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HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND
GATHERED BY OUR REPORTER.
?Rev. J. D. Thomas, evangelist
for the Montgomery presbytery, closed!
a very successful religious meeting of j
eight days at Mountain Union church |
in Botetourt county. Thirty-one per?
sons were converted.
?A meeting of the directors of tbe
rolling mill was held yesterday to pre?
pare a notice for stockholders of an
iucrease iu the capacity of the mills.
This increase will be voted on at thel
stockholders' meeting on the 12st|
?Five believers were immersed iu
the baptistry in the Baptist church
last night, making niueteen baptism*
since the close of the meeting. Thert
are other candidates to be baptized.
?The ladies of the Baptist church
will set their bazaar ball in motion to?
night at the skating nuk. The inter
tainmeut is called a com festival, and
will be something unique aud enjoy?
?Gents' line hand-made shoes at E.
Gaetz's, 21 Salem-avauue. novl4-J
?Mr. Chaides Jacobsen, city en?
gineer of Pulaski, was in the city yes
terdav. He says the Southwestern
Virginia boom is iu good form up there.
Mr. L. H. Charltou, traveling cor?
respondent of the Pittsburg Chronicle
who has been here for several days in
the iuterestof the paper he represents,
left lor home yesterday.
?Gent's stiff and felt hats just
received at E. Goetz's, 21 Salem
?The dining room of the City hotel
was brilliantly lighted up last night
with twelve incaudesceut electric lights
They were put up under the orders
of Mr. McKay,general niauager of the
Roanoke Electric Light and Power
company, aud will add greatly to the
attractiveness of the diuiug room at
?Miss Sadie Sautuicrs, one of War
renton's most accomplished young
ladies,arrived here yesterday and after
attending the marriage of Miss Nannie
PaUie, left on the west bound Norfolk
aud Western passeuger train for Texas,
where she will spend the winter with
?Hats, caps aud umrellas at E.
Goetz's, 21 Salem-avenue. nov 14 J
?Mrs. Delia James died at Blue
Rid?e church Tuesday uight at 1 o'clock,
and will be buried Thursday at 2 p. m.
She was 74 years old, and leaves throt
children to mourn her loss.
? A marriage license wa s issued
yesterday by the clerk of the hustings
court to Mr. Robert J. Anderson and
Miss Nanuie Pattie; also to Mr. Eugene
C. Tho'rhas and Miss Annie L. Beamer
Go to Garner's grocery for a nice
smoke. dec? lmt
?L'liarles Hunt, colored, charged
with the larceny of a duck belonging
to 0. G. Smith, appeared before the
mayor vesterday to answer the charge,
and it beiug established that it was j
some other colored boy who took the
duck, the case was dismissed.
?Boys and children hats at E.
Goetz's, 21 Salem-aveuue. novl4-J
?G. W. Haunah, colored, appeared
before the mayor yesterday to answer
the charge of stealing coal, but th*
prosecutiug witness failiDg to put in
nil appearance,the case was dismissed.
?Children's and infant's shoes very
cheap at E. Goetz's, 21 Salem-avenue.
?Captaiu T. W. Spindle, of Chris
taiusburg, Mr. R. J. Nowill, a druggist
of the same city,and Mr. N. R. Stanger.
a real estate agent of Radford, were in
the city last night.
?The street railway bridge overj
Lick run on Norlolk avenue was pro?
nounced unsafe, and Mr. E. Y.
Tugglc was given the contract to re?
Try Mars ton's rock candy drip |
?Charles Williams was fined $10
by the mayor yesterday for creating
a disturbance, and failing to pay the
same was sent tojtil.
Hughes A Camp have removed to
their new quarters, No. 153 Salem
avenue, opposite the office of the
Roanoke Loan, and Trust company;
where they have a full line of buggies J
and harness and would be glad to see |
their old friends and customers and
the public generally. decll-tf
?11. L. Smith has a full liue of gift
books, toilet and manicure sets, triple
coated mirrors, decorated china ware,
fine porcelain placques, tooth brushes
and everything neededjfiu the way of
ornament or utility.
Sliced com beef at Garners.
_ dec? lmf I
The late change in the firm of W. P.
Camp has nothing to do with the bar?
room attached, and Messrs. J. T.
Jones & Co. are still in their old stand
in the rear of the store, and are 8til]
shoving their fine medicinal whiskey to
the frout, and have just received the
finest stock of liquors, wines, etc., on
the mardet. Call and try tbem.
J. T. Jones & Co.,
Old No., 105 Norfolk Avenue.
?Plaster your house with Marble
Rock lime, best on the market. Ifyou
don't believe it, call on Carner & Co.,
sole agents. Remember they are the
cheapest sa3h, door and blind manufac?
turers in the city. Satisfaction guaran?
THAT TERRIBLE COUGH
In the morning, hurried or difficult
breathiJg, raising phlegm, tightness
in the chest, quickened pulse, chilli?
ness in the evening or sweats at night,
all or any of these things are the first
?tagesof consumption. Dr. ?cker's
English Cough remedy will cure these
fearful symptoms, and is sold under
a positive guaranteo by Budwell,
Christian & Barbce.
ROLL OF HONOR.
For the Pnblle School lor the Month
Endlngr December 6.
Brown, Lena Barnett, Sessie Baraett,
Bulab Crute, Ellen Cardwell, Emma
Comer ,|Nora Carter, AltaFunkhouser,
JEstella Jennings, Annie Kinsley, Lola
Lickhder, Maude Knepp, Maude Prof?
fin,Mavis Rice.Aunie Stevens, Nannie
Spark, Sallie Stone, Addie Stewart,
Naouie Trent, Dora Trent, Bettie
Wood, Lizzie Featberotone, Minuie,
Pollard, Eliza Bernard. Boys?Dauiel
Cunningham, Blair Fisbburne, George,
Shields. Earlv St. Clair, William,
Spark, James Elliot, Silas Wallhall.
Miss Stone's Room?Girls?Elva
Luck, Alice Strickler, Lv.zie Tiusley,
May Jen?. Maine rt .uneth, Maggie
Uowtrs, MiuuiM Cra}bill, Hatlle
Sh>ler< Edith Tugglo, Aunie Huse,
Ella Siouu, Cora Ledoetter, Wtrtlej
Creasey, Liiliaji Hoal, Mattie
Shelor, Louhe Buford, Emma
Bryaut. Biiye-Osh.i Mi>ner, Charles
Fisbburne, Tom Kirke, Johu
Bane, Johu WoodrooL Luther tuirt'.
Walter Boyd, Haruian Woodward.
Frank Tebert, Cbae. Drumwright.
Cabell Taylor, Kate Fiery, Shelley
Shumate,Be'tie Thomas,Carrie Hawks,
Ida Elliott, Cora Slaughter, Elva
Knepp, lreue Cole, Lillian McMurray.
Fifth Grade - Ida Hockaday,teacher
Eurolment 70.?Girls?Pearl JBar
nett, Edua Bibb, Ethel Crute, Emma
Mullen, Eliza Pavue, Daisy Pollard,
Lillie Iteed, Birdie Meyer, Myrta Sours,
Hatlio Way, Mary Wi'lard, Aunie
Woodroff. Boys.?John Armstrong,
Kirby Crabill,Clarence fardwelLHarry
Huse, George Hart, Herbert Miller,
Willie Possin, Nugent Bead, Frank
Miss Fiahburne's Grade?Boys?
Bruce Buford, Willie Boyd, Horace
Brown, Dwight Firey, Walter Fish
burne, Elmer Miller, Marion Marsh,
Conway Pollard, Daunis Pilsbury, Jim
mie Shields, Willie Stone, Rufus
Sparks, Thomas Ware, Charles Yager.
Giris?Carrie Alvis, Nannie Barksdale,
Bettie Ephraim, Sallie Fishburne,
Helena Hoal, Atla Easier, Minnie
Prcffit, Sadie Pattie, Rebeckah Ware,
Maggie Waldis, Nellie Woodroof.
Miss Ratie Thomas' Grade?Boys
Frank Armstrong, Gibson Brown,
Clarence Clark, Charles Camden,
Percy Camden, Castille Cannady, Sol?
omon Sachs, Clara Read, Linwood
Figgat, James Gwalthey, Luther
Webb, Samuel Gray. GirlB?Susie
Armistead, Lizaie Burford, Mary Bur
ford, Susie Cardwell, Ruth Cardwell,
Nanuie Cauuaday, Blanche Drum?
wright, Daisy Franklin, Irene Hays.
rettie Jones, Sallie Jones, Roena Kin
sey, Nellie Kirk, Canie Pre3tou, Rena
Priddy, Evie Shields, Maggie Shumate,
Laura Hunter. Maud McMurray, Ethel
Woolwine. Katharine Woodward. Jan a
Rosenberg, Cora Hoal, Ledonie Wood
*on, Annie Spencer, Daisy Franklin.
Leila Alvis, Mav Boytnott, Olive
Black, Jennie Bowers, Nalle Hock?
aday. Martha Lambert. Sarah Mays.
Octavia Muse, Alberta Priddy, Georgia
Lisler, Caroline Stevens, Nannie
Straiu. Cora Wilmeth, Myrtle Wood?
ward, Ada Williamson.
Pkimahy Grade?A. R. Trent,
teacher. Bovs?Tom Alvis, Guy B*n
uett, Jimmie Bibb,Walter Dunlap, Fred
Drumwright, Harry Dawson, Henry
Ephream. Corbin Fitzgerald, Oscar
?winn, George Hooper, Zack Hooper.
Willie Higgan, Paul Moody, Walker
Mauck, Eddie Place, John Place, Ed?
win Pitzer, Walker Rose, Robert Rec?
tor, Harry Robertson, Lawrence Rob?
ertson. Claytor Spark?, Dick Trout, Jo?
seph Walter, George Waggoner, Eddie
Immediately after the session began
yesterday it adjourned for the day.
on motion of T. W. Miller, Esq., in
respect to the memory of Hon. Jeffer?
son Davis, ex-president of the con?
Coming-? and Going* ol' Persons
President F. H. Fries, of the Vir?
ginia and North Carolina Construc?
tion company, left yesterday for
Winston, N. 0., via Baltimore.
Major P. H. Woodward, of Staun
ton, Va-, who h?s for the past two
weeks been visiting his son, Mr. S. M.
Woodward, of the passenger agents'
department, Shenandoah Valley Rail?
road company, left yesterday for
Mr. A. Grove and 6even men left
yesterday for Buena Vista, where he
has a contract for the erection of sev?
Rev. J. M. C. Duckwold, of Burling?
ton, W. Va., was a guest of Rev. W.
C. Campbell yesterday.
Mr. P. J. Murray, proprietor of the
European hotel of Petersburg, was in
the city yesterday.
Dr. J. R. Godwin, of Fiucastle,
was here yesterday.
Rev. J. E. Bushneil is convalescing
from his recent severe sickness.
Mr. C. E. Spencer and wife went to
Salem yesterday to visit friends.
Train No. 16 was delayed two hours
by failure of East Tennessee connec?
Messrs. Frank Moore and W. H.
Stoll left yesterday for Staunton.
THE FIRST SYMPTOMS OF DEATH.
Tired feeling, dull headache, pains
in various parts of the body, sinking
at the pit of|the 6tomach,loss of appe
tite,feverishnes8,pimple8 or sor?>s, are
all positive evidence of poisoned
blood. No matter how it became
poisoned it must be purified to avoid
death. Dr. Acker's English Blood
elixir has never failed to remove scrof?
ulous or syphilitic poisons. Sold
under positive guarantee by Budwell,
Christian & Barbee.
Lot in Edge wood for $300, $50 cash
aud $10 per month.
House and lot on Eighth $2,000,
$300 cash and $25 per month.
House and lot on Eighth avenue for
$1,350. caeh $350 and $20 per month.
Hyde Park lot at $250 to $300.
J F. WlNGFIEiD,
Insurance and Real Estate Agent.
DR. ACKER'S ENGLISH PI ELS
Are active, effective and pure. For
sick headache, disordered stomach,
loss of appetite, bad complexion and
billiousness, they have never been
equaled, either in America or abroad.
Sold by Budwell, Christian & Barbee.
For sale.-Four drafi^horses cheap
Diamond Ice Company. t
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
M. L. Smith's Sal em avenue estab
lishment has a full supply of books
beautiful photographs, albums and
an ondless variety of novelty goods.
---Best Pocahontas lamp coal and j
dry wood delivered promptly by Clare \
& Bead. Telephone 70.
' If you wish to be at peace with
your fellow men, chew spear head and
A beautiful stock of Japanese goods
have just been received by E. H.
8tewart & Co. t
New buckwheat flour, oatmeal and I
graham flour can be bad at Mars-j
Buy jour cooking stoves from M.H,
Jcnniugs & Co., near market house.
Salem avenue. i
Candies, cakes, apples, nuts, cajincd
goods etc., at Garner's. decS lm)
The Roanoke Manufacturing com?
pany have an elegaut lot of asli and
walnut lumber of various thickuess.
Hence, 'hey are prepared to furnish
Hue lnicrioi finish for houses on short
Cheap lots on installments, cheap
lots for cash, cheap lots usual terms.
J. F. Winglicld, insurance and real
estate agent. i
Mintjulip, mintjulip, mint julip.f
?Best Pocahontas lump coal and
dry wood deliivcied promptly by Clare
& Heed. Telephone 70. t
Try Garner's pig feet. doc" 1 m 1
A $12,000 stock of carpets, rugs and
art squares, just received by E. H.
Stewart & Co. t
Hughes & Camp are sole agents here
for the celebrated spiral spring buggv.
the best carriage ou the market. Call
and see them. !
The Roanoke Manufacturing com?
pany has a large lot of framing lumber
in stock which they are auxious to sell, t
A full line of carriages, phaetons,
buggies, harness, saddles, etc., always
n stock at Hughes & Camp. f
Turcomans, por+ieres, mantel lam
brequins, table covers and scarfs at
E. H. Stewart & Co.'s. f
Stoves ! stoves ! stoves '. cheaper
than ever at M. H. Jeuniuiis A Co.,
Salem aveuue, near market bouse.
Carr, the sign painter,does < x client
work. Corner Third avenue and First
street, N. W. i
Marston is receiving daily ucw
prunes, raisins, cu;rants, figs nud
Ask your grocer for spear head to?
bacco; you'll like it. t
Wanted ?At once, a dry gnod>
salesman. Apply at Rosenbaum &
Bros'., Salem avenue.
Antique oak dining and chamber
suits in large variety at E. H. Stew?
art & Co.'s. t
?Call and examine mv choice stock
of groceries at 148 Salem avenue. '?V.
W. Marston. )
Mintjulip in November ! Ye < ids:!!
Mintjulip is the line&t grade of nav\
tobneco ou the market. Try it f
The Roanoke Manufacturing com
pany are receiving daily large lots o
nice, well-seasoued lumber, Buitabb
for paint or oil finish, which they ar>
desirous to sell. t
I Don't fail to aiteud the grain:
i opening of Christmas goods at M. L
Smith's. nov30 tf
W. r. Camp is prepared to move fur
nitureandall other movable property.
Give him a call. t
The Roanoko Manufacture com?
pany have just received a car load ot
RoBendale cement, price very low
They also carry a full Ptock of the fol?
lowing lines: Anchor, Virginia ai?<
Rockland brands. Can make prom pi
shipments. Prices fairly low f
For an easy conscience chew mint
julip and spear head. t
James S. Simmons & Co., real estau
agents, have placed the property of tin
Ingleside Land company ou the luarkei
at $250 per lot, on terms of $25 cash ami
$10 per month. These lots are unsur?
passed for beauty of location, and a I
parties wishing a desirable site for :>
home should call at once at the office ot
Jas. S. Simmons & Co.
Chew spear head once, and you will
have no other. t
If you want lots iu llyiie Park
call at once.
nol5 tf l Francis B. Kemp & Co
SHARP?Died in Roanoke Decem?
ber 9th, at 8.55 o'clock p. in. Leon,
an infant son of Mr. and Mrs. T. H.
Sharp, after an illness of two weeks.
Lynch burg papers please copy.
People's Perpetual Loan
ROANOKE, - - VIRGINIA.
A. Z. Koiner, M. C. Thomas,
W. F. Winch, Sec'y & Treas.
Room No. 1, - - Masonic Temple.
All the benefits of a
with the best of security and larger j
Instalment shares may be sub?
scribed for at any time at the rate of j
$1 per share per month. Full paid f
shares $50 each.
Loans made on time and payments
to so.it the borrower._
NOTICE.?Notice is hereby given
that the undersigned has lost cer?
tificate No. 73 for 25 shares of the cap?
ital stock of the Roanoke Land and
Improvement Company, issued to
Francis S. Stout, and dated the 7th of
November, 1882, and that the under?
signed is about to make application
for a new certificate for 25 shares of
the capital stock of the Roanoke Land
and Improvement Company in lieu
thereof. FRANCIS A. STOUT,
18 Wall street,
no37-law9w wed New York City
c. w. bkcknkr, manager.
Two nights only,
The idol of th? fun-loving public,
comes just for fun.
"Just in tho old sweet way,"
Introducing new songs in her latest
A PAPER DOLL.
The best farce comedy ever seen. Tho
great cast includes
John 1). Gilbert, Richard O. Gorman,
Harry 0. Clark. P. P>. Bridgeland,
Lizzie ('onway, Grace Attillie, Belle
Muni, May Montford, Ada Freeman,
EVERYTHING CATCHES ON.
?'You should remember these things.'1
Seats on sale at Johnson & Johnson's.
OVER IV II EL MIX U T EST IM O K Y
In Favor of llaivkr*' New t'rj stallzed
Lenses Over All Other*.
i"kom tue kx-iJOVKRNOK ok FLORIDA
Tallahassee, Fla.. March 5, 188S.
Mr. A K. Hawkes, Atlanta, Ga.?
Dear Sir: 1 bavo thoroughly tested
tlie glasses you littcd to my eyes some
lime since, and have found them to
possets a sollness of vision which sur
pussess anything of the kind I have
ever used. Respectfully,
W. D. Bloxiia.m.
iiis sight rkstorkd.
Mr. A. K Ilawkes: About a year
ago I procured my first pair of glasses
Iron) some dealer, but they strained
my eyes and causcci them to ache. i
then bought a pair of your Crystallized
Lenses, and the effect has been won?
derful, as a proof of which I do not use
any glasses now and see as well as ever,
r. E. Daniel, M. D.,
Editor Texas Medical Record.
i k m i hk governor of louisiana
Baton Rouge, La., January 2.'5
To Mr. A. K. Hawkes ?Dear Sir: I
'!e-!re to testify to the great superiority
of your Crystallized Lenses. The_\
combine great brilliancy with softness
and pleasautues? to the eye, more than
any I have ever found.
S. D. McENERY,
Governor of Louisiana.
KB ?51 governor ireland, ok texas
Mr. A. K. Ilawkes?Dear Sir: It
gives me pleasure to say that I hav*
'leen using your glasses for some tinu
past with much satisfaction. Foi
clearness, softness, and for all purpose
intended, thev are not surpassed b}
my that I have ever worn. I would
"?ecommend to all who want a superioi
g'as?. Very respectfully yours,
from the minister TO japan.
Mr. A. K. Hawkes?Dear Sir: 1 am
much pleased with the pantiscopic
.Masses you so perfectly adapted to m)
eyes; with them I am able to read a*
<n my youth the finest print with the
,'reaiest ease. I cheerfully recommenn
hem to the public.
Kefpectfully, It B. Hcijbakd.
(Ex-Gov. of Texas) Minister to Japan.
a i'istjxguisiied judge say3:
Austin, Texas, Januar? 29, 1887
Mr. A K. Ilawkes.?Dear Sir: I an
i'>2 years old I bought a pair of your
rysiallized Lnusen ahout a year ago.
>\ lien I could, with diflicuhy read ver3
'arge print. After using your glasses
?hreeor four montli3 I noticed that my
dght improved, and I now read the
Quest print with the naked eye.
James H. Bell.
ft?TMr. II. L. Cason, practical
optician at the drug store of Charles
Lyle & Co. until December 17th.
Collecting Agents and Manu?
RUBBE I STAMPS,
All claims placed in our hands for
collection will receive prompt atten?
tion. We are connected with most of
the foreign collecting associations an d
merchants unions, which enables us to
collect accounts abroad as well as at
For further information call upon or
Ollice in Stewart building, opposite
postoflicc. dec 8 Gm
The ladiesV the Roanoke Baptist
churc% will/hold a
in the skating rjhk On Thursday,
Friday and Saturday evening of this
week. Corn fest/ral, doll sale, fancy
articles, fruits imd sweets >and full
meat supper, wfth "Aunt Jerusha and
Uncle Jonathafi" to preside will form
the principal features of the enter?
Surveys, Estimates and Plans made
in all parts of the State.
Room?No. 2, Masonic Temple.
!R 12, Lsj>9.
DOARDERS \WANTED - FUR-,
L? nished and Jtefuroished room,
I also table boar*; SrtfVcIass.
dee!2-lt 802 8>Jefferson St.
gentlemen at Misses Barnetr's, 609
Campbell street. References required,
For SALE.?NICE DWELLING,
nine rooms, for $1,650, in monthly |
payments of $30. J. F. Win?fikld,
real estate and insurance agent.
" r. H?_CK?D?"yT
The Pioneer Real Estate agent, of
Roanoke city, who has been for the
past seven years located on Salem
avenue, opposite the First National
bank, has removed his office to the
First National bank building, front?
ing on Henry or First street, S. W..
where he is better prepared with in?
creased facilities, good conveyances
and polite assistants to serve the
public in all the branches of real
estate, selling, exchanging m and
renting on commission,and takes this
opportunity of returning tlianks for
the liberal patronage of the past, re
questing a continuance of the same,
promising his personal attention to
all business entrusted to his care,
no 20 lm_
]ji REE.- STENOG <AFHY AND
typewriting free. First-class facil?
ities and best of teachers. Address,
with stamp for return postage.
THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
no9 If Parish. N. Y.
In presenting Pratt's Astral Ui!
to your notice, we offer the best
Burning and Illuminating Oil ever
put on the markot. The perfection
reached in its manufacture is the
result of the very best methods, un?
remitting care in its distillation, em?
ployment of the highest mechanical
skill, ami the closest attention to
every detail. The oil is
and of unequalled burning quality.
FOR SALE BY
Winter is coming and everybody
should prepare for it.
CLARE & READ
Pocahontas lump Coal
CHE*? AS THE CHEAPEST.
PROMPT DELIVERY. ."
CHURCH AND ROANOKE STS.,j
TELEPHONE NO. 70.
R. W. Woltz.
Contractors and Builders
ARE PREPARED TO DO ALLj
KINDS OF WORK.
Cor. FourthAve. and Third St |
2 ijetf Roanoke, Va.
R. J. ECKLOFF,
rine Staple and Fancy Groceries,
canned Goods, &c, &c.
POINT LACE FLOUR,
AND EVERY ARTICLE THlAT CAN BE CALLED FOR IN A FIRST
CLASSj GR' iCERY STORE.
No 103 Jefferson $tr>et9Opposite City Hotel
SALEM ML i ESTATE EXCHANGE
c. b. strouse & co..
Agents for the Salem Improvement Co.,
FOR THEMOSTDESIRABLE ?OTS IN THE OLD TOWN.
COLLEGE STREET, OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE,
oct 22 3m
H. C H I P M A N
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
NO. 4 JKFFERSON STREET.
?1 r9 Msek *k ? 5fl tswLJwH?i arc stamped on the bottom of all Shoes
?~jr dr\a ?I t? ^qSp' 9 ?8 advertised by him before leaving his
factory: this protects the \vearer6 against high prices nnd inferior goods,
f > your dealer does not keen the style or kind you want, or offers you shoes without
^vV\ L. Douglas'name . rice 6tamped on them, and says they are just as
good, do not be deceived : ???:>- nit send direct to the Factory for you can get
what you want by return matl, postage paid. Dealer? make more profit on un?
known shoes that are not warranted by anybody; therefore do not be induced to
buy shoes that have no reputation. Buy only those that have L. Douglas*
name ai d the price damped on the bottom, and you are sure to get full value for
your money. Thousands of dollars are saved annually in this country by the
wearers < t" V7. L. Dougla3'Shoes- In ordering by mail state ?whether you
want Congress, Button or V .o.: ,cndon cap toe, plain French toe, or narrow cap
toe, and be sure to give sizv. ana width you wear. 1 can fit any foot that is not de?
formed, as my shoes are made in a great variety of widths, sizes and half sizes, I
guarantee a lit, prompt d^UVfiry and perfect satisfaction or money refunded upon
return of the shoes in go<?. ^U-jfuon. iv. x.. nocGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
W. L. DOUGLAS
S3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Is a fine seamless calf shoe, with Dongola
tops and Oak Leather bottoms. They are
made in Congress, Button and Lace on Lou
den Cap Toe, Narrow Cap Toe, and Plain
French Toe Lasts, In sizes from S to 11, In.
eluding half sizes and in aU widths. If yon
liAve been paying from 85 to 60 for shoes
of this quality do not do so longer. One pair
will wear as long as two pairs of- common
shoes sold by dealers that are not warranted
by the manufacturer.
Our claims for tfcis shoe over all other 03
shoes advertised, tn:
1st. It contains totter material.
2d. It is more st/lish, better fitting and
3d. It gives better general satisfaction.
4th. It costs more money to make.
6th. It saves more money for the consumer.
6th. It is sold bv more dealers throughout
the U. S.
7th. It's great success Is due to merit.
8th. It o.irmot be duplicated by any other
9th. It is the best in the world, and has a
larger demand than any other 83
$5 000 will be pah. .o ?ny person who will prove the above statements to be untrue.
The Following Lines will be found to be of the Same Quality of ExoeUenoe.
r\f\ cd GENUINE HAND-SEWED, which takes the place of cus
>3)&a\Jr\J o \J Km toni-made shoes that cost from ?7 to $o. _
THE ORIGINAL AND ONLY HAND-SEWED WELT
84 SHOE. Equals custom-made shoes costing from So to fg>
FOR POLICEMEN. Railroad Men and Letter Carriers all
wear them. Smooth inside as a Hand-Sewed Shoe. No Tacks
or Wax Thread to hurt the feet.
IS UNEXCELLED FOR HEAVY WEAR. Best Calf Shoe
for the price
WORKINGMAN'S. Is the best in the world for rough wear;
one pa ' ought to wear a man a year.
at?f> ,f\fS OU/tS? ISL* ALTO SHOES THAT COST FROM ?3 TO mm
<9fi>Uv ?Pl vIG Our -fir will wear longer than any shoe ever sold at the price.
$2 00 SHOE1' BOVS is tl,e beit Sch?o1 Shoc in ^e worw
gr*A mmmm ??> U^E" JUTn'S SCHOOL, gives the small Boys a chance to wear
?91 i/O ? SB W Er lie best shoes in the world.
All made in Congress, Button <ind Lace
Ruth Ladies' Sr.OCS are made in sizes from i to 7, including half sizes, and B, C, D, E and EE widths.
STYLES OF LADIES' SHOES.
"Tlio Fronch Opera," "The Spanish Arch Opera," "The American Common
S. iiRc," "The Medium Common-Sense." A. made in Button in the Latest Styles,
.liso, Fronch Opera in Front Lace, on 03 Shoe only.
Consumers should remember that W. L. DOUGLAS is the largest and only Shoe Manufacturer
in the world, supplying shoes direct from factory, thusgivinzall the middle-men's profits to the
vkkUot W. L. DOUGLAS, Brockton, Mass.
.?All .Uduc in \,uiijj;c>.-, uuiiuii anu i^i<--_
W. L. DOUGLAS $8 AND $2 SHOES
For sale bv J. M.Harria. 17 Salem avsDue.
\LT! SALT! SALT!
We offer for sale, on the spot and to
, arrive, the cargoes of the steamers
St?nmore, Darwin, Empire, and Mas
eotte, consisting of 42,000 SACKS
BEST LIVERPOOL FINE FAC
TORY-FILLED DAIRY SALT, Deak
in's, Buckiey, Franklin, and Herbert's
brands. Also, 10,000 SACKS LIVER?
POOL GROUND ALUM SALT. All
of our direct importation. This is
the best English salt, and is reliable.
We caution both dealers and consu?
mers against American salt packed in
foreign sacks in imitation of English
DAVENPORT & MORRIS.
decl 2w_Richmond, Va.
ROANOKE STREIT RAILWAY
DUMMY LEAVES EVERY HOUR
from corner Jefferson street and
On and after Sunday, December 8,
1889, the fares will be as follows:
City limits. Scents.
Tickets can be purchased at reduced I
rates by applying to the conductor, or j
I at the office of the Company (Didier |
J. F. CHRISTIAN,
decTlw General Manager.
A DACITIVC For LOST or FAILING HANHOODs
j A rUOl I IIS General and NERVOUS E2BH.ITY;
ftTTTtf T Weakness of Body and Mind: Effect?
\j U Xt/JEl of Errors or Excesses in Old or Tons*:,
Bobntl, Hobl? DANHOOD fnllr Rnlnrrtl. How |.? FnUnreaadj
8tr?o(rthen1TKAK.OI)KTKLOl,KII OIIOANS & PARTSof BODT?
AsmIuUIt nnhllln*- HOJIK TIIKATJIfc?iT?BrnfflU la a <j?/.
D?n tnUfy f'on 4 7 Stairs, TVrrJtorlM, ?nd I'nr.lpn Coaatri?.
Too eon writ* thfn. Buok, full ?nl?n.aJun, ?od pmhuM
bwkd) frw. Addrtu ERIE MEDICAL CO., BUFFALO. S. Y,
Salem Avenue, between Jefferson]
and Henry Streets,
J. B. Levy, President. Late cashier
Commercial Bank, Roanoke, Va.
John Ott, Cashier. Lats 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 f- '' m!8-6m
Having sold the stock and good will
of my store on Norfolk avenue to Ufr.
J. P. Ellington, I take this method of
notifying all indebted to me to call
and settle their accounts at once and
ave me the necessity of placing themll
in the hands of a collector.
W. P. CAMP,
,R. T. W. CBOZIEB, '
DENTIST. Roanoke, Va.
Office over Lyle7s rlru* store, corner Salem
avenue and Commerce greet.
HAVING SOLd"o?t to MESSRS.
Bright & ?enn, all persons indebt?
ed to the firm of J. A. FTSHBURNE
& son are hereby notified to call and
settle at once, as they wish to close up
their business by December 20th.