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Special Attention is Galled
M. FORM AIM'S
~?P E. DAVIS, Jr.,
Room 538 Terry Building,
w. o. h.m'.da wav. ARCUER l. FAYNBf
ARD AWAY & PAYNE,
Rooms Nos. 4 and 6 Kirk Building,
SGriffin, Wm. A. Glasgow. Jr.,
? Bedford City, Vft. Roanoke, Va.
GRIFFIN & GLASGOW,
Attorneys-at-law, rooms 611, 612 and
?14 Terry building, Roanoke, Va. Prao
tloe in courts of Roanoke olty and
county and adjoining counties.
j. allen watts. wm. gordon robertson
edward w. robertson.
att8, robertson a robertson,
Room 601-2-4-, Terry Building.
Attorney-at-law and Commissioner
Lock box 110, Roanoke, Room 10,
Socond Floor, Kirk Law Building.
william lunbford a. blair antrim.
LUNSFORD & ANTRIM,
Office?Masonic Temple, corner Jef
orson and Campbell streets.
133 Salem Ave,
Over Trad era
Loan & Trust Co
Of], ULBERT A,
Diseases of the Eye, Ear, ft ose,T hroat.
Eyee Examined and Glasses Fitted.
Oftlce corner Salem aveune and Jefferson street.
Over the Cbrlstlan-Barboe Drug Store.
U. S. Departments at Washington
Typewriters used ==-.
All Other Makes - - 370
Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., New York
Remingtons In use 359
All Others - - - - 3
Would thpy bny bo many if nol convinced tboy
woro tho Heut ? Anil they into enoiiKli to ninko
it worth wbilo to bo euro tboy aro right.
TJiey Prove Undoubted Superiority.
Send for particulars about
THE NEW MODEL No. SIX
John B. Gulpeper, Sales Agent,
706 East Main Street Richmond Va,
Drunkenness and Drug Habits
Successfully treated 1>v the use of Van Devan
ter's "TRUE-TONIC." Send for circular of
information to K. L. Van DBVANTBR, Ha?BRS
Town, Ml). Sold by druggists. f 1.00 per bottle
Koanoke Times ? ? ? NEWS
Head our lint and then come and see
US, for we cao save you money
by soiling you some of the
most Desirable Property
in Town on easy terms.
IJn I 7-room dwelling and Btahlo on
11U ? (> lot. Seventh avenue s. w, $1,060;
cash ?vjO; balance on easy terms.
Un *) _8-room dwelling, corner lot, 80x
HU. L 130, Slxtn street t. w., $1,160;
cash (200; monthly payments, $16.
Un n 8-room dwelllnc, sonthweBt,
l?U. Of hard wood flnleh, modorn Im?
provement*, $'2,500; cash $500; monthly payments,
Un / _10-room dwelling, with stable
111), and oarrlage house, large lot.
Price $8,200; cash $500; halancu $450 a year.
10-room dwelling on South Jct
_ , terson, hnndgomoly finished,
with all modern convenience*. $3,350; cash $3S0;
monthly payments, $80. This 1b a great bargain.
?Jn f? _5-room dwelling on Holiday
HU. D. etrcet e. e., laree lot, 60 teet
railroad (rent, $850; $160 cash and $15 per month.
?Jn T _9-room dwelling, with bath, on
RU. f. Dale avenue b. e., $1,800; 300
cash; $18 per month.
i|n Q 6-room dwelling, Tazewell ave
ntl. O. nuei e.; lot 10x130; $1,000; $50
cash and $10 per mouth.
lln Q 7 room dwelling. Tazcwell avenue
illla 0."""?. c.; $1,050; cash $50; monthly $10.
Un I fl _7-room dwelling, Bdgewood
nU. IU Etreet a. e.; $1,000; cash $50;
monthly paymente $10.
?Jfl I I ?-room dwelling. First avenne
1?U. I I w,, near round house; $1,000;
Mn I 1 1 room cottage. Third avenne
?U. I Z.""n. w., $850; cash $50; monthly
Nn I Q 10-room dwelling, bath room,
IfU. 10. cellar, etore-room. corner lot;
northeast; $1,8U0; cash $500; balance, easy pay?
Mn I / 8 Story "frame dwelling, First ave
ilU |a>"""nuen. e.; $400; cash $10; monthly
Un I ? _3-room cottage, sewer connection;
31U. 10. northeast; $300; cash$10; monthly
Mn I C ?..''-room dwelling, marble mantels,
f%U? ID. hardwood finish, two squares from
Terry building; cost to build. $2,20'; price $1,300;
cash $200; balance $12.60 per month.
Great Bargain in Track Farm.
r ACRES highly Improved laud, new six-room
0 dwelling, stable and out-bulld>nge; wind mill
and reservoir, from which all the land can he
watered; one mile from corporate limits, near
electric car line. Cost $3,500. Price now $1,450.
" Pippin " Apple Land.
1 I Q ACRES of nice level land. twenty-five
I I O acres of it rich bottom; one half the tract
In good timber. This land lies on Back creek, in
the famous -Pippin" apple belt. Twenty-five
larire assorted npolo trees. Prtco $1,160 cash.
This Is a One investment.
t3T~ Also many other desirable farms in this
and adjoining counties.
T. W. SPINDLE A CO.,
104 Jefferson Street, Boanohe. Va.
is only skin tiff//."
A clear, soft skin beautifies anyV.*
face and doubles its attractive?
ness. No complexion is so poor but that^fk'
its owner may Rain a new share of beauty IIa
by using Dr. Hcbra's Viola Cream. It is ?||
not a cosmetic or " wash," but a pure, de- ^
lightful emoUi.-nt, which coaxes Nature to
create a new complexion. It imparts fresh
vitality to the skin, dispelling all redness,
roughness ? freckles, pimples, liver-moles,
blackheads, sunburn and tan. It is abso?
lutely harmless and sure. Sold by druggists
or mailed for 50 cents. Viola Skin-Soap
should be ?seil in connection with Viola
Cream. Ordinary soaps are liable to be harsh
and impure-, but Viola Skin-Soap is perfect
and hastens the Rood work. All druggists or
mailed for 35 cents. Send for circular.
Q. O. UlTTNER CO., TOLKDO. O.
IfVROOM HOUSE ON THE BEST
\J pari o( W?lls avenue, near Jeffer?
son street, SI,675. Terms easy.
7ROOM HOUSE, WITH ALL CON
venienceB. on Jefferion streot. Large
lot. Price Sl.SOO; 8300 cash, balanoe 815
6-ROOM HOUSE ON SIXTH AVB
nue s. w , corner lot. Price 81,000;
SlOO cash, balance $15 per month.
LARGE 8 BOOM HOUSE ON TERRY
Hill, on corner lot; all conveniences,
servant's bouse and stable. Price 83,500;
8250 oaeh, balance $25 per month.
THE BEST HOUSE IN SOUTHWEST
Roanoke for the money. Eight
rooms, bath, hot and cold water, large
lot, in Qne oondition, stable*. Price
SUBURBAN DWELLING, WITH
nine rooms and all conveniences, on
car line and very convenient to Virginia
College. Corner lot, 80x150 feet. Prioe
NICE 8-ROOM DWELLING. NEAR
the EplBoooal Church on JefferBon
Btreot. Prico 83.500.
ELEGANT NINE-ROOM HOUSE ON
Church street, with all modern con?
veniences. Sold for 87,500. Price 83,500,
on eaBy terms. This is a moat desirable
DWELLING, EIGHT ROOMS, ON
Eighth avenue s. w., near Jefferson
street. All conveniences. Price 82,500.
LARGE SOLID BRICK HOUSE,
near the depot, with twenty rooms.
Bath on first and Booond floors; stable
for ten horses. RentB for 820 per month,
Price 82,250. Terms?8500cash; balance
820 per month.
9-ROOM BRICK HOUSE, IN THE
center of tho town. Rents for 8180
per year. Price 82,000. This will be
8-ROOM HOUSE, IN GOOD LO
cation, on large lot. CoBt 81,500 to
build the bouse. Prioe 8800.
FINE PROPERTY ON SALEM
avenue, with 14-room house on Sa?
lem avenue and 6-room house on Rorer
avenue. Price for entire property,83,750;
8750 cash, balance 830 per month.
SEVERAL GOOD ?-ROGM HOUSES
in thorough repair in Belmont, con?
venient to the shops. Price 8800 each;
850 cash, balance 810 per month.
NICE 8-ROOM HOUSE ON CORNER
lot, near the Second Presbyts>ian
Church. Price 81 800; 82".o cash, balance
815 per month.
SPLENDID 3-STORY BRICK HOUSE
on Jefferson street, lot 25x140; rents
for 8000 per annum. Price 87,500; 81,000
cash, balanoe on long time.
STORE ON SALEM AVENUE BE
tween Henry and Jefferson Btreets;
rentB for 8500 per annum. Price 84,850
GOOD BUSINESS STAND, COR
nor lot, with three buildings. Prioe
$4,500, on easy terms. This property
will be worth double the price asked for
it in two years.
FINE BUSINESS STAND IN
Southwest Virginia; large Btore,
dwelling, stock of goods, and 13 acres
of land at a great bargain,
FURNISHED HOUSE WITH TEN
roomB in best location In tbo city.
Houses and stores in different parts of
WE HAVE DESIRABLE FARMS
for sale in Roanoke, Bedford,
Franklin, Montgomery and Botetourt
counties. Write for our catalogue of
farms and list your larms with us if you
want to eell.
WE REPRESENT THE BEST
line of Fire, Life and Accident
Insurance Companies. Aaseto of com?
panies represented over 8330,000,000.
Come and 8ee Us or Write.
J. F. IKFIELD,
Real Estate, Insurance and Rental Agents,
210 Commerce Street.
A colohk? DIVINE dead.
Btahop Witymnu, or the a. M." E. Obarob,
Stricken With Paralytl*.
Baltimore, Md., Not. 30.?Bishop A.
W. W&ymau, next to Fred. Douglass,
the ablest colored man developed In the
United States, tell stricken with paraly?
sis at bis home, 1120 Bast Baltimore
Street, about 8 o'clock this morning,
and in a few minutes was dead. Ue
was the bishop of tho Afrioan Metho?
dist Church of the United States. The
funeral will probably be held Tuesday.
Bishop Way man was 74 years old. Ho
was bishop of the fifth dlooeBe of the
church. His territory Included the
States of Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and
Wisconsin. He closed bis last confer?
ence a couple- of weeks ago at Keokuk,
Iowa- He was born in Maryland, on the
?Tuokahoo Neck, Caroline county- He
was one of the twelve children and was
born free. Four of his brothers and sis ?
tors were born slaves.
The bishop began preaching around
Tuokahoo Neok In his youth and was
soon in demand at local revivals and
camp meetings. When ho was about 31
years old ho went to Philadelphia and
became a coaohman for a good Quaker
who encouraged bis religious life and
ministerial aspirations. He soon began
to preaoh in the city and from that time
on he rose In tho churoh rapidly until
bis consecration as bishop In 1884.
ON THE UU&BGE OF FI LI MUSTERING.
Trial of the unicorn of tho 8hlp Leon at
Wilmington, De-1., Nov. 30.?Before
United States Commissioner Smith this
afternoon Captain Frederick Svanoe and
First Officer Bagan Christian, of the
Norwegian ship Leon, appeared on the
oharge of violating the neutrality laws
here, brought by Sonor Sogosta.Spanish
consul at Philadelphia The mon were
represented by Capt. W. W. Ker, of
Philadelphia, and Senator Gray and H.
H. Ward. District Attorney Vander
grlf t represented the government.
Karl InBten, a Norwegian sailor, who
was fireman on the Loon last August,
said that when tbe Leon left Philadel?
phia she came down the river slowly
and before entering the bay twelve men
were taken on board from a tug. They
bad twelve rifloB, one sword and
eighteen boxes. After the men were
taken aboard, be said, she started for
Port Antonia, Jamaica. Before reaohing
tbe end of the voyage the men were
taken oil the Leon off the coast of
Cuba, near Baracea. The vessel ran
about 150 feet from tbe shore and when
the men from tho boat landed on the
island thoy were met by twelve more on
The witness was cross examined by
Senator Gray and during the cross-ex?
amination he made the statement that
the men said they were going to Cuba to
fight Spaniards. The men were held in
81,000 bond each for a further hearing In
Philadelphia at a date to be hereafter
fixed. Robert J. Barr, of Phlladelobta,
entered security and the two officers
were released. Barr la also bondsman
for the ollloers o( the Horsa.
ImprlHouod For Life.
Havana, Nov. 30?Col. Feljo and
Sergeant Oanova, who were tried by
court martial yesterday, on the charge
of having surrendered Fort Pelayo, on
the Zsza river, to the forces of Gen. An?
tonia Maco without a proper defense,
were sentenoed to day. The lieutenant
was condemned to impriionment for life
and the sergeant was discharged from
custody, as it was shown that he only
obeyed the orders of the superior officer.
The Dead Alive.
Los Angelos, Oal., Nov. 30.?A dls
patoh from Louisville, Ey., states that
Albert Rebham, of that city, who was
supposed to be dead, had been heard
from in Los Angelos. It wbb further
stated that he was employed as a
butcher. Inquiry about the various
butcher-shops failed to die cover Reb
ham's whereabouts, though he may be
in tho city under an assumed name.
London. Nov. 30.?The Foreign Mis?
sionary Association cables a message
from tho Island of Madagascar, saying
that two of the missionaries at An
tanarlvo have been murdered there dur?
ing a riot.
All Associated Prete Now.
New York, Nov. 30.?Tho Knoxvllle,
Tenn., Journal, the only United Press
paper In the State of Tennessee, has
joined the Associated Press, and will
begin the new service at once, abandon?
ing the United PreBS organization.
Washington, D. C, Nov. 30.?A. W.
HopklnB was to-day appointed post?
master at Mt. Sterling, S. C , to succeed
H, M. Stone, resigned.
Bnoklen's Arnica Halve.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fover Sores. Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all Hkln Erup?
tions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. -For Bale by
Massis's Pharmacy, 109 Jefferson street.
Go to Donaldson's for oak satts, very
An e.dgant line of carpets, rugs and
art squares can be found at the E. H.
Stewart Furniture Company
"There Is music in the air !" Listen !
Andrews' belled teams are delivering
coal and wood to customers. Send in
For coal and wood go to Earman >fe
Earman, 108 Salem avenue a. w.
Well groomed men know tho value
of Pond's Extract, used after shaking;
it keeps tbe complexion fresh and
Look out for the belled teams. First
class Pocahontas nut or lump coal de?
livered promptly by W. K. Androws &
Co., 210 Salem avenue.
OuROJBtomors will toll you that we
give tbe best weight and furnish the
cleanest coal in the city. Earman
Earman, 103 Salem avenue s. w.
j Second hand bicycles at all prices at
Roanoke Cyole Company, 108 Salem ave
I nue s. w. _
If yon wish to get the b?st quality of
coal and wood buy It from W. K. An?
drews & Co., 219 Salem avenue. Listen
for the jingle of tho bells.
Ik you want tho cheapest coai in the
city buy AndrewB' seml-bitumlnous
"Red Ash." You may know bis teams
by tbe bolls.
For an Inch
wailed poor Queen Bess.
Time is just as valuable to?
day? it is priceless. How
I many Queens of American homes could save half their time
' by using 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, IIOSTOX, PHILADELPHIA.
CURES ALL SKIN
Physicians endorse P. F. P. as a splcndrd com?
bination, and prescribe It with great satisfaction
for the cures of all forms and stages of Primary,
Secondary and Tertiary Syphllls.^byphllltio
P. P. P.
Rheumatism, Scrofulous Ulcers and Sores,
Glandular swellings. Rheumatism, Malaria, Old
Chronic Ulcers that hare resisted all treatment,
Pn n CURES
. [. r. Blood Poison.
Catarrh, Skin Diseases, Eczema, Chronic Female
Complaints, Mercurial 1'oison, Tetter, Scald
llrsd, etc., etc.
P. P. P. is a powerful tonic, and an excellent
P. P. P.
appetizer, building up the system rapidly.
Rank's whose systems are poisoned and whose
blood is in an impure condition, due to menstrual
Irregularities, are peculiarly benefited by the
wonderful tonic and blood-cleansing properties
of P. I*. P.. Prickly Ash, Poke Root and Potassium
P. P. P.
LIPFM?N BROS., Proprietors,
Druggists, Llppman'a Block, savannah. OA.
Book on Blood Diseases mailed tree. 10-*l
For Sale by II. C. HAHNES, Drngguist,
Corner Jefferson bt. and Railroad Ave.,
Lessons in German.
I will give lessons in the German
language. Am a native of Germany and
a praotical teaoher of the German
language; also lessons in drawing and
painting. Terms moderate. A. i..
Novkr, 231 Fourth avenue n. w.
Listen for the belled teams. They
will deliver you Pooahontas, Russell
Creek, Thacker, Banner, Brush Moun?
tain, Anthracite, and the soml bitumi?
nous "Red Ash" coal; also crushed coke
and wood. W. K. Andrkws & Co., 310
Now is the time to secure bargains
in wall paper at the B. II. Stewart Fur?
Wiu-.x you are trying to think of a
suitable present for birthdays or wed?
dings, or Christmas, just remember the
Pocket Kodak. It's out of the ordinary
line?it will be appreciated. Roanoke
Cycle Company, sole agents, 108 Salem
avenue b. w._
For the largest assortment and low
1 prices on parlor and chamber furniture
I go to the E. H. Stewart Furniture Com
The Tide in the Affairs of Ilonnoke Has
Turned?Prosperity in at Hand? Heal
Hstate Cnu Now be nought at Prices
That Will Hring the Jutllcioua In?
vestor Splendid Keturus Within the
Next Two Years?The Opportunity
May Not Last Loug-Eiubraoa it
While You Can.
READ ?IecS^- BARGAINS:
No. l Kour-ptory brick residence, with ab
rooms, on Wells avenue n. o.; lot ?0x160 (eet, to
au alley; stable In rear ot lot with eight stalls;
cost ot building, residence and stablo about
$4,000. Price of whole property, $2,250; $600
cash, balance on time.
No. 2?Two-story solid brick business house on
Salem avonue, between Jefferson street and the
market; slso of lot, 34.K x87Ji tcet; upper portion
ot the building nicely fitted up with 8 rooms tor
residence; good cellars nnder the store. Price ot
1 bouse and lot, $6,000. This is the best business
I portion of the city and will pay a handsome per
cent, on tho Investment In tho future.
No. b?Corner lot In West Bnd Boulevard,
50x160 fotiv to an alley; f ll.ooo residence In front
ot this lot: sr.ld for $2,600 iu 1?M). Price of lot
now, $400. all cash.
No. 4?Largo residence on Campbell avenue.
No. 1033. Price $&33tl; all cash, or $336 cash, and
balance on time This houso has 10 rooms and
all conveniences and large stable In roar ot lot.
No. 5?Business lot on south eldo of Campbell
avenue, between Commerce and Henry streets;
size 35 feet front and running back to an alley;
sold for $8,000 In 1WU. Price now $1.750, all cash.
No. 6? Nice four-room cottage on Sixth avenue
s. o.; lot 30x100 foot, to an alley; cost $500 to
build the house; rented out now to a prompt-pav?
ing tenant, paying $5 per month. Price ot house
and lot, all cash; or $500, $60 cash and $9
No. 7?Business lot on Luck street, between
Henry and Commerce; slae 80x105 feet to an
alley; sold for $-.1,000 In l8tH). Pries now $600; all
No. 8?Bight-room residence on Franklin road,
near Tenth avenue s. w.; house In good order
with all conveniences; lot 33 feet front, 114 foeV
deep, 57 feet wldo at back part;, property sold for
$4,600 In law. Price ot house and lot now $3,900;
$150 cash and $20 per month, with Interest.
No. !>-Nlee 7-room houso and lot, and vacant
lot adjoining, on Illinois avenue, Salem, Va.; best
residence portion ot the city. Price of whole
$1)00; $11)0 aasb, $15 per month, with interest.
Property cost over $2,900.
No. 10?Throe-story briek business house 'on
Campbell avenue, west of Jefferson street, occu?
pied by Thompson X Meudowt; sius of lot, 23x100
feet; the whole of tho two upper stories well ar?
ranged and cut up Into unices. The property will
rent for about $1,200 por annum. Price $13,000;
$3,000 cash and balance $2,000 pur year, with In?
No. 11?Five-room twe-story houso on Holli
day street ?. e.; lot 60x130 feet; fronts on both
Hollldav struct and Hoanoke and Southern rail*
road. This property sold f?r $8,000 In li?0. Price
of house and lot now $500; $160 cash and $15 per
month, with interest.
No. 12?A desirable residence on Church street,
near Park street; corner lot, 40x170 foot, to an
alley. Price of house and lot now, $2,760; $760
eaMi, balance on time.
No. 13? Six-room residence on Fifth avenue n.
w.; lot rnns through from Fifth to Fourth ave?
nue; two frouts; house cost about $750 to build it.
Price of honee and both lots now $060; $50 cash
and $10 per month, with Interest.
No. 14?Nine-room Queen Anue house on Brook
street n. o.; corner lot, 50x100 feet; bouse In
good condition; contract price of house $1,600,
Price of house and lot now $1,350; $160 cash and
$15 per month, with interest.
No. 16?Seven-room 3ttory residence on Sev?
enth avenue; lot?88xl8u feet, to an alley. Price
of house and lot now $1,450; $100 cash, balance $20
per month, llo.;sc- cost over $1,600 to build it.
J. W. BOS WELL,
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
Mooinaw Building, Jefferson St.,
F. W, BROWN,
Mo. 11 Jefferson St., ROANOKE, YA.
EVERYTHING IN HARDWARE.
Pipe and Fittings,
Varnish, Glass, &c.
Best (Qualities. Lowest Prices.
F. W. BB?WS Intim,
No. 11 Jetfereon St., KOANOKK, VA.
Roanoke TimesBrin8S Be,,8r Re,u,n& ,0 Adve"
tisers than any Paper in S.W. Va.
"THE POT CALLED THE KETTLE BLACK."
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