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THE TIMES.
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Depot.
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Norfolk and Western trains.
HOANOKE, VA.. AUGUST 24. 1894.
T3E COMING FIGHT.
It is to be regretted that soaie of the
newspapers in this district have started
the campaign with an evident intention
of making it a "mud slinging" one in
which personalities are to take the
pise: of party principles ani the Re?
publican candidate and not Demo?
cratic doctrinos is to be made the issue.
Such a course is wrong and should be
frowned down by every honest Demo?
crat. The washing of dirty linen in
political campaigns, which unfortu?
nately is becoming too prevalent, is
nansoating and always tends to have a
bed and unwholesome effect. It stirs
up strife and bitter feelings that are
not forgotten after the battle has been
fought and won.
Tun Times does not believe that the
poople in the Sixth Virginia district
want this kind of a canonaign. The
Democratic party stands cn a platform
broad enough for any right. The prin I
ciples of Damocracy are the principles i
of reform and honest government and
surely much better results can be ob?
tained by a united effort to carry them
on to victory than by wasting time and
energyton the past record of an opposing
candidate.
Col. J. Hampton H?ge has been nom?
inated by the Republican party aB their
standard bearer. They havo shown
that, they are willing to go into the
contest with him as their leader. It
is not necessary to dig up the dead
iSBues of the past with which to antag?
onize him. Lot the fight be made on
party princip'.os. Let our spoa'ers
stump the district as Democratic ora?
tors, advocating a just and righteous
cause and not seeking to heap odium
upon the bead of any individual.
That M&j (Jtey will be elected by a
handsome majority we havo no doubt,
and wo larnestly hop? that the cam
paign will bo conducted In blc? a man?
ner that iiis victorious wreath will con?
tain no sting of wormwood.
TUE OUTLOOK, I'Olt hll.VKK.
Tho London Statist, in discussing the
effect of tho war between Japan and
China on tho silver market, says:
The Eastern war has bad little Influence on the
6ilvcr market, hut If tho war goc- on there mnsi
he a drain ot silver to the East. A strong Chinese
or Japanese demand would send up the price and
with it the value ol silver money. China has
hcen buying silver lately for delivery up to the
end of the year. It is bidding u little under the
market price, but all that holders are willing to
eell at the price is taken. Ii seems probable that
Chinese loans will he made In Europe und the
proceeds used in paying for silver to he used ut
home.
South CAROLlXAjfs rapidly becoming
tho banner State for politicil buffoonery.
The circus, started with Tiliman'a dis?
pensary law. Then came the Tillman
Butler campaign, and now it is an?
nounced that Dr. Sampson Pope refuses
to be a canlidato for governor because a
great majority of the voters are under
the lash of the ring. South Carolina
evidently needs another oartbquako in
order that she may regain her equilib?
rium.
The nomination of lion. C. A, Swan
son by tho Democrats of the Fifth dis?
trict is a deserved tributo to an ofilciont
public servant. Mr. Swanaon has made
an envir.blo reputation during tho short
time ho has been in Congress and is
destined Home day to becotno one of tho
leaders of tho House.
Cleveland is still considering the
tariff bill. Tho prospects are that ho
will continue to consider it until after
next Monday when it will become a
law without his signature. Orovor's
thoughts right now would make interest?
ing" reading. '
The Roanoke baseball crank is an
object of pity at tbo present time. 1'n
leas the homo team hurries up and wins
a few gam08 there iti no telling how
many suicides and mysterious dis?
appearances will be recorded.
And now Mayor Pet tit, of Norfolk,
and the members of the polico board do
not speak as they pass by. That re?
form movement in the city by tho 6e&
ia not working as smoothly as its pro?
moters would wish.
That public building epectro 1b loom?
ing up again and we are informed from
Washington thai bids will soon bo ad?
vertised for. This poronnial joko will
soon havo to bo put on ioo or it may
spoil. _
liL&CKSHUKU notes
A. J. Evans, of Roanoke, was in town
this week.
A. C. Peters, of Radford, is down on a
business visit.
Miss Douglass, of Philadelphia, is at
Prof. Campbell's.
W. G. fivann is quito sick at bis
sisters, Mrs. Qardino's.
Mrs. Randolph has left for Baltimore
to visit friends and relatives.
T. A. Roberts, of Salem, is paying a
visit to friends at Rlacksburg.
Miss Mayo, of Richmond, is visiting
her friend, Miss Daisy Conway.
Mrs. J. S. Yoder has returned from a
visit to relatives in Roanoke city.
Prof. Davidson will leavo Monday
next for an extended tour to northern
cities.
We havo a few apples in thfs section,
and what has been sold brought SI a
bushel.
The post graduates, ten in number,
havo rontod Dr. Ellott's residence and
arc keeping house.
Phil Wright, of the Norfolk and
Western railroad, at Roanoke, paid our
town a visit Sunday last.
Mrs. Harry Pugh died Tueslay night.
She was only 10 years of age. Tho cause
of doath was consumption.
Miss Ethel Fariy, of Chrisliansburg,
who has been visiting Mrs. Matthews,
returned homo Wednesday.
Ashby Horton, of the Roanoke Ma?
chine VVorks, spent f-everal davs In town
the latter part of last week.
Mr. J.T. llardwick has bought out
Mr.;. Hale's interest in the Arm, and is
now conducting the business.
Mr. Ambro1'." Uinkle, editor of tho
Shenandoah Valley, of New Marke.,
spent several days in town recently.
Miss Sina Nelms, tf Roanoke county,
was in town Monday last, rcompaniod
by Misses Salltfl and Minnie Earheart,
\v::cm she is visiting.
U D. Sanders, at one time director of
the experimental station, but now of
Richmond, will return here shortly to
take charge of the dairy on tho experi?
mental farm.
Prof. R. H. Price, a formt r graduate
of this college, und for a while assistant
horticulturist, but now professor of
agriculture of tho 'i't x*s Agri:ultural
College, was in town this week accom?
panied by 1 is wife.
BEDFORD GITS BREVITIES.
Mrs Jas. W. Glsh has returned from
a visit to Radford.
Col. J. Hampton Hcgo is billed to
spoak hero Monday.
Miss Mollio Price, of Roanoke, Is tho
guest of Mrs. W. H. Gregory.
The Bedford County Sunday-fchool
Society, of all Protestant denomina?
tions, will bold its annual mooting at
Montvalo Saturday, Sunday and Mon?
day.
At a called meeting of the Bedford
City common council Tuesday night it
was decided to submit to a vote a prop?
osition to issue SIO.Odd in binds, and
use S10.000 of an improven.rnt fund on
the water system. The vote will be
taken September 25th.
27?
East Llmlngton, Maine.
After Scarlet Fever
Some trace ol tin1 venomous disease is almost
sure to remain in the blood to torture the
life of tin.- victim wlwun it docs not w holly j
conquer. To thoroughly expel this and all |
other Impurities from the Mood, Hood's Sar. !
sapurilla is tho best medicine known. Hun- :
dreds of young people owe their good
health to it. Charlie Puss is one. Read his
father's letter:
"In the fall of 1880 the members of our houso
uolil woro nflllctcd with scarlet fever. Charlie, !
'Juec years old, was left with an
Abscess in One Ear
which affected hi* hrnring. The abscess I
grew worse, it discharged freely und the matter j
was qulto offensive. ^Yo were obliged to use a j
syringe twice a day. After more than a year i
physicians decided that it inlgut take years to
heal the abscess, and it was likely he would
Always be Deaf.
fids was a great sorrow to us, and almost dis?
couraged, we wrote :i letter of Inquiry to C. I.
Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. They replied stating
that others similarly afflicted had been cured by
Hood's Sarsaparilla; so WO decided to give it to
jitr boy. There was a great change for tho bet
ter before he had taken two bottles of Mood's
Sursnparllla. The result has been more than
HOOD'S
CURES
tie dared to hope for. It has not only effected
l perfect euro and healed the abscess, but has
restored bin hearing. Wo feel thankful to
Hood's Sarsaparilla." Kakimi.i. M. Fobs,
Hast i.hnington, Maine.
Hood's Pills ure purely vegetable, care
fully prepared from the best Ingredients, acc
FIRST TRANSATLANTIC STEAMER.
She Was an American Vessel I'kIiik notlt
Sails ami Strain.
Tho llrst steamer to cross tho Atlantic
was nn American vessel called tho Sa
vnnunh. She was asteamship, ami used
both sails and Rtonui, and was built by
Crocker & Fickott at Corlcar's Hook in
New York city. Tho present belief is
that she was built by a party of capital
ists who intended to sell her to sonic
foreign monarch. Sho was commanded
by Captain Mose>s Rogers and was a
ship rigged vessel of nearly 400 tons.
Sho had a horizontal cugino, whioh was
placed between her decks, and her boil
trs were in the lower hold.
It is generally admitted that the Sa?
vannah sailed from New York in 1819,
going to Savannah, her namesake, in
Seven days, four of which sho used
steam. Ttmro sho was chartered by tho
city corporation to go to Charleston to
toko President Monroe, who was then
traveling through tho states on a pleas?
ure excursion. Ho failed to accept tho
invitation, and the boat returned to Sa?
vannah. After remaining at this port
for some days and taking out parties
of curiosity as well as pleasure seekers
the Savannah sailed for Liverpool,
reaching it aftor a voyago of 18 days,
seven of which were nuulo under steam.
Tho arrival of tho strange looking ves?
sel, with huge clouds of smoko ascend?
ing from her decks and obscuring her rig?
ging, caused qtiito a commotion when
she entered St. George's channel off
tho city of Cork, and the Commander of
the British man-of-war lying in the
harbor thought she was a vessel in dis?
tress and sent two cutters to board her.
Everything fonitd all right, however,
the Savannah M as allowed to proceed
on her way, nud thousands of people
greeted her as sho steamed up the Mor
Boy to Liverpool with tho American
ilag Hying at her head. Tho Savannah
then made a trip to Copenhagen, Cron
ttadt and St. Petersburg and then re?
turned to this country, whore sho was
relieved of hor .-team apparatus and
for many years ran as a packet between
Now York and Savannah, finally going
ashore and breaking up on Long Island.
The Savannah was. of course, a side
wheeler, and as it was impossible to
carry a sufficient supply of fuel in her
to keep up steam on a long voyago her
wheels were removed during good sail?
ing weather and canvas substituted.
Tho Icing of Sweden wanted to buy the
boat when it was abroad, but the deal
went through. Now, those are the facts
about the first steamship that evor cross?
ed the Atlantic mean.?Washington
S t or. _
HOW TO STUDY PROPERLY.
Rooks Should Bo Well Chosen himI Idtid
Carefully, Not Devoured.
Study is like a dinner. Tho viands
must be well chosen and eaten slowly,
not devoured, then well turned over in
the mental stomach for awhile until
With ease and comfort they are perfout
ly digested and furnish nutriment to
tho brain. Most students study without
thought, which is like eating without
digesting. Others read merely as a fad
und soon forget all they may havo
learned.
The most satisfactory method of study
is tho digestiv?'. It is tho thorough one
?tho ono thnt gives strength to the
brain. Tako the subject you arc study?
ing. Read a few lines or a few pages,
as the case may be, then put tho book
down nnd think on what you have read.
Turn it about in your mind from every
standpoint. Do not accept it immediate?
ly. Argue for and against it in your
mind. In other words, masticate it.
You need not Ix- at your leisure to do
this. Do it in your walks, in your idle J
moments, at any time. When you have i
Futisticd yourself on tho subject, goon
with a little more in tho same way. In
short time you will find yoursoll
more a thorough student than if you
1 id read all at a sitting. The best edn
i ?:. 'I man in the end is the man who
learns slowly, but surely.?New York
Advertiser.
Ly<m>iiiitig*H i:?rly Judiciary,
"Pair-Play-Men" was the title given
to a part of Lycomiug county. Pa.,
now densely populated and dotted with
prosperous towns and cities. Tho pro?
prietary government, with a view to
protecting tho Indians from intrusion,
had forbidden the survey and settle?
ment of the region, hutsomo hard treat?
ed and hard handed Scotch-Irish pio?
neers found their way into the forbid?
den territory, and being outside the ini
lucdinto jurisdiction of any properly
(?(instituted tribunal they chose three of
their number to settle disputes ami call
id them lair play men. The decisions
of this tribunal, especially as to bound?
aries, wore ' uforced by tho whole com?
munity and came in time even to bo re
ipccted by tho courts. When a chief
justice of Pennsylvania asked one of the
first pioneers what were the features of
the fair play code, the pioneer is re?
ported to have answered that since his
honor's court had found its way into
the region fair play had fled and law
bad taken its place.?Philadelphia
Press._
As to Marriage.
Father?I understand you think of
getting married?
Son?Yes, sir.
Father?Have you given tho matter
Jour calm considt ration and deliberated
hioronghly upon tho gravity and im
|tortaiicu of tho sl< p as well as upon tho
Imcertniiitica nnd possibilities of the
|ie\v relation?
Son?No, s;i\
Father?You have not? And why
have 5 ? n IK
i Son?P' .:um . sir, I really want to
got ma: rii ?.
Father?Urn?or?uh?I guess you
nro right about it. Go ahead. It's the
only way, \ laucy. ? Dotroit Free Press.
During n lire in a stable at Pan Sec,
province of Quebec, a bay stallion re?
turned twice to the burning structure
nnd drove out a horse that w as so ter?
rorized as to be unable to make any
attempt to escape.
DUNLAP HATS
This season we'll carry
a full line of the famous
DUNLAP HATS.
Opening day, Satut
da3', September i.
GILKESON & CHILD,
Hatters and Men's Furnishers.
BUSINESS NOTIOHS
SOUTHWEST COLLEC FING AGEN^
cy. Claims solicited. Special attention
to past dun and doubful claims. Room
No. 3 Didier building, nortbeast corner
Campbell and Jefferson. Kef-r to Na?
tional Banks of tbis city. 8 14 lm
Hanf, by VETTHRLBIN BRO ., Phila
8 34 ?'0 ?;
HE'S AFTER 1,000,000 ENGRAVINGS.
Aniliitioiis I.n/uri ly iirxl His llopclesa At?
tempt nt Making ii Collection.
"Hello, Cbolly. Where's Lnzuroly these
days'?"
" Lnzurcly's working."
"Working! Don't boHovolt.."
"Fact; told mo so himself."
"What sort of work is he doing?"
"He's making n collection.''
"Collection of what?"
?'Pictures."
"Paintings?"
"No; engravings."
"Queer start for Lnzuroly. Landscapes
nml that sort of thing, I suppose?'
''No; portraits."
''Hallet girls?"
''No. It's the most extraordinary thing.
He informed mo confidentially the other
day that the ambition of his life was to
Becuro 1,000,000 portraits of his de ad un?
cle. "
'"His dead uncle? And who was the de?
funct party?"
"Oh, he was a distinguished general in
the war of the rebellion."
"And what does Lazurcly want with so
many pictures of him?"
"Wants to distribute them."
"Oh, 1 see; among his friends."
"No; among his enemies."
''His eneimoa? Who are his enemies?"
''Creditors and tradespeople." i
"Wants to distribute 1,000,000 portraits
of his dead uncle iimong creditors and
shopkeepers! Why, Cluilly, he's gono clean
daft."
"Not nt all. He's got ns much settle us
he over hnd. You see, the portraits of his
departed relative were engraved on a scries
of $1 treasury notes."
"Cholly, you'ro trilling with my rcs{>cot
for ynu, hut what success is Lnzuroly moot*
ingwith in making the collection?"
"Oh, ho feeds greatly encouraged. Tho
lnst time I saw him ho had collected one
picture. "?( hicago Tribune.
In the Nature of a Proposition,
(Cleverton is .just going away for two
weeks' vacation. >
Dnslmwiiy?Well, old man, have you
got all your preparations made?plenty of
clothes, room engaged at hotel and all
that .-? iit of thing?
Cleverton?Von hot, and it's cost mo
somel hing too.
Dashaway?Certainly It has. A mnn
cun't go on a vacation these days for noth?
ing. ISut you've got enough to carry you
through,' haven't, you?
Cleverton?Oh, yes, I guess so. My
board nt tho hotel will bo $60, railroad
laic !?ith ways $20, anil I've got $100 in
my clothes.
Dushawny?I suppooso you've drawn
your salary for tho next two weeks,
haven't you? *
Cleverton?Certainly. That's included.
Dashaway?And is that all you've got?
Cleverton?What! Isn't that enough?
It will see mo back und allow $30 for sun
drics, won't it?
Dashaway?Certainly. Hut lot mo tell
you something, and I have had experience.
When you get back here, old man, you'll
be broke. A man always Is, no mattei
how much he takes away. Then you'll be
In a nico fix, for you won't bo able to get
any money until tho following Saturday.
Now, what you want to do is not to take
nil that money with you, but leavo sonic
here.
Cleverton?By Jove, I don't know but
you aro right! How much would you
leave?
Dashaway?Oh, say $10.
Cleverton?Hut I havon't any place to
leavo lt. I wouldn't dare lenvo it in my
room.
Dashaway?Why, that's easily fixed.
Cleverton?How?
Dashaway?Lot mo hnvo it.?Truth.
Joint Owners.
In sailing from Now York to Brest in
18li0 Charles 6. Lelnnd saw on tho table ol
the smoking room beforo they bad left port
a copy of the''Ballads of Hans Brelt
mann."
"Is thnt your book?" asked a fellow
traveler.
?Yes," Lelnnd replied.
"Excuse me," cried another, "It'fc
mine."
"I l>eg your pardon," snld Lclund, "but
it Is really mine."
"Sir, I bought It."
? I don't care if you did. It is mlno,
for I wrote it."?Youth's Companion.
Not at All.
Ho watched the flames in the grato a?
they whirled into all sorts of fantastic
shapes.
"Aro yon not," he finally asked, ''beg?
ging tho question?"
Sho turned upon him with flashing eyes.
"No, sir," sho answered frigidly "1
would inform you thai lam quite Indiffer?
ent whether you propose to UlO or not."
A Thorough Boarding and Day
School for Children*
Under the charge ot
Mrs ;t. k.'.ttllmore and
Mil* Virginia Tucker Brooke.
Special care nnd training ot youni: children.
llomellKc Influences combined with firm disci?
pline and thorough school system. French, Art
and Music. Opons September lO Address
MRS. T. It. GILMOKB,
118 Bijjbth Avenue S. W., Hoanoso, Vs.
8 It to 9 10
MRS. M. C. MASSIE,
No. 1~4 Sovontli Aronno Southwest,
Will open ber school for young ladies
and children September 10, 1894. Thor?
ough instruction in English, Mathe?
matics, Classics. French and Herman.
Mrs. Ella Gottschalk Sooligson will havo
chargo of tho music. 8 10 to 0 10
CARR'S WOODS FOR LEASlT
For Picnics and Dancing Parties.
Electric Lights, Dancing l'avillons,
Swiags, otc. Cool Springs. Pleasant
Shady Woods For prices apply to J. J.
GIESEN or 11. A. RIVES. 0 20 2m
The Last Fun of the Season at
the Lake and Driving Park.
1st'. A Match Trotting Knee
Between Aitna H. and Buckskin.
Sid. A Matcb Trotting Knee
Between Side Spot and Black Diamond.
3d. A Hair Miic Banning Kaon
Botwoon Nemonla and Enoch Ardon.
4th. Trotting Kaon
Between Mattiu G. and Lady B.
Oth. Trotting Kueo
between Ida Watts and Kanawha Hoy.
(Uli. Trotting Knee
Between Jack Cook and Otnna.
+ + AdinlHSlon to O mini Stund Vre?. + +
a si st
H. R. COLMAN
PLUMBING and
HEATINGiCOMPANY,
23 campbell AVENUE.
Sanitary Plumbing.
Steam and Hot Water Heating.
Metal and Slate Roofing.
Connections Hade
to City Hewers.
Estlmaios'mado on all kinds of
work at figures to correspond
with tho times. 1
??rULHING ArVSOUlATIUNB.
HRST-CL?SS_ INVESTMENT.
We offer too best security In the clij
?.nd pay semi-annual dividends.
l\ S A SAVINGS BANK
ihis institution oifers special induce
uents. Paid up shares 850 each. In?
stalment shares 81 per month. Sharet
.nay be subscribed for at any timo. For
"erther information addreos
I nE PEOPLE'S PERPETUAL LOAN
, AND BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
WM. F. WINCH,
Secretary and Treasurer.
Masonic Temple '\ni tf
care know tau exact
time.
Your
Old System
Is all right, if you don'-,
care to know the exac.
amount of money you art
handling.
If You
Want to Know
Exactly nboul every trans?
action in your store, us?s a
Cash Register.
The Nati'.?ssi Cash Register Co.
DA} :. OHIO. U. tf. a.
SALESROOMS:
RICHMOND, Vi.. I? N Ninth StTMfL
NORFOLK. va.. ?<j tfain Street.
SUMMER RESORTS.
Roanoke
Red Sulphur Springs.
13 IHI 1KH FKOBt KOANOKK.
2,200 FBET ABOVE TI1B SKA LEVEL.
No Fogs or Dampness.
BEST DYSPEPSIA WATER IN V1RUINIA.
For descriptive circular, terms, etc., ?ddres?
J. II. OUAPMAN,
7 U Im Roanoke Hod Stil. Sp'gs. OaUwbs, Va.
HEUFOKD
ALUM.
IKON
AND
IODINE
BPBINOS,
OF
VIRGINIA.
Most Popular Resort for Health and I'lcnsnro lu
tho stuto, Invalids get enred here when ull other
roiuedlcs have tailed. Sulendtd shade and lawn
for children. KATES KEUUOBU, Send tor
Interesting pamphlet of CO pages.
Ooen July
J. It. MAUSN,
Trustee, Proprlotor,
? 15 lin Uodtord Springs P. O., Va.
THOMPSON'S
Bromine and Arsenic Springs,
CftVMPLEH P. O.a ash K CO, N. O.
Hotel Accommodates ltd Quests.
NATUHE'8 OWN RBMBDY. mn
Tho Water cures all Skin Diseases?Scrofula,
Dyspopsla and all dlseaBCB resulting from Impuro
blood. W. 11. WILEY,
0 8 1m Munager, Crumpler, Ashe Co., N. C.
?UNTA1N LAKE IIOTBL, OILB8 CO.,
Va.?1,500 feet above sea level. Beautiful
lake, X mile long by H mile wide. Surrounded
by laurels and rnouodendrom. Cool, soft, pure
water, climate unsurpassed, grand scenery, the
loveliest spot on earth. Low ratos and good
tablo. Polite and attentive servants. No flies
and mosquitoes. Wrlto for circulars. Hacks
meet all trains at Pembroke, Vu., N. & W. lt. R.
F. B. DUNK I.UK & CO., .Mountain Lake. UlloS
Co., Vn. 6 Ml 3m
OCEAN VIEW HOTEL
OCEAN VIEW, VA.
Opens lor comlug season llri>t Monduy In June,
liest bathing, llshing und boating on the Atlantic
coast.
vVrlte for terms and full particulars to
1>. W. PRATT,
5 2ti !lm Proprietor.
% ?UEGH?NY SPRINGS VA. %
OPENS JUNE 1.
Tho groatost Dyspepsia Water
known. Indorsed by tho citato
Medical Society. Most popular
summer resortin tho mountains
of Virginia. Acoommcdatlons
first ulasn Beautiful lawn of
fory t.crrs; line wallte and
drives; good livery; band of
music; post, telegraph and ex?
press ofllccs. Write for circular.
C. A. COLHOUN,
5 Hi 2m ? I'rop iotor.
BLUB
RIDGE
SPRINGS.
ONLY ELEVEN MILES
EAST OP ROANOKE.
Railroad Summit of tho mountain.
Will Open for Oucsts June II.
FHIl. F. BROWN.
DEER PARK
AND
OAKLAND,
On the Crest of the AlleghanioB,
(Main Line B. & O. R. R.)
8eason Opens June 23, 1394.
Rate, SCO, f-7r> and 890 per month, sc
oordlng to location. Address
GEORGE 0. DkSIIII los,
Manager, Cumberland, Md., up lo Juno
10; after that date, either Deer Park
or Oakland, Oarrett County, Mi.
Do you want a cook ?
Do you want boarders ?
Do you want a bookkeeper?
Do you want a house?
: Let the people : :
: know your wants : :
: through, the cent- : :
: a-word column of : :
i The Timbs. : :
the concobm,
HENRY SCHOLZ, Propr.
THE FINEST AND LARGEST GLASS
OF BEER IN THE CITY.
SANDWICHES.
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Fino Imported Switzer Cheese.
Limburger. Munster. Handcase.
Frankfurter with Fine Gorman
Potato Salad.
Hamburger Steak.
Imported Bologna.
Imported and Domestic Ham.
Caviar. Sardines.
Oysters in Evory Style In Season.
FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND CKiAHH'A
SPECIALTY.
Come in and take a nie?- ^lass of beer
and xandwlch instead of a hot dinner.
Organs Tuned and Corrected.
Sowing Machines cleaned, repaired
and adjusted. Parts of every descrip?
tion furnished. Orders promptly exe?
cuted. You are not obliged to wait for
"experiments." flood Pneu. Safoty for
sale oheap. Drop a postal or call.
E. .T. SWAVELY,
4 38 3m 306 First Street B.
J. W. SEMONES, D. D. S
D E N Tl 8T
139 Salem avenue,
Over Traders' Loan and Trust Company

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