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For Lung Troubles.
a arJercr fron lnag
_ BfA. 8.:. Toaioleca
:i: I a= jaiaiss flea? i stroarta
vs. b. a rA^ra.'A''" S;*as?i V
. <?. .:.on Blood and Skin DUtatesfrce. Addn **
:v;:!-i-m^.- uu.a, Mi\-h.,
: .'.???'?..^^...K; VG?-ut>: I now
: ? ; fSf?fSwrite to let von
..;:La-.v^:V\ know that I luv
i^. i.m,u- von
hey have done for nie. I have been
rxmbled with dyspepsia for rears. I
commenced the use of your Burdock
Blood Bittersand they have brought
me out all right. The use ol three
bottles conferred the great benefit,
for which 1 te<d profoundly grateful
1 will never he without ir."
anl '1 IY WM. H DELKER.
GRAY'S SPECIFII KEOICXXK.
1 !lADZ MARX The < i reat TRADE MARK
f.-.-, 2? edy. An un
<! jaw failing cu va
%. >&' '"r Seminal
' ts? rhea, luipo
BH8RE TAKiS?.teuev? ;i!|dA?TC3 TASWS.
all diseases that follow as a sequence
of Self-Abuse; as loss of memory, Uni?
versal Lassitude,paininthe back.dim
ness of vision, premature old age, and
nany other diseases thai lead to iu
nity or consumption and a preema
i^r?" Pull particulars in our pamphlet,
which we desire to send free by mail
to every one. ISTThe Specific Medi?
cine is sold by all druggists at $1 per
package, or s;x packages for ?5, or
will be sent free by mail on the receipt
of the monev, by addressing
THE GRAY" MEDICINE CO.,
Buffalo, N. Y.
On account of counterfeits, we have
adopted the fellow Wrapper; the only
Sold in Roanoke, Va., by Bndwell,
Christian & Burbee. janl4d ly
\v ft S 5 * s, r* & rj**\ j
BRADFiao regulator no. atiant%
COtO3f'ML OSUBStSTS. W1
j.;:; Ii 1
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Winter is coming and everybody
should pn pare foi ii.
P?caliontas lump Coal
rs o v
CHE i? A3 THE CHEAPEST
CHURCB AND ROANOKE STS.,
TELEPHONE NO. 70
nov 10 6ra
?TB E i) A .WILL E^ I
NURSERY ana GREEN HOUSE I
W. T. Sutherlin, President.
Geo. S. Sartin, Gen'l Manager.
We are prepared to furnish any and
nil kind - of fruit, shade and ornamen?
tal trees, plants, vines, etc., in an>
quantity. Fine lot of roses and bed?
ding plant-, and anything in the the
nursery line. Write us before buying.
Catalogue sent free. Goood agents)
wanted. GEO. S. SARTIN,
apll-lm Secretary and Manager.
For this qnarter and
for month of April are now diu
and payable at COMPANY'S ollice.
Gas bills, if paid before the 10th
instant, a discount of liij per cent,
NO DISCOUNT on bills paid after
the 10th instant.
Failure to receive a bill does not en?
title consumer to the discount.
Lime for Fertilizing and Disinfect
in.:, a,i-o Gas Tar for sah1.
Applications for extensions, iin
provements, taps, purchases and all
other matters relating to Gas or
Water should be made to
Ja C. Rawn,
ROANOKE GAvS AND WATER CO
No. 11 Third Avenue, Southwest
"VTOTICF1. ? PERSONS NOT IN
JLl tending to take passn'-'e oa trtiins depart
inprfrom Roanoke Passenger Station, or no
flceonipanvfntr those w(io<lo. orto meet person
arriving on incoming trains, will please kee
away from the station entirely. Loiteringo
the platform and In The waiting rooms will no
bo tolerated. The congregating of crowds a
the station at any time is a prcat annoyance to
the traveling public, interferes trreatly with
the proper handling of the company's business,
and must be stopped. . ,
s It ishopedihat this request Will be heeded
by all persons not having business there, and
the necessity of enforcing the order by police
authority avoided, j^jjes c. CASSELL,
Supt. Lrachbtuy Division,
JOHN A. HARDY,
Supt- Rndford Division N.jkul W. R. R.
anager N. oaty
Offer for sale, at auction,
1,000 Business and
Prom its additions to the city of Bris?
Bristol is situated on the State line,
between Va. and Tenn., at the junc?
tion of the Norfolk and Western and
East Tenn; Va. ami Ga. railroads; is
the eastern terminus of the South At |
lanticand Ohio R. R., extending from
Bristol into the coal Heids, and con?
necting with tlie L. ami N. R. R . at
Big Stone Gap, and is the western
terminus of the Bristol, KM/, and N?.
Car. U. K.. now building into the rich
ores of Doe Mountain and Bonne's |
creek, in Johnson county, Teno.
Bristol is not a "Paper" eitj : it has
a population oi about 12,000 live, en-1
ergetic people, is rapidly growing and
is destined tobe one of the largest
manufacturing cit ies of the South. I:
lies within 8 hours of inexhaustible
coking and domestic coals, the rich?
est iron ore in the I'. S., and immense
bodies of virgin timber, allot which
reach Bristol via tie- S. A. ami 0. and
Its ad vantages of transportation and
near:ies< to markets, its elevation,
(nearly 1700 feet) delightful climate,
ami its solid basis m mineral wealth
ami timber, preseid inducements foi
investments rarely met with. During
the past year, over $1,000,000 have
The Bristol Iron o. Steel Co . (owned
l>y Pennsylvania iron men) has com?
menced the construction, on the Com?
pany's lands, of the largest furnace
plant in the South.
Wait for this saie. Go to it. and take
advantage of an opportunity to in?
vest where returns must be large
and quick Ample hotel accommo?
dations. Don't miss this
Grand Land Sale.
For particulars apply to
P. W. HTJTPEKOPER. Prea dent.
P. 11. WEXTWORTH, Jr., S c'y A:
Treas. GH>, 14th .St . Wash., D.
H. W. LATES. Vice Presidi ui
A few of the many who have iu \ est< d
and are interested m the development
of Bristol arc :
Wtu. P. Clyde, Ex. Nortou. F. i).
Carley, John 11. luman, F. W Huide
.k^pcr. Ii. S. Ciurk. Ge?rgeS. Scott, 11.
C. Fahuestock, Gen. T. M. Logau, W.
Oakmau, an others, of New Yurb
City; Cordley & Co., Nath. Thayer;
Chas. L. .lames. E. B. Abbott, E. A.
Adams, Lewis B. tiusseil, Benj, Dean,
F. S.& E. C. Sherburne, Lee, Higgin
son & Co.. A. C'?thane ?.v. Co.. Jackson
& Curtis. D. A.Gregg, Viles & Smith,
and many others of Boston. Mass.: O.
W, Northcross, Worcester, Mass.;
Win. McGeorge, dr., Chas. II. Scott.
Justice Cox, Jr.. Abraham S. Patter?
son, Win l>. Jones, Sam'! Dickson.
Geo. Buruham. W. 11. Trotter. Wro.
H. Bennett, E iward Eastburu. David
Jenkins, Va. Investment Co., and oth?
ers of Philadelphia, Pa : II. C. Mc
Dowe?.J. W. Gaulb? rt, St. John Boyle*
and others of Keutuckv; A. M. Shook,
X. Baxter. Jr.. Nashville, Teuu.; Co!.
Jdm C. llaskeii. Columbia, S C: Jos.
Bryan. W. It. Meredith. John I.. Wil?
liams & Son, W. 0. Skeltou, L. B.
Tatum, Allison & Addison. II. L
Cabell, W. II. Flouruoy. R. G. Cabell,
Jr.. and others, Richmond. \ a : .1. P.
Ilison, Danville, Va : Gen. R. A
Ayrcs. H. W. Bates, Jo*. L. KV.lv, aud
many others of Va.
rayS to IC.
BOARDERS CAN ?;-: ACCOMMO
dated at RorerPark Hotel. Nicely
furnished rooms. Large grounds.
Table set with the best the market
affords. :>IKS. CRAWFORD.
mar37-tf Proprietor* >ss.
WANTED?T'?Vu ULI.l ABLE EN
?? ergetic agents, salary from start,
or pommlssion for local nianl devoting
part time. L. i'. THURSTON S CU ,
Empire Nurseries, Rochester, N. Y.
ARK Tili; SiCN V, RITER, COR
ner Third avenue and First street
N. w. marO-tf
THE STRONGEST FINANCIAL |
Institution in Southwest Virginia
The Roanoke Trust, Loan and Safe
Deposit company. Capital and sur?
plus, *l$:2.0nu. Pays interest on de?
Foil SALE?One six-room home with all the
necessary conveniences. Lot 10x130. Only
I three minutes walk from the lloanoko Ma?
chine Works, and in one of the best sections of
the city. Ki :nta readily for twenty dollars per
aiontii. Easy terms. Address,Business, drawer
13,Boanokc. Va. myStf.
A strictly tirst-cia-s macmnc. Fudy
warranted. Made from very best ma?
terial, by skilled workmen, and with
the best tools that have ever been
devised for the purpose. Warrantor]
to do Jill that can be reasonably ex?
pected of the very best typewriter
exiaut. Capable of writing 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.,
Agents wanted. Parish, N. Y.
Johnson & Johnson, Druggists,
Roandkoi Va, to my 12
BARN?M & BAILEY'S
PDMTO1!1 CUnnJ I iM h'A DTU
blMtel oiiUW ull IMIH.
SMKE KIRAljFSf'S NERO.
OIL THE DESTRUCTION OF ROME
the mos": magnificent entertainment evek organized
CAPITAL INVESTED, $3,500,OCO
DAILY BNPENSES, 7.800
P OwtH-N ( P- T. BARNUM
,,M ? [ .T. A. BAILEY.
Till' A i'i'I AN W \Y IX NERO'S TIME
Mj 1 ?-vir L" '' ?
Now oiFered to th? Uiierican Public
Precisely : lie uae as it was presented in i'.:ir<i;> ?. where it amazed, astounded
and delighted the entire Koyn! Family of Great Britain, the
peer:ige,el?rgy. press and :? -ople. Enthusiastically
endorsed by Princes and Potentates.
1,2 10 PERFUK1IER3. 3 ) I TKKPiSCUOKRiX A RTISTS.
Ten! .1.");) I'cct Long. '. Colossal St ige 131? Feel Long.
iUlCUS, '1 hive ft IIv equipped circus compiihi three rings;
1 MENAGERIES, Filled with tiitr rarest/and finest specimens of wild beasts,
birds and mammals, all properlyjciassiiied;
DLYMPIA IlIBPi DROME, Thrilling a.id exciting Knees, Contests aud
Gladiator! d Diap a_\s.
TORSE FAIL. Li separa im::, with -positively 400 first premium horses,
ELEVATED STAGES, For t!;:i exhibition of Wood >rful Olympian (Limes.
ivORLD'S FA ill. Embracing Myriads of Novel lies nud Attractions.
so circus Acts. 20 clowns. 2 herds of elephants.
?j droves OF camels. 50 dens OF wild beasts.
Positively 300 Circus Performers.
TI?: appian way t>l nero's time.
-. ."~~ : ' Tr~"'TX
- - / 11^
AUiIeiio names, Apaflc Spts, Artl Feats,
Trained Animals, Talking Seals.
japanese troupes, DAX- inc girls and
Beside numberless and co'uullesa rea'ures -if an extraordinary kind aud c!ur?
acter.aii cew,grand, complete, mystifyin : -.'.'.id bewildering, and never sc-en before
To got her with the Grand Historical Spectacle
ii J .. - E . : relit MmI h *i> 1) u U. ; j. 'V^ 9
OR, THE DESTRUCTION OF ROME,
Produced under the immediate personal supervision of the ajthnr. Pre
- sen ted on the largest-stagein the world, with 1,200 people in the
cast, besides liprses, elephants and triumphal chariots
A Grand &&mt Qlva'tilssment.
Roman Combats, Circus Maximus, Chariot Races, Birbariana, Slaves, Prijsts,
Sacred Ceremonies, Religious Fetes, Bacchanalian Orgies, Christian
Martyrs. Soldiers, Senators, Vestal Virgins, Mimic Battles, Famed
Expert Dancers, and a thousand grand effects of Scenery, f'os
tunics and Accessories, Eunuchs, Lictora, Conspirators, -Em
b tss idors, Spies, II??.??;tigjs, Civilians. Citiz? ns. Sacrificial
Offerings. Ancient Armor, $75,000 in Scenery,
$250,000 in Costumes.
THE APPIAN WAY IN NERO'S TIME
rHOUPE OFElMtATEP F;l/>>!AN rjcAPvS"
; p. in. Dft^rs open an Hourcarllcr.
Admmission to Everything, 75 Cents.
Ghildr cn under Nine \ears, ?50 Cents.
Great Free Street Parade,
With all the new features, in the mnrnin^intil $5 are paid. Then a non-assesf
material of the costumes used in Nero, thJ?edford City. Incomparably the t
, , ,. t, ...(Randolph Macon College Academj
? j^-As an acenmmoda'ion to the publ^popu^^^ now- Fifteen plug tobac
Budwell. Christian & Bar bee's drug store factories now and seven new manufa
numbered seals can be purchased at the n For those who want a safe invest
(he usual slight advance, on the day of exjvuTne of the nroTf?rtv is worfh nrore
Glieap Excursions on All loads.
my 7, 9, li* 14,10&lSSffl4
?The desire can be gratified by becomming a member of the?
OLD DOMINION BUILDING AND LOAM ASSOCIATION
OF RICHMOND, VIRGINIA.
Shares can be obtained from Waiter Budwell, corner Jefferson street and
Salem avenue; J. W. Shields, First National Bank, orW. M. Chatham
OFFICE, I0? Jefferson Street, with W. tl. Yager and Co.
IN FlLON'l OF PASSKNOEH DEPOT i
ROAMOKP, -_- - VBRGINI?.I?
< Con inter aal Tourists Home,
. and Headquarters |.?r those desirin r Fir^t-Class Accommodations
o ans \wm Rjoms, m Bar Attuul
? S. A. VICK, Proprietor, Member A. T. B. A.
I ONE TO FIV E DOLLARS.
;CCT BATES ON ''AI LKOAD TICKK i' BOUGHT OP ME TO ALL
MEN'S SUITS FEM $5 TO 125.
ROYS' SUITS FROM $3 TO $
CHILDREN'S SUITS FROM $2 TO $10
MEN'S, BOYS', YOUTH'S,!
IN ALL STYLES
SATIMSED A HWu
Furnishing Department Complete
Wrigfht Block Jefferson Street.
I R. GREEN E&CO.
BUT F E Y & 6 ? E E N E,
?HAVE OPENED UP THEIR IMMENSE
And will be pleased to have the public
conic and examine it.
If GSTPRICES AT TU E BOTTOM OF THE SA ."??8
Pulaski City, Va.
Bluefield, W. Va.
The above houses offer superior accommodations to the
Travelling Fublic. Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
FBBD. E. FOSTER,
W. A. PEDItiO & CO.,
Correspondence Solicited. an25-3m.
J. K. ADAMS, 103 Railroad Avenue,
Whiskies, Brandies, Beer on Ice, Cigars and Tobacco,
Meals at all hours for 2? cents, deviled crabs, clams and frogs. Nicely |
fund bed dining and sitting rooms. ap26-8m
H. CHIPMAN. T. ?. MASSIE. W. L. ANDREWS
CHIPMAN, MASSIE & CO.,
,s=aB .'. ESTATE.'. AGEN
109 SALEM AVENUE, ROANOKE, YA.
City aud Country property, Mineral'and Coal Lands sold. Houses aud Stores
rented and Collections made.
Branch Office-Salem, Va., corner College avenue and Main street.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICED. mar27t
J.S.HENDERSON. H. R. KIPPS, J.M.JORDAN.
Henderson, Kipps & Gordon,
CARNEGIE CITY, VA.,
Foimeyrly Big Spring Depot. Agents for the Pittsburgh Development
Ooarpany and all the desirable properly io the city. Come and ?Se ns. In
ftrrniatTbn clrcwfnny ftrmtslied fey mall. apl2-lm
ESTABLISHED IN ROANOKE 1882
wm mm & m mm
-CABBIES THE LARGEST, FIXEST AND?
MOST ARTISTIC STOCK IN Till-, CITY,
Our repairing departments up to the highest mark and all
kinds of fine Work in
Watches and Jewelry, Also Artistic
-ENGRAVING DONE ON THE PREMISES,,
ARTISTS' MATERIAL SOLD.
29 SALEM AVKNVE. RO.WOKE, VIRGINIA.
H, SI LVERTHORN,
IMPORTER AND REPAIRER OF
b in charge of the very ?nest workmen that can be bad. and wt- guarantee
o <io work which cannot be duplicated in the city. Send your watches to
-AND GET FIRST CLASS WORK
L B, HUFF ? - Manager
WM. M. NELSON,
Real Estate &Insurance Agt.
-AND AGENT FOR
The Salem Improvement Company.
-ALSO AGENT FOR
THE WEST END LAND COMPANY
and West Salem Land Company.
Salem, Roanoke County, Virginia,
janlOmaylO OFFICE IN DU VA L HOUSE ROOM NO. \
Have Just Placed on the Market the 13eauriful
Lots of the
MA ID CUB LAND COMBS
FOR FROM $75 to $200 per lot at lernis'to suit ail purchasers, $30 io 550
cash, balance m monthly installments at $10 per month. This is desira! b p
petty aud very cheap. We have
improved a fid Unimproved.
PROPERTY in all parts of the city on MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Stop
paying reut and come at once and get bargain* which will do you good.
W. M. YAGER & CO.
nov 24 6m
M. A. RIFE, Prest. B. L. GREIDER. See. & Tr<a
Rife's HydranliG Bwfn ManDfactnnns Cupy
RIFE'S HYDRAULIC ENGINE, OR RAM
GOOD AG EN TS WANTED
Office No. 3 Second avenue, S. W. Opposite Masonic Tempi??.
RUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION"
Is a fact which is proven every day, ami was never more conclusively verified
than in l!m history of
RAPID, BUT SURE,
Hus ever been tbemotto of bei owu aud her adopted sous who have established
her as the
Great Industrialand Commercial Center of
The New South.
Whose fountain head is SOUTH WEST VIRGINIA. All eyes arc looking
to Roanoke as afieid for iuvestment, and there is not a better io be found. No
man has ever yet lost money by investing in Roanoke Herd Estate; Jt
1NVARIBLY PAYS LARGE PROFITS. We have any kind of properly you
want?Dwelling Rroperty, Business Blocks. Residence or Business Lotf, Earnva,
etc., on the easiest terms. Desirable Residence Property on tr.sy installments
a specialty. It will pay you to call on or write us for information. Tcamu
always ready to show you auy part of the city.
DYER & WIMFIELD,
BEAI. ESTATE AGESTS, ROOM S, SOOMAW BlILODG, JEFFEI1S0X STBF.P.T
P. O. BOX 321.
w. S.1 h
II. L. CHILES.
Sec'y & Tr
OFFICE: IN CITIZENS' BANK BUILDING,
Roanoke, - " "
MAKES AND NEGOTIATES FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENTS.
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