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merate the name of all w have in stock, but will say :OME AND SEE US. You can sure-'v find e\ >rything that is kept in A3TIRST-CLASS GROCERY STORE.j OUR PRICES WILL S?ll YOU. YOUR PATRONAGE IS SOLKITED. RESPECTFULLY, L. H. BRUGH, J K IT E KSON S'j REET, ROANOKE, VA. At ino jutn-lion of !he North Carol", ia extension and Cripple Creek extension , the Norfolk and Western Railroad A great railroad junction, iu the heart Fthe greatest mining district of So thwest Virginia, aud dcstiued sooa to| ?uk with the grs;u industrial centers of the New South. TUI7 ail n mil ml ui W?l Sell a Private Sale JULY 16th, 1890, 1,000 Lots .it an a verage Price of $300. gently rising grounds overlooking the I All lots are favorably located c eautifal Valley of New Rivsr. The exceedingly low price at whicl isnrt ' 0 in; fcstor? quick an 1 large r. TERMS OF SALE: One third ca Through its excellent raiboad facil; nun haul oi'ike enormous dt posits 0 'he world famous lirnonite ai d mount .?ithiu easy haul of the celebrated 1 :elds. immense lime5toi ing operated w The Wo. 1 Fwrna? th23c lots are placed upon the market, vuras. 1. balance in ouc aud twoyaars. ies, 1VANHOE is placed within miui Gossan Iron Ore, of Carroll County, and ?in ores of Cripple Creek Valley, and also icahontas and Flat Top coal and coke -e quarries are be-| ithin the town, "I? of the New River Mineral 3mpany is already in successful op> -ation, while the Evanhoe Iwn Company, a ler the Presidency of Air. lord;;:; New Y'ork. has been organized for f large capacity. The ex;e lsive mi. djoiniug the town, are already giving The IVANHOE ZINC COMPAN based immense deposits of esceedio eloping, ?.nd will soon erect several: Being ihe only city in the Southern Railroad, IVANflOE, musf become ? >r^ fields and agricultural and timber ?rn North Carolina. S:(uat..:l iu the ?ithiu a short distance of tho Southe. bssesses greater advantage for woe Vast tracts of Red and V? bite oak ear at hand, furnish exceptional < ueut5 or1'1 steam tanneries. A ?->3,000 JTot^l will be reeled r "Vater works, planing m.ll and I ate. De'.og 2,000 feet above the sea. the inouncatn resorts ofiiie world. A hi ?nda half miies on New Kiv:r hes bt Liberal inducements *vtil be offered a connections with the steamship lines, cir and Yaskin Valley aud the She. Ohio River? the Norfolk ami Wester: communication with the gieat mark naps, descriptive pamphlets etc., apr 1 icnt Company, or G. M. S. eley. See. . Mott, of the Mott Haven Iron Works, be purpose of erecting another furnace 35 of the Mud River Mineral Company, employment to a larse 1.umber of men. ?". with a capital of $500,000, has pur ly rich zinc ores, which they are now de? ine furnaces. connection of the Norfolk aud Western great distributing point .'or the innneute "istricts of Southwest Virginia and West aidstofa great wool rais:ng district, and 1 cotton fields. No place iu Virginia en and cotton mills. chestnut, hickory, pine and hemlock, pportunitiea for wood-working establish ouce. rick factory will beerecLedat an early climate is unsurpassed by the celebrated ge tract of level land with a front of on.i u set aside for manufacturing purposes. 1 industries locating here. Through its j die Louisville and Nashville, the Cape andoah railroads and its outlet on the Railroad places IVANHOE in direct lie, North, East, South and West. For ly to the lavanboe Land and Improvc etary, Ivarhoe, Wythe county, Va. W. O. VAN DORAN, President. DIRE JORDAN L. MOTT, owner J. L. OHAS. G. EDDY; vice president V EDWIN EINSTEIN, of New Y 'iver Mimeral Company. GEO. H.SEELEY, of New Y01 tver Mineral Company. W. C. VAN DORAN, Iv ahoe, V (! EN. JOS. A. WALKER Wythe HERBERT G. HULL, New York G. M. SEELEY, Sec'y aud Treas. :tors: Mott Iron Works, Moll-Haven, N. Y. . S W. Railroad. k City. Capitalist and director in New . -sin City, Capitalist and presides! . ... tiiot New _nve : ille, Va 11 arr. .ty, capitalist aud Lawyer. jyl 2w ?rti ? V Estate : Aqents iPFICE, 112 S. JEFFERSON STRE3T, REAR OF ELLIS BROS. STORE. an sell you iOine of the mc3t Desirr. lie businos.s and residence property in Roanoke at reasonable 1 rices, aud the best terms. Oarr ge always ready to take you over the City, 3* WANTED. TAN TED.?Good board for gentle *V man and two little boys. Addres Permanent," Times office, je 20 21 ;,OOM AND BOARD IN A DE j ligktful locality, 106 Fourthave to, ?. W. _J_.nyOO tf WO FURNISH E1) ROO iIS FO1 rent. Apply at 120 4th Avenue, S 33 29 It. ? ICE FURNISHED ROOMS FOI err. ^ixth Avenue, doo s east o. irk;-.;-;. jvytf. [71 ANTED.?A BRIGHT ACTIVI 5 boy to feed presses at Hammond", nntin?^ Works. Apply at once. N ARR THE SIGN WRITE-.1, COR ner Third avexue aud Fi.st ttreei -r. W. uar6-tf i RINi'SR WANTED, EXPONENT Blnefield, Vest Va. Good steady man. A nan whe . ..l^K a iob press preferre 1. ,jy 2 tf._ 0 iRDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO ? 1 at Ror er Park Hotel. Nicel] ?niah'ed rooms. Large rrottnds, set with the best the market (fords. MRS. CRAWFORD. iar27-tf Proprit toress. vI^T))-SUMMER BOA 3DERS Person., desiring to sp.md the bs of July and Angus among emountains, will address at once. 3. Wm. H. Overstreet. TLaston's, r|L Residence two and a half miles ? m Norfolk and Western railroad, ? > six miles west of Bedford City, ?.maje and water unsurpassed for ,1th. Evenings delightful, nights: ol and refreshing, house commodius . ( airy- Terms $20 per month : v at eod. FOR RENT.-THREE FURNISHED rooms for gentlemen at 802 Firsr street, S. E. jy4 3t WANTED AT ONCE-A FIRST class moulder. Blnefield Iron Works, Blnefield. W. Va. jy 4 3t. PRE E.?STENOGHA1 i ,* A?TD typewriting free. Firs; c lass facil? ities and best of teachers. Address with stamp for return postage. THE PARISH MFG. CO., no9tf Parish, N. Y. I OST.-ON YESTERDAY AFTER Li noon, a plain leather pocketbook, containing $97 in notes. R. E. Mene fee's name is on the inside of the book. Finder will be liberally i& warded by returning same to TiMHB office. J. A. FRITH. je27 Ct A LLEGHANY INSTITUTE, ROA N ? OKE, VIRGINIA. C. F. JAMES, B A., D. D., Principal. A first-class high school for boys and young men. Handsome building, entirely new and well equipped, on the heights ovei looking, Roanoke. Pure water, pure air and healthful location. Build? ing heated by steam and supplied with bath rooms. Full crops of ex? perienced teachers. Students pre? pared for advanced classes of College or University, or for business life. Send for catalogue, to Principal Alleghany Institute. jy 4 1m Roanoke, Va. FOR SALE. A house with eleven rooms, in a de5 sirable locality. Terms, $5,000, $1,000 cash and the remainder to suit pur? chaser. Address "BUSINESS" jy 8 lw N TIMES office. Hl BR?GE ?AT TJIEIR? NEW STORE NO. 110 COMMERCE STREET, Offer This Week DRESS FABRICS of every descrip? tion, suitable for the HOT MONTHS. '-vi i.iius ia Persian Mm-s a '> j 'dun r oih in the most ex quisite designs. Satin striped Batistes, at T2Jc yd., in strikingly stylish figures. White Goods of every description, in plain, plaid and -triped materials, at city prices. Cashmere Ombre Satines, entirely new, at 12ie; worth 20c. New Lace Flouncings and Net in the largest assortment. New (iiughams, Outiugs, Percales and Prints, very cheap. New black wool Etamine, latest summer fabric. New Silks in India, Pongee, Failles, Pean de Soie, at astonishingly low prices. New wool Challies, at 20c yd, in the most artistic designs aud colorings. Swiss Flouncings aud Embroideries in full assortments. 50 dozen Hemstitched Handker? chiefs, this week at 5c. Special Bargains iu Corsets, Hoisery, Gloves and Underwear. The ladies are all cordially invited to call aud inspect the new things we are constant lv opening. flEIRONIfflUS & BB?GH 110 Commerce Street, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, tf A CARD TO THE PUBLIC. WE TAKE PLEASURE IN An? nouncing to the put lie that we are receiving daily our -SUCH AS A PINE' LINE OF DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS ?TU MA'IVH.? We make a specialty in mourning Goods.300 piecesof Dress Ginghams from 6 cents upwards. We have a splendid line "of'Powells, Napklr.8 and Table lines. Our Motion Departing SUCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS, LA g'dies' and Children's Hose.cannot be j surpassed in Roanoke. WE HAVE JUST [RECEIVED over one thousand pieces of Swiss and Hamburg Edgings, flu WVtST"" black and-. r%*.tfFESKn*s in I ..nice. Not Make up any More ' Underwear when you can buy them at 20 cents and 5!) cents apiece in gowns as well as skirts. Try one of our Kabo Corsets as they are guaranteed for twelve months We Are the Agents for the Foster Kid Gloves, the best on the market. We Keep a Full Line ol Beaded Capes as low as $2.00 a piece. In Fact You Can Find Any? thing that is kept in a first-class dry goods house at the lowest prices. Do not pass us by, but come in. ?s we take a pleasure in showing goods. I. BACHRACH, 122 SALEM AVENUE. tt STOCKHOLDERS MEETING.? The Stockholder* cf the Roanoke Building Company are hereby re? quested to be present at a meeting to be held Monday, July 30th, 1890 at 12 o'clock m., at the office of th? Roanoke Loan, Trust and Safe De? posit Company. jy2tf FOR SALE.?ONE HORSE AND r Buggy. The buggy and harness are new. Tbe horse is as gentle as a lamb. A most excellent family horse. Ladies can drive him anywhere with perfect safety. Price 8350 complete. Call or address J. T. HALL, TIMES office. jy2 tf NOTICE. A regular meeting of the Stockhold? ers of the Valley Building and In? vestment Company is hereby called at the office of tbe company, in the citv of Roanoke, Va., August 1st, 1890, at 12 o'clock, noon. Bv order of the Board of Directors. D.H.SCOTT. jy 2 80t "ZZZ Secretary. KOANOKE COLLEGE, J SALEM VA. Choice of courses; commercial de? partment; library 17.000 volumes good morals: healthful cilmate; very moderate expenses. Students fifteen Statjs, Ind. Ter., Mexico, and Japan. 38th year begins Sept. 17th. Illus? trated [Catalogue free. Address JULIUS. D. DREHER, President, Salem, Va. YOUNGE. Architect and Superintendent. Roanoke, Va. Room 6, Didier Build? ing. All classes of public and private buildings. Artistic interior work, and decoration a specialty. jy4tf ABOUT THE CITY SHORT ITEMS GATHERED BV TIMES REPORTERS. INTERESTING AND NEWS! ITEMIi Moonlight Drives to Snltiu An Altoi - ntlou in the West End Yards Sick at Their Home iu WeM Roniiohi-. A Stew l>e?ot at Basic City. Only a few drunks were before the mayor yesterday. W. P. Matthews, of Lynchburg, is at the Continental. Mr. John Kinnier, of Lynchburg, '$ registered at Hotel Felix." Mr. Of. X. Petty, ofl-'n.nl Royal, Va., is in the city prospecting. Mr. A. M. Stoverand wife, of Mont? gomery county, are in the city. W. P. Pierson, of Lexington, Va., is registered at the Continental Hotel. Misses Lillio and Mary Kinnier, of Lynchburg, are visiting relatives id the city. Moonlight drives to Salem are be? coming a frequent and most deligh - ful recreation. Engine 208 was slightly disabled at West End yards yesterday evening, and was taken to tin-simps for re? pairs. Mrs. Sarah Garner and her daugh? ter, Mrs. W. 1). Waiden, arc botil quite sick at their home in Wei t Roanoke. It is said that the Shenandoah Val? ley Railroad Company will erect a handsome union depot at Basic Citj in the near future. The stationary engine at t he Bridg s water Carriage Works has been placed iu position, and the.portable|engij < heretofore used will be dispensed with. Mr. A. W. Finch, a merchant of Buchanan, is a guest at Hotel Feli :. An exchange says the shirt has con e to stay. Please allow it a washing furlough occasionally. Mr. Harry Garman, of East Roan uoke, is visiting friends in PulUski county. This is the lirst holiday 1 I has had in three years' steady wor.:. Re is the efficient Greman on the yard engine for Roanoke Machine Work;. W. H. (Jonner, foreman of the tin working establishment of Brewer ai ' Sons, went to Roanoke yesterday i< superintendent the putting up oj some galvanized iron cornices on a a business block in the '"Magic City " ?Bristol Courier. Mr. A. q. Betts, of Springfield, Mi . has arrived in the city, aud is qua ?? teredat the Head House. He is to favorably impressed with theente* prise anil progress displayed by oi i citizens, that he contemplates remai i inghere. Hisbusines is that of a oo t tractor. A colored cart driver named Htl laud and a mule became engaged a an altercation in the West End yeste ?? day, which terminated by the" mu e striking him a severe blow in the fai i with his bind foot. Holland's fa. * was badly lacerated and his injuiy quite painful. Mr. Thomas Goggin returned y< - terday from a two day's recreation < i the James, with a fish story. He sai i that among a large number ot t! < finny tribe which he had succeeded . n capturing, was a black bass weighing five pounds. A fish that size is a whopper. Pilgrim* tu tlieShrine ttfUymmn. Two couples from Glade Spring.. Va., in company, sought Tennessee f ' Gretna Green'' yesterday, that they each might here join the course (f their lives for the remainder < I their earthly pilgrimage in a sing t stream. They came in on the belate i noon train, which arrived in Brist? 1 at about 2:40. They at once song! t the parlor of the Nickels House, where the two expectant bridegrooms. le,*w. the brides-elect ~^>?0*^;~-- ) toita*1 * i letiveT ??uiiC tnej weit .t?m^ Tjer m search of the needed 1 - censes. In a short time they returne 1 to the hotel parlor, and at about I o'clock, in presence of quite a com? pany of witnesses, the couples, or i after the other, stood up before Eld( r A. H. Burroughs, and pledging to or e another their troth, and making li - ting vows as to loving and cherishii:; each other till death should then part, the brides and grooms were re? spectively joined in the holy bonds of matrimony, to live together in tint state according to God's ordinance. The respective couples were M Walter Hawthorn and Mattie 1 . Owens, and Mr. Francis M. Cook ani Miss Stoots. It was the first t hue tin t the elder had been called upon toofi - ciate at a double wedding. A Witty Scotch Lad. A farmer's boy in Scotland was brought up, charged with pushing i girl into a mill pond. In pleading hi s case he said he did not push her in. h ; was only "gaun to do't;" whercupo i the bailie summarily informed hii i that '"do't" and "gaun to do't'' weri all the same, and that ho would hay ? to pay a fine of ten shillings or go for ten days to gaol. The boy, not hat - ing the necesfary wherewithal, wa;i allowed to go and get it from a friene. In a little while he was again see.i standing in court, when the baili \ asked if he had paid his fine yet. "No,"' said he, "but I was gaun to do't. an' as ye say 'do't and gaun to do't was the same,' I'm thinking you an' me'il be clear noo!"1 The Cigarette Machine. The Universal Cigarette Mach in1 was on exhibition before a large num - ber of people yesterday, and they al! expressed themselves as very much impressed with its utility. The machine will be exhibited today a Wellford's warerooms on Jefferson street. The Hobbie Music Co., Lynchburg, Va., is headquarters for Pianos am Organs, they are selling them at lower priceB and on easier terms than an> ; other house in the country. The foi j lowing are some of "the many'' they' handle: Webber, Kranich and Bach and Knabe Pianos and Estey Organs Compare their prices with other deal? ers and be convinced. The Universal Cigarette Machin?' will be on exhibition this morning a; 11:30 in the ware room of W. N. Well ford, jr., & Co.. on Jefferson street Stock books will be opened at tlw! time. Come and see it. The machine will speak for itself. Francis B. Kemp & Co. The three outlets of disease are the bowels, tbe skin and the kidneys. Re? gulate their action'with the best puri? fying tonic, Burdock Blood bitters. On May 12th we sold our coal, wood and lumber business to Messrs. J. C. F. Bell & Co. We sent out notices of amounts due us. Many came for? ward and promptly settled: but there are still some bills unpaid, which we earnestly request maybe settled with? out further notice. All accounts not settled during the month of July will be placed in the hands of an officer with instructions to "collect according to law." Respectfullv, jy2 W. K. Andrews & Co. r Why Support the Home Paper? Why? Because, if for no bcttei reason, tho home newspaper support you. You wake tip once iu a while perhaps, and forsaking your private business, in which for years you hav< been immersed, you turn out an< spend a day or an hour for tho puhli< good?at the polls fighting against ih? re election of a boodlcr, at a publi. meeting talking for water works o>' some new enterprise?and then youre turn to your pursuit, leaving the news paper to clinch tho victory or protec the retreat, as the case may be. The newspaper man bus been so Ion; tho watchman on the tower, or th > man on guard, that Iiis service in tin ; line is taken as a matter of course. au>. the value of that service lias fallen too far in public appreciation. lint the newspaper man is not whin? ing. He cures whether his service i i appreciated or not?everybody who i; anybody is sensitive to appreciation c ? the denial of it; but he knows whc.5 j belongs to Iiis guild, and knowing, h i is going to continue his performance. Still, when reasons are wanted forsuj ? porting the homo paper, it is fair t5 say that the newspaper .should be sui ? ported because it is a daily publi*. j benefit, contending for the public goo I when tho public itself is drowsy Of slumbering deeply. Hut that, you may say, is a senti? mental reason; so it is, partly. Nj , self respecting newspaper ?nun woul I urge it alone. The strict business res - [sou for supporting the homo paper s that it pays, directly, as well as iud - rectly. Let two men try two opposite policies. Let duo man advertise in tl -j j home paper?riot putting iu an ''ad " written iu a minute on a scrap of p. - per, but preparing an aunouncemci t with caru and study, changing it fr - qucntly, always with the same cur, and keeping the scries going steadily. Let the ot!:' r man try any plan J e pleases of pushing business?chronic , prizes, brass bauds, balloon real esta o tricks, personal solicitation from hou-e to house anything lie pleases?ai 1 sec how it will conic out. For thesan e money the newspaper advertiser wi 1 beat the oilier man two b> one.' .ln.'.v Fonrlli E.vcnretlon. Via Norfolk and Western Railroa . Norfolk. Old Point, Virginia Beac ., 1 fcean View, t inly one tare for roui i trip. Tickets sold on July 3rd at 1 Ith. good until July 7thon all reguli r passenger t rains. j v ':; 4. Choice Lot Snlv. The Bedt.>rd ('iry Land and Ii - provement Company announces a sa e o'choice lots on the 5th day of Jul , is'.io. The number of lots is limit? I but choice, and they will be sold c 1 moderate terms. Everybody is offer? I an opportunity to make big mone;?. It was intended to have this sa j earlier, but it has been postpom 1 until after the exercises at the dedic ? tion of Randolph ftlacon Academy ? 1 the fourth of July. Large nuiube s ot our citizens and distinguish*: .1 guests, among them several bishop , clergymen, United Senators and tl ? governors of some of the Southei 1 States, will bo precent to witness tl 3 splendid programme prepared \ ? President Smith, closing with t magnificent display of lire works .t night. We earnestly request all visitor.-; : > remain over rill the tilth and attec 1 tills salt-01 iota; ai: yt it?? -?1 ?. agents are agents lor the company. The same lot will not be sohl to sc - eral purchasers, but as soon as a sa > is affected it will be placed on tl.? bulletin board. The company h: s put the price low to induce persons 1 ?> build, ami with all who will contra? : to build houses special terms will 1 ? made. It is not the policy of th.s company to boom. It offers lot . which will double iu value iu si ? mouths, at low rates to bring citizei s to the town. J. M. Berrv, presides . p-B- y.]-v\^v-.vic- ^. 1 ? fi^p!y,>o'ell, secretary, of Bedford Cit Land .-iud Improvement Company. Bedford City, June 21. \ juue'J'jtojulyO. I Mrs. L. R. Ammen, corner Con - i mercc and Campbell streets, will f< r the next thirty days beginning Moi - day. June 30, close out her entn ? stoek of millinery and not ior.< at cos . Come early and secure bargains. june20-twk? Dou t Trade lor It. All persons arc hereby warm 1 against buying or trailing for certil - catcsof stock of the Baltimore an 1 Ohio Lund Company, Salem, Va . number lis'. 69, To, 71, 7-.', 70, 74, 75, 7-. 77, 7iS. 70, 80, as they were i.-sned b ' mistake. H. G. Buowa*, President. SPECIAL I.OCAJ. NOTICES* Mattresses of all kinds made to orde * by L. H. Stewart ? Co. je21-1' Marshall's Cafe?Tlx- popular n - sort, furnishes a first-class dinm ? daily from 1 to U tor 50 cents. ap5-tf ?P'r.ster your le>use with Marbl 1 Rock ?me, best on the. market. Ifyo : don't believe, it, call on Caruer & Co.. sole ageuts. Remember they are th ; cheapest sash, 'icor and blind nianufat ? ttrers iu the city. Satisfaction gaarar. ? eed. t Buy jour cooking stoves from M.E Jennings & Co., near market housr Salem avenue. t Arti3ts material at Pickon's. janl7-tf Stoves ! stoves ! stoves ! cbeape ? thau ever at M. II. Jennings & Co. Saicm avenue, near market house. oct7-tf For lire insurance call at the Offic of the Roancke Trust, a-oan and Sf.f. Deposit Co. dec28-tf Geyer, the Campbell street Tailo, carries a large and select stock 0 goods in his line. my20 tl Go to Geyers to get your sprin, and summer suits. iuy20 tf. A lar<;e and beautiful stock of car pets and rugs in newest styles can b' found at E. H.Stewa rt & Co.'s. je21-f t Akers A White have just received t. fresh car load of melons, on marke, today. je28 lm. The best- fitting and most stylish suits in the city at Geyer's, on Cam] bell street. my20 tl Marshall's Cafe?For a full cours< dinner served in A 1 style daily from 1 to o for 50 cents. ap5-tf All onr actions take their lines fron the complexion of the heart, as land acr pes their variety from light. Refrigerators and ice chests of var- i ions makes and sizes at E. H. Stewart j A Co.'s. je2l-tf. ! The largest stock of lace curtians'ir. I the city and at bottom prices at E.H. Stewart & Co.'s. je21-tf j An elegant assortment of chamber and parlor suits have just been re-; ceived by E. E. Stewart A; Co. je21 ; Notice the prices on clothing in f EPis Pros.' window, jnlyl-lwk Mrs. L. R. Ammen, corner Com ? merce and Campbell streets will for the next thirty days, beginning Mon-' day, June 30, close ont her ? entire stock of millinery and notions at cost. Come early and secure bargains. je 29 lw. , All persons having property for sale j should list at once with Oscar D. Derr 1 & Co., No. 10 First avenue S. W., Roanoke Va. je28tf Messrs. Johnson & Johnson hav< secured the sole agency in this cit;. for Radam's Microbe Killer. Our Mr Louis Hall has been suffering fo? some time with lung trouble. H< 81 a; es that since using the medicin? he has experienced great relief, am thinks he will ultimately regain hi health. _ tf. All that are indebted to the lat firm of H. Hi Brownlee & Son, ar hereby requested to come forwar and settle their accounts at once. Respecfully, Mus. E. H. Biiownlke, jy2 lw No. 0, Second street, S. "W A beautiful stock of English, Amei lean, and French plain and decorate china tea, dinner and toilet sets at i H- Stewart & Co.'s. je21- ' Having secured the services of a ?. experienced and expert paper hangt ? and draper and carpet layer we ai i now prepared to do all work in th i line in a proper and satisfactory mai - ner. E. H. Stewart & Co. je2l-t . Seal Estate Agents, There has been wonderful a? - tivity in city real estate in th ; last two weeks, even fo Roanoke. Several hundre 1 thousand dollars worth of pr< - perty changed hands at hand - some profits. One lot fc r example, which sold for seve i thousand five hundred dollai 5 eight days ago, was reso! 1 yesterday for eleven thou and dollars. Dozens of simi lar examples might be give: . Have you been making an/ money dealing in Roanoke REAL> ESTATE? Well, if yo u haven'tits yc j own fault. KE AL"EST AX JS A?t J JEFFERSON STREET. SHE MR I Q,uit Paying Rent. BUY I0? A A great majority will, of course, say I am not able. I have only a small ii - come and my family must be su] - ported. How Can I Buy .? Home With Small Means ? -)0( A Very Easy Question T< Answer. National Capital Savings Building and Loan Society, -OF North : America, Affordst a means by whicl every individual can own his own CHOMEJr by being careful with your earnings. | For particulars reg-arding stock and tht i manner by which you can secure e j home, apply to CHA8. B.ffllGP^' I GenerpK FIRST-CLASS BUTTER CAN ALWAYS EE FOUND, AT W. W. MARSTON'S inarmf GROCERY, 148 SALEM AVENUE. C. H. JORDAN, c Ii. N. McCANDLlSH, E. H. CLOWES. Buena Vistii^Virginia^ REAL ESTATE, STOCK AND INSURANCE. mylS 3m. Buy a Lot in Fairro pifj. At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the FAIR VIEW CEMETERY COMPANY, It was decided to put their lota on the market at once. As I was appointed asrent for tha bale -' these lots, I will take meat pleasure in takiug my fri?nds and the public, at any time, to see them. The company lias recently, at con? siderable cost, improved aud beautified the grounds, which makes it one of the handsomest cemeteries in the city. Parties purchasing prior to the 1st of September will be allowed a discount of ?0 por cent. TEAMS ALWAYS READY. Respectfully, J. Fl. FEATHERSTON, Of Fcatlieraton, Andrews & Co., 1 i? tf. 32 ^Campbell stre t, Roanoke, Va FRED C FOARD, North Carolina. IL D. DOWNEY, Erederick, Md. W. 0. HARD A WAY. Amelia Co., Va. FOARD, REAL ESTATE AGENTS, ROOMS 3 aud 4, MOOMAW BUILDING, JEFFERSON .STREET ROAN? OKE. VIRGINIA. Will buy aud sell Real Estate in Roanoke and any other section of S nthv ?:; Virginia. . Parties liaving land to eel!, houses to rent or wiping to rr.rd-.c inu^lmcnts iu Real Estate will do well by communicating with u.s at once. Si x New Six-Koom Houses for Bale. Situation Central, Commanding Fine Views. Prioe? rno terato. Terras easy, Property iu all parts of the city for lor Sale. juu ?rnn t-r??-?-mm-t.: LAIN O. GENTLEMEN: Never in the remarkable history of-our big and fast increasing tra or dui ing any of our former great Special Salsa, has there been such U niversal Satisfaction , such demonstration approval or such an out-pouring of the people .? our wonderful and unprecedented 69.7-5 and 811,75 Special Sale. Th ? ' > were gobbled up in a few days, show? conclusively how they were apprei i 1 -1. THIS AND NEXT WEEK WE ARE READY WITH Hot Weather Things. Boys' summer coats ami vests, G5c to $2.00 Mens' ofhee coats, (good ones) 50c; seersucker coats and vests, 85c; genuine India Seersucker coats and vests, for $1.75. AU shades, Mohair and Pongees from $300, coals aud vests, to $0.00. White and Fancy Vests are quite the thing, and largely worn this season, aud wc are selling lots of thembecause we have a large and line stock, and our prices are extremely and invitingly LOW. 1 Corner 3d Ave. and Jefferson Street. MEFS SUITS FROM 15 TO $25. BOYS' SUITS FROM $3 TO # CHILDREN'S SUITS FROM $2 TO $10 MEN'S. P' YS', YOUTHS, ?AND? CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS, IN ALL STYLES SATO-LIKED A SPECIALTY. Furnishing Department Complete CLOTHINGLY FRANK BROS. <i Wright Block Jefferson Street. /