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THE ROANOKE TIMES.!
( ALLY AND WEEKLY) An Independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political nterests of Roanoke and Southwest Vuginia. DO TOC ADVERTISE ? ?'To discontinue an advertisement.' says John Wanamaker, "is like taking down your sign. If you want to do business you must let the public know it. I would as soon think of doing business withont clerks as without, advertising." TWO TOC?H MM. Muldoox and Kilrain were both in town for a short time yesterday. They were on their way to Lynchburg iran* an axhibRioa was to be givea. A conple of weeks ago Sullivan stopped here on his way to Mississippi to stand trial. At that timo in an ia tarview with a Times reporter he ex? pressed tha greatest enmity towards Muldook and that gentleman does uo; seem to hare any love for the geutle man from Ireland. Men who knew Muldoox and Scl mvax are looking forward to their ucr. meeting with anticipations hardly second to thoso with which they wait'j?: fer Sullivan's great ring battles. Thty know that should the champion fighter and his former trainer meet in a barroom, which is most likely, thai chaneea are quite as much in favor of Muldoon getting the best of the en? counter which would probably ensue, as they are m favor of the big bruisjr knocking out his stalwart and active ex-friend. Said one of the few men ic New York, who is the peer of eiths' of them as a wrestler : "I don't want to be brought into this thing, I have my own affairs to attend to. but if a rough-and-tumble barrooir fight comes when Sullivan and Mcl doon meet the wrestler will maka sad sight of the bruiser. Of course, i' Sullivan can keepMuLDoox alarm's length and gets a chance to hainnn: him with bis fists he will do him up easily. But Muldoon is the bettr. wrestler, and, I believe, the bettjr rough-and-tumble fighter of the two He and Sullivan have often wrestled when he was training Sullivan. At a rough-and-tumble you'll see Mul DOON the beat man.'" THE HOHE OF COOPER. Otsego Hall, the home of Jam::. Fenimore Cooper, the novelist, at Cooperstown, was destroyed by fire in 1853, two years after his death. The family built another building on a nev site. In the course of time a nev. street was laid out by the village au? thorities, which included within it; bounds the spot where the old hall once stood. There is no suitable mon 1 ? ment to Cooper in the town which he made famous. A movement is ou to3 to erect one by public subscription Meantime, and as a temporary memo? rial, the Trustees of the village La ? caused a huge- boulder to be planted on the site of the hall on Fair street, an; have surrounded it by au iron leu ;< and have had cut upon a polished face of tha stone an inscription which reads as follows : "On this site stood Otsego Hall, the home of James Fenimore Coopex. where ha lived from 1834 to the day of his death, September, 1351. Built it. 1798 by Judge William Cooper; de? stroyed by fire October, 1853." SUED fix? A FIRE. That Roanoke is in need of a fire alarm system no one will venture tc doubt. The moat important time is that whan tha flames first burst forth. Thee they are comparatively easy to mauago. but after they get a place it is hard to subdue them. The increase, spread and their tongues lick up property worth hun? dreds, yes thousands oi dollars in a fe s moments. If the engines were on hand this would not be. Enough is sometimes lost at one the to pay for the system, and the Council (should see to it that the city is supplied with a fire alarm. 1 LLEGHANYINSTITUTE, ROAN A OKE, VIRGINIA. C. F. JAMES, B. A., D. D., Principal. A flrst-clasa high school for boys and young men. Handsome building, entirely new and well equipped, on the heights overlooking Roanoke. Pure water, pure air and healthful location. Build? ing heated by steam and supplied with bath rooms. Full corps 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 lm Roanoke, 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 NOTICE. A regular meeting of the Stockhold? ers of the Valley Building and In? vestment Company is hereby called at the office of the company, in the citv of Roanoke, Va., August 1st, 1S90, at 12 o'clock, noon. By order of th j Board of Directors. D. H. SCOTT. jy 2 30t Secretary. ROANOKE COLLEGE, SALEM VA. Choice of courses; commercial de-1 partment; Ubrary 17,000 volumes-' good morals; healthful cilmate; yen* moderate expenses. Students fifteen States, Ind. Ter., Mexico, and Japan. 88th year begins Sept. 17th. Illus? trated catalogue free. Address JULIUS. D. DREHER, President, Salem, Va. FOR SALE. A house with eleven rooms, in a de sizable locality. Terms, $6,000, $1,0001 cash and the remainder to suit pur? chaser. Address "BUSINESS" jySTw Times office. GRAND DRAWING OF THE Loteria An la Beaetacia Piis; OF THE STATE OF Z AGA TEC AS, MEXICO A syndicate capitalists have securei the concession for operating this LOTTERY And have extended its busihesi throughout the United States and British America. The drawing will take place on tin 27th of each month, not excepting Sundays and holidays. Below will be found a list of the prize which will be drawn on June 27th, 189? At Zaeatecas, Mexico, and continued monthly thereafter. Capital Prize, $150,000, 100,000 Tickets at $10; Halves. $5 Tenths, $1; American Currency. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 PRIZE OF $130,000 is $150,00 ) 1 PRIZE OF 50,000 is 50,00 1 PRIZE OF 23,000 is 25,00 ,S PRIZES OF 10,000 are 80,00 2 PRIZES OF 5.000 are 10,00 5 PRIZES OF 2,000 are 10,00 I 10 PRIZES OF 1,000 are 10,00' 20 PRIZES OF 500 are 10,00 ? 200 PRIZES OF 200 are 40,00' 300 PRIZES OF 150 are 45,00' 500 PRIZES OF 100 are 50,00 I APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 130 PRIZES OF $150 are $22,50i> 150 PRIZES OF 100 are 15,00 I 150 PRIZES OF 50 are 7,50 > 0?9 Terminal Prizes of 50 are 40,05 : 2102 $524,95 i sP Club Rates: 0 Tickets for $50. ecial Rates arranged witl Agents. AGENTS WANT KD in every towi and city in United States and Britisl America. The payment of prizes is guarantee! by a special deposit of live hundre< thousand dollars ($500,000), with th< State Government, and approved bj Jesus Arechiga, Governor. Drawing under the personal super vision of Lie. Herminio Arteaga, wh< is appointed by the Government a Interventen "I Certify that wirb the Stat. Treasurer all necessary guarantees an deposited, assuring full payment o all prizes of this drawing. "Herminio, Argtbaga, "Interventor." IMPORTANT. Remittances must be either by Nev York Draft, Express, or Registern Letter, American money. Collection can be made by Express Companies o Banks. Tickets sent direct to manage inent will be paid by drafts on Nev York, Montreal, St. Paul, Chicago San Francisco or City of Mexico. Fo. further information address JUAN PIEDAD, Manager. mv21-lv_Zacatecas Mexico. TO-CONTRACTORS Bids for constructing approache to bridges over the Norfolk and West ern and Shenaudoah Valley railroads at Randolph. Henry and Park streets in RoanokeCity, Va? will be receivei until 12 o'clock, noon, August 4th 1S90. Plans and specifications may b< seen in the office of the City Enginee in Court House building. Address bids to James A. M'Connell Chairmau Bridge Committee, Roan oke City, Va., and endorse on envel opes. "Bid for Henry Street ap proaches." '"Bid for Randolph Stree approaches." "Bid for Park Street ap proaches," as the case may be. Bid must be for approaches to eacl bridge, separately. The City Council reserves the riglr to reject any and all bills. No inone} will be paid until approaches are com pleted. and accepted by the enginee in charge, acting for the city. B\ order of City Council for City o Roanoke, Va. fflIIS I CHALMERS. Still keep the largest assortment of HARDWARE In Southwest Virginia. They have just received a large sppulj ?OF? Lap Robes, Horse Covers Breech Loading Guns, ?and? Sporting floods. Miner's and Railroad Supplie A Specialty. 17 and 11? Second Street, southwes KEYWESfloiJun Clear Eavasi Fillsd 5 & iCc. Cigars iiB.'.sn &tabubuxd is?". Oldest and mosi rerabi-; nninu on thn market Sales .nor Ihan double r.ny oilier cnar In the Ui tied Steles. Bales sicca 1B77 r=? over 45,000,000. Sales average pas :rtcntli 1,000,000. Sale3 averr.ee dally 33.coo. BEWARE Of IMITATIONS. Thi* braej and label copyrighted ncl owned ei :lUf:ively by 1he BOUQUET CICCR CO. LTNCllBCRO. Ti For sale by all leading delalers in Roanoke. jaul2 law sun. H. I. LINNEY, SIBERT & CO. Real Estate Agents, Moomaw Block, No. 9. We have a fine list of property from which to select. In location, price and terms, we hope to suit all. If you have PROPERTY To sell or exchange, call. Best of references given. junlG lm PARTIES WISHING BOARD CAN 1. find a select boarding house at 518 Salem avenue. june26lwk. UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION. OVER $1,000,000 DISTRIBUTED. Louisiana State Lottery Gompary Incorporated by the Legislatur :?, for educational and charitable pu ? poses, and its franchise made a pa t of the present state constitution u 1870 by an overwhelming popul. r vote, and To Osminue Until January 1, 1895. Its mammoth drawings take pla-e semi-.innuaiiy, in (June and Decen lier), and it* Grand Single Numb r Drawings take place in each of tl e other ten months of the yen ', and are all drawn in public at tl e Academy of Music, New Orleans, L v. FAMED FOR TWENTY YEAIS for integrity of its drawings, ai 1 prompt payment of Prizes. Attested as follows: " We do hereby certify that wesupe s vise the arrangement for all t e monthly and semi-annual drarrin - of the Louisiana State Lottery Com? pany, and inperson manage and re . - trol the drawings themsclves,and th l the same are conducted with hones f. fairness, and in good faith toward i It parties,and we authorize thecompa y to use this certificate, withfac simit s of our signatures attached, in its a i vertisemerittt."1 Commissioners. We the undersigned Banks a: 1 Bankers will pay all prizes drat, n in the Louisiana State Lotteries whl h may be presented at our counters. R. M.Walmsley,President Louisiai a National Bank. Pierre Lanaux, President State N i tional Bank. A. Baldwin, President New Orlea s National Bank. Carl Kohn.President Union Nat ion d Bank. Grand Monthly Drawim. At the Academy of Music, New C > leans, Tuesday, July 15th, 1S90. CAPITAL PBI3E, SMO.OUO 100,000 Tickets at $20 each; Halv s $10; Quarters, $5; Tenths, $2; Twen? tieths, $1. LIST OK PRIZKS. 1 prize of $:;00,000 is.$300,0 i0 i 1 prize of 100,000 is. 100,0 k> 1 prize of ."0,000 is. 50,0 K) 1 prize of '..'5,000 is . 05,0 ?0 2 prizes of 10,000 are. 20,0 K) 5 prizes of 5.000 are. 25,0 K) 25 prizes of 1,000 are. 25,0 *j 100 prizes of 500 are. 50,< 0 200 prizes of W0 are. Ou.O 0 500 prizes of 200 are. 100.C <Q APPROXIMATION PRIZKS. 100 prizes of $500 are....... $50,0 ?0 100 44 of 'JOOare.? :!0,0 K) 100 44 of 200 are. 20,0 K) TERMINAL PRIZES. 999 prizes of $100 ate. $999.! 0 09!? 41 of $100 are.$99.0 0 8,144 prizes, amounting to....$1,054.8 11 NOTE?Tickets drawing capit 1 prizes are not entitled to termin 1 prizes. A GEMS WAITED. pf" For club rates or any furth r inlormation desired, write legibly o the undersigned, clearly stating yo r residence, with state, county, stre t and number. More rapid return mi il delivery will be assured by your e i closiug an envelope bearing your fi 1 address. IMPORTANT. Address M. A. DAUPHI-N New Orleans, Li , or M. A. DAUPHIN, Washington, D. C. By ordinary letter containing inon? y order issued by all express companit ?, New York exchange, draft or post .1 note. Address REGISTERED LETTERS W5iT.lI MSG ClRRES 7 to New Orleans National Bank, Ne v Orleans, La. Remember that the payment ? f prizes is guaranteed by four Ni - tional Banks of New Orleans, and tl ? tickets are signed by the president I an institution whose chartered righ are recognized in the highest cour ; therefore, beware, of all imitations < r anonymous schemes. Remember that the Supreme Com ; of the United States has "decided tin 4 the Louisiana State Lottery Co., h; * a contract with the State of Louisiana . which does not expire until Januai / 1st, 1895. OCEAN SHORE PARK HOTE, .^VIRGINIA BEACH, VIRGINIA. The Ocean Shore Park Hotel, Vi ginia Beach, in Princess Anne count: i Virginia, at the ocean terminus of th > Norfolk andVirginia Beach Railroa I I offers to the public a long-felt want. It is an ocean shore resort withi i ? the means of all. The hotel is nev , being, its first 6easou, with a first cla.' s : table,: large, airy rooms, and new! r furnished throughout. THE BATHING. The surf batl - ing is unsurpassed by any upon th i Atlantic coast. The absence of an ? undertow being a marked featun. The temperature of the water . ? wanner, and the bathing more pre - longed than on the New Jersey, c ? Long'Island Coast. HEALTH RESORT. As a healt ; resort, it has been pronounced as con ? pared!with Atlantic Citv and For; - ress Monroe, to have many superic ? naturiil advantages, both winter an '. summer. AMUSEMENTS. Surf and sti . water i bathing, Crabbing, Bowling,1 Tennis, Horse-back and Switch-bac . riding may be indulged in. Musi ? throughout the season. The Wester i Union; Telegraph Company has a. i office on the Beach. TRANSPORTATION. There ar seven ! trains daily (except Sunday, each way between Norfolk and Vir ginia Beach. Four trains each wa on Sunday. For all other informa tion address GEO. H. QUACKENBOS, Ocean Shore Park Hotel, je9 tf. Virginia Beach, Va DYEING, CLEANING and REPAIRING You will save money by bringing your dirty clothes to be cleaned oi dyed and repaired to me. Charges moderate. Work first class. E. Waisak, Corner Campbell and Henry streets Roanoke, Va. If , SHENANDOAH VALLEY RAIL KOAP. 8. F. Ttlkr, Eeceiver. Schedule in effect Juno, 2, 1800. ARRIVE at roanoke. 5-00 p. m. Daily?Memphis Expreis, from Hagerstown and the north. Through Pullim.n sleeping cars from New York and Philadelphia :o Chattanooga and Meia phis via Harrisburg, H i gerstown and Roanoke. .40 a. in. Daily? New Orleans ex? press from New Yort, Philadelphia and Rai i more, making connection through [to the sout i Carries through Pullmi .n I palace buffet sleeping c ir | from Philadelphia to N( w Orleans without change via Harrisburg, Hageis town, Roanoke, Clev e land, Calera, and L. & N. R. R. leave roanokk. 5.43 a.m. Daily?Baltimore expre from all points south f >r | Washington, Balthuoi a, Harrisburg, Philadelph n and New York. Ctr ries Pullman palate buffet Bleeping car fro v. Roanoke to Philadelph a without change, via 11 i gerstown and Harrisbui,'. 7.20 p.m. Daily?New York aid Philadelphia exprei s. from Memphis, Clu t-1 tanooga and ; li points south. For Ph 1 adelphia and New Yor i. Carries Pullman Palace bullet sleeping ci r.> through to Philadelpl.il. and New York via Roan-1 oke, Hagerstown and Harrisburg. Ticket agents will furnish all inf< r mation and through schedules up 'u application to O. HOWARD ROY ER. G. P. & T. Agent, Roanoke. Va. NORFOLK & WESTERN RAIL roam. Schedule in effect May llth, 1890. WEST BOUND. LKAVK ROANoKK. 10:05 a m. Daily; arrive Bristol 4.00 pm. Stops at all sta? tions, connecting at R;i 1 ford with trains on Nt w River Branch; arriving!? i cahontas at 3:35 p m. 5:15 p in. Daily, arrives Radford 7. .m p. m., connecting wi 1 New River branch at 7: !.' p. III., for Minefield ;n t Pocahontas; arrives Po( i hontas 10:55 p. m. Arriv -i Bristol 11:20 p. m., co i necting with E. T., V. & Gh R. R. for all poir ti south and west; h; .s Pullman Palace Sleepi r. Roanoke to Rome, \ is Calera and Roanoke c Memphis without chanf. e 7:55 a m. Daily, arrive Radford 9:.! a m, connecting with N< w River Branch, leavi:;f Radford 12:10p.m.,arrh si Bristol 12.40 pm., connec t; with E. T.j V. d; G-. R. t for all points south ai a west; has Pullman Pala ? Sleeper from Roanoke i New Orleans withoi' change. EAST BOUND. lkavk roanoke. 5:25 a m. Daily; for Lynchbuig, I e tersburg, Richmond, Petersburg and R. & P. t R.,) Norfolk and intern e diate points; Connects; v Lynchburg with V. M. i R.forWasliingtonand i u east, leaving Lynchbu y 7:40 a m daily. Arm % Norfolk 2.00 p m eonnec t ing with steamer lines ( Baltimore and New Vor i 7:20 p m. Daily; for Lynchburg ai.e intermediate stations. 10:10 a m. HaUy; arrives Lynchbu <. fj :58 a m,connecting wi t V. M. R. R. for all pointi north, arriving Washin ; ton 7:05 p m; arrives 1 _?? tersburg 4:20 p.m: arriv>t Richmond, via R. & P. t. R., 5:05 p in; arrivesNc r folk 7.00 p in; Cripple Creek Extension?Leav f Pulaski 0:15 a m. Daily except Su i day, and 3:00 p m. Daily, arrive Iva l hoe 0:45 a m and 4:30 p m. Returnii g leave Ivanhoe 10:25 a m. Daily exec >t Sunday, and 5:25 p m. Daily, arri i Pulaski 11:55 a m and 0:30 p m. . All inquiries as to rates, routes, ct>., promptly answered. W. B. Bkvill, Gen'l Pass, anil Ticket Agent. Chas. G. Eddy, vice-president. General Offices. Roanoke. ITHIG - SHAME LIKE SUCCESS, The reason RA DAM'S MICROBE KILLER is the mo t wonderful medicin?, is because it has ue " er failed in any i i stance, no matt r what the diseas ?. from Leprosy to tl e I simplest d i seat c known to the hums a system. The scientific nu a of today claim and prove that evei y j disease is Caused By Microbes, -and Mlll'S MICROBE KILLER i' : exterminates the microbes and driv< s them out of the system, and whe l j that is done j'ou cannot have an acl 2 [ or pain. No matter what the diseas ; whethera simple case of malaria fev< r; ! or a combination of diseases, we cui ? them all at the same time, as we tre; t I all diseases constitutionally. Asthma, Consumption, Cut.-irrl , Bronchitis, Rheumatism, Kidney an 1 LiverDisease.Chillsand Fever.Feraal ? Troubles, in all its forms, and, in fac , every disease known to the huina i system. Beware of Fraudulent Imitations. See that our Trade Mark (same a 5 above) appears on each jug. Send for book "History of th3 JOHNSON & JOHNSON, Druggists. Sole agents, Cor. Jefferso i and First ave., S. W. j i OflnV nnrl TTriTTflTli -THE DANVILLE? COMPANY. ? Danville, Virginia. - W. T. Sutherlin, President. | Geo. S. Sartin, Gen'l Manager. * We are prepared to furnish any am 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 agentt wanted. Mr. B.R. Younger, our agent, it now in the city, and orders can be left with him at Nuchols, Abbitt & Brown's, 24 Gale Building, .Jefferson street. GEO. S. SARTIN, apll-3m Secretary and Manager. L. FINE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS PROPERTY, IN ANY PART OF ROANOKE. CALI, C S OR ADDRESS L. POWELL & C O MP A N Y ' Roanol 2, Va. Office. Stewart Buildrn r Third Avenue, Opposite City Postoffice W.S. GOOCII, President. ST. ? ARTE Vice Pi isident. E,H L. CHILES, Scc'y & Tr, OLD fflffll im m PROFESSIONAL. OFFICE: IN UITIv.ENS' BANK BUILDING, Roanoke, ? ? 1 " ' Vir?inil MAKES AND NEGOTIATE FIRST-CLASS INVESTMENTS. jJR. J. T. HILL, Physician and Surgeon, Offers his professional services to the Citizen? ol Roanoke. Ullice over Budwcll and Christian'H. Entrance No. 0 Salem (First) avenu?;. --OFFICE HOURS? % to 10 a. m., 12 to 1 p. in., 3 to 4.-' 0 p. m., 7.30 to 10 p. in._sep24C a 8. '.Kli'fin. I J. ALLEN WAT0?. gRIFFIK & WATTS; ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Roanoko, .... Virginia. Office : Room No. 5, Kirk's buildin.:, corner Salem avenue and Jefferson S . tf_ ? ok ? "yjROiNIA.? \ Commercial Tourists Home OFFICES FOR REN i\ ROOMS FOR RENT. Offices and Rooms for rent in the Oity Hotel Building, which has recently been converted into an office buildiDf BEST LOCATION IN CITY. Management intend putting a passen;;?; elevator in the building. Electric lights and gas :a all rooms For terms, apply to L. L. Powell & Co., Opposite Postoffice. my3-tf F. IL S. MORRISON. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Hurp Sa* R?. _ . ? . S. A. VICK.Proprie or, Member A. 1. B. ft. .ONE TO FI /e DOLLARS. K w BATES os ''AII.KOA I> TODX bought of ME to A. L 1 Office Room No. 1, Thomas Bud. ; ing, Court House Square, Roauok , Va. All business promptly attended to STAPLES, Attorn k vat- La w, Roanoke, Va. y Office: Corner Salem avenue ai 1 ;> Commerce streets, over Wertz's gr< ' eery. myl4 tf. rjHOMASW. MILLER, FUQUA & BOA-/ PRACTICAL Tinners, PI umbers. Gas and Steam Fitters Heating by Steam, Hot Water or Hot Air Furnaces Attorney-at-Law. ~ ? , * "i? Si a Hardwood & Slaft Mantels, Tiles '.antel Facings, Hearth Plain -nd inlaid Tiles for Floor, Grates, Brass Goods, and F-re? place Appurtenances. ?-s furnished on application. ionk 143? [Please mention this pap* Office?No. 10 Kirk building, oy< r Johnson A" Johnson's Drug Store. np2-tf 0. D. MOOMAW, I JXO. W. WOODS, ISotetourt county. | Roanoke county. IfOOMAW & WOODS, i'l ATTORN'EYS-AT-LA V ? :i : ractice in the courts of Roano e city and county and counties adjoining. W II attend the courts of 'toiinokc andBotetoi *t egul&rly. Office? Salem Avcnne, oppos e tcwart's Furniture Store. Roanoke, Va No. 124 North Howo d Street, Baltimore, Md> \V. A. Pii DItiO & CO., VISTOS VIRGINIA.; roofing, guttering, spoutino. 401 JEFFERSON ST., roanoke, - - - virginia. Estimates cheerfully given ou this hue of work. jeO Cm MAESEALL'S tf A RCHITECTS. o. VON ISERT A, ARCH ITKC I (05 P. Street, Washington, D. Correspondence Solicited. A RCHER L. PAYNE, Attorney-at-law, Roanoke, Va. Correspondence Solicited. ap25-oin. r "3 c f3_ Z o > 2 j?h!] M s nnicr- ou Commerce street, near Couit House. Special attention given to examina? tion of titles to and mutters connected with real estate. J. F. Marshall A- Co.,- Prop'rs. NUMBER 15, SALEM AVF OPEN DAY AND MIGHT MEALS AT ALL HOURS. J. C. FURROW, W. H.l .ARNES, S55S939 HSBSB3BBS1 G.F.BURCHETrl g. w. hansbrough. sail (i. william J.JANSBROUGH & WILLIAMS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room No. 11, - Moomaw Buildin;-, Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va. Will practice in the Hustings court < f the city of Roanoke Court of A] - peals of Virginia and United Stat? s district courts inar25-tf IN EVERY STILE Rooms handsomely furnished w i antique oak furniture. DRINKS OF ?EVERY DESCRIPTION,-?~ We keep the following brands ol whiskey on hand: Belle of Nelson, Gibson",Hunter, Wilson, Walkers Old Malt, Alderney and Clover Club. These are among the finest whiseys dstilled. JSTBilliard and pool rooms attached. feb'20-tf Wm, F. Baker. Wm. H. arklkv ii^SiSuT,] baker imarkley. _.. ... ...._ t,.it.. ! . I Office in Didier Building, cor. Jeff? son and Campbell streets. Special attention to bleaching dh colored teeth by a process of his ow i ' invention. All work guaranteed an l I at moderate figures- Terms cash. my27 3m J.C. Furrow & Co.s \i REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE AGENT; OFFICE OVER B. Dil IERS GROCERY STORE. 118 Jefferson Street,-Roanoke, Y; WE RESPECTFULLY S< LICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. KINN BY, M. D. practice limited to Room No: 9, Second Floor, Moomaw Block, South Jefferson Street, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. City Property, Farms and Minera Eye, Ear, Throat and Nos H apa OFFICE?Over O'Leary, Campbe 1'" street. niy'27' Lands sold. Correspondence ap3-tf Solicited. W. O. HARD AW AY, attorney at law. mmm s.poleico rt A T71T1TA\I \v. I.. Doualn. Shoes ? s CAUTION warranted, ami tverr pi r kukliname and price staniucd o;i botto.. . THE CELEBRATED (Late of the Martinsville Bar.) i Courts: Roanoke and adjoinin : ' counties. Office, Moomaw Buildin- , ! Jefferson Street S. Rooms 3 and 4. janlG tf jos. schlitz, i)K W-s-uKBa,.r; I MILWAUKEE LAGER BEST ?ONLY AT? HOTEL FELIX. UIM?j DENTIST, OFFIC E- Next door to First Nation! Bank, Salem avenue, Roanoke, Va. my30 tf Real Estate Agents AND DEALRS IN STOCK m u w. ^OUE gentlemen Fine Calf and Laced Waterproof Gral . Tho cxcellenco and wcnrlnif qualities of tills sb j cannot lie better shown than bv the stronft tndor; ? menta of IH thousands of constant wearers. Sk-00 Gennine nand-newed. an eleftant ar 1 o stylish dress Shoe which commends Use" . S>5 .00 llaud-pcwed Welt. A lino calf Sh > *9 aneqvaUed for stvle ami durnbllltv. Sg.SO Goodjrcar Welt Is the standard dr< * Shoe, nt a popular price. .? . for railroad men, farmers, etc. All made In Congress, BiJtu.n and Lace. $3 & $2 SHOES ladiej' dteectw"factory enclosing adrcrtlsed prfce. or , Postal for ort? btantai BrocktoB, MaSi Are the Best Sum mer Drink, ONLY AT HOTEL FEIJX. iSce S?mmei Drink. janllcod-6m tu th sat F. Bell & Co. We i>ent out notice amounts due us. Many came ward and promptly settled: but th are still some bills unpaid, which earnestly request may be settled w' out further notice. All accounts not settled during month of July will be placed in hands of an officer with instruc to ."collect according to law." Respectfully -i?j W. K. Andrews &" 'Wr Elvi ti ea ur< sw is a HOTEL FE LI X. engleby ? bros., manufacturers of TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARB. and dealers in all kinds of COOKING and HEATING STOVES Plumbing and Gas-Fittiug, Roofio; Spouting and Jobbing, -o 19 Salem Avenue, ROANOKE, VA. au5 Gin L. F. BURKS, Practical Plumber OFFICE : Rooms 3 and 4, liest 11 jor Eschauge Buildiug. cFMiumT?. Railroad Work, Street Grading, or Excavating of j^uy Kind, Either in Earth orRock, by the Yard or on Force Account. I now have a road machine espe? cially adapted to grading new streets and shaping of old ones. The work ! can be done neater and cheaper than j by any other method. GRAVES SIMS, tf. P. O BOX 20, ROANOKE, VA. ?? l. oorley, rreswouu s p gorlky, Vice President. j.'s/simmoxs, Sec'y audTreas. WEST EN-D Brick and Tile Works, Manufacturers of first-class Brick oi | ^E^L REAL ESTATE AGENTS. Improved and unimproved property fo sale in all parts of the city. RENTING A SPECIALTY The only Agents in the City that Handle Exclusively Prop? erty Inside of the Corporation and are Agents for the Exchni g Building and Investment Company Your patronage respectfully solicited No. 114 Jerlersou street, Rocnoko, V'a. Gray &Boswell au ?-?-? , . WpiB1 n inir nicely decorated in either oil Draining Me, to. Carrcandoit. Campbell street, Roanoke, Va. ?Box,or ?r8.tr GAS and STEAM FITTER. . ?:o? And dealer in all kinds of Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitters' Supplies. Prompt Attention to Orders, ond Satisfaction Gn i::u\v ?i. The Citizens Bail ef Eoanote Iloanoke, Virginia.. Salem Avenue, between Jefferson and Henry Streets, J. B. Levy, President. Late cashier Commercial Bank, Roanoke, Va. John Ott, Cashier. Late cashier -1 Main Street City Bank, Richmond, Va. iM j YNCHBURG, VA. Accounts of banks,bankers, corpor 11^. Pmnmeree Street ! ations, merchants, and individuals 110 Comm ROANOKE VA ! solicited. Our facilities for doing a ier--3uio_1 i general banking business are equal to -I to any banking house in Virginia. "A IT - i t l \ iaV ? Collections a specialty and prompt , wwa.^ww^u o, ojmion> ouu prompt (remittances made. Interest allowed I on time deposits m!8-tf (Late of R. H. Adams & Co., Baltimore.) 0 Shirts to Order Unlaundried, $0-00. t>t-| it rj 0BestShirtstoOrderLaundried,^0.00. J| jj^Jj ||j J.R, HOCKADAY, THE PIONEER mM agent Commerce Street and Salem Avenue ?O' Over Gambitl & Go's. UoailOke v ity, Va. Roanoke Virginia. office. -105 First St., S. W. Tiro ^oauoke Trust. Loan and flafe| Jff;^" TITO ?oauoito xruei, nroa wnu o?? ? ? w -?-._ Dmrr?Tt otwrnany. CfTfl mland.Bitr- x TJOAffiDKRS CAK BB ACC??MO Kii?i,om Pays \mtm ffj* ? tod at S^?3, street, poeitp. drc95-tf, S.W. je3.2w