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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
The Times', Telegraphic and
Local Market Reports.
Nkw Yonk, Oct. 2.?[Special]?Ex?
change quiet Bteady at 482%@487%.
Money easy. :i to 5. Sub-treasury bal?
ances? Cold, $153,407,000: ourrenoy, 85,
705,000. Government bonds dull, steady.
State bonds dull, stoady.
Ala. CA2 tob. 103 %.N. W. prof_ lit)
do. ci. r. 4s.. 107 N. Pao. 30
Qa. 78inortg'b.l?T% N. Pao. pr?f.. 70%
K. C,???.12(1 % Pao. Mail_ 11 '.;
do. .is.08 Reading.;_40
S. C. con Ur... !>'.) 111. & W.V. T'l \Q%
Tonn, (is.105 Rook Island. , so
Tonn. sott. 3s. 73% St. Paul.ur?%
Vir. (Is.50 I.St. Paul prof. 110'4'
Vir. consuls... ?0 iTex. Pacific..
Ch. & N. W... 107% Tu.i onl & Ii 43 ' ,
do prefor'd. .14,2 Union Pacific.
Del.&Laok...l44 N. .1. Con.114%
E. Tonn., now. 34% Mo. Pacific... 7014
Lake Shore ... 8%|We8t. Union . 82%
Ii. & N.107% Cot. Oil T. C.. :.'0r'<
Mem. & Char.. 84% Brunswick.'.. 20%
Mob. & Ohio.. 03 Mob. & O. Is.. 00%
N. ?&0. l'a-. 1st 37% Silver Cor_113?$
N. Y. Con.104% I
I'KOUUCE am) MKKCliANUISK.
Nkw YORK, Oct. 1.?[Special ]? Cot?
ton steady- Sales 853,000; last evening
100; ups. 103%; Orleans 100 1-0; net re?
ceipts 33,374; exports to Great Britain
10,425; Franco 2,021; stock 305,833.
Southern Hour dull, unchanged. Wheat
steadier; No. 'i rod. 103%, elevator.
Options closed higher; No. red.
Oct., 101%; Nov., 104%; Deo., 104;
Corn active, closing Bteady : No.
55%@55%, elevator; options oloscd
Bteady; Oct., 55%; Nov.. 55% : .May.
50%. Oats inoderatively active; Oct.,
4:t:'.,: November, 44^ ; Mav. 40%. Hops
firm, quiet. ColFce, options closed
firm; October, $17.00@18; November,
srr.:*..">; December, S17@17.10; May. ?15.
45@00. Spot Kio stoady: fair cargoes,
:.'0;;4. Sugar, raw, quiet, firm; fair
refining, 53%; cotrifujgnls, 00; test. 515;
refined, steady. Molasses, foreign no?
minal; Now Orleans quiet, llico fairly
active, steady. Petroleum steady, quiet;
refined, 87.40. Cotton-seed oil steady,
quiet; crude, 27@28. Rosin steady,
quiet; strained, common to good, I. I0(? -
1451 Turpentine steady. Wool fairly
active, steady. Pork fairly active,
steady, l'.eef quiet, stoady. Cut moats
quiet, steady; middling quiet, ?lull.
Lard weak, dull; Western steam, 80. 17%;
city. 80.05; Oct.. 80.50; Nov.. ?0.53
asked. Freights dull; cotton. '?: grain
Chicago?Wheat was rather dull, out?
side orders were few. ami there was
only light local basiness. There was
nothing encouraging in the way of out?
side news and the market was governed
mainly by operations of local specula?
tors. The opening was %@M higher
than yesterday's closing, immediately
eased olf %, recovered again, prices then
depressed % and closed about, the same
as yesterday. Corn quiet, trading con
lined mainly to professional operators.
The first, trades were U advance, prices
ruling firm for a lime, then declined %,
ruled steadier and closed with slight
Oats?Easy and without, special fea?
tures. Trading chiefly in May with a
light business in October. Mf>ss pork?
Fairly active early, towards the close,
a quiet, easy feeling prevailed. Open?
ing at 7}..(<o advance, further a slight
improvement was gained temporarily.
Later the prices receded 15@17%, and
the market closed steady. Lard
opened 2% higher, later settled back
5@7% and closed rather quiet. Short
rib sides, trading was only inodetate.
Leading future ranged:
Wiieat. Op'ng. H'gst. Cls'g.
October. 1)0 07% IM1%
December.... 100 IOOJ4 00%
May. 104% 105 KM
October. 48 48% 47:,!.(
May. 50% 5q% 50%
October. 38 % 33:?;' 38%
May. 41% 41 % 41??
October. 0.55 0.53 0.55
May. 12.42% 12.45 12.25
October. 0.35 0.25 0.22%
May. 0.03 0.03% 8.71%
October. 5.25 r..27'; 5.37%
May. 0.13% 0.12% 0.07%
CITY It ETA It, NAKKETS.
Corrected daily by If. C. Deal, pro?
duce dealer, City Market.
Corn, per dozen. 10 cts.
Tomatoes, per gallon. loots.
Celery, per bunch. 12% cts.
Oranges, per dozen. 30 cts.
Lemony, per dozen. 35 cts.
Itananas, per dozen. 30 to 40 cts.
Cabbage, per head. 5 to 8 cts.
Turnips, per peck. 15 cts.
Sweet potatoes, per peck. . :.'."> (Us.
Irish potatoes, per peck... 30 cts.
Cooking apples, per peck.. 20 cts.
Eating apples, per peck... 25 to :i."> c.ts.
Lima beans, per quart. 12J-.; cts.
Pears, per quart. ir> cts.
Oysters, select, per quart. 50 cts.
Oysters, medium, perquart. 30 cts,
I 'caches, each. 5 cts.
Urapos, five-pound baskets. 30 to 40 cts.
Grapes, ten-pound baskets. 00 to 7f> cts.
Fish, salmon trout per lb. 10 cts.
Mullet, per pound. ,s cts.
Dan fish, per pound. Sets.
Putter, choice, per lb. :jr> cts.
fair per lb. -13 to :.'() cts.
Egirs, pordoz. 20 to 23 cts.
Chicken s. each. 30 to :.'"> cts.
TO ItKMOVK THE SLIPPERY ?IUI).
Acting Chief of Police Uoivers Issues 11
During the absence of Chief of Police
Morris Officer Bowers is discharging the
duties of the position. The latter issued
an order to the police yesterday after?
noon to have the occupants of buildings
on certain streets to wash away the
?mud accumulated on their sidewalks.
Tho uvder applies to the following
Streets: Along Commerce street from
Campboll to the railroad; Salein avenue
from Commerce to Nelson street: Jeifor
son street from Campbell to the depot;
Railroad avenue as far as sidewalks are
]5ad Drainage causes much sickness,
and bad blood and improper action of
the liver and kidneys is bad drainage to
the human system, which Burdock
Blood Hitters remedy.
Music pupils will do well to call at
21S Church street.
A Presbyterian Church was organized
at Paniplln City Sunday.
Senator Daniel spoke in Paltitnoro
last nicht hoforo tho Crescent Demo
cratic Cluh of that city.
I. Robert Kdmunds, a member of the
Dlaok Horse Cavalry during the lato
war. died at his country residence, near
Cassanova, Saturday evening.
The slaughter of sora Tuesday along
the marshes of tin1 .lames rivor and its.
tributaries is said to havo been the
greatest in the history oT sora shooting.
Governor Mclvinncy has issued writs
for elections to he hold in November at
the time of the election of Congressmen
to lill three vacancies in the Senate
from the Fifth, Eleventh and Thirty
sixth districts, and two in the Mouse,
from Carroll and Itrunswick eotintics.
Eimnett Pyle, son of C. 11. Pyle, real
estate agent of Petersburg, was found
Wednesday morning lying unconscious
in the marsh near that city, lie had
gone hunting with a friend, who re?
turned, saying he bad loft Pyle down the
river. Everything was done to save
Pyle, but he died the same afternoon.
It is supposed he became exhausted and
fell by the wayside, and that the inclem?
ency of the weather hastened his death.
Walter Williams, a Petersburg brick?
layer, aged 30, committed suicide by
drinking a largo quantity of laudanum.
Williams had been dissipating for some
time, and had been on terms of Intinacy
with a woman twenty years his senior.
During September the cotton receipts
at Norfolk were Gl,484bales. Norfolk's
direct exports in Septem her, 20,059. Last
year they were only 2,058 bales.
Tho case of Rev. .1. P. Sturgis, late of
Trinity Church, Pichmond, is expected
to come up before the Methodist Confer?
ence when it meets this year at Lynch
burg. Past spring .Mr. Sturgis was sus?
pended by a court, of inquiry for alleged
improper conduct, lie was given a re?
hearing and was acquitted of any inten?
It. is stated hero upon good authority
that the bondholders' committee, known
as the Olcott committee, now undertak?
ing to settle the Virginia State debt,
I have received up to dato $25,000,000, in
i eluding many tax-receivabln bonds.
The will of Mr. Lewis M. ISriflln.
whose suicide took place in Richmond
early Monday morning, was admitted to
probate in the Chancery Court yester?
day. The estate, it. is estimated, will
net about $72,000. The will, which was
written by the testator himself, bears
date July 23. lie leaves one-third of
his property to Miss Nellie Rogers,
whom he was to have married October
Lieutenant-Governor John E. Masscy
was married Wednesday to Miss Mattie
McCreory, of Turnhull, in Monroe
county, Ala. Rev. Dr. Hawthorne, of
tho Atlanta Baptist Church, performed
the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Massey
will soon be in Virginia. Tho lieuten?
ant-governor was very bright and happy,
frequently observing, in rosponso to
congratulations, that he had come "to
rob Alabama of one of its fairest (lowers
and transplant her to Virginia."'
Captains R. S. Eckles. George C. Gill
and E. (). Altwell, the new passenger
conductors on the Norfolk and Western
railroad, who succeed Captains Thomas
.1. Lassiter, Henry Whyte and Krank M.
Smith, wont on duty Wednesday. Cap?
tain Eckles came up from Norfolk in the
morning and Captain Gill came from
Crowe. Thursday night Captain Atwell
came up from Norfolk and took his
COMMERCIAL CLUB NOTES.
A number of Roanoke business men
called at the Commercial Club yes?
terday* and announced their purpose of
joining at once. Secretary Helper has
written to Hon. Paul C. Edmunds and
Senator Daniel for topographical and
climatic maps of this section. When re?
ceived these maps will be kept at cluh
rooms for the information of strangers
who come to inquire about this section.
Secretary Helper has gone to New
York for a week.
The following names were registered
at the club yesterday: W. V. P.rooke.
Abingdon, Va.;J. L. Peck. Lynchburg;
.1. T. Ingersoll and Ii. N. Claxton, Roa?
noke; Luther S. Ivaulfman, Philadel?
Or.n exchanges for sale at Tin: TIMES
office; 20 cents per 100.
Roanoke Opera House.
TUESDA Y EVENING. OCTOBER 7.
The Original and Only Davy Crockett.
At the request of the people
"America's greatest romantic actor."
One more! and this the last!! sea?
son ! ! ! of his never-failing
'?Idyl of the Packwoods,"
The People Request it!
The People will have it!!
The People Demand it!!!
The Original and Only Davy Crockett.
Prices 25c: r>0c, 75c and $1. Reserved
seats on sale at Johnson ?fc Johnson's
drug store. oct3-4t
j)ROPOSALS FOR GRADING AND
EXCAVATING.?Tho lot fronting
on Jefferson street, beginning 3714 f<-1? t,
north of Felix Hotel, Roanoke: fronting
60 feet on Jefferson street, running back
110 feet; grade to a level with Jefferson
street, front. None but responsible par?
ties need apply. Send estimates, or for
further particulars, address
.1. P. BELL,
sep30-3t , Lynchburg, Va.
Is there, anything j'on
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 ofj
put an advertisement in The
Times. It will cost only one
cent per word, and will bring
what you want.
Situations W anted and
"founds" inserted free ofj
"W<" ANTED?To rent a house nicely
t ? furnished. Apply at No. t-'s
T7i7"ANTED?Ten Carpenters. Apply
tT at once to Vi. h. Williams, lore
man Ore Washing Plant. Roror Mines'
Narrow Gauge railroad, southsido Roun
oko river, across iron bridge.
CONSOLIDATED MIN1NP CO.
\\TANTED?Hy a single gentleman,
t t board, with furnished room, in a
nice family. References exchanged. Ad?
dress PCX. Timks Ofllco. oot3-2t
"1^7* ANTED?Single room and board
tt at Once. Address A. V.
oct3-3t Timks Office.
117 ANTED? To rent stx or eight
t t room house in good Locality, Camp?
bell street or Salem avenue preferred;
no children. Address II. !.. care of
Tisiks office. oct2-3t.
X\7"A2?TED?An experienced double
t t entry huokkceper would like to
get writing that will occupy him two or
three hours at night. Address "AC?
COUNTANT" Pox .*).">. city. oct2-eod3w.l
. OR SALE.?Two wooden water tanks
- and trestles, complete except pipes
and connect ions, t lapacity about25,000
gallons each. Apply at office of Rott
noke Gas and Water Company. No. 11
Campbell street. oct,-2t
7<OR RENT?Three convenient rooms
on lower floor. Apply to
W. I)'. POOTII.
oct L-3t <)I7 Second avenue, n. w.
"VT1CE FRONT ROOMS for gentlemen
l\ at the Purl House. oct 1-lw
T ANTED?Short-band Pupils, For
Miss MATT I E C. BREATHED,
13'.? Salem avenue.
Pest references given. sep.SO-lw
FOP RENT.?Well-furnished room to
one or two boarders.
sep30-lw 40U Fourth avenue, S. W.
SEVERAL tine milk cows will be sold
?O at auction Wednesday. October I. at
Blue Pidge Springs. Sale will not com?
mence until 1- o'clock. Parties wish
in;; to buy can leave on No. 4 and re?
turn on No. 3. Pound trip only fit)
cents. Terms, four month's credit with
good security. sep3()-3t
ANTED.?Scavenger and garbage
work done at short notice.
sept35-lm 233 Fourth ave. n. w.
Tl IE ST R ONO EST PI \ A NCI A L IX
Stitlltion In Southwest Virginia.
The Roanoke Trust. Loan and Safe De?
posit Company. Capital and Surplus,
?303,212.00. Pays interest on deposits.
XTITANTED.?A gentleman of line so
t t cial position wants two connect?
ing rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with board, for himself, wife and two
small children, in a private family of
good position. House must be in good
location. Address ROANOKE, this of
! Ree. tf
HA VP your house painted in first
class style by Carr. None but llrst
class material used.
HAVE YOUR DINING ROOM CEIL?
ING nicely decorated in either oil
or water colors. Carr can do it. tnarft-tf
FIRE. LIPP. ACCIDENT, PLATE
Glass. Steam Boiler Inspection.
Tornado and Rent Insurance, at ollice
of Fidelity Loan and Trust Company.
Salem avenue, near Jeiforson street.
THOMAS LEWIS & CO.,
BOARDERS CAX BE ACCOMMO
dated at Rorer Park Hotel. Xicely
furnished rooms. Large grounds.
Table set with the best the market af?
fords. M PS. CRAWFORD.
M RS. E. B.JONES
Will remove October 1 to 154 Salem
avenue, next to Blount's Diamond
Front. She will then carry a Hue line
of millinery goods, notions, etc.. which
she will be glad to have the people of
Roanoke and vicinity call and examine.
II Fitst-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
$50 each. Installment shares si per
month. Shares may bo subscribed for
at any time. For further Information
address The People's Perpetual Loan
and Building Association.
WM. F. wiNcn,
Sec'y and Troas.
?Room 1, Masonic Temple. tf
TO CALL AT
Blount's Diamond Front
2 Cakes Laundry Soap
For 5 Cents.
THE CASH GROCER,
151 SALEM AVENUE;
LfNIVERSAL WORKSHOP. I in
Conunorco street. Wo make to
, order rubber stamps, stencils, corporate
seals, wax seals, steel and iron dies,
keys of all kinds, key tans, name plates,
badges, branding boards. burning
brands, baggage cheeks, stamping tools,
etc. We repair sewing inacoines,
watches', clocks, music boxes, writing
desks, fans, lawn mowers, typewriters,
canes, scissors, table cutlery, toys of all
kinds, glassware, earthenware, trunks.
1 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 fit your
bouse with electric bolls, burglar alarms,
annunciators, gas lighters, door openers,
etc. Special attention given to fitting
hotels with electric call-bells, and Pat?
rick & Carter return call and tire alarm
! system combined. SHARP & AODICKS,
1 IB Commerce street. sep27-lm
TAKEN BY STORM!
THE GRAND OPEN IXC.
THE CAPITAL AND LABOR
Which took place last Saturday at No. 0
First avenue (Kirk Building), lias taken
the people of Koanoke and vicinity by
storm. Nothing to compare with it over
' occurred before. Crowds of anxious buy
: ers were turned away,unable to be waited
i upon, and is it any wonder, when you
? can get I'ine Clothing at such remarka?
bly low prices? We guarantee to save
you from 2"> to X\ per cent, on thodollar.
By dint of persistent hard work and
ready cash, we have secured, and are now
displaying, the largest, best selected,
best made, and most fashionable stock
of Men*.-. Hoys', and Children's
Fall and Winter Clothing,
Together with an elegant line of (tents'
i Furnishing Goods, that the eye has ever
beheld: all of which we are offering at
1 prices that will prove a puzzle to com?
In order to give you an idea of bow lit?
tle money is required to buy the Best
Clothing, a few prices are mentioned:
Read and Wonder:
fi!t cents will buy men's iron-clad work?
$51.23 will buy men's good cassimere
. pants, your choice of fourteen styles.
! 81.75 will buy men's nobby evening
$3.50 will buy men's finest dn ss pants,
light and dark colors, the latest-designs,
I all equal to custom made.
S4.:.'.-> will buy a man's good, serviceable
cassimere suit, in light and dark colors.
80.00 will buy a first-class business
suit, sack or cutaway, your choice of fif?
S7..V) will buy an all-wool fashionable
dress suit, sack or cutaway, in all tho
?SS. jo will buy an all-wool fancy cassi?
mere, tricot, or cheviot dress suit. We
have them in sacks and cutaways in all
$10.50 will buy an extra fine imported
fancy worsted Diagonal, Corkscrew, or
Wide-Wale suit, sack or It or 4 button
cutaway, in all sizes.
$11.50 will buy a super fine tailor-made
silk or Italian cloth-lined dress suit,
equal to custom made.
81.33 will buy a good serviceable child's
suit, age 4 to 14.
S3.00 will buy a child's fine all-wool
dress suit, an unequalcd assortment,
light and dark colors, age I to 14.
82.00 will buy a good, durable boy's
suit, age l3*to IS years.
85.00 will buy a boy's stylish dress
suit, a variety of styles, light and dark
colors, age 13 to 18.
It is necessary that you see the goods
to form an idoa of how little money is
required to buy the very host and most
stylish Clothing. Wr. mf.an m sim ss.
Come anil let us con vi nee you. Wo urge
you to makk xo purciiask Until you
have visited our establishment.
CAPITAL AND LABOR CLOTHING
And Smashers of High Prices,
No. '.' First avenue, s. w.. three doors
from Jollorsonstreet, (Kirk Building).
ROANOKE, VA. tf
IN the next thirty or sixty days drummers will solicit
3'our orders for calendars. Now, we are right here in
town with a
Thousand Different Styles
At manufacturers' prices, and will be very glad to show
them to you and take au order for immediate or Decem?
ber deliver}'. The eutire line makes an
And is worth coming to see. From $8 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
no "song and dance," we've got them. And, job printing!
anything in the world you want.
The Bell Printing and Manufacturing Co.,
Telephone 43. Gale Building. cct-t
Auction sale of valuable building lots in
i NEWPORT NEWS, VIRGINIA,
Wednesday, Oct. 15, 1890.
The Newport Hews Land and Development Co.
This is what you have been looking for. An investment with sure profits
behind it. Xowport News is so well known that but little comment is neces
1 sary. It is the enstorn terminus of the great Chesapeake and Ohio Railway
system, and the host deep water port, on the Atlantic coast. II has the larg?
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 arc organized.
TEN MILLIONS OF DOLLARS HAVE BEEN INVESTED.
Noxt'year 0,000 men will be employed,, and more than $3,000,000 paid out
for wages in this city. Our population must soon ho 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 be continued if deemed advisable. tds
Roanoke Racing Ass'n.
Wednesday, October 22, 1890.
Running ? Hotel Stakes, half-mile
heats. Purse 8150?$100 to first, 850 to
Trotting?3:50 class. Purse 8200?8120
to first, 80Q f/.? gcjpbnd* S'M? *<o tfnuiL ?
/ ' ' Rack III.
limning?Mile dash. Purse 8200?
8150 to first, 850 to second.
Running?Gentlemen riders. Three
quarter mile dash, welter weights.
Purse S100?875 to first, 825 to second.
Thursday, October 23,1890.
. Rack I.
Running?Three-quarter mile heats.
Purse 8150?.5100 to first. 850 to second.
Trotting?2:35 class. Purse 8250?8150
to lirst. ??7."i to second. 825 to third.
Running?Merchants' stakes, one and
one-quarter mile dash. Purse 8200?
8150 to first, 850 to second.
Running?Welter-weight hurdle, one
and one-half mile dash over six hurdles.
Purse S150??100 to lirst, 850 to second.
Friday, October 24, 1890.
Running?Novelty, one mile dash.
Purse $250?g25 to horse at quarter-mile
post lirst, 850 to one at half-mile first,
I 875 to one at threc-quartors lirst. 8100 to
one at mile. It is possible for one horse
to win the whole purse.
Running ? Five-eighth mile heats.
Purse 8150?8100 to lirst, 850 to second.
Running?Virginia stakes, one and
one-half mile dash. Pllrso8250 ?8175 to
lirst, 57.*i to second.
Trotting?Free for all. Purse 8400?
8240 to first, 8120 to second, 840 to third.
mile dash. Purse 8150?8100 to lirst, s;.o
to second. Horses only that have run
and not won at this meeting are eligible
j to start. Entrance 5 per cent.
Roanoke stakes, for trotting horses
owned and in Roanoke county Septem?
ber 15, 1800. A sw eepstake of 825 each
with 8100 added by the Association, of
which two-thirds to the first and one
third to the second horse: four to enter
and three to start. If five enters the
third to savo his stake. Time of race
will be arranged on or before the first
I day of the meeting. tdr
ORFOLK & WESTERN RAIL?
Philadelphia, Sept. 24, 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 23, 13'.N>. to
the stockholders as registered at 3
o'clock p. in., on October 11. 1800,
The transfer books will be closed
from Octobor 11, 1800, until 0 o'clock
a. m. Octobor 83, 1800.
A. .1. HEMPHILL,
DK. ROBERTSON, 1 IS X. 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 any address.
Special treatment to Ladies. Hoard
and nursing if desired.
sc p f.' S -d& W-1 yr
[7DWA11? W. ROBERTSON,
X<>. V'Thomas Building Court-House, }
HARLES A. McllL'llll,
ATT() R X E Y - AT- LA \V,
110 .Jefferson street.
First door to rear of Gray it Uoswell.
HltlKKIN. J, AI.I.KN WAITS.
1 HI FIT X & WATTS.
Oflloc: Room Xo. r>. Kirk Building, cor?
ner Salem avenue and Jefferson st. tf
ATTOR X E Y-AT-LA \V,
Ofilue: Corner Salem avenue and Com?
merce streets, over Wortz's grocery.
piIOMAS \V. MILLER,
ATTO RN E Y-AT-LA W,
Oftlce: No. It) Kirk Building, over John?
son and Johnson's Drug Store.
C. lt. MOOMAW, JNO. W. WOODS,
Bototourt county. | Roanoke county. 1
"OOMAW A. WOODS,
ATTC >RN E Y S- AT-1, A \V.
Will practice in the courts of Roanoko
oity and county and counties adjoining.
Will attend the courts of Roanoke and
Botctourt regularly, Roanoke, Va.
Oftlce: Salem avenue, opposite Stewart'*
furniture store. tf
RCIIER L. HA YX10,
OIHce on Commerce streot, near Court
Special attention given to examina?
tion of titles to and matters conneotod
with real estate. tf
(!. W. UAKSntlOUOlI. I SAM. O. WILLIAMS.
TJANS11ROUGII & WILLIAMS,
Room Xo. ll, - - - - Moomaw Building,
Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va.
Will practice In the Hustings Court of
the city of Roanoke, Court of Appeals
of Virginia and United States district;
KIN.NEY. M. D.
Practice Limited to
EYE, EAR, THROAT, AND NOSE.
Otlice?Over O'Loary, Camphell street.
WO. II AliDAW A Y.
? ATTORN E Y-AT-LAW.
Courts: Roanoke and adjoining coun?
ties. Office, Moomaw Building. Jeffer?
son street S. Rooms 3 and 4. janlOtf
A. L. GoiU.KY, President.
S. P. Goitl.KV, Vice President.
J. S. Simmons, Seo'y. and Treas.
Brick and Tile Works,
Manufacturers of tirst-class Brick of
all kinds, including No. 1 Cress Brick,
Draining Tile, Ac. Works on West
Campbell street, Roanoke, Va. Rox.