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HlE KOAJtfOKE TIMES.
(DAILY AND WEEKLY)
f. Independent Democratic pape ?
^evoted to the material and political
Mfterests of Roanoke and Southwes;
Dally. ?ne year. S^O0
fe Dally, six months. 3.0 >
Da?y, three months. l?5->
Daily, one month. 51
SATURDAY MORNING. MAY 17.
In order to secure change of adver
t^-isements copy should be sent in no:
Inter than 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
Persons not gettiDg their paper
promptly will confer a favor by notify?
ing the business office at once of the
neglect of carriers.
for the exhibition of the
MINERALS, MANUFACTURES 6:
of the state of virginia,
TO BEHELD AT ROANOKE, YA..
september ANn october, 1S92.
CAPITAL STOCK, $500,000, IN
SHARES OF $100 EACH.
a permanent exposition, to BE
about clean streets.
The attention of the health depart?
ment has more than once been called
to the condition of the streets, bu.
nothiog has been done toward? patting
them in better order. Now, however
just on the eve of au election, perhaps
an appeal will be listened to by tin
Something should certainly be done
For nearly the entire length of Salem
avenue, stretches a chain of mud-pud?
dles. Every time it rains they are re?
filled and staud festering in the SU!
with the winds blowing their fetii.
breath up and down the principal thor?
oughfare of the city. They are an eye
Bore to the pedestrians and a source o."
continual trouble to the owners of ve
hides who have occasion to stop atau*
of the bu^ness houses.
The expenditure of a lew hundred
dollars would remove the cause atd
the business men who sutler should set
that it is done, for their own comfor;
as well as for that of their customers
The summer is now upon us, and the.
health of the city's inhabitants ehoult
be earefully looked after by the officer'
entrusted with this important work
There are also a number of swamp}
places in various parts of the town
which should be drained.
It is an old saw that "a new broon
sweeps cleau.'' It is to be hoped tha:
the city officers elected on Thursda}
will see that the streets are kept it
live ?1EX wanted.
No one will deny the value of nat?
ural ocJrautageo, Dut tue uew towns
springing up in this section ."hould not
lose 6ight of the fact that something
else is required to make a city.
"Without men to push them, natura
advantages amount to little more that
uothing. There are but few towns
without them, but a "great many ai?
without the men. A good story wat
to'.d yesterday and it illustrates the
truth of the above.
UI remember,''said ageutlcman."
that Gen. Tii?mas, the Pennsylvania
Croesus, ooce sought iutroduction tc
Dr. H. M. Caldwell, president of the
Elyton Land Company. After the en?
counter, he said, 'Doctor. I was deter?
mined to see the mau who made Bir?
mingham what she is.' The doctor
modestly disdained the compliment,
and added: Why, General you kuow
that Birmingham had wonderful natural
advantages.' Then Gen. Thomas
abruptly, and a little profanely, re?
torted: "Oh, d?n naiural advant?
ages! It is live meu who make towns
A beautiful legend.
After .Stonewall Jackson's death,
at Cbance'dorsville, a story became
current in the Confederate army which
tho soldiers loved to repeat over their
bivouac tires?that, on account of his
extreme 'piety, wheu their famous
chieftain fell, a /letachrnent of angels
left the heavenly gates to visit the
battlefield and escort the hero's sou'
into Paradise. The celestial squadron
searched the close strewn plain, but
without effect. He whom they sought
could not be found, and they returned
mournfully to ^heaven to report their
want of success. But lo ! on arriving,
thoy found the spirit of the immortal
warrior there already. Stonewall
Jackson had ^maue a llank^marek and
got to Heaven before them.
What an immense power is money I
Yesterday afternoou the employes of
Roanoke's great industries received
their monthly salaries. Not less than
$1U0,000 was placed in circulation and
tho 8tree.s were crowded with people.
Tho stores did a rushing bu6iuess and
every one seemed to be happier than
usual. It makes a man feel bettor to
have a roll of bills in his pocket. It
doesthim good to spend it and it carries
happiness and cheerfulness iuto the
home, the church aud the store. How
much pleasanter it would all be, how
much more worth living would life
seem, if every day was pay day.
Cornell College haB decided to
abolish its school of journalism. The
trustees are right. A newspaper man
it the result of experience and all the
colleges in the world couldn't make
one without it.
General Mahone and General
Loncjstbeet will both attend the
stairJe unveiling fit Richmond.
? or this quarter and
for month of x\pi;il are now due
and payable at COMPANY'S office.
Gas bills, if paid before the 10th
instant, a discount of 12-i 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 Fertiii2?k and Disinfect?
ing, also Gas Tar formale.
Applications for avteusions, im?
provements, taps, purchases and all
other matters relating to Gas or
Water should be made to
Jk G. Rawn,
R0AN0KE GAS ANt WATER CO
No. 11 Third Avenue, Southwest
MI I CHALMERS,
Still keep the largest
In Southwest Virginia.
They have just received a large sppuly
Lap Robes, Horse Covers
Breech Loading Guns,
Miner's and Railroad Supplie
17 and 19 Second Street, southwest,
GRAY & BOS WELL
HEAL ESTATE AGENTS.
Improved and unimproved properly for
sal? in all parts of the city.
RENTING A SPECIALTY
the only agents in the cltv
that Handle Exclusively Prop?
erty Inside of the Corporation,
and are Agents for the Exchang?
Building and Investment Company.
Y'our patronage respectfuliy solicited.
No. 114 Jefferson street, Koanoke, Ya.
j. b ? hock ad ay,
Eoanoke City, Ya.
105 First St., S. ^
First National Bank Building.
myll-Um _ _
KE STREE1 mil i
Dummy leaves every l our from cor?
ner Jetier3on street and Norfolk ave
aue. On and after Sunday, December
L 1S39, the fare will be as follows :
City limits. 5 cents; Yimon 10 cents.
Tickets can be purchased at reduced
:ates by applying to the conductor or
it the office of the Comnany (Didie:
Duilding). J. F. CHRISTIAN,
jan4-tf fidirl Manager
CLEANING and REPAIRING
Y'ou will save money by bringing
four dirty clothe:: to be cleaned or
lyed and repaired to me. Charges
nodcrate. Work first class.
Corner Campbeil end Henry streets
FlOanoks. Va. tf
"E. H STEWART '& CO
?Carry a beautiful line of?
ANTIQUE OAK DINING
A full stock of everything in the
fT u r n i t u r e Line
;an be found at their mammoth store
routing on Saleui avenue and Camp
or Excavating of A: Kind,
Either in Earth or Rock,
by the Yard or on
I now have a road machine espe
;ially adapted to grading new streets
i,nd shaping of old ones. The work
:an be done neater and cheaper than
>y any other method.
f. -P. O BOX 20, ROANOKE, VA.
AN ACCOUNT OF BAD HEALTH,
J I will close out my business to any
>n? wishing to purchase at lirst cost,
ess 10 per cent, for cash, or two
birds cash, balance thirty, sixty
md ninety days, less 5 per cent., the
>est stand in Roauoke for dry ?ood ,
rroceries and whiskey business, and
vill rent the house for one or live
?eas. For further information call at
his office. myl4 tf.
PEE STRONGEST FINANCIAL
I Institution in Southwest Virginia
The Roanoke Trust, Loan and"Safe
)eposit company. Capital and sur
>lue, $182,000. Pays interest on de
HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF
I . as a candidate for Councilman for
i he First Ward.
! _ C. A. MOOMAW.
i TAVE YOUR DINING ROOM CELL
( 1 ing nicely decorated in ei ther oil
j >r water colors. Caw can do it.
IMPORTER REPAIREK OF
OUR REPAIRING DEPARTMENT
is in charge of the very finest workn ea that can be had, and we guarantee
ot do work which cannot be duplicai e* in the city. Send your watches to
_AND GET FIRS l' CLASS WORK
TESTAE! SHED IN ROAN OK E 1882.
HffifS JEWEL11Y & IT BAZAAli
_CARRIES TEE LARGEST, FINEST AND
MOST AIITISTIC STOCK IN THE CITY,
Our repairing department is up to the highest mark and a 1
kinds of fin<: YVork in
Watches and Jewelry, Also Artistic
-ENGRAVING DON 5 ON THE PREMIS3
ARTISTS' MATERIAL SOLI).
tf 29 SALEM AVENUE- ROANOKE, VIRGINIA.
Vice 1 resident.
11. 1.. CHILLS,
Sec'y & Tr
OFFICE: IN CITIZJ INS' DANK BUILDING,
MAKES AND NEGOTIATES HRST-CLASS INVESTMENTS.
IN FRONT OF PASSENGER DEPOT |
ROANOKE, - ?_^_. VIRC.NIA.,
1 Commercial Tourists Home,
~l and Headquarters for those des i iug FiK-t-Class Accommodations. m
o Large Sample Rooms. Flue Bar AttacM M
S. A. VICK, Proprietor, Member A. T. 13. A.
ONE TO FIA E DOLLARS.
RATES ON ?AILROAD TICKET BOUGHT OF ME TO ALL
??? i m up njM^iMwiwnLn
ii j ii mil iiiiimiymiiwiri
?The desire can be gratified yy beconiming a member of the
OLD DOMINION BUILDIi AKD LOAN ASSOCIATION
OF I' 'C D, VIRGINIA.
Shares can be obtained from Waltir Hud well, corner Jefferson street an 1
Salem avenue; J. W. Shields, Fi : t National Bank, orW. II. Chatham
OFFICE, 10? Jefferson Street, with A ' M. Yager and Co.
NURSERYand CREEN HOUSE.
W. T. Sutherlin, President.
Geo. S. Sartin, Gen'l Manager
We are prepared to furnish anyan<
all kinds of fruit, shade and ornamen
tal trees, plants, vines, etc., in an:
quantity. Fine lot of roses and bed
ding plants, and anything in the th<
nursery line. Write us before buying
Catalogue sent free. Goood airent
wanted. GEO. S. SARTIN,
apll-3m Secretary and Manager
Beautiful Suburban Lot;;
HS! I BROS.,
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE
and dealers in all kiuds of
COOKING and HEATING STOVES
Plumbing nnd Gas-Fitting, RooGcf
Spouting and Jobbing.
19 Salem Avenue, ROANOKE, VA
WILBUR S. POLS SCO
Satisfaction on all
WRITE FOR CATALOGUE,
dec 8 6m
Woodland Heights, Va.
The Southside Land and Improve?
ment Company will offer at publij
auction, at 12 m., on
MAY 20. 1S00,
a LIMITED NUMBER OF :LOTS IN
WOODLAND HEIGHTS, which ad?
joins the city of Manchester, Va., and
, opposite the citv of Richmond,
j This PROPERTY is admirably lo?
cated on a high plateau on the Jame ?
river above, and overlooking !>otl:
i cities, the view of which presents
j most pleasing and beautiful picturo
to the spectator.
The lots are high and well drained
i and will soon be reached by a first
j :lass electric railway, now being con
i structed, which will run Through thi?
rties of Richmond and Manchester
I and the whole length of Woodlanc
Heights to Forest Hill, the most pic
:uresque and attractive park in this
These lots are 31x148 feet, fronting
>n wide avenues and running back t(
Immense sums of money have beer
nade by parties buying lots in various
iarts of Virginia, where cities are yei
o"be built and exist only in imagina
ion, whereas these lots are in sigh!
of upwards of 100,000 people, with
:heir numerous manufactories already
The Southside Land and Improve
uent Company therefore does nol
resitate to recommend them as agoocl
solid investment, with amostinagnifi
:ent speculative value.
Terms : One-fourth cash ; balance
n one, two, and three years' time.
For maps and further information,
John C. Robertson,
Sale conducted by A. J. Bradlet
i'c Co., Mancbester, Va., rnyl7to24.
OFFICES FOR RENT,
ROOMS FOR RENT.
Offices and Rooms for rent in the
Jity Hotel Building, which has recently
>een converted into an office buildiDg.
BEST LOCATION IN CITY.
vlauagement intend putting a passenger
dflvntor in the building.
Electric lights aud gas in all rooms.
Tor terms, apply to
L. L. Foweii & Co.,
TARR THE SIGN WRITER, COl?
V ner Third avenue and First street
N. W. maf6-tf
j VT OT ICE.?A STOCKHOLDERS'
.Jl meeting of the Roanoke Rolling
I MiU Co. is called at Hotel Roanoke,
i ioanoke, Va., at 12 o'clock m. June
All stockholders are requested to be
present in person or by pros v.
S. B. HA?PT.
PUTT? TP* Weakness ofBodywid BEcdrSJoctl
'<J *J ?A/Ai of Errors or ?x<icry.ii;ji Ol J or Ywrajr.
lobiiit, Kobl? UXBO0O rul'r IIa? I? Fnlum- and
I tirn(rth. n w?Mk,l:Sw:vhiii?K.i w..:: :\t i; i s of nonY.
. ixi.wj ?WiPbn uOMk Tns/.r.vr.M?lindem in.* d*/.
I Im t??Ur/ from ?J SUin* Trrri! >rl?, md I ?rflpilouotr!?.
on em write Uiftn. Boclr,-ftillc\pr.i^?liAr: Uh] g'-Cof.MtflgdJ
i?M) tnt. Aiidrco r [ME .vrflESi CO., BUr FAIQ. K. f.
Mitchall's Kidney Plasters
Absorb all disease in thc^Kidneys and
restore them to o healthy condition.
Old chronic kidney 8offerers eay
they got no relief until they tried
, _ PLASTERS.
3ojdby Droggista everywhere, or ?ent by mail for 50a
Ntereltr Floater WorkSs LTrwell, Hoeifi
muh U tf
FINE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS PROPERTY,
IN ANY APRT OF ROANOKE. CALL C OR ADDRESS.
L. L. POWELL & CO M? A N Y
Roanok i. Va. Orifice, Stewart Building, Tilinj Avenue. Opposite City Postoffice;
ANNOUNCEMENT CA LIDS.
rfTOTlfE^VOTERS OF ROANOK!
I hereby announce myself a Candida
for re-election to the ollice of Cora
missioner of the Revenue. 1 take thi
opportunity of thanking my friend
for the confidence reposed in me am
ask a continuance of their support.
apr!)-may22 * C. M. TURNER.
mo THE VOTERS OF THE C1T'
1 OF ROANOKE.
1 hereby announce myself aeandi
date for City Treasurer. Election i
be held Thursday, May 22nd, 180
Earnestly soliciting your support,
am most respectfully,
npr9-may22 C. W. THOMAS.
ff? TUE VOTERS OF TUE CIT1
1 OF ROANOKE.
I take tbis method of announcins
myself a candidate for tlie office o
mayor of tbis city, and respectful);
ask your support! If elected 1 prom
ise a faithful and efficient discharge
of the duties of the ollice.
apr'.i EVERETT PERKINS.
rpo THE VOTERS OF ROANOKI
[hereby announce myself a candi
dale for the ollice of constable at tl
elect ion to be held on Thursday. Alii.
22nd, lS'.iu. Promising to serve yoi
to the l>est of my ability if elected,
respectfully solicit yoursupport.
_jy.r!)_ M. D. MOSS.
rpO THE VOTERS OF THE CIT*
1 OF ROANOKE.
1 rake tbis method of announcinj
myself a candidate for the treasurer
ship of the city, and most respectfull;
ask your favorable support for tl
position. Election 22 May L890,
aplo-tf SAM E S. SlIAI'ER.
TO THE V( >TERS OF THE CIT!
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for the ollice of sergeant, am
respectfully ask your support at tl
election t<? be held May 22ml. Ai
experience of nearly four years :
deputy sergeant of tnis city has mac
me familiar with its duties. It 1 an
elected I pledge myself to faithful!
discharge ruy duty as an officer.
aplO-tf J. B. TRAYNHAM.
rro THE VOTERS OF THE CIT!
1 OF ROANOKE.
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for city sergeant; election to hi
held Thursday. May 22nd, ISO-]
Earnestly soliciting your support,
am most respectfully,
_ aplTtonr.'.' E. C. WELSH.
-TO THE VOTERS OF ROANOKE
1 hereby announce myself a candi
date for The ollice of city sergeant (?
Roanoke and respectfully ask the sup
port of my friends and the voters (
the city. If elected I will discharg
the duties of the oflice faithfully am
to the best of my ability.
apl7-tf A M.I ON ES.
F< d: C() M M O N W E A LT H" S ATT< H:
I respectfully announce myself ;
candidate for re-election to the offic'
of Commonwealth's Attorney for tfc'
City of Roanoke, pledging myself, i;
the event of election for the ensuin:
term, to a continued impartial an
faithful discbarge of the duties of tin
ollice. ROY B. SMITH.
JOE CLERK OF COURT.
Having served for the unexpire
term of my predecessor, 1 respectfull \
announce myself a candidate for eleu
tion of clerk of the Corporation Com
for the ensuing term. If elected
pledge a faithful and diligent pe*
formance of the duties of the offiee.
apl3tomy22 S. S. BROOKE.
TO MV FELLOW CITIZENS 0:
1 ROANOKE CITY.
I hereby announce myself a cand
date for commonwealth's attorney fc
the city of Roanoke, at the ensuin.
May election, and respectfully solici'
your support. Respectfully,
ap20tom22 THOS. M. WOOD
T HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSEK?
I a candidate for constable of the cit*
of Roanoke, and respectfully solic'i
the support of my friends in tht
municipal election. Having for
number of vears held a similar pos:
tion in another part of the State, 1
feel qualified to perform the duties
of the ollice, and if elected shall en?
deavor to do so without partiality oi
malice to anyone. Respectfully,
_THOMAS R. G ILM ORE
jolt CITY SERGEANT.
I hereby announce myself a candi?
date for the oflice of city sergeant, and
respectfully solicit the support of th j
voters of Roanoke. If elected 1 will
try to discharge the duties of th.;
oflice honestly and faithfully, Elec?
tion, Thursdav, Mav 22.
aplO-tf ANDREW L. PITZER.
TO THE VOTERS OF THE CITY
I hereby announce, myself a candi?
date for the ollice of mayor of thi i
e-ity, and very respectfully ask you ?
support at the coming election, Thurs?
day, May 22, 1800. and if elected will
promise a faithful discharge oi' the
duties devolved upon me.
pl5-2tde E. G. HA1SLIP.
T~0~TRE VOTERS OF ROANOKE.
I hereby announce myself a candi?
date for city sergeant, and solicit,
your support for the same. Promis
ing if elected to discharge the duties
of the office faithfully and impartially
ap27-tf_J. A. PAGE.
At the request of a large number oi'
voters of Roanoke, I hereby announce
myself a candidate for the office o.
mayor, at the election to be held May
>o. J WM. G.EVANS.
|0 THE VOTERS OF FIRST WARE
At thereqest of numerous voters, 1
wnounce myself a candidate for th<
office of Councilman for the First
Ward, and respectfully solicit your
,Umy7rtf EDMUND DIDIER.
AT THE REQUEST OF A NUM
A ber of voters, I hereby announce
myself a candidate for the position o.
councilman of the First Ward, at th(
election to be held on May 22d.
J. H. SKINKER.
171 R E E.?STENOGRAPHY ANT
^ typewriting free. First-class facil?
ities and best of teachers. Addrese
with stamp for return postage.
THE PARLSH MFG. CO.,
no9tf Pfiffen, N. T.
NORFOLK & WESTERN RAIL
Schedule in effect May 11th, 18LH
10:05 a in. Daily; arrive Bristol 4.00
p m. Stops at all sta?
tions, connecting at Bad
ford with trains on New
River Branch; arriving l'o
cahontas at 3:35 p m.
5:45 pm? Daily, arrives Radford 7.20
p. in., connecting vitn
New River branch at .':o.'?
p. in., for Bluefield am
Pocahontas; arrives P< ca
hontas 10:55 p. in. Arrive.1!
Bristol 11:20 p. m., con
necting with E. T., V. L
G. R. R. for all pointi
south and west: ha
Pullman Palace Sleej er.
Roanoke to Rome, ?ria
Calera and Roanoke to
Memphis without change
7:53 ji in. Daily, arrive Radford 9:15
a m, connecting with I
River Branch, leaving
Radford 12:10 p.m., arrive.
Bristol 12.40pm., connect!
with E. T.j V. ?: G. R. R
for all points south am
west; has Pullman Palaci
Sleeper from Roanoke to
New Orleans without
5:25 a in. Daily; for Lynchbnig, Pe
tersburg, Richmond, (yii
Petersburg andR.& P. I<
R.,) Norfolk and interme?
diate points; (!onnect: at
Lynchburg with V. M. R.
R. ior Washington and the
east, leaving Lynchb irg
7:40 a m daily. Arrives
Norfolk 2.00 p m conni et
ing with steamer line i to
Baltimore and New York
7:20 ii m. Daily; for Lynch burg and
10:10 a in. Daily; arrives Lynehbur .
11 :?")!) a m,connecting w it
V. M. R. R. for all points
north, arriving Washi.it
ton 7:05 p in; arriver, iv
tersburg -bi'o p n> ; orrivci
Richmond, vi* r,'& ]>. r
R., 5:ii5 p !n; arrives! or
folk 7.0'; p m;
Cripple Creek Extension?Leavei
Pulaski 8:15 a m. Daily except Su
day, and :J:0u j, Ju. Daily, arrive Iv u
hoe 0:45 a m and4:30 p m. Return n
leave Iyanhoe 10:25 a m. Daily exc -v
Sunday, and 5:25 p m. Dailv, aniv
Pulaski 11:55 a m and 6:30 p m.
All inquiries as to rate-, routes, e c.
W. B. Bkvill,
ften'1 Pass, and Ticket Ag( nt.
CHAS. <t. EDDY, vice-president.'
_General Offices; Roanoke.
SHENANDOAH VALLEY Bi L
3. F. Ttlkb, Receiver.
Schedule in effect February 0, 18' 0.",
arrivk at roanoke.
5*00 p. m- Daily?Memphis Express
fromHagerstown and :hv
north. Through Pulll a.
Bleeping c.ars from J ev
York and Philadelphia t i
Chattanooga and M> il
phis via Harrisburg, J!a
gerstown and [.Roanoke
7.40 a. m. Daily? New Orleans ex
press from New York
Philadelphia and Bi lti
more, making connect .01
through to the sot th
Carries through Pulln ai
palace buffet sleeping :&
from Philadelphia to > ev
Orleans without change
via Harrisburg, Hag. rs
town, Roanoke, Cleve
land, Calera, and L. & N.
6.00a.m. Daily?Baltimore expies
from all points south t'oi
Washington, BaltiiiK re
Harrisburg, Philadelp lia
and New York. Car?
ries Pullman pal ice
h?lfet sleeping car from
New Orleans to Philac el
phia without change, via
L. & N. R. R., Calera,
Cleveland, Roanoke, Ha?
gerstown and Harrisbn rg
7,05 p. m. Daily?New York end
from Memphis, Ch it
tanooga and all
points south. For Phil?
adelphia and New Yo:-k,
carries Pullman Pah.ee
bullet sleeping cars
through to Pbiladelplda
and New York via R:?a
noke, Hagerstown a ad
Ticket agents will furnish all inf ir
mation and through schedules upon
O. HOWARD ROY ER.
G. P. & T. Agent. Roanoke. Va
1.000 CITY LOTS FOR SALE
G LAD COMPANY.
Oflcrs for sale, by subscription, fo a limited time, one thousand coed
avenge lots on its property, embra-ing 000 acres, near the thriving City nf
?? c|<hburg, Virginia, with its 30,000 ii habitants, and numerous manufacturing
establishments uow in prosperous opinion.
Two hundred and fifty thousand d. liars cash from sale of stock, which v?-iil
&ll be m hand by the first of Septembe next, is pleged towards ti.e improve?
ment ot the lands and fostering manu acturing establishments on the property.
PLAN OF SALE.
The lot3 are in process of being la
the 1st July next with number, block :
al $200, of which $50 cash mnst accom
rosidi :ice is entered and a numbered rc
; ownership of lots will be determined b
rest rves each alternate fifty feet, or d-:
ol lots as thoae sold.
Of these 1,000 lots, one-fourth of
feet deep; three-fourths are single lots
d off, regularly, and will be conipiefcd by
nd section. They are sold to subscribers
iany subscription, when tb( name oud
;eipt given, specifying the contract. The
' an impartial drawing. The company
ible lot, thus retaining a similar character
hem are double lots, 50 feet front, 125
25 feet front, 125 feer deep.
On a <!.;;. named, of which each so
; in advance, ticket numbered from one
' leposited in another box. containing tl
it i spresents, uniform with same ind
; laid off. Tlirse tickets will be drawn <
; corded at the time. A given number i
ecetptheld lixes the ownership.
When thus determined the com],
ranty of title at any time wanted, bnt
to close the transaction by taking a dc
three eeperate negotiable notes lor fift
eighteen mouths after date, with six p
i secure i by a trust deed on the proper)
j deed. If not thus closed by the 1st of
I forfeited as liquidated damages to the
scriber will he notified by muil ten days
up, to correspond with number of tickets
i number, bloc!: and ::ivisi<v: c.f err!; lot
:atious on the urhnen ms*; n - . lion
at in succession frora each box uun re
raws a certain lot, and that number ou
n3* wi!.- execute a deed with general war
he holder of purchase receipt is required
(1 by th e 1st August, 1800, and executing
dollars each, payable six, twelve and
r cent, interest, which notes are to he
/ conveyed contemporaneous with the
August, 1890, the cash payment shall he
Benefits <:f this Plan,
, of an average character, including cor
rf drawing a double lut and the privilege
ites given for deferred payments, by ihe
c2 for lots situated as these are, con
he subscribers to these have the gun ranty
etained. of same character and c'.imen
ortberwise, duriug the next year for less
privilege or paying for them in the stock
J, F. WlNGFIELD
..AGENT, ROANOKE, VA.,
Merchandise,Wood, Lumbe t
Farms, Town Lots,
Stores, Mineral ano!
TIMBER LANDS. ;
ET143 SALEM AVE. P. O. Box SO
To The Public.
I am now prepared to furnish in
any quantity "Picket Wire Fence." I
manufacture my own goods and am
sell as low as anybody. A full supply
kept on hand. I also keep dressed
picket for yards. Orders receive
prompt attention. My office is corner
Park and London streets, on dummy
line; P. O. Box 252. Awaiting ycur
orders, I am respectfully,
MONEY TO LOAN ON TIME, AND
payments to suit borrower. People's P -r
Detual Loan and Bonding Association, of Roi n
ike Va. A. 7.. K?lner, president; M. C. fhomiis.
vico president; W. F. Winch, secretary a id
treasurer. Room 1, Masonic Temple, Campt ill
street Paid up shares, S-W each. Installnic-it
shares $1 per month. Borrowers can at a ly
time secure a loan and ?x their own limit of
the period for repayment.
As a ?avings oank this institution offers sjo
clal inducements. Installment shares may ue
iubscribed for at any time. Interest is allow ed
on moneys placed with the association.
This association is doing a successful du m
aess paying semi-annual din lends, and i i a
ileairnblo Investment for capital. apl-tl.
BO ADDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO
dated at No. 41?, Second street
i S. W. S1?1*
The ]>rice is low, the lots valuabh
ner lots. There is one chance in four
is tjiven at any time, to discharge the
Paid up stock of company.
Aside from the extraordinary low p:
tiguous tc a large and prosperous city,
of the company that the alternate lots
sions, shall he sold at public auction c
than $200, without participating iu th
of the company.
To those not familiar with the sit', dion ofLynchburg, it may be proper to
mention that the city is located midwa between Kobtolk am! Bristo. and mid?
way between New York and Atlanta, fa., on the south bank of James river,
123 miles frcm tidewater at Ricbmou . At the northern terminus of the
Lynchburg and Durham Railroad and ; the junction of the
Three Great Southern Railway Systems}
The Richmond and Danville, Norfolk a d Western, and the Chesapeake ar.d
The West Lyuchburg Laud comp .ny's property embraces 000 acres of
which it is estimated that 200 acres wi. be dedicated to streets and avenues and
150 acres reserved for manufacturing s. .es, along the railroad and 6treams llow
ing through the property.
There must soon be a belt railroad joining the Norfolk and Western with
he Richmond and Danville and the Dt; ham road, which will pass over this
'roperty a mile and a half'.
A Northern company proposes to 1 aild an electric railway to and through
this property in a brief time, connecting it with the grand Ccutral depot ou
James River, in a fifteen minutes ride.
BSTThose desiring to invest in thi scheme can do so through local land
agents, or they may remit 650 for each ot desired to the West Lynchburg Land
Company, with names and address plai ily written, upon receipt of which their
names will be recorded in regular succe sion and a numbered receipt with con?
tract, forwarded the subscriber.
April 17th 1890.
W.?W FLAB1NAGAN, President.
Oscar Reierson, Secretary, ap 2?lm
Real Estate Agents,
Have just placed ou the m? -ket the Beautiful Lots of the
HYDE PAlii? L ^ND COMPANY,
FOR FROM $250 :: O $300 PER LOT.
At terms to suit all purchasers?$3 ) cash, balance in monthly installment*
at $10 per month. These are the moai beautiful and conveniently located lots?
the city. We also have
Very Desirable Houses
In all parts of the city ou monthly payments. Stop paying rent and goat,
once and get a bargain.
tf Francis B. Kemn & Co
S. S. SHARE
NO. 5 Salem Ayenue,
REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECU