Newspaper Page Text
**,1Twna.t eryboav is looking for. We have not the tiipe^aor space to enu
uerate the name of all we have in. stocik, ?>?t will say
COME AND" SEE US,'
You can sureH' Gucf.everything that is kept in
A FXRST-GIiASS '-GROCERY
OUR PRICES WILL SUIT YOU. YOUR PATRONAGE
?5 SOLICITED. RESPECTFULLY,
tf JEFFERSON STREET,
At the juuclion of the North Caroliu i extension and Cripple Creek extension
or the Norfolk and Western Railroad. A great railroad junction, in the bear;
of the greatest mining district of Southwest Virginia, aud destined soou to
tank with the great industrial centers of the New South.
OiFer i*t Private Sale
Desirable Business and Dwelling Lots at an average Price
All lots are favorably located ou gently tisiug grounds overlooking the
beautiful Valley of New River.
The exceedingly low price at which thei? lota are placed upon the market
insures to investors quick and large returns.
TERMS OF SALE: One-third cash, balance in one and Iwoyaars.
Through ite excet'eut railroad facilities, I VANHOE k placed withe miui
?uum haul of the euoruvms deposits of Go*san Iron Ore, of Carroll County, and
the world famous limotiite n;.d mout:tain ores of Gripp'e Creek Valley, and also
within easy haul of the celebrated Poeahontas and Flat Top coal and coke
- fields. . ._
IMMENSE LIMESTONE QUARRIES ARE BE?
ING OPERATED WITHIN THE TOWN.
The i^O, 1 Furnace ot th2 New River Minera
Company is already in successful operation, while the
flvanhoe Iron Company,
under the rresidencyot Mr. Jordan L. M >tt, of the Molt Haven Iron Work
of New York, has been organized for the purpose of erecting another furoac
of large capacity. The extensive mines of the Mud River Mineral Company
adjoining the tow a. are already giving employment to a larse number of men.
The IVANFOEZINC COMPANY, with a capital of $500,001?, has p.ir
?.based immense deposits of exceedingly rich zinc ores, which they are uow de?
veloping, aud will soon erect several zitie furnaces.
Being th-j only city in the Southern connection of the Norfolk a-id Western
Railroad, IVANH.OE, must become a great distributing point for the irameuse
ore fields aud agrcultural and timber districts of Southwest Virginia and West?
ern North Carolina. Situated iu the midsiofa great wooi raisiug district, aud
within a shore distance of the Southern cotton fields. No place iu Virginia
possesses* eater advantages for woolen and cottou mil's.
Vast vfacts o." Red and White oak. ches.jui. hickory, pine and hemlock,
near at hand, furnish exceptional opportunities for wood-working establish?
ments and i te.tm tanneries.
A $35,000 Hotel will be erected at once.
Water wo":<3, planing mill and brick factory will be erected at au early
Being 2,000 feet above the sea, the climate is unsurpassed by the celebrated
mountain resorts of Lhe world. A large tract of. level land with a front of one
auda half miles ou New River has been set aside for manufacturing purposes.
Liberal inducements will be offered all industries locating here. Through i.s
connection with the steamship line;., the Louisville and Nashville, the Cape
Fear and Yaskin Valley and !he'Shenandoih rat'roads and its outlet on the
Ohio River, the Norfo'k and Western Railroad places IVANHOE in direct
communication with the great markers, North, Eist, Sooth and West. For
maps, descriptive pamphlets, etc., apply to the lavanhoe Lani and Improve?
ment Company, or.G. M. Seeley, Secretary, Ivaihoe, Wythe couuty, Va.
W.C: VAN DORAN, President.
G. M. SEELEY, Sec'y aud Treas.
? .1ORDAN L. MOTf, owner J. L. Molt Iron Works, Moit-H?ven, 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, Wythcville, Va. *
HERBERT G. HULL, New York City, capitalist aud Lawyer. jy!2w
112 Jefferson Street, - - -
- - Roanoke, Ya.
Business and Residence, Improved and Unimproved, Property of every
description iu all parls of the city for sale on the most liberal terms.
Purchases made for non-residents without charge. Visitors will be shown
every attention whether they buy or not. Call on or write us. j>"4-3m
? AT COST t
In Order To Get Ready
FOR FALL STOCK.
_ MRS. GILMER'S SCHOOL
FOR YOUBC LADIES,
U\) FOURTH AVE., S. W., ROANOKE, VA.
Thorough instruction in all departments. Primary, Intermediate and
?nfior in Engibh. Mathematics and Languages. Advantages also in
Music. Drawing, Painting and Elocution. Address for catalogue
jvlGWed&Suntf MRS. PATTY L GILMER.
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
Offer This Week
DRESS FABRICS of every descrip?
tion, suitable for the
HO T MONTHS.
See the n?\v things in Persian Moi &
j\ beautiful ftlm> cloth in t'teniost ex
Salin striped Ratifies, at 121c yd.,
in strikingly stylish iigures. ,
White Goods*of every description,
in plain, plaid and -triped materials,
at city price"
Cnfhmdre Ombre Satines, entirely
new, nt 12fc, worth 20c.
New Luce Flounciugs and Net in tho
New Ginghams, Outings, Percales
and Prints, very cheap.
New black wool Etatuino, 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 Flourcings and Embroideries
in full assortments.
00 dozen Hemstitched Handker?
chiefs, this week at 5c.
Special Harrains in Corsets, Hoisery,
Gloves and Underwear.
The ladies are all cordially invited
to call and inspect the new things we
are constantly opening.
? miWMl & BRIM
110 Commerce Street,
VIRGINIA AGRICULTURAL AND ME
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 olTers special advant?
ages to the agricultural and mechan?
ical student. Full academic aud sci?
entific courses are also given. Tuition
free. For catalogue and further in?
GEN. L. L. LOMAX. Pres ,
1 aug-dlw-wlm._Blacksburg, Va.
comers for sale.
100 feet, corner Pine and Henry.
150 feet, corner Spruce and Henry,
95 feet, corner Luck ami Henry,
25 feet, corner Commerce oud Luck,
02 feet, corner Mouutain aud Roauoke,
52 feet, comer Jefferson aud Mouuiain,
75 feet, corner Jellerson and Elm,
55 j feet,corner Commerce and Franklin,
" $3-, 250.
4$ feet, corner Jellerson and Day,
JL F. WlNGFIELD
AGENT, ROANOKE, VA.,
T? THE PUBLIC.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
nouncing to the public that we are
receiving daily our
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
-3LTCa;\3 V FiS_;,LlNfc;OF
We make a specialty in mourning
Goods.:jU0 pieces of Dress Ginghams
from G cents upwards. We have a
splendid line of Tow ells, 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
"Underwear when you can buy them
j [at 29 cents and 59 cents apiece in
gowns as well as skirts.
Try one of our Kabo Corsets
as they are guaranteed for twelve
We Are the Agents for the
Foster Kid Gloves, the best on the
We| Keep a Full Line of
Beaded Capes as low as $2.00 a
In Fact You Can Find Any?
thing that is kept in a first-class dry
goods house at the lowest prices.
Do not pass us by, but come in, as
we take a pleasure in showing goods.
... .31 j." iiC.",
122 SALEM AVENUE.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE DOING IN
AND OUT OF ROANOKE.
Dr. J. D. Kirk relumed yesterday
from a month's visit to Pennsylvania
and West Virginia. The doctor says
that Koauokc is ttic livest town lie has
Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Akers, ofltich
mond, Kentucky, who have been
sperding the summer at Floyd Court
House, passed through the city ynster
day, retumiug home. Dr. Aker? 13 a
professor in Central University, at
Mr. and Mrs W. 11 Horton left yes
I terday for a visit of several days to
Rockbndge Alum Springs.
Mr. John Sawyer, a prom'nent demo
erat from the western part of the
county, was heie yesterday attending
the Congressional convention.
A frame dwelling on Center street,
belonging to R. II. Fishburue and oc?
cupied by Mac. Harnes, colored, WuS
discovered mi fire aboul 1 o'clock y-.-s
terdiiy afternoon; The tire was ex
liuKuished hofbre ouy serious damage
was dene. A defective Hue through
the ceiling is supposed I" have caused
the lire. ,
Mayor William G. Evans returned io
the city yesterday morning after an
absence of two weeks, lie was at his
old place in the cocrt room yesterday
e\ entug dealing out justice to 1 dsn der 8.
Mrs. E. Walsack left yesterday
morning for Richmond to spend several
days in vi>i11 nir friends.
W. G. Wooton. chief of the letter
carriers, went to Patrick couuly yes?
terday to spciui a ten duys' vacation.
Mrs. J. T. Hall, who h a been
spending the summer with her parents,
at*Floyd Court Mouse, lias returned to
the city. Mr. nud Mrs. Hall will re?
side at No. 4J2 Church street, s. w.
Fifty thousand dollars worth of pro?
perty iu the Exchange addition has
beeu sold duriug the week.
Blue Ridgo Springs sent a bevy of
pretty girls up to Roanoke yesterday.
In the party were: Miss St. John,
Mrs.-Casseli, Miss Loving. Miss Lila
Laughornc, Miss Laura Laugborne,
Miss Pollard, Mrs. Welltbr.l aud Mrs.
Miss Hendren ami Miss Blanche
Hendreu, prominent in Norfolk social
circles, were at the Hotel Roanoke
There were sixty-five arrivals at the
Hotel Roanoke yesterday, and a uum
ijer Ol people were turned away. Tin
large aud handsome aim ex, which will
be compleied in a short lime, is very
Mr. W. C. Heck, of the Norfolk &
Western Railroad, who has been sick
for some ti?"e, left yesterday evening
over the Shenandoah Valley Railroaa
for his old home in Philadelphia to
recuperate. Mr. Peck has a host ol
friends here who wish him a speedy
return to health.
N. E. Miller, who lives at sol Third
st., northwest, was handling lumber at
a boring machine, in the machine shops,
last night, when iie got his left baud
under a heavy piece of timber. It
knocked the ball off the middle Gnger
aud Dr Gale had to patch it up.
Carter (Mass, editor of the Lynchburg
News, spent yesterday in Roanoke.
He came up to . attend the Congress?
T. C. Morton, of tho Staunton Vin?
dicator, was in the city yesterday. Ik
says that Staunton is growing, though
not so fast as Roanoke.
Rev. W. IT. Meade, D. D. aud fam?
ily, are expected homo this evening
after au absence of nearly two months.
Regular services will therefore be bold
in St. John's Episcopal Church on next
Sunday at 11 a. m. and 'J p. m.
Mozart was packed last night from
centre to circumfeience, says the
Richmond State of recent date, "it was
opening night and the attraction was
the realistic drama, "After Dark."
The play was a success from the start
and the curtain was raised at the end
of each act.
The scenery and scenic effects are
beautiful and wonderful, and "Alter
Dark" is one of the liveliest plays
ever presented in Richmond.
In the concert scene the boxing
match of Kelly and Murphy was
doubly encored, and Sherman and
Morrisy brought down tho house with
their grotesque trapeze act. Taken as
a whole, the play, which is full of line
situations, was delightfully acted,
and it was one of the most successful
opening nights ever witnessed in Rich?
A STotc to the Health Officer.
While the health officer is going
around with his little shovel and bar?
rel of lime, he might shoot a little
down through the iron gratings which
open from a number of cellars of busi?
ness houses upon the sidewalks. These
gratings give forth smells which indi?
cate a most unsanitary condition of af?
fairs below.Hf the lime does not seem a
sufficient remedy, the health officer
might call the attention of the occu?
pants of the offending premises to the
seat of trouble and suggest that, they
have a grand fall cleaning up. Not all
premises are so; only a number, and it
is easy to p'ck them out.
Mr. H. J. Watkins, secretary and
treasurer of South Boston Improve?
ment Company, was in town today.
He reports the company in nourish?
ing condition, the stock going rapidly,
and the books to be closed in a few
weeks. He has left a small block of
stock in the hands of Dupuy Sc Talli
afero, of this city, for sale. Parties
desiring big money on a small outlay
will call on these gentlemen and get
all the facts. South Boston is a grow?
ing town of 2,700 inhabitants, in Hali?
fax county, at the intersection of the
Richmond and Danville and Lynch
burg and Durham railroads, with a
bright future and llattering prospects.
! It is destined to be the manufacturing
city of southside Virginia.
Investing iu Ronuokc.
F. Kreh, of Frederick, Maryland,
accompanied by his bright and at?
tractive wife, was in Roanoke yester?
day. Mr. Kreh is a newspaper man
by profession, and has been connect?
ed with the Frederick Citizen for a
number of years. He has several in?
vestments in Roanoke, and is think?
ing seriously of making this his future
Do you krow that j*ou can bare
made'to order at Hammond's Print?
ing Woiks any kind of blank book
yon miy desire, and on two or three
days1 notice, and at prices lower than
ever heard tell of? Call and see them
or drop them a postal card- au21-ly.
Desirable office or store room in
Times building, corner Third avenu?
and First street, s. w. The best loca?
tion in the city. For terms aud par-,
tictulars, apply at this office.
Old exchanges for sale at The
Times office; 20 cents per ICO.
BEFORE THE MAYO 35.
Flues for Many Minor Offenses Cdnut
U|> Considerable floury.
The lines in, the mayor's court yes?
terday morning amounted to $5li
Jim Brown, colored, was lined ?5 for
profanity onthe depot platform. This
makes $21 in lines imposed on him in
two days. Several other negroes were
lined as follows: William Shelby, $5
for disorderly, conduct; Gal vert Tay?
lor, $15 for vagrancy; Bettie Hairis,
?5 for disorderly conduct; Charles
Richardson and wife, for disturbing
the peace, $2 each.
B. Steil, who keeps a dry goods
store on Salem avenue, was fined $5
for selling goods on Sunday.
Bessie Goodloe, and Mamie Brown
were lined $5 each lor loitering on the
streets at a late hour in the night.
A number of cases were before
Mayor Evans in the evening. Eugene
Nicholson and Harvey Eergison, col?
ored, were lined $2 50 each for gamb?
ling. William Brooks, a negro boy,
was lined $5 for vagrancy. W. A.
Allen and A. Shears wer.; lined $1]
each for'an affray. Shears was lined
an additional s>!0 for resisting the
KII.I,EI> ItV THE CA KS.
A Colored Brakeninn .Misses :?;?. Foot
in;; mill is CrtlSked.
Scott LogwoDd, a colored freight,
brake man on the Lynchburg division
of the Norfolk and Western; fell from
the cars on the track, a nd was horri?
bly mangled yest< rday afternoon
A caboose car was being sidc-l racked
at the west end yard, and the brake
man, after cutting the car loose fronr
the engine, attempted to step from the
engine to the car and fell on the rails,
the caboose runuing over his body.
His left leg, above the knee, was
crushed to a jelly, and his intestines
wi re torn out. He was immediately
taken to the office ( i Dr.- Koinerand
(rale, where Dr. Koiner, with the aid
of Dr. Jones, did all that was in the
power of medical skill to relieve his
He lived until about ? o'clock, and
bore his intense pain with remarkarble
nerve, remaining conscious to the last.
Logwood was a young man. and bis!
home was at Forest depot, near
Lynchburg, where his remains wore
taken for burial this morning.
THE DK.M'ISTS DEPART.
To Mcel Wext Year nl Old Point Com?
The Dental Association did not
meet iu regular session yesterday
until 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The
morning was taken up in attending
clinics at Dr. W. L. Wood's office,
The clinic by Dr. Gingrich was the
filling of a tooth with a combination
of tin and gold, and that by Dr. Les?
ter was the filling of a tooth with a
combination of amalgam and gold.
At the afternoon meeting votes of
thanks were extended to the corres?
ponding secretary. Dr. J.Hall Moore,
of Richmond, and to the city author?
ities lor the use Of the First ward
school building tor the meetings of
the association. The officers elected
for the ensuing year were installed.
The following youog men having
passed the examination of the board
of examiners were received into the
association: B. V. Henly, of Danville:
U. P. Byrd, Temperanceville: W. H.
Collins, of Madison Court House: Jno.
L. Luke, of Berrysville. Clark county.
The associa Lion then adjourned to
meet next year at Chi Point Comfort.
The ISull Season not Ended.
There was to have been a meeting
, last nitrht of the directors of the Ro?
anoke Base Ball Club, bur a quorum
? failed to put in appearance, and
nothing was done. There has been
no ball playing since the club re
| turned from Knoxville, but R. S.
Roberts says that there will be a
number of games yet before the sea
' son ends, and among the clubs which
: the Roanokes are likely to cross bats
with are the Knoxville team, aud
! professional clubs from Washington
The I. iu in Innfnutry Excursion.
The excursion of the Roanoke Light
Infantry to Natural Bridge takes
place tomorrow, and a big crowd
ought to go clown on the special
train at "!:'?'>? a. m. The fare is only
I $1.50 for the round trip, and this in
'?? eludes admission to the Natural
Bridge. Take a day oh and help the
Roanoke Eight Infantry, Attention!
; There will be a business meeting at
the Armory this evening at 8:80 o'clock
sharp. A full attendance is desired.
By order of the Captain. Ii. Lvi.K,
. First Sergeant.
WE CAN hSB 1)9
Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir,
; for it has been fully demonstrated to,
; tbe people of this coentry that it issu
perior to a'i other preparations for
I blood Diseases. It is a positive cure j
I for syphilitic poisoning, fj'.cers, Erup
| tions and Pimples. It purities the
! whole system and thoroughly bvrlds
up the constitution. Sold by Bud
well Christian & Barbee.
SPECIAL EOCAE NOTICES"
! Evans & Chalmers have the largest
stock of oils, varnishes, and Longman
and Martinez paint ever brought to J
L Artists material at Picken's.
Stoves! stoves! stoves! cheaper
than ever at M. H. JenuiDgs & Co.,
' Salem avenue, near market house.
Buy jour cooking stoves from M.H
Jennings & Co., near market house,
i Salem aveoue. I
i Road plows, road scrapers, and all j
kinds of railroad and mineral sup
: plies at Evans <k Chalmers.
Marshall's Cafe?The popular re?
sort, furnishes a first-class dinner j
daily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents. ap5-tf
Refrigerators and ice chests of var-1
ious makes and sizes at E. H. Stewart |
& Co.'s. je2l-tf.
Tor lire insurance call at the office
of the Roanoke Trust, ^.oau aridS?fej
Deposit Co. dec28-tf
Evans & Chalmers have just re?
ceived a car load each of sash weights,
powder, old hickory wagons, cider |
j mills, sash, doors and blinds.
Go to Geyer's to get your sprinj
d summer suits my20 tf.
Geyer, the Campbell street Tailo,r|
'carries'a large and select stock of|
j goods in his line. my20 tf
A large and beautiful stock of car
I 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 Geyer's, on Camp
bell street. . my20 tf j
Evans & Chalmers have just re
, ceived a large stock of guns, rilles and
j sporting goods. Call and examine
! their stock.
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 Ameri
lcan, and French plain and decorated
china tea, dinner add toilet sets at E.
H- Stewart & Co.'s. je21-tf.
An elegant assortment of chamber
and parlor suits have just been re
Yeived by E. fl. Stewart & Co. je21
MarshaU's Cafe?For a full course]
dinner served in A 1 style daily from
1 to 3 for 50 cents. ap5 tf
LUMBER, COWS M ULW.
In order to close my account as exe?
cutor of John T. Davis, deceased, I
will bo on his farm, adjoining the
Driving Purk, on Tuesday aud Wed?
nesday, the 2nd and 3rd of September,
to sell tho following personal property:
Si:: fresh cows aiul calves; one thor?
oughbred bull. Short Horn; three
heavy draft horses; two mares with
this spring's edits, one a line blooded
mare Bailable for riding or driving, the
other for heavy work: a large quantity
of lumber, suitable for dealers to
handle, which Mr Davis had sawed for
the purpose of building a dwelling ami
other bouses* lor his own use.
Persons wishing to purch/isc will
please call and examine.
j Temple this (FRIDAY) ,
! evening at h o'clock ' N/
[ lor the purpose of transacting im?
portant business concerning the craft.
A foil attendance of members is de?
sired, and all Master Masons are cordi
i Bv order of the W. M;
S. M. WOODWARD, Jr.,
Roanoke; Va., Aug-::?, 1890.
OVER $1,000,000 DISTRIBUTED.
Loa>siasa Stale Lottery C ornnany
Incorporated by the Legislature,
for educational and charitable pur?
poses, its franchise made a part of
the present State constitution in.1879
by an overwhelming popular vote,
To Continue Until
January 1st, 1395.
Its mammoth drawings rake place
semi-annually, (June and December),
and its Grand Single Number Draw?
ings take place in each of the other
ten months of tin-year, and arc all
ijrawn in public at the Academy of
Music, New Orleans, La.
FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS
for integrity of its drawings, and
prompt payment of Prizes.
Attested as follows:
"We do hereby certify that we
supervise the arrangement for all the
monthly and semi-annual drawings of
the Louisiana State Lottery Com?
pany, and in person manage and con?
trol the drawings themselves, and
that the same are conducted with
honesty, fairness, and in good faith
towards all parties, and we authorize
the Company to use this certificate,
with fac siinilies of mir signatures
attached, in its advertisements."
We the undersigned Banks and
Bankers will pay all prizes druvm
in the Louisiana State Lotteries which
may he presented at our counters.
Ii. M. Walmsley,President Louisiana
Pierre Lanaux, President State Na?
A. Baldwin, President New Orleans
Carl Kohn,President Union National
Grand Monthly Drawing,
At the Academy of Music, New Or?
leans, Tuesday" September 9th, 1S90.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $300,000
100,000 Tickets tit $20 each: Halves
$10;Quarters, $5; Tenths, $2; Twen?
list ok prizes.
1 prize of $:J00,000 is.$300,000
1 prize of 100,000 is. 100,000
1 prize of 00,000 is. 00,000
1 prize of 25,000 is . ','0,000
2 prizes of 10,000 are. 20.000
5 prizes of 0,000 are. 25,000
25 prizes of 1,000 are. 25,000
100 prizes of 500 are. 50,000
200 prizes of 300 are. 60,900
500 prizes of 200 are. 103,000
100 prizes of $500 are ..... ?50,000
100 " of 300 are. 30,000
100 " of 200 are. 20,000
090 prizes of $100 are. $99,900
999 " of $100 are.$99,900
8,134 prizes, amounting to....$1,054,800
NOTE?Tickets drawing capital
prizes aro not entitled to terminal
JSg?" For club rates or any further
information desired, write legibly to
the undersigned, clearly stating your
residence, with State, county, street
aud number. More rapid return mail
delivery will be assured by your en?
closing an envelope bearing your full
Address M. A. DAUPHT>
New Orleans. La.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
Washington, D. C.
By ordinary, letter contain! ng money
order issued by all express companies,
New York exchange, draft or postal
Address REGISTERED LEITEilS CDSTAIMNC C?RRSSCI
to New Orleans National Bank, New
Remember that the payment of
prizes is guaranteed by four Na?
tional Banks of New Orleans, and the
tickets are signed by the president of
an institution whose chartered rights
are recognized in the highest courts;
therefore, beware of all imitations or
Remember that the present charter
of the Louisiana State Lottery Com?
pany, which the Supreme Court of the
United States has decided to beacon
tract with the State of Louisiana, and
part of the constitution of the State,
does not expire until the 1st of Jan?
The Legislatureof Louisiana, which
adjourned on the 10th of July of this
year, has ordered an amendment to
the constitution of the State to be
submitted to the people at an election
in 1892, which will carry the charter
of the Louisiana State Lottery Com?
pany np to the year nineteen htrndred
Gala Opening of the Fall Season,
. AUGUST 2ffl,
WM. A. BRADY'S
Elaborat Pic'uresque Production of Dion Boucica tilt's Vivid Sight
Picture of England's Great Metropolis
The Great Railroad Scene, Showing a It a Locomotive aud Train of Cara
Dasliiug at Lightning Speed Across the Stage.
SEE THE GREAT LONDON BRIDGE SJPE
With a liuac River of REAL WATER. The Raid on the Gambling
[louse. The Daring Dive From the Boat. The Thrilling Rescue
From Ihe Rail. The Concert Hall Scene. Introducing the
Mori Scientific Exponents of Fistic Art,
Kelley and Murphey.
THE FUNNIEST ACT IN EXISTENCE BY
Sherman and Mbrtissey
In Their L aughlable Burlesque Trapeze Speciality.
TO THE FRONT!!!
Natural Brie i? Biel a Tim ft
ROANOKE LIGHT IP
V. ill give the r First Annual Excursion to Natural Bridge aud Bucha Vista
Saturday, August, 30th., 1800.
Special train leaving Roanoke, 7:30 a. m. Reluming leave Bueua Vista at
?:5? p. m . Natural Biid.'e, 0:30 p. m.
^ TRIP, $150.
Children between G end 12 years of t g'-. 75 en: is. Tickets on sab.' at lead
iua Bru" Stores, from Mom hers of Commit t" and at Uuion Depot, aus 27-29.
IMPORTER AND REPAIRER OF
OUR REPAIRING DEPARTMENT
s in charge of the very finest workmen that cao ho had. and we guarantee
ot do work which cannot be duplicated in the city. Send your watches to
-AND GET *TRST CLASS WORK
BITEFEY ft GBEEN
Arc uow selling out their immense stock of
Spring and Bummer Clothing/'
Preparatory to removing iu their new and elegant Store Rooms on Jefferson
Street, next to the TIMES building. Go and see them; they will
treat you right.
D. R. BurreW, Proprietor.
j\To>s. 5 to 9 Norfolk Avenue, Opposite Uui)n
New Building', New and Elegant Fur*
FIRST-CL\SS SAMPLE nOOMSFOIi COM
Bedford City Real Estate and Stocks.
Agents, Bedford City, Va.