
$10,000.
25 feet, corner Commerce oud Luck,
$10,500.
G2 feet, corner Mountain and Roanoke,
$3,500.
52 feet, corner Jefferson and Mountuin,
$5,000.
75 feet, corner Jefferson and Elm,
$7,500.
55* feet.corner Commerce aud Franklin,
" $8,250.
4$ feet, corner Jefferson aud Day,
$7,200.
Apply to
J, F. WlNGFIELD
INSURANCE AND
REAL ESTATE.
AGENT, ROANOKE, VA.,
_feh2-tf
A CARD
TO THE PUBLIC.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
nouncing to the public that we are
receiving daily our
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
-3UCI;VS A FiN'^'.LlNh.OF
DRESS GOODS,
TRIMMINGS
-TO MATCH.
We make a specialty in mourning
Goods.300 pieces of Dress Ginghams
from G cents upwards. We have a
splendid line of Towells, Napkins
and Table lines. Our
Notion Departm't
SUCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS, LA
dies1 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
^Underwear when you can buy them
g [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
months.
!
We Are the Agents for the
Foster Kid Gloves, the best on the
market.
I
We| Keep a Full Line of
Beaded Capes as low as $2.00 a
piejee.
In fjact 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.
I. BACHBACH.
122 SALEM AVEN?B.1
tt .1
PERSONAL ITEMS
WHAT PEOPLE ARE DOING IN
AND OUT OF ROANOKE. .
Mrs. C. H. Buchanan, of this .city,
accompanied by her mother, Mrs. M.
K. Baskette, left yesterday evening for
Nashville, Tennessee.
Mr. and Mrs. Lind have returned
from the spring?.
Captain S. S. Brooke returned this
moruiuc from Norfolk, where he has
been for a week. Mrs. Brooke will re?
main in Norfolk till the latter part of
the week, when she will return home.
J. U. Ward, a lormer member of
the City Council of Roaooke, but now
inspector for the Norfolk Coal nod
Coke Company at Lick Brauch, on the
Elkhorn division of the Norfolk and
Western, was called home Sunday ou
account of ?.he illuess of his wife Mrs.
Ward was improving yesterday.
W. T. Lockett will leave this morn?
ing for a ten days trip to Henry county.
Mrs. P. J. Creeley will leave this
UiOr.dug for a visit to frieuds and rela?
tives in Pennsylvania.
Commissioner of Revenue C. M.
Turner and family, who have beeu on
a ten days' visit to friends and relatives
iu Franklin and Henry counties, will
return toiJny.
A marriage license was isnued yes?
terday from tho clerks office to Joseph
G. Riser and Miss Sallie Young, bulb
of this city. .
J. W. Stonebraker ami wife leave
this morning for Wayuesboro, Pa.,
where they will make their future
home.
Rev. J. H. Rumberg, solicitor for
funds and endowment for the erection
of the Methodist Episcopal College, in
this city, is quite ill. His wife is also
seriously sick from an affection of the
lungs, from which she has been suffer
iog for some months.
General Manager Joseph II. Sand;.,
of the Norfolk aud Western Railroad
Company, returned yesterday from a
trip to Nova Scotia.
L. Levioe & Son, the Salem avenue
dry goods merchants, have gone to
Baltimore, Philadelphia aud New
York to purchase fall stock.
Misses Ella aud Faunie Paris, of
Staunton, are visiting th*?ir brother
G. R. Paris, at Hotel Felix.
The following were at Hotel Roau
oke yesterday: D I. Bach man, Pu
laski, Juo. F. Wilcox, Pittshurg; Mrs.
L. W. Hayes and Miss J. Wall, Sardis,
Miss.; Theo. Low, Shenandoah; T. J*
Cooper, Winchester; E. II. Griffin,
Petersburg, Aaron Mikado, Norfolk:
Jas. R. Branch, Richmond.
The kitchen aud an outhouse of the
farm of T. Allen Watts, Esq., were
burned lust Saturday eight. Nothing
of the cohtents was saved.
After ?urk Friday Night.
"After Dark,'* which opens the sea
sou at the Opera House Frtftay night,
is by Dion Boucicault, and is a drama
of London life. The play deals wirb
6tirriug events in England's great
metropolis, and comes here with all
the scenery, properties and effects
used in the New Yoik production.
In the first act several important and
interesting points of old England are
shown. The second act is London
bridge at night, with the (lowing
Thames beneath. This river scene
will be represented on the stage by a
huge stream of real water. The water
will flood the stage from wall to wall
and to a depth of three feet. The
realistic part of this act is where the
heroine is thrown headlong into the
water by the viUian, and is rescued
in a thrilling scene by one of the
characters, who makes a daring dive
over the bow of a boat into the water
for her. In the third act is the Lon?
don concert hall scene, which will in?
troduce a troupe of vaudeville artists,
among whom are Kelly and Murphey,
two exhibition boxers, and also Sher?
man and Morrisey, two artists whom
Mr. Brady engaged specially for this
season.
The Mnyor'M Court.
Nothing out of theordinary course
before Acting Mayor Hanthorne yes?
terday morning. Two drunks paid
the usual line, while three economists
each naid $2 for the solid rest found
by sleeping in a box car.
Two negro men named Joseph Phil
lins and William Patterson were fined
each for disturbing the peace and
quiet of the Sabbath.
John Braceles paid $5 for being
drunk and advertising the same.
B. 0. Mays and Thomas Herliley
were charged with disturbing the
peace, and will answer to the same
this morning.
Bacting Mayor Hanthorne lined John
Dowdy $4 on Saturday for failing to
abate a nuisance on his premises,
corner Fourth avenue and Second
street. Dowdy had willfully disre?
garded the notice of the sanitaJy in?
spector, and was fined $2 per day for
every day after the second notice
that the nuisance remained una?
bated. The mayor proposes to treat
all who disregard the notices of the
sanitary inspector, using as little
en lency as possible.
To be Sold Today.
The sale of 240 choice lots of the
Rivermont property, at Lynchburg
will take place in that city at 4 o'clock
this afternoon. A number of Roa
noke's most prominent and substan?
tial citizens have invested largely in
the property and there is likely to be
a great demand for the lots. Mr. J.
H. Vallentine will sell them.
Do you know that you can have
made to 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.
For Rent.
Desirable office or store room in
Times building, corner Third avenue
and First street, s. w." The best loca?
tion in the city. For terms and par?
ticulars, apply at this office.
Old exchanges for sale at The
Times office; 20 cents per 100.
i Notice.
The annual meeting of the stock?
holders of the Home Loan and Build?
ing Association will be held on Wed?
nesday evening, August 27, 1890, at 8
o'clock in the office of Gray & Bos
well. Geo. McCahajv,
aug22-5t_Secretai y.
Ladles Have Tried It.
A number of my lady customers
have tried "Mother's Friend," ?nd
would not be without for many times
its cost. They recommend it to all
who are to become mothers. R. A.
Payne, Druggist, Greenville, Ala.
Write Bradfleld Reg. Co., Atlanta,
Ga., for particulars. By Bud well,
Christian and Barbee.
A pure and reliable medicine.?A
compound finid extract of roots,
leaves, barks and: berries is Burdock
Blood Bitters. They , cure all dis?
eases of the blood, liver and kidneys.
Go to (jfe/er's to get your spiixrg^
and eamrah suits niy201 f.
.OBITUARY.
Died, at her late residence, Bullitt
street, of paralysis, Sunday morning,
August'24,1890, Mrs. Hester McGehee
aged 41 years and 20 days. The de?
ceased was the wife of our townsman,
Juni us McGehee. Esq , secretary and
treasurer of the Roanoke City rail?
way, and also of the Electric Light
Company. She was a most estimable
lady, charitable to a fault, and the
bereaved husband, aged mother and
six little children have the sympathy
of the entire community. Rcr funeral
took place at 4 o'clock p. in. yesterday
from St. Andrew's Church, Rev. J.W.
Lynch officiating.
Died,of scarlet fever, Monday morn?
ing, August 25th, 1800, Mary Duggan,
aged 4 years. 7 months and 12 days,
child of Owen and Margaret Duggan.
The funeral will take place 5 o'clock
p. m. today from St. Andrew's Cath?
olic Church.
John Valentine, died at 11 o'clock
yesterday morning at his home
503 Seventh avenue n. e., aged
40 years. Ho leaves a wife and
several children. The funeral will
take place this afternoon at 3 o'clock
from Greene Memorial Church; in?
terment at Fairview. The Odd Fel?
low of which be was a member, will
participate.
R. P. Finch, who resided at No.
709 Third street s. w., died suddenly
yesterday morning at 10 o'clock, aged
33 years. Heart disease was the cause
of his death. He will be buried in
the City Cemetery this evening at 4
o'clock.
A Sml It u ii'-"s PiiiiNlimciil.
From th? Alexandria Gazette.
These are sad days for Grocer Wil?
liam C. Peters, of South Chester. On
Friday he suffered the pain and hu?
miliation of being horsewhipped by
the irate mother of Miss Kennah
Allcutt; on Saturday be was told that
the young lady's brother intended to
pummel him without mercy, aud
today he expects to be subpoenaed as
t he respondent in a breach of. prom?
ise suit. What makes it all the luore
agggravating for William is the fact
that his young and pretty wife is
unaware of all his troubles.
In ><?<?<: nl an Ordinance.
From the Graham Headlight.
While in Pocahontas last Sunday
we were told that Alex Robinson, who
runs a c'olor?l bar room, butcher
stall and huckster shop at the corner
of Centre and Church streets, had
just been celebrating the absolute
freedom from municipal restraint en?
joyed by the citizens in killing and
dj-essinga hog in front of his premises.
I.ltcrutnrc Under It i ill cutties.
From the Danville Register.
Have you read "Marie Bashkirt
sheff?"
We have been trying it for a week
aud have thus far followed Marie
through but two years of her event?
ful life. There are yet four years to
come, but we're going to see her
through?if there are enough rainy
Sundays this winter to allow us to
complete the task.
Will Practice in Houiiakc.
Dr. A. O. Pitcher, of Mt. Pleasant,
Iowa, one of the leading homeopathic
physicians and surgeons of the West,
has been in Roanoke for several days.
He lias been looking at improved
property and announces bis intention
of coming to Roan >ke to resume prae
tice in a few weeks He is a Virginian
by birth and has lost none of his at?
tachment for his native state.
Where In Mr. Bnrroazb'n Con 7
From 'Ii' Bristol Nows,
A large, poor ugly cow left my l"t
bt Nickels House the 16tb of August.
Dark brindle, some while about
Hanks, crooked horns, nearly come
together?two extra short teats. Re- |
ward for her return.
A. H. Burroughs.
THE TIMES office has been removed
to the new building corner Third
avenue and First street, southwest,
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES'
Artists material at Pickeu's.
janl7-*?
Stoves! stoves! stoves! cheaper
than ever at M. H. Jennings & Co.,
Salem avenue, near market house.
oet7-tf
Buy jour cooking 3toves from M.H
Jennings & Co., near market house
Salam avenue. 1
Marshall's Cafe?The popular re-j
sort, furnishes a first-class ' dinner I
daily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents, ap5-tf
Refrigerators find ice chests of var?
ious makes and sizes at E. H. Stewart
fcCo.'s. je2l tf.
For Arc insurance call at the ofliet
ot the Roanoke Trust, ^oan and Safe
Deposit Co. dec28-tf
Geyer, the Campbell street Tailo.rj
carries a large and select stock ofj
goods in his line. my20 tf
A large.and beautiful stock of car- j
pets aud 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 Geyer's, 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?n
the city and at bottom prices at E H.
Stewart & Co.'s. je21-tf
> beautiful stock of English Ameri
lcan, and French plain and decorated
china tea, dinner and toilet sets at E.
H- Stewart &Co.'s. je21-tf
An elegant assortment of chamber
and parlor suits have just been re
reived by E. H. Stewart & Co. je21
Marshall's Cafe?For a full course
dinner served in A 1 style daily from
1 to 3 for HO cents. ap5 tf
NATIONAL
Wanted, 200 young men to invest a
small capital in money, and from four
to five months' time and a fair use of
brains, and thus secure the best pos?
sible investment, one that will con?
tinue during life to yield handsome
and ever-increasing dividends. The
investment is better than real estate,
even in the Magic City, where large
returns are constantly being realized ;
bette-than Government Bonds, which
are so much sought for ; better than
houses and lands; yea. even better
than gold and silver, which so often
take to themselves wings and ily
away,
This investment, which is within
the reach of all who feel the need of
it, will not only do more to give you
a fair start in life than any other, bnt
the outcome of it will continue to
yield you abundantly when the active
sphere of busy toil shall have ceased,
and declining years overtaken you.
Young men, would you know what
the investment is? It is simply to
secure one of the Interest-bearing
Scholarships now issued by the above
institution, permanently located in
Roanoke, and soon to occupy the
whole of the third story in that
handsome and commodious building
on the corner of Henry and Camphell
streets, which rooms are now being
expressly fitted and elegantly fur?
nished for the ose of this popular
school, and secure the advantages of
a complete Business Edncation,which
can never be taken from you. Make
up your minde and apply at once at
the College, opposite the Postoffice,
so that yon may be registered and
ready to start with tho opening otth'6
regular session, Sept. 1st,' 189u.
Sold by Badwell, Christian & Bar
bee and all druggists. jyio tf
nlnrrlt Rrmpd
Iiisiaiiily relieves
iitir! sjietdlly cures
catnrrli. Why do
you mi (Ter? Oswl in
un Infallible eure?
Sold by Budwell Christian & Bar
bee, and all druggists- jylO tf. :
THE
MONMO?TH PIRK
HANDICAP
Will be run today at
Monmouth Park
Below will be found the entries
with weights carried by each horse.
The distance is one and one-hall'
miles und the horses are of the
highest grade.
No Better Horses
ever contested for a stake before.
The entries are as follows :
Sal vat or, 134.
Firenzi, 12?.
Prince Royal, iL'?).
Tristan, 111.
Tea Tray, 110.
Lavinia Bell, 109.
Oriflammo, 102.
Anaconda, !?7.
Phono, IIS.
Loa Angeles, 118.
Besides this grand attraction
live other races will be run at
MONMOUTH
and six races at Saratoga.
The horses entered iu all these
races today arc high classed and it
will prove interesting to call at
the Exchange and hear them de?
scribed by telegraph. Euch race
is reported in detail as it is bd
ing run and track odds are
posted upon oar boards. Call this
morning at 11:30. Saratoga com?
mences at 11:30 ami Monmouth
al ?-?:.'>{). A great treat can be had
by calling at the
today. Onr number is
105 Jefferson St.
G?SSET! k CO.,
-THE
East Tennessee Virfflnia & G-eorsia
RAILWAY SYSTEM
Is tho only Short and Direct Line
to the
SOUTH. SOUTHWEST I WEST
The finest Pullman Vestibule sleep?
ing car service in the South?Pullman
Sleepers without change, Roanoke to
Khoxville, Chattanooga, Rome, An
niston, Selina, Montgomery, Mobile,
and New Orleans.
Direct connection made at Rome
and Chattanooga with through sleep?
ers for
ATLANTA,
MACON &
JACKSONVILLE.
For any further information address:
E. A. WARREN,
Trav. Pass. Agt. Bristol, Tenn.
C. A. Bexscoter,
Ass. Gen. Pass. Agt.
B. W Wrenn,
Gen. Pass. Agt.
jy5 tf Knoxville, Tenn.
SEED WHEAT.
AU the new and best yielding varie?
ties. Our fall circular contains full
descriptions, prices, etc . also valuable
information about Granges and Clovers
find full lists of Dutch Bulbs, and all
Seeds for Fall Sowing mailed free.
Send for it. T. W. WOOD & SONS,
Seedsmen, 8 and 10 South 14th St.,
Richmond, Va. _d&w
YOUNGE.
Architect and Superintendent j
Roanoke, Va. Room 6. Didier Build?
ing. All classes of public and private
buildings. Artistic interior work, and
decoration a specfalty. jy4tf
OPERA HOUSE
Gala Opening of the Fall Season*
WM. A. BRADY'S
Elaborate Picturesque Production of Dion Boucicault'a Vivid Night
Picture of England's Great Metropolis
'AFTER DARKX
The Great Railroad Scene, Showing a Locomotive and Train of Car*
Dsshiug at Lightning Speed Across the Stage.
SEE THE GREAT LONDON BRIDGE SCENE
With a Haee River of REAL WATER. The Raid on the Gambling
House. The Daring Dive From the Boat. The Thrilling Rescue
From the Rail. The Concert Hall Scene, Introducing the
Most Scientific Exponents of Fistic Art,
Kelley and Mvirphey.
THE FUNNIEST ACT IN EXISTENCE BY
Sherman and Monissey
\ [n Their Lau^hlable Burlesque Trapeze Speciality.
Bv J. H. VALENTINE, Real Eslale Auctioneer, No. 1G22 Main St.
M BEAUTIFUL BVILOIK" LOTS
5
On Tuesday Evening, August 26 commencing at 4 o'clock,
and continuing from day to day, at the s tme hour,
until the entire number is s< Id.
This Property is Situated in tie Mi of the Xlivermaat Company's Property, ia
LVNCHB?RC, VA.,
The Future Great City of the South!
THE NATURAL CENTRE OF
Commerce, Mining, Manufacturing and Transportation.
This properly lies wlthiu a short distance of that magnificent structure, the
Rivermont Bridge and -be city of Lynchburg, and withm one square of the pro?
posed line of the Electric S.reet Railway. This property will be traversed by
the extrusion of "la'n or Stonewall streets, and lies within one square of Bed?
ford Av?nne. The p-operly f on;s on Cabell Street about three -quares. The
lots are beautifully and conveuie?tly located, and jave been laid off in streets
and alleys. Ow'ug to the advanl.-ie of location, this proper" will increase in
value. It is ;.ittvited near the prosperous and growing l.'Ly of Lynchbur/,
which now ha-, a populate 1 of 25.000 people, aud when tbe elegant stru:ture,
the Rivermont Br/'dge, :s ^omple.ei-, which will be about the 15th of December
uext, will be the uatural o.'.let of tue crowded popu'aliou of the city. Lots in
this locality will be especia"y de?rable. as re-'dei e proper .y, as tbe lots are
elevated and command a view of some of the most beaut'ful aud picturesque
scenery in the country, emb.aciog t' e far-famed Peaks of Otter and other moun?
tain peaks of lesser note. It also comrop.nds a splend:J view of the city.
J. H TALE8TINE, Beal Estate Apnt and Auctioneer.
TERMS?One fourth c^sh, balance 6, 12,18 and 24 months.
This property is sold for a non-resident.
auga? 21 22 2:124 28
J R. GREENE & CO.
SUCCESSORS TO
DUFFEY & GREENE,
Are now selling out their immense stock of <
Spring and Summer Clothing
AT COST.
Preparatory to removing in their new and elegant Store Rooms on Jefferson
Street, next to the TIMES building. Go and see Ibem; they will
treat you right.
HOTEL CONTINENTAL
D. R. Burrell, Proprietor.
j\Tos. 5 to 9 Norfolk Avenue, Opposite Unhn
PASSENGER DEPOT,
ROANOKE, VIRGINIA.
New Building, New and Elegant Fur*
nitiire
FIRST-CLASS SAMPLE KOOMS FOR COM
MFRCIAL TRAVELERS.
Bedford City Real Estate and Stocks.
?. L. COLGATE It
Agenten Bedford City, Va

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