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pi ROMOKE TIMES.
! (OAlLr AND WEEKLY) /Independent Democratic paper jjed to the material and political of Roanoko. and Southwest JNDAY MORNING, MAY J?. NOTICE. jorder to secure change of adver jients copy should "be sent in not *than 4. o'clock in the afternoon, sons not gettiDg their paper itly will confer a favor by notify 5ae business office at ouce of the :ct of carriers. 1 I virgi.m.v EXPOSITION. or THE EXHIBITION OK THE ALS, MANUFACTURES A' ICULTURAL PRODUCTS of THE STATE OF VIRGINIA, |BE H ELD A T ROA N 0 K E. V A.. SPTEMBER AND OCTOBER, 1S9C. .'ITAL STOCK, $500,000, IN SHARES OF $100 EACH. IKRMANKNT EXPOSITION, TO BE HELD ANNUALLY. THETKIKrTE TO I.EE. ie favorite hymn of General Lf.e ?'How Firm a Foundation,'' and proposed to have it sung by a Jted chorus assisted by the great citude present at the unveiling of jtatue. he Richmond State also warns the s of the Confederate army sung, is a good idea, uud it is hoped that ill be carried out. True, Lee's |f is now strongest in numbers on 'other side iu a realm seen best by It. The sentinels are skeleton i'inels. The answer to the dial? ing cry is Post uumber One up to t uumber Hundred thousand. Give n the music of the Confederacy. 2 Lee his rightful trappings. As .splendid benignity of his face is re :.ed to the sun let the wild and cheer ?jthe martial and defiant strains of ?e who were his natiou, his people, sing, proud, earnest, g^ up and meet "^voices of the skies. .?ntimeut. all sentiment. True, jjj fought for seutimeut; his soldiers ?<. for sentiment; the monumeut is a foment. So is great love a senti *?t. Sv> is sacrifice a sentiment? 'j by the sentiment which prompts great acts is shining aud laceable history made. Sentiment, sentiment, impo".s us to see iu plain slab over the Confederate ILoa royal spikenard, rich in its c-ter rfragrance.' ."?>* NUPTIALS OV NORTH AND I SOUTH. ' mpid is a famous eurer of ills, andj ?a natk-Dal disagreements have been ihed uo by the little foil's devices SJnly a short time ago the country '* pleased by the news that a daugh j of Jefferson Davis was to marry ortheruer. The example was con ^jus,aud uowGenerai. Draper,the -ji-achusetts millionare, has become ei?i.-*asband of a btiie of the old blue ti f . pa section ana a daughter of Gen Jal Preston. ?yh:3 is only following the exam te rhe two sections. They were four *rs divorced, and they fought like kr.eay cats during that time, but E disagreement has been seitled long K -, aud now again they dwell together harmony. There has been a re-mar ige between Northern capital and | jmthern resourses.aml the off-string of ais uoiou lu such cities us Roanoke,1 ?edits neighbors in the great South t. pre good healthy infa"' .... .anii 3 tho years go by, they have to manhood, they will make d betlthy men. The people of lion are doing a noble work, eir rewards are not slow in com Thay are cementing the friend of the sectious and making ties t arc sure to be lasting. THEY ARE MIRRORS. nT'he constantly increasing prosperity a progress oi Southwest Virginia i mot be more accurately judged than Kibe improvement iu the newspapers '-^'hhed here. . lho newspaper, to a very great ex It t, is the pulse of the country. Its ^.umns are a mirrow in which the <a!racter of this progress is shadowed I'd the outside world look largely to ; m when they want to invest. A urishing town has flourishing news ijpers; as the town increases so the 'wspaper becomes better and more adable. The Times has, during the past few 'ieks, received the initial numbers of lyrral new papers started :;i Cue uthwest. From Glasgow comes the erald, published by Mr. B. Scott "atson. It is excellently printed id well written. Mr. Watson has j^d experience on the Lynchburg Ad ince. Bramwell too, has a bright teet in the rejuvenated Monitor, [his is controlled by Mr. Haas, for a bg time the city editor of the Shamo \rx, (Pa.) News The paper is iudc mdeut Republican in politics. Rad >rd hi not bchiud in the respect of ?Wing good papers. This week the \ number of the Enterprise will be anted. It will be edited by Mr. ames Waddell, formerly of Massa tusetts. He has had loug experience id is sure to make a creditable fort. TONEY TO LO AN ON TIME, AND X Pyrmonts to suit borrower. People's i N ? - -itusu L^nand Building As-iocfation.of' Roan Ice, Vp. a.'/.. iviiitiur. president;M.c. rhomas. flee p. csident; W. P. Winch, accratary and feuror. Room 1, Masonic Temple, Campbell te. Paid up shares, $50 each. Installment is, $1 per month. Borrowers can at any ^hc.iurc a loan and lix their own limit of ? period for repayment. l\s a Jovinps ?nnk this institution otters spe g?inducements. Installment Bbares maybe bscriiiod for at any time. Interest Is allowed i moneys placed wirh.the association, rhls association is doinj? a suecissful busi ?S8. paying semi-Apnual dividends, nnfl is u ?iirablc Investment for capital. ?> apl-t f. I TO STRONGEST FINANCIAL ?, 'nstitution in Southwest Virginia 1 Roanoke Trust, loan and Safe \ >sit company. Capital and sur h $182,000. Pays interest on de? ls. dec25-tf. 1 FIRST-CLASS BUTTER CAN ALWAYS Bl FOUND, AT raar23-1 t GROCEKY, 148 SALEM AVENUR c. H. Jordan; R. N. McC. NDL1SH, E. II. CLOWES. Buer a Vista, Virginia, REAL ESTATE, STOC K. A^r.' INSURANCE. mylo 3m. BIO STONlOl?P, V?; IML^kTE* 1890. And to Continue 3 )uring the Week. SALE OF THE Louisville ? Nashville Rai BUSINESS AND SVC ITCH PROPERTY. iOO Lot The last and most rema inirig unsold. pot in the center. A '' boom '' tow for prosperity u; jected line of ra "ie Land or Improvement Company. ? tj The site for a MIGHTY Cl |Q railroads, and of four others Mineral. Coal, Marble, and -oiled by EICHT Land and Impro ollars of capital, representing the b ud public ineu in the United States, Send for a list uf their names.) valuable of all iraels of business lots Magnificent Union Passenger De n, an advertised town, dependent on one industry or one line o> pro head, or owned or controlled by f TV. the junction of four powerful projected, the center of the richest Timber district in America. Con ement Companies with millions of :st known Financiers, Capitalists, all sections of which is interested Equal to Birmingham k Which is saying: much.) In minerals. limestone, railroads, enterprise, and outlook for future greatness. In coking coal, fine iron and steel producing ores, building stone and marble, ate, scenery, as a manufacturing Inder Contract or Construction, i?k e " Montezuma " and two other dummy lines of Street Railway, Light System. Theatre, Bank and ng Mill, Sash, Door and Blind, :l many minor enterprises. Superior to Birmingham (Which is saying mors.1 mber, water, and water power, clin )int. and in geographical location. te largest coke plant in the world, t; agnificent hotels. Water Works, two dt Railroad, Telephone and HIectric asiness Blocks, Union Depot, Plan ;d Wagon Manufactory. Tannerv. at jntrols the sale of the Louisville & X d to continue during the week. Lo fly advanced in value on the complel orfolk & Western, and East Tennes rly in September. Send for maps of the city, and prir stoute to Big Stor.e is via x-T ^ ifltol. Tenn. and the S. * & A. R. R. now com- v ?ted. shville property. Sale. May 29th, s bought at this sale xcill be amaz 011 of the Louisville & Nashville, ?ee, Virginia tic Georgia Railroads :ed matter of interest. SMITH, ce President Fayette Land Co., ma STOUE GAP, VA. HUGHES & CAMP Wholesale and Retail Manufacture: of and deolc; i . baddlery, Carnages and Buggies. 133 SALEM AVENUE. lie Largest House Of its kind in this section Of Virginia. myl-eod tf 'FT IN FRONT OF PASS 5NGER DEPOT RO?iaOKg.___-_._.._VIRQmi?.. <: Commercial To\msts Home, ?* and Headquarters for those desiring Firot-Class Accommodations. c jarp Sample Rons, Fins Bar AttacM * S. A. VICK,Proprietor,) lember A. T. B. A. ONE TO FIVE DOLLARS. iUT RATES ON RAILROAD TICK 3T BOUGHT OF ME TU ALL I POINTS ? ? i ESTABLISHED IN ROANOKE 1SS2. BSER -CARRIES THE LARGE; T, FINEST AND IGST ARTISTIC STO 3K IN THE CITY, Ctr repairing department is up :o tlie highest mark and all kinds of fine W< rk in batches and jewelry, Also Artistic -ENGRAVING DONE ON THE PREMISES. ARTISTS' MATERIAL SOLD. 29 SALEM AVENUE, RC ANOKE. VIRGINIA. W.S. GOOCH, I resident. ST. PART] E, Vice Presidem. D H. L. CHILES, Sec'y & Tr, j OFFICE: IN CITIZENS' LANK BUILDING, I >anoke,.Virginia. MAKES AND NEGOTIATES FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENTS. 1J ->Gm I PAST ALL PRECEDENT. : OVER TWO MION DISTRIBUTED Louisiana Slate Lottery Company Incorporated by the Legislature for educational and charitable pur poses, and its franchise made a par A the present state constitution ii 1879 by an overwhelming popula vote. Its MAMMOTH DRAWINGS takt place semi-annual ly, (June anc December), and its Grand Singh N'umber Drawings take place in eacl sf the other ten months of the year uid are all drawn in public at tin Academy of Music, New Orleans, La FAMED FOR TWENTY YEARS For integrity of its drawings, and prompt payment of prizes, Attested as follows: " We do hereby certify that we super u'se the arrangement for all tin monthly and semi-animal drawingi )f the Louisiana (State Lottery Com mny. and in person manage and con . rol the drawings themselves,and thai the same are conducted with lionesty rairness, and in good faith toward alt '?mrties,andwea u t h o r Use t h ?. <:e mpan% \o use this certificate, withfac si mi let of our signatures attached, in its ad oertist ments." z? Commissioners. We the undersigned Banks and Bankers will- pay all prizes drawn in the Louisiana State Lotteries which may be presented at onr counters. R. M.Walmsley,President Louisiana National Sank. Pierre Lamiux. President State Na? tional Hank". A. Baldwin, President New Orleans National BanK. CarlKohn.President Union National Bank. Mammoth Drawing. At the Academy of Music. New Or? leans, Tuesday, June 17th, 18?0. Capital Prize, $600,000. 100,000 Tickets at $40 each; Halves $20; Quarters, $10; Eiths, $5; Twen? tieths, Fortieths, $1. list OK PRIZES. 1 prize of $000,000 is.$(100,000 1 prize of 300,000 is. 300,000 1 prize of 100,000 is. 1o0.000 1 prize of 50,000 is . 50,000 ?J prizes of 20,000 are. 40,000 5 prizes of 10,000 are. ,"?0,000 10 prizes of 5,000 are. 50,000 !5 prizes of 2,000 are. 50,000 1 JO prizes of bvO a re. S'J.OOO 1 )0 i>rizes of 00o are. 120,000 5 )0 prizes of 100 are. 200.000 APPHOXniATlOX PRIZES. 1 )0 prizes of $1,000 are .... $100,000 1 )0 " of yoO are. M0,000 DO " of -100 are. 10,000 two XTJMBKR tkrmina1.S. : 90S prizes of $200are.$830.000 ? 114 prizes, amounting to....$2,159.600 Note?Tickets drawing capital : prizes are not entitled To terminal prizes. AGENTS WVXTKD. ?gT For clu") rates or any further information desired, write legibly to ? I le undersigned, clearly stating your ; r"sideuce, with state, county, street I tad number. More rapid return mail I ialivery will be assured by your en : osing an envelope bearing your full aldress. IMPORTANT. Address M. A. DAUPHIN New Orleans. La.. ...-M. A. DAUPHIN. Washington, I). C. Py ordinary letter containing money .' -der issued by all express companies, >ewYork exchange, draft or postal note. I dress REGISTERED LLl inllSi'O.MAIM.NC 0QBRS?f to New Orleans Najtles?i Bank, New p , SnleSns, La. jV'II1("i';.,<-r that the payment of '""./.i-s is guaranteed by four Na? tional Banks of New Orleans, and the tickets are signed by the president of ii institution whose chartered rights ?<.*e recognized in the highest court; therefore, beware of all imitations or a ionymous schemes. One dollar is tlie price of tin- small Si t part or fraction of a Ticket issued be us in any drawing. Anything in ? ir name offered for less than a dollar is aswindle. apl22 wedfri&sun. i XT.''.. ??' --%-:-. -".\ i v. i . (EY WEST BOUQUEI C^r EaraiA Fllls? 5 & 2Ce- Cigars: I :!. stand mostre?sble brasa onlJwsirc.-i:e?. Ssbs v-x I '.i. deutle any o'.hrr c'r.-r it Ihc United $??'?. (tales .'jirLcc 1ST? rca on r C 3,CCO,OCO. Hales avarags r-?r ?:v.v-..-> _? rTCOy^bo. Sales Rvcxf-ci 33,200* bwac':vir^ri"!:-?.. * hil brand nail label cci :".r< '? ?. I c it-lvely l;y TKu ECl-LL'" C::Z C?. Forsale by all leading delalers in 1 oanoke. juniS-law sun. OFFICES FOR RENT, ROOMS FOR RENT. Olliccs and Rooms for rent in the j ( ity Hotel Building, which has recently j 1 n converted into an office building. BEST LOCATION IN CITY. I unagement intend putting a passenger J e nrator in the building. Electric lights and gaB in all rooms. I ?:? terms, apply to I.. L. Powell & Co., Opposite Postoffice. my3-tf ?THE DANVILLE? K?llYffli GREEN HOUSEI COMPANY. Danville, Virginia. V . T. Sutherlin, President. Geo. S. Sartin, Gen'l Manager. We are prepared to furnish any and ai .duds of fruit, shade and oruamen tt i trees, plants, vines, etc., in any q antity. Fine lot of roses and bed d: 3.? plants, and anything in the the n rsery line. Write us before buying. C tilogue sent free. Goood agents w tied. ? GEO. S. SARTIN, i.pll-3m Secretary and Manager. BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO ?ated at RorerPark Hotel. Nicely fu .'rushed rooms. Large grounds. T He set with the best the market atords. MRS. CRAWFORD. mar27-tf Proprietoress. inch M IT FINE RESIDENCE AN?) BUSINESS PROPERTY, IN ANY AFRT OF ROANOKE. CALL C N OR ADDRESS. L. L. POWELL & COMPANY Roanofo., Va. Office. Stewart Building Third Avenue, Opposite City Postoffice. GRAND DRAWING OF THE Loteria ?e la Beneficencia Pnblic; OF THE STATE OF Z AC A TEC AS, MEXICO A syndicate capitalists have Becuret the concession for operating this LOTTERY AmLwill extend its business througl "[out 1 lie United States and British Columbia. Below will be found a list of the prizet which will be drawn on 27th, 1890, ggAt Zacatecas, Mexico, and continued monthly thereafter. Capital Prize, ?150,000. 100.000 Tickets at $10; Halves. $0 : Tenths, $1; American Currency. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 PRIZE OF $150,000 is 1 PRIZE OF 50,000 is 1 PRIZE (>F ;: PRIZES OF 2' PRIZES OF 5 PRIZES Ol? io PHIZES OF ?JO PRIZES OF 200 PRIZES OF 300 PRIZES OF 500 PRIZES OF 25,000 is lo.ono are 5,000 are 3,000 are 1,000 are 500 are 200 are 150 are 100 are $150,001' 50,000 25.000 30,000 10.000 10,000 lo.oot 10,01)1 40,000 45,001 50,001 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 150 PRTZES OF $150 are $22,50C 150 PRIZES OF loo are 15,001 150 FRIZES OF 5o are 7,501 999 Terminal Prizes of 50 are 49,051 L'492 $524,95( ( Hub Rates : li Tickets for $50. Special Rates arranged with Agents. AGENTS WANTED in every town lind city in United State- and British America. The payment of prizes is guaranteed by a special deposit of live hundred thousand dollars ($500,000), with the State Government, and approved by Jesus Arechiga, Governor. Drawing under the personal super? vision of Ia'e. Herminio Arteaga, who i- appointed by the Government as I nterventor. "I Certify that with the State Treasurer all necessary guarantees are i eposited, assuring full payment of ; II prize- of tili- drawing. "Herminio, Argteaga, ?'Interventor." IMPORTANT. Remittances must lie either by New York Draft, Express or Registered Letter, American money. Collections (an be made by Express Ooiupaniesor Ranks. Tickets sent direct to manage? ment will be paid by drafts on New York, Montreal, St. Paul, Chicago, an Franci-eo or City of Mexico. For farther information address .IF AN PI EDA 1). Manager. my21-ly Zacatecas, Mexico. f I a YYfllTriV Taten no shoes unless Ii AI ITH 111 Doof IM' name and -a^AS price nrp fiampelTon tne iottom. If the OPHlcr cannot supply yon. send direct tu factory, enclosing advertised I rice. a oor TVaterproou Best In the world. Kxnmlno his_ SE.00 genuine HANIJ-HliWEI) shoe. ?4.00 iiand-sewki) welt shoe. ' sa.rio police and fakmkks1 shod. b2.50 extra value gaxf shoe. _ S3.'J5 & SZ WOKKINfiMEN's shoes. . itX.OO and 81.75 hoys' school SHOES. All made Id Congress, Button and Lace. ?3 & $2 SHOES la^Is. ?1.75 SHOE FOR MISSES. 3e8t Material. Best Style. Best Fitting, . I.. Dougltui, Srocktue, Maas. Soid by hf ? mv am janlleod-6m tu th sat B^gfc?jH ERADICATES BLOOD POI SSsSSfiS SON AND BLOOD TAINT, C'f.veral bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S. S.) J entirely cleansed my system of contagious b ood poison of the very worst type. We S. Loomis, Shreveport, La. CURES SCROFULA EVEN IN ITS WORST FORMS. T had scRoruLA in 188-1, and cleansed my 1 system entirely from it by taking seven b >ttles of S. S. S. I have not had any symp? toms since. C. \V. Wilcox, Spartanburg, S. C. gSBSgsg HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF lUE&zlji CASES OF SKIN CANCER. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed <rse. Swift Si-ecific Co.. Atlanta, Ga. Iii ? CHALK. Still keep the largest assortment of HARDWARE In Southwest Virginia. They have just received a large sppuly ?OF? IcvpRobes, Horse Covers Breech Loading Guns, ?and? ^ Bporting Goods. Miner's and Railroad Supplie A Specialty. 17 and 19 Second Street, southwest. JJORFOLK RA II & WESTER! ROAD. Schedule in effect May 11th, 1800 WEST BOUND. SEE HERE! LEAVE ROANOKE. 10:05 a m. Daily; arrive Bristol 4.0( p in. Stops at all Bta tious, connecting at Bad ford with trains on New River Branch; airivingl o cahontas at 3:35 p m. 5:45 p in. Daily, arrives Radford 7.20 p. m., connecting with New River branch at 7:35 p. in., for Minefield ami Pocabontas; arrives Pora hontas 10:55 p. in. Arrives Bristol 11:20 p. in., con? necting with E. T., V. & G. R. R. for all poii-tt I south and west; has 1 Pullman Palace Sleeper. Roanoke to Rome, via Calera and Roanoke to Memphis without change. 7:55 a m. Daily, arrive Radford 9:15 a in, connecting with New ! River Branch, leaving' Radford 12:10 p.m.,arrives i Bristol 12.40pin., connects with E. 'P., V, & G. R. ft. for all points south and west; has Pullman Pal i :e Sleeper from Roanoke tc New Orleans without change. EAST BOUND. leave roanoke. 5:25 a in. Daily; for Lynchbuig, Pe? tersburg, Richmond, (via Petersburg and R. & P it. R.,) Norfolk and intern e diate points; Connects it Lynchburg with V. M. ?. R. for Washington and the east, leaving Lyuchburg 7:40 a m daily. Arri\es Norfolk 2.ou p in connei t ing with steamer lines to Baltimore and New York. 7.20 p m. Daily; for Lynchburg aud intermediate stations. 10:10 a m. Daily; arrives Lynchbu -g 11:59 a in,connecting wirb V. M. R. R. for all poh ts north, arriving Washi: .c ton 7:05 pm; arrives Pe? tersburg 4:20 p.m; arm Richmond, via R. k P. (. R., 5:05 p ui; arrivesN'i r folk 7.00 p m; Cripple Creek Extension?Lea s ?e Pulaski 8:15 a m. Daily except Sua day, and 3:00 p in. Daily, arrive Iva > hoe. 0:45 a m and 4:30 p m. Returnii g leave Ivanhoe 10:25 a m. Daily esccot Sunday, and 5:25 p m. Daily, arrive Pulaski 11:55 a m and 0:"0 p m. All inrpiiries as to rates, routes, etc., promptly answered. W: B. Bevill, Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent. ClIAS. G. EDDY, vice-president. General Offices, Roanoke. QIIENANDOA1I VALLEY RA1L O road. S. JT. Tyler, Receiver. Schedule in effect February 'j, lt?9C." arrive at roanoke. 3-0') p. ui. Daily?Memphis Express, from Hagerstown and the north. Through Pullman sleeping cars from New York and Philadelphia o Chattanooga and Mei i phis via Harris burg, li.. gerstown. [Roanoki 7 4C arm. Laiiy? New Orleans ii.< press from New Yo"k, Philadelphia and Balti? more, making connection through to the sou i Carries through Pullm&i palace buffet sleeping CP. from Philadelphia to No r Orleans without ehangt' via Harrisburg, Hagerti town, Roanoke, Clev land, Calera, and L. & t-. R. R. leave roanoke. i.00 a. m. Daily?Baltimore express from all points south for Washington, Baltimor , Harrisburg, Philadelphi i and New York. Ca? ries Ptiilman palac i buffet sleeping car from New Orleans to Philadel? phia without change, via L. & N- R. R., Calera, Cleveland, Roanoke, Ea gerstown and Harrisburg 7.05 p. m. Daily?New York and Philadelphia expre?, from Memphis, Chat? tanooga and s'i I poiuts south. For Phil? adelphia and New Yor <, carries Pullman Palace buffet sleeping cars through to PhiladelplLi-. and New York via Roa noke, Hagerstown and Harrisburg. Ticket agents will furnish all infor lation and through schedules upoi. pplication to O. HOWARD ROYER. G. P. & T. Agent, Roanoke. Va. f7~FTWlNGFIELD GRAND rOPPDRTUNITY FOR INVESTMENT 1,000CITYLOTS FOR SALE WIST LYNGHBURG LAND Oilers for sale, by subscription, for a limited time, one thousaud siood ?venige lots ou ils property, enibrac og 900 acres, near the thriving City of Lyuchburg, Virginia, with its 30,000 in abitants, and numerous manufacturing establishments now in prosperous open Lion. Two hundred and fifty thousand do ars cash from sale ol stock, which will til bo in hand by the first of September uxt, is pleged towards the improve? ment of tho hinds and fostering mauuf: during establishments on the property. PLAN OF SALE. The lots are in process of hciug lai< off, regularly, and will he completed by the 1st July-next with number, block ard section. They are sold to subscriber? at 8200, or which $50cash mnst accomp .ny subscription, when the uptnc and residence is entered and a numbered ree :ipt given, specifying the contract. Tbe ownership ol lots will he determined by an impartial drawing. The company reserves each alternate fifty feet, or dot; ile lot, thus retaining a similar character cf lots as those sold. Of these 1,000'.ota, one-fourth of tl 3m are double lote, 50 feet front, 125 lei ? tli epj three-fourths are single lots, : 5 feet front, 125 feet deep. DRAWING On a day named. ? f which each sub hi advance, tickets numbered from onci deposited in another box, containicg the i'. represents, uniform with same indie laid ofl'. These tickets will he drawn oi corded at the lime. A given number dn eceiptheld fixes the ownership. Wbcn thus determined the compel ranty of title at any limn wauled, but I) to close the transaction Ly taking a dcei three scperate negotiable notes lor fifty eighteen month a after date, with six pei secured ! y a trust 'Iced on the property, desd. If not tl.u;* closed by the 1ft oi* A forfeited as liquidated daruage-s to the co criber will be notified by mail ten days p. to correspond with number of tickets number, bleck and division of each lot lions on the print";! ine'p ?' S'Ciiou t in succession !:: in -acu huA i ro? ws a certain let, and lliat numf.er or. y will execute a deed with general war i holder of purchase receipt is required by the 1st August, 1890, and executing lollar8 each, payable six, twelve and cent, interect, which not?s are to be rouvcyed contemporaneous with the agusl, 1S90, the cash pajment shall lie upany. tsuranee tEAL ESTATE. . AGENT, ROANOKE, VA., INSURES uildings, Bridges,. Mills, Crops, Live Stock, [erchandise, Wood, Lumber. SELLS welliugs, Furniture, Farms, Town Lots, Stores, Mineral ana TIMBER LANDS. 5-143 SALEM AVE. P. O. Box 80 feb2-tf li E. H "STEWART & CO ?Carry a beautiful line of? JAPANESE GOODS, ANTIQUE OAK DINING ?and? :hamber suits. Benefits oi this Plan, The price is low, the lots valuable, if an average character, it-ciuiririg cor? ner lots. There is one chance in four o:' drawing a double lot and the privilege in L'iven alany lime, lo discharge the no^es giveu for deferred payments, by the paid up stock of company. Aside from the extraordinary low pri< ! for lots situated as these are, cou tiguruis to a largo find prosperous city, tl i subscribers to these have the su-iranly of the company that the alternate lots t^ ained, of same character and dimen? sions, shall be sold at public auction or < rlherwise. during the next year for less than $2C0, without participating in the [ rivilege or paying for thcai in the stock jf the company. To those not familiar with the situs. on ofLyncbburg, it may be proper to nenlion that the city is located midway 1 elwefn Nohtolk and Brislo. and mid a-ny between New York and Atlauia, Gti , on the south bank of James river, 125 miles from tidewater at Richmond. At the northern terminus of the Lyuchburg and Durham Railroad and al -he junction of the Three Great Souther 11 Railway Systems, diu Richmond and Danville, Norfolk aud Western, and the Chesapeake and! )hio. The West Lyuchburg Land compai y's property embraces 900 acres of vhich it is estimated that 200 acres will i e dedicated to streets and avenues aud 50 acres reserved for manufacturing sitealoug the railroad and streams flow ^g through the property. There must soon be a belt railroad, j lining the Norfolk and Western with he Richmond aud Danville and the Duri: im road, which will pass over this roperty a mile aud a half. A Northern company proposes to bu dan electric railway to und through ; ais properly in a brief time, connecting U with the grand Central depot on. ames River, in a fifteen minutes ride. BST'Tliose desiring to invest in this si heme can do so through local laudi gent3, or they may remit $50 for each loi desired lo the West Lynchburg Land otnpnuy, with names aud address plainh written, upon receipt of which their ames will be recorded in regulr.r success. )n aud a numbered receipi with con :act, forwarded the subscriber. April 17th 1890. W. W FLAW UACAN,President. 3scar Reierson, Secnetary. m9: Real Estate Agents, Have just placed on the markt t the Beautiful Lots of the HYDE PARE. LAND COMPANY, FOR FROM $250 TO 1300 PER LOT. At terms to suit all purchasers?$30 e ish, balance in monthly installments a* $10 per month. These are the moat be mtiful and conveniently located lots tl a city. We also have Verj Desirable Houses A full stock of everything m the | Ir, all parU of the city on monthly payments. Stop paying rent and goat. Furniture Liu e? Fram.|8 B. Kem? & Co c a be found at their mammoth store ? f; nting on Salem avenue and Camp- ] b 11 street. eb2l-tf 1 'JST , . ON SALEM AVENUE.TWO | Negotiable notes of $300 each,sign e- by J. A. Fithburn and endorsed e by Junius B. Fishburne payable tt the First National Bank of Roan-i o e, Va. Said notes were dated on , o. about ApA24th, 1890, due in one ai d two yeaWfrom date. my!4 tf. ff WALLBB P. Huff. S. S. SHAFER - -JEWELER, J? O. 5 Salem Avenue. - - FULL STOCK jan8 repairing promptly executed.