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MONEY TO LOAN
On time, and payments to suit
People's Perpetual Loan
ROANOKE, - - VIRGINIA.
A. Z. Koinbr, ? M. O. Thomas,
W. F. Wixch, Sec'v & Treas.
Room No. 1, Masonic Temple, Camp?
Paid up shares $50 each. Installment
. shares $1 per month.
Borrowers can at any time secure a
loan and tix their own limit of the
period for repayment. -
As a savings bank this insl itution
offers special inducements. Install?
ment shares may be subscribed for at
any time. Interest is allowed on
moneys placed with the association.
This association is doing a success?
ful business, paying semi-annual
dividends, and is a desirable invest?
ment for capital._
Civil and Mixing Engineers,
Surveys, Plans and all Branches of
Engineering Attend ed toPromptlv
No. 9 Jefferson streeet, S. W.
_ R < > A NOK E. V A.
RORER PARK HOTEL
Beautifully Loca ted,
Srreet Cars Pass the Dcor.
MRS. L. CRAWFORD
r. w woltz. j. b. wowz
Contractors and Builders
ARE PREPARED TO DO ALL
KINDS OF WORK.
Cor. PourthrVve. and Third St
2ijetf Roanoke, Va.
Having purchased the stock and
good will of the Hoffman Drugstore,
No. li'J Salem avenue, I respectfully
ask a continuance of the sam? liberal
patronoge heretofore bestowed, prom
ising to keep constantly on hand a
full and first-class stock of Drugs and
Medicines, together with Toilet and
Fancy Articles, Cigars, Etc.
51m FRANK COFFMAN.
il. okay, j. W. bos well,
sofk. h. late of j. r.hock
jay a: co. ad ay & co.
"itateand insurance agents.
^and unimproved proj erty in
irts of the city for sale. ?
*ge respectfully solicited.
t)me, S. W. Roanoke, Va.
% BOS WELL.
, w. w. workman,
nue, Roanoke, Va,
entered into a co
(\e purpo ;. of eon
uction business in
L we hereby take
Hning the public
bared to sell any
)h at public auc
Cpaid to sales
% house, every
'eg sold will
The Great Virginia Vegetable
Alterative, Blood Purifier
? OF THE ?
Has been used most successfully
iu the following Diseases, as
certificates will attest:
''or Liver Complaint, Jaundice
and Bilious Derangements. In
Mercurial, Blood Poison, Scro
fulous, and all Eruptive Dis?
eases, Costlveness, Indiges?
tion, Flatulence, Periodical
Sick Headache and Female
Price $1.00 Per Bottle,
Six Bottles f?v 85.00.
for sale by all druggists.
THE NOLANDINE CO.,
RICHMOND, VA., U.S.A.
Office Chesapeake and )
Ohio Railway Company. }
Richmond, Va., March 1, 1885.?I
liveii on lower James river lor eight
years iu the malarial district. My sys?
tem was thoroughly charged with this
deadly poison. 1 exhausted the usually
prescribed and domestic remedies
without any beucht. I was induced to
try Johnston's Vegetable Nolaudiue.
Before usu.g two bottles my liver was
aroused from its long torpor, aud am
now enjoying the best of health. My
wife and children derived the same
benefits from uNolandiue."
J. A. WY ATT.
EVANS i CHALMERS
Still keep the largest
In Southwest Virginia.
They have just received a large sup )
Lap Robes, Horse Covers,
Breech Loading Guns,
Miner's an i Railroad Supplies
1? and .10 Second Street, Southwest
J. B. Levy,
Henry M. Daniel,
Sec*y. & Treas.
J. F. Harbour.
Office in Citizen's Bar.k.
The construction of stores, ware?
houses, hotels and public buildings a
specialty for cash or on time when
Persons desiring to buy homes at
low prices on monthly payments will
find it to their advantage to see us be?
REAL ESTATE AGENT.
Main streeet, Opposite Duval House,
Correspondeuce solicited concerning
the purchase or sale of property in
Salem. Personal attention given to
all business entrusted to me, and full
satisfaction guaranteed. oc22:tf
STREET CAR EXTENSION
Hereafter the cars of the Roanoke
Street Railwa- company will run reg?
ularly to the Machine works gate,
opposite Woodland park.
Tickets can be purchased at a re?
duced rate by applying to
J. F. CHRISTIAN,
aul4tf Gen'1 Manacer.
For this quarter and
for month of October are now due
and payable at company's office. If
not paid before the 20th instant the
supply "will be shut off.
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
iROANOKE GAS AND WATER CO.
No. 11 Third Avenue-,-Southwest
ie best thing you c^ doisto bring
r dirty - clothes to be eleanetLw
i aid repaired ??o me. :$Ubarg??
fcv; Work first -elate,
Have You Seen II?
The Most Wonderful
Invention of the
Most convenient, most durable and
cheapest trunk made. Will 6ave you
many backaches. A simple motion
of your hand will enable you to pack
or unpack your trunk without having
to lift a tray. Made in every style.
Sold by all Dealers.
Patented and made by
b. i mm & mo.
Makers or all kinds of
TRUNKS AND TRAV LING BAGS,
octS 2m rl*w
Having opened an estab?
lishment at No, 21 Campbell
j street, I am prepared to do all
kinds of work in the line of
Merchant Tailoring. My stock
of Woolens and Worsted for
Cannot be equalled by any
establishment in this section.
They were purchased direct
from importers in New York
and Philadelphia, and being
First Class in quality can be
made to order to suit the most
fastidious. A long experience
in the business in leading north
ern cities and the services of
skilled workmen justifies me
in Dress Coats, Overcoats,
Vests and Pantaloons.
Call and see the splendid
stock from which you can make
Trousers and Fancy
Vests a Specialty.
D. F. GE YER,
Formerly with Robert Stewart
LOOK OUT BOYS.
We are ready to furnish you with the
best and finest drink in the city which
H. A. Smith, late of the Palace , hotel
can serve to you; you know it. Come
and see the only place where you can
get a Roanoke surprise.
H. GEISMAI, Proprietor.
101 SALEM AVE., ROANOKE, VA.
KEY WEST BOUQUET
Cle&r Havana Filled 5 k 10c- Cigars.
Bbaxd Established 1877.
Oldest and most reliable brand on the market. Sales rnor
than double any other cigar in the United States.
Sales since 1877 run over 45,000,000.
Sales average per month 1,000,000.
Sales average daily 33,000.
BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.
This brand and label copyrighted and owned ej
clusivelyby THE BOUQUET CIGAR CO.
For sale by R. J. Eckloff, Fox &
Christian, Chas. Lyle & Co._
No. 40 Salem avenue, over Citizen's
Suits made\t?x>rder from $18.00 up
to $50.00/.' Parties fnmishlog mate
riaJsSganr liave them ma?e. and
trimujfea from $12.00 ap to $29.00.
Worn garments repaired, cleaned and
R. J. Ty HILL, -
Physician and Surgeon,
Offers bis professional services to the
citizens of Roanoke.
Office over Bud well and Christian's.
Entrance No. 6 Salem (First) avenue.
8 to 10 a. m., 12 to 1 p. m., 3 to 4.301
p. in.,7.30 to 10 p. in._sep24Cm |
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.
E. W. DONOLLEY,
Justice of the Peace, will open an
office upstairs in the Asberry building I
on Campbell street, where he will bo
prepared to transact all business in
his line. . aulTtf
CIVIL ENGINE .
Roanoke, - - - Virginia.
Office, No. 0 Third avenue S. W?,
second floor. P. O. Box, 31. Sur?
veys, plans and estimates made on
L: WOOD, D. D. S., DENTIST,
Smith's new Building, Salem avenuo,
Refertmces?Prof. Jas. H. Harris,
Baltimore, Md.; Dr. Chas. L. Steele,
Richmond, Va., Dr. Leigh Buckner,
c. B. MOOMAW, i JNO. W. WOODS,
ISotetourt coanty. | Roanoke county.
MOOMAW & WOODS,
in lattice in the courts of Roanoke
city anu county aud counties adjoining. Will
attend the courts of loanoke and Botetourt
regularly. Office--Salem Avenue, opposite
Stewart's Furniture Store. Koanoke. Va.
john e. pen? lucian h. oocke.
DENN & COCKE,
CouRicJ - toanoke and adjoining
Office: Corner Commerce street;
mi 1 Salem avenue.
^J. E. THOMAS,
' VETERINARY SURGEON.
Fifteen years experience" in treat?
ing all kinds of animals. Best of ref?
Office:?301 Railroad Avenue,
ROANOKE, - - VIRGINIA
fl. GRIFFIN. I j. allen watts
QRIFFIN & WATTS;
Roanoke, - - - Virginia.
Office : Room No. 5, Kirk's building,
corner Salem avenue and Jefferson St.
J E. M. HANCKEL,
Surveys, Estimates and Pians made in all
parts of the State.
OmcE--Over Trust Company, Salem
Avenue. Roanoke. Va
gDCERTON S. ROGERS,
Graduate of the Royal Institute of Cue
arts, Rome, Italy.
OBlce: No.2 X.Eleventh St.,RIchmnnd
R. T. W. CROZIER,
DENTIST. Roanoke, Va.
oilier over Lyle's drui? store, eorrur S.iiem
avenne and ComnnTce street.
CONTRACTOR AN'D BUILDER.
Plans and Specifications prepared. Es?
timates furnished iree. K.r?,-..re?
work a specialtj aironage bo.'. -
ited. References giveL. ?eave oroers
<it WplW T? WnlV.V r. ?
chas. IjTTNSFORD. c. i. lunsford.
^HARLES LUNSFORD & SON,
Firk, Life and Accidknt
A large line of the best fire compa?
nies represented. Call on us for rates
Office with James S. Simmons <fr Co.,
on Jeffersen street.
R. W. S. GREGORY,
Thorough Graduate of Baltimore
106 Salem Avenue, Next Door
to National Bank.
The Citizens Bank of Eoaisfe
Koa jiolce, "Virfccijiisa.
Salem Avenue, between Jefferson
and Henry Streets,
J. B. Levy, President. Late cashier
Commercial Bank, Roanoke, Va.
John Ott, Cashier. Late cashier
City Bank, Richmond, Va.
Accounts 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 prompt
remittances made. Interest allowed
on time deposits ml8-6m
Tuner and Repairer of
Pianos, Reed and Pipe Organs,
will keep your piano in perfcet order
(calling six times yearly) for $10 per
year, quarterly in advance. Orders
from the city', surrounding counties and
distant points respectfully solicited.
Tesimonials and references seut on ap- J
GEO. A. POYTHRESS.
Lock Box 148, Roanoke, Va
Leave city orders at Gravatt's Book|
W. D IYERS & CO.,
ERNEST AVENUE, S. W.
have their cooper-shop in operation
and are prepared to fnrnish flour
barrels, time barrels and apple barrels
on short notice. iy24-lm
PR1DDY A DUNLAPi
Stoves, Tinware aM Housefnrnislig
NORFOLK & WESTERT *
Schedule in effect May 17, 1889.
10:00 a in. Daily; arrive Bristol 4.00
p in. Ctops at all sta?
tions, connecting at Rad?
ford with trains on New
River Branch; arrivingPo
cahontas at 3:40 p m.
5:10 p m. Daily, arrives Bristol 10:45
p in, connecting with E.
T? V. & G. R. R. for all
points south and we6t;
has Pullman Palace Sleep?
er, Roanoke to New Or?
leans, via Caleraand Roa?
noke to Selma without
8:05 p m. Daily, except Sunday, ar?
rives Salem 8.20 p m, (runs
only to Salem
4:25 a m. Daily, arrive Radford 0:00
a m, connecting with New
River Branch; arrives Po
cahontas 0:45 am., arrives
. Bristol 10.00am., connects
with E. T., V, & G. R. R.
for all points south and
west; has Pullman Palace
Sleeper from Roanoke to
New Orleans without
6:35 a ui. Daily, except Sunday; ar?
rives Lynchburg 8.45 am.
Stops at all stations,
2:00 p m. Daily; for Lynchburg, Pe?
tersburg, Richmond, Nor?
folk and intermediate
points; connects at
Lynchburg with V. M. R.
R. forWashingtonand the
east, leaving Lyuchburg
4:00 p m daily.
7:05 p m. Daily; for Lynchburg and
11:66 p m. Daily; arrives Lvnchburg
4:132 a m, connecting with
V. M. R. R. for nil points
north, arriving Washing?
ton 8:03 a m; arrives Pe?
tersburg 10:25 a m; arriv?s
Richmond, via R. & P. R.
R., 11:40 a in; arrivesNor
folk 100 pm; connecting
with steamer lines for Bal?
timore, New York and
Cripple Creek Extension?Leaves
Pulaski 7:00 a m. Daily except Sun?
day, and 3:00 p in. Daily, arrive Ivan
hoe 8:35 a m and 4:33 p m. Returning
leave Ivanhoe 'J:30 a m. Daily except
Sunday, and 5:25 p m. Daily; arrive
Pulaski 11:05 a m and 7:00 p m.
All enquiries as to rate?, routes, etc,
W. B. Bevill,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Chas. G. EnDY, vice-president.
General Oflices Roanoke. _
SHENANDOAH VALLEY RAH
S. F. Tyler, Receiver.
Schedule in Efcct October 20, IVS.
ARRIVE AT ROA.VOKK
5.00 P. M. Daily?New ',/rleans txpres?
From Hagcrstown and the north
Through Pullman Sleeping earn
from New York and Philadel?
phia to Mobile.
l'2.?GNight Daily?Memphis Express frcm
New York, Philadelphia, and
Baltimore, making connection
through to the South.
7 00 a M. Daily?Haitimore En>iess,froir.
all points South, arrive ir.
Wvshir.gton, (j cO p. m.; Balti?
more 7 17 l>. ic., Harrisburp;.
7 10 p. in., I'fcnadnlphia, 1055
1.55 P.M. Daily?New York and PbJIadcl
phia Express, from Mobile Mem?
phis-, t.lialuinoogD ind all points
South. Arrive Philadelphia4.2c
a. m.. New York 7 10 a. m.
Sleeping can through to New
York via. Barrisburg.
Ticket Agents will furnish ail informalior
aniltrrough schedules upou application to
O. HoWAKD ROYKIt,
Johnson & Johnson, Druggisl.
From an Eminent Soldier and
Mr. A.K. IIawkes?Dear Sir: Thu
pantiscopic gi.irses you furnished mo
some time since crive excellent satis
factiun. I have tested t'i:?m by use,
and must bay they tire uuequaled in
clearness and brilliancy by any tha>^
have ever woru. Respectfully, ^?
John B. Gordon,
Governor of state of Georgia.
A Business Man's Clear Vision.
New York City, April 4, 1888.
Mr. A. K. Hawkes?Dear Sir: Your
patent eye glasses received some time
since, and am very much gratified at.
the wonderful change that has come
over my eyesight since I have dis?
carded my old glasses and am now
using yours. Alexander Agar,
Secretary Stationers Board of Trade of
New York city.
All eyes fitted and fit guaranteed by
Charles Lyle & Co., druggists, Roan?
oke, Va. octl2 6m
A DilCITilfF For LOST or rAXXUTG JT/iKHOOD:
A mal 11 BE oeneral and NERVOUS DEBILITY;
*TITTT> *p Weakness of Bcdyar.d Hind: Ef/ecta
%/ %J JBkiJCt of Errors or Excesses in Old or Youny.
Holrait, Noble ItASHOOD rnlly Rwtored. )I,m to Enlarx* ixl
8<n?irttcii WK.U.L'SDKVSLOPUD (HKUSB A- I'AKTUofBODir.
Absolutely onfallloB HOSK TK?AT3IK.\T?Henr?ta In s> day.
Hen testify f-om 47 State?, Territories, and Foreign Conn tries.
SoucanKrllothea. Bool:, fulltunliumUoo, anil proof* m*Ile<J
Ueiiod) frsc. Address ERIE MElilCAl CO,, BUffALO.M.T.
Money to Lend
The Lynchburg Perpetual Building
and Loan company makes loans on
city or town property in sums to suit
on any desired time. The terms tot
lending money are very reasonable
and the plan of making loans is re&dlhj
understood. For full information call
on, JNO. W. WOODS, SoiicitQrfjH
" lta No.. ?Sa!eTjw*gfl^
' colored minister, who
*^nied the right to,
I The miner^Junatic asylum
Has been a blessing, ta. tii^
pounded nostrum, but-is a mu
therefore, can be used with pel
analyzed by competent chexni^
arsenic than any water tested^?
Brierht's disease, rheumatism, BfJ
salt rheum, scald head, eczema; i?
vousness,, heartburn, restlesshe
This water can be taken inter
It will remove pimples, blotcl
moistening the skin with it twt
Science has never produced
ing and beautifying the skin.
Persons who fesl the need ofil
with its effects^'ct^is confident
sore eyes, syphil^^^T""*
ber of diseases
the various for*?'1
Bromine and Arsei^,
ulcerated mouth, wW
the use of the Arsehrj
nally and internally^
improved, and I g?r
cannot be said of tl
failed. Yours tr2
Dear Sir:?I wjrfti Cai
years, the rr.ro^&s' sarn^
duced by your SBO, Poi
ai^er^sh^gjie^^^pf'o ws a gal ^
tionr^Before uerri^of chnnce, t
again, but am happy t4mates. him wa_ _
am very thankful to yoif\ be- John Ol1y&
ycr Muhsov, tnej
The water is ptit% 1?*%%
. ^p. i *?d cago in
ties. I he water is botti notes up
Be sure every bottle has cff-Jj^
Price per Bottle,
Price per case,
C. Lyle & Co. are the local agents at
Tenn. This water furnished free to hotel
W. I?. Dc
factory; this protects the wearers against high | B H A
If your dealer does not keen the style or kind you * w W ?
"W". L. Dpuplas'name \nc< ?. rice stampea or ^ jff -rJ^cwra
good, do not be deceived cr.;?$y. Mit send din* V CENX
what you want by return mail, postage paid. r^^J^X^S ^
known sho-.-s that are not warranted by an^b^fy", rnw?fore deface on Lon
buy shoes th.'t have no reputation. Buy only those that have W^liS?fewL
name and the price clamped-on t?? bottom, and you are sure to get fu? value d
your money. Thousands o?sf?fi*;. are saved annually in this country by thSV:
wearers of \V". L. Doug5^s: r-Aoee- In ordering by mail state whether you. .'.
Congress, Jhtncn or '...London cap toe, plain French toe, or narrow can :
toe. and be sure to give size unu width you'wear. I can fit any foot that is notdi
formed, as my shoes are made in a grea't variety of widths, sizes and half sizes, I
guarantee a lit, prompt d'-'u rry and perfect satisfaction or money refunded upon^
return of tl.e :,?:oes in gO< ?'? Wirjiijon. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, MassT
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE OEKTLEiWEN.
Is a fine seamless calf shoe, with Pongoia
tops and Oak Leather bottoms. They are
made in Congress, Button and Lace on Lon?
don Cap Toe, Narrow Cap Toe, and Plain [
French 7'oe Lasts, in sizes from 5 to it, in.
eluding half sizes and in nil widths. If you
liave been paying from 85 to 86 for shoes
of this quality do not do so fpngerJ One pair
will wear as long as two pair;* of ? oniiwon^, -
shoes sold by dealei'g that aru not warranted
by the manufacturer.
Oar claims for this shoo over all other S3
shoes advertised, n?: f
lAt. It contains Ii? itcr material,
"d. It is more stylish, better fitting and
3d. It gives better general satisfaction. /
4th. It costs more money to make.
5th. It saves more money for the consumer.
6th. It is sold by more dealers throughout
the U. S.
It's great success is duo to merit.
It cannot bo duplicated by any other j1Mn,
manafacturer. - ~?
9tn. It is tho best in the world, aMd has a
larger demand than any /other 93
shoo advertised. /
35,000 will be paid to any person who wiU prove the above statements to be untrue, -
The Following Lines will he found to ho of the Samo Quality of Excellence.
QU?^nC GENUINE HAND-SEWED, which takes the place of cus-.'
<*S9%J?a\P\? UfiVriQ toir.-macie shoes that cost from S7 to So.
gf THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HAND-SEWED "WELT
tsns S A SHOE. Euliuls custom-made shoes costing from $6 to 18.
S*9 wsf^ & !U K" roR POLICEMEN. Railroad Men and Letter Carriers all
WaV^ 9bb>V#Im weartheRK Smooth inside as a Haad-Sewcd Shoe. "
-?r Wax Thread to hurt the feot.
FOR HEAVY WEAK.
Best Calf Shoe
?v ?5 b W ^^CliVSj '-?>( the price
S? OK QilAP WOKKXNGM.lN'S. Is the best in the world for rough wear;
Wm ? Gm ?iJ S ? %Jf 2a? one pair ou yht tj wear a man'a ye?r.
^BO f?g1* ^^-1-5*^^ JSEQKAL TOSH?ESTHATCOSTFROM83TO*3^0.
t^rijca t *>f\j Hnf ;i 0 ??1 < Ins pa:r will wear longer than any shoe ever sold at the price.
feSI^ 00 f^l^SO^3 i0 '"Bl>va is thc l>oit Srh?o1 Shoc in thc world
&4 "ZSZ <Q%!if%& YOOTH'S SCBCK>L, gives thc srr.aU Boys a chance to wear
Sat" CS ? the t:cst shoes in the Won L
All .iinSc tn Congress. Button and Lace. - -
Hotii Ladies' Si'.oc
> from 1 to 7, inc
.ig half sizes, and B, C, D, E and EE wiiiths.
STYLES Oi' LADIES' SHOES.
"Tli.! French 0:>cra," "The Spanish Arth Opera." "Tho American Common
Seiise/' "The Medium Common-Sense." A mule in Button in the Latest Styli-.
VIso, French Opera in Front Lace, on S3 m?<>;- only.
Consumers sliouid remember that W. L. DOUGLAS is the largest and only Shoc
in thu world, supplyiug siioes direct from factory, thusgiving all the middlc-men's
wu-aer. W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockto
For sale by J. AL Harris. 17 Salem n venue
ivingau tne middle-men's- profits to the
V.. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton. How.
n?u;7 ja.v\o[ 3p?nj aq
r^adw, who lived four miles south of
- jburg, Va:, was frightened to death
htly Her son-in-law, David Blair,
ft home drunk and assaulted his
e The old lady interfered for the
itection of her daughter, when
Iii threatened to kill her, and went
the bureau drawer to get his pistol.
it old lady rushed from the house
Saffin? "H? will kill me." An'un
arS daughter ranker her, try
ie^ to get her back and to, allay her
[?fr. She succeeded finally in getting
!er into- the house and onihe bed
St in a minute or two jhe^fell b? tfk
lut in a mmuivc ui i-"" 7 . ? .
oftmirip at the nv>utb and exclaunuijf
Sin will kill me," "Be^llkill
"He will kill me,
he V and died. Justice Sterling Mur
?y issued a warrant for his arrest and
iwas lodged in the jail.-Alexandria
imp ? .. .
angler!16 She caught' eleven basstrom
the Sbenandoah in a f^w hours' time^ ^
the largest one weighing *
pounds.' Her husband aleo relates a
singular adventure in the sporting
line which he witnessed a few days t
ago. Sitting on the bank of the
river -he saw swimming toward bun ?(
what he at first supposed tobe two /.
ducks, but when they came nearer ' .
thev proved to-be squirrels. Before
the/reached the bank, however, one
was captured by ;a large bass. The
fish took one and Mr. T. killed the ?
other when ft reached the edge of V.?
the water.?-Lutay (Va.) Courier.
A Witness Poisoned. 0
t' "WlLKF.SB?BitE, Pa., NovenrberG
& sensational death occurred, this
Ift'ernoon in Pittston it being asff^!
giated in the minds of the public with
Ihe Glynn poisoning case, ? Mrs. ? ap^
the suspected poisoner, and da-Ugbter.
S P Gragbin, the last?, victim
bf ':ttne -supposed -poisoning, wa^
mten* wlthrc/amps ? yesterday
She ?-'Thin afternoon she. oied _
??enty^igbt hours, of'great agoi
coming- trial of MK^andJ^' ?
KiMinK:? Pretty Girl.
Through inadvertently kissing a
pretty customer,; George Winch, a
butcher at.Sydney;New go'rith Wales, ;
has come" into a "fortune; Tho girl
objected, to the attention and^bS?
Winch taJic-n up 'be^^j^^i?^^
papers improwKthe occasion by
preaching several leading articles on
h uman depravity in genera^nd the .
miscondoet. of George Winc^-in par
i^il^nV'tr?-- naxue, ,!