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, ?K ppstofflce Koanoke as
. ;i. ns should be directed to
P qSSOYEMBER 30, lbfc9
LoS? Postmaster Generai
i . ^ich hu:?. just beeu snb
:'ru, whatever may
' ?? recommendations, is cer
I*. irnsiing one.
most striking chaugas
oajroaudsi is the apnoiGt-|
^rVv^, manager of the d-:
mi 6 Ofnill be named by the
)0 per aunum.
Bly successfhl that
?jfry fifteen mouth:
ILG&iucut has dour
y. The new officer*
:r. able they may be
to Spend sever:;
g acquainted witii
fwith the routine
. Tia admits thai
jresout f"-->rm pi
rotation in office must
the ouly solution
also hold? thai
esent by attending
?elf sutfi.iently to
Ks? la in the service.
>.s certainly L.r
^ fo i discussion.
LfiiatS the postoffi' e
*bo ecu due ted more
jpetent man coui:
:iu at its hsad dur
S;ich r. fdep.howev.jr,
rely iuc-toiptilible wiib
srement of Um
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?I ba made and
s removed of ite
cy it might de
(nay bo said of Mr.
ju&t he admitted that
'himseii a hignry sensible
trid tb it he i? fully alive
?ha times. He dues
dsctiug the postofiice
Sit principles of fifty
srpsrfcctly right iu tds
irect on: The inventions
the improvements of the
ptiiized Dy th? public as
:t? individuals. About
I? few people who have
cor? ruarvalous success in
l?dc * letor of
^2 am.. . Ledger,
held their reg? ."or exis
jfj Btiug last m/,?r the most
.^^'-^drlh nor the
N. t, to business
* j ?v.0 in amassing
eith; and has made the
one of tht: most reliable
e ii"".c one of the be*t
of newspaper property
Sfejiss? Iu the midst of
. : r. his large heart
mi^c has constantly
i? to J?C^*rformance of
deeds, ahd with the ex
Cooper and W. W.
? w fcetb dead, no man has
him in the liber?l'ty of
id be'nefii; of humanity.
iBis kind and liberal
imp'.oyes, and there
amp printer in the
Tor, hardened hpjqfcter
tfhl dose not .possess a
-tuSVheartfo^ the noble-:
' \*a ch."ficter. Wheu I
of ty comes aronnd too
cts up his thousand
v takes that much
und '.viiich in time
reptihg a mouu
leery of the
?If s^ked said he
iti the next Lippin
:it of my expe?
rt pleafeure of my
in? good to othersi
jinal remark; per:|
the nutgt duUcuitj
to be p?perou
k? same time?k\ i
-.iiOu ?Ttbe town,
-.tits it will manufacture will
not only furnish the means of employ?
ment for sixty or a hundred men,whot
withtbeir families and the additional
support they will give to trade, will in?
crease the population of the city several
hundred, but the engines will go out to
every part of the country and show
what Roanoke is beginning to do, not j
only in making pig iron but also how
it is utilizing such raw material. The]
company being the pioneer in that Hue
will also be the means of having other |
similar companies organized and
Clarke's Extract or Flax Cough Cur
It is a sure cure for Whooping]
Cough. It stops the whoop, and per- j
mits the child to catch its breath. It
is entirely harmless. Good for anv
cough of childhood or old age. It
heals the bronchi and lungs, and
stops the coogh. For Winter or
Bronchial Cough this syrup is the
best ever discovered. Only one size,
large bottle Price, $1, at Johnson &
Johnson's drug store. Clarke's Flax
Soap makes the skin smooth, soft and
white. Price, 25 cents. _
sas Train cr:-s? grass zssw it.
Tho world ought to f^rjftaiow what s. S. S. has
done for tuciu the cure I*#J of a malignant Cancer,
which was so bad into HmHI bo considered Incura?
ble by tho physicians Sy* in Chicago, where 1
went to be treated. One J/J Jof my neighbors ser
!?;?" a copy of au adver- LjgLfi tiseincnt iu regard t
Swift's Specific and 1 BqEJbegan taking it. 1 :<
rclicflrom the first few j*?Td<-ses; tho poison wa
gradually forced ont of LfJJmv s.vsieai. and I ?s;
soon cured f>ound a:;d jWW x' h is now t..
iconthsainccIquittak-BHiin^S.S.S. and! hart
had no sign of return of the dreadful disease.
Mns. Ann Botuweix.
\u Sable, Mich., Dec. 29, '58.
Seed for books oa Blood Diseases and Cancer*
nailed free. Tor Swift Srccinc C<\
?l2S?j- Drawer S, AUonta. <3a
THE ROANOKE ELECTRIC LIGHT
1 and Power company are now pre?
pared ro wire new buildings (concealed
w >rkj for electric lights, furnishing
ombinatitn gas and electric light
fixtures at lowest prices. First-classi
work guaranteed. Address
ROANOKE ELECTRIC LIGHT CO.
MONEY TO LOAN
On time, and payments to suit .
People's Perpetual Loan
ROANOFlE, ? ' - VIRGINIA.
*2fBSr~?.<" Ii?, M. C. Thomas.
W. F. Winch, Sec'v & Treas.
Room No. 1, Masonic Temple, Camp?
Paid up shares $50 each. Installment
shares $1 per month.
Borrowers can at any time secure a
loan and fix their own limit of the
period for repayment.
As a savings bank this institution
offers special inducements. Install?
ment shares may be subscribed for at
any time. Interest is allowed on
moneys placed with the association.
This association is doing a suecess
Lfjjl business,/paving semi-annual
' dividends, ^.nd is a desirable invest?
ment for capital._
This space belongs to i
! W. K. ANDREWS & CO.. I
Coal, Wood and :
? Lumber Dealers, :
:: 219 Salem Avenue, S. W. j
Having sold the stock and good will
of my store on Norfolk avenue to Mr.
J. P. Ellington, I take this method of
notifying all indebted to me to call
and settle their accoun*s at once and
save me the necessity of placing them
in the hands of a collector.
W. P. CAMP,
nov29 lm At J. P. Ellingtons & Co.
JJELTNQUENTS, TAKE NOTICE.
All real estate delinquent for tho j
non-payment of taxes thereon for
1888 will be sold at public auction on
j the first day of December court, be?
tween the hours of 10 in the morning
and 4 in the evening, in front of the
court-house, unless said taxes have
been previously paid to the treasurer,
a list of which can be found in clerk's
office. M. C. THOMAS,
no!3-lm Treasurer City of Roanoke.
HPHERE WILL BE A MEETING OF
I the stockholders of the Roanoke
Rolling Mill company Saturday, De?
cember 7,18S9, at 12 o'clock noon, in
the schedule room of the Norfolk and
Western railroad company (general
office building.) By order of the presi?
dent. GEO. C McCAHANy
nov27 til dec 7_Secretary.
Tie Cite Bail ?1' Bunte
Salem Avenue, between Jefferson
and Henry Streets,
J. B. Lbvi, President. Late cashier
Commercial Bank," Roanoke, Va.
John Ott, Cashier. Late cashier
City Bank, Richmond, Va.
Accounts of banks, backers, corpor?
ations, merchants, and individuals
solicited. Oui facilities for doing a
general banking business are-equal tb?
reyiny' hanking ; hou-e v in Virginian
k: - ? wtioapfc- a, special : v a^d .-prompt.
OVER TWO MILLIONS DISTRIBUTED
Lonsiana State Lottery .Cowan.
Incorporated by the Legislature,
for educational and charitable par
poses, and its franchise made a part
of the present 6tate constitution in
1879 by an overwhelming popular
Its Grand Extraordinary Drawings
take place semi-annuaUy, (June and
December), and its Grand Single
Number Drawings take place in each
of the other ten months of the year,
and are all drawn in public at the
Academy of Music, New Orleans, La.
" We do hereby certify that we super?
vise the arrangement for all the
monthly and semi-annual drawings
of the Louisiana State Lottery Com?
pany, and inperson manage and con?
trol the dratoings themselves,and that
the same are conducted with honesty,
fairness, and in good faith toward all
parties,and we authorize the company
to use this certificate, withfac similes
of our signatured attached, in its ad?
We the undersigned Banks and
Bankers will pay all prizes drawn
in the Louisiana State Lotteries which
may be presented at our counters.
R. M.Walmsley,President Louisiana
Pierre Lanaux, President State Na?
A. Baldwin, President New Orleans
CarlKohn,President Union National
At the Academv of Music, New Or?
leans, Tuesday, December 17th, 1889.
Capital Prize, $600.000.
100.000 Tickets at $40; Halve*.
$20; Quarters, $10; Eighths, ?5; Twen?
tieths, $2; Fortieths ?1.
list of rnizKS.
1 prize of $?00,000 is.$(100.000
1 prize of 200,000 is. 200.000
1 prize of 100,000 is. 100,000
1 prize of 50,000 is. 50.000
2 prizes of 2",000 are. 40,000
5 prizes of 10,000 are .. ? ao.000
10 prizes of S.ooo are. 50,000
25 prizes of ' 2.000 are. 50,000
loo prizes of S00 are. 80.000
\ 200 prizes of 000 tire. 120,000
500 prizes of 400 are.200,000
100 prizes of $1,000 are. $100,000
100 " of 800 are. 80,000
100 " of 400 are. 40,000
1.99S prizes of $200 are. 399,600
13,144 prizes, amounting to....$2,159,(100
c?T For club rates or any further
information desired, write legibly to
the undersigned, clearly stating your
residence, with state, county, street
and number. More rapid return mail
delivery will be assured by your en?
closing an envelope bearing your full
Address M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.,
or M. A. DAUPHIN,
Washington, D. C.
By ordinal y letter containing money
order issued by all express companies,
New York exchange, draft or postal
Address REGISTERED LETTERS COSIAj.M.NC tl'RRE.NCl
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
One dollar is the price of the small?
est part or fraction of a ticket issued
by us in any drawing. Anything in
our name ottered for less than a dollar
is a swindle.
iO."MYERS <fc C?7,
ERNEST AVENUE, S. W.
have their cooper-shop in operation
and are prepared to furnish 'flour
barrels, time barrels and apple barrels
on short notice. 1y24-1m
I will offer for Sale on Monday, the.
2nd Day of December, '89
the following property: Horses, mules
and colts: 10 hue milk cows.young cat?
tle and hogs, coru.oats and hay; fann?
ing implements of all sorts, among
them a good self-binder, mower, etc.
TERMS:-Cash for all sums of $10 and
under. a credit of nine months will
be given on all sums over $10. with
note satisfactorily endorsed.
Sale to take place one mile south of
Roanoke, at Big Spring.
nov27 5t e. 8. McCLANAHAn^
for sale : Improvement
Company, of Salem, Virgiria will be |
placed on sale Decembsr 11 th, 1889, |
at noon. Maps cearly ready. a rare'
chance for business men ar.d investors.
If vou cannot be present write to
J. W. f. allemong, Brest,
nov 19-2w ^alem, Va.
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Main streeet. Opposite Duval House,
SALEM, VA. .
Correspondence solicited concerning
the purchase or 6ale of property io
Salem. Personal attention given to
all business entrusted to me, and full
satisfaction guaranteed. oc22:tf
y. E. THOMAS; ~: H
' VETERINARY SURGEON.
Fifteen years experience in treat
ing all kinds of animals. Best of ref?
. Office:?301 Railroad Avenue,
ROANOKE, - - VIRGINIA
Havfng purchased the stock and
good wili of the.Hoffman Drug store,
No.. 129 Salem avenue, I respectfnlly
ask a continuance of the sam*3 liberal
patronoge heretofore bestowed, prom?
ising to keep constantly on hand a
full and first-class stock of Dragsand
Medicines, together with Toilet and
^Fancy Articles, Cigars; Etc.
Winter is coming and everybody
should prepare for it.
CLARE & READ
Pocahontas Lump Coal
CHEAP AS _THE CHEAPEST.
' ??' . .
CHURCH AND ROANOKE STS.,
TELEPHONE NO. 70.
r. h. okav, j. w. b0swell,
GRAY & BOS WELL,
Real estate and insurance ngents.
Improved and unimproved property in
all parts of the city for sale.
RENTING A SPECIALTY
Your patronage respectfully solicited.
No. 7 First avenue, S. W. Roanoke. Va.
Agcmts for the Exchange Building
and Improvement Company.
Gray & Boswell
W 1| Sei It?
! The Most Wonderful
Invention o*? the
Most convenient, most durable and
j cheapest trunk made. Will savejou
i many backaches. A simple motion
of your hand will enable yon to pf.ck
or unpack your trunk without having
j to lift a tray. Made in every style.
! Sold by all Dealers.
Patented and made by
s. i mm & i.
Makers of all kinds of
T DUES AMD TEAVLISB BA'IS,
\ oetS 2m <Uw
For this quarter and
for month of October are now due
and payable at company's office. If
not paid before the 10th instant "he
supply will be shut off.
Failure to receive a bill does not en?
title consumer to the discount.
Lime for Fertilizing and Disinfect?
ing, also Gas Tar for sale.
Applications for extensions, im?
provements, taps, purchases ?nd all
other matters relating to Gas or
Water should be made to
FRANCIS T. BRINKLEY,
ROAXOKE (JAS AN?? WATER 00
No. 11 Third Avenue. Southwest
BIDS WAiNTED. ~
THE UNDERSIGNED WILL, UN
1 til November 20th, receive sealed
bids for the erection of the buildbigs
for the Bridgewater Carriage Factory,
to be situated on the corner of Henry
and Robinson streets. Plans and
specifications can be seen by call ng
on us, and we reserve the rights to
reject any or all bids.
T. T. Fishburnj,
. Jamks S. Siemoss,
W. P. moomaw.
The above offer will be continr ed
until December 5th. nov27-10t
LOOK OUT BOYS.
We are ready to furuish you with ,he
best and finest driuk in the city wh:ch
H. A. Smith, late of the Palace hotel
can serve to you; you know it. (Jone
and see the only place where yon (au
get a Roanoke surprise.
H. GEISMAR, Proprietor
101 SALEM AVE., ROANOKE, VA.
R. W. WOLTZ. B. J.WOLTZ:
Contractors and Builders
ARE PREPARED TO DO ALL
KINDS OF WORK.
Cor. Fourth Ave. an d Third St
2ijetf ? Roanoke. Va.
PR1DDY & DUNLAP
SIoybs, Tinware rM Hoiisefarnisji^;
rcofiing and Spouting and Plumbing
and Gas Fitting a specialty.
JEFFERSON ST., ROANOKE, VA
H. H, BROME Ul
Plumbers, Tinners and Gas Fitters .
are prepared also to do work in the
line of Tapping Sewers.
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CLOTHING, GENTS' FURNISHING G?ODS, HATS, &C.,
In endless variety, will be offered from now until Christma>
CHEAPhR THAN EVER. I am determined not to cam
any winter stock over. Come and price my Clothing be?
fore, purchasing elsewhere; it will save you money. No
trouble to show, you goods. Politest attention to all.
P; ADLER, /jo Salem Avenue
' ALSO AGENT FOR 'P. E. S. DRAWERS.
$5 fO $25.
BOYS' SUITS FROM $3 TO $
CHILDREN'S SUITS FROM $2 TO $10.
MENS', BOYS'. YOUTH'S,
IN ALL STYLES.
SATIS-USED A SPECIALTY.
Furnish.'ng Department Complete
Wright Block, - -
EBEST FOR THE MONEY
YOUR MONEY'S WORTH.
Bather than so called "cheapness''is our rule,
and we ask that you call and we will prove this
to you by showing yon onr line of Flannels in
Plaids, Stripes and Plain.
We would especially [call your attention to
onr line of new shades hi*
The best line of Blankets aud comforts to be
found iu the city. Yours respectfully,
J. M. HARRIS,
NO. 17 SALEM AVENUE.
AN OBJECT LESSON.
Teacher (who is a billiard enthusiast)- "Now, then, what is a
Smart Boy?"A 'straight tip' is when
GRINBERGr & MORRIS,
proprietors of the 'Y?un^ Amadea" Cl ? i; 3.) in, siy t hifctha ir
Clotli, Hats ? Firaiiif Ms anfl Bsots Sto, Troa,
and Valices is larger and their prices lower than ever."
In clothing we have really a line selection for men, youths and
boys. In hats the very latest styles, and as to our furnishing goods,,
they need only to be seen.to,bo appreciated. We hay<* some specially .
fine underwear selling at remarkably low figures. No trouble $?? show
GRINBEBG & MORRIS.
B. KEMP tk CO.,
Real Estate Agents,
Have just placed on the market tha Beautiful Lots of the
PARK LAND COMPANY,
FOR FROM $250 TO $300 PER LOT.
[At terms to suit all purchasers?$30 cash, balance^in monthly Installments
at $10 per month. These are the most beauiiful and conveniently located lots
the city'. We also have:'
?3J-|rS?>a- at ^trias?? s irtmi .. ??? -} ' '?? , ? t -
Very Desirable Houses
In all parts of the cityon monthlv napments.. Stop paying rent and come at
once and get'a bargain.
Francis B. Kemp & Co.
CHAS. D- DENIT,
J. B. FRIER, C M. WEBBER,
Citj Sergeant. Sheriff Rcanoke County.
FRIER, WEBBER & DENIT,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Skiern, - - - - Virginia.
Twenty-Fiyg ; Cents Off of Every fif^
_ .._ ?
?Lw^lry. Watches and Silverware,
25 PER CENT OFF SALE.
Picken's Japanese and Jewelry km,iorium is to be Enlarged
to Make Room For IVir Increasing Trade,
Therefore This Sale.
ALL WHO WANT BARGAINS CO f ON
REMEMBER. ONLY THIRTY DAYS.
All Fqi-Hmpps Engrnverj FW of Hharge in the Rjghwf Stv]p 0f f.j1p
D. a ?ATSON, Prest B. L.GREIDER. Sec. & Trea
Rife's fiittic fipe Mannfactorin^
RIFES' HYDRUTUC ENGINE, OR RAM
CORRE8PONDENCF SOLICITED; oOOl' AGENTS WANTED
Office No. ? SeccDd avenue, 8. W. Opposite Masonie Temple.
Ptilaski City, Va.
Bluefield, W. Va.
rhe above houses offer superior accommodations to the
Travelling Public. Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
FRED. E. FOSTER;, im
WHERE TO STOP.
THE CITY HOTEL.
The Most Conveniently Located.
Rooms Well Ventilated.
TABLE SET WITH THE BEST THE
J. 0. HANES. . - - - - Proprietor. ,
IN FRONT OF PASSENGER DEPOT
ROANO^p. - - - VIRCI8I3?.
Commercial Tourists Home,
and Headquarters for those desiring First-Class Accommodations.
Large sampln Hqoibs Fit; 8ar ariacl
S. A. VICK, Proprietor, Member A. T. B. A.
ONE TOFIVE DOLLARS.
CUT RATES ON ?AILROAD TICKET BOUGHT OF ME TO AL
GRAND ATTRACTIONS I
Immense Fall Openinq!
The largest assortment of dress goods that was ever placed before the peo?
ple of Roanoke aud adjoinipg counties iust received at
Li LEVINES, 59
Consisting of flannels* tricots, ladies' sicilon suitmgs, henriettas, ea^merQt
serges, worsteds, fall style" satines, gioghams, sacking cloth and a largewsort
meut of of other kinds that we canuot mention for waut of space.
Blankets and comforts in endless variety from $1 a pair up to the finest
qualities made. In our shoe department we have a larger and better assort?
ment than we ever had before aud our prices are at the very hottom-. Don't
fail to examine our stock before buying, as you will save money by bayjo?? "
shoes of ns. '... ....?0
Our Clothing,, Dep?HI'c1",?
Is chock full of bargains. We have a large line of memjfr- Satothw? ?n
aoys suits; also an extra fine line of men's pants, and'we 'guaranteWto save
7011 from 20 to 25 per cent, on all clothing bought of 08; Full line 0f trunks
md valises at bottom figures. Don't forget the place.
No. 59 Salem avejue, opposite First National Bank, Roanoke. Va.
H. C H I P M A
NJ& 4 JEFF1:.' %f- STREET,