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EDISON'S FIENDISH CLOCK.
The Wizard'?? leitest I m ention Is Diabol?
ical iu Its feasibilities.
Thomas Edison, the phenomenal in
rentor. has reached a critical stage in
his career, and it would be a strange
sarcasm of fato if his latest invention
should make him positively abhorrent
to the growing generation. Over in his
.laboratory at Llewellyn park is this in?
vention. It has been tried and found
:perfect, and it is a phonographic clock
which, instead of chiming the hours,
calls them out at every quarter in a
Jvoice full of clearness. It may be fitted
with any set to suit tho purposes for
which it may be intended. To a re?
porter it was exhibited yesterday.
Tho inventor was cheery and playful as
he always is. "Tho clock." said he, "is
an improvement, and if it were only in
the market now it might savo you report
era a great deal of worriment. For in?
stance, say you aro at a political meet?
ing with a dozen speakers carded. They
are each to have a half hour. You know
what a fiction that is. Bat now, if you
had a clock like this, see how it would
work," and here Mr. Edison placed a set
within it. He pointed tho hand to the
quarter of an houranda voice came ring?
ing out; "This speaker is half through."
At the half hour tho clock blurted out:
"The audience will please not encore.
The gentleman now gives way to an?
"Tho only fear I have," continued Mr.
Edison, "is that tho young unmarried
folks may not relish it. You are married?
No? Well, I don't give this out as a bribe,
but when you got entangled in the pre?
liminaries come to me and I will give
you one that you may present to the
family into which you aspiro to be ad?
mitted. It will be a libber. I'm a little
in doubt about the popularity of the
parlor clock with the younger people."
Mr. Edison has good reason to fear. A
more tantalizing ornament to a pair of
ardent lovers than a matrimonial parlor
phonographic clock cannot be imagiued.
Fancy, for instance, a Sunday evening in
a cozy parlor with two hearts boating as
one startled by the voice from the man?
tel: "Good night, a fond good night. In
ano?jgri'iour it will be midnight." Then
<Kjfr!ully at a quarter past and each suc?
ceeding quarter comes out its hoarse
croakings. until 11:55, when itblurtsout:
'Tu five minutes more it will be to?
morrow," and every ten minutes subse?
quently the air is filled with itsmauklins,
6uch as: "Ah! how still the hour." "Ma?
bel, I am watching thee, ha, ha!" "Mo
thinks I hear the spirit of thy mamma
upon tho stairs." "Please don't hood mo;
it is my misfortune that I must warn you
that the hour is half-past 12." "Did 1
hear you a?k me to got ciiat hat?" "Will
you kiniHy remember mo in your pray?
ers?" "Look out I hear a footstep. Ha,
ha! I was only fooling thee!" "Til soon
have to call father to go to his office."
And so the clock jabbers on most ex
asporatingly. Of course the words are
set to suit tho circumstances. If the
wooer be a favored person of course the
language will bo much different, the tone
of the clock will be sweet and simpering,
and the words coy and captivating.?
Now York Press.
A Historie Mark.
An order has been passed by the trus?
tees of this city which, if carried into ef?
fect, as we believe it will bo, will work
the demolition of all that remains of the
bufdings that once stood within thepali
sades of Slitter's fort. The order directs
that the streets bo opened through the
property. Not only will the last remain?
ing relic of the historic spot be thus oblit?
erated, since a street line cuts through it,
but the plat will be divided into small
parcels and its identity lost to history and
to human interest. The owner of the
property is a non-resident of the city; he
derives no rental from it, unless a mcagex
pasturage pays him a small sum, and lit
will not sell to those who wish to restore
the fort and convert the plat into a park.
If all appeals to the owner fail, if he re
mams deaf to the hundreds of requests
that have been made, and still refuses
to name his price, we propose when the
streets are cut through, that at the inter?
section of the highways there Bhall be
planted a simple enduring 6tone to mark
the spot where John A. Sutter raised the
American flag and gave shelter to the
early pioneers of California. And that
on the stone there be inscribed the fact
that a certain citizen of Chicago?naming
him?stubbornly refused to sell the his?
toric spot to the people for a reserve at
any price.?Sacramento Record-Union.
The Erratic St. Lawrence.
"The St. Lawrence river," said a Clay?
ton member of the Cogburn club las*
evening, "is a most erratic as well as
beautiful body of water. You have prob?
ably noticed several items in the news?
papers of vessels sailing on it running
aground because of low water. Just
think of it?low water with the almost
continuous rains we have had the past
spring, summer and fall! But such is
the fact. And in some other generally
dry seasons the St. Lawrence has been
unusually high. It is said that the grand
old river has one of those low spells?
sinking fits, so to speak?every seveD
years, but I can't vouch for the truth of
that. The fact remains, however, that
it is unlike any other body of water 1
know of, and when other streams and J
'neighboring lakes are high the St. Law?
rence is apt to make a contrary showing/
[ Venomous Blue Gummed Negroes.
The bite of a blue gummed negro is
said to be poisonous, and the following
fact would seem to confirm somewhat
the truth of the belief: About six weeks
afo, in a difficulty near Gosport, Cassai
? Hill was bitten on the finger by Harry
Davis, colored, of the blue gum variety.
?Inflammation set in, and in a short time
! amputation of the finger was deemed
Inecessary to save tho arm. But the
j poison was not arrested, and tho hand
?and arm soon showed a fearful progress
jof the disease. The arm has been cut
off, and yet it is thought very uncertain
whether the disease will stop before tak?
ing tho lifo of its suffering victim.?
Clarke County Democrat.
Herbert Sperry, Tremont, 111., had
erysipelas in both legs. Confined to
the house for six weeks. He says:
"When I was able to get on my legs, I
"had an itching sensation that nearly
?'run me crazy. I scratched them raw
"to the bones. Tried everything with?
out any relief. I was tormented in
' this way for two years. I then found
"Clarke's Extract of Flax (Papillon)
"Skin Cure at the drug store, used it,
"and it has cured me sound and well."
Clarke's Flax Soap has n? equal for
bath and toilet. Skin Cure, $1. Soap,
SB cents. For sale at Johnson & John?
son's d>uK store. 1
Dining Under Peculiar CircaniKtHuce?.
An amusing story roaches us from Me
of an adventure which has just befall
a French family living in the neighb
hood of the frontier. These people ha
some relatives residing in German Lor?
raine, who invited them to lunchogn a
day or two ago. Noon was the hour
fixed, but thy hosts, after waiting for
some time in vain, betook themselves to
the frontier to meet their French kins?
folk. They found the family in a car?
riage on the French side of the boundary
line trying to persuade the guard to let
them pass; but as they had come unpro?
vided with passports the official barred
the way obstinately. The French people,
whose appetites had been sharpened by a
long drive, were in no humor to return
home with their hunger unappeased, so
they suggested to their German relatives
that they should hurry back and fetch
the viands which they had provided for
Their perplexed hosts cagcriy.caugbt
at the idea, and soon reappeared with a
goodly stuck of dishes and bottles, the
contents of which they proceeded to dis?
cuss in company. The French sat down
on their side of the boundary and the
Germans on theirs, and mirth and jollity
crowned the al fresco repast Mean?
while the official, completely check?
mated, flitted about in anything but an
enviable frame of mind. Ho could not
appeal to any law or regulation to put a
stop to this outdoor meal, and, as the
French and Germans were each "chez
eux," he had no alternative but to keep
a sharp lookout in the hope of catching
somebody tripping. He was not, how?
ever, allowed any opportunity of finding
fault, and when the friends had finished
their repast they separated, both parties
returning to th..ir respective homes in
the best of humors and highly delighted
at having won a victory over the stern
The Future l'rincrs.i of Monaco.
A relative of the lady in question in?
forms your correspondent that the Duch?
ess de Richelieu, who has a host of
friends in New Orleans, having visited
the first exposition here, is about to be?
come the Princess of Monaco. Although
now a Catholic, she will be the first lady
of Jewish origin who has been married
to a reigning Christian prince. Margue?
rite Alice Heine, the future princess of
the little Mediterranean principality, is
the daughter of Michel Heine, cousin
germanof Heinrich Heine, the poet The
father of M. Michel Heino was the
brother of the celebrated Hamburg
banker. Solomon Heine,who left ?1,200.
000 at his death. M. Michel Heine and
his brother Armand amassed large for
tunes in New Orleans, whence they re?
turned to Paris, where they are now
residing. They hare still a large amount
of valuable property in this city, from
which they realize a handsome dividend
annually. On Canal street they own,
together with oilier good paying prop?
erty, the Pickwick club building. All
the ladies of the Heine family have be?
come cither Catholics or Protestants
with the exception of Mine. Furtado
Heine and the sister of the poet, who
still live in Hamburg.?New Orleans Tel?
egram to St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Old lu-.llan 'Workshop.
The geological survey, through Profes
sor \Y. H. Holmes, has recently made
some most important discoveries of In?
dian relics just <vest of Washington, on
what ia known asPiney Branch hill. The
find appears to bo iho remains of an
Indian workshop for the manufactureoi
implements, weapons, etc. The spot has
been excavated and implements have
been found clear to the bed rock. The
discovery is considered to be of the great?
est importance by archaeologists. It car
rics our knowledge of the ancient inhab
itants of this locality much further back
than any previous discoveries.
These chipped stone implements found,
it is said, go back to the paleolithic ag
and show the country to have been in
habited at a much earlier period than
has been generally supposed. Imple?
ments of this class have never before
been found except upon the surface, anr1
it has always been a question among
scientists as to what they referred. These
instruments discovered by the survej
bear a marked resemblance to instru?
ments found in France, which have been
referred to the same ancient period of
the world's existence. Mr. Holmes will
announce and discuss his discovery in a
paper to be read before the Anthropolog?
ical society.?Washington Star
Liberty Statue Unjustly Maligned.
At the recent congress of tho Ameri?
can Ornithologists' union, Jonathan
Dwight, Jr., did a public service in
reading a paper on '"Birds That Have
Struck the Statue of Liberty, New York
Harbor." Considerable uneasiness ha*
been felt for some time on the subject
of the sacrifice of migratory birds to the
luring brilliancy of the Liberty and
other lights, and many exaggerated
statements have been made in the
papers. All alarm, however, is now dis
sipated by the fact, which Mr. Dwight
places on record, that the whole numbei
of birds killed this year at the statue of
Liberty is 690, which is considerably less
than last year. Of the dead birds picked
up this year CO per cent, belonged to
one species, tho Maryland yellow
throats.?New York Commercial Ad?
The German Empress' Crotru.
Emperor William has a much smaller
head than his father and grandsiro and
the imperial crown, therefore, does not
fit him. A new one was ordered several
months ago, and it was Se-nt to Berlin
on Monday, Oct. 1L This new emblem
of sovereignty weighs less than three
pounds, although made of massive gold;
therefore the head beneath will not be
so uneasy after all. It ia ornamented
with 109 diamonds, the ball which sur?
mounts it consisting of a simple polished
The empress is also to have a new
crown as well as her lord and master.
There will bo less gold about it and
more stones, 1,500 diamonds of different
6izes mixed with a few pearls.?Paris
Cor, Jeweler's Weekly.
A Safe Investment
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
yousatisfactory results, or in case of
failure a return of purchase price. 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, lun.-v 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 apon. Trial
bottles free at Budweil & Christian's
dVtrg Bfortt f
from tuaora and torei,
1(7 eaployer tocob
asndod ae to try tho
_I did 10, and luve tees
entirelyrestore! I bellow H to bo aa absolute Blood
Purifier. Gratitude proapti this testimonial.
ALBEBT irUB3A7. Biebaond, 7a.
.For Lung Troubles.
a tufferer from lung
cludei to trj-it. It proved very beneficial; aycougbhai
lefcae; ayappetlteii good; I aa gaining flenb a ltroagtb
SB. C. fi. EASTMAN, Biebaond, 7a.
FOR HACKING COUGH.
A. B. 0. Tealo a Expeotorant
_ _ eoaplotely euradaeofHiaor
ibasc froa tbo lungs followod by a backing cougb.
JOEH JOHNSON, Biobaoad, 7a.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases free. Address
J17 SOUTH 12th STREET,
Wc will pay 810.00 in Gold to the
lady furnishing the beet receipt for
keeping husbands at home at night.
All articles m;i9t bear the name of
writer on back and not be over Ooe
Half Column in length. Articles will
be published in this column,bearing any
non de plume. Tontest will close Janu?
ary 1st, 1S90, when three men will be
selected, who will not know name o
contestant, to award prize. Address al
communications to Waller Pocahontas
Buff & Co., the leading low price Coal
and Lumber merchants, Roanoke, Va.
TRI KD? tSr.lll.IXG.
Receipt ?for Keeping Husband* n>
Homo nt Xisht.
Have convenient a sofa or some
other contrivance for laziness, that he
may lake a
Put into his hands an interesting!
hook, say, for instance the history of
Avoid anything that would lead him
to the discovery that he is uot to read
a line. Apply to his feet slippers
pretty enough for the
of a king. Call the fascinating gov
?;ruess, to come below stairs
sit with him wh?it his wife seeks
"nr the evening at, next door.
nELINQTJENTS, TAKE NOTICE.
All real estate delinquent for the
non-payment of taxes thereon for
1888 will be sold at public auction on
the first day of January court, be?
tween the hours of 10 in the morning
and 4 in the evening, in front of the
court-house, unless said taxes have
been previously paid to the treasurer,
a list of which can be found in clerk's j
office. M. C. THOMAS,
decl-lm Treasurer City of Roanoke.
LOOK OUT BOYS.
We me ready to furnish you with the
l>est and lioest drink in the city which
H. A. Smith, late of the Palace hotel
can serve to you; yon know it. Come
nd see the only place where you can
,'et a Roanoke surprise.
B. GEISMAN, Proprietor
01 SALEM AVE.. ROANOKE, VA
nov20 lm At J. P. Ellingtons & Co.
J. B. Levy,
N. Part ee,
Henry M. Daniel
Sec'y. & Treas.
J. F. Barbour,
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?
CLEANING and REPAIRING
You will save money by bringing
your dirty clothes to be cleaned < .
dj?*d and repaired to me. Char e
mod.-: ate. Work first class.
Corner Campbell and Heury street
R. J. T. hill,
Physician and Surgeon,
Offern bis professional services to the
citizens of Koanoke.
Office overBudwell and Christian's.
Entrance No. C Salem (First) avenue.
8 to 10 a. m., 12 to 1 p. in., 3 to 4.30
p. m.,7.30 to 10 p. m._sop24Cm
civil ENGINE r.
Roanoke, - - - Virginia.
Office, No. 9 Third avenue S.
second floor. P. O. Box, 31. Sur?
veys, plans and estimates niad? on|
? L. YVOUD, ?>. D. S., DENTIST,
Smith's new Building, Salem avenue,
References?Prof. Jas. H. Harris,
Baltimore, Md.; Dr. Chas. L. Steele,
ttiehroond, Va.. Dr. Leigh Buckner,
(J. K. MOOMAW, j JNU. W. WOODH,
Botefmrt county. | Boanoke county.
MOOMAW & WOODS,
iViu practice In the courts of koanoke
city ana county and counties adjoining. Will I
attend the courts of Hoanoke and Botctourt I
regularly. Office?Salem Avenne, opposite
Stewart'? Furniture Store. Roanoke. Va.
john E. PEN? LDOIAN H. cooke.
denn & cocke.
Cooriu? 'toauoke and adjomingj
Office: Corner Commerce atreotl
ar.1 Salem avenue.
8. ORIFFIN. I J. AtliEN WATTS. |
QRIFFIN & WATTS;
Roanoke, .... Virginia.
Office : Room No. 5, Kirk's building,
corner Salem aveuue and Jefferson St.
hU'GERTON S. ROGERS,
Graduate of tho Royal Institute oi flue
arts, Rome. Italy.
Ofllfp: .Vo.-3 .V.Eleventh St.,Bichmnnd
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Plans and Specifications prepared. Es?
timates furnished iree. Farst-Ciass:
work & specialty, ^?tironage n?iic
ited. References given, ^.eavo oroers |
at Wallar P. Huff .V. Co'*
Civil and Mining Engineers,)
Surveys, Plans and nil Branche? of |
Engineering Attended to Promptly.
No. 9 Jefferson street, S. W. "
A Good Team of Horses
For Sale Cheap.
We have for sale privately, for the
next fivo days, a good, strong team o
horses, wngon and harness.
Also, a very line suit of furniture.
(10 pieces,) walnut. Cost $175 only a
few months ago, as good as new, which
will be Hold at a sacrifice. Anyone
wishing a good suit can sr;e the furni?
ture by applyiug at Berlin'?! Auction
BERLIN & WORKMAN,
Auction sale, of furniture, stoves,
etc., on the lot at the market hou^e
every Saturday at 10 o'dok a. m.
Conaigumeuts of all kinds of articles
solicited for thece sales.
H. H. BROWNLEE ft SON
Plumbers, Tinners and Gas Fitters
are prepared also to do work in the
line of Tapping Sewers.
Commerce Street, ne^r hen-S
GIVE THEM A CALL
"MR. PHIL. KNAPP,
of Staunton, Va., is at Roanoke
for a short time.
Thorough examination of the eyes and
accurate adjustment of glasses. Ex?
amination free. Glasses as cheap
as $2.50 per pair.
Office at Maury Brothers photograph
rooms, Salem avenue.
Staunton, Va., Aug. 23, 1880.
I We have investigated Mr. Phil,
i Knapp's method of testing the vision,
and we endorse it as the proper method
employed for accurately and scientific?
ally adjusting glasses to the eyes.
We know Mr. Knapp to be a com?
petent and reliable optician and as such
we recommend him to our friends aud
Hy. M. Patterson, M. D.
? Jlo. St. P. Gibson, ??
A. M. Henkel, "
H. H. Henkel, "
J. M. Hauger, 11
B. P. Reese, "
B. M. Atkinson, "
Jno. W. Harris, m
J.Breckinndge Catlett, "
T. W. Shelton, "
f. l. Henkel. "
W. D. MYERS & CO,
ernest avenue, s. w.
have their cooper-shop in operation
and are prepared to tarnish flour
barrels, time barrels and apple barrels
V*5 snort tfotfee. " * Jyif-Mm'
For this quarter and
for month of November are now due
and payable at company's office.
If paid before the 10th instant a
discount of 12* per cent, allowed.
No discount on bills paid after the
10th instant. ??
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
R0AN0KE GAS AND WATER CO
No. 11 Th'rd Avenue, Southwest
OKJrOLK & WJSSTJfirlM ItAJJ
Schedule in effect Nov. 23, 1889.
9:00 a m. Daily; arrive Bristol 3.00
p m. Stops at all sta?
tions, connecting at Rad
ford with trains on New
River Branch; arrivingPo
cahontas at 2:40 p m.
5:20 p in. Daily, arrives Bristol 11:20
p in, connecting with E.
P., V. & Cr. K. II. for all
points south and west;
has Pullman Palace Sleep?
er. Roanoke to New Or
leans, via Caleraand Roa?
noke to Memphis without
7:35 a m. Daily, arrive Radford 8:45 j
a m, connecting with New
River Branch; arrives Po
cahontas 2:10 p m., arrives
Bristol 12.15 p m., connects
with E. T.. V. & G. R. R.
for all point*> south and
west: has Pullman Palace
Sleeper from Roanoke to |
New Orleans without
10:10 a m. Daily; fur Lynchburg, Pi
tersburg, Richmond, via
Petersburg and R. & P. R.
R., and via Burkeville
and R. & O. R. 11., Nor?
folk and intermediate
points; connects at
Lynchburg with V. M. R.
R. forWashingtonand the
east, leaving Lynchburg
12:30 p m daily arrives
Norfolk ii.15 p in connect?
ing with steamer lines to
Baltimore and New York
2:00 p m. Daily; for Lyuchburg and
12:10 a m. Daily; arrives Lvnchbur^
2:00 am, connecting with
V. M. R. R. for all poinis
north, arriving Washing?
ton 10:00 a m; arrives Pe?
tersburg 6:00 a m; arrives
Richmond, via R. & P. R.
R., 7:72 a in; arrivesNor
folk 8.40 pm;
Cripple Creek Extension?Leaves
Pula6ki 7:00 a m. Daily except Sun?
day, and 3:00 p m. Daily, arrive Ivan
hoe 8:30 a m and4:30 p m. Returning
leave Ivanhoe 9:30 a m. Daily except
Sunday, and 5:20 p m. Daily; arrive
Pulaski 11:00 a m and 6:50 p in.
All enquiries as to rate?, routes, etc.,
W B. Bevill,
Gen'l Pass, and Ticket Agent.
Chas. G. Eddy, vice-president.
General Offices Roanoke.
S~~HENANDOA U V?LLEY E \ 1 i
S. F. Ttlkb. Receiver.
8;bedale ia BSfiC! .November 24. :&9.
arrive at roanoke.
5 00 p. m. Daily?Memphis Express
from Hagerstown and the
north. Through pull man
sleeping cars from Now
York and Philadelphia to
7.20 a. m. Daily? New Orleans e.\g
press from New York,
Philadelphia and Balti?
more, making connection
through to the south.
Carries through Pullman
palace buffet sleeping car
from Philadelphia to New
Orleans without change
12.05 Mid- Daily?Baltimore express
night. from all points south ar?
rive in Washington 11.45
a m; Baltimore 1.00 p in:
Harrisburg, 11.50 a m
Philadelphia, 3.15 p m.
Carries Pullman palace
buffet sleeping car from
New Orleans to Philadel?
phia without change.
1. r p. m. Daily?New York and
from Mobile, Memphis,
Chattanooga and all
points south. Arrive
Philadelphia 4-20 a m.
New York, 710 am;
Sleeping cars through to
New York via Harrisburg.
Ticket agents will furnish all infor?
mation and through schedules upon
O. HOWARD ROYER.
G- P. & T. Agent, Roanoke. Va.
Johnson & Johnson, Draggi:
Having purchased the stock and
good will of the Hoffman Drug store,
No. 129 Salem avenue, I respectfully
aide 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, toge'h-r with Toilet an
Fancy Articles. Cigars, Etc.
fljpl?lm FRANK CUFFMAN.
WHERE TO STOP.
THE CITY HOTEL.
The Most Conveniently Located.
Soojp Well Ventilated.
TABLE SET WITH THE BEST THE
J. 0. HANES, ? ? ? ? - Proprietor.
DO YOU WIT TO IB MOM ?
-DO YOU WANT
A CHEAP HOME? *
Then Buy a lot of the Etna Land Company, located jus:
east of Glade Spring, in five minutes ride of the city, on the
The cheapest land to be bought. Prices ranging from
$75 to $2co. Sole agents.
W. M. YAGER & CO.
nov 24 Gm
in Jewelry and Silverware,
WM. R. BENNET,
139 SALEM AVENUE, - ROANOKE, VIRGINIA:
LOWER THAN THE LOWEST
-TO MAKE ROOM FOR
MAPLE SHADE INN,
Pulaski City, Va.
Bluefield, W. Va.
The above houses offer superior accommodations to the
Travelling Public. Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
FBED. E. FOSTER,
AN OBJECT LESSON.
Teacher (who is a billiard enthusiast)- "Now, then, what is a
Smart Boy?"A 'straight tip' is when
GRINBERG & MORRIS,
proprietors of the 'Young America'' Cl li i; i) i is, u/ tJiii casir
eiBthiag, Hats and FornisMos Hoods, and Boots, Sloes,
j Trunks and Vaiices is larger and their prices lower than ever."
?In clothing we have really a fine selection for men, youths and
boys. In hats the very latest styles, and as to our furnishing goods,
they need only to be seen to be appreciated. We hav? some specially
fine underwear selling at remarkably low figures. No trouble to show
GRINBERG & MORRIS.
IMPORTER AND REPAIRER OP
OUR REPAIRING DEPARTMENT
Is In charge of t he very finest workmen that can be had, and "we guarantee
to do -work which cannot be duplicated in the eity. Send your watehes to
AND GET FIRST CLASS WORK.?