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THE BOllfOKE TIMES.
(DAILY AN D WEEKLY) An Independent Democratic pa ter devoted to the material and political nterests of Roanot.e and Southwest Viiginia. OO YOU ADVERTISE ? ''To discontinue ..a adverti3emen ,M says John Wanam er, "is like tak ug down your sign. II you waut to do business you must "-;t the public kn >w it. I would aa soon thiuk of do og business without clerks as without advertising." PUT CPT'IE MONEY. The city of Roanoke is in need of J money and it is wanted badly. This is the time nrits public-spirited citizens to step foi vard and oiler hdp. First of all bonds f v $200,000 have to J be issued on accotn. t of the Roanoke and Southern roar Then the ovar head bridges acros- the railroad ^ -ill have to be built ar 1 next will coma -he expenses of the cif government. To meet all this -noney is requir )d5 and there is no money in the city j treasury. The hu>s session of he Legislature dealt a blow to Roam ke that will not soon ue forgotten. The representative fro-n this distiict is aloue to blame. He was sent to Richmond to watel over the interests of Roanoke and he failed to do so. Men represeutii'i: other grow ug cities protested am) nad their districts excepted. Mr. V oods should h: ve known that the increase in Roanoke real estate would I: very great, i ml he should have explained the mattei. It wok Id have veen a very er.sy task to have ha.'this city except :d, but it was not don: aud we will hi ve to suffer the con- ermences. But .ve believe that there "rejenough public spirited business men in this city to furnish the money i ) carry on our i im? provements. AT IT * GAIN. A dispatch from Alexandria, Mo., says: "'People li..og north of tins place haye been be lly frightened re? cently by the appi ranee of a w !d man.1' If wild men wer?, considered dan? gerous in booming, speculating Soul h west Virginia, the women and chil? dren in that region would be in a cc u stant frenzy of frL- it.?Danville Ri g ister. * Southwest Virgil/a is all right. Dan? ville should be the .ast place in V r ginia to sneer at th; .the most prcs perous seetion of tl State. The Register he been proclaim! ig first, last and alwa; that the town in which it is publish; I would reach it least 15,000 inhabi'nts. Now it is forced to admit tha: there will ho bat 12,000. We are sorry th: this is the cat o. W* are also sorry hat the Register should take occasio:. to spread abroad innuendoes against a section cf t ie country destiued to the insrtume it which will put the Old Dominica n her old place at the .-ad of the pro? cession. GROWING F 1 CK.WARDS Bristol, Va., by 'oe census is givtn just 2,940 population. By the constitutum of the .State tl is is just 2,051 less th j the constitute n requires to make a ity. Bristol tie ,!< not reach the ligur. required and it will have to step do?u. This means nothing more or lei 3 than the repealing of the charter iy the Legislature and . de abolition of tl e city government, und the Hastings court. The Richmond Dispatch sugges.3 that the town to get out of the difii culty should extend rts limits a courle of miles. This wilL volubly be done and the town sittin; astraddle of tie border will remain ?<? city. RATT'S "f jp&llXER Si For Bed |*'?e?Blt6p ln?p?k*> Sold by Budwell, i Jhristian & Ba? bee. _ jvlO tf >v ntarrhRrmed V Instautly relieve! and speedily eure? cat&rrb. W hy ? ? you suffer? Oswl 1 j ?U infallible cur? Sold by Budwell Juristian &Bai bee._jylOtf. GENERAL OFfiOES OF THE Pittsburgh Dmlput Conpv Rooms 6 and 7 Masonic Temple. To the Hosiers of PITTSBURGH DEVELOPMENT Co. (or Carnegie City) Stock. PITTSBURGH DEVELOPMENT CO. "This certifies that . has paid the sum of seven dollars pe1 share (To wit: Two Hollars in cash and five dollars in stt -k dividends) or .shares of the mpital stock o! the Pittsburgh JDe> elopment Com? pany, of the par value of ten dollar.' per share. "A full paid certificate will be is sued after all the installments havf been paid and on the surrender ol the certificates." A duplicate of ubo-re will be given to any stockholder presenting treas? urer's receipt at his o ace in Exchange Building, room 46. J. B. KVT. jylS 3t_St.. y and Treas. OKAY'S SPECIF I MEDICINE. 1radb mark The G at TRADE mark English i. em .edy. An ?'.n 1 failing cure for Semiual Weakn e s s, Spermator rhea, Impo 'lSFBXif1Q[IH8.teiicy, undapte|| taYisb. aU diseases that follow as a sequence of Self-Abuse; as loss f memory, Uni? versal Lassitude,pain in the back,dim? ness of vision, premat *re old age, and many other diseases t* "t lead to in nity or consumption and a preema ur? grave. CITFuU particulars; a our pamphlet, which we desire to se- 1 free by mail to every one. (g?*The Specific Medi? cine is sold by aU drue gists at $1 per package, or six paci .ges for $5, or j will be 6entfree by m? ! on the receipti of the money, by ado <sssing THE GRAY MEDICINE CO., Buffalo, N. Y. On account of counterfeits, we have adopted the YeUow Wrapper; the only genuine. Sold In Roanoke, Va.j^by Budwell, Christian & Baxbs?. janW'd ly GRAND DRAWING OF THE Lotfria ?e la Beneflcencia Publica OF THE STA TE OF Z AC A TEC AS, MEXICO, A sy idicate capitalists have secured tt 3 concessiou for operating this LOTTERY And have extended its business i aroughout the United States aud British America.; Tie drawing will take place on the 27th of each mouth, not excepting Sundays and holidays. Below will be found a list of the prizes which will be drawn on J jne 27th, 1890, At Zacatecas, Mexico,1 au;l continued monthly thereafter. Capital Prize, $150,000. 100,t '0 Tickets at .$10 ; Halves. ?5 ; T nths, $1; American Currency. LIST OF PRIZES: 1 PRIZE OF $150,000 is $130,000 1 PRIZE OF 50,000 is 50,000 1 PRIZE OF 25,000 is 23,000 ;> PRIZES OF 10,000 are 80,000 2 PRIZES OF 5,000 are 10,000 3 PRIZES OF 2,000 are 10,'HX) 10 PRIZES OF 1,000are 10,000 20 PRIZES OF 300 are 10,000 200 PRIZES OF 200 are -10,000 ?00 PRIZES OF 130 are 43,000 500 PRIZES OF 100 are 50,000 APPROXIMATION PRIZES. 130 PRIZES OF $150 are $22,500 150 PRIZES OF 100 are 15,000 150 PRIZES OF 50 are 7,500 999 Terminal Prizes of 50 are 40,050 2102 $521,050 Club Rates : 6 Tickets for $50. Spe;ial Rates arranged with Agents. AC EN TS WANTED in every town and ? ity in United States and British Ann; ica. TL 1 payment of prizes is guaranteed by a special deposit of five hundred thou-and dollars ($500,000), with the Star. Government, and approved by Jesu- Arechiga, Governor. Dv .wing under the personal super I visio i of Lie. Herminio Arteaga, who is aj pointed by the Government as j Inter ventor. "I Certify that with the State j Trea urer all necessary guarantees are j depo ited, assuring full payment of all p. izes of thi> drawing. "Heritixio, Argtkaga, "Interventor." IMPORTANT. Re: tittances must be either by New York Draft, Express or Registered Letrt *, American money. Collections can V s made by Express Companies or Bank-;. Tickets sent direct to manage? ment will be paid by drafts on New York Montreal, St. Paul, ChicagOi San 1 rancisco or City Of Mexico. Foi furth ir information address JUAN P1EDAD. Manager. luv 1-1V Zacatecas Mexico. THE DANVILLE? N?FSERY anfl CREEN HOUSE COMPANY. Danville, Virginia. W. T Suiherlin, President. W Geo. S. Sartin, Gen'I Manager. We are prepared to furnish any and all ki ids of fruit, shade and ornamen? tal ti .'es, plants, vines, etc., in any quan ity. Fine lot of roses and bed? ding "lants, and anything in the the nurse y line. Write us before buying. Catal 'gue sent free. Goood agents want d. Mr. B. R. Younger, our agent, if now i i the city, and orders can be reft i ith him" at Nuchols, Abbitte Brow i's, 24 Gale Building, Jefferson street GEO. S. SARTIN, apl -8m Secretary and Manager. fflr^PNATIONAI TYPEWRITER. A strictly first-clans machine. Pu;lv warra: ted. Made from very ?;est mr tericl, by skilled workmen, and with the best tools that have ever ceen devise- for the purpose. Warrauted to do .11 that cau be reasonably ex? pected of the very best typewriter exiaut Capable of writing 150 words) er minute?oy more?according to the . bility of the operator. Price $100.00. If t! ere is no agent in your town aidresf the manufacturers. T_IE PARISH MFG. CO., Agei ts wanted. Parish, N. Y. no 9tf DYSPEPSIA. Riga, Mi?n., Gents: I now write to let you know that I have ibeen using your 'Burdock Blood Bitters, and also to tell you what hey h: ve done for me. I have been rouble 1 with dyspepsia for years. I eomme-iced the use of yoi Burdock Blood I titters and they h; brought me out all right. The use of three bottles conferred the great benefit, for whi ;h I feel profoundly grateful. I will n wer be without it. anl4 d y WM. H D ELKER. mm Stale Lottery. Denver, Colo., Sixty m< -re prizes than any other Com? pany. Capital Prize, - -?7,500 Tokets 50 Cents Each. j 826,870 PAID EACH MONTH. I Hank of Commerce pays all prizes. Address, B. F, RHODXJS, DENVER, - - ' - COLORADO. TRUSTEE SAND ( COMMISSIONER'S SALE, THE FIDELITY INSURANCE, TRI <T AND SAVE DEPOSIT COMl'ANY A N D )TUERS eksus THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY A1LR0AD COMPANY AND OTHERS. The underseigned, the Fidelit Insurance, Trust and S:ife deposit ^Com? pany, trustee, under ajuortgageg /en by the >henandoah Valley Railroad Company, bearing date April 1st, 380, and A. Moore, jr, esq., special com? missioner, by virtue of a decree en ered in the lbove-entitlcd cause by be circuit court of the dty of Ronnok , in the State of Virginia, upon the 2'5th of April, 1890, and by the circuit c urt of Jefferson county, in the State of West Virginia ":i I le 24th day o May, 1890. ind by the circuit court of Washi ;,: ??;-.it!:i ;. in the State c Maryland, on the 3rd day of .tune, 1890, will offer for sale at pnblic auctioi on Tuesday, the 30th day of September, 18!K>. til : .*? lv?< noou, upon the froi steps of the court house in the city of Roamike, in th.tr State of Virginii all the rigb , title, and interest of the SbiMiandojili Valit'\ Railroad Cora any in and to its entire line of Railroad extending from Roanoke, in the S ite of Virginia, through the counties of Roanoke,.Ho'etourt, Rockbbridgt Augusta, Rockinghain, Page, Warren, and Clark in said State and th'rou; ii tho count ? of Jefferson in the State of West Virginia and through the co nty of Wasl ington in the State of Ma -y land to Hngerstown in tho State o Maryland, a distance of two hundred and thirty-nine miles more or less, ogetber wi h all branches, sidings, and Other appurtenances of tbe said Iii ot railroad, with the tolle, incomes,rens,| issues, and profits thereof, ami ill s real estati .rights of way. easements,lbi tures, rolling stock, machinery, t( ls'and equipments, and till other personal property thereto belonging, and al property, real, personal and mixed, aid all corporate powers and franchise belonging or appertaining to the Sh n audoah Valley Railroad Company The receiver will remain in poss? sion of the uortgaged premises; and con? tinue to operate the line of railroa< after, the sale and until the conveyance thereof. He will keep a correctac >untof the earnings Jand income of the premises accruing after the date o the sale, an if the salt shall becontirn cd the purchaser, on d.-livery of jiosst sion by the receiver, will be erititled to receive the net income and earning accruings si i>s? qnenl to the date of sale, and the proceeds of such income a d earnings. For a more full and detailed dest iption of tin mortgaged premises, bidd -rs are referred to an inventory, whic' may he examined at the office of the re ceiver, room No. 131 Bullitt Buildi g,Philadelp tia. The premises to be sold include all additions made or to be made by the receiver, and ail rail read supplies which the receiver may hi ve onhand it the time of sale, or may acquire thereafter before delivery f possession. By S&id decree the liens upon th premises ai d the order of their prior ty l. Costs of suits in Virginia, W st Virginia and Maryland, 3, Sundry judgments which are ;? leciiic liens upon detached tracts of land in the State of V rginia having priority to all mortgage liens. $25,507 11 3. Outstanding receiver,'* certifi ates and ot ter charges un? der the receivership.????? 770,000 00 ?1. Amount secured by first mortf ige of April :<T.lssn. having priority over claim of Central inproveinenl Company. 5,005,595 00 5. Amount due the Central Impn rement Company. 791,337 on : 0. Balance secured by first mor gage of April 1, 18S0, post poned to claim of Central Im rovement Company. ... 584,205 25 7. Past-due and unpaid coupo - secured b ? mortgage of April 5th, 1881. 1,535,493 30 :S. Amount of bonds issued and o tstauiltug u uler mortgage of April 5th, 1881, known as get >ra! mortgage. 1,113,000 00 9. Amount of bonds issued and o tstanding under mortgage i of February 12th, li^u, known s the incoin ) mortgage. 2,209,000 on 10. .1 udu'ineut'in favor of S. P. H. Miller. ">l 33 11. Judgment in favor of J. E. Mi- se. 10,415 20 12. Judgment in favor of F. T. An ersbn, September, 1885. 29 75 13. Judgment infavorof F.T.Ai lerson. Match, I860. 1,347 98 14. Amouut due Fidelity Insura: 2e, Trust an3 Safe Deposit Company under the several Ca Trusts (Jai nary, 1st. 1800) 035,522 54 15. Amount due Maddock & Evan: .".. 110 02 10. Amount due Johnson & Wea er. 138 09 17. Amount due C. G. Crawford. 75C ">! Theatnouuts mentioned in thef( egoingschedule carry iuteresl from July 1st, 1890. This sale will be made subject x< all executory contracts made by the re? ceiver under the authority of'the c< irt, of wide l contract.-- t he receiver, ty said decrees, is directed to jrivt, to t e trustee an I special commissioner a ft II and accurate statement, to be pub] ilyadnounc d by the trustee and spec i! commissioner at the time of sale, a: I subject alto to any liability that miy be established against the receiver rowing out >fany lawful acts done by him in his capacity of receiver or jutof any suits which may be pending .igainst the receiver at the time < sale, or that may be instituted agairst bun at any time thereafter; all such labilities, if any, will remain a lien up >n the premises until discharged. TER Ml OF SALE. By the decrees hereinbefore recii :md special commissioner shall sell the highest and best bidder, and s m adjudication to him, to pay in confirmed by the court, the balanc j'ne-third within three months, one within nine months from the date jarry interest from the date oft ale jutihe purchaser shall have the ri.l' che payment by the purceaser of t >ay the costs, charges, and expense rause, and the indebtedness of the is prior to the first mortgage, and 1 jut of the net procet des of sale for jen^fici tries under t he said trust d je med in payment of purchase-im ?rustee. and special commissioner m shasers, in part payment of the pu; nterest coupons, with interest ther ire secured by the said deeds of tru layment of which the said net proc jle, the amount of such bonds or cc >f such purchase-money to be detei apon a proper distribution and acci qual to the share or proportion p; mrchaser or purchasers as the boh md the bonds and coupons so appli ball be treated as a payment there In case the Central lmprovemen lecoine the purchaser of tlie proper awful for such a purchaser to mak aoney us is applicable to the equiti Company, by receipting for such an If any question shall arise as to tl ^ust be paid in cash and the propo ?onds and coupons, or by giving en may be made to the court to have t In case of the failure of any bidde : rc to be complied with on the day t uch bidder, the trustee and special proceed at once, then and there, to publicly announce that on some oth t ween certain hours of the day, to ] lace, make a sale of the premises u i lent, and theymay make the same commissioner shall have power t( t ieir discretion, until a Bale shall ha I rovisions of this decree. THE FIDELITY INSURANT 1, TRUST AND' SAFE DEPOSIT COMPACT, TRUSTEE. A. MOORE, Jr.. JOHN C. BULLITT, Special Commissionei WM. J. ROBERTSON, Solicitors for Trustees. jtm 27 tf 1, it is pro* ided that?The said trust ?e le premises herein directed to be sold to all require inch bidder, before making ash the sun ot $75,000, and if the sale is of the purchase-money must bt paid bird within six month.-, and the balan :e ' sale, each '1" said deferred payments o t the rate of six per cent, per annum: t to ahticip te the day of payment.Aft r ch sum in ? ash as may be sufficient o of the complainant's trnst and of t! i jceiver, and the liens and indebtedm ss r the payme nt of the pro rata dividei d distribution hat may be due to tho?e %ds, whose 1. onds and ecu;[ions may n >t icy as is her-in provided for, t ho sad y receive f.om the purchaser or pur base-money any of the bonds or uupu d on. in the o der of their priority whit h t to the complainant, to or toward tl e eds of such >ale shall be legally applic t tpons bo to be received in part payinei t lined and fixed at a Bum which shad, mtingfor inch proceeds, be at lea: t 'able out of such net proceeds to su< h r or holders of such bonds or coupons, d in satisfat tion of the purchase-money f to the exU nt of such application. Company, or its representatives, shod f herein ord -red to be sold, it shall 1 e payment ot so much of the purcha e de lien of the Central Improvemei.t Hint upon a count of such lien. ? proportion of the purchase-money th; t ion thereof that may be paid in such lit upon said equitable lien, application e same determined. to comply with the terms of sale that f sale, and before a final adjudication 1o commission t may reject the bid, and take a resale , or may then and theie r day. tobe then designated, and b ? e designatid, they will, at the sane der the dec, ee without furtheradvei ccordingly. And. the trustee and special adjourn th s sale from time to time, in e beed inad-i in accordance with tie s. s. -JEWELER, NO, 5 Salem Aven?? . - - FULL STOCK jlln 9* REPAIRING PRO? PTLY EXECUTED EOAN0KE BEAL ES' | FOR EX AMPLE : iT.iree lots bought for 17,0 >o five rr.onths ago, sold foi $35,000 ast weeK Similar Instar ces ft?umerous< FRANCIS B. KEMP * CO., SSeal EsU te Agents, A< ents for all kiuds of property, impro ed and unim jroved, city atuLsurburban. GEO. ALLEN. C. C. TOJ PKINS. - C. L. HATCHER. ALLEN, TOMPKJ NS & HATCHER, REAL ESTA TE AGENTS. OFFICE?Main Street, Opposite I otel Lucernu, SALEM, VIRGINIA. AGENTS FOR THE S? HE OF PROPERTY OF WEST SALEM I AND COMPAMY, ^i 'he Salem Improvement Co., and al other Salem Land Companies. Prop? erty in all parts of tlfe city.- Also, Farm, Mineral and Coal Lands. fjjrCorrespondenee Solicited. my7-tf fine residence and business property, IN ANY PART OF ROANOKE. CALL C M OR ADDRESS , POWELL & COMPAN Y j Roanoke, Va. Office, StewartBuildi ig, Third Avenue, Opposite City Postoffice. ? ' 1 L. L. w. s. GOOCH, President. OLD 1 N. PARTE Vice h resident. E,H. L. CHILES, Sec'y & Tr, D u. .!. t. HILL, OFFICE: IN CITIZENS'BANK BUILDING. Phvsician and Surgeon, Offers Iiis professional services to he eiri/.fiis o' Roanok". . ,. , Office overBudwell and Cbristiat's. Entrance No.?; Salem .'First, ayei ic. ?OFFICE HOUKS? OFFICES FOR REN I] BOOMS FOR RENT. OlKccs ain! Rooms for rent in City Hotel Building, which hasrece'' been converted iuto an office buj| BEST LOCATION IN CIT. ar?oke 9to 10 a. in., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to^ npS-Gra _ gjf51 3. P- m.,7.30 to 10 p. m._sep24 5m jkiffin. I J. ALLEN WAS IS. MAKES AND negotiates first-CLASS INVESTMENTS. QRIFFIN & watts; attouneys-at-law, r|^"r",\T Uoaaokc, - - Virginia. Odico : Room No. 5, Kirk's build log, a Sali ra avci u* end Jefierson St. IN FRONT OF J'ASSENCEil DEPOT ? VIRGINIA. ? P_ H. S. MORRISON. ; attorney at law. 2.1 Office Boom No. 1. Tliomas Bu Id ing, Court House Square, Roaut <e. Va. All busiuess promptly attende? to 10 j Management intend putting a passennj elevator hi the building. V Electric lights and gas in ?L&?J For terms, apply to i Commercial Tourists Home, S. A. \aCK,Proprietor, Member A. LB. A. ON E TO FI V E DOLLARS. I ? cut r^tes on pailroad ticket bought of me to t li r points A. P. STAPLES _ ? r i Ililiii Si Ml Mantels, Tiles ' lantcl Facings, Heart] Plain -tv.I Inlaid Tiles for Floor. &c Grates, Brass Goods, and .:ir place Appurtenances. *To 124 North Howard Street, Baltimore, Md. W. A. PEDIUO & CO., AL ES' VTNTON, VIBGINIA-S Correspondenco So!icited. ap25 oin Att?RNE v-at- Law, Roanoke, V; . Office: Corner Salem avenue and Commerce afreets, over Wertz's ^ ;o cery. myl l t . HPHOMA W. MILLER, I Attorney-at-Law. Office?No. 10 Kirk building,over ! Johnson & Johnson's Drug Store. j _np2-tf_ c. n. kooxaw, i mo. W. WOODS, '. ??. tourt countv. I Roanoke count ', i ?? 0OMAW & WOODS, IH ATTORNEYS-AT-L AV ?raetice in the courts of Roar ?ke ui county and counties adjoining. ' 'ill attend the courta of 'loanoke and Botet' drt egularly. Office?Salca Avenue, opj?c ite tcwart'a Furniture -'ore, i'oar.ckt-, \ tf_ ARCHITECTS. b.VONNERTA, ABCHITE? T. 1405 P. Street, Washington, D. C. Correspondence Solicited. V l;?. HER 1 . i'.W NE, a'j i ( K.VK i-AT-LAW, Roanoke, V: Office on (lommercestreet, near Co' rt Hou se. Special attention given to exami :i I tion of titles to ami mutters connec id j with real estate. ) ?. w. HAXSBROUGH. sam. &. wii.ua: .s. ' UANSBROUGH.& WILLIAMS. L. L. Powell 6l Co* Opposite Postoffice. my3-tf ftjqua & boa| PRACTICAL Tinners, Plumbers, Giis and Steam Fitter* Heating by Steam, Hoc Water or H< Air Furnaces roofing, guttering, BPOUTI?fi "'".401 JEFFEBSON ST.. roanoke, - - - VIRGINIA; . i^iTn:ates cheerfully given ou thi? Hn^ of work. jc6 " ft pc; cc; ^3 ? z < o > z ? g J. C. FURROW, j, C. Fur \V. H.K ARNES, G.F.BUiicn-ii r' ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Room No. 11. - Moomaw Buildi g. Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va. Will pnieU'-s: in the Hustings court of the < iry of Roanoke, Court of .'i> peals of Virginia and United Sta es district courts. mar23-t; T\R. EDWIN P. WEIGHT. V DENTIST, late of Richmond, T a. Office in Didier Building, cor. Jeff r son and Campbell streets. Special attention to bleaching c s colored teeth by a process of his o' n invention. All work guaranteed a d at moderate figures. Terms cash. my-7 3m j j. kinneY, U. D. PRACTICE LIMITED to 3 Eye, Ear, Throat and No e REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE ACENT.>. n^m-ii?*" OFFICE OVEB E. I'll-lER'S GROCERY STORE. 118Jeffersou Street, ------ Roanoke. V WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOUR PATBONAGE. street. J. F. Marshall & Co., Prop'rs. NUMBER 15, SALEM AVJjj OPEN DAY AND NIGh| iiEALS AT ALL IIOUKSil OYST1 IN EVERY Sf| Rooms handsomely farm's antique oak furniture. DRINKS O. ?EVERY DESCRII; t$?, We l:cep"the following brands \\ whiskey on hand: Belle of Nelsonl 6ibson,Hunter, Wilson, Walker'sOffl Malt, Alderney and Clover ClabJ These are among the liuest whis?-y^ dstilled. \ S^Billiard and pool rooms attachedJ feb20-tf ' Wm. P. Bakf.k. V/m. II. AltKL. fiinT/T w Uli A Estate Agents/ Room No. 0, Second Floor, Moomawj Block, South Jefferson Street, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. City Property, Farms and Minerj Lands sold. Correspondence Solicited. ^ MftTflHTAlT V.'. L< lloiicln-j Shoea a;? SAUTaON warranted, and. kM Ma namo and price ntonped on o<;tton. -THE RAILWAY SYSTEM 1**1.75 ^ \U O. HARDAWAY, If . attorney at law. (Late of the Martinsville Bar.) Courts: Roanoke and adjoinh g counties. Office, Moomaw Buildin r ~~ Jefferson Street S. Rooms :? and 4. janlG tf_SP nil. W. S. GREGORY, j DENTI ST, \OFFICE?Next door to First Nation..1 j Bank, Salem avenue, Roanoke, Va. m\ :!0 tf_ an:i WILBUR S, POLE Real Estate Agent! M AND DEALERS IN _ ? gentlemen. FTnTcaTana Laced Waterproof GralK. Tb.? excellonm nnrt wearing qualities of thto A?J cannot^tottS Swn tUan by the HtronK tudors i menttof in taousanda of constant wearers. si 30 p^c^?o'W^ adaptci ^3 for ralir. .-..1 men, farmerf, etc. au made la Congress. Kutton and Lace. $3 & $2 SHOES ladies I direct5t?"acton: cnrln.lng adTcrt?eU prfec. or ? postal for order^.nta ,jrockton, BlMC. ui ' ? BROS., MANl'KACTTM'.KKS of TIN aND SHEET-IRON WAR and dealers iu ail ki.ids of COOKING and HEATING STOVE janllcod-Cm tu tli sat j STOCKHOLDERS MEETING ? The Stockholders of the Roanoke Building Company are hereby re quested to be present at a meeting"tf be held Monday, July ;10th, 1S90 av 12 o'clock m., at the oihee of tht Roanoke Loan. Trust and Safe De posit Company. jy~tf Is the only Short and Direct Lira to THE OUTH.SOUTHWSST&WES.1 a. l. gorley, President. S. p. gorley, Vice President. j. s. Simmons, Sec y and Tieas. The finest Pullman Vestibule sleej - ing car service lathe South?Pull ma i Sleepers without change, Roanoke t > Knoxville, Chattanooga, Rome. Ai ? uiston. Selina, Montgomery. Mobil?, and New Orleans. Direct connection made at Rom and Chattanooga with through si ie\ ers for ATLANTA, MACON & JACKSONVILLE Plumbing aud Gas-Fitting, Roolit i Spouting and Jobbing. -o 19 Salem Avenue, ROANOKE, V/ an5 6m l. f. burks, Practicsil Plumber GAS and STEAM FTTTER. ?:o? And dealer in all kinds of Plumber Gas and Steam Fitters' Supplies. Prompt Attention to Orders, am Satisfaction (iu 'ranteed. 71") Main Street, LYNCH BURG. V \ - 115 Commerce aiieet, iel2-3mo ROANOKE, VA. OFFICE : Rooms 3 and 4. first floor Exchange Building. A LLEGHANY INSTITUTS, ROA3S? A OKE, VIRGINIA, C. F. JAMES, B. A., D. Ir.. Prfu.-.ji-" A first-class 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 teaciiprs. Students pre? pared for advanced classes of College or University, or for business life. Send for catalogue, to Principal Alleghany Institute. jy 41m " Roanoke. \ a. NOTICE. For any further information address E. A. WARREN, Trav. Pass. Agt. Bristol, Tenn C. A>Benscoter, B. W. Wrenn, jya tf Ass. Gen. Pass. Agt. Gen. Pass. Agt. Knoxville, Tenn. y?TjngeT 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 city of Roanoke, Va., August. 1st, 1890, a?; 12 o'clock, noon. By order of the Board of Directors. D. H. SCOTT. jy 2 30t Secretary. DYEING, of Mm X3.<M*nol?e, "Virginia.. ' Salem Atfenite, between Jcffcr&on and Henry Streets. J. B. Leyy, President. Late cashiej Commercial Bank, Roanoke, Va. John Ott, Cashier. Late cashier City Bank, Richmond, Va. Accounts of banks, bankers, corpor? ations, merchants, and individuals solicited. Our facilities for doing a -l general banking business are equal to |l to any banking house in Virginia. J Collections a specialty and prompt je remittances made. Interest aUo***** on time deposits m!8-tf 5 THE Plf ;. : .KR CLEANINGj-ridTlEPAlRING DP?f PC'T'? l? ?pp? You will save money by bringing J your dirty clolhe8 to be cleaned or ?OF? dyed and repaired to me. Charges Roanofc-f? C<H*t fr? I moderate. Work first class. ! 1WdU??e i^lty. Vft. OFFICE ? all kinds, including No. 1 Press UncK,,; Roanokc, Va. Roome, wiaier x>uuu- E. Walsak ff!.??. ^ ? .c# .Draining Tile, &c. "Works on West i?g. AH classes of public and private G'" I ?O FlTSt St., S. W i Campbell street, Roanoke, Va. Box ? buildings. Artistic interior work, and . Corner Campbell and Henry street K.f. T ' , a j 913, aprl-Cm j decoration a specialty. jy4tf : Roanoke, Va. tf L .,.*/f^?,a*I-PnaI,Eank Bitildin?.;^ WEST END Brick and Tile Works, Manufacturers of first-class Brick of' Architect and Superintendent. all kinds, including No. 1 Press Brick, j Roanokc, Va. Room 6, Didier Budd - c? -Hr?*L-a nn Wool-.',-?,.? Ail r.l.TO?gB of public and private I