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The Times' Telegraphic and
Local Market Reports.
St. Paul prof. 114
Tox, Pacific.. 10
Nkw York, Sept. 30.?[Special]?
Exchange quiet, lirm at [email protected]?.
Money cnsy.all loans at 3. Sub-treasury
balances?Gold, 3104,330,000; currency,
?5,010,000. Government bonds dull,
firmer. State bonds dull, steady.
Ala. C A3 tob; 104 ,N. W. prof- 50?
do. Cl. 114s.. 107 |N. Pao. 30
Oa.7smortg'e. 101 ? N. Pac. prof.. 70%
N. COS.130 !Pac. Mail_41.'4
do..4s.07 lUoading. 40?
S. C. con llr... 00 R. &, W. P. T'l 10?
Tenn. Os.105 |Rock Island.. 80?
Tonn. sett. 3s. 72 St. Paul.05%
Vir. 0s. 50
Vir. consuls... 00
Ch.&N. W. ..108? jTn. Coal&Ir'n 41Jj
do profor'd.. 143 Union Pacific, 53?
Del. & Laok... 140)4 N. J. Cen.110?
E.Tonn.,now. 34? Mo.Pacific.. 00?
Lake Shore ... ?% West. L'nion . 83?
L. & N.1077s; 'Cot. Oil T. C.. 21
Mem. vtChar.. 84?>Urunswiok ... 37?
Mob. A; Ohio. . Oil Mob. & O. Is.. 00
N. & O. Pa.. 1st 27? Silver Cor-112 U
N. Y. Cen.101.',
Nkw Yoiik, Sept. :;o.?|Special|?
Cotton, easy- Sales to-day 113,000; ups.
10:,s. Orleans 10-0-10; net receipts I7.:t:t:!.
Southern Hour steady. Wheat, modor
ativcly active [email protected]? higher; No. 3 red,
[email protected]?; elevator; options advanced!
[email protected]? through Hutchinsons opera?
tions in ii general way. forcing shorts to
cover. There woto react ions occasioned
by reports that the English supply for
last week was equal to0,000,000bushels,
while consumption was 4.000,000; No. 2
red, Oct., KM:'?: Nov.. 103?: May, 108?.
Corn moderately active. !^@? up, 1
firm; No. 3, 55?, elevator: options ex?
cited. [email protected]?; active in covering con?
tract-* through manipulation of Hutchin?
son. Sept.. r>">'.j: Oct., 55?; Nov.. 50;
May, 57?, Oats steady, fairly active;
options fairly active, firmer; Sept.. 14?;
Oct., 44; Nov.. 11May. Hops
dull, unsettled. Colfee, options closed
dull; Oct., ?>[email protected] 17.00; May, Sir,.:!.",:
spot Rio quiet, steady: fair cargoes.
20?. Sugar, raw quiet, steady: fair re
lining. 5?; centrifugals. HO test. [email protected];
refined, steady, quiet. Molasses, foreign
nominal; Now Orleans (juiet. Rice
fairly active, steady. Petroleum quiet.
Cotton-seed oil quiet, steady: crude,
?J7<<i>:.'S. Rosin steady, dull. Turpentine
dull. Wool fairly active, steady. Poi'k,
moderate demand, steady. Heef quiet,
steady, Hoof hams weak, quiet; tierccd
heef dull firm; out meats dull, steady:
middles steady. Lard higher: Western
steam, 80.40; city. SO; Oct., $0.35; Dec,
90.58. Freights dull; cotton. Is 8d;
grain free.
Ciiicaoo, Sept. 30.?[Special]?Wheat
?There was more demand, necessarily
larger volume of business and higher
prices, notwithstanding tho news was
all more or less bearish, or at least not
any more, favorable for higher prices
than during the preceding few days, but
it is not the first time they transpired.
The advance to-day was due largely
to the apprehension of higher prices by
short Interest. The market, no doubt,
has been oversold, and good buying to?
day by a prominent trader rather de?
veloped this feature. The shorts were
uneasy and .covered freely. The open?
ing was about [email protected]? higher than yester?
day's closing, and there w;us a steady ad?
vance of 1 '.,(</.1 % more, with very slight
Corn ?There was moro doing at higher
prices, better tone being manifested,
which was due largely to local influence.
Steady buying by several large opera?
tors bad a good deal to do with advance
offerings, at times being on moderate
scale. First trades were tit about yos
?torday'-s 'Closing price*, after which
market sold up with little reaction 'j
(it ?, oasetl oir some, ruled firmer, and
?closed with ? (?> ? gain. Oats were
traded In more freely Bod firmer reeling
prevailed, especially for May. which ad?
vanced % under buying by a prominent
local trader and also by shorrs. Ad?
vance in May had good effect on other
months, which advanced % @ at top;
Otterings increased slightly and prict s
yielded a trifle, but roacted and closed
Mess pork?Trading was quite active:
opening sales were at ?> cents advance,
quickly followed by a farther improve?
ment of 20 cents, later receded [email protected]?
and clrsed steady. Lard?quite good
trade was reported; prices ruled !>@??
higher, but settled hack 2? and (dosed
steady. Short, rib sides?an active
business was reported; opening sales
were at:.".; advance, and. further appre?
ciation of 7? was gained biter: prices
receded [email protected] and closed steady. Lead?
ing {futures ranged:
Wheat. Op'ng. ii'gst. Cls'g.
September.... 05? W7? t?7
December.... 08? 100 100
May. 1.03? J..()."i 1.04?
September- 18 48?(J 48?
May. 50)4 r? 1 51
September_ 38 .18? 33?
May. 41? 41? 41?
Muss Pork.
October. 0.50 0.417? 0.55
May. 13.35 12.47 12.37?
La tin.
October.0.13? 0.19? 0.15
May. 0,00 0.90 0.87?
Shout Rihs.
October.5.23? 5.27? 5.32?
May. 0.12? 0.17.'.; 0.15 "
Corrected daily by H. C. Deal, pro?
duce dealer, Cii.y Market.
Corn, per dozen. 10 cts.
Tomatoes, per gallon. 10 cts.
Celery, per bunch. 12? cts.
Oranges, per dozen. 30 cts.
Lemons, per dor.cn. 25 cts.
Itananas, per dozen. 30 to 40 cts.
Cabbage, per head. 5 to 8 cts.
Turnips, per peek. 15 cts.
Sweet potatoes, per pock.. '-'."i ets.
Irish potatoes, per peck... 20 cts.
Cooking apples, per peck.. 30cts.
Eating apples, per peck.. . 25 to :;."> cts.
Lima beans, per quart. 13? ets.
Pears, per quart. 15 cts.
Oysters, select, per quart. 50 cts.
Oysters, medium, per quart. 30 ets,
Peaches, each. 5 Cts.
Grapes, live-pound baskets. .10 to 40 cts.
Grapes, ten-pound baskets. 00 to 75 cts.
Fish, salmon trout per lb. 10 cts.
Mullet, per pound. 8 eis.
Pan fish, per pound. sets.
Ituttcr. choice, per lb. 25 ets.
?* fair per lb. 18 to 20 cts.
Eggs, per dor.. 20 to 22 cts.
Chickens, each. 20 to 23 cts.
And a Central Monument.
Tlio Norfolk & Western's tilft to Komioke.
As Roanoko towers abovo all bther j
cities in Southwestern Virginia, so in a |
certain sense, Woodland Park will for
evor tower above our beautiful city. We
say "in a certain sense" advisedly, bo
cause, in truth, tho highest lots of land
of that beautiful tract which, on the
17th of this month, will be offered at
public sale, are very much below the
actual height of many of the ridges in
and around Roanoke on which our citi?
zens have built their residences. Hut
Woodland Park is to have a granite
tower of fair proportions that shall
stand there forever to commemorate the
miracle that has been wrought in the
last two decades of the nineteenth cen?
The idea of this memorial tower was
conceived by Hon. F. J. Kimball. pres?
ident of the Norfolk and Western rail?
road, who. in behalf of that great and
most prosperous corporation, yesterday
tendered this costly gift to the Wood?
land band Company.
The hitter promptly accepted the
prolfer and also voted to give whatever
land might be needed for a circle in the
centre, of which 1 his monument must be
erected. The railroad'company intends
to build a tower of artistic; proportions,
(using New England granite as the ma?
terial) upon the base of which there will
be abundant space for prcserving,in short
sentences. Uu> history of Roanokc's pop?
ulation and progress. When it is re
i mcmbored that in Isso Roanoko bad
but 400 inhabitants, and that since then
its population (as shown by tho. recent
census) has reached nearly 17.UDO souls,
it. will be sei n how valuable and signifi?
cant a memorial tower this will be. not
alone to the living generation but to all
that shall succeed it.
To Roanoko citizens it will forever
have a profound interest, because to the
latest generation it will tell the story
of this city's growth from small begin?
nings to a great, and glorious prosperity.
If you have anything to sell advertise
In THE TIMES, tho leading paper of the
mineral belt of the two Virginlus.
The Republican Congressional nomi- I
nating convention met in Norfolk yes?
terday, and it is said there will be eon- !
testing delegations from every county. I
who will make it hot for Congressman
Itowden, and are likely to put up an in- j
dependent candidate if ho is renominu
ted. Ex.Congressman Marry Libby, of
Old Point, seems to be the choice of the
anti-llowdcn element among the whites,
while the colored voters incline to J. C.
Asbury, the colored Commonwealth's
attorney of Norfolk county.
The Acme Torpedo Company, on the
West Virginia side of the Ohio river,
was blown up yesterday morning, and
Ralph Schooff, an employe, who was
making glycerine, was killed. Portions
of his body were blown across the river,
boss 82,000.
The Kannwha and Michigan railroad,
j with chief offices at Charleston, \V. Va.,
has bet n sold to the Toledo and Ohio
j Central, and will he operand as a part.
' of one of the Vunderbilt lines to the
The corner stone of tho St. John's
Episcopal .Church at Rippon, Jefferson
county. W, Va.. was laid Saturday last
! with Masonic ceremonies.
Mr. Calvin Farmer, a well known
citizen of Lynchburg, a carpenter by
: trade, died suddenly yostorday.
Mrs. W. I), ( ouch, an aged and re?
spected lady, di<d in Lynchburg voster
; day.
Tut: IIotki. RiiAxnox.?Prom a list
embracing names for the new hotel
al basic City the above has been chosen,
j First, because of its historical assoeia- '
i Hons: secondly, because of its euphoni
I ous and aristocratic sound, and, thirdly,
because it is a name that, once heard, can
never be forgotten, "llrandon," tho
I mime chosen for the n"w hotel at Ilasic
I City, is the title of tho famous and his?
toric estate of the Harrison family on
.lames river. The very name is an in?
toxicant, and seems to have been born in
an aristocracy of sound.?Basic City Ad?
The latest railroad news is that the
llaltimore and Ohio will build a road by
the shortest practical route from the
Knoxvillc Southern to the city of Chat?
If the Norfolk and Western railroad
builds from Itristol to Knoxvillo it is
said that the East Tennessee, Virginia.
Georgia railroad proposes to retaliate by
building from Bristol to Danville, Va.,
thus carrying all its business to the
Richmond and Danville system.?New
York Journal of Finance.
If anything of importance occurs In
Itoanoke, Southwest Virginia, or any?
where in the world), you can count on
Unding it in THE TIMES tho next morn?
Pattern hats and bonnets, also cloaks,
will be seen in all fall styles at K. & S.
millinery and cloak palace October 1st.
'2nd, and 3rd, 135 Salem avenue.
Ladies Have Tried it.
A number of my lady customers have
j tried ??.Mother's Friend," and would not
I be without for many times its cost.
I They recommend it to all who are to
become mothers. R. A. Payne. Drug?
gist, Greonvillc, Ala. Write Itradfleld
Reg. Co., Atlanta. (3a., for particulars.
Sold by Budwell Christian itarbce.
Did you ever know one to use "A. B.
C. Alternative"' for blood taint, w ithout
a cure?
tulips, etc. .lust received, imported
direct from Holland, our fall stock of
these beautiful winter and spring flowor
ing btiJbs. Descriptive circular contain?
ing cultural directions free. Semi for
it. T. W. WOOD .V. SON'S. Sei .1.men.
S and 10 S. Fourteenth street. Bich
mend. Va. S0p24-?wks
. Is there anything you
wish to buy or sell ?
Do you want rooms ?
Do you want board ?
Do you want emploj'inent ?
Have you stock for sale ?
Have you rooms for rent ?
Do you want boarders ?
If you want anything or
have anything to dispose ofj
put an advertisement in The
Times. It will cost only one
cent per word, and will bring
what you want.
Situations Wanted and
"founds" inserted free ofj
COOK'S CONVENTION will convene
at the Skating Kink Tuesday night
Holling l'in Drill will bo given by the
delegates, in enstunic, atp. in. Oys?
ters, etc., furnished by the voting holies
of the First baptist Church. Admission
Ki cents. Doors open at (> o'clock,
cct 1-21.
E^OB RENT Thri'i convenient rooms
on lower floor. Apply to
oct l-3t "it7 Second avenue, n. w.
TICK FRONT ROOMS for gentlemen
at the Karl Douse. oct l-lw
AIT"ANTED?To rent at once, one
* stable with tour stalls. Address
F. 1). F.. 130 Salem avc. 2t
until Spring. Apply to
sop30-2t 505 lloanoke street.
ENCAVAT1NG.?The lot. fronting
on Jefferson street, beginning ?7H feet
north of Felix Hotel. Roanokc: fronting
00foot on Jefferson street, running hack
11(1 feet: grade to a level with Jclfcrson
street front. None hut responsible par?
ties need apply. Send estimates, or for
further particulars, address
.1. I'. KELL,
scp30-3t Lynchburg, Va.
J A NTKD?Short-hand Pupils, l or
' terms, address
1 30 Salem avenue.
Rest references given. S0p30-lw
one oi- two hoarders.
B0p30-lw 400 Fourth avenue. S. W.
SEVERAL line milk cows will be sold
at auction Wednesday. October 1. at
Mine Ridge Springs. Sale will not com?
mence until 1:.' o'clock. Parties wish?
ing to buy can leave on No. -1 and re?
turn on No. :t. Hound trip only 50
cents. Terms, four month's credit with
good security. scp30-3t
7"ANTKD.?Scavenger and garbage
work done at short notice.
scpt25-lm 223 Fourth ave. n. w.
JICE front rooms for gentlemen at
Earl House sept23-lw
stitution in Southwest Virginia.
The Rounoko Trust. Loan and Safe De?
posit Company. Capital and Surplus.
$30*2,212.00. Pays interest on deposits.
"1 \7 A NTKD. ?A gentleman of tine so
t t oial position want:; two connect?
ing rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with board, for himself, wife and two
small children, in a private family of
good position. House must be in good
location. Address ROANOKE, this of
j flee. tf
HAVE your house painted in first
class style by Carr. None but first
class material used.
ING nicely decorated in either oil
or water colors. Carr can do it. marti-tf
(Mass. Steam Boiler Inspection,
Tornado and Bent Insurance, at, office
of Fidelity Loan and Trust Company,
Salem avenue, near Jefferson street,
Roanokc, Va.
augl-lra Agents.
dat.ed at Roror Bark Hotel. Nieely
furnished rooms. Large grounds.
Table set with the best the market af?
mar27-tf I 'roprietoross.
Will remove October 1 to 151 Salem
avenue, next to Blount's Diamond
Front. She will then carry a fine line
of millinery goods, notions, etc., which
she will be glad to have the people of
Roanokc and vicinity call and examine.
ABY. NO. I.",: Sir!
Knights, attention?There
will be it called conclave of
NO. 15, this Wednesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock for
drill. All members are requested to at?
tend and bear hand promptly. Ky order*
of the E. C B. S. ROBERTS. Recorder.
ft First-Class Investment,
Wo offer the best security in the city
and pay semi-annual dividends. Asa
savings bank this institution offers
special inducements. Paid up shares
S.".i> each. Installment shares SI per
month. Shares may be subscribed for
at any time. For further information
address Tin- People's Perpetual Loan
and Building Association.
Sco'y and Trcas.
Room 1, Musonic Temple.
500 Hi-rA-DXES
2 Cakes Laundry Soap
For 5 Cents.
Commerce street. Wc make to
order rubber stamps, stencils, corporate
; seals, wax seals, steed and Iron dies,
t keys of all kinds, key tags, name plates,
' badges. branding boards. burning
brands, baggage cheeks, stamping tools,
etc. Wo repair sewing macoincs,
watches, clocks, music, boxes, writing
desks, fans, lawn mowers, typewriters.
' canes, scissors, table cutlery, toys of all
; kinds, glassware, earthenware, trunks.
? valises, and everything generally. If
, you have anything broken do not throw
; it away before consulting us: if we oan
! not mend it we will toll you where you
can have it done. Wo will tit your
, house with electric bells, burglar alarms,
' annunciators, gas; lighters, door openers,
; etc. Special attention given to Utting
! hotels with electric call-bells, and Pat
i rick it Cartor return call and tiro alarm
system combined. SHARP & ADDlCKS,
1.15 Commerce street. sop27-lm
Which took placo last, Saturday at No. !'
First avenue (Kirk Rullding), lias taken
the people of lionnoko and vicinity by
storm. Nothing to compare with it ever
occurred before. Crowds of anxious buy?
ers were t urned a way.unable to bo waited
upon, and Is it any wonder, when you
can get Fine Clothing at such remarka?
bly low prices'.' We guarantee to save
y?n from 25 to33 percent, ohthodpllar.
By dint of persistent hard work ami
ready cash, we ha ve secured, and are now
displaying, the largest, lust selected,
best, made, and most fashionable stock
of Men's Roys', and Children's
Fall and Winter Clothing,
Together with an elegant lino of Cents1
Furnishing Goods, thai the eye has over
behold; all of which wo tire ogoring at
prices that will prove a puzzle to com?
In order to give you an idea of how lit?
tle money is required to buy the Resl
Clothing, a few prices are mentioned:
Read and Wonder:
I 00cents will buy men's iron-clad work?
ing Pants.
81.25 will buy men's got d cassimc-re
1 pants, your choice of fourteen styles.
SI.7."? will buy men's nobby evening
S3.50 will buy men's finest dress pants,
light and dark colors, the latest designs,
all equal to custom made.
S4.:.T> will buy a man's good, serviceable
cassimero suit, in light and dark colors.
?0.00 will hay a Hrst-olnss business
suit, sack or cutaway, your choice of fif?
teen styles.
S7.50 will buy an all-wool fashionable
dress suit, stick or cutaway, in all the
leading styles.
S8..")0 will buy an all-wool fancy cassi?
mero, tricot, or cheviot dress suit. We
have them in sacks and cutaways in all
$10.50 will bay IM extra tine imported
fancy worsted Diagonal. Corkscrew, or
Wide-Wale suit, sack or :! or 1 button
cutaway, in all sizes.
$11.50 w ill buy a superfine tailor-made
silk or Italian cloth-lined dress suit,
equal to custom made.
$1.33 will buy a good serviceable child's
suit, age I to 11.
$3.00 will buy a child's line all-wool
dress suit, an uncqualed assortment,
light and dark colors, ago I to 14.
92.00 will buy a good, durable boy's
suit, age 13 to IS years.
S5.00 will buy a hoy's stylish dress
suit, a variety of'styles, light and dark
colors, age 13 to IS.
It is necessary that you see the goods
to form an idea of how little money is
required to buy the very best and most
stylish Clothing. Wf. mi-: an IIU8IXF.8S.
Come and let us convince you. We urge
you to MAKK No I'ltnCHASH until you
have visited our establishment.
Ami Smashers of High Prices,
No. 0 First avenue, s. w., three doors
from JolTersonstreet, (Kirk Building).
N the next thirty or sixty days drummers will solicit
your orders for calendars. Now, we are right here in
town with a
Thousand Different Style]
At manufacturers' prices, and will be very glad tcJshow
them to you and take an order for immediate or Decem?
ber delivery. The entire line makes an
And is worth coming to see. From $8 to $250 a thou?
sand, and you know it must be an exquisite piece of work?
manship to make a calendar worth 25 cents. But this is
no "song and dance," we've got them. And, job printing !
anything in the world you want.
The Bell Printing and Manufacturing Co.,
Telephone 43.
Gale Building.
Auction sale of valuable building lots in
Wednesday, Oct. 15, 1890.
The Newport News Land and Development Co.
Tins Is what you have lioen looking for. An investment with sure profits
behind it. Newport News is so well known that hut little comment is neces?
sary. It is the eastern terminus of the groat Chesapeake ami Ohio Railway
system, and the best deep water port on the Atlantic coast. It has the larg- ~
est dry dock and the largest and nest equipped shipbuilding plant in America,
Ill-sides numerous other industries already established. AVotton mill com
puny, light and water company, and a street railway company are organized.
Next year 11,000 men w ill be employed, and more than $3,000,000 paid out
for wages in this city. Our population must soon be 20,000 people.
These lots are located on the line of the projected street railway, within
tho present city limits. Terms of sale?Ton per cent cash; balance in easy
instalments. Sale will bo continued if deemed advisable. tds
Roanoke Racing Ass'n.
Wednesday, October 22, 1890.
Rack I.
Running ? Hotel Stakes, half-mile
I boats: Parse $150 ?$100 to first, $50 to
second. ,
Trotting?2:50 class. Purse $200?$120
to lirst, S"'() to second, 5*20 to third.
Rack 111.
Running?Mile dash. Purse $200?
$150 to first. ?."?0 to second.
Rack IV.
Running?(lOntlomen riders. Three
quarter mile dash. welter weights.
Purso$100?$75 to lirst, $25 to second.
Thursday, October 23, 1890.
Rack I.
Punning?Threb-quarter mile heats.
Purse SI.Hi ?sine to first. >'.">() to SCUOUd.
Rack II.
Trotting?2:35 class. Purse $250?$150
to llrrtt, sT.'i to second. $25 to third.
Rack 111.
Punning?Merchants' slakes, one and
one-quarter mile dash. Piuse $200?
Dil. ROBERTSON, 11* N. Liberty
street. Raltimorc, Md.. the oldest
reliable Specialist (regular graduate)
in Raltimorc, with :.'."> years' experience
in hospital and special practice, guar?
antees a cure (without meicury or
caustic) in till acute and chronic dis?
eases of the urinary organs. Nervous
and Organic Weakness, Strictures, etc.
Urethral diseases recently contracted
positively cured in four to six days.
Consultation confidential. Writo or
call. Medicines sent to any address.
Special treatment to Ladies. Hoard
and nursing if desired.
_?" _ sopf.'S-d&W-lyr
No. l Thomas Building Coml Houso
yard. sept2-thv^.
attorn E v - a t- L aw,
I lo Jefferson street.
First floor to roar of Llray ok BoswolL
. OIUKFIN. I .1. Al.l.k.N W A ITS?
Itonnoko, Va.,
Ofllco: Room No. 5, Kirk- Building, aorv:
nor Salem avenue and Jefferson St. tf
I Olli
5150 to lust.
$50 to second.
Rack i v.
Welter-weight hurdle
Roanoko, Va.
?!?: Corner Salem avenue and Com
erce streets, over Wertz's grocery.
myl i-tf
IIOMAS W. Ml 1.1.KU.
Running- welter-weight Jiurtue, one
and one-half lllilodasll over six hurdles.
Purse $150?$100 to first, $50 to second.
Friday, October 24, 1890.
Otllce: No. Id Kirk Rullding, over .John?
son and Johnson's Drug Stovo.
ap2-tf '*,
"'. 11. moo.maw, i >ino. w. woods,
Rdtotourt county. | Roanoke county*
i: ten
Novell v.
Punning- Novelty, one mile dash.
Purse $250? $25 to horse at. quartcr-milo
post first, $50 to one at half-mile lirst.
s7."> to one at three-quarters lirst. $100 to
one at mile. It is possible for one horse
to win the whole purse.
Rack II.
Punning ? Five-eighth mile heats.
Purse $150?$100 to first, $50 to second.
Rack ill.
Running?Virginia stakes, one and
one-half mile dash. Purse $250 ?$17.") to j
: first, $75 to second.
Rack IV.
J Trot ting?Free for all. Purse $400?
; $240 to lirst. $120 to second. $10 to third. ;
Rack V.
Running-Consolat ion, three-quarter '
! mile dash. Purse $150 -$100 to first, $50 ,
I to second. Horses only that have run
and not won at this meeting are eligible
to start. Entrance ?"> per cent.
SpRCIAl. Rack.
Roanoke stakes, for trotting horses
' owned and in Roanoke county Septem
' ber 15, 1800. A sweepstake of $25 each
with $100 added by the Association, of
which two-thirds to the first and onc
third to the second horse; four to enter
ami three to start. If live (-liters the
! third to save his stake. Time of race
i will be arranged on or before the first
day of t he meet ing. tdr
Will practice in the courtsof Koanoko
city and county and counties adjoining.
Will at tend the courts of Roanoke and
Itotetourt regularly, Roanoke, Ya.
Oflicc: Salem avenue, opposite Stewart's
furniture store. tf
Roanoke, Va.
Office on Commerce street, near Court
Special attention given to examina?
tion of titles to and matters connected
with real estate.
CTAXSimoucii & williams,
A TTOR N E Y S - AT- l A w.
Room No. II, - - - - Moomaw Building,
Jefferson Street, Roanoke. Va.
Will practice in the Hustings Court of
the city of Roanoke, Court of Appeals
of Virginia and United States district
Courts. mar'J.VIf
K1NNEY, M. I).
Practice Limited to
eye, KAP, THROAT. AND nose.
Office-1 OverO'Leary, Campbell street.
my 27-tJin
o. hai
I'llil.aoki.rillA, Sept. 24, !>'.?(>.
Notice is hereby given that the Hoard
? of Directors has declared on the pre?
ferred stock of this Company a dividend
I of ono and one-half dollars per share
out of the surplus income of thet'oin
. puny, payable at the ofRco of the Treas?
urer on and after October 23, 1800, to
the Stockholders as registered at 3
o'clock p. in., on October II, 1800.
The transfer books will be closed
from October 11, 1800, until *.i o'clock
a. in. October 23. 1800.
A. .1. 1! EM PI I ILL.
3Cp2OOCt-l,3,0,13,15,3 l,2A Secretary.
Courts: Roanoke and adjoining coun?
ties. Otllce, Moomaw Building. Jeffer?
son street S. Rooms :t ami -t. janlOtf
A. L. OOIU.KV, President.
S. P. Clom.KY, Vice President.
.1. S. Simmons, Sec.'y. and Treas.
Brick and Tile Works,
Manufacturers of first-class Brick of
all kinds, including No. I Press Prick,
Draining Tile, Ac. Works on West
Campbell street, Roanoke, Va. Rox
til 3. aprl*0m.

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