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HAVE YOU SEEN
Wo refer to tho full and
comprehensive troatiso on the
Shod and skip
Whcl^icr yon aro sick or well,
?very home should have a copy.
you are well.
It tells you how to keep so.
If you are sick,
it tells j'ou how to regain your health.
This valuable pamphlet will bo mail,
ed frco to applicants.
Tue Swift Specific Co.,
Atlax ta. 6a
Ihavctoe.i a outferer
froax turners and oorca.
iiy employer rcccc
coaded no te try the
I did co, aad have been
stored. I teHo70 It to to aa atssluto Bleed
Ora'.ltado pronpts thl: testimonial.
ALSEBT ilUKHAV, Eiehacrd, Va.
y.TTC3jro<rji???i.runT.,>r!grj?'Jra Cl A. B. C. TCS'.C ICCE
e'.u .cu'.ttry.:. n jrovol very kecafidal; 1:7tonenhr.s
It:: n:; ay appetite IS : I an c-'-aiss &?a ? etieagth
"DX C. E. DAMKAS, Hi-.rracad, Va.
l-tj Hi an?rag? c >es lotely eared aeoi Ecr.sr
rbij;: \:.: i:\zr: ::.'.:-c? 'ij ahiciiig c:uch.
JOHN JOHNSON, Blotatwd, Va.
Treatise, on r>!r.c<? and SU? IHtcaeesfree. Addres?
P P CHEMlOin CO.,
; ?i?.3 &*b Ola 57 south i2.h
OPl MONTH LV GICKNC5S
lr T^tN DURING r.HhMGt Qr \AT<L
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CD. ATLANTA G
The re ason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL
LER is tho most won
i dorf til medicine, is bo
OaUSO it has never
failed in any instance,
no matter what tho
disease, from Leprosy
to the simplest disease
known to tho human
The scientific men
^aaSJ?fiS?^ of to-day claim and
provo that overy disease is
Caused by Microbes,
Exterminates the niorohe.s and drives
thru; out of tho sys .cm, and when that
is dono you cannot have an ache or pain.
No matter what the disease, whether a
simple case of malaria fever or a combi?
nation of diseases, wo eure? them all at
tho same time, as wo treat all diseases
Asthma, Consumption, ' itny; \. Bron?
chitis Rheumatism, Kidney 15.1 Liver]
Disetn \ Chills and Fever, Female
Troubles, in all its forms, and in fact, ;
every disease k;.;-wn to t'no huiaau ,'s
Itewaro of Fran lulont Imitations
See that cur Trade Mark (si mo as;
above) appeal's on inch jug;
JOHNSON & JOHNSON,
Druggists, Sole agents 'or. JeJforsoq ?
ar?^ First ave. s. w. jiinl7-ly
Riga, Mk.n., ;
, Gents : I now j
write to let you i
know that I have |
[heon using your i
Bitters, nnd also
to tell you what
hey have done for me. I have been !
roubleil with dyspepsia for years. I
commenced the u*e of your Burdock
Blood Bittors und they have brought
juo out nil right. Tho use of threo
bottles conferred the great benefit,
Jor which I feel profoundly grateful.
1 will oevor b?? without it.
ani'l d ly WM. H DELKER.
J. R. HOCK A DAY.
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Roanoke City, Va.
OFFICE: 105 First Bt,, s. w.. Firss Na
t:c s". F$sft P.:' i!r.g ->.v". !-f:
HOME HINTS AND HELPS.
?Coffee ciiko should'^ wrapped in a
[?.napkin while warm and^thoro roinain
j \? Many women go up-statrs with tbo
i body hont forward and tho chest con?
tracted?a practice vory injurious to
the heart and lungs.
?Fruit Vinegars: Fruit vinogarsaro
vory pleasant drinks, and may ho easily
niado by adding vinegar to any of tbo'
I fruit sirups that can bo got of any
; grocer?raspberry, strawberry, currant]
I ?Paper or pastoboaad may bo ron
I dered waterproof as follows: Mix four
j parts of slaked limo with three parts of
! skimmed milk and add a little slum;
1 then give tbo material two succossivo
j coatings of tbo mixture with a brush,
and let it dry.
?Smothered Hoof: Have chopped
flno one pound of lean beef, put a table
spoonful of butter in your chafing dish,
when hot put in the beef, and stir eon
stantly for about two minutes, dust
with salt and popper and servo at one*.
This, if prepared nicely and served
very hot, is both doliciou-j and whole?
some.? Hosten Iiudgot
? Lemon ['adding: (irate two lemons,
beat the yolks of six eggs with two cup
fuls of granulated sugar and half a
. cupful of butter and one tcaspoonfulof
swootcroam; lino a pudding dish with
stale cako; pour in the mixture and
bake about twenty minutes; cover tho
top with a meringue, and placo in tho
oven to brown delicately.?Hoston Her?
?'Potato and Onion Soup: Take three
medium-sized potatoes, three small
onions, one-half cupful of rice.' Slico
potatoes and onions and put with tho
rice Into three pints of water: cook thor?
oughly, pour through a colander, add
salt and pepper, letseald and lift, into
turcon containing small lump of butter
and a few crackers broken in two.?
? Old-Fash lonod Gingerbread: One
cupful of molassos, three tablespoon fuls
of molted butter, one toaspoonful of
soda, dissolved in live lablcspoonfuls of
hot water, ginger, salt and half a tea
spoonful of powdered alum; two and a
half oupfuls of sifted Hour: pour Into
well-buttered iron pans about half an
inch Ihiclc, and bake in :i quick oven.?
1 ndianapolls Sentinel.
?Apple Hread: Faro and stow ono
pound of sour,-juicy apples, wash, pass
through a sieve, and sweeten to tasto.
.Mix with this a quart of sifted Hour,
half a cake of compressed yeast, and
water sufficient to make a smooth
dough; let it rise In a warm placo over
night, then mold into a long narrow
loaf; let it rise again, then bake in a
quick oven.?Old Homestead.
?Pickled Cucumbers, or Gherkins:
Take small cucumbers (not young),
steep for a week in very strong brine: it
is then poured off, heated to the boiling
point, and again poured on the cucum?
bers. The next day drain them on a
sieve, wipe dry, nut into bottles or jars
with some spice. One small red or
green popper, and six whole popper
corns for each two quart jar, and cov?
ered with strong pickling vinegar.?
?For moths salt is the best extermi?
nator. Tho nuns in one of tho hos?
pital convents liavo tried every thing
clso without success, and their ex?
perience is valuable, as they have so
much clothing of tho sick who go
there, and strangers when dying often
leave there quantities of clothing, ota.
j Tlioy had a room full of feathers,
which were sent there for pillow mak?
ing, and they were in despair, as they
could not exterminate the moths until
they wore advised to try common sat!,.
They sprinkled it around, and in a week
or ton days they were altogether rid of
tho moths. They are never troubled
' PRETTY WASH DRESSES.
M-n-.!l>ir Gowns fur Misses ami <;ii ts Itottl
at Home ami Abroad.
The best stylo cf bodice for washing
dressos now is the blouse, with embroid?
ered yoke plastron or pelerine collar,
and tho crossed bodice with habit shirt
stomacher and deep-worked culfs. There
are very pretty blouses partly tucked,
partly plaited and crossed over on ono
side*. Tbo skirts are made np exactly
in the same way as thoso of woolen and
other fabrics. When the blouse or
bodice is trimmed with embroidery tbo
skirt may have narrow panels on each
side to answor. Somotiipos the skirt i?
niado with a straight plaited front and
two or three broad plaits at the side,
with a band of embroidery laid on earl:,
which has :i good offoct.
Tho most fashionable stylos for chil?
dren's dresses arc copies, modified in?
deed in some degree, of thoso worn by
their oldors. Tho bodices are either
shaped like loeso blouses, or are short
waistcd and sewn to the skirt, which is
nevor draped, but mounted with plaits
and gat:, ors. A dross which is both
pretty and useful is cut of two pieces of
stulf merely mounted on tho ombroid
ored yoke. Scarcoly a dross for girls
is seen now without a ribbon-sash and
bows, and the corselet bands coming
from beneath tho arms arc most becom?
ing to their slim, uniformed flguros.
Retter dressos for girls of six years and
upward aro made of plain and shot pop?
lins, flowered popelinottes, and mousso
lines dolaine, light woolen bnigos em?
broidered with spots and small patterns
and a number of othor plain and figured
fabrics in silk, wool and cotton,
A favorite trimming still continues to
ho guipure passementerie, and it is used
like applique ombroidery to trim tho
whole of tho front breadth, which is then
loft almost plain hut laid inclose plaits*
at the sides and hack. Tho fronts of
tho hod Icq have a stripo of the passe?
menterie on each side, and when guagod
at tho neck to imitate a yoke aro crossed
over with tho long points ot tho trim
Indoor cambric frocks for very littlo
children are made with a frilled or
plaited bertho of flno enibroidory going
round the shoulders, and bordering a
guaging or plaited chemisette. This
kind of trimming is often used for high?
. necked frocks to bo worn out-of-doors in
vory hot woathor instead of cambric
jcli.r.vs. -Chicsjo Tituos.
kRATT'S n^fT RLI-ER -
For i??mI KvCrfL . Bleep in pvoco.
'?I nur?. Sum riy^m. Itdm'sOie work
di-ntb. Contains BT xj\ ciUvuially.
KU polsou GO , cii
Sold by Budwoll, Christian & Barboo,
and all druggists. jylO-tf
SWI . /^"^ Infii'i'iy< reStovca
Discovered tie ,.? \ pucdllv cures
by an Kui-M .^catarrh. W hy do
lii.-nl 'V-WJffvii'i'iiO'rii.wl It)
bcLui MHG^ au liituillble cure.
Sold by Budwoll, Christian & Rarboo,
and all druggists. jyli)-tf
Heating by Steam, Hot Water or Hot
roofing, guttering, 6pout1no.
401 JEFFERSON ST.,
Estimates cheerfully giver on this line
of werk. joC-Om
The East TGnrsessss
Virginia & Georgia
IS THE ONLY SHORT AND DIRECT
LINH TO THE
South, Southwest & West.
The finest Pullman Vestibule sleep?
ing car service in the South ? Pullman
Sleepers without change, Roanokc to
Ivnoxvillc, Chattanooga, Rome. Annis
ton, Selina, Montgomery, Mobile and
New < Irlcans.
Direct connection made at Rome and
Chattanooga with through sleepers for
ATLANTA, HAC?H & JACKSONVILLE
Fo. any further In format! n, address
E. A. WAitREN,
Trav. Pass. Agt Bristol, Tonn.
C. A. BKNSCOTER,
Ass. Oen'l Pass. Agt.
B. W. WRENN,
jySStf Hen. l'ass. Agt. Knoxvlllc,Tenn.
TheCitizens Bankof Roanoke
Salem Avenue, letween JofTcrsot. &nd
.7. Ti Lew, President, la"ffl ca hier
Commercial Hank Roanokt), Va
11 M. DlCKixso.f,
Accounts of banks, bankers, corpor
ations, merchants. and individuals
solicited. Our facilities for doing a
general banking business arc equal to
any banking house in Virginia. Col?
lections a specialty and prompt remit?
tances made. Interest allowed on time
f offer for sale 201 acres of Coal and
Iron Hand, situated in the Catawba val?
ley of Virginia, eleven miles from Roan?
okc. The outlook for great develop?
ments on this property is splendid. The
ore is a vein of soft brown hematite
feet wide and assaying 50 percent, me?
tallic iron. And the coal prospects are
tine?two shafts having' been sunk, one
20 and the other S3 feet, through solid
coal slate. The property also contains
a mineral spring, which the analysis of
Lehmann & Mager proved to possess re?
markable curative powers for all kidney
troubles, especially for diabetes. The
enormous quantity of coal and ore that
will be required foi the large number of
I furnaces and other industrial plantain
, course of construct.on in Southwest Vir?
ginia will greatly increase the already
I largo demand for these minerals, and
' consequently enhance the value of such
j property. Two railroads have been sur
1 voyed near the property, one of which
; the Roanoke and Graig railroad, ami the
; oile r, the Virginia Western railroad,
! will afford valuable eonni ctions. Fuller
j information can be had by addressing
i II. BOSENHEIM, 413 W. li.ii'ii". re St.
] Baltimore Md. novS-Sm
wnrrnuleil, anil every pair
I his uauo nod price stamped <>n in.num.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE gentlemen.
i ine Calf nnd Laced Waterproof Grain.
TttO eyellcncfl nnd wearing Oealltlesof this shoe
ennnnt ho better shown t>-:vii by IhOStronR indorse
mertaof Its thousands of constant wearers.
SR.00 Genuine Unnd-scwrd, an elegant and
?.?-?>_Btyi.si, (ireM Sh(?, (vhich commends Itn-ir.
S/5.0O llund-Hcwcd Welt. A line call Shoe
?f ? unequalled f..r gtvlo aad durability.
s><k.Ec I.ilyrar Welt Is iho standard dreM
Shop, nt a popular price
5*3.50 Polleemnn'M shoe Is especially adapted
,?for railroad men, f.-.m). -
All mailo U Congri
Aii mono is. Congn-ss Button and Lace.
$3 & $2 SHOES lafl?h!s,
hnv-. been most favorahlv ri et lvi-d : In. .' lull
and the recent Improvements mako them superi r
to any shoes sold at these prices.
Ask your Dealer, ot.d i' I,.- cannot supply you ttno
alrect to factory encloslnu advertised price ot ->
jpottal for order blanL ,.
W> J>. OOLGL.AS. llrockton. uns?.
Only a few clays more before this year closes. Oui
sales larger than ever, thanks to our
At the closing of a successful year, and handling such a large
stock of clothing, we naturally have many small lots left, consisting
of from one to four suits of a kind, amounting altogether to about
200 suits. Quite an assortment you will say, and you are correct,
and all this season's goods too, and of every proper style. But we
haven't a full assortment of sizes, and we do not propose to keep
them. We propose to put them on our job counters and divide
into two grades: First counter?Your choice suit, $11; some of
these suits are worth $ IS. Second counter?Choice suits $7.50;
some of these suits are worth $14. Ask for these counters and
select your own suit,
The Salem ' avenue clothier, tailor and hatter, No. 44 Salem
avenue, Roanoke, Va. E. M. Dawson, Manager.
o. PITCHER. M. 1)..
Residence, N<>. 30 Seventh nve.
Ollice, 28 Salmi avenue.
Offlco hours: t>> 11 a. im., 2 to
7 to it p. in.
Room 5,over Commercial National Hank,
Courts: All the courts of Roanoke
City and ('ounly.
ocf.'c-tf Telephone w.
Room 1-, Mobifiaw Building,
JEFFERSON ST. ROANOKE, VA.
FREDERICK J. AM WEG, C. E.
M. Am. Soc. C. F. & Engr's Club of
Engineer, Contractor & Builder,
Southwest Virginia Mineral,
Timber, Farm and City Property
Commercial Hank Buildinj
Principal Ollice, RoanoKe, Virginia.
JOHN K. I'KXX.
I )ENN & COCKE,
i.uc1an B. COCKti
and Salem ovonuo.
Roanoke and adjoining
no'v l -1 in
Prompt attention to work in any part
of the State. Correspondence Bollctcd.
(i. w. HAXsnnouou. | bam. o. wii.i.iams. |
TJANSBROUGH & WILLIAMS,
Room No. 11, - - - - Mobmaw Building, j
Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va.
Will practice in the 11 listings Court of j
the city of Roanoke, Court of Appeals ;
of Virginia and United States district |
courts. mar'.'.Vtf |
-JMIOMAS W. MILLER,
ATTO R N E V - A T- L A W,
Olllco: No. 10 Kirk Building, over John?
son and Johnson's Drug Storc
c. It. moo.maw, jno. W. WOODS,
Botetourt county. | Roanoke county.
"OOMAW vt WOODS,
The undersigned have opened an of?
fice for the Sale of mineral, timber and j
farm land, and city property on commis
sion. They will develop mineral lantl
analyze ores, give instructions for j"
Vbi?ptng '?lt a feTlsoharif
farm and timber lands. All mineral,
farm and timber lands listed with them
for sale will be extensively advertised
through agencies in the Northern States
and Europe. A record of all ores, their
analyses and location will be kept in
our ollice for inspection of buyers.
ATTOR N E V - A T- L A W,
Will practice in the courts of Roanoke j
city anil county and counties adjoining j
Will attend the courts of Roanoke and
Botetourt regularly, Roanoke, Va.
Ollice: Salem avenue, opposite Stewart's j
furniture store. tf
MINERALS A SPECIALTY.
Room No. 11. New Kirk Bulling, op?
posite Kenny's tea store. octl-lyr
I^DWARD W. ROBERTSON,
ATTOR NEY-A TLA W,
No. 1 Thomas Building Court-llouse
1 HARLES A.
110 JofforSOn street.
First floor to rear of Gray & Boswcll.
ROBERTSON, 118 N. Liberty
street, Baltimore, Md., the oldest
reliable Specialist (regular graluate)
in Baltimore, with 23 years' experience
in hospital and special practice, guar?
antees a cure (without mercury or
caustic.) in all acute and chronic dis?
eases of thi.' urinary organs, Nervous
and Organic Weakness. Strictures, etc.
Urethral diseases recently contracted
positively cured in four to six days.
Consultation confidential. Write or
call. Medicines Belli to any address.
Special treatment to Ladies. Hoard
and nursing if desired.
<iert0,,-'.!\- W-' v
All persons having Linn.-nl, farm or
timber lands are requested to list them
with us for sale. The lonR experierco
of our senior. Mr. .1. A. Dalby, in mining
and sale of real estate warrant us in as?
suring our patrons that their interest*
will be properly guarded in the sale of
1 their property, and all money coming
j into their bands will be promptly paid
; over. Owners may, if preferred, employ
', their special agent or attorneys.
Persons, in sending descriptive list oi
property, are specially cautioned against
giving overdrawn descriptions, as it
lessens chances of sale. Wo also advise
! against giving options on mineral
i properties, they often interfere with
j sales and lead to litigation.
j We shall diva legitimate commission
s. (.Uli TIN.
.1. ai.i.kn wait;
/ 1 RIFFIN & WATTS,
ATTOR N E Y S- AT- LAW,
Ollice: Room No. Ii, Kirk Building
nbr Salem avenue and Jclfcrson
Ollice: Corner Salem avenue and Com
me reo streets, over Wertz's grocery.
A First-Class Investment.
Wu offer the best, security in the oitv
and pay semi-annual dividends. Asa
savings bank this institution otfors
special inducements, l'aid up shares
853 each. Installment shares SI per
month. Shares may 00 subscribed for
at any time. For further information
address The Reople's Perpetual Loan
and Building Association
WM. F WINCH,
Sec'v and Treas.
Room c Tom 1 if
i\otivo, reliable agents wanted in
i every county in Southwest Virginia.
All city property listed with us will
have prompt attention, and sold to host
Wo have booked for sale a list of im?
proved and unimproved property, busi?
ness and dwelling bouses in different
sections of the city.
Persons wishing to buy or sell aro
respectfully Invited to call on us.
:t, Moomaw lluilding.
Ollice on Commerce street, mar Court
Special attention given to examina- |
tion of titles to and matters connected
with real estate. if
J yi. LEWIS G. PED1GO.
Consultation and ollice practice.
Refer to First National Hank of .Roa
ME ROANOKE HOSPITAL
to 11 a. m.
to 1 p 111.
to toil p. in.
to 0 p. in.
Terms strictly cash.
Ollice "ml floor front. Postoffico building,
Courts: Roanoke and adjoining coun?
ties. Office, Moomaw lluilding. Jeffer?
son st reet. S. Rooms 3 and 4. Inn KUf
A meeting of the subscribers to the j
hospital fund, and of all citizens of |
Roanoke feeling an interest in the |
enterprise, will be held at the Opern i
House at 1 p. in. on Friday, December j
The ladies are cordially invited und a |
large attendance ? f our people is :
It is desired that a board of trustees ,
shall bo elected and definite a-Hon
taken towards organization and con
Committee on subscription.
T. T. PISH RUHNE.
J. E. Muicare & Co.,
J. A. DALBY, SONS A CO.
ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY.
On and after Sunday. November 30,
ls'.io. the Salem extension of tho Roa?
noke Street Railway will be open for
Until further notice regular trips will
be made from Roanoke (corner Shenan
donh avenue and Commerce street) to
Salem (corner Fourth street and Roa
noke Boulevard) by the following sched
i.kavk KOANOKK. |
V a. m.
11 a. in -
8 a. in. I 3:00 p. m.'
10 a. m.
12 a. m.
5:00 p. m.
fl: 15 p. m.
KINNEY, M. D.
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE
Practice Limited to
EVE. EAR. THROAT, AND NOSE.
Ollice?OvorO*Lcary, Campbell street.
And dealers in all kinds of cooking
and heatinf stoves. Plumbing and gar
ami steamIItllug done. Tin reeling a
specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. No
!!."> First avenue, Roui ike, Va. nov4-tf
The regular rates of the company aro
t he amounts charged by the CondHC tors.
Tickets jan bo purchased at reduced,
rates by applying at tho office of the
coinpanv, the* drug stores of Cl arloa
l.'.leAto.. Budwi-11. Christian Si Rar
1 v.e, Roanoke. Va.. :.nd W. T. Young* r,
Sale: >, Va. J*. F. CHRISTIAN,
nov30-tt (Jenemi Millinger.