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? THE SIXTH BKSSION OF ?
MISS -:- WflITEH?irST's SCHOOL
Will Reopeu September 9th.
i or Terms apply 50.J Campbell St. S. W
Lessons in Ladies' Fancy Work.
J.es?ons in FANCY WOItK, CltOCUKT,
KUUltUinUWINC, KMTT1NU and
FbOWKU .MAKING. Classes tor children
4 14 Eighth Ave. B. W.. Cor.Park St.
Tin; ItoniioUc 'J lines
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Karoon ..ivcr Pul? & Tonic Pellets
ni.tal'crfi t Treatment for Conslinati'M
usncss. Hb?r One pill a dose.
TO KHAR HER SING.
To -.??<? :-'T perfect head thrwrti back,
While from Ii ? Hps (tho daintiest over kissed)
There rippld forth u melody so free.
tv> joyous and sii glad, the happy birds
Are movod to wonder on '.if maplo tree
Just :it ?Ii-- window, whj r ? she sits and sings,
Herself the mi lesl among a!l sweet things!
The little Psyche k:v>l of golden hair?
1 wonder oft if angels wear theirs bo?
The Honlfut eyes uplifted?1 run suro
Not angel, woman, St. Cecilia's self
Could look mom fair or more divinely pure!
Tho bunch of Mica "ii her girlish breast
Show scarcely white against hor bosom's
Hut with :in odorous sigh they closer cling,
Glad t<i he near her, glad to hear her singl
?Nannie L. Hutter iu .Southern Magazine.
In those bonightctl days now gnno for?
ever, gone to the dark Plutonian shore
whence there is no returning, when all
unmarried women wore catalogued ns"old
maids" and despised accordingly, there
lived a widow. Ilm mother of an only
child, and that child a daughter.
And then, as now. the number of
daughters outnumbered by a great many
the number nf sons burn to man, and for
tho latter there was a great scramble, fur
as the lesser could not equal tho greater
number many were fated to get left, and
the doom of tho"hlndmost" was even then
well understood, and as a plngucall sought
to avoid it.
And the mothers were as one with I heir
daughters. Combined were they both in
the pursuit of husbands for the mnidons,
that the reproach of tho unwedded might
not ding unto them.
Then-fore it behooved the mothers to
make tin- ino>t of their daughters, to shako
well their napkins, each and every one.
lest perchance some hidden talent lay un?
productive therein, and to emphasize any
good points whatsoever of which they
might bo possessed, thai they might over?
shadow and leave in tho shade the daugh?
ters of their nulghlrors, for such are the
ways of women when aiding high heaven
in the occult rites of matchmaking.
Hut ( lieu, ehtic and ulus! In the daugh?
ter of the widow there was naught to
make much of, neither was there anything
whatsoever to emphasize.
For so deficient was the damsel In all
personal charms and tho beauty which,
though but skin deep, yel sufficoth to turn
the head of man and inflame his heart
with the unquenchable passion of love, so
meager of figure, both physically and
financially, th.it those given to levity and
the speaking of idle words, for which nev?
ertheless strict account must; bo rendered
hereafter, derided her and jeered at her
among themselves, calling her in con?
tempt, calling her iu tho pride of their
greater possessions, "the widow":- mite."
And it coming to the ears of the widow
her heart was exceedingly sad, even as her
brain was puzzled to know what to do as
she contemplated her daughter and tin1
situation, for verily sho realized that tho
maid, being like unto her father's people,
was indeed bankrupt in all graces save
that of virtue ulono.
Now, virtue alone?that Is, virtue with?
out adol?Is'dead, and it availeth nothing
in the matrimonial market where tint
spondullx tulkcth, proclaiming in a loud
voice tho merits of its possessors, and it
unhancoth tholr attractions a thousand?
fold, rendering even tho most ordinary of
aspect morodazzllug than the sun at noon?
While it were better for the portionless
maid had she boon burn a man. for he hath
but to ehnose, and, behold! wit Ii t he shekels
of lus bride shall his coffurs ho filled to
overflowing, and the fame thereof shall
extend through nil the land.
Now. the mother of tho widow's mite,
boing a woman and sorely distressed, gave
ear unto a voice that whispered to her and
was guided by it. for sho n.gnized it as
tbo voice of her colaborcr against the peace
of man, when it spoke to her saying:
"Arise, 0 woman of little gumption,
and go you into the presence of tho con?
firmed bachelor, even him who, because of
the hatred he bcurcth to woman for the
evil sho hath brought upon man in that
through her he must toil ami labor all the
days of his life, is called the misogynist,
and deceive him as you know how.
"Kur hu who sceketh not must be
nought, as tho llshor sookcth the fish in the
sea and the hunter pursuclh the nimble
"From tho hardest rock the water gush
el It for; It most freely.
"Seek you. therefore, his assistance even
in the fulfillment of your laudable desire,
atai remember tho more difficult the deed
tl'.e greater the reward and the trlory there?
"However, be not downcast and let not
your soul be troubled, for all men are
weak, and the weakest are they who are
vain of their strength, for he who is In?
vulnerable liveth not.
"And I shall bo with you even to tho
end. lest perchance his luck prevail against.
Having spoken thus, the voice ceased
and was silent.
Thon the widow bustled that danger
?night not be courted by delaying. Sho
clothed herself in twilight tints of mauve
and amethyst, bound hor waist with a
girdle of jet and her hair with a band of
tlie same, for she still lived with the dead,
and saying no word of her scheme to any
one siie set fort h to do as she bad been
Hut coining to him to whom she had
been sent, uncovering her face, for it was
fair to look upon, she opened her mouth
and spoke, and the man was much bewil?
dered by her words, for tho unexpected bad
happened, for which he was not prepared,
and tit sight of her his strength seemed to
ooze out at his finger tips and the memory
of his hatred to depart from him.
And the voice of the woman was ns gen?
tle as that of the dove, though her words
were the words of the serpent.
And the words were these:
"Suffer tuo n little that I may tell you
I ho meaning of my coming unbidden lie
fore you. That the object of my seeking
you may nol remain hidden and a mat ter of
conjecture I, who love truth and candor,
will avowal once that ! am she whom
men hold up to scorn and derision as the
scheming mot her.
"Ulli i scheme not as .she who alms
through artifice and fraud at the securing
of a husband for her daughter who other?
wise would remain in stock until the day
of ! he last Inventory;
? liul rather that my child that I love,
the only or.ti the I.onl intrusted to my
care, may not be taken from me and
brought to dwell iu the land of the
stranger out of my -ijjlit forovormoro.
"Hut, on the contrary, my wish is that
he who m t i In- hor bridegroom may not
continue to live afar off Iq foreign lands
ami seductiveoltles, but to banish the love
of travel from his heart, cease roaming the
world over, both laud and sea, and to
oomo near, even to the homo of his fa?
thers, and sottlo in peace and harmony
among his kindred and hers ore ho claim
eth his lirldo.
"Now, In this you enn aid mo if you
will and do uu injury to any one. For
you are freo to come or go ns you listcth,
having no wlfoor sweetheart to demand
thf why or tht> wlioroforo of your notions,
you who loveth no one, but rather judgcth
woman to In- a snare and a temptation,
which judgment Is just in many cases,"
eau, hy simply appearing in public places,
nt the plays, at Hie gtimes and various
othor entertainments and tournaments
with my daughter, who Is young and as
good as she is beautiful, and whom I also
shall nccompany, si t in mot ion t he tongues
of the gossips and cause tliem to carry
tales and rumors thereof to the ears of him
who thoughtlessly tarrloth in distant
climes ami who, the spirit, of jealousy hav?
ing been aroused, will, through fear of
losing tho Idol of his heart, out short his
vain wanderings and hasten hither to claim
his own and abide with his own.
"Therefore despise me not beyond meas?
ure, 1 pray you, but rather conspire with
me, bur without my daughter's knowl?
edge, that these things may he brought to
pass, for otherwise the light of hor coun?
tenance will illumine mv life no more at
"And now that I may not weary yon
with much talking or consume your time
with idle words, but rather that you may
fully consider the things 1 have spoken, I
take myself hence."
And Innsmuch as she was the truthful
ami candid woman whom ho had thought
did not exist and whose non ost-cdnoss ho
had long regretted, the misogynist yielded
himself to her plans, for suspicion was
lulled within him.
Then, coming to see the girl, he was
well pleased with her, for she was well be?
haved ami not overhohl. Moreover, he
knew she had found favor in the eyes of
anotht r, for he believed she was hotrothi il
anil about to he wed. and the approbation
of one man gooth many leagues in form?
ing the favorable opinion of his brother
For if one man wants her so also doth
another. Whereas if no man wants her,
even he who thinks he wants hor wants
Then, after many days had gone by,
days of great hope und rejoicing for the
widow?for all things were corning her
way?and days of speculation among the
gossips as to what manner of witchcraft
was employed hy the tuito to ensnare t he
confirmed bachelor, the misogynist, who.
withal, was a matt of consequence and
honor, having lived long in the'land ns
one whom tho Lord loved and to whose
estate much of the yellow dross of com?
merce had attached itself, the truthful
anil candid woman again spoke to him,
"Rejoice with me and bo glad, oh, good
ami faithful friend, for our plans have
borne fruit, and our banners are crowned
" Then rejoice. T say, for tomorrow the
bridegroom cometh, he and his attendants
full twoscorc strong, that the occasion
may not lack eclat, and tho festivities will
take in many days. Through your gen
orous aid and tr?> operation this happy day
hath been hastened, and now nil thai re
maineth for you to do to 1111 the measure
of your grociousness is to give away the
bride, and, In south, I say to you it can he
done none too soon, that entanglements
may be avoided, for truly the girl holds
you very dear in her affections."
And tho words of the widow smote tho
man heart and KOlll, for it went grievous
ly against the grain to hi- thus summariiy
shunted off to give place to another, for
tho command, "Thus far shah thou go
and no further." was not. given toman,
and farther he would go, fared he better
Therefore, though he uttered no worth
ho swore an oath that sizzled in its fer?
vency, declaring toall things both high and
low that when the morrow came with the
laggard bridegroom he'd find never a
bride waiting to receive htm, hut Instead
the tidings of her marriage to him who
had been known to nil as tho confirmed
liachelor, for that very night would ho
floe with the maiden to the inviting shores
of an ndjactint land whore all obstacles in
the way of sudden and unpremeditated
marriages are swept, away that lovers may
he expeditions!)* launched headlong on the
turbulent sett of matrimony.
Ha! A little plotting on his own hook
wotdd he do and surprise them all.
And it was done even as ho said,
Hut, alas! the surprise was in store for
Thus is told and recorded the story of
the marriage of him whoso title and
condition matrimony changed from that
of tho confirmed bachelor to the confirmed
misogynist on account, of tho deceit proc
t let I upon him.
For in those days, for the sake of food
and raiment and' a shelter for her head,
many things were done by woman nnd ac?
counted ''womanly" which now she who
Is emancipated would look upon with hor?
ror and scorn to do, her hloomcring, bicy?
cling and balloting craze notwithstand?
Dingbat ! We bad .almost forgotten the
word. H. L. X. recalls it to our memory,
and now it dings and dings like a joy bell
in the night. "'Dingbat'is common in
western Massachusetts," says H. L. K.
"Tho first time I hoard it was about St)
years ngo at a dinner table in Kasthamp
ton, from a lady hi years old, perhaps o
little weak mentally, saying. 'Julio' (her
daugthcr), ' t"ss mo over one of them there
dingbats.' The daughter immediately
passed her a plato of biscuits with a very
hard linked brown crust. She took one,
remarking, T guess they came over In the
ark.' When I later attempted to eat one,
it struck me (the idea, not tho dingbat)
that the name was a very good one, for if
one had been 'dinged' at me and had 'bnt
ted' me on the head I should not ho here
to tell the talc."?Boston Journal.
Itrninri In ttie Finger Tips.
It. may not be so generally known that
recent post, mortem examinations of the
botlies of the blind reveal the fact that in
the nerves at the ends of the fingers well
defined cells of gray matter had formed,
identical in substance and in cell forma?
tion with the gray matter of the brain.
What does this show:- It. proves that a
man can think not alone in his head, but
all over his body, and especially in the
great nerve centers like the solar plexus,
ami the nerve, ends, on the palms of the
hands and tho soles of the feet. The com?
ing man will assuredly perceive and t hink
in every part, from his head down to his
Not. n Bombardment.
Kissam?Has her papa ever fired you?
HiggltlS?Ho has never resorted to bom?
bardment. His tactics are moroin the na?
ture of a passive blockade.
"How is that?"
"When I call to see I is daughter, he ve
mnlns in tho' parlor during tho whole of
\ho intjCrvlow."?Detroit Free Press,
for ?raffants and' Children.
O s HERS, Do You Know ur.^
batctnan's Drops, Cottrrcy'a Cordial, many io-called Soothing Byrups, and
mo.;t remedies for children arc composed of opium or morphine?
?o You Know lliat opium and morphine arc stupefying narcotic poisons-?
Tin You K(to<v that in most countries dru??u>tsarc not permitted to seil narcotics
without Mbcling ItlciU poisons ?
T>o Von Knoyy tlint yoa should not permit n^iy medicine to be rj:vc:i your child
unless you or your physician !:na*.v of what i'. i;'. coittpo: .-1 ?
l>o Yon rcxio>v iV.M Cr. toriaisa purely vegetable preparation, nad that n list of
its ingredients is published w'.'.'.t every bolt-.- ?
Po Vott Know that Castorla i j the prescript hvi ?;f tlic famoos nr. Samuel rttcher.
That it lias been in use for nearly lljlrty years, and that more Caf.toi ia is now sold than
of ail other remedies for children combined ?
Ho You Kt'o-.v lltat Hie ratcnt OCice Department < I the Ltnitetl i'.tntcs. ond of
ether count lies, have Lwuctl exclusive ri'-lit t., J)r. t ilcltcrnnd Ids ussijnsto use the word
**Cnstorla" and its formula, n:td that Imitate tacni i. n state ;,r:...on olTcnst ?
Tin You Knotty Hint ouccf the reasons for p.rantinjj this r?overmncut protection
was becauseCastoriahad been proven tobe it?iiolutclj/ ti?\rmJcR?V
is?> You Know that J3 jiverti^jo ilosca cl" Cmi'.cria nie furnished Tor 33
cents, or 0:1c cent a dose t
Do Von Know thai when possessed of this perfect preparation,your child??may
be kept well, and that you may have unbroken rest?
Well, tliese ttalnsv? are worth knowinr
rtsey a:e facts.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorsa.
BUY YOUR CARPET8 OF THE
Cin.clan.eitl IrLsta,llrrxerxt Co.
Tbey have them cut und made at factory on tho most economical plan. "-<-,?
Samples at ^Ul, Corner COMMERCE! STKKCT 11ml SAI.KM A YEN CK. Doesn't
tllko Ioiik to look, anil less time to furnish Carpet*. 1U-1 l-tf
Lessons In Gerinnn.
I WILL g}ve leBEonB in the German
language Am a native of Germany and
a practical teaohor of the German
language; also leasons in drawing and
painting. Terms moderate. A. L.
Novkh, 231 Fourth avenue n. w.
there is one medicine which ovary
family should bo provided with. We
refer to Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
When it is kept at hand the severe pain
of a burn or scald may be promptly re?
lieved and the sore healed in much leas
time than when medleine has to be sent
for. A sprain may be promptly healed be
fore inflammation nets in, which insures
a cure in about one-third the time
otherwise required. Cuts and bruises
should receive immediate attention, he
fore the parts become swollen, and when \
Chamberlain's Pain Balm is applied it
will heal them without matter being
formed, and without leaving a scar. A
soro throat may be cured in one night.
A piece of flanuel dampened with this
liniment and bound on over the seat of
pain will cure lame back or pain in the
side or chest in twenty-four hours. It
is the most valuable, however, for rheu?
matism. Persons afflicted with this
disease wilt be delighted with tho
prompt relief from pain which It affords,
and It can bo depended upon to effect a
complete cure. For sale by The Chas.
Lylo Drug Comrjany.
Mr. J. K. Fowler, secretary aad
treasurer of the Corinna Mill, Canal and
Stock Co., of Corinne, Utah, in speaking
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy says:
"I consider it the best in the market I
have used many kinds, but find Cham?
berlain's the most prompt and effectual
in giving relief, and now keep no other
in my home " When troubled with a
cough or cold give this remedy a trial
and we assure you that you will be more
than pleased with the result. For sale
by The Chas. Lyle Drug Company. I
The Itotuioko Tillies > PAPER
consumers of Anthracite Coal can
save money by using our coal. Try a
sample load and be convinced. Kimham,
Coai, Company, 17 Campbell avenue.
To the Public.
Wk load, but never follow. Every?
body knows that Catogni's restaurant it
tho only first-class ladies'dining room
in the city. T?o separate dining rooms.
Polite attention. We cater to the
ladles' trade. Hot and cold water baths
Listen for the belled teams. They
will deliver you Pocahontas, Russell
Creek, Thacker, Banner, Brush Moun?
tain, Anthracite, and the semi bitumi?
nous "Red Ash" coal; also crushed ooke
and wood. W. K. Andrews <fe Co , 21!)
Ik you wish to get the best quality of
coal and wood buy it from W. K. An?
drews & Co., 310 Salem avenuo. Listen
for the jingle of the bells.
consumers of Anthracite Coal, before
buying their winter supply, should got
our prices. KlMBAKL Coai. Company,
17 Campbell avenue. Telephone 126.
Go to Donaldson's ior refrigerators, at
The Roauoko Times + + + SECTION
PARTIAL LIST OF
Farms and City Prooeity,
Many of Them at Lobs Than Half of
Their Real Value.
12U-acrc farm, M miles from Koanoke; 5-room,
two-story frame building; tenant house, 4 rooms*,
plenty of tlmhei; 2 good springs near house:
farm In good condition: 5UU yards of church and
school*; good neighborhood. Price $1,3U0; one
half cash, balance one and two yrars.
50 acres nt Cuwe Spring; 20 in timber, balance
In cultivation; land level, under new plank fonce;.
2 good springs-and branches through farm. Price
$2,000; one-tnlrd oasn, balance one aud two years.
5-arrc garden farm, very near city; new 11 room
(1 well inn; reservoir; windmill: hind In very best
condition. Price $1,000; one third cash; balaucu
one and two years.
15 acre gardeu farm, 5 miles south of city; new
4 room frame dwelling; stable; laud lies love',,
easy to cultivate, and highly Improved, ull colti
vated in wegetablos this year. Price $S00; ono
thlrd cash, balance one and two years.
40 acres, :i miles poulh of c!ty;3-room dwelling;,
stable; 10 acres In timber, balance In cultivation;
about 100 hearing fndl trees. Prlci $1,000; one
third cash, h-uunce one and two years.
50-acrc farm, U miles east of Koanoke: 4--oom
log house: :i aores In >lmher, balanco open land;
wutered with spring and branches. Price $300;:
one-third ca?b. balance 1 and 4 years
48-acre farm, near Coyner's springs; 5-room
cottage; good stab'c and barn; one tenement
bouse; SUJ fruit treue; farm miner good fence.
Price $500; oue third eaeh, balance 1 anfl 3 years.
43,'i-acre farm, 5 miles from city, near Uave
Spring: "jo acres in limber, balance in cultivation;,
land level and in good condition; 2-room. log
house: watered with springs and branch. Prl?e
$600; ono-third cash, balance 1 and 2 yea<s.
75-acre laiw. 6 miles from city: 4-room fuanio
dwelling; stable and barn:30or 40 acres in tim?
ber, balance in cultivation; S acres good bottom.
laDd: 100 aople trees; form well supplied with
waver. Price ?750; ouc-thlrd cash, balance on
130 acres. 5 miles from city, near Holland'-; ."
room dwelling; 50 acres in timber, 40 acres In
grass, balance In cultivation and nude? good
Fence. Price $ 1,550; one half cash, balauvc 1 and
I 26 acres, 5 miles south of city; 10 acres In
I timber, 15 In cultivation: ft-room, comfortable
dwelling; good orchard; f*rm well supplied w'.th
water. Price S'.KM); one-third cash, balance 1 and
I 3 years.
7- room house on Taxewell arc. s. e., large lot.
Price $l,C5tl; cish $10; monthly $10 pee month.
li room house on Smart ave. s. e. Price $800;
cash $8; monthly payments $8.50.
S room nouee on Blmwoor) st. e. e. Price $627;
cash $25; monthly payments $7.
Broom on Ts/.ewell ave. s. e., lot 40x130. Price
$1.C00; cash $10; monthly payments $10.
li room house, newly papered; i>t 75x150 feet,
nice location. Price $2,000; cash $250; monthly
K-room house, corner lot, Southeast. Price
$800; cash $100; monthly pay meat s $S SO.
16 room house on Jefferson st., wt h all modern
Improvements. Price (2,350: cash $350; balance
$2?i per month.
u room house on JelTorson at., large lot, stahl?
and carriage nouee. Price $S,30j; cash $300;
balance $20 per month.
Nice honse on corner of Seventh ave. and Hoa
ncke st. Price $1,000; easy payments.
8- room honse, comer lot. Southwest, near hi.
Price $1,000; small cash payment
7 room honse. Seventh ave. a. w., fall-oined
lot. Price $1,000; one-tldsd cash; balance one
and two years.
7-room house, marble mantlis, hard wood
finished, nicely papered; cost to build $2,100-,
now $1 800; cash $100; balance $19.50 per nontb.
7-room house, good locnlon, Noithwest Price
$1,000; cash $100; balance $13.50 per monlil.
Nice new cottage, cost tu bnild $l,10f; corner
lot; now $%0; cash $W; balance $8 per month.
b-room honse, North woe 1; bnrd wood Brush,
new range, stable, Vot 50x151?. Price $1,300; cash
$2( 0; balance $15 per mouth.
4-room bouse. Northeaol. oloso to shops, l'rlce
$400; cash $4; balance $4 per mouth
0-room house, comer lot, Noithoast. Price
$025; cash $25; balance $6 per mouth.
Two 6-room houses, North* Ast, large lot. Price
$0X0; oaeh $00; balanco $10 per month.
We havo also nvny desirable bargains In well
located business property. Douses tor rent and
T. W. SPINDLE & CO.,
f lot Jefferson 8treet, Koanotte. Vu.
ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY.
IN EFFECT'SKIT. 15. 18U?.
Norwich. I College. I Vlnton. WestKud.
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Oryittol ; Knut Franklin ,
Spring;. . Roanoke.l Road. I Baiein.
8 40 ;
10 0(1 1
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S. \V. JAMISON,
4 9 tf President and General Manager.
SCHEDULE IN KFPKGT MA7 13, 1S95.
Weilhoand Leave Uoanohe Da>l)7.
S'.SO a. m. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Briotol and the South and
West. Stops at prlnolpal stations wast
of Radfsrd. Pullman, sleepers to Now
Orleans and Memphio, dining oa? at?
f-05 a. m. tor Eadford, Eluofleld and
lt35 p. m. tne Chicago Express for Bad
tord, Braefleld, Pocahontas, Kenova,
Clncinnu>tl, Indianapolis, St. LouiB,
Kansas City, Columbus and Chicago.
Pullman buffet Sleeper Roauoke
to Columbus. Also for Pul&skl,
Wythoville. Bristol, Knoxvllle, Chat?
tanooga and Intermediate points.
Worth MMlKutbnuud,EiCWVfl Hoanoha
1:40 p. m. for Petersburg, Bichmond
1:40 p: m. for Washington, Hageratown,
Philadelphia and New York.
10:40 p. m. for Richmond and Norfolk.
Pullman sleeper Roanoke to Norfolk
and Lynohburg to Blohmond.
Bt03 p. m. Washington and Chatta?
nooga limited) for Washington,
Hagorstcwn, Philadelphia and New
York. Pullman sleepers to Washing,
ton, Philadelphia and New vtrkvia
Shenandaah Junction and Hfw.wiore
and Ohio railroad. Stops only at
Durham Division?Let-re Lynohourg
(Union ssatlon daily 3:45 r> re. for
South Boston and DurAim nnd inter?
Winston Svem ' uvituon?Loave Boa
noke (KJnion station) dally 2:10 > m.
for Rcky Mount, MaTjinsville, Win
.?tor>- sa;htt' and Intermediate stations
For all additional tnformatio). apply
lioke. office or to W. B. BBIVIOL
(General Passengot Agent, Roanoke, Vat
M. F. BRAGf1.
Traveling Passenger Ageft.
? WI I I. SI I I. A.
(new) fc- verv little rnoue than moat dealers
charge 3or Pianos Having no reputation.
Write for catalogues add prices to
pltfnams music store,
F. W. BROWN,
N(K 11 Jefferaan St., R??HOKE, V?.
EVKRYTHI3JS IN MARDWAIIE,
Pipe and FUtmgs,
Varnish, Glass, ?c>
Beet totalities. Lowest Prices.
l w.mn Hartor?:
NtvlJ Jeftcrson St., KOANOK8, VA.
ty Sole agents for the sale of (ienulne Olive
..... ? i .. oiapeit.
E. I. BELL, TK^W" [VANS BROS
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