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THE EOAJffOXE TIMES.
(dailt and - reekly) An Independent I .moeratic papei devoted to the material and political nterests of Roanoke and Southwest Viiginia. bo you advertise ? ''To discontinue ar advertisement,'' snys John Wanamakar, "is like takim down your sign. If y ou want to do business you must let the public know it. I would aa soon ihink ufdoim; business without c' rks as withoir advertising." the southv'est FAIR. On Monday at W\ heville there wa a meeting of the dire, .ore of the South ? west Virginia Fair Yssociation, and it was decided unanimously to hold the fair this autumn. The prospects are reported ruos; encouraging, and it is thought that i wdl be the most srocessful meeting held in years. Th?. date has not ye been decided upon, but will be an? nounced at an early ;'ay. There is no goo . reason why the Southwest Virginia I .ir should uot b > one of the best and n >3i interesting in the country. On th. reverse, there 13 every reason lor believing that it should be. The materials are right at our doors ready to be utilized. Th ? Southwest is noted the couutry ove: for its fine blooded h rses. Its catth and sheep command he best prices i:. the Northern and E ropean markets. Its agricultural products are behia '. those of no other secr,on. Iu coal and mineral it stands at tbe very top of the list. As a fruit growing country if. has always been fanrd. Now it requires al' of these thing i to make up a succ 5sfol fair. But i: requires something e'. :just as essen? tial. It requires em -gy. It require i the right kind of m.-i at the helm Itoauoke has that class of men, ami more of them than a':y other city it, the State. She sh aid also have : great annual fair, on., that would riva. that h?d at Richmoua. It would dv much to advertise it iu the world, be sides after a few *?ars it would b< sure, it it were rightly managed, to bi a source of financial profit. Am. the after, in the future, it might forn the neuclus of the Fv-nnanent Exposi tion, which hac ber-i advocated al along by the Times. mahom: is "I'La i>c possum.' Tlie editor of he Alexandra Gazette is perhaps the best iuforme* journalist in tho State on Virginu. political affairs. He uakes them hi. special study and every day he ride; over to Washington n the ferry boa and spends a dozen hours in prepar iaz his daily budget c. news. Washington is th- rendezvous c Virginia politicians -cd if any iu for? mation is desired on >olitics, it is th' place of all others Lo ?iud it. Th( stroiler along the av iue in the vicin? ity of the Metropolitan hotel will mee' iu an hour more meD f political promi nence than he coul1 anywhere cist iu a week. Editor SnowdonV views on tlv coming policy of General Mahoxe. H( says that it is comm a talk iu Wash ington among the Virginia Republi? cans that General Ma.io.ve desires the Republican party Id his State to re? main inactive for thr- reason that a; long as it does so he will retain his position as the chair...an of the Statr committee thereof, a- he knows thai if k State convention of the part} were called for any p .ipose, he would be desposed at once. He desires to re? tain the chairmanshi; , uutil the dele? gates to the next Nat'onal Republican Convention are appoi ted, and to head that delegation when 'hey "get even'" with somebody that ?verybody knows. The conclusion to bo drawn from this is that M ah one lesorves nothing at present but a ma-'.erly inactivity. He will abandon his ?ggressive mode of warfare for the line being and simply watch for an lo opportunity to strike a blow. He is 1 playing possum'' hut the fur that hi es its claws is mighty thin. philadelphia A> >> the south? west Under th?. head of 1 Philadelphia Ca? pital iu the South" lh<-. Times of that city has an interesting editorial on the interests of the Quaker City and the Keystone State in thL section. "More than $100,00^,000 of act ual cash,'' it says, "capital has gone into the South from the n jrth within tbe last five years, and th< re has not been a single failure where 'Vorthern direc? tion and Northern capital have been commanded. Mary ill-advised schemes have been started on paper which must linger ai d die, but we believe that no Sout'iorn enterprise of the last five years, that has been . accepted by Northern capital, has failed to succeed. Tho South is now the legitimate field fo surplus North? ern capital, and if t*\Q government will only give the S..ath peace, its industrial developnat must be phenomenal during foe next decade." The Philadelphia Tunes has always been the true and faithtul friend of the South in its political a, well as in its industrial struggles. It has given ser? ious study to the problem of Southern progress and its views are th? views of conviction and arc not paid for at so much a line. Southwest Virginic is not unlike Pennsylvania. The same veins of wealth that have mad., that State the second in point of wea"'h in the Union are to be found all around us. And it is Pennsylvania, with her capital and some of the best of her sons, that is today doing more to br.id up this sec? tion that any other one thing. The other day President Harrison took a plunge in the salt surf at Cape May, and a Western emtor rises to re? mark that it is well that he accustom himself to a plunge in calt water as be will feel more at home when he goes up Salt Riverm 1892. I GRAND DRAWING OP THE Loterl-, t la Beneficencia Publica OF THE STATF OF Z AGA TEC AS, MEXICO, A syndicate capitalists have secured the concession for operating this LOTTERY And have extended its business throughout the United States \ and British America. ? The drawing will take place on the 27th 01 each month, not excepting Sundays aud holidays. Below will be found a list of the prize.' which will be drawn on June 27th, 1890, At Zacatecas, Mexico, aud continued monthly thereafter. Capital Prize, $150,000, 100,000 Tickets at $10; Halves, $5 Tenths, $1; American Currency. LIST OF PRIZES: 1P .UZE OF $150,000 is .$150,00? 1 P UZE OF 50,000 is 60,00? 1 P *IZE OF 25,000 is 25,00? 3 PRIZES OF 10,000 are 30,01? 2 P UZES OF 5,000 are 10,00! 5 PRIZES OF 2,000 are 10,00? 10 P ilZES OF 1.000 are 10,00? SO PRIZES OF 500 are 10,00? 200 P UZES OF 200 are 40,00? 300 PRIZES OF 150 are 45,001 500 PRIZES OF 100 are 50,00? AI PROXIMATION PRIZES. 150 PRIZES OF $150 are $22,50? 150 PRIZES OF 100 are 15,00 150 PRIZES OF 50 are 7,5? [)i>d Terminal Prizes of 50 are 40,!>5t 2492 s524,!?5t Cl b Rates: G Tickets for $50. Special Rates arranged with Agents. AGENTS WANTED in every towi and city in United States and Britisl Anierii a. The payment of prizes is guaranteed by a special deposit of five hundret thonsa id dollars ($500,000), with tin State Government, and approved bj Jesus .reehiga. Governor. Brav iug under the personal super? vision >f Lie. Herminio Arteaga, whe is appointed by the Government a: Interv ntor. "I C crtiky that with the Statt Treasurer all necessary guarantees art deposited, assuring full payment o all prizes of this drawing. -'Herminio, Argteaga, "Interventor." IMPORTANT. Remittances must be either by New York Draft, Express or Registered Letter. American money. Collection: can be made by Express Companies oi Banks Tickets sent direct to manage ment vili be paid bv drafts on New York, Jontreal, St. Paul, Chicago San Fr mcisco or City of Mexico. Foi further information address 1 BAN P1EDAD, Manager. mv21 lv Zacatecas Mexico. the ;::krf Euildi&g Sals -AND DDfljg ROOMS Are no v prepared to f urnish meeds ai POi ULAR PRICES. Table boarders win be accommodate*: and will receive prompt and careful attention. STEAkS, CHOPS, AND ALI LISKES TO ORDER SERVED IN FIRST CLASS STYLE. Cold Lunch Counter attached, where joIu lunches are served from 5 a. ill. to 12 p. m. Fisa, Clams and Game in season a specialty. . Fred. Web er. -THE DANVILLE HQRSSRT.nl GREEN HOUSE COMPANY. Danville, Virginia. W. T. Sutherlin, President. Teo. S. Sartin, Gen'l Manager. We a e prepared to furnish any and all kincs of fruit, shade and ornamen? tal trets, plants, vines, etc., in any quanti: y. Fine lot ol roses and bed? ding plants, and anything in the the nurserv line. Write us before buying. Catalogue sent free. Goood agents wanted Mr. P R. Younger, our agent, is now in he city, and orders can be left wi h him at Nuchols, Abbitt A' Brown'a, 24 Gale Building, Jefferson street. GEO. S. SARTIN, apll- .m Secretary and Manager. ROANOKE. E. H. STEWART.lPresidem. H. G. COLE,:Sec. and Treas. J. F. 3ARBOUR, Gehl Manager.^! CONTRACTORS & BUILDERS. Office ith^G ray A Eoswell, Jef? ferson Street. Large Brick BuiLlings a Specialty. Homes built ou easy payments. Pat ronag ? solicited. Estimates checr full; furnished on application. J. F. '9 GENERAL MANAGER. je!4-t.. _ NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the first mee^imr of the incorporators and 'stockholders of the Terry Buildiiff I Compan v will be held as the office c; 1 the RoajaOka Trust Loan and Safe Deposit Company, at the city of Rcanoki, State of Virginia, on the 28th day of July, 1890, at 10 o'clock a. m. for the purpose of accepting the charter of the company, completing organiza :ion of the company, adopt? ing by-iiws, and transacting such Other be n'ness as may be brought be? fore the meeting. P. L. TERRY. A. C. BENNISTON. S. W. JAMISON, JAS. S. SIMMONS, - JOS. S. CLARK. jy 18-20. BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO dated at No. 416 Second street S.W. i je3-2w T IE TRUSTEE S AND CC MMISSIONER'S SALE. fidelity insurance. trust and hafk deposit company and o' iers VI tsus THE SHENANDOAH VALLEY R? LROAD COMPANY AND OTHERS. ill -no ?ah "jThe underseigned, the Fidelity trustee, under a mortgage giv C mJpnny. bearing date April ist, 181 n issioner, by virtue of a decree ente c rcuit court of the city of Roanoke, April, isiio, ,111,1 by the circuit con esjt Virgtiii-i on 't-bi 34th day of ? ?? uu1 . i i the State of ] Off.'i Ie ,!t p italic auction o wivlve noon, upon the fn<nt i oakioke, m iheStjifc- <>!' Virginia, ! leiiandoah Vuhe; il lilroad Corupa ectejnding from Roanoke, in the Sta : oaiioke. Bo'ei >nrt, Itockbbridgc, n uliCtark in -aid Mi;e and through \ reat Virginia and through the com 1 ml to Hagerstown in the State of . t! id thirty-nine miles more or less, t< c ;her appurtenances of the said line i sues,and profits thereof, and ah its t ires, rolling stock, machinery, tool I roperty thereto belonging, and all ] p 1 corporate powers and franchises i aadpah Valley Kaiiroad Company. The receiver will remain iu posse&s t uue to operate the lino of railroad ; t leijeof. He will keep a correct, acco 1 remises accruing after the date of t t le purchaser, on delivery of possess l 'ceive the net income and earning ; ; od t lie proceeds of such income am For a more full and detailed ilescri pre referred to an inventory, which ( >iyer, room No. 181 Bullitt Building i iclude all additions made or to be c s ipplies which the receiver may ha? r ."quire thereafter before delivery of By said decree th* liens upon the a re? 1. Costs of suits in Virginia, Wes 2. Sundry judgments which are sp tracts of laud iu the State of Vir mortgage liens. 3. Outstanding receiver's certi?ci der the receivership. 4. Amount secured by first mortga priority over claim of Central 111 5. Amount due the Central Impro\ 6. balance secured by first uiortg poued to claim of Central Impi 7. Past-due and unpaid coupons April 5th. 1^1. t>. Amount of bonds issued and om Of April 5th, l*Sl, known as gene 0. Amount of bonds issued and on of February 12th, isj<:;, known a 0. Judgment in favor of S. P. H. r 1. Judgment in favor ol J. E. Moo: 8. Judgment in favor of F. T. And' 3. Judgment in favor of F. T. Auc 4. Amount due Fidelity Insurant Company under the several < 'ar ?. Amount due Mail.lock A' Evans. *i. Amount due Johnson & Weavi 7. Amount due C. G. Crawford.. Tin amounts mentioned in the fort 1 t, 1S90. This sale will be made subject to C iver under the authority of the coi s id decrees, is direct* dto givt to th? a id accurate statement, to be public c aumissioner at the time of sale, am I ? established againsi the receiver g 1 in in his capacity of receiver or < a cainst the receiver at the time of 1 mat any time thereafter; all such 1 t ie; premises until discharged. isurance, Tiust and Safe deposit Com i by the SI enandoah Valley Railroad . and A. Mr ore, jr, esq., special COlll ?d in the above-entitled cause by the ?i tin; State if Virginia, upon the 2Ctb t of Jefferso l county, in the State of fay, 1S90, ai d by the circuit court of arylaud, on the 3rd day of June. 1890, Tuesday, tl e :J0th day of September, cps of the court house in the city , I the right, title, and interest of thol y in and to ts entire line of Kailroai'. ?of Virginia through the counties of I ugusta, Ro dvingham, Page, Warren, ! ho county >f Jefferson in the State of y of Washington in the State of Mary arylaud, a distance of two huudred ether with all branches, sidings, ami; railroad,w th the tolls, incomes,rents J eal estate,rghts of way. easements,fix md equipni ?nts, and all ol her persona: operty, real, personal and mixed, and 'longing or ippertaining to the Shen-j ui ;>f tin- mortgaged premises, ami con ter the sale and until the conveyance lit of the o; .ruing* fand income of tin e sale, and if the sale shall be confirmed >n by the receiver, will be entitled t) cruings subsequent to the date of sale, earnings. ;ion of the ; tort-gaged premise?, bidders lav be exam.ned at tin- office <>f th" n - Philadelphia. The premises to be sol 1 ide by the receiver, and all railroad on hand at the time of sale, or ma ' lossesslon. remises and the order of their priori! ' Virginia end Maryland, ?ilic liens upon detached nia having priority to all es and otln r charges uii )Ot April lst,1880, having irovemenl lompauy. .nent Comp my. ge of Aliri! !, 1880, post vemeut Company. secured by mortgage of landing un< er mortgage d mortgage. tandiug an .er mortgage the income uortgage. :iler. sou, Septei iber, 1835. rson, Mare i, 188C. . Trust and Safe Deposit rusts (Jam; try, 1-t. ISUO) $25,507 11 779,000 ? 1 5,065,595 (' I 701 |, j 58-1,205 23 1,535,493 30 ?l,113,00? 0) 2,209,000 0 i 51 :;; 10 , 111 I 1.317 *J I 410 02 . 138 0:1 . 75'i 5 ping schedi le carry interest from Jul*' 1 executory contracts made by the re t, of which contracts the receiver, by trustee and special commissioner a full ?a lnouncei by the trusteeand special subject also to any. liability that may ?wing onto any lawful acts done "by t of any b lits Avhieh may be pending ale. or that may be instituted agains: bilities, if any, will remain a lien upon TERMS OF SALE, By the decrees hereinbefore recite a id special commissioner shall sell tl t ie! highest and best bidder, and sh a l adjudication to him, to pay in c c -ntirmed by the court, the balance c ie-third within three months, one-t ?> i tili a nine months from tin- date oi e .rry interest from the date ol sale a 1 iti the purchaser shall have the righ t ;e payment by the purceaser of su 1 iy tiie costs, charges, and expenses c .use, and the indebtedness of.the r> a prior to the first mortgage, and fo c it of the net proceeoes of sale for d I melieiaries under the said trust de. 1 ? used in payment of purchase-iuoi t ustce and special commis-doner ma c laisers, in part payment of the pure i: terest coupons, with interest there a e secured by the said deeds of trus p lyment of which the said net proce b e,|the amount of such bonds or coi o such purchase-money to be deters u ion a proper distribution and accoi e- ual to the share or proportion pa; p irehaser or purchasers as the holdi a id the bonds and coupons so applie s. all be treated as a payment tnereo In case the Central improvement b -come the purchaser of the property ! h wful for such a purchaser to make j u oney as is applicable to the equita* ! C ?mpany, by receipting for such ami If any question shall arise as to tin I u ust be paid in cash and the propor b ?nds and coupons, or by giving cre< ; n ay be made to the court to have th In case of the failure of any bidder a e to be complied with on the day o si ch bidder, the trustee ami special p oceed at. once, then and there, to u p blicly announce that on some otht t< een certain hours of the day, to t p ice, make a sale of the premises at n mt, and theymay make the same a C( mmissioner shall have power to tl eir discretion, until a sale shall ha\ p. ovisions of this decree. THE FIDELITY INSU HANOI COMPAN JOHN C. BULLITT. WM. J. ROBERTSON, Solicitors for Trustees. it is provi led that?The said truste premises 1. -rein directed to be sold t > 1 require s>ich bidder, before uiakin ?h the sum <?! $75,000, and if the sale i f the purchase-money must be paid ird withins x months, and th ? balanc ? ?ale. each o! said deferred payments t ? the rate of six per cent, per annum; to anticipai ethe day ? if paymenl .Afte i sum iu c; sh as may be sufficient V> f thecompliinant's trust and of ilii eiver, and t ie liens and indebtedness the paymei t of the pro rata dividem itribution t at may be due to tho.s s, whose bends and coupons may no y as is here n provided for. tin- said receive fr< m the purchaser or pur ase-money, my of the bonds or unpaid l, in the on er of their priori!y whicl io the com] iainaut. to or toward tin Is of such s; ie shall be legally applica ions so to b' n-ceived in part paymen ned and ti..ed at a sum which shall iting for si ch proceeds, be at least .ble out oftuch net proceeds to sucl or holders of such bonds or coupons in satisfact on of tbe purchase-xuone; to the extei t of such application, 'ompany, ( r its representatives, shal herein ordered to be sold, it shall bi ?ayment of so much of the purchasi e lieu of the Central Improvemen mt upon ac ount ofsuch lien. >roportion < f the purchase-money tha on thereof t nit may be paid in sucl t upon said equitable lien, applicatioi same deter uiued. o comply v\ th tiie terms of sail- tha sale, and before a final adjudication t' ^mmissioue ? may reject the bid, am ke a resale, or may then ami then day. to be then designated, and be designated., they will, at the sam< er the deer e without further adver sordingly. . aid the trustee and specia uljourn tin sale from time to time, ii beed made in accordance with the TRUST A N'D SAFE DEPOSIT , TRUSTEE. A. MOORE, Jr., Special Commissioner jua tf S. 3. . -JEWELER, ISO* 5 Salem Avenue - - FULL STOCK jan 9 REPAIRING PROM >TLY E>:ECUTED II1 YOU WA? TO IKE Mill INVEST 11 ROANOKE E SAL ESTATE. FOR EX VMPLE : T] ree lots bought for 17,0; 0 five months ago, sold for $35,000 ] st weeK Similar Instan ;es Numerous^ Real Este :e Agents, ig ints for all kinds of property, impro- :d and unim:-roved, city and surburbau. GE((). ALLEN. C. C. TOI PKINS. < C. L. HATCHER. ALLEN, TOMPKINTS.& HATCHEK, REAL ESTA .E AGENTS. ? OFFICE?Main Street, Opposite 1 >tel Lucerm, SALEM, VIRGINIA. AGENTS FOR THE SA iE OF PRO r*ERTY OF WEST SALEM I AND COMP A MY,, 3 he Salem Improvement Co., and al. other Salem Land^CompanieSi Prop- \ arty ip aR parts of the city. Also, Farm, Mineral and Coai Lands, tf ^res^ondence Solicited. my7-tf \ FINE RESIDENCE AND BUSINESS PROPERTY, IN AN Y PA.F T OF ROANOKE. CALL. C >1 OR ADDRESS. L. L. P O W ELL & CO MP A N w.s. Goocn, President. Roanoka, Va. Office. Stewart Buildinjr, Third Avenue, Opposite City Postoffice. Fir?FEW?N?J ni \JUU N. r tRTE Vice Pre idem. E,H. L. CHILE; bee y & 1 f, OFFICES FOR KEN i\ ROOMS FOE RENT. OFFB E: IN CITIZENS'BANK BUILDING, Roanoke, * MAKES AND NEGOTIATES FIRST-CLASS INVEST?.:::. . Virginia rtRIFFrN & WATTS; v r~rrvp>rrv5 ? v I AW Offices and Rooms for rent iu the .. kft - - - - Vir-'lrd:-. City Iloitl Building^ which has recently *oa e. " ' ' ,, Jnx? been converted into an office building 0f5ce: Room No. 5. Kirk's bunu.u ,, -on ??, avenue und Jefferson 6 .., PEST LOCATION IN CITY. ' Management intend putting a paseengei ! elevator in the boUdirig. Electric lights and gaa hi ail rooms. if MORRISON. n I > "i Rm ATTORNEY AT LAW. I Forterms, apply-to Office Room No. i. Thomas Build - _ > C'wrl House Square, Roauok:, j L ? L? ? OV/Oll & ???, IN FRONT OF PASSENGER DEPOT :uAflOKg. - -_WLRCIRi I j, < Commercial * Tourists Home, rA and Headquarters for loose des ting Fir. c-CiasH Accommodations. 5|larp Sample Reis.. "!; Fine Bar &ftaoliOG S. A. VICK, Proprietor, Mei iber A. T. B. A. CUT RA' ON E TO FI - E DOLLARS ON ?AILROAD TICKET SOUGHT 01 P ?INTS ME TO ALU Ai business promptly attended-1 A P. STAPLES" Attorney-at-Eaw, Roanoke, Va. C Coruer Salem avenue an I Commerce streets^ over Wertz's gr? - , eery. myl4 tf. L rpxf< )MA W. MILLER, Ai I orney-at-Law. > i Office?No. 10 Kirk building, ov< r ; . ohnson i: Johnson's Drug Store. j _ap3-tf_ ?t j c. n. moohaw, \ :xo. w. woods, Botetourt county, j Roanoke county. ; llfOOMAW & WOODS, UJ ATTORN SYS-AT-LA1 Onposite Postoffice. my3-tf FUQU? ?& BOAZ PRACTICAL Tinners, Plumpers. Gas and Steam Fitters I Heating by Steam, Hot Water or Hot Air Furnac< - KOOKIXO, OUTTEBIXO, SPOUTiyb 401 JE i L ERSON RT . RoAXOKE, ... VIRGINIA; ii practice i.i the courts if Roanol i eitj and county :c.>! counties adjoining. W 11 ,. ii end the courts of Ko&noke undBotctou t -Estimates cheerfully giveu ou t ? * i ? line Hardwood & Slate Mantels, Tiles 1 Lintel Facings, Hearths Plain ?::?.! Inlaid Tiles fur Floor, &c Grc.cG, Erass Goods, and Fire? place Appurtenances. Catalogues furnished oa application. .?_. . _' ^jjj."- ******* j- ? - - Telephon* 1482 [Please mention this paper IJo. 124 North Howard Street, Baltimore, Md. gularly; iJtiia- -Salem Avenue, opposi ?.wart's Furnitur?! Store, Rotisoke. \? t1 of work. ji;G f?m A RCHITECTS; : A 0. YON NERTA, ARCHITEC' 105 F. Street, Washington, D. < Correspondence Solicited. iitlROPEM HOTEL AND C&m A A. ROHER L. PAYNE, atto11x & y- at-la w, Roanoke, Va. Oi i i i! i lommercestreet, near Com House. Sj cial attention given to examim tiou of titles to and matters conne with real estate. J. F. MarsiiaJjL L Co., Prop'rs. NUMBER 15, SALEM A VF open day Id m SALS A' 4 -'.alL hours. A. PEDIUO & CO., ke?l estate ace nts, ^VINTON, VIRGINIA " Correspoadeuco Solicited. m. !_C r 1... CC CID ZTZ; o G. W. HAA'SBnOUOHv SAM. ii. WILLIAM ^TANSBRO?GH.& WILLIAMS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. R?oni-No. 11, - Moomaw Building Jefferson Street. Roanoke, Va. Will practice in the Hustings court < ' antiqueoak furniture the city of Roanoke, Court of Aj > peals of Virginia and United Stat< r du 1 Ect courts. mar25-tf \l every. style Rooms handsomely fiir?Lshed \u :?!:. EDWIN P. WRKtHT. jJ DENTIST, late 01 Riebmond, V. Office in Didier Building, cor. Jeffei son and Campbell streets. ; Special attention to bleaching di ? olore 1 t????rli i>y a process of his ow 1 ? invention. All work guaranteed an , > j at moderate figures. Term? cash, b'* j '' hiySI 8m -' : ? f j KINNEY, M. D. DRINKS OF -EVERY DESCRLFIION practice liaiitkd to Ear, Throat and Nos VV. Hi K ARNES, G.F. BURCHET' IJ.C. FURROW, f. C. Furrow & Co OFFICE?Over O'Leary, Campbe street. my27 ?m J Atrii .REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE OFFICE OVER E. DID ER"S GROCERY STORE II8Jeffevs?n Street,-Roanofo WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT YOCR PATRONAGE. 51/ o. HARD A WAY, \ \ . ATTOUjS'EV at law. (Late of the Martiusville Bar.) Courts: Roanoke and adjoinic counties. <>!lice, Moomaw Buildinj J? fferson Street S. Rooms '?} and ??. janlG tf _}': f>R~W. S. ItRIvjORY, 0 DENTIS i\ X o (?FFICE- Next dour to First Nation; 1 ? Bank, Salem avenue, 1 Roanoke, Va. mv30 tf VAU I. Xiil* frarrantcd, and every pnl hns his name r.v.ii price stamped ou buiioir: TIIE /MfJ 0 '.'.<' keep the following brands o: whihkey on hand: xielle of N< >u, Gibson,Hunter, Wilson, Walk er V??ld Malt, Alderney and Clove;- Club. These arc amcug the finest wrhiseys dstilled. jyBilliard and pool rooms attached; feb20-tf Wm, F. Rakkk. Wm. H. aukJjEY" BAKER * MARKLEI Eesl iti im% Room -N<>. Second Floor, Moomaw Block, SoutIi Jefferson Street, R( ?ANOKE, VIRGINIA. City Property; Farms and Minora Lands sold. Correspondence apS-tf Solicited; wilbur mim Keal Estate Agents ginin Beach, in Princess Anne count} Virginia, ai the ocean terminus of th j Norfolk andVirginia Beach Railroa offers to the public a long-felt want. tTeraesseeViriEiaia&Georaii TT T^ITT, wH?vft? 53 The Ocean Shore Park I otel, \i 1 frnjj I RAILM A3 SYi EM Jies mm ?n?IJ5 ASiJ DEALEBS IS ? IUI . ., 5-v in;ris unsurpassed l>y ony upon th r ? // Atlantic coast. The absence of an. ' undertow being a marked featur< I Fine C'nlf find T.nccd j The excellence and tvenrlnc qualities of thlr> sho. caanot lie better shown than by tlicstronp; ?ndorse ! menta of lta thousaudH of constant wearers. Sr-.CO tJennine Ilnnd-seTvcd. ar. eloRanr nni ?3 BtyUsh dross Sh<.? w'iich eoranenda itseir Syfl.00 Hand-sevred Weit, a rno calf sho^ '? nnequalled for style uud durabulty. S?3.50 CoodyeaT Welt is too standard <lres O for rallron<l men, fanner Shoe, at a popular price. Pr.llr-O?ifin'* Sl.oi. It ,SO Policeman'* shoe is especially adapted for rallronil men, farmer.", etc. All made In C'onjrres.", Button and Lace. $3&$2 SHOES ladies have been most favorably received ?Inee Introducec nnd the recent Improvement! make them ?upurloi to any shnefl sold at these prices. [iinor natural advantages, both winter ant summer. AMUSEMENTS. Surf and stil water bathing, Crabbing, Bowling Is the only Short and Direct Lin Tennis, Horse-back and Switch-bacl riding may be indulged in. Musi to the throughout the season. The Westen ' Union Telegraph Company has ai ollice on the Beach. TRANSPORTATION. There an seven trains daily (except Sunday), ? each way between Norfolk and Vir ,?, r ? -r, ,, Tiii, ginia Beach. Four trains each wa\ 1 be bliest/Pullman \ e-tilmle sli-ei: 1c-,,,,,1.,,. tr>?_ ?11 ?+ua_ ;.,r-?,. ? Ask" your Dealer, and If he cannot supply you sen^ I :..?,...,.?..,>rvir?i.iii tlw? <r.nrli Piillinm ; On Mlllil.lV . i or all OtUer llltoriua direct to factory enclMUg advertised price, or r : 'UfT Cat fcer\ir.e ill T lie &OUtU?I Ulimai tion address rjoatalfor order blanks ? Sleepers without change, Roaitok'.' t< 1 _ rr 4 -.irnwnAo w. l. dovgi^S, nrocaton, Ma.s. j KnoiviUe, Chattanooga, Rome. An I ?EO. H. QUACKENBOS, ? niston, Selina, Montgomery, Mobile ? ^ ; and Ne wr Orleans. IteFa! Direct connection made at Rom< and Chattanooga with through sleep ers for OFFICE : Rooms :i aud -L first (lcor Exchange Bulldiu^. A LLECfHANY INSTITUTE. ROAN A ORE, VIRGINIA. C. F. JAMES, B. A., D. D., Principal. A lirst-class high scdiool for boys and young men. Handsome building, entirely new and well equipped} on the heights overlooking Roanoke. Pure watt r, pure air and healthful location. Buil I ing heated by steam aud supplied with bat h rooms. Full corps of ex? perienced teachers. Students pre? pared for advanced classes of College or University, or for business life. Senil for catalogue, to Principal Alleghany Institute. jy4im Roanoke, Va. ? B 0 S K janlleod-?m tu th sat ATLANTA, MACON & QTOCKHOLDERS MEETING.? I The Stockholders of the Roanoke j Building Company are herebv re? quested to bo present at a meeting to lie held Monday, July 30t-a, 1800 at; 12 o'clock in., at the office of the Roanoke Loan. Trust and Safe De- For any further posit Company. jv2tf j Ocean Shore Park Hotel, j>'i) tf. Virginia Beach, V NOT1C s M of M?~ Roj*juoJUe, \"ir?riniu. Salem Avenue, between Jefferson and Henry Streets, J. B. Lew, President. Late cashh r V regular meetingof the Stockhold- i Com^i R.f, i. v \*lV 1 of the Valle?bBuildingandIn- ^^?S^?^' ^' ! vestment Company is hereby called at | OitySank^i?nd" Va* ? ? j the ollice of the company, in the city : *' ?.d SSSSw i* . of Roanoke, Va., August 1st, 1800, at : - tion? m!n-h? 'ba?k.er8i'.c??F?i" IAn-cfwnn ^18 o'clock, noon. By order of the individuals JACkSONVlU.il Board of Directors. D.H.SCOTT. ' ^?^$?1 J^tl2* f?V d?'nr ft ! ivOROt Recretarv ? a .an^Ine:DUf;lDes8areellU:lliO _ ! " ~ u ._^Leretaij. any banking houee in Virginia. Collections a specialty and prompt f information address P\P ? DV f E. A. WARREN, | JCj11 UJLlljD I fi A. l. gorlkv^ President. S. p. gorlk7, Vice President. J. s. simio-vs, Sec'v and Treas. Trav. Pass. Agt. Bristol, Tenn C. A. Bexscotkr, Ass. Gen. Pass. Agt. i remittances made. Interest allowed on time deposits rul^-tf v MANUFACTURERS OF WEST END Brick and Tile Works, Manufacturers of first-clas? Brick of all kinds, including No! 1 Press Brick, Draining Tile, &c. Works on West [B. W. WREinsr, jy5 tf Gen. Pass. Agt. EhbzvRIe, Tc an. YOUNGE. Architect and Superintendent. Roanoke, Va. RoomO, Didier Build* FIB rM SHEET-IRON WARE, and dealsrfe in ail kiads of ! COOKINGAXD HEATING STOVES, Plumping and Gas-Fit?og, Roofir? Spouting and Jobbing. -0 Jjrttining Lite, &rc. Works on West iti? An ciasses of pablfc ftnd prlvate ? - Campbell street. Roanoke, Va. Box \ buildings. Artistic Interior work, and 19.*f^ avenue. ROANOKE, VA aprl-Om J decoration a specialfy. \ jy4tf 'nn5 6m 013 J.R.HOCKADAY, THE PK ." ER real mm mm -OF ?oanoke City. Va. OFFICE: 105 First St.,S. W? Firet National Bank Building. myll-3i