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\hiy, January 27?Michael Da?
wn funds entrusted to him by
and others, has sent ??0
ridows and orphans of nine
fishermen drowned at Donegal.
The three outlets for disease are
the bowejs, the skin and the kidneys.
Regulate their action by the best
purifying tonic, Burdock Blood
Empress Augusta' left 7,000,000
marks. Her jewels and ornament f
are bequeath* d to personal friends as
keepsakes Une valuable . jewel is
left to the E??press Victoria.
OFK VEKY BEST PEOPLE.
Confirm our statement when we say
that Dr. Acker's English remedy
is in every way superior to
any and all other preparations for the
throat and lungs. In whooping cough
and croup, it is uiagjc and relieves at
once. We offer you a sample bottle
free. Remember, this remedy is sold
on a positive guarantee by Budwell, j
Christian & Barbee._
The young king of Spain, who
has been pronounced out of danger,
is not a pretty child He is totally
bald and has no eyebrows nor eyelash?
es He is nervous and irritable and
inherits anepileptic temperament.
A Safe Investment
Is one which is guaranteed to briu;.
yousatisfactory results, or in case of
failure a return of purchase i)rice. On
this safe plan you can buy from our
advertised Druggist a bottle of Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump?
tion. It is guaranteed to bring relief
in every case, when used for any affec?
tion of throat, lungs or chest, such as
consumption, inflammation of lungs,
bronchitis, asthma, whooping cough,
croup, etc., etc. It is pleasant and
agreeable to taste, perfectly safe, and
can always be depended upon. Trial
bottles free at Budwell & Christian's
drug store. t
Prince T. Key Kubah Mirza, who is j
a first cousin of the shah of Persia, |
has been sent to Siberia by the Rus?
sian government for distributing base
?Bucklcn's Arnica Salve.
1 Tffe best salve in the world for cute,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
6ores, tetter, chapped hands, chil?
blains, corns, and all skin eruptions,
and positively cures piles, or no pay
required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction, or money re?
funded. Price 25 cents per box. Foi
?ale by Budw?ll & Christian. t
Kinr Humbert of Italy his been
obtfged to have all his teeth pulled.
This misfortune is the outcome of
A DITTY TO YOURSELF.
It is surprising that people will use j
a common, ordinary pill when they j
can secure a valuable English one for 1
the same money. Dr. Acker's English j
pills are a positive cure for sick-head- j
ache and all liver troubles. They are
small, sweet, easily taken, and do not
gripe. Sold by Budwell, Christian &
Always wipe your razor clean and
stop it before putting it away, and!
always put your shaving brush away1
with tbe leather on it.
f, WE OAS ASD 0?
Guarantee Dr. Acker's Blood Elixir,
for it has been fully demonstrated to
the people of this country that it is
superior to all other preparations for
blood ? diseases. It is a postiv- cure
for syphilitic poisoning, ulcers, erup?
tions and pimples. It purifies the
?whole system aud thoroughly build
up the constitution. Sold by Budwell,
Christian & Barbee.
In cold weather place your razor
(closed, of course) iu your pocket or
under your arm to warm it.
A CHILD KILLED.
Another child killed by the use o
opiates given in the form of soothing
yrup. Why mother give their child?
ren such deadly poison is surprising
?when they can relieve the child of its
peculiar troubles by using Dr Acker's
Baby Soother. It contains no opium
or morphine. Sold by Budwell, Chris?
tian & Barbee.
Twenty-seven thousand seven hun
dred and forty-one women are em?
ployed in the construction of houses
and other buildings.
CAST SLEEP SIGHTS
complaint of thousands suffer
Ifroin Asthma, Consumption,
is, etc. Did you ever try Dr.
's English Remedy!' It is the
[preparation known for lung
les. Sold on a positive guaran
k25 and 30 cents by Budwell &
pan. _ _
respectable total of 94,251
|n appeared as clergy, ministers,
church and temple officers.
Ibert Sperry, Tremout, 111., had
lelas in both legs. Confined to
>use for six weeks. He says:
|n I was able to get on my legs. I
m itching sensation that nearly
hie crazy. I scratched them raw |
ke bones. Tried everything with
\ny relief. I was tormented in
ray for two vears. I then found
ke's Extract of Flax (Papillon) |
]Cure at the drug store, used it,
has cured me sound and well.'
^'s Flax Soap has n" equal for |
nd toilet. Skin Cure, $1. Soap,
IS. For sale at Johnson & John-1
ce of soft plate leather should
be kept with razors to wipe ]
them with. _
Remarked by R. C. Joiner, of Allen I
P. 0., Hillsdale Co., Mich.: "Nothing]
gave my rheumatism such quick relief
as Dr. Thomas' Eclectnc Oil?believe |
it infallible for rheumatism."
The moment you leave your bed or
bath is the best time to shave.
y v Blair Says It's All Right.
Mr. S.O, Blair, Chicago, says: "We
. "could not keep house without your
?^'Clarke's Extract of Flax Skin Cure
**?^Rl Cough Cur?. We have U6ed
"both for numerous troubles, especial?
ly for our cnildren. We recomnienp j
"the Cough Cure to every family hav
"ing children. We used it for Whoop?
ing Cough with remarkably quick
"and satisfactory results, and use it
"for any and every cough th? family
"may have." Only one size, large
"ottle. Price $1. If you want the
"est Toilet Soap get Clarke's Flax>
Soap, 25 cents. Ask Johnson & John*'
son, drngirists. for these preparations, i
Civil and Mining Engineers
.Plans and all Branchen ?f
Attended to Promptly.
>n street, S. W.
A btriutij u. - a ? uiucutDe. Fu.ly
warranted. Made trom very'test ma?
terial, by skilled workmen, and with,
the best tools that have ever tieen I
devised for the purpose. Warranted]
to do all that can be reasonably ex?
pected of the very best typewriter
[exlaut. Capable of waiting 1501
words per minute?or more?according |
to the ability of the operator.
If there is uo agent in your town,]
dress the manufacturers.
THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
Agents wanted. Parish, N. Y.
Ol Valuable' Real Estate in
th& City of Roanoke, Va.
I)Y VIRTUE OF A DEED 0F|
) trust, madb the 1st day of No?
vember, 1888, by Mrs. A. E. Bland
and J. K. Bland, her husband, to se?
cure to W P. Huff and Jas. R. Terry,
the payment of cerrain notes in said
deed mentioned, default having been
made in the payment of said notes,
the undersigned trustee in said deed
of trust will, on Wednesday, the 13th
day of February, 1800, in front of the
premises, sell, by public auction, to j
the highest bidder, that certain par?
cel of laud, with the improvements J
thereon, lying in the city of Roanoke, |
Va., and described as follows:
Beginning at a point on tin? south
side of Gilmer street (">$>. 3 feet east of
Trout street: thence with Gilnier
street south !?lc 1-V, east 34.3 feet to a
point; thence south 8? 45', west 130
feet to an alley: thence with said
alley north J>12 10', west 34 3 feet to a
point; thence north i>? 43'. east 130
feet, to the place of beginning.
Terms: Cash, $160.00; forty-four
monthly payments of $25 each, with
interest fnuu November 1, 1SSS, and
i as to the residue, on a credit of one
and two years, with inteiest from day
of sale. This property is desirable for
a residence, and is conveniently sit?
uated to the business portion of the
city, and should command the atten?
tion of home seekers ur persons de?
siring iiood investments.
THOS. W. MILLER,
jan 12-lino _ Trustee.
~TKUS TEE S STLlT
By yirture of deed of trust executed
to me. the undersign- u, by J. H. Ken
nerly, bearing date on the 23rd
! day of May, and duly recorded in the
clerk'soflice of the Hu>tiugs court for
the city of Roanoke, in 1). B. 24, p 3t?,
to secure the payment of certain notes
therein mentioned, aggregating thej
sum ot $625, and default having been
made in the payment of said notes, at
I the request of the holder of said notes,
: 1 will offer at public saie to the high?
est bidder on the premises, r>n Wednes?
day the 10th day of FebVuary, 1?'J0,
at 12 noon, the following property,
towit: That certain lot ot" hind in the
city of Roanoke, Va.. on the corner
of Park and Elm stn.-ets, fronting 50
feet on Elm street, and running back
between parallel lines 130 feet to an
alley, known as lot number 1, Section
13 of the Lewis addition to the city
Terms of sale, cash as to siJOO 00 aud
cost of sale, the balance payable at
such time us shall be made known on
day of sale.
ROUT. E. SCOTT.
The Roanoke Construction and Im?
provement Compauy are prepared
to oiler to those wanting desir?
able homes at moderate
cost and on easy
Now iD course of erection in a Out?
class location.wiihiuir live minutes walk
of the centre of the city. Tl^e houses
will be offered until completion at a
LOW FIGURE and
ON EASY TERMS.
Plans cau be seen at the office of the
company in the Citizens,Bauk Building.
UnGLEBY I bros..
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
and dealers iu all kinds of
COOKING and HEATING oTO VES,
Plumbing ?ud Gas-Fitting, RooGng
Spouting and Jobbing.
19 .Saiem Avenue, ROANOKE, VA
CITY I.I V Kit Y, FEED aud EXCHANGE |
T. P. CO UDER. Proprietor.
112 Campbell St., Roanoke City, Va.
HACKS, BUGGIES aud SADDLE
HORSES fun ished on short notice.
Horses boarded by the day, week or
month. Special attention given to
SEAL ESTATE AGENT,
Main streeet, Opposite Duval House,
Correspondence solicited concerning
the purchase or sale of property in
Salem. Personal, attention given to
ail business entrusted to me, and full
satisfaction guaranteed. oc22:tf
At a meeting of the council held
January 14,1890, the following ordi
nance was adopted:
Whereat), it it) deemed expedient to
raise the sum of $15,000 for the pur?
pose or providing a mayor's office,
lock-up and police headquarters,
He it ordained by the council of
i he city of Roanoko, That for
the purpose above mentioned the
president of the council is hereby uu
horized and directed to execute for
rid in the name of the city of Roa
oke bonds to the amount ?f $15,000,
dated at such time in the future, not
later than the 1st'day of July, 1890,
as he may deem advisable; arfll paya?
ble thirty years after date, said
bonds to be for the sum of $500 each,
and to bear interest at the rate of G
per centum per annum, payable 6emi
annually, and to be in style and form
such as are known as coupon-bonds,
the coupons to bcsigned by tiie city
treasurer. The clerk of the council is
hereby authorized and directed to
affix to such bonds the corporate seal
of the city and duly attest the same.
The aforesaid bonds shall confain a
clause providing that after the lapse
of fifteen years, from their date, the
said bonds shall be redeemable at any
time, at the option of the city.
? 2. These bonds, when duly exe- '.
cuted, shall be turned over by the
'president to the treasurer of the city j
who, under the direction and control'
of the finance committee, shall sell
the same for and on accouut of the
8. The sergeant of the city and the
commissioners of elections herein?
after named are hereby directed to
open the polls at the regular voting
places of the city nn the 18th day of
February, 1890, "and take the sense
of the freehold voters of this city, for
and against the endowment of this
4. The mayor of the city is re?
quested to give due notice of the said
elecxion, setting forth the time and
5. The judges of election in the
several wards are hereby appointed
commissioners to conduct the said
election, and in the case of the fail?
ure of anyone or more of them to act,
the place or places of such shall be
filled in the manner provided for by
law, in the case of regular elections.
0. The said election shall be con-1
ducted in the same manner prescribed
by the State law for the conduct of
elections. Ballots for the ordinance
shall read "For the Police Ordi?
nance," ballots against the ordinance
shall read, "Against the Police Ordi?
T. The commissioners of elections
shall, immediately after the closing
of the polls, count the ballots depos?
ited, and shall within two days there?
after, make a written return of the
results of said election, to the presi?
dent of the council, specifying the
uumber of votes east for, and the
number of votes cast against the en?
dowment of this ordinance, and the
president at the regular meeting of
the council shall order said returns
to be spread upon the records of
council. And the said commission?
ers, shall furthermore seal up in sepa?
rate packages the ballots cast for and
against this ordinance, and within two
days after the closing of said polls
transmit the same to the clerk of the
council, to be kept among the arch?
ives of th* council, and said packages
are not tobe opened during the space
of twelve months thereafter without
the order of the president.
" Gko. L. Benxktt,
In obedience to the foregoing or?
ders, notice is hereby given that the
polls will be opened at the several vo?
ting precincts, of the city of RoanOke,
at sunrise on Tuesday. 18th day of
February, 1890, for a vote to be taken
as specified in said orders.
C W. Thomas,
_jan. 11-1 m Sergeant._
COAL AND WOOD
Winter is coming and everybody
auould prepare for it.
Pocahontas lump Coal
CHEAP AS TIIE CHEAPEST
CHURCH AND ROANOKE STS.,
TELEPHONE NO. 70
1 m 0-0_
I* r this quarter and
for month of December are now due
and payable at company's office.
Gas bills, if paid before the 10th
instant, a discount of 12j per cent,
No discount on bills paid after the
Failure to receive a bill does not en?
title consumer to the discount.
Lime for Fertilizing and Disinfect?
ing, also Gas Tar for sale.
Applications for extensions, im?
provements, taps, purchases and all
other matters relating to Gas or
Water should be made to
FRANCIS T. BRINKLEY,
ROANOKE GAS AND WATER CO
No. 11 Th!r3 Avenue. 8onthwesf
HAVING BOUGHT OUT THE SA
loon of Mr. R. E. Coleman at
No 37 Salem avenue.I will continue to
keep the very best
of all kinds. Feeling gratefulfor past
patronage and hoping I may merit a
continuance of the same, I am most
respectfully, LAWRENCE DELANY
A BIG DEMAND.
All persons having vacant property
in the Lewis Addition or elsewhere in
the southern portion of the city, are
requested to call and list the same
with us at once, as we have a big
demand for property of that kind,
ivntt-ft Wlfc Y?tfER & CO.
s to m
BOYS' (SUITS FROM $3 TO $
CHILDREN'S SUITS FROM $2 TO $10
MEN'S, BOYS', YOUTH'S,
IN ALL STYLES
SATIS-LINED A SPECIALTY.
Furnishing Department Complete
JjUSH U. DE RR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Office 100 Jefferson street. Roanoke,
Virginia._ _ janS?-tf
WO. HARD AW AY,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
(Late of the Martinsville Bar.)
Courts: Roanoke and adjoining
counties. Office No 303 Second St.,
Thomas Building, Courthouse square.
J KIN NEY, M. D.
practice LIMITED TO
Eye, Ear, Throat and Nose.
OFFICE - Over O'Leary, Campbell
W. S. GREGORY,
Thorough Graduate of Baltimore
106 Salem Avenue, Next Duor
to National Bank.
R. r. T. HILL,
Physician and Surgeon,
Offers his professional services to the
citizens of Roanoke.
Office over Budwell and Christian's.
Entrance No. (i Salem (First) avenue.
?OFFICE HOL RS?
8 to iO a. in., 1:2 to 1 p. m., 3 to 4.30
p. m.,7.30 to 10 p. in. sep24Cm
A RCHER L. PAYNE.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
?A N D?
COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY.
Office on Commerce street over 0. R.
Wert/.'s store. (Same office occupied
by Gibson A: Payne). _jani-'i tf
jl?OERTOJJ s>. UuGKit?.
Graduate bf the Royal Institute ol Uu?
arts, Rome, Italy.
tlMce: No.2 S.Eleventh St.,l'.lclunnmi
C B. MOOMAW, I JNO. W. WOODS,
Botetourt county. | Roanoke countv.
MOOMA.W & WOODS,
?U iactice in the courts of Roanoki??
city ana county and counties adjoining. Will
attend the courts of Roanoke and Botetoun
etgularly. Office- -Salem Avenne, opposite |
?iewart'fl Furniture Store. Roanoke. va.
Q R. FRENCH~
Roaxokk, - - - Virginia. I
Office, No. 9 Third avenue S. W?,
second floor. P O. Box, 31. Sur j
veys, plans and estimates made on
p Li. WUUD, D. D. b., D?INTJLST,
?xuith's new Building, Salem avenue
References?Prof. Jan. H. Harris,
ialtimore, Md.; Dr. Chas. L. Steele,
tichmond, Va., Dr. Leigh Buckner,
"1 "I. PEN? LUCIAN H COOKK
pENN v COCKE,
Coorts ? Roanoke and adjoining
Office : Corner Commerce, street
aud Salem avenue._i_
Q.USTAF BOTTIGER, A?GH"'KCT.
Graduate of the
of Stockholm and Gothenburg,
Sweden. Plans and Specifications
?leliverdd on short notice. Correspon
I tfflce Masonic Building, Roanoke, Va.
griffin. I J. allen watts
jRIFFIN & WATTS;
Roanoke, - - -?. - Virgiuia.
Office: Room No. 5, Kirk's building,
">mer Salem avenue nnd Jefferson St.
All parties due the late firm of
Duffey & Greene will confer a favor
>y coming forward and settling the
.me' at their earliest convenience.
>Ve will "ontinue business at the old
stand. Thanking you for the past
patronage and hoping we may merit
a continuance we are
. JanJKKhv J. R GREENE & CO.
At a meeting of the council held
January 14, l?'JO, the following ordi?
nance was adopted:
Be it ordained by the council of
the city of Iioanoke, upon the pe?
tition of the Koauok and Souther
Railway company, by its president,
filed on the ?rd day of December.
1. That the sergeant and judges of
election tor the said city of Roanoke
do open a poll at the several voting
precincts of said city, on Tuesday,
the lbth day of February, ltf!>0, and
take the sense of. the freehold voters
on thu cpiestiou, whether the said
council shall be authorized, in the
name of and for the use of the city,
to cause to he issued, bonds to an
amount not exceeding one hundred
thousand dollars for the purpose of
making a second and further sub
BCription to the capital stork of the
Roanoke and Southern Railway com?
2. The said election shall be held
and the authority to issue said bonds
and raise said subscription shall be
upon the following terms and con?
I. The said council may subscribe
for the stock of said company to the
amount of one hundred thousand
dollars; provided, that the ag?
gregate debt of the city shall
not exceed ten per centum of the
assessed value of the property, real
and personal, within the city limits.
II That the said company shall,
wit hin ninety days after said subscrip?
tion shall be made, commence to con?
struct Us line of road at a point within
one mile from the present city limits
of the city of Roanoke, and shall pros?
ecute the same in a bona fide manner
with all reasonable diligence to its
completion, and furthermore, that
within six months after the work
shall be so begun, the said company
shall connect between the point just
indicated and its terminus within the
present limits of the nity of Roanoke
III. The bonds ?.f the city of Ron
uoku shall bear 6 per centum interest
per annum and shall be redeemable
in thirty years from their date, and
shall be issued anil delivered the said
Roanoke and Southern railway as fol?
lows: Upon the certificate the chief
engineer of said; railway of the com
pletion of the grading of each and
every mile ol Bald road from Roa?
noke city southward, the city of Roa?
noke shall deliver to said railway
the bonds of said city to the amount
of live thousand dollars and upon
like certificate of the engineer for each
and every mile of said road when
the superstructure is complete, and
ready for operation, the said city
shall deliver to said railway bonds
of said city to the amount of
five thousand dollars per mile until
the entire sum of $100,000 provided for
in this ordinance shall be delivered.
Upon the delivery of each install?
ment of said bonds to the railway
company the said company shall de
liver to the said city certificates of
stock in said railway to the amount
of said bonds.
IV. The subscription when made
by the city council shall be upon the
terms and conditions set forth, and
whenever the said company fail to
comply with said terms and condi?
tions, then, and in that event, the
said subscription, at the option of
said city, shall be void.
V. The election shall be held and
conducted in the manner provided foi
under section 1243 and 1244 of the code
of Virginia, and the question sub?
mitted 8ha]1. be determined under
the proyisions of section 50, chapter
V. of the charter oi said city.
VI. The sergeant shall cause a certi?
fied copy of this ordinanco to be pub?
lished in the daily papers of this city,
and shall post a copy of the same at
each of the voting places for thirty
days previous to the day of election.
GEO. L BENNETT, Clerk.
In obedience to the foregoing order,
notice is hereby given that the polls
will be opened at the several voting
precincts of the city of Roanoke at.
for a vote to be taken as specified in
said order. C. W. THOMAS,
January 15th, 1800.
The Citizens MI of Hnub
Salem Avenue, between Jefferson
and Henry Streets.
J. B. Letx, President. Late cashier
Commercial Bank, Roanoke, Va.
John Ott, Cashier. Late cashier
City Bank, Richmond, Va.
Acc/ounts of banks, bankers, corpor?
ations, merchants, and individuals
solicited. Our facilities for doing a
general banking business are equal to
to any banking house in Virginia.
Collections a specialty and pronipe
remitt?* h made. Interest allowed
EoTABLlSHED IN ROANOKE 1882.
. PICKEN, J
Having returned from a month's tramp through the artistic
houses in New York, has .'?elected an assortment of the latest
Jewelry. Watches and Silverware,
hICH ART goods
never before introduced iu this part of the country. Royal
Worcester, Doulton and Cut Glass from England, Porcelain
from Dresden, Marble Clocks from Paris, Quaint Curios, from
Japan, Hand Painted Cups from China and Turkish Fezes.
His selection of
Oxodized Silver Tables, Lamps' Candelabra^
Hundred and One Other Hovelties
Need ouly to be seen to he appreciated and purchased.
We cordially invite all to call and see our goods befdre
All Purchases Engraved in the. Highest
Style of the Art, Free of Charge.
-A FULL LINE OF
Paints, Brushes, Canvas, Crayon Paper, &c.
ot) SALEM AVENUE,
IMPORTER AND REPAIRER OF
OUR REPAIRING DEPARTMENT
is in charge of the very finest workmen that can be had, and we guarantee
to do work which cannot be duplicated in the city. Send your watches to
s? LVER thorn's
-AND GET FIRST CLASS WORK
L. B. HUFF
W M.M.Y AGER&CO.
Have Just Placed on the Market the Beautiful
Lots of the
ETI ID GLADE LAID COMPANIES.
Fult FROM $75 lo $200 per lot at terms ?o suit all purchasers, $30 tu $50
cash, balance in monthly installments at ?10 per mcnth. This is desirable nro
erly and very cheap. We have
IMPROVED AND UNIMPROVED
PROPERTY in ail parts of the city on MONTHLY PAYMENTS. Stop
aying rout and come at once and uct bargains which will do you good.
W. M. YAGER & CO.
nov 24 6m
BOX 99, TELEPHONE 77
BUTTER 30cts per Pound. Milk 2Ccts
per-Gsllon. Cream iocis per Pint. Butter ton* locisjxi Oaiiun
v LLORDERS GIVfeN PROMPT ATTENTION
CHARLES I LIENS. MANAGER
uF - -
WINTER GOODS OF EOT HUH
Consisting of flannels, tricots, cashmeres, worsteds and even limn
mg winter wear for Ladies, Gentlemen, Girls and Boys.
This will positively be the last Reduction Sale that we will
winter goods, and we have marked prices on goods that positively c
duplicated, and Ulis opportunity should be embraced by all that are in
goods, and in search of good, honest bargains.
We are determined to carry the largest and best selected stock of
SPRING AND SUMMER GOO
Ever placed before the people of Roanoke and adjoining counties,
that will he an eye-opener to all; and in consequent
polled to close out winter goods to make raoin, *
It is unanimously acknowlj
oud sell at closer profits, owij
every 'bargain which we li
efforts in GENUINE BAg
clothing antMscls w/i"
interest to deal with usj