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FlHANClAl AND COMMERCIAL.
The Times' Telegraphic and*
Local Market Reports.
Nkw York; Oct. 8.?[Special]?Ex?
change quiet, steady at 482@487.
Money easy. 2%@0, last loan at 3. Sub
treasury balances?tlold. $148,271,
000; currency, $.'?,043,000. Govern?
ment bonds dull, beavy. 4s. 122 %, 4J*8,
103%. State bonds entirely neglected.
Ala.CAS tob. 105 |N. Y. Con.103
do. Cl. 114s.. 110 '.N. W. prof- 58>tf
(la. 7s mortg'e. 100 IN. Pac. 27?
N. C. Os.124 IN. l'ac. pref.. 73?
do..4?. 07 Il'ac. Mail- 38?
8. C. con Br... 09 *i I Reading. 30
Tenn. Os.104 R. & W. P. Tl 17??'
Tenn. sett. 3s. 71**' Rock Island.. 70X
Vir. Os. 50 St. Paul. 50?
Vir.consuls... 47 1st. Paul prof .100
Ch. & N. W... 10?},' Tex. Pacific.. 17
do prefer**;. 140 Tn.Coal & Ir'n 40?
Del.&Laok...l41Ji|Union Pacific. 51ft
E. Tenn., new. 82? N. J. Cen.114?
Lake Shore ... 8 Mo. Pacific .. 07%
L.AN.HM^'Wcst. Union . 81
Mem. &Char.. 801. Cot. Oil T. C.. 10?
Mob. ?t Ohio.. ?0 Brunswick . .. 20?
N. &0. Pa., 1st 27 Mob. & O. Is.. 04?
N. & C. 07 Silver Cer-110 ?
N. & O. P. lsts 90 *
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PRODUCE AND MKKCIIANDISE.
Nkw York, Oct. 9.?[Special]?South?
ern Hour nominal, weak. Wheat dull,
weak, 1 lower; No. 2 red. 1.04%: options
closed weak, ?(?>% lower, trading mo?
derate; No. 2 red, Oct., 1.04?; Nov.,
1.05?; May, 1.10%. Corn dull, steady:1
No. 2, 57}X: options rather depressed,
closing weak; Oct.. 57'?; Nov., 57?;
May, 58%. Oats dull, easy; No. 2, 44%; j
options dull, weaker; Oct., 41' j; Nov..
45; May, 48. Hops steady, quiet. Cof?
fee, options closed steady; 10? 15 points j
up, quiet; Oct., 18.00? 18*. 10; Nov., 17.00;
May, 15.45(i? 15.00: spot Rio firm, more* ac?
tive. Sugar, raw, firm, better demand;
refined fairly active. flrm;C 50-1(1; extra ,
G, 5??1 3-10; yellow 5 5-10?5 7-10.
Molasses. New Orleans steady, quiet. 1
Rice fairly active, steady. Petroleum
steady, quiet; refined, 7.40. Cotton-seed
oil quiet, firm; crude. 27?28. Rosin
quiet, steady; strained, common to good, i
1.37%? 1.40*. Turpentine dull, 40%?
41%. Wool fairly active, firm. Pork j
quiet, firm. Beef dull. lirm. Cut meats
firm, quiet. Middling dull, steady. .
l.ard dull, lower; Western steam, 0.45;
City, 0.05; options, Oct., 0.45; Nov., 0.47
asked. Freights dull.
CHICAGO, Oct. 0.?[Special J?Wheat
?a somcwheat unsettled feeling pro- j
vailed in the market, fluctuations
were not very severe, nor wide, but there ,
was an undercurrent which caused un?
easiness and a feverish market. Prices
were both trifle higher and somewhat
lower than yesterday, and the change?
able course of the mi rkct rather in- I
dicated that there was more disposition
to sell than to buy, and the operators
were inclined to a belief that some par?
ties were selling or closing out long
wheat. The opening was strong and
*h@'.t higher. After numerous fluctua?
tions, the close was about % lower than
Corn?Only a moderate business- was
transacted, the market being without
special feature, opening firm with light,
offerings and small trauVo, closing steady
%? ? lower than yesterday. Oats?
A ? moderate volume of trade was wit?
nessed in May, but ian nearer delivery
hardly enough was dome to make quota?
tions. Mess pork?Moderate business
reported: ?closed quitot- I.ard market
attracted very little attention, aivJ
closed quiet. " Short, rib sides?A light
business was transacted.
De cember ....
THE TIMfi*' is the lend ng paper of t3,"e
mineral bah\of the two Virginias. If jvau
want to keep posted on.the development
of this section you caiuiot afford to l?o
An outline .of tli? ynarry Resources ?JT
In the. matter of minerals and build?
ing stones no section of the Unitoc*
Stater can 8 dim ass Southwest Virginia
Besdies the mich deposits of iron and
:zinc ore, and .the immense timber re?
sources of this.section, there are valua?
ble quarries of slate in Qraig county,
and later investigations have revealed
several valuable varieties of marble.
To the west of this city r.ome beauti?
fy specimens of white marbfte have been
discovered, and in Bototourt sevroal
llmi quarries of Lftask marble have been
opened. Reference has already been
matfie in Till? TlMKS of the .beautiful
blad.c and gray marble found) on the
line'ief the Shenandoah Vnllej railroad
notiw er thirty inile?-- from Roas&ko, and
from rail that cun be ascertained the
suppijf in Botetonrt county, esptooially
of b?aek marble is practically Inex
haustilii". The latest:npcuimens<8>i the
latter have come from tine neighborhood
of Kintyj*,')e. and they are equal t>> the
best that have been soen, Messrs. E.
D. Tucker Sc. Co. have on exhibition in
..heir office some blockso/ this marble.
In Franklin county, near Rocky
Mount, there is an inexbaustiblo sup?
ply of first-class (lagging, and a TlMKI
reporter has recently beon Shown some
rich specimens of copper or*' from tho
Bame county. West of Roanoke there
is. on Pea Creek, .some of the finest, and
most remarkable limestone to bo found
anywhere in the world, and in Prince
Edward count y there is a building stone
popularly called green granite, and min
eraloglcally designated ripidollte, which
from its easiness of polish and beauty
will yet bo .greatly in demand.
Op ng- H'gst. Clsjc.
100 100? 9S%
107% 107% 100?
50 U 50*; 50
52? 53 52'%
39 V 30? 3J?:'H
42% -12% 42%
9.75 9.75 9.7*
12.40 12.40 12.3?%
0.35 0.35 0.35
0.00 9.90 0.87.%
5.45 5.45 5.45
0.10 0.10 0.10
a plkahant occasion.
St. Amlrow'h IJtorary mii?1 lteuuvolent So?
ciety Cvleurntu Their Third Annlv?rriury.
The third anniversary of tho St.
Andrew's Literary and Honcvolcnt So
eloty was celebrated at their hall on tho
corner of Second street and Fifth avc
avonuo n. e., last night by a charming
literary and musical entertainment.
Tho entertainment began with a se?
lection on tho piano by Professor Paul
Gerner, followed by a vocal chorus
'Cloria,'' in which all tho members of the
society participated.'Miss Lizzie Shehan
presided at tho piano. After the cho?
rus littlo Miss Mary Carr recited "My
Dolly" in a manner that elecitcd much
applause. Next followed a vocal solo,
"Tho Farm Home," by Mr. James
Councilman .lohn Sheehan, on behalf
of the society, then made a few appro?
priate remarks in regard to the occasion,
after which ho introduced lion. Charles
A. Mcllugh, solicitor for tho Iron licit
Association. Mr. Mcllugh spoke of thd
benefits to be derived from such organi?
zations as the benevolent and literary,
and made a speech replete with sound
logic and practical suggestions. His re?
marks were listened to with deep atten?
Next on the programme-was a vocal
solo by Mrs. S. M. Ilrophy, which was
sung with such power and sweetness
that in response to a hearty encore she
again came forward, and in a voice of
exquisite richness and pathos saiig. "I
am Saddest when I sing.'"
The vocal duet, "The Larboard
Watch," by Messrs. Koonan and Thomas
Cummerford received long and continu?
Mr. Jack Cummerford captured the
house when he sang the parody on
"Called mo Hack Again." and when in
response to an enthusiastic encore he
sang a piece on imitation of English,
Scotch, Irish and German peculiarities
the applause was deafening.
This concluded the programme for
the evening and in making the announce?
ment Mr. Sheehan thanked the audience
for their presence and appreciation and
promised that a series of similar enter?
tainments would be given during the
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The Terry Warehouses.
Work on the three new warehouse
buildings of Mr. P. L. Terry on Front
between Henry and Commerce streets,
are progressing fairly, and when com?
pleted tho structures will be lit com?
panions of the two immense wholesale
buildings adjoining them on the same
street to the east.
Mr. Terry has bad some splendid edi?
fices erected in this city, and among
them none are more substantial or im?
posing than the three now being built
Cards of invitation to the marriage of
Mr. H. L. Wright, the efficient and pop?
ular manager of the Ronnoke Telephone
Exchange, to Miss Mary Neal. the
petite, pretty and accomplished daugh?
ter of Captain J. W. Neul, of Shcnao
doah avenue, havo beeh- issued. The
ceremony will take placo at the First
Presbyterian Church on the 10th of this
J. W. Southward, the Republican
sheriff of Henrieo county, who was ex?
pected to run as an independent candi?
date for Congress in this district, de?
clines te enter the race. SSstte and "dis?
trict Republican committees are opposed
to his candidacy, and thfa being the
case he could not, under the circum?
stances, expect any assistj.nce from lite
national committee. It is not li'kely
that Ron. George 1). Wise, the Demo?
cratic candidate, will haveainy orgaii/.ed
Congressman Waddill is in corres?
pondence with the Secretary of .War
and Col. W. 1'. Craighill, with a vie*; of
having the improvement* on the .lannos
river done by day labor. He thinks if
this is ta'.ono it will emcourago more
friendly relations hutwern the tailoring
men here and the Federal administra?
A white man, braket?an, running on
the At'antic and Dunvillc railroad,
named Henry Newton, while coupling
cars on a freight train at Rlueneld
Wednesday, was caug.i t and crushed to
death. Ha was a young man :t."> years
of age. end leaves a family in Paters
Six men were sora^wdy injured, two
perhaps/a tally, about fourteen miles
west of "Ktaunton, last :Friday, by the
explosion of a keg of powder. The men
went to 2 house near where they were
mining tor anthacitotcartl to wait for a
blast, when a spark Horn a piece of
find in the hand of ?mevif the men if ell
on a powter keg, causing an instant-ex?
The Merritt Wrecking Company's
steamer John D. Jones Qoft Wednesday
for the stsanded schooner F. o. Darner,
south of Virginia J leach. It v as
thought that she wAlflti be floated at
the next high tide.
The annual election of (Officers of tl ie
Norfolk and Portsmouth Cotton H>:
<?.-hange was held Thwsttsy. W. 111),
dtountree v.as re-elected president.
A shipment of the second crop <f
green peas was made fr? in Norfolk
Wednesday. Uaising a f&ll crop al
gltecn peas b an experiment '.his season.
Tho Midland railway train brought U.
Alexandria Thursday moraicig the re
nuuins of E. C. Shncklott, of Relleplain,
Va.. and of 3d. Tribble. of ?Gaarlottes
vil>-. Va., Midihi/id railroad hrakemcn,
killed during uhc night in a .collision
near Culpcper. Tho freight train, in
charge of Conductor Tolls, wi.tfj which
these hrakemcn were connected, became
uncoupl ed on a down grade, and ISio rear
Sectios Htm ashed into the front suction,
catching the two y.Ming brakcn&en be?
tween tin* ears. The remains wetv pre?
pared at Domaine's ?stablishmeBf?, in
Alexandria, and sent to their late Invsiies
; iWhon an navertiser wants quantity in?
stead of quality ho uses a bU.l board.
Ivan line Lot Sale.
Train will leave Pulaskl at 0:48 on
morning of sale, October 15, on arrival
of train No, 1 from the East, returning
in time lo connect seith evening trains.
Is therk 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
" fou nds" inserted free of
One EIGHT - ROOM IIOUSE ON
Fourth avenue n. c. A bargain,
c. M. n ALLS A CO., Real Estate Agents.
TVJTRS. S. ('/WILLIAMS. OF 315 COM
!iVJL ju?rce street k. w.. will ho able to
take a limited number of music pupils
in addition to iler already large class,
SALE. CHEAP, TWO WORK
borses. wagon and harness. Apply
at DUPUY .t TALI A FE BROS real
estate oliice. uct0-3t
WANTED.?Family lodgings, two
adults, two boys. (8 and 10 years
of age); three (3) bedrooms, one (1) sit?
ting room neatly furnished on blocks
bounded by Commerce ami Park and
Church ami Salem streets. Address or
call upon .1. C. RAWN. No. 11 Campbell
A V*"AXTEI)?A young man of energy
? t and strictly temperate habits de?
sires a position as clerk in railroad of?
fice. Has had experience in engineer?
ing. References given. Address D. W.
SCIIENCK. city. oetS-3t
ALL parties having carpenter work
or repairing to do. call on R. J.O.,
care TiMKH office. 'octS-lwk
"tVTANTED.?A child's nurse, settled
tt woman preferred. .Must bring ref?
erences. Apply to MRS. BROWNE,
FOR SALE, cheap, a fine five-year
old mare. Apply at this oliice.
out l-l W
"\VrANTED?Ten Carpenters. Apply
t t at once to W. L. Williams, fore?
man Ore Washing Plant. Rorer Mines'
Narrow (Sauge railroad, soutbsidc Itoan
oko river, across iron bridge.
CONSOLIDATED Ml'NlNG CO.
out 3-1 w
WANTED?An experienced double
entry bookkeeper would like to
get writing that will occupy him two or
three hours at night. Address " AC
CO U NTANT" Box 35, city. oct2-eod2w.l
Tf J ANTED.?Scavenger and garbage
V t work dono at short notice.
sept25-lm 223 Fourth ave. n. w.
THE STRONGEST FINANCIAL IN
stltutlon in Southwest Virginia.
The Roanoke Trust, Loan and Sab?. De?
posit Company. Capital and Surplus,
8302,212.00. Pays interest on deposits.
HAVE your house pain teil in lirst
class style by Carr. None but first
class material used.
HAVE YOUR BININli ROOM CEIL?
ING nicely decorated in either oil
or water colors. Carr can do it. marO-tf
EjMRE, LIFE. ACCIDENT. PLATE
Ot?iss, Steam Boiler Inspection.
Tornado and Rent Insurance, at oliice
of Fidelity Loan and Trust Company,
Salem avenue, near Jefferson street,
THOMAS LEWIS ? co..
"OOAIiDERS CAN BE ACCOM Mo
j.J dated at Rorer Park Hotel. Nicely
furnished rooms. Large grounds.
Table set with the best, the market af?
fords. MRS. CRAWFORD,
M:RS. E. B.JONES
Wilt-remove October l to 154 Salem
avenue, next to Mount's Diamond
Front She will then carry a fine fine
of mil?iinery good*, notions, etc.. wkficli
she v.ill be glad to have the people of
Roanofce and vicinity cull and examine.
. MJ'NR ATION OF
NO. I'.mj. A. F. A A. M..'
will l#e hold Friday
morning Kith inst.. atII
o'clock SHARP to pay
the las toad tribute of rospoet to our de?
ceased brother, A. McD. SMITH.
A prompt and full attendance of the
brethren is desired. By order of the
S. M. WOODWARD, Jr..
I oct Oit io Secretary.
A First-Class Investment,
We olfor the best, security in the city
and pay semi-annual dividends. As a
st: lings bank this institution offers
special inducements. Paid up shares
$5C each. Installment shotes 81 per
mosth. Share* may he subscribed for
at any time. For further Information
adder ss The People's Perpetual Loan
and Building Association.
WM. F. WINCH.
Si c'y and Treas.
Room I. Masonic Tmunl? tf
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REIH)KT OF THE CONDITION OF
tho NATIONAL EXCHANGE
RANK OF ROANOKE, in tho State of
Virginia, at the close of business, Octo?
ber 2d, 1800:
Loans and discounts.8843,803.00
Overdrafts, secured and un?
secured .? G'.>7.M
U. K. bonds to secure circula?
Due from approved reserve
Due from other National
Due from State banks and
Ranking house, furniture,
and fixtures. 1,854.01
Current expenses and taxes
Premiums on U. S. Ponds.. 4,051.25
Checks and other cash items. 300.00
Hills of other banks. 2,000.00
Fractional paper currency.
nickels, and cents. 03.35
Legal-tender notes. 4,000.00
Redemption fund with 1". S.
Treasurer (5 per cent, of
Capital sioek paid in. $100,000.00
Surplus found. * 5.000.(10
Undivided profits. 0,451.SO
National Rank notes out?
standing . 22.50O.UO
.Individual deposits subject
to check. 150,702.77
Demand certificates of de
I posit. 45.131.05
; Certified checks. 1,003.03
1 Cashier's checks outstanding 00.50
Due toother National Hanks. 1,480.40
' Due to State Ranks and
! Notes and bills re-discounted 5,000.00
State of Virginia. County of -, ss:
I. Junius R. Fishhurn?. Cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
JUNIUS II. F1SHBURXE,
Subscribed and sworn to before mo
this nth day of October. 1800.
U. RUST, N. P.
.1. K. SIMMONS. )
T. T.FISHRURNE, - Directors.
W. C. MOOMAW. \
Roanoke Racing Ass'n.
Wednesday, October 22,1890.
Running ? Hotel Stakes, half-mile
heats. Purse 8150?$100 to first, ?50 to
Trotting?2:50 class. Purse 8300?8120
to first, SG0 to second, -520 to third.
Running?Mile dash. Ihirso $20tV
8150 to lirst, ?50 to second.
Running?(lentlemen riders. Three
quarter mile dash. welter weights.
Purse $100?875 to first, $25 to second.
Thursday, October 23,1890.
Running?Three-quarter mile heats.
Purse 8150?8100 to lirst, $50 to second.
Trotting?2:35 class. Kurse 8250?8150
to lirst, 875 to second. 825 to third.
K?nning?Merchants' stakes, one and
onc-qu*rtcr mile dash. Purse 8200?
8150 to first, 850 to second.
Running?Welter-weight hurdle, one
and one-half mile dash over six hurdles.
Kurse 8150?8100 to first, $50 to second.
Friday, October 24, 1890.
Running?Novelty, one mile dash.
Kurse 8250?825 to horse ut quarter-mile
post first, $50 to one at half-mile first,
?75 to one at three-quarters first, $100 to
one at mile. It. is possible for one horse
to win the whole purse.
K?nning ? Five-eighth mile heats.
Purse $150?SlOO to first. -550 to second.
Running?Virginia stakes, one and
one-half mile dash. Purse$250?$175 to
first, $75 to second.
Trotting?Free for all. Kurse 8400?
S240 to lirst, Si-jo to second. 840 to third.
mile dash. Purse $150 -8100 to first, 850
to second. Horses only that have run
and not won at this meeting are eligible
tu start. Entrance ."> percent.
Kot'.noke stakes, for trotting horses
owned and in Roanoke county Septem?
ber 15, 1800. A sweepstake of $25 each
with 8100 added by the Association, of
which two-thirds to the lirst and one
third to tho second horse; four to enter
tand three to start. If five entors tho
third to save his stake. Time of race
will be arranged on or before the first
day of the meeting. tdr
Et A YAK I) CO M M A X D
> ERY No. 15, Iv. T.?
Kir Knights, attention -Or
? der No. l.?You arc request?
ed vo attend a called con?
clave of Rayard Command.
? ory No. 15, in their asylum
in the Masonic Temple on Friday morn?
ing. OeL loth, at S a. in. sharp, in full
dross, for tho purpose of attending tho
Inn iral of our deceased Sir Knight and
? 1'rafr. A. Mel). Smith. A full attend?
ance in particular requested. K\ order
I of lt. s. RORERTS; Recorder,
I SIR .TNO.CHALMRES,
t Ct8-3t l'aplain-di neral.
Home Office; Roanoke, Va,
Shares, Par Value, $100 Each.
Assessible, $52 Only.
J. L. WARING.
Cashier Commercial Hank, Danville, Va.
JOHN II. LEVY.
President Citizens* Hank. Roanoke, Va.
Secretary anil Treasurer:
1). C. GALLA II ER,
.1. L. WARING,
Cashier Commercial Hank. Danville, Va.
HON. A. It. FLEMING,
Governor of West Virginia, Charleston,
?TAMES H. RUSSELL,
President Union Hank-. Winchester. Va.
\V. X. UU I'l l N.
of Ratlin & Italrston, Danville, Va.
. O. W. DU DLEY,
Of Pehtliert?ii ?: Penn, Tobacconists,
JOHN It. LEVY;
President Citizens' Hank. Roanoke, Va. I
HON. .1. H?GE TYLER,
Licutcnunt-Governor of Virginia, Rad- ]
W. A. CARPENTER,
Late of Palmer. Carpenter Co., Salt
ville. Va.. Lynchhurg, Va,
1). C. GALLAHER,
Late Secretary Rivermont Co.. Lynch
burg, Va., Roanoke. Va.
JUDGE A. E. KING,
Attorney-at-Law, Roanoke. Va.
COUXSEI.: ROY B. SMITH.
Commonwealth's Attorney, Roanoke.Va.
THE PLAN OF THE COM?
This Company is chartered under the
laws of Virginia, and its object is to in?
vest combined capital in Southwest Vir?
ginia, in the Shenandoah Valley, and
other rapidly-developing sections of the
State, embracing the growing towns of
Roanoke, Had ford, Salem. Danville,
Lynchburg, Buchanan. Bedford City,
Buena Vista. Glasgow, Waynesboro,
basic City, AND SUCH DISTRICTS
AS AFFORD OPPORTl'NTTIKS FOR
SAFE INVESTMENTS AND QUICK
RETURNS In town property, mineral
lands, stocks, bonds, and oilier securi?
I are to be judiciously made by a Commit
! tee of tin- officers selected for that pur
i pose, thus securing to each stockholder
j tin1 benefits of their combin? d judgment
is divided into shares of the par value
of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS EACH,
RUT ASSESSABLE ONLY TO THE
A MOUNT OF ?kVJ.OO ON EACH SHARE,
payable as follows:?SI2.00 when stock
is subscribed for, and SiU.OO each month
thereafter until the whole $32.00 Is paid
in. No more assessments will be called
for. It is confidently believed that the
stock will, by judicious investments,
readily be worth $100.00 per share inside
of twelve months, and then rapidly rise
to a handsome and ever-increasing pro
| mium. Of the $52.00 paid in, $2.00 will
j be applied to expenses of obtaining the
: charter, placing the stock and other
j preliminary expenses. So soon as
] $]00,000.00 is subscribed for, invest
' meets will he commenced and continued
; as further investments are paid in. thus
j keeping no idle funds, but putting every
I dollar into active investment and carn
This company is formed to meet a
1 growing necessity. The phenomenal
development in Virginia presents un
I rivaled opportunities for safe invest?
ment and large and quick ret urns. Cap
! ital can nowhere earn surer or more Bp !C
dy profits than here, whether in town
property, mineral lands, sleeks or sc
i curities. Large fortunes have been le
I gitimntcly and quickly acquired by in?
vestments, both by individual elf ort and
especially by combined capital. To
those who have the time ami means to
come and see and invest for themselves,
no Held olfers richer returns. Rut the
visitor is embarrassed by the very mul?
titude of opportunities offered him on
\ every side in the many localities, and
I can, with difficulty, determine where it
: is best, for him to place his money.
Again: Even those upon the grounds
: are often compelled to let slip rare op
j portunit.ies daily presenting themselves,
I simply because of lack of sufficient in
; dividual means. It is frankly believed
that this Company meets both of these
j This Company Will Not Confine
Its Operations to Any One
Locality, but Will Seek
Out the Best Where
ever Presented in
All the Places
The investing Committee will give
their personal inspection and judgment
' to all investments, both as to their
; locality and their nature, in allot' which
? they will have a common pecuniary in
I toiost with all other stockholders. With
the aggregated capital of the Company
large and varied investments will bo
made that are denied to the smaller
means of the individual. Bvory think?
ing man can see that no plan can olTer
' more advantages to invest carefully and
wisely than that of this company.
Real estate will be bought and sold;
investments in stocks and securities
I will be made, as stated, wherever the
best may be found, confining the scope
of the company to no one locality. Rich
returns have been had from similar or?
ganizations whose operations have been
almost, if not entirely, confined to Itoa
noke and vicinity alone.
Subscription hooks now.open at com?
pany's office, Exchange Building, Ro*?
noko, Va. For particulars apply to
D. C. GALLAHER,
Sic'y and Trcas.
. F. BLOUOT,
Next door to his old stand,
where he is
To furnish the trade with choico
Staple and Fancy
At the lowest cash prices.
159 SALEM AVENUE.
ANCASTER & LANCASTER,
CIVIL, MINING AND MECHANICAL
Jrffkrson St.. - - Ro.vnokk. V.v.
Correspondence Solicited. Uox202.
Room No. N, Now Kirk Bulling', op
posito Kenny's tea store. oe.t4-lyr
7DWARD W. ROBERTSON,
\ TTOR N E Y-AT- L A VV,
No. 1 Thomas Building Court-Houso
?1 II ARLES A. McHUGll,
110 Jefferson street.
First floor to rear of Gray A Boswell.
S. okiff1n. | .1. ALl.kn w.vrrs.
^.RIFFIN ?t WATTS,
Ofilco: Room No. 5, Kirk Building, coi?
ner Salem avenue and Jefferson st.
Office: Corner Salem avenue and Com
mcrce streets, over Wertz's grocery.
IIO.MAS W. MILLER,
1 Oftlce: No. 10 Kirk Building, over John
I son and Johnson's Drug Store.
c, ii. moomaw, I jxo. v.. woods,
' Itotetourt county. | Roanoke county..
I "\TOOMAW & WOODS.
ATTORN E Y S-AT-L A \V.
Will practice in oho courts of Roanoko
: city and county and counties adjoining.
' Will attend Iho courts of Roanoke and
I Botetourt regularly, Roanoke, Va.
Otlice: Salem avenue, opinis:' -Stewart's
furniture siore. tf
RCHER L. PAYNE,
ATTORNEY-AT-L A W.
Roan >ke, Va.
OQlco on Commerce street, near Court
Special attention given to examina?
tion of titles to and matters connected
with real estate. tf
(i. W. IIANsmtot oil. I SAM. <.. Wtl.IJ.VM8.
TTANSBROUGII & WILLIAMS,
Room No. II, - - - - 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
\\" o. I1ARDAWAY,
if ? ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
Courts: Roanoke and adjoining coun?
ties. Office, Moomaw Building, Jeffer?
son street, S. Rooms 3 and 1. ..inltUf
DR. ROBERTSON, IIS N. Liberty
street, Baltimore, Md.. the oldest
reliable Specialist (regular graduate)
j in Baltimore, with 25 years' experience
in hospital und special practice, guar?
antees a euro (without mercury or
caustic) in all acute and chronic dis?
eases of the urinary organs. Nervous
ami Organic Weakness, Strictures, etc
Urethral dise ases recently contracted
positively cured in four to six days.
Consultation confidential. Write or
call. Medicines vent to any addross.
Special treatment to Ladies. Board
and nursing if desired.
J KIN NEY. M. 1).
Practice Limited to
EYE, EAR. THROAT. AND NOSE.
OflUcc?Over O'Leary, Campbell street.