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"* "~*~memte the name of ail we ha e in stock, but willsay ? _ n TT n T Tf| |
COME AND SEE US. ? THE PUBLIC.
I? what everybody is looking for. We hs re not the time nor space to enu?
merate the name of ail we ha e in stock, but will say
You can surely find every iiing that is kept in
A FIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE.
OUR PRICES WILL SUIT TC CJ. YOUR PATRONAGE
IS SOLICITED. RESPECTFULLY,
GEO. ALLEN. C. C. TOMP IINS. C. L. HATCHER.
ALLEN, TOMPKIH S & HATCHER,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
OFFICE?Main Street, Opposite Hi til Lucerne. SALEM, VIRGINIA.
AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF PROPERTY OF
WEST SALEM L;,ND COMP A MY,
Tho Salem Improvement Co., and all c her Salem Land Companies. Prop?
erty in all parts of the city.^ Also, Farm Mineral and Coal Lands.
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN
louncing to the public that we are
receiving daily our
[ ? Correspondence Solicited
Importers and Wholesale
-SUCH AS A FINE LINE OF?
We make u specialty in mourning
aoods.800 pieces of Dress Ginghams
from (! cents upwards. We have a
splendid Hue ofTowells, Napkins
and Tal.!-, lines. t>nr
S ICH AS HANDKERCHIEFS, LA
dies und Children's Hose.cannot be
surpassed in Roanoke.
W HM JUST RECEIVE!
Operone thousand pieces of Swiss am
Hamburg Edgings, llouncings ii
black and white.
Do Not Make up a.iy More
Underwear when you can buy then
at 29 cents and 59 cents apiece ii
srowns as well as skirts.
k o 3 Jefferson Sti set, Gale Block.
Have in store and for sale 50 barrels Che
barrels celebrated Glenwood whiskey of
Larson's choice old velvet and Wilso
numerous to mention. Imported and d?
of the celebrated brands in wood and;
just received. Can furnish anything i i
Special Attention Paid to Order
end See Us.
er whiskey, our own distillation, 50
which we are sole proprietors, also
? , and other brands of whiskey too
mestic brandies, gins, wines, &c, all
,ass 50. cases Mumm's ciiampagnes
>ur line at lowest figures.
from Dry Districts. Come
Try one of our Kabo Corset:
as they are guaranteed for twelv
We Are the Agents for th(
Foster Kid Gloves, the best on th
Ve Keep a Full Line, o
Headed Capes as low as $2.00 j
In Fact You Can Find Any?
thing that is kept in a first-class dr
;oods house at the lowest prices
u r 0 C E R,
Corner Jefferson and Campbell Streets,;
IX "STOCK large, complete and fresh Everyt)iing: Hat is kept by a first
class grocorymau can be found at our sl< -e.
C A L L A N D S E Ii M E.
1 BA'C H'RACH
0? WANT TO MAKE i GOOD 1TO
CALL ON C' ADDRESS
122 SALEM AVKNUE
Real Estate Brokers. Oiiice, Moomaw
O. HARD AWAY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(Late of the Martinsville Bar.)
Courts: Roanoke and adjoininj
'9 ounties. Office No. 303 Swv??* 0i
ock, Jefferson Street. P. O. Eos 324 1 homasBuilding, o , ...
Tazewell County, Va.
Sale of Town LoTtf began
A fifty thousand HOTEL under con acr.
Pine Stone HANK and POSTOFFIC 3 BUILDING under contract,
a large munber of ST( ?RES and DM ELL1NGS under contract.
a k' ?LLING MILL under contract.
Coal mines three miles away and iron mines two miles.
Clinch V illey Coal and Iren Company,
Y'HICH OWNS THE TOWN SITE,
Offers $200,000 to industrial Enterprises to locate at Richlands.
flu" T PTO POSITIVELY
Ur LiUlu LIMITED TO
ASH?m!ilf! ffi :u"?'im,is r5ach?d H10 C< mpany wiU Uouble the Pric? of its regaining 'ots, making an immediate
ciem tna tor lots in tbe bands of first pui chasers.
road^andh^h^u? ?+n,-he ?n.necti,!S ?k between the Norfolk and Western and Louisville and Nashville Rail
<iV ?/? t*_>direc* ?ne of cheap Ala >ania Irons coming North to market.
TheCdeomS???^^ 1 >Wn ^ V18U??J5 a *ood ^PP1^ of wacer forthe town Pood drainage,
i... Jana < omprised n tin- town site is i most level and little or no grading ha: to be done
i ne proximity of tho Ore and Fuel and the large cash inducements offered nsure the success of tho town.
Over $240,000 Worth of Town Lots Have Been Sold.
RICHLANDS is located in a beautiful large valley and is the most favoraAle situation for an industrial town |
between Radford and Middleboro.
CS^For maps of town and pa?tieulars, apply to
apl 2 mo
C. GRAHAM, AGENT,
HIGHLANDS, Tazewell County., Va
New Cash Store,
NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET,
Will show this week the newest
i hings in
SILK DRAPERY NETS,
Farille Silks, in all shndes.
\Tew Woolen Fabrics in Hand
>omoRol>e Patterns very cheap.
Plain M"serials in all \\\ ; r>p
ular fabrics t?nd shakos.
Van Dyke Passementeries in
Ladies will lind our stock of the
highest order and not surpassed by
Mail orders promptly attended to
HEIBONIMUS & BRTJGH
110 Commerce Street,
W ill he given to the nearest guessei
A the number of beans contained in a
bottle now on exhibition at our store.
To receive a pair of pants valued at
r ) receive a hat valued at
Persons purchasing to the amount
^ >.' SI of more is entitled to a guess.
Deans to be counted
onjthe first day of
110 SOUTH JEFFERSON STREET
I OST.?ON SALEM A VEN CE,TW( ?
L Negotiaide notes of $300 each.sign
?dbyj. A. Fishburn and endorsed
ii byJuniusB. Fishburne payable
t? the First National Bank of Roan
ike, Va. Said notes were dated on
Di about April 24th, 1800, due in one
iftd two years from date.
tuyl4 tf. Waller P. Huff.
J>,R. ,T. T. HILL,
Physician and Surgeon,
O.'fers his professional services to the
dv.izens of Roanoke.
Office overBudwell and Christian's.
Entrance No. G Salem (First) avenue.
?OFFICE HOD RS?
3 to 10 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 4.30
;>. m.,7.30 to 10 p. m._sep24Gm
? ?. obiffin. 1 J. allen watts.
, GRIFFIN & WATTS;
Roanoko, .... Virginia.
Office: Room No. 5, Kirk's building,
comer Salem avenue and Jefferson St.
:p H. S. MORRISON.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office Room No. 1, Thomas Build
n;?, Court House Square, Roanoke,
Va. All business promptly attended to
ipHOMAS W. MILLER,
Office?No. 10 Kirk building, over
Johnson & Johnson's Drug Store.
O. B. MOOMAW, i JNO. W. WOODS,
Uotetourt county. | Roanoke county.
aOOMAW & WOODS,
?Vil practice in the courts of Roanoke
city and county and counties adjoining. Will
sttbnd the courts of Roanoke and Botetourt
'gularly. Office?Salem Avcnne, opposite
thwart's Furniture Store, Roanoke. Va
jj' L. WOOD, D. D. S., DENTIST,
Smith's new Building, Salem avenuo,
References?Prof. J?*. H. Harris,
Baltimore, Md.; Dr. Chas. L. Steele
Pichmond, Va.; Dr. Leigh Buckner,
J W. HARTWELL,
Attorney and I'ounselor-at-Iaw,
Office, Room 4, Moomaw Building,
Jafferson street, Roanoke city, Va.
Will practice at Salem and in the ad?
joining counties, United States DiB-l
tiici and Circuit Courts and Court of
Appeals. Special attention given to[
Kairos for collection. marl5-ly
A DAY'S DOINGS.
WHAT WAS PICKED UP BY
THE TIMES' REPORTERS.
ROANOKE'S GOSSIP CONDENSED
MnrrlHK? nt, (he linptUt Church.
Cblldren'a Dnj- nt the Blcttiodlntl
Church-Rev. M'. C. Campbell to be|
AHHiNtcd nuriiiRr the Nummer.
Mr. J. P. Gearing.of the White Sul-j
>hur Springs, is. in thecity.
Detective W. G. Baldwin, left yet
terday for Alabama ou business.
Mr. W. II. Felix and wife paid a
short visit to Uuena Vista yesterday.
A bright-eyed baby girl arrived at
:he residence of Mr. Gustaf Mottiger
Mr. (). V. Kmvc, of Washington, con?
nected witli the Phonograph Lom
pany, is bere.
Captain E. S. Moorman, of Lynch
burg, was here yesterday looking
alter business interests.
.J udge George W. Richardson and
Mr. 11. C. Jones, of Marion, are in the
city looking after real estate.
Mr. H. P. Woodson, an extensive
contractor of Lynchburg, is in the
city stopping at the Hotel Felix.
Mr. Samuel Kinnier, who has been
confined to his home for some time
past, was on the streets yesterday.
Mr. R. <'. Groves, formerly proprie?
tor of a restaurant in this eity, is
here seeing friends.
The fine three-story building of Mr.
A. S. Asberry on Third avenue, oppo?
site; the postolllce, has been sold for
The curbage receipts at the city
market yesterday amounted to $3.10.
twenty-live wagons, contributing to
Wurk was commenced yesterday at
the baseball park. The fence grand
stand and position of the diamond is
Mr. Marcus Black and Miss Ellie
Morgan, were married at the Rapt ist
church Tuesday night, Rev. Dr.
W. P. Lipscombc, esq., of West
Point, Va , lias accepted a position
with the real estate linn of Messrs.
Tanner, Vaiden & Co.
The wile and children of Rev. J. H.
Boyd, pastor of Greene Memorial M.
E. ('lunch, will leave to-day for Lou
don county, where they will spend the
T. N. Williams, a noted criminal
lawyer, of Lynch burg, was iu the city
y ssterday to assist the prosecution in
the case of the commonwealth VS Miss
Two ten-wheel engines from the
Baldwin Locomotive Works at Phila?
delphia, Pa., for the Savannah and
Western railroad, of Georgia, passed
tlirough the city yesterday.
Mr. .1. 11. Stoner.of Natural Bridge,
If visiting the city. He informed a
reporter that an English syndicate
was negotiating for the purchase of a
hit; interest in the Glasgow Land
The Roanoke Light infantry Com?
pany has elected Dr. \l. Gordon Sim?
mons as surgeon ol the company. The
Second Virginia Regiment has also
appointed him a member of Colonel
fast house, No 2, at ths furnace,
which was blown down by the storm
some weeks ago, is being rebuilt by
the Bridge Company, and the substan?
tiality ol the structure will nodoubt,
resist the force of the storms.
President of the Bridgewater Car
riage Factory P. S. Miller.left yester
d iv evening tor his former home in
Bridgewater. When he returns he
will be accompanied by his family,
w ho will make their home in this city.
Children's day will be celebrated at
the Methodist church, South, next
Sunday evening at 3 o'clock. The
exercises will consist of songs and
responsive readings by the children,
a id addresses by the pastor and su?
Two convicts, attired in peniten?
tiary garb, passed through the city
yesterday. One was from Russell
County and the other from Tazewell.
Both have been working in the south?
western portion of tin-State, and were
on their return to Richmond to get
Rev. W. C. Campbell will be assist?
ed in his pastorial labors here during
the summer by Mr. Churchill Chris?
tian, a student of the Union Theolog?
ical Seminary at Hampdeu Sidney.
Mr. Churchill will hold regular ser?
vices at Vinton, Bethany Chapel and
3uch other places as he may be called
u ion to fill.
Charles (Hey was arraigned yester?
day before Justice Howerton, for
striking Pen Hubbard with a rock on
Saturday night last. The defendant
was not ready for trial and the case
was continued till Friday next at 10
O'clock. The witnesses were recog
o:/.ed in the sum of $100 to be present.
The Home Fire Insurance Associa?
tion, of Roanoke and Botetourt coun?
ties will hold the regular annual
meeting at the hall near Ilollins, on
Saturday, the 17th of May, at 10
o'clock a. m. All stockholders and
il.eir families invited.
The trustees of the Roanoke Sem
irary as located in the Lewis Addi?
tion will meet in the Young Men's
Doristian Association rooms on Salem
avenue on Tuesday next, May 20, at
1( a. m. The members of the board
are especially urged to attend, as im?
portant business looking to the plans,
specifications, &c, of a.suitable build
it g will be submitted for approval
and other steps taken to the improve?
ment of the property. The Methodist
Episcopal Church, having taken a
lively interest in the enterprise, will
push the work as fast as possible.
Remarkable, yet true. A. B. C.
Alterative has cured blood dis?
eases after physicians failed
The Burdock Plant is one of the
b?st diuretics or kidney regulators in
the vegetable world, and the com?
pound known as Burdock Blood Bit?
ters is unsurpassed in all diseases of
the kiduevs, liver and blood.
IN meeting of the Roanoke Rolling
Mill Co. is called at Hotel Roanoke,
Roanoke, Va., at 12 o'clock m. June
All stockholders are requested to be
present in person or by proxy.
S. P. HAUPT,
[HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELFj
L as a candidate for Councilman for j
the First Ward.'
C. A. MOOMAW.
OR MONTHLY SICKNESS
If TfcttEN DUR\HG CHANGEi Of, VYSJ1?
3kADF/?L0 REGULATOR CO. ATZ/ATASA,
SPECIAL Ii OCA Ii NOTICE?.
_)ur special line of nobby suits and
tr mser8 for warrnweatherare now in.
\\ e can boast of having the best as
<c rtment; best lifting, ?nest and most, j
si ,-liah goods in the city. ?
oiyl-tf Joseph Cohn.
Latest styles Straw Hats, at E.
G jetz's, 21 ?aleui avenue.' ap30-tf
Marshall's Cafe?Tho popular re
si rt, furnishes a first-class dinner
d lily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents. ap5-tf
?Plaster 3'our house with Marble
I- ock lime, best on the market. Ifyou
d m't believe it, call on Carner & Co.,
s de agents. Remember they are tho
c leapest saeh, door and blind mauufac
t irere in the city. Satisfaction guarau
t ;ed. t
For stylish straw hats, see Ellis
1 ros., Clothiers. ap30-tf
Another invoice of Youman's bats
l iceived at Joseph Cohn's, the Salem
t venue clothier. myl-tf
For colds, croup, asthma, bronchi
1 a and sore throat use Dr. Thomas'
1 electric Oil. and get the best.
Flannel sliirts, silk shirts, silk belts
i l abundance, at Joseph Cohn's, I he
1 alem avenue clothier. myl-tf
We have in stock about 75 pairs ol
1 lack worsted pants, all sizes, from
1 roken suits. Not a pair worth lese
I.hah $7. We are determined to get
lid of them. Yon can take your
i hoice for $4.90. It will pay to see
liese gootls; all sizes.
The James Mceiu's ?3 Shoe, at E.
'ioetz's, 21 Salem avenue. ap30-tf
Uiyl-tf JOSKPHCoux, Clothier.
For ladies'and gent's Tender Feel
I'thoes, go to E. (ioetz, 21 Salem
Buy j our cooking stoves from M.H.
callings & Co.. near murkct house
dem avenue. j
We will make a special run on $1(
nd ^l".' suits for the next three days
f you are in need of a lirst class busi
?ess suit now is the time to buy and
ave from &2 to $3.
myl-tf Joseph Cohx, Clothier.
Latest styles Straw Hats, at E.
ioetz's, 21 Salem avenue. apSO-tf
For lire insurance call at lUeoUict
?j the Roanoke Trust, *joan and S d't
)cposit Co. dec28-tf
The James Meem's *?'?'> Shoe, at E
ioetz.s, '.m Salem avenue. ap30-tf
For ladies' and gent's Tender Feel
hoes, go to E. Goetz's, 21 Saleu
To get a perfect Utting suit ol cus
om-madc clothes, just leave vom
>rder at Joseph Cohn';', the Salen
.venue clothier. You will be sure t<
rot it. myl-tf
Stoves! stoves! stoves! cheaper
hau ever at M. II. Jennings & Co..
alem avenue, Dear market house.
Our $10 black cheviot suits can't 'n
lought elsewhere for less than $12.50
low is that-.'?at Cohn's, of course.
x\rtists material at Picken's.
A strictly first-class macuice. Fu.lj
warranted. Made from very '???e.-t ma
trial, by skilled workmen, and will
he bast tools that have ever r,cet
cvised for the purpose. Warrantee
0 do all that can be reasonably ex
ectod of the very l>*bt lypewrilei
xlant. Capable of writia? L5(
/ords per minute?or more?according
o the ability of tbe operator.
If there is no agcut in your town.
1 .'ldress the manufacturers.
THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
Agents wanted. Parish, N. Y.
1 o 9tf
l TRUSTEE'S SALE.
By virtue of a deed of trust, made
?yMelvin Persinger and Rachael, hit
rife, dated the 25th of January, ly?tf.
; nd recorded in deed book 16, page
35, of the clerk's ollice of the Hust
ngs Court for the city of Roanoke.
'a., conveying certain real estate
herein described, to secure to Mrs.
.ia Bachrach the payment of a cer
tun sum of money, as mentioned in
iid deed, and default having been
lade in the payment of the said sum
0 the amount of $159.15, as of this
ate, I shall, as trustee, at the re?
uest of the said Ida Bachrach, on
' Llie 20 tli Day of May,
?i'.iO, at 3 p. nr., proceed to sell at pub?
ic auction, on the premises, all the
] roperty conveyed in said deed, to
- -it: That certain lot or parcel ol
1 ind lying and being in the city ol
j oauoke, Va., bounded and described
1 s follows : Beginning at a point on
1 le north side of the old Lyncnburg
j nd Salem turnpike, thence a nortfi
( rly direction 20 feet to a point, t hence
; westerly course 2G feet to a point,
1 uencc a southerly course 23f feet to a
] oint on said turnpike, thence an
1 asterly course with said turnpike to
? he beginning, it being a portion of
? lie same lot of land conveyed to
feorge Persinger by Benj. Colvin,
: ?d lot or parcel of land lies between
be lands of George Persinger on the
< ast and Benj. Colvin on the we6t.
TERMS?Cash as to .$109.15 and the
esidue upon credits to be made
. nown at the day of sale.
R?BT. E. SCOTT,
?RE EVIDENCE That the blood is
?wrong, and that natitre is endeav?
oring to throw off the impurities.
Not/iing is so beneficial in assisting
nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S.)
Jt is a simple vegetable compound. Js
harmless to the most delicate child, yet
it forces the poison to the surface and
eliminates it from the blood.
I contracted a severe case of blood poison
that unfitted me for business for four years. A
few bottles of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) cured
me. J. C. Jones, City Marshal,
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
free, Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
feb 25 ly
lt. w. ha.nsbrouoh.
SAM. G. WILLIAMS.
ANSBROUGH & WILLIAMS,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
\ )om No. 11, - Moomaw Building,
Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va.
5 dl practice in the Hustings court of
h a city of Roanoke, Court of Ap
(i\s of Virginia and United States
i trict courts. mar25-tf
" ilarshaU's Cafe?For a full course
i.iner served in A 1 style daily from
to 8 for 50 cents. ap5-tf
CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND, AT
mar33-tf GROCERY", 148 SALEM AVENUE.
J. F. FIELDING.
WHOLESALE ?.35D Rill All, DEALERS IN
GRAIN, FLO!'!?, FI-ED, HAY, SALT,
LIME AND CEMENT.
403 Jefferson Street,_Roanoke, Va*
BIS STONE GAP, VA.
MAY 29, 1890.
And to Continue During the Week.
SALE Of THE
Louisville ? Nashville Railroad
BUSINESS AND SWITCH PROPERTY.
?aa i a The last and most \ vi nable of all tracts of business Ms
tUU LOlSs rema.ininS unsold- Magnificent Union Passenger De
? ? A "boom" town, an advertised town, dependent
I RIQ |Q nfll for prosperity up >n one industry or one line o> pro*
1 BISO lU HUI jeded line of railroad, or owned or controlled by
one Land or Improvement Company.
The site for a MIGHTY CI FY, the junction of four powerful
railroads, and of four others projected, the center of the richest
Mineral, Coal, Marble, and Timber district in America. Con?
trolled by EIGHT Land and Impro\ ement Companies with millions of
dollars of capital, representing the 1 :st known Financiers, Capitalists,
and public men in the United States, ill sections of which is interested.
( Send for a list of their names, 1
Iprc&inft'fWsYi In minerals, limestone, railroads,
SHIIliiiillOSSl enterprise, and outlook for future
(Which is saying much.) greatness.
HfiS0 ffl RifEI18S1flThCll!l Iu cokinS coal, fine iron
Um iU Oll!l8Sll&SSClB9i and steel producing ores,
(Which ia saying more./ building stone and marble,
timber, water, and water power, clh; ate, scenery, as a manufacturing
point, and in geographical location.
Under Contract or infraction, s?
the largest coke phut in the world, t ie " Montezuma " and two other
magnificent hotels. Water Works, two dummy lines of Street Railway,
Belt Railroad, Telephone and Electric Light System. Theatre, Bank and
Business Blocks, Union Depot, Planing Mill, Sash, Door and Blind,
and Wagon Manufactory, Tannery, a: d many minor enterprises.
Controls the sale of the Louisville & Nashville property. Sale, May 29th,
and to continue during the week. Lo's bought at this sale will be amaz?
ingly advanced in value on the completion of the Louisville & Nashville,
Norfolk & Western, and East Tennessee, Virginia & Georgia Railroads
early in September.
Send for maps of the city, and printed matter of interest.
Route to Big Stone is via j.j^ j7<. SlWCITH,
Bristol, Ten a. a nd ttoS. vice President Fayette lftnd 00(> ?
0. & A. R. R. now com- ma airoljIIi QAP> vAi
H, SILVERTHORiNl, -
IMPORTER AND REPAIRER OF
OUR REPAIRING ^EPABT??EMT
o in charge of the very lineal workman :hat canbe had. and we guarantee
d"> work which cannot be duplicated u the city. Send your watcher to
-A>~L> GET FIRST CLASS WORK
L. B. HUFE - - manager
ESTABLISHED IN ROANOKF 1ss2
mm ?s] t art bazaar
?r-CARRIES THE LARG r.ST, FIXEST A>'D
MOST ARTISTIC STOCK IN THE CITY,
Our repairing department is u to the highest mark and all
kindsof fine V ork in
and Jewelry, Alse
-?ENGRAVING DONE C Sf THE PREMISES.
ARTISTS' MATJRIAL SOLD
29 SALEM AVENUE, ! OANOKE, VIRGINIA.
IN FRONT OF PAS! ENGER DEPOT
LH JtlU I ?L
ROAUOKE. - - _VI RG iR38?.U
Commercial Tourists Herne,
and Headquarters for those desirii: ; Firot-Class Accommodations.
Large Sasplo Rooms.___,~ " Hie Bar ittscii
S. A. VICK, Proprietor, Vfember A. T. B. A.
ONE TO FIVE DOLLARS.
CUT RATES ON ?AILROAD TIC* ET BOUGHT OF ME TO ALL
- ?The desire can be gratified by Iccomming a me mberof th1_
OLD DOMINION BUILDING AND LO/J ASSOCIATION
OF RICHMOND, VIRf jINXA
Shares can be obtained from Walter E idvreU, r brner Jefferson street and
Salem avenue; J-W. Shields, FirstRational Bank, orW. M.Chatham
Special a prent.
OFFICE, 100 Jefferson Street, with W. M. Yag? .r and Co
W.S.' H N. PARTEE, II L CI1I1 KS
President. Vice Prefix ;Di. y &^ '
n,, . , , ,.
OFFICE: IN CITIZE? fs, EANK RtnLDING,
Roanoke, - - - - Virginia.
MAKES AND NEGOTIATES FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENTS.