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THE BOANOKE TIMES,
XDAILY and WEEKLY)
independent . atic paj er
Jp^efl to the material and politi
lterests of Roanoke and Southwest
Daily, one year.
. Daily, six months.
Dally, tbreenion: Its. .
- Dailv, one month.
?!eeUy. l. .>
Purntshecl to city ?ub-vr-ibcrs, trie dcliv
' cry, fifteen ion! - a
I nd six dollars :i year.
- Advertisini: rates ':? oa
ion at the 01:: e.
For marriage and death notii .,
s-nary length, 00 cent* wi
All tranjjert .-.d \ ? .
No attention given to anonymous corre?
spondence, and rejected communication- ?.>t
returned by mail unless] ?tage is ?. . .-r
Every othtr day Insertions will
the same as every day rtkms, U-ss 20
per cent.; twico a week, it) jier cent.; onca
a week, 50 par ?
Letters containing ...a inti wssolic
? Contracts for advertising npplyor.lv ta
the regular bii-:iit-sadvertisers. A Lver
tisements outside of regular busin
be charged extra at transient rates. .\
tract for adverUsing is trail Table
the written consent of the proprietors of
this pa]' r.
Entered into the post Sec at Boa
AU CQmniumo.v ions should lie directed to
) TIlifi ?OAXOKE W1IES.
- _ Roanoke. Va.
SUNDAY. ? - DECEMBER 22, Li .
iiAitn i it;;.. i.'.iixonx.
lU many parts of the S nth, es?
pecially in the agricultural sections,
the cry of ??hard times'" is ahnest a
constant one amo . the masses of the
Farm lands i parts oi the
South are con declining in
value, and fanners, ovsiugto competi?
tion with the virgin soil and more-fav?
ored lands the W65t, are able to
make only a bare living ..: best.
'Roanoke and Southwest Virginia,
however, constitute a notable excep?
tion to this rule. Lands of all kind,
city and farm, ar.d mine property, arc
continually increasing ia value, and
*"1te*peop'.e apo entirely t< o 1 usy botl
ing their material condition to bar.
any time to complain of hard limes,
which do not exist.
The present season has been an un?
usually active ore. and the indications
for the appro.. hi"-, year r.recsoee-h
As some one remarked y\
to the writer, there ia no rity or sec
??vtion that cH'ers v. '?'?- :..
.ments for investment and settlenieii
than Roanoke and the Bouthwestert
Jortton of the ?:?..;??. . : - arr
^>ion;ng to find this out more and
fe?vffery :.iay, and will conti te
j^f^tU^iSjsection btcomcs a rer
Itftjpve of icons try, giving employ
-and furnishing comfortable
Hto many thousands of people
itp: in less favored parts of tli.
\t:ir. WTABa m vi
1 State? for some time, as was to
peeled, has had au exceedingly
?bg effect upon almost ever)
rtment of trade.
s will be seen from an examina?
tion of Dun's Review, published i:: tht
news columns, many coal miners in
Pennsylvania have been deprived bi
ork, and the necessary means of sub?
stance on account of it, m d thi
?>thjog trade in particular has been a
Is 'n Jong Dad tl".' never anas,
kr, and with the approach of the
ear.colder weather and a bettet
of business is almost uecessarih
nd to follow.
here will he snow and ice yet. and
,_e usual visitation of the''blizzard"
*.ha West an .
Wr~ K'es pul r' ?:?;!;.
'3 r^'orida weather cannot exist always
ftttsido of that state, and it is not wel
tnnt it should.
where<,if:.-.s ai::: tatrooED.
In Algeria, says the Baltimore Sun,
every girl born of native parents :?
tattooed on h?r forehead between the
eyebrows i ad just on the root of the
nose, with a cross formed of several
^straight lines of small stars running
close together. These tattoo marks
/jtae a dark bluo color. Algerian
women are also considerably tattooed
on tho backs of their hands, their fore
. arms and chests, as well as on their
shoulders, their writ . especially
adorned with drawings represent.]
bracelets and flowers strung together.
As a rule women are tho operators,
and it is principally on children be?
tween the ages of 7 and ? that tl ey
haveVto exercise their art. They use
sometimes a needle, but more fre?
quently a Barbary fig-tree thorn.
They em play kohl as a coloring sub?
stance. It is a kind of fino powder
made from sulphur of antimony, which
is also in great request by the Algerian
' women for the purpose of f -; a'mting.
to EQl'AMZi: TAXES.
According to tho interview with Mr.
Woods, member of the House of de?
legates from Roanoke a ad ti?
tles, which is published in another col
t-jubi?j there will be a strong effort dur?
ing the' present session of the legisla?
ture to pass a bill to provide for the
better equalization of taxes.
According to the present method of j
assessment, the rale varies consider?
able iu different coun'ie?; and as taxes,
is generally conceded, should be?
lied proportionately, the measure is a j
Jjte amendable one. There is lit. j
V'.v > assage of thai
candidate for chairman of the board of
public worts, some plan may be
a I tpted also t > select candidates for
aldermen, and lion and the Iamb will
sport in the same pasiureaud Ii? down
by the same stream. The millennium
:>o NOT SUFFER ANY LONGER.
Know in.; that a COU?h can be
i b ked in a day, and the lirst stages
of consumption broken in a week, we
hereby guarantee Dr. Acker's English
Cough remedy, and will refund the
money to all who buy, take it as per
directions, and do nor liud our state
ment correet. Sold by Bndwell
i Ihrisi ian A: Barbee.
The czar of Russia refuses to recog?
nise the government of Brazil. All
right. When will tin' Russians re
fuse to recognize the government n'
the czar? It appears a good many
refuse to do so now.
THE ETBST SYMPTOMS of DEATH.
Tired feeling, dull headache, pains
in various parts of the body, sinking
at the pit oi.the stomach,loss of nope
tite,feverishness,pimples or .-ores, are
all positive evidence of poisoned
blood. No matter how it became
poisoned it must be purified to avoid
death. Dr. Acker's English Blood
elixir has lievt T failed to remove scrof
ulons or syphilitic poisons. SoM
un ler positive guarantee by Budwell,
Christian & Barbee.
Representative Mills, of Texas, con-1
trj licts. a-report that he would not
again be a candidate tor congress.
He will probably be a candidate as
l< . g as the mills can grind out enough
votes to elect him.
Distressing Case and Happy fure*
?? "For a year 1 have had a breaking
??out on my leg, which troubled me
? so bad : could not walk, leg badly
'sweUed, of a purple color.with erup
"tions so bad that blood would ooze
"out of it if 1 bore my weight on it- I
"was recommended to try Clarke's
"Extract of Flax (Papillon)SkinCure,
"which I have done. My leg is now
"well and 1 can walk two miles on it
"without any trouble." Signed, "A*|
D. 11 award "
Clarkes Flax Soap makes the skin
soft and prevents chapping. Skin
Cure $1.00. So.ii> 25 cents. For sale
bv Johnson Jc Johnson, Drn^ists.
The Nashville American says that
Bob fngersol is "an agnostic; a skep
tie, a corked-up bottle on the world's
great sea, not knowing the sea's di
mensions and ignorant as to its own
Hood Advice, Showing Result.
Edward Silvey, Chicago, gives tes?
timony: ".My wife had Catarrh tweif
"tv-five years: suffered severely for
">ix years before she began to use
"your remedy. Unable to breathe
"except through the mouth: in a
"most critical condition. Tried every
?'thing without relief, when Dr.
"Streeter advised her to try Clarke's
"Extract of Flax (Papillonj Catarrh
"Cure. Relief.followed immediately.
I "She continued to use it until she is
i "now entirely cured. Her health has
I "nor been :>o good in many vears."
Price $1.00. Wash the baby with
Clarke's Flax Soap. 25 cents." John
son i Johnson, Druggists, now have
che Fiax remedies on band.
The wife of judge Brewer, the new?
ly-appointed associate justice of the
United States Supreme court, is a
Vermont lady. She was married to
Jn Ige Brewer in 1S01.
The transition from long, lingering
ind painful sickness to robust health
marks an epoch in the life of the in
lividual. Such a remarkable event
is treasured in the memory and the
agency whereby the good health bas |
been attained is gratefully blessed.
Rence it is that so much is heard in
praise of Electric Bitters. So many
feel they owe their restoration to
health, to the useof the Great Altern
itive and Tonic. If you are troubled
with any disease of kidneys, liver or
(stomach, of long <>r short standing,
j yon will surely find relief by use of
. Electric Hitter-. Sold ;'T 50c. and $1
, per bottle at Budwell & Christian's
_Blocks-of-Five Dudley said to a
j New York reporter: *T have the re?
putation of being a" honest man. and
try to merit that kind of esteem." It
is now in order to send Stanley in
search of a man who agrees with Dud
? " ? _'. '\-\'; "->5 . .. ... X "
In favor ol New Cryslallzcd
Lenses Over All Others.
FRgjj THE EX-GOVERNOR OF KL01UDA
Tallahassee, Fla., March 5, 1SSS.
Mr. A. K. Hawkes, Atlanta, Ga.?
Dear Sir: I have thoroughly tested
the glasses you fitted to my eyes some
time since, and have found them to
possess a softness of vision which sur
passess anything of the kind I have
ever used. Respectfully,
W. D. Bloxham.
tits .siviHT restored.
Mr. A. K. Hawkes: About a year
ago i procured my first pair ot glasses
Irom some dealer, but they strained
my eyes and caused them to ache. I
then bought a pair of your Crystallized
Lenses, and the effect has been wou
derful, a? a proof of which I do not use
any glasses now and see as we'll as ever.
F. E. Daniel, M. D.,
Editor Texas Medical Record.
fi-iTMr. II. L. Cason, practical
optician at the drug store of Charles
Lyle &Co. until December 22.1.
llaveteon a sufferer
:rca tuaors aad sores.
Ity caployer reesa
scuded =s to try tho
"A. B.C. Alterative."
I did ::, aid have beea
irei-restored. I believe it tobe as absoluta Blood
ri?rr. Ontitsde proapts this tcstiaoaioL
ALS22T MUB2A7, Biehaca?, Va.
For Lung Troubles.
For years I hare beea
a sufferer 6oa luag
trouble. Having hoard
c'.udji totrjit. It proved vor; btaeSclal; ayoough has
left sie; ay appetite is good;I aa gatniag flesh & streagth
S3. C. 2. EASTMAN, Slehacd, Va.
FOR HACKING COUGH.
A.B.C. Tcais i Expectorati
_eoapletely cured ae of Eeaer
;ae lusgs followed by ihaekiag cough.
WEM JOENSCIT, BlohasaS, Va.
on Blood and Skin DiKoaesfrce. Address
iH ? Ml CA L Q0.,l
For two years I had
rheumatism so bad that
It disabled me for w,.rlc
aud confined me to liv?
ing for a whole year,
during which lime 1
conld not ctub raise in v
hands to my head, ami
for 8 months could net
reduced in flesh from
'cdby beat physician:.,
only to grow worse.
Tinally I took Swift'a Specific, and soon bepan to
improve. After n while, was at my work, aud for the
van live months havo beon as well as I over was?a'J
from tho effects of Swift'a Specific.
Jan. S. 18S9. Ft. Wayne, lud
Hooks ou Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free.
tjav'^iay Swtrr Srscirio Co., Atlanta. Gn
m all nimm
OVER TWO "jlLf/lONS DISTRIBUDTED
Lei&rja $?\ ?:\m Company
Incorporate,' : > th? Legislature,
for educational and charitable pur?
poses, and its franchise made a part
>>t' the present state constitution in
1ST;? by an overwhelming populai
Its Grand Extraordinary Drawing*
take place seini-annually, (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 nt the
Academy of Music, New Orleans, I<n
" We do hercbi/ certify that we super
j eise the arrangement for all th>
monthly and semi-annual drawing*
\ of the Louisiana State Lottery Com
; pany, and in person manage and con?
trol the drawings themselves,and that
i the same are conducted with honest;/,
fairness, and in good faith toward all
' parties,and ineauthorizetherompany
, to ass this certificate, with fac similes
\of uur signatures attached, in its ad
We the undersigned Banks onrfj
Bankers will pay all prizes drawn
in the Louisiana ?tcle Lotteries which
may be jiresenled at our counters.
It. M.Walmsley,President Louisiana
Pierre Lanaux, President State Na
A. Baldwin. President New Orleans
Carl Kohn,President Union National
\t the Academy of Music. New Or
? cans, Tuesday, December 17th. lSiW
Capital Prize, $800,000.
100.000 Tickets at $40; Halves
$20;Quarters. $l<>: Eighths, fi; Twen
fifths, $2: Fortietbs %l.
list ok PRIZRS.
1 prize of $000.000 is.$600.001
1 prize of 200.000 is . 300.0001
1 prize of 100.000 is. 100,000
1 prize of 50,000 is. 50.001
2 prizes of 2",0<)(> are. 40,000
5 prizes of 10.000 are. 50 OCNi
10 prizes of 5.000 are. 50,(WO
25 prizes of 2.000 are. 50,000
100 prizes of S00 nre. ?0.000
200 prizes of GOO are. 120.001'
500 prizes of -100 are. 200.000
100 prizes of $1,000 are. f 100.00t
100 14 of 800 are. 80,000
100 " of 400 are. 40,00t
f.998 prizes of $200 are. 399,G0<'
t,144 prizes, amounting to....f 2,159,G(n
For club rates or any further
information desired, write legibly to
the undersigned, clearly stating youi
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 IT. A. DAUPHIN,
. Washington, D. C.
By ordinary letter containing money
order issued by all express companies.
New York exchange, draft or postal
Address RECISTEBEB LETTERS C0XTA1MNC CCKBENC1
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 court:
therefore, bsjrare 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 oilered for Ies6tha'n a dollar
is a swindle.
WILBUR S.POLE ^ CO
Collecting Agents and Manu?
All claims placed in our hands for
collection will receive prompt Rtten
tion. We are cminected with most ot
the foreign cnllectins associations aDd
merchants unions, which enables us to
collect accounts abroad as well as at
For further information call up'>n Oi
j ROANOKE, VA.
Offica Stewart buildiug, opposite
po-t.-fiice. d*c 8 6m
8. GRIFFIN. [ 3. ALLEN WATTS.
QRIFFIN & WATTS;
Roanoke, - - Virginia.
Office: Room No. 5, Kirk's building,
comer Salem avenue and Jefferson St.
MOTICE.?Notice is hereby given
that the undersigned has lost cer?
tificate No. 73 for 25 shares of the cap?
ital stock of the Roanoke Land and
Improvement Company, issued to '
Francis S. Stout, and dated the 7th of
November, ISS&and that the under?
signed is aboutvto mafce application
for a new certificate for 25 shares' of
the capital stock of the Roanoke Land
and Improvement Company in lieu
thereof. FRANCIS A. STOUT,
j 18 Wall street,
At a meeting of the council of the
city of Roanoke, held December 10th,
1881), the following ordinance was
He it ordained by the council of
the city of Roanoke, upon the pe?
tition of the Roanoke and Southern
Railway company, by it- president,
filed on this, 3rd, day oi Ueccmber,
1. That the sergeant and judges
election lor the said city of Roam ko
do open a poll at the several voting
precincts of said city, on Tuesday,
the 28th day <?t January, I8t>0, and
take the sense of the freehold voters
on the question, whether the said
council shall be authorized, in the
name of and for the use nf the city,
to cause tobe issued, /bonds i" an
amount nor exceeding one hundred
thousand dollars for the purpose ol
making a second and further sub
script ion to the capital stock ol the
Roanoke and Southern Railway com
2. The said election shall h
and theauthority to issue bonds and
make said subscription shall be upon
the following terms and conditions
I. The said conned may sub
for the stock of said company to the
amount of one" hundred thousand
dollars; provided, that in doing so
the aggregate debt ol the citj shall
not exceed ten per centum of the
assessed value of the property, real
and personal, within the citj limi
II. That the said compauy shall
within nin> ty days aft< r the
scriptum shall bo made, comini oce
construct its line nf road at its ter
minus in saiil city of Roam ke, oi
within on? mile of the city limit*
shall prosecute the same m . lama
tide manner with all reasona di i
gence to its complet ion.
III. The bonds of the citj ol 1.
uoke shall bear ii per cent, interest
and shall be reduciuable i" tbirfj
years, and ishall be issued ... liv
ered to a trustee, to be a.::
between the council of the i ? '
Roanoke and the president .1 tin
Roanoke ami Southern railway Tin
said trustee upon the certificate ? ?
the chief engineer of said railwaj ?
the completion of thegradinjji f sue!
and every mile ol said road fr
Roanoke city southward shall d< livei
to said railway the I? m. I - ol said cit\
to the amount of $5,000 and upoi
like certificate of' the engineer ioi
each and every mile ol s>aid r ?an
when the superstructure is compli ?
aud ready for operation, the -
trustee shall deliver to said railway
bonds to the amount ol ? , ei
mile until the entire sUuj ol
proviiled for in this ordinance slial
Upon the delivery ol - j ?
bonds of the said trustee '<
the railway compan;, the
company shall deliver to tbu -
trustee certificates 'd stock in sai<
railway to the full amount > l sain
IV. The subscription when u
by the city council shall be upon ih<
terms and conditions herein sei
and should the said company fail i<
omply with said terms ami
fions, then, and in that event, tlx
said subscription, at the opl
said City, shall be void.
8 The election shall I e In I
conducted in the manner i - ?
under section 1243 aud 12-11 ol the
of Virginia, und the question sti
luitted shall be deteriuii ed
the provisions ol section 130,
V. of the charter of said eil;
4. The sergeant shall cause a <
fied copy of this ordinance to be pub?
lished in the daily paper- of thi
and shall post a copy thereol ai e
of the voting place- f>r thirty i! y.?
previous to the day of eh etion.
GrEO. L HKNNK i T, '?
In obedience to the foregoing a
notice is hereby given thai the
will be opened at the s< v< ral voting
precincts of the city of Roanoke ai
TUESDAY, JAN. 28,1800
for a vote to be taken as specified in
said law. C. W. THOMAS,
Roanoke. December loth, 188'!).
dec 14 till jan2D _
SHSNANDOAH VALLEY R. h
HOLIDA 1 R?TE S
0 X E K A ii K
Excursion Tickets will be on sale
December 21st to 25th. iuclus ve. aud
December 30th to January 1st, inclu?
sive. Good to return on or before Jan?
uary 5th, 1890.
0. IIOWAIIii R0YER,
General Passenger Agent,
dec 17, 19, 21, 22, 24, 2'J and 31.
LOOK OUT BOYS.
We are ready to furnish you with the
best and finest drink in the city which
H. A. Smith, late ol the Palace hotei
can serve to you; you know it. Come
and see the only place where you can
get a Roanoke surprise.
H. 6EISMAI, Proprietor
201 SALEM AVE.. ROANOKE. VA
A strictly first-class macu,ne. F i.ly
warranted. Made from very '-.est r.\:l
terial, by skilled workmen, w.ti with
the best too's that have evi r been
I devised for the purpose. Warrauted
to do all that can be reasonably ex?
pected of the very best typewriter
extant. Capable of wriiinc 150
words per minute?or more?according
to the ability of the operator.
If there is no agent in your town,
address the manufacturers.
THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
Azents wanted. Parish, N. Y.
E. M. HENCKEL,
GKOCI RH 8,
A POSTAL CARD TO
W. E. KIR WAN'S
Corner Pratt nod Concord Streets, Baltimore, Md .
and lie will furnish you the ?Exact Cost of any article you may need and yoa
will save money. decl7-e >> w-Cm
Com er Jefferson and Campbell Streets*
C. B. STR?USE & CO..
ents for the Salem Improvement Co.
FOR TH EMOSTDESIRABLE LOT? IN THE OLD TOWN
COLLEGE STREET, OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE.
*ALEM. ------ VIRGINIA
; R F [Eft.
n S. r_.- ml
C M WEBBER.
Sherd! Ronuok- ( oiii.iv
CO AS i> D EXIT
FRIER, WEBBER & DEN IT,
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS,
alem, -????>.-- Virainhi
Sell and buy houses, lots and farms on commission. Bouses ecu ted an
?? . I Rf>lt:r?i? t?r?>mpllv m?fl* OH1. B?l->':i<-u 1 luv I fl n e*.
iCiS B. KEMP * CO,.
Reai Estate Agents,
Have jtisl placed on the market id:: Beautiful Lot? of the
HYDE PARK LAND COMPANY,
POR ERGM $250 TO $30 l'ER LOT.
Ai u?rtiis to ?uh ill purchasers?$30 ash; *>> anc? in month!) Instil Inn
i 310 per month. These are the moat beautiful and conveniently located Im
he city. Mi e also have
Very Desirable Houses
In nl' p-irt.- of the city on monthly papmeuts. Stop pay ins rent and come ?
ce iiiicl s?et a bargain.
Francis B. Kemp Sl Co.
WILLIAM M. NELSON. ----- E. A. PARSONS
NELSON & PARSONS,
real estate and insurance agents,
OFFICE, ROOM NO. 1. DUVAL HOUSE,
Have for sale the most desirable residence and business property in tin
oeautiful town of Sal.'in. Ascents for the Salem Improvement company. D<
not fail to <'.-iii and see us. Correspondence invited
I i; Levy
S1 Part be,
Uexry M. Daniel
Sec'y. & Treas.
j. F. Barbour,
OfTice in Citizen's Bark.
The construction of stores, ware
. uses, hotels and public buildings a
-peeially for cash or on lime when
* el i secured.
Persons desiring lo buy homes at
ow prices on monthly payments will
(iinl it lo their advantage to see us be
Rn ilroad Work,
or Excavating of Any Kind,
Either in Earth or Rock,
by tbe Yard or on
I now have a road machine espe?
cially adapted to grading new streets
and shaping of old ones. The work '
can be done neater and cheaper than |
by any other method.
P.O. BOX 20, - - ROAJSOKE.VA
WS 1 CHALMERS:
Still keep the largest
Ic Southwest Virginia.
They have just received a large
Lap Robes, Horse Co]
Breech Loading Gun
Miner's and Railroad Suj;
A Specialty. j
17 and 19 Second Street. Song
QR. T. W. CKOZIER,
>ffice oxter Lyle'a drug store, cor
ar?bia tfnrt" Onmittt
f unequalled burning quality,
FOR SALE BY
WHERE TO STOP.
THE CITY HOTEL. ,<
The Most Conveniently Located.
Booms Well Ventilated.
TABLE SET WITH THE B?ST THE
MARKET - AFFORDS.
J. 0. MANES..Proprietor.
DO YOU WANT ?
A CHEAP HOME?
Then Buy a lot of the 1 tna Land Company, located jus
-:ast ol Glade Spring, in five minutes ride 01 the city, on the
The cheapest land to be bought. Prices ranging from
$75 to ?200. Sole agents.
W. M. YAGER & CO.
?v 24 C
Pulaski City, Va.
Bluefield, W. Va.
The above houses offer superior accommodations to the
Travelling Public. Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
IF1 IR, IE ID. 33. FOSTER.
AN OBJECT LESSON
Teacher (who is a billiard enthusiast.)?"Now, then, what is a
Smart Boy?"A 'straight tip' is when
GRIN BERG & MORRIS,
proprietors of the 'Young America" Cl ii 1; I > 11 ?, t iv 111 ?? ir
Clottoj, Bats and Fnttbi Goods, aid Boils, M,
Trunks and Vaiices is lanrer and their prices lower than ever."'
In clothing we have really a fin* selection for men, youths and
boys. In hats the very latest styles, and as to our furnishing goods,
they need only to he seen to he appreciated. We hav* some specially
fine underwear selling at remarkably low figures. No trouble t^ show
GRINBERG & MORRIS.
EBEST FOR THE MONEY
YOUR MONEY'S WORT
Rather than -so called ''cheapness" is our rule,
and we ask that you call and we will prove this
to you by showing yon our line of Flannels in
Plaids, Stripes and Plain.
We would especially call your attention to
our line of new shades in
1 he best line of Blankets and comforts to b&
found in the city. Yours respectfully,
J. M. HARRIS,
NO. 17 SALEM AVENUE.
Tie Citizens Bait of Roaioiei
Salem Avenue, between Jefferson
and Henry Streets,
J. B. Levy, President. Late cashier
Commercial Bank, Roanoke, Va.
John Ott, Cashier. Late cashier
City Bank, Richmond, Va.
Accounts of banks, bankers, corpor?
ations, merchants, and individuals
solicited. Our facilities fordoing a!
general banking business are equal to
to any banking house in Virginia.
Collections a specialty and prompt
remittances made. Interest allowed
on time deposits_m!8-6m
HAY! HAY! WHEAT! WHEAT!
Fifty thousand bushels prjhjn? wheat.
Five thousand tons No. V ""N
timothy hay for sale. ?
P. B. SUBLETT\
CLEANING and REPAIRING
You will save money bringn
your dirty clothes to be cleaned ?
djed aud repaired to me. Char e
moderate. Work Gist class.
Corner Campbell and Henry street
W. D. MYERS & CO.
ERNEST AVENUE, S. W.
.have their cooper-shop in operation j
W)d are prepared to fnrnisb. flour_[
\rels, time barrels and apple barrelgM
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