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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
The Times' Telegraphic and
Local Market Reports.
New York, Out I.?[Special]?Ex?
change active, strong at 4S2%@487%.
Monoy easy. 2 to 4. Sub-treasury bal?
ances? Hold, 8153,000,000; currency. S5,*
070,000. (Sovernmcnt bonds dull, steady.
State bonds dull, steady.
Ala. C A 3 tob. 103% N. W. prof_00%
do. Cl. 114s. .107 X. Pan.30%
Ga.7smort|r'o.l01%iN. l'ac. prof.. 70%
N. COs.133% Pac. Mall_41%
do. . Is.07 'Reading.40!*
S. C. con Rr... ?U 'it. ?fe \V. P. T'l 10%
Tenn. 08.100 Rock Island.. 80%
Tenn. sett. :is. 73% St. Paul. 053?
Vir. Os. 50 St. Paul prof. 110%
Vir. consuls... 00 Tex. Pacific.. 10}*
Ch. ?Sj N. W.. .108% Tn.Coal & Ir'n 43%
do prefer'd.. 142 |Unlon Pacilic. 54%
Del. & Lack... 144.'; N. J. Con.115
E. Tenn., now. 24 :Mo. Pacific... 70 J*
bake Shore ... 8;',,' West. Union . 82?
L. & N.107% Cot. Oil T. C.. 20%
Mem. Char.. 84%'Brunswick .;. 27
Mob. & Ohio.. 03 Mob. &0.4s.. 0.1';
N. & O. Pa.. 1st 28 Silver Cer_1 15%
N. Y. Con.104%
I'KOOUCK AMI HKUCIIANDISK.
New York, Oct. 1.?[Special]?Cot?
ton, steady. Sales to-day 101; up3.
10%,Orleans 10 0-10; net receipts 30,102;
exports to Great Britain 15,510; Franco
4,SIM: continent 20.0S0: steck 3i?).70.l.
Southern Hour steady. Wheat dull, un?
settled, M lower, closing higher! No. 2
red. 101%, elevator; options advanced
%@ %, roacted and closed weak; No. 2
red, Oct., 101%; Nov.. 102%; Dec, 103%;
.January, 105,; May. 108%.
Corn dull, closing easy : No.
iiO'-i, elevator; options less active, 'i'"1
% down: Oct.. 55%; Nov.. 55% : Dec..
50%; May, 50%. Oats dull, easier;
options fairly active, easier: Oct., 13;',:
November, 44%; May, 40%. Hops
quiet, firm. Codec. options closed
steady; October. SIT.'.id; November,
817.20@30; May. 815.40; spot Rio
more active: steady: fair cargoes.
20%. Sugar, raw quiet, firm : re
roflncd, quiet, steady. Molasses, foreign
nominal; New Orleans quiet. Rico, fair
demand, steady. Petroleum dull, steady.
Cotton-seed oil steady, quiet; crude.
27@28. Rosin, quiet, steady: strained
common to good. I.email@example.com. Turpentine
dull, 30%@% Wool steady, fair do
_ mand. Pork quiet, steady. Ileef dull,
steady: extra mess 87.50, Beef hams
dull. easy. Tiorucd beef quiet, firm.
Cut meats steady, quiet: middles (pilot,
steady. Lard stronger, shorts covering;
Western steam, 80-45; city, 80; Oct.,
80.43 bid; Nov.. 80.55. Freights dull:
col ton, is sd.
Chicago, Oct. I.?[Special]?The
wheat trading was good on speculative
account, and the feeling developed some?
what unsettled. Prices again averaged
higher but advance not sustained. Course
of market yesterday influenced many
traders to change to long side and most
of local crowd was bullish, as the ad?
vance did not meet with any particular
opposition, but was rather helped along
by a majority of traders. The early ad?
vance was accomplished without any
special effort, but there were rather free
offerings at top prices, parties who
bought the past day or two feeling in?
clined to accept their;profits. Cables
were a little stronger and some bullish
news came to hand from northwest.
Opening was about the same to \ higher
than yesterday's closing, steadily ad?
vanced %, then eased off 1 c?nt for De?
cember and 1 for May, fluctuated some
and closed about % lower for December
and % lower for May than yesterday.
Corn was fairly active and easier, a
lower range being established on all fu?
tures. Decline was due almost, entirely
to free offerings of a heavy local spoe"u
lator, who sold in the neighborhood of
half u million bushels through brokers,
which had a very depressing eifert on
values, first trades were at yester?
day's closing figures, and under the in
fluenc" above mentionoil. sold ait 1 _.(>/?
%, m5Ued a Flit tie, ruled steady and
cosed with %(jfl% lots.
Pork? Quite a goad trade wiis re?
ported. Early prices were advanced
10c, later prices receded I0@l2%. To?
wards the close the market, was steady,
with only a slight change In the prices.
Lard?A fair trade was reported, prices
slightly advanced. Later the market
was slightly easier. Short-rib sides?
-A moderately active business was re?
ported. Early, prices slightly improved;
later, prices receded 5%@5c, ItntocloHod
comparatively steady. The ioading
Wheat. ?Op'ng. IPgst Cls'g.
October. 00% 71% 01%
De ?.ember. ... 100 100% 00%
May.. 105 105% 004%
C? k ;.
Octouer. 48% 48% 47;-;
December. 48}.; 48%
-May. 50% 51 * 51%
October. 38" >' 38% .38%
December. 3t-,1; 38% 38'.;
May. Aii-.i 4i% 41%
October. >055 005 &R7%
January. 11.75 11.75 ll..72%
May. 32.37% 12.45 1.2.32%
October. i,i. 10 0.25 fi.22%
January. e.50 <;..v> .0.
-May. 6^02% 0.02% &.4?3%
October. 0.20 5.25 ji.25
.January. 5.75 5.77% 5.73%
May.... o.D."? 0.15 o.u".]
Cm' KETAll. MARKETS.
Corrected daily by 11. c. Deal, pro?
duce dealer. City Market.
Corn, per doyen. 10 cts.
Tomatoes, par gallon. 10 cts.
Celery, per bunch. 12% cts.
Oranges, per dozen. . 30 eta.
Lemons, por dor.cn. 35 cts.
Bananas, per dozen. 30 to 40 cts.
Cabbage, per head. .". to s els.
Turnips, per peck. 15 cts.
Sweet potatoes, per peck.. 25tits.
Irish potatoes, per peck... 20 cts.
Cooking apples, per peck.. 30 cts.
Eating apples, per pi ck ... 2.*> to ots.
Lima beans, per quart. 13% cts.
Pears, per quart. 15 cts.
Oysters, select, per quart. 50 cts.
Oysters, medium, pcrquart. 30 cts,
Peaches, each. .*? cts.
Crapes, live-pound baskets. :',tl to 40 Cts.
Grapes, ten-pound baskets. 00 to 7"> cts.
Fish, salmon trout per lb. 10 ots.
Mullet, per pound. S cts.
Pan fbdi. per pound. sets.
Rutterrchoice, per lb. 2."> cts.
fair per lb. 18 to 20 cts.
Eggs, perdoz. 20 to 33 cts.
Chickens, each. vo to 35 cts.
TUltKE ANCIENT UO'CUMBNTS?
Cnpt. IIa teil er Shows i\ Tliue* Itoporter
Papers which arts Over u Century oui.
Capt. 15. N. Hatcher, and old and
prominent resident of Franklin county,
came over Tuesday from his home at
Halo's Ford to aid in making up the
quarterly statement of the First
National Hank of Roanoko. of which
ho has been a stockholder and director
since It was chartered. YVhilo hero he.
showed a Timks reporter three ancient
documents and an old Virginia colonial
hill, calling for fifteen Spanish dollars.
Tho documents are the property of Mr.
Win. P. Holland, of Halo's Ford. The
ilrst was a parchment patent conveying
1)00 acres of land on Mill Creek from
his majesty. tJeorge 111 to John Sim?
mons by Norborne Haren de Hotetourt,
bearing date of April 0, 1707.
The second document conveyed 425
acres from George HI by William Nel?
son, president of the council, to .lohn
Hook for 45 shillings. This patent bore
date of February 10. 1771. and was also
on parchment. It was the same .John
Hook whom Patrick Henry unjustly i
lampooned for urging a claim against
the colonial government for beef cattle
furnished the army. Some of his de?
scendant.'; are to-day prominent residents
The third paper was an indenture )
bond given by David Uoss in November,
1703, to James Currio and others to se
I cure certain indebtedness and scheduled
1 lands, mills, slaves and othor property.
1 boss was a wealthy Scotch trader, who j
'had stores established char through
] from Richmond to Memphis, and was
the father by a mulatto woman of Fred
I crick Uoss who was a famous Presby- j
tcrian preacher in Kastern Tennessee,
and who became Involved in a heated
religious controversy with Parson
AKUKSTEU AS VACUA NTS.
Uni None Aiitiwerlii? the Description ?,r
:i Man Wanted in SItiKecn|iort.
Three white men giving their as
?lamesMurray, James Daly and Thomas '
I Hrown, went to the station house lion- :
day night and asked for a place to sleep,
saving they had just arrived from Pitts- !
: burg, Pa., and were without, money. !
j They were taken in and given breakfast
Tuesday morning. They suhl they were
going out to look for work when they
They were arrested yesterday by Of- '
Hcor Hrowning on the charge of va?
grancy. Soon afterwards a telegram
was received from the chief of police at
MeKecsport, Pa., asking for the arrest
of a man lor rape, described as of dark
complexion, about 25 years oj aye and
medium size, wearing blue pants and
vest, and a striped coat, with his name
tattooed on one arm. and a ballet girl
on the other.
As the men arrested were rather SUS
! piciotlS looking, the ollicers were almost
confident that they had the men.
Neither one. however, answered the de?
scription as to clothing or tattooing, but
one of them, James Murray, hud a
United States Hug tattooed on his right
arm. There were no tattooing on the
arms of either of the others. Murray
said that he was born and raised in
Marion county Kentucky, and was 80
years of age. He does not appear older.
He said he was a blacksmith and car?
riage ironer, and had worked at Pitts
burg. Daly and Hrown said that they
were natives of Alleghany county. Pa.
They will all be before the mayor this
morning to answer the charge of va?
COMMERCIAL CLUB NOTES.
The Commercial Club presents an at
tractive and cosy scene these raw and
chilly evenings. In quiet corners may
? he seen groups of two or three business i
i men discussing projects for the future
or present plans. Around the long I
: table ave a dozen gentlemen reading the
: numerous papers which lie upon it.
, These embrace the leading trade jour?
nals o? the country, the daily press of
j the large Northern and Kastern cities.
I and nearly every paper printed in Yir
; ginia. as well as many from the South.
Tin- members of the (dub are hegin
1 ning to realize that this is a pleasant
j place to meet friends anil pass an hour
j or two. and are turning from the hotel
? lobbies or unattractive and dingy busi?
ness ollices to the cheerful rooms of the
Ample facilities for correspondence
j are provided and are extensively used.
Another feature which is being called
into use is tiie visltsng list. If a mem
I her L-.is a friend in town for a few days
he can secure a card on application giv
I ing his friend tin- privileges of the club
during his visit.
Tip.; Ti.mks reporter saw there within
three hours yesterday Mr. Kdson S.
I .ott.correspondent of the American Re
pO tej\ Kosten: Mr.C.H.(Irasc/.of thcMar.E
Uf Ctu>e."'s Record, Haltiinore: Co'.Gail
rardoe, statt' correspondent of the .\ow
York Commercial Advertiser: Mr. J. II.
Martlet, manager of the Washington
Zinc Works, Lynchburg; Maj. Asa
Rogers, ex-collector of internal revenue
at Petersburg and. Rev. Dr. W. H.
Meade- of St. John s Episcopal Church.
Only a few cases were disposed of by
his honor, the mayor, yester&ay :
Ruf US llowerton was fined s.'S for dis?
turbing 6he peace and quiet of the city,
and Anderson Fox for similar conduct
and the use of threatening and abusive
language towards Pinknoy Royer, was
assessed an line and CQStS ?3.5<L
NrOTICI3.?In accordance with the
resolution unanimously adopted by
! the stockholders of the III Vermont Com
| puny in general meeting assembled, in
I the city of f .ynchburg. on Septeriber 25,
notice is hereby given that tho second
installment iof 20 percent, or sr.no per
share is called to he paid on or before
the I5th day of October. 1800. Remit?
tances will bo made by ?'heck payable
to the !MVermont. Company, or by post
Offlco order or 5>y prepaid cypress. Those
who have already paid their second in?
stallment will understand that this
notice does not apply to them.
A. M. DOYLK.
Secretary of Rivermont Company.
FLOWERING HULKS - Hyacinths,
t ulip.-, etc. Just received, imported
direct from Holland, our fall stock of
these beautiful wintcrand spring flower?
ing bulbs. Descriptive circular contain?
ing cultural directions free. Send for
it. T. W. WOOD & SONS. Seedsmen.
8 and 10 S, Fourteenth street. Rich
mend. Ya. scf>24-tJwks
Is 'there anything you
wish to buy or sell ?
Do you want rooms ?
Do you want board ?
Do you want employment ?
Have you stock for sale ?
Have you rooms for rent ?
Do you want boarders ?
If you want anything or
have anything to dispose of
put an advertisement in The
Times. It will cost only one
cent per word, and will bring
what you want.
Situations Wanted and
"founds" inserted free of
V\rANTED?To rent six or eight
f V room house in good locality. Camp
hell street or Salem avenue preferred:
no children. Address 15. I., care of
TlMKU olliee. oct2-3t.
VIT ANTED?An experienced doublo
tt entry bookkeeper would like to
gel writing that will occupy him two or
three hours tit night. Address ??AC?
COUNTANT"? Itox .">?">. city. oct2-cod2w. |
FOB SALE.?Tw o wooden water tanks
and trestles, complete except pipes
and connections. Capacity about25.0(H)
gallons each. Apply at Odloo of Itoa
noko (Jas lind Water Company. No. 11
Campbell street. oct2-2t
COOK'S CONVENTION will convene
at the Skating Kink Tuesday night.
Polling Pin Drill will l>e given by the
delegates, in custume, at'.? p. m. Oys?
ters, etc., furnished by the young ladies
of the First Baptist Church. Admission
to cents. Doors open at o o'clock,
oo t l-2t.
IpOR RENT?Three convenient rooms
on lower lloor. Apply to
w. l)'. booth.
out l-3t 017 Second avenue, n. w.
X'ICB FRONT ROOMS for gentlemen
at the Earl House. oct 1-1 w
I>ROPOSALS FOB OB AIM NO AND
EXCAVATING.?Tho lot fronting
on .leffcrson street, beginning 27% feet
north of Felix Hotel. Boanoke: fronting
fid feet on Joiferson street, running back
i io reet: grade to a level with Jefferson
street front. None hut responsible par?
ties need apply. Send estimates, or for
further particulars, address
J. P. BELL.
sep30-:it Lynchburg, Va.
J ANTED?Short-hand Pupils. For
Miss MATTIES C. BREATHED,
130 Salem avenue.
Best references given. sep30-lw
FOB BENT.?Well-furnished room to
one or two hoarders.
sep30-lw 400 Fourth avenue, S. W.
SEVERAL fine milk cows will be sold
at auction Wednesday, October 1, at
i Blue Ridge Springs. Sale will not com?
mence until 12 o'clock. Parties wish?
ing to buy can leave on No. 4 and re?
turn on No. 3. Round trip only 50
cents. Terms, four month's credit with
j good security. sep30-3t
i TV ''ANTED.?Scavenger and garbage
t V work done at short notice.
scpt25-lm 223 Fourth ave. n. w.
HPHE STRONGEST FINANCIAL 1N
R stitution in Southwest Virginia.
Tho Boanoke Trust. Loan and Safe De?
posit Company. Capital and Surplus.
8302,212.00. Pays interest on deposits.
"VVTANTED.?A gentleman of line so
\ 1 cial position wants two oonncct
! ing rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
j with board, for himself, wife and two
small children, in a private family of
good position. House must kein good
location. Address ROANOKE, this of
' lice. if
1 T AVE your house painted in flrst
i .1 L class style by Ca it. None hut iirst
; class material used.
HAVE YOUR DINING BOOM CI51L
INl! nicely decorated in either' oil
or water colors. Carr can. do it. marO-tf
FI BE. LIFE, ACCIDENT. PLATE
Glass, Steam Boiler Inspection,
Tornado and Bent Insurance, at olliee
of Fidelity Loan and Trust Company.
! Salem avenue, near Jefferson street.
THOMAS LEWIS &. CO..
BOABDEBS CAN BE ACCOM MO
dated at Borer Park Hotel. Nicely
furnished rooms. Large grounds.
Table set with the best the market af?
fords. MBS. CRAWFORD,
MRS. E. B. JONES
Will remove October 1 to 154 Salem
avenue, next, to Blount's Diamond
Front. She will then carry a line line
of millinery goods, notions, etc., which
she will be glad to have the people of
Boanoke and vicinity call and examine.
ft Fiist-Class Investment,
We offer the best security in the city
and pay .semi-annual dividends. As a
savings bank this institution offers
special inducements. Paid up shares
850 each. Installment shares si per
mouth. Shares may be subscribed for
at any time. For further information
address The People's Perpetual Loan
gad Building Association.
W.M. F. WINCH,
Sec'y and Ticas.
? Room L Masonic Temple. tf
TO CALL AT
Blount's Diamond Front
2 Cakes Laundry Soap
For 5 Cents.
THE CASH GROCER,
154 SALEM AVENUE.
I mm.???? gggggg"*>?".? 11
ITNlVERSAL WORKSHOP. 115
Commerce street. Wo iniikc to
? order rubber stamps, stencils, corporate
seals, wax" seals, steel and iron dies,
keys of all kinds, key tags, name plates,
' badges, branding boards. burning
' brands, baggage checks, stamping tools.
1 etc. Wo repair sewing mnceincs,
watches, decks, music boxes, writing
desks, fans, lawn mowers, typewriters,
canes, scissors, table cutlery, toys of all
kinds, glassware, earthenware, trunks.
[ valises, and everything generally. If
: you have anything broken do not throw
; it away before consulting us: if we can?
not mend it we will tell you where you
can have it done. We will lit your
bouse with electric bells, burglar alarms,
annunciators, gas lighters, door openers,
etc. Special attention given to Utting
hotels with electric call-bells, and Pat?
rick it Carter return call and tire alarm
system combined. SHARP & ADD ICRS,
115 Commerce street. sep27-lm
TAKEN BY STORM!
THE GRAND OPENING
THE CAPITAL AND LABOR
Which took place last Saturday at No. it
First avenue (Kirk Building), lias taken
I the people of Koanokc and vicinity by
storm. Nothing to compare with itever
occurred before. Crowds of anxious buy?
ers wore turned away,unable to be waited
upon, and is it any wonder, when you
can get, Fine Clothing at Such remarka?
bly low prices? We guarantee to save
you from 25 to :::> per cent, on the dollar.
By dint of persistent hard work and
ready cash, we huvost cured, and are now
displaying, the largest, best selected,
best made, and most fashionable stock
of Men's Hoys", and Children's
Fall and Winter Clothing,
Together with an elegant line of Cents'
Furnishing Goods, that the eye has ever
beheld: all of which we are offering at
prices that will prove a puzzle to com?
In older to give you an idea of how lit?
tle money is required to buy the liest
Clothing, a few prices are mentioned:
Read and Wonder:
00cents will buy men's iron-clad work?
$1.25 will buy men's good cassiinere
pants, your choice of fourteen styles.
SI.75 will buy men's nobby evening
83.50 will buy men's finest dress pants,
light and dark colors, the latest designs,
ali equal to custom made.
84.25 will buy a man's good, serviceable
1 cassimere suit, in light anil dark colors.
Sii.no will buy a first-class business
suit, sack or cutaway, your choice of fif?
87.50 will buy an all-wool fashionable
dress suit, sack or cutaway, in all Un?
s,s.;,o will buy an all-wool fancy cassi?
mere, tricot, or ohoviotdress suit. We
have them in sacks and cutaways in all
810.50 will buy an extra line imported
fancy worsted Diagonal. Corkscrew, or
Wide-Wale suit, sack or :: or I button
cutaway, in all sizes.
811.50 will buy a superfine tailor-made
silk or Italian cloth-lined dress suit,
equal to custom made.
81.33 will buy a good serviceable child's
i suit, age 4 to 14.
83.00 will buy a child's line all-wool
i dress suit, an uncqualed assortment.
! light and dark colors, age I to 14.
82.00 will buy a good, durable boy's
suit, age 13 to is years.
I 85.00 will buy a boy's stylish dress
suit, a variety of styles, light and dark
; colors, age 13 to IS.
It is necessary that you see the goods
I to form an idea of how little money is
j required to buy the very best and most
; stylish Clothing. Wk MKAN UUSINKSS.
Come and let us convince you. Wo urge
you to MAKK no I'UItCIIASK until you
have visited our establishment.
CAPITAL AND LA HOI! CLOTHING
And Smashers of, High Prices,
No. ii First avenue, s. w., three doors
from Jefferson street. (Kirk lluilding).
R0AN0KE, \'A. tf
" N the next thirty or sixty days drummers will solicit
your orders for calendars. Now, we are right here in
town with a
Thousand Different Styles
At manufacturers' prices, and will he very glad to show
them to you and take an order for immediate or Decem?
ber delivery. The entire line makes an
And is worth coming to see. From $S to $250 a thou?
sand, and you know it must be an exquisite piece of work?
manship to make a calendar worth 25 cents. But this is
110 "song and dance," we've got them. And, job printing I
anything in the world yon want.
The Bell Printing and Manufacturing Co.,
Gale Building. oct4
Auction sale of valuable buildinsr lots in
Wednesday, Oct. 15, 1890.
The Newport Mews land and Development Co.
This is what yon have been looking for. An investment with sure profits
lieliiml it. Newport News is so well known that but little comment is neces?
sary. It is the eastern terminus of the great Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
system, and the best deep water port on the Atlantic coast. It has the larg- vj
est dry dock and the largest and best equipped shipbuilding plant In America;
besides numerous other industries already established. A cotton mill com?
pany, light and water company, and a street, railway company are organized.
TEN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS HAVE BEEN INVESTED.
Next year 11,000 men will bo employed, and more than 83,000,000 paid out
for wages in this city. Our population must, soon bo 20,000 people.
NEWPORT NEWS SUCCEEDS BECAUSE IT IS A SUCCESS.
These lots are located on the line of the projected street railway, within
the present city limits. Terms of sale?Ten per cent cash; balance in easy
instalments. Sale will l?o continued if doomed advisable. tds
Roanoke Racing Ass'n.
Wednesday, October 22, 1890.
Running ? Hotel Stakes, half-mile
heats. Purse 8150?8100 to ilrst, 850 to
Trotting?2:50 class. Purse 8200?8120
to Ilrst, 800 to second, 820 to third.
Running?Mile dash. Purse 8200?
8150 to Ilrst, 850 to second.
Running?Gentlemen riders. Three
j quarter mile dash, welter weights.
Purse 8100?8T5 to Ilrst. 825 to second.
Ji. ROBERTSON, I IS N. Liberty
street. Baltimore, Md., the oldest
reliable Specialist (regular graduate)
in Baltimore, with 25 years' experience
In hospital and special practice, guar?
antees a cure (without mercury or
caustic) in all acute and chronic dis?
eases of the urinary organs. Nervous
and Organic Weakness. Strictures, etc.
Urethral diseases recently contracted
positively cured in four to six days.
Consultation confidential. Write or
call. Medicines sent to an address.
Special treatment to Ladies. Board
and nursing if desired.
No. 1 Thomas Building Court-Ilouso
AB LBS A. McTl?GH, ~
ATTORNEY-AT-L AW, ' ^
110 .Jelferson street.
First floor to rear of Orav &. Boswell.
j. allen waits.
Thursday, October 23, 1890.
Running?Throe-quarter mile heats.
Purse 8150?8100 to Ilrst, 850 to second.
Trotting?2:35 class. Purse 8250?8150
to Ilrst, 875 to second, S'.'.'i to third.
Running Merchants" stakes, one and
one-quarter mile dash. Purse 8200?
g 150 to first. ?50 to second.
Running -Welter-weight hurdle, one j
and one-half mile dash over six hurdh s. ,
Purse 8150 -8100 to first, 850 to second. ?
Friday, October 24, 1890.
Running?Novolty, one mile dash.
Purse 8250 825 to horse at t)uartcr-milo
post first. 850 to ono at. half-mile first.
ST.", to one at three-quarters first, 8100 to
one at mile. It. is possible for one horse
to win the whole purse.
^IRIFFIN & WATTS,
A TT<) B N B VS-AT-LAW,
Office: Boom No. .">. Kirk Building, cor?
ner Salem avenue and .Tofforson st. tt
P. STA I'LBS.
Office: Corner Salem avenue and Com?
merce streets, over Word's grocery.
rVlld.MAS W. M I LB EIL
i Purse 8150
- Five-eighth mile beats.
-8100 to Ilrst. s."i() to second.
Running?Virginia stakes, one and
; one-half mile dash. Purse8250 ^IT.'ito.
; first, ST."> to second.
Trot ting?Free for all. Purse -SKio?
? 82-10 to fust, 8120 to second, sio to third, j
i mile dash. Purse 8150 8100 to first, 850 \
. to second. Horses only that have run
I and not won at this meeting are eligible
to start. Entrance ") per cent.
Roanoke stakes, for trotting horses
i owned and in Boanoke county Septom
: her 15, l^'.io. A sweepstake of 825 each
with 8100 added by the Association, of
: which two-thirds to the Ilrst and one
third to the second horse; four to enter
and three to Start; If live ( tilers the
third to save his stake. Time of race
will be arranged on or before the fu st
day of the meeting. ulr
NORFOLK .v WESTERN RAIL
BO All COMPANY.
PlUI.AOKLIMIIA, Sept. 21, 1800.
Notice is hereby given that the Board
of Directors has declared on the pre?
ferred stock of this Company a dividend
of one and one-half dollars per share
out of the surplus income of the Com?
pany, payable at the office of the Treas?
urer on and after October 2::. 1800, to
the stockholders as registered at 3
O'clock p. 111., on October II, 1800.
The transfer books will be closed
from October 11. 1800, until '.? o'dock
a. m. October 23, 1800.
A. .1. II EM PH ! LL,
ATTORN BY -AT-LAW .
Office: No. lo Kirk Building, over John?
son and Johnson's Dreg Store.
c. ii. moomaw. .im). w. v.ooos,
Bote tour I county. | Boanoke county..
mrooMAW & WOODS.
Will practice in the courtsof Boanokoi
city and county and counties adjoining'^ \
Will attend the courts of Roanoke and
Botetourt regularly. Roanoke, Va.
? Office: Salem avenue, opposite Stewart's
furniture store. tf
.yitCHElt L. PAYNE,
1 Office on Commerce street, near Cour
: Special attention given to exmnin
j tion of titles to and matters coaneote
? with real estate. tf
. iianshuoi oh. I sam. o. williams
ANSBROUOII & WILLIAMS,
Boom No. II. - - - - Moomaw Building-,
Jefferson Streot, Roanoke, Va.
Will practice an the 11 listings Court?
the city of Boanoke, Court of Appeals
of Virginia and United States district
J KiXXF.Y. XL D.
Practice Limited to
BYE, BAB. THROAT, AND N0S1
Ofllco?Over O'Leary, Campbell street
W ?- I1ARDAWAY.
>> ? ATTORN EY-AT-LAW.
Courts: Boanoke and adjoining coui
ties. Ofllco, Moomaw Building, Joffei
son street S. Booms 3 and 4. janlfitt
A. L. OORI.KV, President.
S. P. Oor.LKY, V'co President."
j. s. Simmons. Scc'v. ami Tress.
Brick and Tile Works,
Manufacturers of first-class Brick of
all kinds, including No. I Press Brlok,
Draining Tile, &c. Works on West
Campbell street, Roanoke, Va. Box