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I THE ROANOIIE TIMES.
(DAILY AJSD WEEKLY) g An Independent Democratic paper I devoted to the mate al and political I ntaresrs of Roanoke mid Southwest i. Vliginia._._ im) VorJ?m .KTISK ? ,: "'To discontinue an "clvcrtiseraent,'' [says John Wanamak-v, "Is like taking * down your sigu. If you want to do business you must let .he public kuow it. I would as soo\ think of doing business without curks as without advertising." _ SOA.VOKE'S .EXSUS. Complaints corns from so many in divldaals in dhferent parts of the city that they have not een the census enumerator, that it '-> quite evident that the work of counting the people of Roanoke has been anything else but' accurately auJ thoroughly doue. A number of person trom the east? ern park of theciry, liom the western part of the city, fror-, private houses j and from hotels,have oiue to this offioe and stated that the census mau had failed to call upon then. The ceusus is taken primarily for the purpose of showing i :.^ number of peo pla iu the country, ai. ' Ot giving each section its proper ???>portionment of representation in ti, ? Federal Con ' grcss. If it fails in making a correct ccunt. it fails in the object .or which it was instituted. There arc a great many difficulties it is evident, in the ray of counting everybody and miss ag no one, but these obstacles shouh ue reduced to e minimum by iucreas:. ,r the etlicicncy of the method of mak g the enumera? tion to the highest rar: :?ium. Roanoke wauts to make the best showing possible nit1 ? Ilrst census in wiiich she appears. V/e claim to have 20,000 people and wt confidently be 'ieve that the claim i^ well founded, it every man, woman 1 id child cau bt counted. Washington, Chicago and Richtnoac are all complaining a .-out the way ic which the ceu?us has been taken and the enumerators iu R*,..ao!:s have prob? ably done their work . 0 well as those in many other towns. But we want everybody counted. The Times will be g,ctd to hear from .my one who has been omitted. (OS(iltESS>IA> vicADOO. A special from New York states th\t Congressman McAdoo. of Jersey City, intends to rerno.o to Virginia, and of standing for Co. gress iu hisuew Lome. Mr. MeAdoc is an Irishman and one of the brighter and best equip? ped young Democrats ?] Congress. He is a ready and forcible speaker ; a good thicker ar-d occupies a prominont posi tioa m the House, Vbether there is any truth in the report or not. :s uot known. The Lynchburg Virginian is author? ity for the statemout taat he married a Miss Tardy, of that city, and it is pos? sible that that fact may have some? thing to do with tl j contemplated change of residence oF 'he bright New Jsrscy Congressman B3 that as it :asy. however, the ;uBiii:_ration of such Droad, fair-miudod beral man as UcAdoo to the South, woald be pro? ductive of good to botc sections. The Norfolk Public Ledger rises to remark in repaid to Mr. McAdco'6 running for Congress ::> case he should m?ye to the State, thai the Virginia politicians kuow a good thing when City see it, and that hey arc purticu larly fond of Wash .gtou Congress i >nal life, and Mr. Mr Ydoo would pro? bably Cnd it thus. WA.NT E-VMirr TO LIVE. The movemeut of ex-Confederates and ex-Federals to erect colossal equestrian statutes . ;' Generals Lee aa! Grant, the forme- looking south and the latter north vith both ex? truding their hands t< rard each other, as :s to be expected, 'jes not meet with the approbatioi of Republican po iticians. They do not wish ic deprive them? selves of valuaole cam^aigu material. They rccogniz? that u the asperities growing out of the w; disappear that they are doomed to ob'i7ion. The bright young c rrespotideat of I h Atlanta Constitu'iou endeavored to interview Biaiue, I octor, Ingalls, >fci\in]ey and Cannon the other day, but they refused to giv the proposition one wo.'d of approval. Who expected that they would? IMS?CHALMERS. Still keep tb largest assort nie ? t of HARDV/ARE In Southwest irgirda. \ _____ They_have just rcceiv ! a Inrgesppuly ?OF - Lap Robes, flo-'se Covers Breech Loadh tg Guns, ?AND Sporting Soods. Min-r's and Raih cad Supplie ! A Specialty. iTaud 19 Second Street, southwes JOTICK OF DI3SCLCTION. J?ffE 13, 1890. I The co partnersb'-? heretofore ex-; Isting between Dr. \? ilmer Hodgson and James T. Estis, ,.nder the stvle, au.l firm name of Eas: Roanoke "Drag Store, Hodgson & Kstis. proprie?-1 tors, is this da> dissolved by mutual consent. Dr. Wilmer Hodgson 1 purchasing the inter* 1 and good will of James ?. Estis ai. L assummg all' obligations of the firm. Wilmer Hodgson. James T. Estis. jel7-4t ! UNPRECEDENTED \ ATTRACTION. OVE't $1,000,000 DISTRIBUTED. Lcsisiana State Lottery Company Incorporated by the Legislature, for ech catioual and charitable pur? poses, i nd its franchise made a part of the present state constitution in 1879 by an overwhelming popular vote, and To Continue Until Jznuary 1, 1895. Its mammoth drawings take place semi-amually, in (June and Decem? ber), and its Grand Single Number Drawiigs take place in each of the other .en months of the year, and ars all drawn in public at the Academy of Music, New Orleans, La. FAMED FUR TWENTY YEAR for integrity of its drawings, and prompt payment of Prizes. Attested as follows: 4i We do hereby certify that tee supers Vise tie arrangement for all the monthly and semi-annual draw in g of the Louisiana State Lottery Com? pany, t -id in person manage and con? trol tht drawings themselves,and that the sa:i s are conducted with honesty, fairnei ?, and in good faith toward all parties and we authorize the company to use i'iis certificate, withfac similes of our dgnatures attached, in its ad? vertise lents." Commissioners. We he undersigned Banks and Bankers will pay all prizes drawn in thelAUisiana State Lotteries which rr.a^ be presented at our counters. R. m Walmsley,President Louisiana National Bank. Pien 2 Lanaux, President State Na? tional .Sank. A. B Idwin, President New Orleans Nation il Bank. CarlKohn.President Union National Bank. Gran d Monthly Drawing, At the Academy of Music, New Or Ieam , Tuesday, July 15th, 1890. C PITAL PRIZE, $300,000 100,000 Tickets at $'20 each: Halves $10: Quarters, $5; Tenths, $2; Twen? tieths, |1. LIST OF PRIZES. 1 prize of - $300,000 is.$300.000 1 priz? of 100,000 is. 100,000 lpriz-of 50,000 is. 50,000 1 prh 3 of '25,000 is . 25,000 2 orii es of 10,000 are. 20,000 5 priz -s of 5,000 are. 25,000 25 priz -s of 1,000 are. 25.000 100 prizes of 500 are. 50.000 20 ] prii .-s of 300 are. 00,000 500 priz ;s of 200 are. 103,000 ; PPUOXIMATIOX PRIZES. 10'"? priz >s of $500 are .... $50.000 100 " of M00 are. 30,000 100 " of 200 are. 20,000, TERMINAL PRIZES. 9SD pri :es of $100 aie. $999.900] OSa ' of $100 are.$99.900! 3,114 pr'zes, amounting to....$1,05-1.800 NOT"'?Tickets drawing capital prizes t re not entitled to terminal prizes AGEXTS WANTED. j |_r lor club rates or any further j inform: tion desired, write legibly to : the unuersigned, clearly stating your residence, with state, "county, street i and number. More rapid return mail ; dtlivery will be assured by your en ! closing in envelope bearing your full ! address IMPORTANT. Address M. A. DAUPHI> New Orleans, La., : or M. A DAUPHIN, Washington, D. C. By or .inary letter containing money [ order is med by all express companies, NewTek exchange, draft or postal ! note. ; mm u mm letters mtmm currhci i to New Orleans National Bank, New Orleans, La. j Rezne nber that the payment of i prizes a guaranteed by four Na I tional I auks of New Orleans, and the ! tickets .re signed by the president of ; an insti ution whose chartered rights I are recc gnized in the highest court; j tberefo e, beware of all imitations or | j aconyn ous schemes. ? R sme aber that the Supreme Court j of the I nited States has decided that I the Loi isiana State Lottery Co., has j I acontri ct with the State of Louisiana, which ( oes not expire until Januarv 1st, ISO-". H CKS, BA2sE Ss KELLY, I Real Estate Agents, I , URAHAM.JVA. I They ,<re associated with J W Hicks, [ Attorney-at-Law, who furnishes ab ; stracts I title. apl7-3m ?GS?il SHORE PARK HOTEL j VIRGINIA BEACH, virginia. i The i.'cean Shore Park Hotel, Vir ! ginia Beach, in Princess Anne county, ! virgin!., at the ocean terminus of the ; Norfolk andVirginia Beac Railroad : ?fters U the public a long ?;? r want. it is tn ocean shore resort within ? the mej ns of all. The hotel is new, , being its first season, with a first class table, i rge, airy rooms, andenewly ' furnish? d throughout. ! THE BATHING. The surf bath J iug is u isurpassed by ony upon the I Atlanti coast. The absence of any undertow being a marked feature. The t?mperature of the water is i warmer and the bathing more pro? longed ;hau on the New Jersey, or ! Long Is.and Coast. HEALTH RESORT. As a health resort , it has been pronounced as com? pared w ith Atlantic City and Fort? ress Mo iroe, to have many superior natural advantages, both winter and summer. amu.ements. Surf and still' wnter bathing, Crabbing, Bowling, Tennis, Horse-back and Switch-back riding may be indulged in. Music througl out the season. The Western Union telegraph Company has an office or the Beach. TRANSPORTATION. There are[ seven i -ains daily' (except Sunday),; each wny between Norfolk and Vir- j ginia Beach. Four trains each way! on Sun lay. For all other infonna* tic n ade'ress g:so. h. quackenbos, Ocean Shore Park Hotel, je9 tf. Virginia Beach, Va. FOR SALE CHEAP.-A FINI SA loon outfit, 18 foot counter, walnut back bar. 8. A. VICE. my2-tf CHENANDOAH VALLEY RA 11 C KUAt. 5. K. Ttler, JKeceiTpr. Schedule in effect June, 2, 1890. ARRIVE AT ROANOKE. 5- :0 p. in. Daily?Memphis Express from Hagt rstown and th north. Through Pullma; sleeping ears from Ne^ York and Philadelphia t Chattanooga and Idem phis via Harrisburg, Ha gerstown and Roanokt .40 a. m. Daily? New Orleans ex press from New Y orl< Philadelphia and Ealti more, making eonneetio. through to the south, Carries through PuRma; palace buffet sleeping ca trom Philadelphia toNe> Orleans without elu.ngi via llarrisburg, H?gen town, Roanoke, Clevt land, Calera, and L. & N R. R. lbavjk koanokk. 5.15a.iu. Daily?Daltimore expres from all pointHsouth fc Washington, Raitimor? Harrishurg, Philadelphi and New York. C? ries Pullman p: lac bullet sleeping ear frOJ Roanoke to Philadelphi without ebange, vi;\ Ha gerstown and tlarrisl urj. 7,20 P.m. Daily?New York an Philadelphia exi res. from Memphis, Chal tanooga ami a points south. For Phi adelphia and New "i orl Carries Pullman P. .kit buffet sleeping cai through to Philadelphi and New York via i oai oke, Hagerstown an Harrisbuig. Ticket agents will furnish all i lfo uation and through schedules upo a mlieation to ? O. HOWARD ROYER. G. P. & T. Agent, Roanoke. Ya. VOR FOLK & WESTERN RAI i ROAD. Schedule in effect May 11th, IS .0. WEST BOUND. leave koa.n'okk. p :05 a m. Daily; arrive Bristol 4.( p m. Stops at all st; tions, connecting at Ra< ford with trains on NV River Branch; arrivingP* cahontas at 8:35 p m. :45 p m. Daily, arrives Radford 7.' connecting wit River brunch at 7:: m.. for Bluefield an Pocahontas;arrives Poo hontas 10:">5 p. m. Arriv< Bristol 11:20 p. m., cot uecting with E. T.. V. . G. R." R. for all point south and West; ha Pullman Palace Sleepe Roanoke to Rome, vi Calera and Roanoke t Memphis without chang '. :55 a m. Daily, arrive Radforu 9:1 a m, connecting with Ne River Branch. leavin Radford 1 J:10p.in.,arriv< Bristol 12.10 pm., con nee with E. T., V, ii G. R. 1 for all points south an west; has Pullman P;.lac Sleeper from Roanoke t New Orleans withou change. EAST BOUND. leave roanoke. f :25 a m. ^Dinly; for Lynchburg, Pi "tersburg, Riehmoud. (vi Petersburg and R. A P. R R.,) Norfolk and iute me diate points; Connec.sja Lynchburg with V. M. R R. forWashingtouani! th east, leaving Lynchbur; 7:40 a m daily. Arrive Norfolk 2.00 p m connect ing with steamer lines t' Baltimore and New } ork 7 20 pm. Daily; for Lynchburg an intermediate stations 10:10 am. Daily; arrives Lynch our. 11:59 a m,connect ing wit! V. M. R. R. for all p< iut uorth, arriving Washing ton 7:05 p m; arrives Pe tersburg 4:20 p.m; ar ivc Richmond, via R. & P. R R., 5:05 p m; arrives Not folk 7.00 p m; Cripple Creek Extension?Leave P daski 8:15 a m. Daily except Jux dt y, and 8:00 p m. Daily, arrive Ivar. h< e 9:45 a m and4:30 p m. Retur iin. le :ve Ivanhoe 10:25 a m. Daily ei ;en Si nday, and 5:25 p m. Daily, arriv P daski 11:55 a m and :>:110 p m. All inquiries as to rate?, routes, ;tc. p: omplly answered. W. B. Bevill. Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent. C ias. G. EDDY, vice-president. General Offices, Roanoke. p. m.. New K D AILROAD CONTRACTORS WAG D ONS, CARTS, TOOLS, MULES ETC., FOR SALE BY PUr LI' AJCTION IN DANVILLE AN] N )RTH DANVILLE. \\ e will offer for sale, by public uu ti >n, to the highest bidder, on WEDNESDAY. 25TH DAY 01 JUNE, 18'.i0. cc nimencing at 10 o'clxjk a. in. a R ifllan & Hairston's storage v. art h' use on Craghead street, a 1 irg oi tfit and equipment for contracor> cc nsisting of 1 pair Fine Mules, Stee D -ills, set of Track Tools and f tee H imniors. Picks, Shovels and C' ow b; re, 40 Scrapers and 3 sets Bl ick st dthfl' Tools, and lot of office Desk: ai d Tables. Immediately after the sale we wil p; oceeed to sell in the same way oi M tin street, North Danville : "0 Railroad Carts an 1 Harness, 11-norse Wagon and Harness. 5 2-Horse Wagons. j Track Trucks. 1 Railroad Dumps, Carts, etc., etc This outfit is nearly new and ii gt od condition, and it will afford con tr ictors and others a fineopportu>iif> tc purchase at low prices. This sah w 11 be continued from day to daj ui til completed. TERMS:?For all sums under on( hundred dollars, cash; for sinn- o oi e hundred dollars and over, a cr ;dit of 90 days will be given. Pur ct asers to give negotiable notes witl 8a isfactory security with interest fr an dato. DANVILLE CONSTRUCTION CO je 12 td Mark Day. (Late of R. H. Adams & Co., Baltimore.) 6 Shirts to Order Unlaundried, $0.00 6 ]*est Shirts to Order Laundried,$!>.00. C( mmerce Street and Salem Avean* Over Gambill & Co's. I -oanoke Virginia. Wm. F. Bakuk. Wm. H. Arklky S. Estate Amis. Loom No. 9, Second Floor, Mooi.iav Bljck, South Jefferson Street, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. 3i?y Property, Farms and Minera Lands sola. Correspondence ap3-tf Solicited. GRAND DRAWING OF THE Loteria ?f la Beieficeicia Mica OF THE STATE ?FZ xCATECAS, MEXICO A syndicata ea pitalists have secured the com jssiou for operating this LOTTERY And'will extend its business through out the United States cud British Columbia. Below will bo found a list of the prizes which will be drawn on May 27th, 1890, At Zacatecas, Mexico, and continued monthly thereafter. Capital Prize, $15O,O00R lOu.OOO Ti Tenths. L t PRIZ 1 PHIZ 1 PHIZ o PK1Z 2 PRIZ 5 PRIZ 10 PRIZ CO PRIZ ?200 PRIZ 300 PRIZ 500 PRIZ APPK 150 PRIZ 150 PHIZ 150 PRIZ ?09 Term: 2402 Club 1 Special ?.kets at $10 : Halves, $5 . $1 ; American Currency. ST OF PRIZES: 3 OF $150,000 is $150,000 OF 50.000 is 5(i,00 .?: OF 25,000 is 2~>,oo i '.S t) F 10,000 are 30,00 38 OF 5.0(10 are 10,00' SS OF 3,000 are 10,00.' ?:s OF 1,000 are 10.00 i <:s (>F 500are lO.OO'i 5S OF 2H0 are 40,00 ' SS OF 150 are 45,00 I ?;S OF !U0 arc. 50,000 ANIMATION PRIZES. OS OF $150 are $22,500 ?CS OF 100 arc 15,00' SS OF 50are 7,500 ual Prizes of 50 are 49,05 - AG ENT aud city it America. The pay by a specii thousand State GOV? Jesus Are? 1 iraw i in vision of 1 is appoim Intervent? '?I (':::; Treasurer deposited, all prizes < Remitta York Dra Letter, An can he ma Banks. Ti nient will York. Moi S;ui Franc further in! JE mv21-lv $524,!'j I lates: 0 Tickets lor $50. Rates arranged with Agents. 3 WANTED in every town United States and Brit is.. inent of prizes is guarantee ; ?I deposit of live hundred dollars ($500,000), with th ? irmnent, and .approved by higa, Governor, under the personal super ic. Herminio Arteaga, vvh i ed by the Governmental r. iky that with the State dl necessary guarantees ar assuring full payment c: f this drawing. lERMIXIO, ?RGTEAGA, "Interventor." IMPORTANT. ices must be either by New Expre: tt, Express or Regfstere 1 erican money. Collections le by Express Companiesor ?k.-ts senl direct to manag? - be paid by drafts on New treal, St. Paul, I Ihicagi , -co or City of Mexico. F<, ormat ion address \:< PIEDAD, .Manager. Zacatecas, Mexico. REAL ESTATE AGE-NT?. Improved tad unimproved property for suit in all ptirts cd' the city. REXTIN'G A SPECIALTI Theoxi.y Agents in the City that Handle Exclusively Prop? erty Inside >f the Corporation and are ? gents for the Exchange Building a id investment Company Your patauage respectfully solicited No. 114 Jeiferson Btreet, Roanoke, Va GRAV & BOSWELL. Jin2-tf Tnitc no Shoe* tmlcur . W. L.. Dnnala*' name me W*?w * ?' ?1? price ur? Humped on tht bottom. If lie dealer enmot ?upply yon Betid direct to factory, aucloilag iWlvcrtiiii price. )3 3HQ1E CSNTLEWiEN. Fine Cnlf, Tcavy Lacod Grain and Creed moo.' Water iraof. Beat lu the Tvorlrl. Esaniln? hlfl__ _ I OR.CO ORNriNE HAND-SEWED NflOE. ' ?4.00 HAND-SEWEII WHLT SHOE. I ?3.50 POLtCE AND F.AUMKIiS' HHOE. S2.50 EXT it A VALUE CALF SHOE. ' tH'i.vK i 8'-' WORKINGMXVS SHIIFS. ? ??.0?) und I il.T? BOYS' SCHOOL HHOEfl Alt mailt in Cougress, Huron .ind Luce. ;$3& $25 SHOES la^s. ) R1.7.' SHOE FOR MISSES. i Bent Mate la!. Brut (styl*. Beet FltMax , w. l. Douglas, Drockton, aiasB. Sole by janlleod-6m tu th sat ill ? SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS, The rearon RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER is the most wonderful medicine, is because it has nev? er failed in any in- i stance, no inattei what the disease, from Leprosy to the | (simplest disease known to the human system. The scientific men of today claim and prove that every disease is Caused By Microbes, -and RADAM'S MICROBE KILLER extermiuat s the microbes and drives them out :>f the system, and when that is dont you cannot have an ache i or pain. No matter what the disease, whethera simple case of malaria fever or a combination of diseases, we cure them all at the same time, as we treat all diseases constitutionally. Asthma, Consumption, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Kidney and LiverDisea ;e,Chillsand Fever.Female Troubles, in all its forms, aud, in fact, every diverse known to the human; system. Beware of Fraudulent Imitations. See that c ur Trade Mark (same as above) appears on each jug. Send for book "History of the JOHNSON & JOHNSON. Druggists, Sole agents, Cor. Jefferson and First ave., S.W. i llll'll II FINE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS PROPERTY, IN ANY APRT OF ROANOKE. CALL C OR ADDRESS. L. L. POWELL & CO MP ANY Roanoke, Va. Office, Stewart Building, Third Avenue, Opposite City Postoffice. & COMPANY. ?AGENTS FOR REAL EST AT E Olficc Moomaw Building Jell'eson Street. Sell or Exchange Houses and Lots ?n Roanoke and Vicinity -CORRESPONDENCE SOLIC1TED. G I V E US A CALL. mdi lii ti' S. SHAFER -JEWELER, IVO. 5 Salem Avenue. - - FULL STOCK J?no REPAIRING PROMPTLY EXECUTED PROFESSIONAL. D R. J. T. KILL, Physician and Surgeon, Offers his professional services to tho citizens of Roanoke. Office overBudwell and Christian's. Entrance No. 6 Salem (First) avenue. ?OFFICE HOURS? 8 to 10 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 4.3'? p. in., 7.30 to 10 p. m. sep240m s. griffin. J. ALLEN WATTS.. gRIFFIH & WATTS; ATTORN E YS-AT-LAW, Roanoke, - - - - Virginia. Office : Room No. 5, Kirk's buildim, corner Salom avenue and Jefferson Si. tf ,_ 7 H. S. MORRISON. W. S. GOOCH, President. N. PARTE Vice President. E,H. L. CHILES, Sec'y & Tr, u LD DOMINION INVESTMEN m ? OFFICE: IN CITIZENS' BANK BUILDING-, Roanoke, - - ?_- ? Virginia MAKES AND NEGOTIATES FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENTS. ap5-0m I a. hui a.'wjuL Jrii?^ JL ?X-rf IN FRONT OF PASSENGER DEPOT RQAgSOKg- - z -JL. S?ROIWIA. Commercial Tourists Home, ,,ud IIead(piarters for those desiiing Fir, c-Class Accommodations. Large Sample R?s Fine Par Atlpcbjd S. A. VTCK, Proprietor, Member A. T. B. A. ONE TO FT VE DOLLARS. CUT RATES ON ?AILROAD TICKET BOUGHT OF ME TO AI L POINTS ?5 Real Estate Agents, Have just placed on the market the Beautiful Lots of the HYDE PARK LAND COMPANY, FOR FROM $250 TO $300 PER LOT. At terms to suit all purchasers-? 30 cash, balance in monthly mstallr.eu's at *10 per month. Tl^e are the mo; t beautiful and conveniently locate : lo s the city. Wealsohav Very Desirable Houses In all parts Of the city or, muuihlv payments, stop paying rent nnd got.t once and get n bargain. Francis B. Kemp ol Co ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY COMPANY. VINTON EXTENSION Dummy leaves every hour from cor? ner Jefferson street and Norfolk ave? nue. On and after Sunday, December 3, 1889, the hire will be as follows : City limits, 5 ceuts; Vinton 10 cants. Tickets can he purchased at reduced rates by applying to the conductor or at the oliice of the Company (Didiei building). J. F. CHRISTIAN, jan4-t.f Genrl Manag OFFICES FOR KENT, ROOMS FOR RENT. Olliccs and Roon.3 for reut in the City Hotel Building, which has recently been converted into an olfice buihiing. BEST LOCATION IN CITY. Management intend putting a passeuga eUvator in the building. Electric lights and gas in all rooms. For terms, apply to L. L. Powell & Co., Opposite Postoflict:. my3-tf FUQUA & BOAZ, PRACTICAL Tinners, Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters r. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Oliice Room No. 1, Thomas Build? ing, Court House Square, Roanokc, Va. Ail business promptly attended t> 7 " pT staples, Attorkev-at-La w, Roanoke, Va. Oliice: Corner Salem avenue an I Commerce streets, over Wertzs gro? cery, my M tf. rpi-lOMAS W. MILLER, Attorney-at-Law. Offick?No. Hi Kirk building,over Johnson & .Johnson's Drug Store. aj)2-tf j o. 8. moomaw, i mo. w. woons, Botetourt county. | Roanokc county. Moomaw & woods, ATTORNEYS-AT-LA\7 ?VU nictice in the courts of Roanolc Fj...,t:n., ?twini I'or Water or Hot Mtyanucountj and counties adjoining. W'i 1 ^> ?team ut >"??ror hoc attend the courts of toanoke and Botetourt Air *arnaces egularly. Office?Salem Avcnne, opposiie - tcwart's Furniture Stoic. Round, e. Va j ROOFING, GUTTERING, SPOUTING. 401 JEFFERSON ST., ROANOKE, - - - VIRGINIA. Estimates cheerfully given on this line of work. jeG Cm ARCHITECTS. O. VON NERTA, ARCHITECT. 1405 F. Street, Washington, D. C. Correspondence Solicited. MARSHALL'S MEALS AT ALL HOURS, ?? - ..-.<? ..?-?? . -? ? v"... Ti.-.'w ? ~ ' - - V?-A%-i Hardwood & Slate Mantels, Tiles inntel Facings, Hearths, Plain ml Inlaid Tiles for Floor, 5::. Grates, Brass Goods, and Fire? place Appurtenances. Catalogues furnished on application. Telephons 1482. [Please mention this paper. J W. HARTWELL, Attp*ncy and (Joanselor-at-Lav, j rijQRQPEAIi HOTEIt AND CAFE Office, Room 4, Moomaw Buildim.j Llu^Ui LiniH iiUlLUaPliJ UR1 L JelFersou street, Roanoke city, Va. j p Marshall & Co., Prop rs. Will practice at Salem and in the ati- j joining counties, United States Dis- NUMBER 15, SALEM AVK trict end Circuit Courts and Court 111 ^r^SL,""""":^'0! OPEN DAY AND NIGHT A RCHER L. PAYNE, attor ne v-at- la \v, Roanoke, Va. Office on Commerce street, near Court House. Special attention given to examina? tion of titles to and matters connected with real estate. ti. W. haxsbrough. sam. u. williams. JTANSBROUCtHA- WILLIAMS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room No. 11, - Moomaw Building, Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va. Will practice in the Hustings court of the city of Roanoke, Court of Ap? peals of Virginia and United States district courts. uiar23-tf DR. EDWIN p. WRIGHT. DENTIST, late of Richmond. V: Office in Didier Building, cor. Jeffei son and Campbell streets. Special attention to bleaching dis? colored teeth by a process of his ow 1 invention. All" work guaranteed an I at moderate figures. Terms cash. mv27 3m J. KINNEY, M. D. PRACTICE LIMITED TO Eye, Ear, Throat and Nos: OFFICE?Over O'Leary, Campbe"! street. niy27Gm No. 124 North Howard Street, Baltimore, Md. Vv. A. PEDItiO & CO., J-VINTON, VIRCINf Correspondence Solicited. ap25-3m 'ats P=3 ff ^ c 2 > S X ?viji *ie Ca>^^^ ^ h,j? US ?6 J GEO. ALLEN. C. C. TOMPKINS. 'tC L HATCHER ALLEN, TOMPKINS & HATCHER, REAL ESTATE AGENffTS. OFFICE?Main Street, Opposite Hotel Lucerne. &KALEM, VIRGINIA AGENTS FOR THE SALE OF PROPEjRTY OF WEST SALEM LAND COMPAMY. The Salem Improvement Co. " rtv in all parts of the city. A CgTCorrespondence Solicited The Salem Improvement Co., and all other Salem Djand Companies Prop ertv in all parts of the city. Also,'Farm, Mineral andJCoal Lands. CgrCorrespondence Solicited._> my7-tf J. CrFURROW, W. H.KARLNJLS7 G. F.BURCHETT' j, C. Furr?w & Ox REAL ESTATE AND INSUBANCE AGENTS. OFFICE OVER E. DIDIERS GROCERY STORE. 118 Jefferson Street, - t-Eoanoke. Ya. WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. IN EVERY STY! Rooms handsomely furnished w; antique oak f urn: t u re. DRINKS OF ?EVERY DESCRIPTION,? We keep the following brands ol whiskey on hand: Belle of Nelson, Gibson,Hunter, Wilson, Walker's Old Mait, Alderney and Clover Club. These are among the finest whiseys dstilled. J ISPBilliard and pool rooms attached. feb20-tf RoanoteStreetRailway Roanoka and Driving Park Line. TIME TABLE, Daily Except Sunday Cars will leave for park, at corner Commerce street and Shenandoah avenue at 8.00, 9.30, and 11.00 a. m., 1.30, 3.00 and 4 30 p. m. Returning, leave park at 8.45, 10.15 and 11.45 a.m., 2.15, 3.45 and 5.15 p.m. SUNDAY SCHEDULE. Cars will leave for Driving Park very hour, commencing at 8.0? a. m. ROANOKE AND VINTON LINE. Cars will leave front of Union Pa3 seuger depot daily for Vinton every 30 minutes, commencing at 8.00 a. m. J. F. CHRISTIAN, an 3-tf General Manager. C0NTBACT1NG. Railroad Work, Street fe???j (Wit,W [ -?.uing, ^ ? E.ther m Kurth o'rRoek; ?y the yard or on t?0.?,hv? i?orco Account. If** of? oft* Th?tree,s GRAVES SIMS. manufacturers of -??-l__J^_^ROANOKE, VA TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,,? J^tfflS Ml Of ^Ml? and dealers in all ki ids of COOKING and HE AT 1 .;To\ TjR. W. S. GREGORY, DENTIST, OFFICE- Next door to First Nationa 1 Bank. Salem avenue, Roanoke,"Yra. my30 tf DYEING, CLEANING and REPA1RINC You will save money by bringim your dirty clothes to he cleaned 0 dyed and repaired to me. Ch irge.1 moderate. Work fir^?laaa. E- Walsak, Comer Campbell and Henry streoc Roan oka, Vn. ' H3LSBT 4 BfiOS" Roanoke. v>?~? . !*??. Avenw, le^l? Plumbing and Gas-Fitting, Roofio< Spouting and Jobbing. -o 19 Salem Avenue, ROANOKE VA au5 6ra CommJSa^TRnfn ^te ??Wer John Ott c??b5^an?ke' v? City Bank, SiSSS'Ift. caehier Accounts of banks wf" at ons, merchS S,abnarinkf "'.corpor sohcited. Our facihS ;nd,vidoaIs general baukin-bu? 8 for d^ga to any ?Kf hZTin^1^ Collections a sneciaRv nd7Virff,Dia. remittances made l!m Pr?mpt on time deposits Intere8t allowed ml8-tf E. H;STEWART & CO ?Carry a beautiful line of? JAPANESE GOODS,! tlBSW^^ ANTIQUE OAK DINING M?^c,y and Treas. ?and? WEST F.ND chamber suits. : Brick and Til? Works Afullstockof everythingin the all^? Furniture I in e,J)raioing Tne, &c VnfvessBriek' Campbell street Ro J I 8 ?n West can be found at their mammoth store m- ' ?aaoke> Box feb21-tf I ??JtWl ioahfy, im ||n4 ?E , aysoif