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IS A DOLLAR MADE.
A SPECIAL BONAFIDE SALE OF
SUITS AND OVERCOATS.
We Mean What We Say
'TO1T^r~ni-njriapiiiip?i? i?,,. i
When Wo any that you can SAVE MONEY by
attending this Special Sale of Suits and Overcoat*.
WE havo .JUST RECEIVED fl?Pv nHf)
worth of these goods, and we 'PvjvvU
paid SPOT CASH for them. We can atlbrd
to sell them from 25 to 50 per cent, cheaper
thnu if we bought them on time. This is no
closing out, but a Bonaiida Sale of SUITS aud
OvKUCOATS, wbero you e?u save money, aud
we nro here to back up what we say, as we are
goiug to lenve town.
Now is the Time
For you to gel your SUIT and OVERCOA.T
while our stock is complete and we can suit you
in Style, Color and Quality. These goods are
all made by the best manufacturer iu the East,
and we Guarantee Them to you.
8S5T Uon'L fail to call and examine this stock at
NO. 16 SALEM AVENUE.
Mew York Clothing House,
M. FORMAN, Proprietor.
vjteno(;bapuer and type
1 .'/"All work guaranteed to bo satis?
KELLE G. FOLK ES,
Olllco l'onco do Leon Hotel.
w o. iiaroaway. auch Kit l. paykk;
ARDAWAY & PAYNE,
ATTORN E YS-AT-L AW
Rooms Nos. 4 and 6 Kirk Kulldihg,
SGriffin, Vfii. A. Glasgow. Jb.,
o Kodford City, Va. Roanoko. V*.
GRIFFIN Sc GLASGOW,
Attorneya-at-law, rooms fill, 612 and
?aM Terry building, Roanoko, Va Prac
tloe in courts of Roanoko city and
ounty and adjoining counties.
j. allen watts. wm. gordon robertson
edward w. borkrtson.
'atts, rouertson a rodkrtson,
Room 601-2-4-, Terry Rulldlng.
Attorney-at-law and Oommiaslonor
Lock box 110, Roanoke. Room 10,
?Second Floor, Kirk Law Kulldlng.
william LUN8FORD a. blair antrim.
LUNSFORD & ANTRIM,
Office?Masonic Temple, corner Jet
arson and Campbell streets.
tTwHITELAW SIMS, A.H..M. D.
Diseasaa of the Nervous System,
Nose and Throat, Catarrh.
Uours?0 to 12 m.; 8 toti p. m.
Oonlto-Urlnary Surgery, Rectal and Venerlal
Uoura lor Men?7:30 to 9 p. m.
OlUce over Commercial National Bank, corner
Jefferson St. and Campbell A\e.
132 Salem Ave.
Loan A Trust Co
DR. HENRY HUBERT HAAS,
PROFESSOR OK UUSIOl
1'IANO, VOCAL, THEORY: and HARMONY,
(lives private lessons at the pnoils' residences
or at M9 Luck street. Terms moderate. Address:
The New Mods!
Many Notable Improvements*
SINU POS ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE.
John B, Culpeper, Sales Agent,
MO east main street. richmond. va.
The Koanokn Times * ? ??? NEWS
?Y A II.
Stop Throwing Money
Away by Paying
You Can Own ?
Home for Very
Head our lint and then como and see
US, for we can save you uioney
by selling you some of the
most Desirable l'roperly
in Town on easy terms.
7-room dwelling and atahlo on
"lot, Seventh avenue e. w, $1,050;
cash $*X; balance on easy terms.
fln ?) _B room dwelling, corner lot, 50x
l*U. L. 130, Six to street s. w., (1,1?);
cash $200; monthly payments, $15.
Un Q _S-room dwelling, eonthwest,
I , U. 0. hard wood finish, modern Im?
provements, $2,500; cash $500; monthly payments,
Mn / _10-room dwelling, with stable
I1U. *r. ai.d oirringe honse, large lot.
Price ?3,200; cash .*5L0; hulanco $150 a year.
ftJn C _10-room dwelling on bonth Jet
?tu. ?. terson, handsomely finished,
with all modern conveniences, $2,350; cash $.150;
monthly payments, $20. This 1? a great bargain.
iln C _5 room dwelling on Holiday
HU. D. street s. c., larue lot, 50 tcet
railroad f rent, $.syi; $150 cash and $15 per month.
iJn "7 _Si-room dwelling, with bath, on
HO, I, Dale avenue s. e., $1,800; 200
on?h; $1? per month.
Mr, Q _B-roomdwelling,Tazewell ave
utU. 0? "lie i e.; lot -10x130; $1,000: $50
cash and $10 per month.
Un Q 7 room dwelling, Tazewell avenue
nU. 3.""'s. e; $1,050; cash $50; monthly $10.
tin If) _7-room dwelltng, Edgewood
1*11. IU street s. e.; $1,000; cash $50;
monthly payments $10.
li-room dwelling, First avenue
"n. w,, near round house; $1,000;
9Sn 10 4 room cottage. Third avenne
nU. I *.""n. w., $050; cash $50; monthly
Un I Q 10-room dwelling, hath-room,
I?U. 10- cellar, store room, corner lot;
northeast; $1,H'J0; cash $500; balance, ensy pay?
tln I / 2 story frame dwelling, First nve
e.; 8100; cash $10; monthly
Nn I K li-room dwelling; Fifth avcniion.
IJ.U. 10. e.J $025; cash $25; monthly pay?
Nn I C 3-room cottage, sewer connection;
!1U? ID. northeast; $300; cash $10; monthly
Mfl I T "-room dwelling, marble mantels,
III). If. hardwood finish, two squares from
'lerry building; cost to build. $2,20'; nrlco$l,300;
cash $1X); balance $12.60 per month.
Large list of farms in Koanoke and adjoining
counties, among them some vory desirable
Truck Farms near this city, which we will bo
glad to show purchasers at any time.
T.I. SPINDLE & CO.,
104 ,jAftAi-non Street, Koanobe, Va.
J" TtF.A UTY
is (>nly skin ticcf
A clear, soft skin beautifies ?1''y\^
face and doubles its attractive- &
ness. No complexion is so poor tint that^fk
its owner may gain a new share ol beauty litt
by using Dr. Hebra's Vi.,1a L'rcani. It is Vj
not a cosmetic . r " wash," hut a pure, de- ^
lightfu! emollt:nt, which coaxes Nature to
create a new complexion. It imparts fresh
vitality to tli - skin, dispelling all redness,
rouphncss? freckles, pimples, liver-moles,
blackheads, sunburn and tan. It is abso?
lutely harmless and sure. Sold by dro^ists
or mailed (or CO cent-.. Viola Skin-Soap
sh u!.I he ose.I in connection with Viola
Cream. Ordinary lapsare liable tube harsh
and impure, but Viola Skin-Soap is perfect
and hastens the good work. All druggist! or
mailed for J5 n uts. Send for circular.
O. C. lUTTNEU CO., TOl.t-UO.O.
MILD AND PURE
ALLEN & GINTER
Little doctor's J3ook tells about
-J Tonic r
Only Modern Cure
for Constipation. Biliousness und
Liver Troubles. Free at uuv store.
For aale by Charles Lyle Drug Co.
Cures nil troubles of llio
Meint und Throat.
WILL CURE halation atop*
sneezing, smiiniiL', coiiehlni;,
tinned line effects
liifthixt medical ?u
thoriUes of Kurop*
y.'?i^-^^S. mill America for
SW** ? \COLDS,8oroTbro?l
Hay Fever, Bron?
chitis, La GRIPP1.
The most Refreshing
mid Healthful nlil to
ers. Brings Sleep to the Sleepless, fines Insomnia
ami Nervous I'nwtration. Don'l lie fooled ? Ith worthless
Imitations. Take only CUSHM AN'S. rrlee.60c.ntnll
BrUKKUU, or mailed free. Agents wanted. C?8HMAKV
MFNTHOI RAI M produce* wonderful cures or
ITIUIMinUL DHL.Ill SaH nhoum. Old Bores.
Outs, Woundn. Burns. Frostbites. Excels all
other remedies for PILES. I'rlec 26c. nt liriiwtista.
Bonk on Menthol free. Address Ctishman Manu?
facturing Co., No. 324 Dearborn Street,
LBomin llu'WIn.-.. CHICACO, ?r VIM'KNNKS, IM).
Enstly, Quickly, Permanently Restored.
Debilityi end all the train
, of evils from early errors ?c
} later exoesxes. the results ol
overwork, elclcness. worry,
v etr\ Full strength, dsvel
: opruentand tone given to
-^jevery organ and porlloo
ofthoborly. Simple, nat
? v) nral methoda. luimodi
I \ ate improvement neon,
fallure Impossible. 2,000 references. Book,
?xplanation and proofs mailed (sealed) free. ,
ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, IW.'
VALEGANT 8-ROOM HOUSE, WITH
T}j cellar, hath, L'aB. Stahle on lot. Lo?
cated on Seventh avenue s. w. Price
f ?,100. Terms to enlt.
ICH HOUSE, SBVION ROOMS, ON
Salotu avenue. Price $l,lKX).
tJ-ROOM HOUSE, IN TWO BLOCKS
O ot Terry building. Price $1,100.
17 LEGANT 10-ROOM RESIDENCE ON
Hi Church street, $4,500.
DWELLING, TEN ROOMS. ON REST
part ot South Jefferson street. Large
stable, all modern convenience;. Price
?3,600. Terms to suit.
VERY NICK 8-ROOM HOUSE ON
coroer lot in southwest part ->f town.
Price $1,000; $M0 cash, balanco $15 per
NE OF THE REST RESIDENCE
lots In the West Und. I'rlce $ 800.
JA HOB BRICK ROUSE, 31 ROOMS,
-A lot 60x200 feet Larijebarn and stable.
Price $2,250. Terms made to eilit par
CORNER LOT ON MOORMAN ROAD.
NICE FARM OK 85 ACTES. a H MILES
from Bedford Cltv. with R.t mm house,
largo ham and stable, flood orchard.
Owner needs monev and roost sail, l'rlco
TUB BEST BARGAIN IN A RBSI
dence on Campbell avenue. Call and
see about it.
9-ROOM HOUSE ON .1 E K PERSON
street. Ail conveniences. Price ?2,50O.
J. F. WINGFIELD,
Real Estate and Insurance A (rout,
810 COM3T.KKCK ST.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE
New York Stock Market.
New Yokk. Nov. 15.?The stock mar?
ket to-day was unfavorably aHooted by j
a variety of influences, none of which
were unexpected, and whose effect
might therefore have been regarded as
discounted. The exception wan a revival
of sales of our securities for foroign ac?
count. This last development had not
been generally figured upon, as the
?meet hoped tor support In tbiB market
from abroad, owing to the alleged more
favorable turn in the foreign financial
situation. The engagement of gold for
export by to-morrow's steamer could not
ba considered in the light of a surpriao,
as all indications recently have pointed
to a resumption of the outward move?
ment. The market opened quiet and at
Blight declines, but a moderate rally
soon ensued, which for a time proved
superior to the announcement of the
engagement on 82.250,000 in gold for ex?
port, including the house usually moat
conspicuous In gold movements. The
effect of the news, however, was noted
in deoreased volume of trading. Event?
ually liquidation started here and there
In the list, resulting in a lower range
of prlcoa generally. Tobacco was the
chief sufferer, yielding 3 per cent, to 87.
The closing was Bluggish at slight re?
coveries generally from the low points.
The final prices Bhow fractional net de?
clines in most caaos.
Closing stocKs were as follows:
Atohlaon, 17%; Adams Express, 148;
Baltimore and Ohio, 50%; Ohoeapeake
and Ohio, 10; Chicago, Burlington and
Quincy, 85%; Ohloago Gas, 64%; C. CO.
and St. Lou is, 41%; Del , Lacks,wanna
and Western, 108; Oistlllors and Cat?
tle Feeders Co., 19%; Erie, 10%; Erie
preferred. 31 %; Groat Nor thorn pre?
ferred, 120; Lake Shore, 149; Lead
Trust, 30%; Louisville and Nashville,
53%; National Cordage, 7; National
Cordage proforred, 14; N. J. Central,
107>& Norfolk and Western preferred,
11'?'.% Northern Pacific preferred, 10;
Northwestern, 100; Northwostern pre?
ferred, 147; N. Y. Central, BOX; N. Y.
and Now England, 45; Pacific Mall,
31; Pullman Palace, 167; Reading,
10%; Kock Island, 75%; St. Paul, 75%;
St. Paul and Omaha, 41 %; Southern
Pacific, 21%; Sugar Refinery, 100%;
Union Pacific, 9%; Western Union,
90%; General Electric, 31%; Southern,
i.IX; Southern preferred,35%; Tobacco,
90; Tobacco proforred, 104.
Now York Musoy Mnrhet.
New Yokk, Nov. 15?Money on call
easy at 1%@2 per cent., last loan 2,
oloBcd 2, Prime mercantile paper 4@5%
per cent. Sterling oxohango Btrong
with actual business in bankers'bills
at4 firstname.lastname@example.org% for demandand4 87%@
4 88 for sixty days; posted rates 4.88%(?
4 00. Commercial bills, 4.87. Silver
certificates, 67%(363. Government bonds
steady. State bonds Inactive. Rail?
road bonds firm.
Chicago, Nov. 15.?The markets all
around showed signs of weakness to?
day and the closing prices for every?
thing but oats are below last night's
close. The news was not important.
The leading futures ranged to-aay as
Wheat, No. 2?November, opening,
57, closing, 56%; December, opening
57%, closing, 57%; May, opening, 61%,
Corn, No. 2?November, oponlng, 29,
closing, 28%; December, opening, 28,
closing, 27%; May, opening, 29%,
Oats No. 2?November, opening,
-. closing, 18; Docember, oponlng,
18%, closing, 18%; May, opening, 20%,
Mosa pork, per bbl.?November,
?penlng,-, closing, 8 07%; January,
opening, 9 07%, closing, 9 07%; May,
opening, 9 42%, closing, 9.42%.
Lard, per 100 lbs ?November opon?
lng, ???, cloalDg, 5 47%; January, open?
ing, 5 62%, closing, 5 00; May, opening,
5.82%, closing, 5 82%.
Short ribs, per 100 lbs ?November,
opening,-, closing, 4.45; January,
opening,-, closing, 4.57%; May,
opening, 4.80, closing, 4 83%%.
Cash quotations wero as follows:
Flour; hard wheat spring patents,
email@example.com; soft, 3 firstname.lastname@example.org. No. 3 spring
wheat, 56%@57%; No. 3 spring wboat
56%?57%; No. 2 red, 57%@00%; No.
2 corn, 28%; No. 2 oats, 18%; No. 2 whito,
21%; No 3 whito, 19%@20%; No 2
rye, 36; No. 2 barloy,-; No 3. 34 @
80; No. 4,28; No. 1 tlaxseod, 92@93%;
prime timothy seed, 3 50; moBs pork
per bbl.. 8 l?@8 20; lard per 100 lbs..
5.55(Sr> 57%; short ribs sides (loose)
4 fit (.(c4.55; dry salted shoulders, (boxed)
4%(<?4%; short clear sides (boxed),
4%(d}4%; whiskey, distillers' finished
goods, por gallon, 1.22; sugars, cut loaf,
5.57; granulated, 4.'.15; standard A, 4.82.
Cincinnati Produce Msirket.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Nov. 15.?Flour
quiet. Wheat light demand; No. 2 red,
07; recoipts.l.lOO; shipments, -i 000 Corn
firm; No. 3 mixed, :>2. Oats steady;
No. 2 mixed, 21%. Ryo dull; No. 2,
40 Lard scarco, 5 45. Bulk raeatB oatier,
4 02% Bacon stoady, 6.00. Whiskoy
firm; sales 661 barrels at 122. Butter
stbt-dy, uncbangod. Eggs Arm, 19c.
w. k. Andrews & Co., 2io Salom
avenuo, aro strictly coal and wood
dealers. They keop everything you
need in that line, and will deliver it
promptly. Look out for tho beilud
Havk you tried tho Rad ford Stoam
Laundry, 210 Salem avenue?
That Tired Fooling
Is a common complaint, and it is a
dangerous symptom. It means that the
bystom Is debilitated because of impure
blood, and in this condition it is
especially liablo to attacks of disease.
I'ood'a Saraaparilla it tbo r? tr.pdy for
nit condition, and also for that w?-ak
no?ft which prevails at tho changu of
season, climate or life.
IIond'h Pills ac. easily, yet promptly
and tlllclontly, on tho bowels and liver.
Sokk THROAT. Any ordinary caso
may ba cured in one night by applying
Cnambt?rlain's Pain Halm, as directed
with each bottle. This m< dicino is also
famous for its cures of rheumatism,
lamo back and deep seated and muscu?
lar d*lns. Por sale by Tho Chas. Lyle
? TIIK SIXTH SESSION OK ?
MISS -:- WHITBHURST'S -:- SCHOOL
Will Reopen September 9lh.
For Tcriu*. apply 003 Unmpbell St. S. W
For an Inch
wailed poor Queen Boss.
Time is just as valuable to- Jl" | f
day? it is priceless. How *i I M .?> ?
many Queens of American home* could save half their
by vising in their daily, monthly, yearly cleaning,
This wonderful preparation not only saves a woman's money,
but it saves her time and strength. It's the home comfort
that makes other home comforts possible. All grocers sell
Gold Dust in large packages?price 25 cents. Made only by
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
CHICAGO, ST.LOUIS, NEW YORK, BOSTON, PIIIL.ADKI.PIIIA.
nt .ill th
PALMS I T2S.tnY??;
j 1710 Ch.stnut at.ft situati.
llram-hv?. IMiilartVlpb' .. | V nrnishi'.l.
TUa uiiimumuf knowledge ? 11 he minimum of coal,
nVawytr circular.. TB'.?). W. l'ALMf, VrvU
Letters, Science, Engineering, Law. Medicine.
Si Mston ii. ;im i .tu Septtmibcr.
Tuliion in Academical Schools free to Vir?
gitii'vus. Kor catalogues address
_WM. M. THORNTON. LL P.. Ch?'man.
I 10,000 1 ik. Nun.i Gold Plated
f [Uj? I WATCHK8 wich Elegant Chain
ami Charm to Mutch.
Alii; YOU HAM).
celsior Hair Forcer
a luxuriant growth
of hair on the bald?
est bead, rapidly
cures bald patches,
hair falling, thin
eyebrows and oye
BEFO RE AND AFTER USE. ^h^to'X'
nal color. Absolutely forces whiskers and mous?
taches on the smoothest face at any age. l'rlco
$1.00 per bottle. Sold by R. V. LOHKlMKU &
CO., 11H15 Pennsylvania Ave., Baltimore, Md.
liKAII UUIt (iKASI) OFPKKI
DON'T AIIS8 THIS CHANCE.
Lorrimar's Excelsior Hair Forcer.
These BKAOTI F U L
watches are sold In Jewolry
stores at $111 to $15, hut, In
order to advertise our goods
aud get new enstomors, we
will send one Watcii (lady's
or gent's size) absolutely
rnr.b to you if you comjily
with the terms of our Gold
Watch Offer. It you want
one, tend $1.00 for a large
bottle of I.orrimer's Excel?
sior Hair Forcor and wa will
send our Gold Watch
Offer at same tttua. Wi
tend the Watch by regia
tered mail and guarantee
tafe delivery to yon. When
you get tho boautlfnl watch
wo shall expect you to tell
your frleuds, as we want to
millet np our business lu
your locality. Send this ad?
vertisement and $1.00 to
K. V. lou KIM Kit A CO.
100ft renn sylvan I a Atc, Bal
thnt'3 probably what ails you if
you're drowsy in the day time.
If you yawn, stretch, and feel
too weal; to work, and broken up
generally, ?-.onie people may call
it "Spring Fever," but you are
But do not be discouraged.
Many persons have felt just like
you do, and have been made
well and utrong by
ind what this famous old
strengthening medicine has clone
for others it can do for you.
But what 13 it that makes
Brown's Iron Bitters so good for
the health? Any physician can
Urown's Iron Hitters is pleasant
to take. It will not stain Ihe teeth
nor cause constipation. See the
crossed red lines on the wrap?
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.,
Do You Want Full Yalue for Your
IF SO, BUY YOUR
HARNESS, HORSE BLANKETS,
ROBES, &c , &c,
YOST ? mm co.,
Next Door to Postoffice.
Ramon's Nervo and Bone Oil cure*
Rheumatism, Cuts? Saiea, Burns aasst
Bruises, for 25c
EUBA GOOD BAHRAINS
Tho Thlo in tho AD'alrs of Konnoko Has
Turned?Prosperity in at Hand-Real
Kttttite Can Now bo nought at l'rlcog)
That Will Bring; tho Judicious In?
ventur Splendid Upturns Within the
Next Two Years?Tho Opportunity
May Not Last Long?Embrace It
While You Can.
READ ^f?!I?L BARGAINS:
No. 1?Four-story brick residence, with 90
rooms, 011 Well? ?renne n. e.; lot 50x160 feet, to
an alley; stable In rear ot lot with eight stalls;
cost ot building, residence and stable about
?4,000. Price of wUole property, $4,380; $000
cash, balance ou time.
No. 3?Two-story solid brick business home oh
Salem avenue, between Jetrereon street and the
market; slzo ot lot, 3-1 S xbr.S teet; upper portion
ot the building ulcely fitted up with 6 rooms tor
residence; good cellars under the store. Price ot
house and lot, $1,000. This Is the best business
portion ot the city and will pay a handsome per
cent, on the Investment lu the future.
No. 3?Corner lot In West Knd Donlevard.
50x150 teet to au alley; $11,000 reeldence lu front
of this lot; sold for $3,5oO in 1800. Price ot lot
now, $400. all cash.
No. 4?Largo residence on Campbell aTenne,
No. 1033. Price $2,3311; all cash, or $3.10 cash, and
balance on time T ins house has 10 rooms and
all conveniences and large stable In rear ot lot.
No. 5?Business lot on south side ot Campboll
avenue, between Commerce and Henry streets;
size 35 feet front and running back to au alley;
Hold for $8,000 In 1801. Price now $1.780, all cash.
No. 0?Nice fonr-room cottage on Sixth avenue
s. o.; lot .It'xlOO feet, to an alley; cost $500 to
build the home; rented oat now ton prompt-pay?
ing tenant, paying $.5 per month. Price of house
and lot. $3K), all cash; or $510, $50 cash and $?
No. 7?Huslness lot on Luck street, between
llenry and Commerce; slr.e 30x105 teet to an
alley; sold for 000 In 1800. Price now $rW0; all
No.8?Bight-room residence on Franklin road,
near Tenth avenue s. w ; house In good order
with all conveniences; lot 93 feet front, in feet
deep, 67 feet wide at back part; property sold for
$1.500 In 1SW). Price of house and lot now $3,300;
$150 cash and $30 per month, with interest.
No. W-Nlce 7-rooui house and lot, and vacant
lot adjoining, ou Illinois avenue, Salem, Vu.; best
residence portion of tho city. Price of wholo
#000; $100 cash, $15 per mouth, wstn interest.
Property cost over $J,tV0.
No. 10?Three-strry brick business house on
Campbell avenue, west ot Jefferson street, occu?
pied by Thompson .V Meadows; size of '.ot, 35x100
feet; the whole of tho two upper stories well ar
ranged and cut up Into olllces. The property will
rent for about $1,300 per annum. Price $13,000;
$3,000 cash aud balance $3,0u0 per year, with In?
No. 11?Five-room two-story house on I loll I
dav street s. e.; lot 50x130 feet; fronts on both
Ihillldsv street and Koonoke and Southern rail?
road. This property sohl for $5,000 lu 1S0O. Price
of house and lot now $MX>; flW cash and $15 per
month, with interest.
No. 13?A desirable residence on Church street,
near Park street; corner lot, 10x170 teet, to au
alley. Price of house aud lot now, #3,750; $760
ra*h, balance on time.
No. 18?Six-room residence on Fifth avenue n.
w.; lot runs throngs, from Fifth to Fourth ave?
nue: two fronts; house cost aboat $75) to build it.
Price of house and both lots now $tO0; $50 cash
and $10 per month, with Interest.
No. 14?Nine-room Oueen .Mine house on brook
street n. e.; corner lot, 50x100 feet; house lu
good condition; contract price of honse $1,1500,
Price ot house and lot now $1,350; $150 cash and
$15 per mouth, with Interest.
No. 15?Seven-room 3 story residence on Sev?
enth avenue; 101^33x130 feet, to an alley. Price
of house and lot now $1,450; $100 cash, baUnce $30
per month, lloaie cost over $1,500 to bnlld It.
J. W. B?S WELL,
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
Moomaw Building, Jefferson St.,
cures Colds, Catarrh, Sore Throat,
Inflammations and ALL PAIN*
RJ5r. CIT AS. H. PA UK HURST, the pre at reformer vf New York. " llavs
useit I'nml'n Extract long ami constantly."
REV. C. 8. RORINSON, the well knoten editor of " Sonys for th*
Sanctuary," Ac.."Pond's Extract fulfills every promise it makes."
2,000 ORDERS FU03I PHYSICIANS WITHIN ONE MONTU.
SUBSTITUTES DO NOT CURE,