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Special Attention is Called
A PAPER FOB TUE PEOPLE.
IN THE TIMES'
WANT COLUMN. ^
INSURANCE AGENT and BROKER.
(TV/- l'rompt personal attention to insurance in
every department, In any locality and In any
company. 12 6 3m
i^^P?S^^P?'133 Snlern Ave.
~*^<%^-J^S^ Over Traden
DAVIS, Jit ,
Room 538 Terry Building,
W. o. n akd? way. abchbb l. i'aynk;
JJARDAWAY & PAYNE,
Booms Nob. 4 and 6 Kirk Building,
SObiffik, Wm. A. Glasgow, Jb.,
a Bedford City, V?. Roanoke, V?.
GRIFFIN A GLASGOW,
Attorneys-at-law, rooms 611, 613 and
614 Terry building, Roanoke, Va. Prac?
tice in courts of Roanoke olty and
county and adjoining counties.
j. allen watts. wm. gordon bobbbtboh
edwabd w. robbbtson.
att8, b0bebt80n 4 bobebtson,
Room 601-3-4-, Terry Building.
Attorney-at-law and Commissioner
. in Chancery,
Lock box 110, Roanoke, Room 10,
Second Floor, Kirk Law Building.
william lun8fobd a. blaib antbim.
LUNSFORD & ANTRIM,
Office?Masonic Temple, corner Jef
erson and Campbell streets.
DR. HENRY HUBERT HAAS,
fkofkssor of music.
riANO, vocal, thbohy, and harmony,
(liven private lessons at the pupils' residences
or at M!) Lnoi: street. Terms moderate. Addres?,
lioanokc, Va. 13 8tf
Send your orders for ooal and wood to
Earman & Barman. They give hones, t
weight and furnish olean ooal. Give
them an order and be convinced of the
above facta. 108 Salem avenue s. w.
Call at Roanoke Cyclo Company, 108
Salem avenue s. w., and look at the
pictures taken with tbe Pocket Kodak.
Wil?be glad to show them to you; also
the Kodaks. They are worth seeing.
?Y A HOHE.
Head our list and then como and see
US, for we can save you money
by selling you some of the
most Desirable Property
in Town on easy terms.
BJn I _Troom dwelling and stahlo on
|*U> '? lot, Seventh avenue e. w, $1,050;
cash $200; balance on easy terms.
fjn ?) _fl-room dwelling, corner lot, 60x
HD. /. 130, Sixth Btroot s. w., $1,160;
cash $200; monthly payments, $15.
63- Q 8-room dwelling, southwest,
11U. Ot hard wood flnlsb, modern Im?
provements, $2,500; cash $500; monthly payments,
Un / _10-TOom dwelling, with stable
nU. *r, aid oarrlage honse, large lot.
Price $8,200; cash $500; balance $150 a year.
Nn K 10-room dwelling on Sonth JeC
l*Ua 3, ferson, handsomely flnished,
with ad modem conveniences, $2,850; cash $850;
monthly payments, $30. This Is a great bargain.
tjn C __6-room dwolllng on Holiday
nUc D. street s. e., large lot, 50 ieet
railroad frent, $850; $150 cash and $15 per month.
UA 1 B-room dwelling, with bath, on
HD. I. Dalo avenue a> e., $1,800; 200
oash; $18 per month.
||A Q _6-room dwelling, Tazewell ave
HD. ?.~~~~nuei e.; lot40x180; $1,000; $50
cash and $10 per month.
Iln Q 7 T00m dwelling, Tazewell avenue
IUI. ?."*"e. e.; $1,050; cash $50; monthly $10.
yn f ft _7-room dwelling, Bdgewood
nil. I U street B. e.; $l,OJ0; cash $60;
monthly payments $10.
Nn I I 6-room dwelling:. First avenne
l?U. I I .""n. w? near round house; $1,000;
tin 11 4-room cottage. Third avenue
nU. I /,""n. w., $850; cash $50; monthly
Nn I 9 ?,10-room dwelling, bath-room,
ntla 1*3. cellar, store-room, corner lot;
northeast; $1,800; caeh $500; balance, easy pay?
Mn I/- 3story frame dwelling. First ave
I1U l**"""nuen. e.; $400; cash $10; monthly
Nft IH __8-rocm cottage, sewer connection;
JlU. I ?. northeast; $300; cash $10; monthly
Mn I C ??7 room dwelling, morble mantels,
l|U? I D?, hardwood finish, two equarea from
Terry bnlldlng; cost to build, $2,30"; price $1,300;
cash $200; balance $13.60 per month.
Great Bargain in Track Farm.
5AORKS highly improved land, new six room
dwelling, stable and ont-bnlldinge; wiud mill
and reservoir, from which all the land can be
watered; one mile from corporate limits, near
electric car line. Cost $3,500. Price now $1,460.
" Pippin " Apple Land.
i I Q AORBS of nice level land, twenty-flve
I I O acres of It rich bottom; one half the tract
In go ?1 timber. ThKj land lies on Back creek. In
the famous Pippin" apple belt. Twenty-five
large assorted ap le trees. Price $1,160 cash.
This Is a fine Investment.
t3ff~ Also many other desirable farms in this
and adjoining counties
T. W. SPINDLE & CO.,
104 Jefferson Street, Koanoke, V?.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE
New York Stock Market.
New York, Dec. 13.?The stock mar?
ket to day deollned of movement that
has recently characterised the dealings.
There was a point of difference, how?
ever, in the faot that the volume of bus?
iness was not so exclusively in the In?
dustrials as heretofore. The specula?
tive movement was interesting and on
a diversity of influences. Speculation
openod moderately aotive and heavy in
tone. Prices stiffened as initial deal?
ings bnt a sagging tendonoy soon de?
veloped and recessions occurred. The
oloslng was fairly aotive and generally
Oloslng stocks were as follows:
Atohison, 18; Adams Express, 148;
Baltimore and Ohio, 47%; Chesapeake
and Ohio, 173n'; Chicago, Hurlingtoa and
Qulnoy, 833*; OhloagoGaa, 63%; 0. 0; O.
and St. Louis, 40%; Del., Laokawanna
and Western, 160%; Distillers and Cat?
tle Feeders Co., 18%; Erie, 13%; Erie
preferred, ?>%; Great Northern pre?
ferred, 117; Lake Shore, 150%; Lead
Truat, 30 X; Louisville and Nashville,
SIX; National Cordage, OX; National
Oordage preferred, 13; N. J. Central,
100; Norfolk and Western preferred,
9%; Northern Pacific preferred. 14%;
Northweatern, 104; Northweatern pre?
ferred, h7 tf; N. Y. Oentral,99%; N. Y.
and New England, 55; Paolflo Mall,
33; Pullman Palace, 163; Beading,
8%; Book Island, 78%; St. Paul, 74%;
St. Paul and Omaha, 41%; Southern
PaoIQc, 33; Sugar Refinery, 105%;
Union Pacific, 8%; Western Union,
88%; General Electrio, 30; Southern,
10; Southern preferred, 33%; Tobacco,
70%; Tobaooo preferred, 98.
New York Money Market.
New York. Deo. 13.?Money on oall
eaay at 2@3% per oent., laat loan 8%
per oent., closed 2% pur oent; prime mer?
cantile caper 4@5% per oent.; sterling
exchange dull with actual business
in bankers' bills at 4 88%(ic}4 88% for
demand, and email@example.com% for sixty
days. Posted rates 4 88@489 and
firstname.lastname@example.org. Commercial bills 4.87.
Silver certificates 68%@67%. Bar
sliver, 65%. Government bonds steady.
State bonds steady. Railroad bonds
Chicago, Dec. 13.?The speculative
markets were all rather dull to-day and
except in provisions prices closed at a
trifle lower. The latter Improved some?
what on buying, which was ascribed to
the packers. The news oonoernlng
whoat waBln the main bullish.
The leading futures ranged to-day as
Wheat, No. 3?December, opening,
59%, closing, 57'i; January, oponing,
57%, closing, 57%; May, opening,
61%@61%, oloslng, 01.
Corn, No. 3?December, opening,25%,
closing, 25%@25%; January, opening,
26, closing. 2%; May, opening. 28%,
closing. 38%; July, opening, 29%, clos?
Oats No. 3?Deoomber, opening, 17%,
closing, 17%; May, opening, 19%, dos?
Mens pork, per bbl.?December,
opening, 7.65, oloslng, 7.85; January,
opening, 8 35, closing 8.37%; May,
opening, 8.72%, oloslng, 8.75.
Lard, per 100 lbs?December open?
ing, 5.07%, closing, 5.57%; January,
opening, 5 20, closing 5 22%; May,
opening, 5.43, closing, 5.45'
Short ribs, per 100 lbs.?December,
opening, -, closing, 4.23%; January,
opening, 4 20, closing, 4.22; May,
opening, 4.45, closing, 4 45.
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour nominal; hard wheat spring
patents, email@example.com; soft. 3 firstname.lastname@example.org. No.
3 spring wheat, 57%@58%; No 3
spring wheat, 57%@58K; No. 3 rod,61?
63%, No. 3 corn, 25%25%;No. 3 yellow,
20; No. 3 oats, 27; No. 3 white, 19%;
No 3 white, 18; No. 3 rye, 35%; No. 3 1
barley, nominal; No. 3, 32; No. 4,
32@23; No. 1 flaxseed, 94%; prime
timothy seed, 3 60; mess pork per bbl., I
7.75@7 87; lard per 100 lbs., 5 20;
short ribs Sides (luo.se) email@example.com; dry |
Baited shoulders, (boxed) 4%@4%!
Bbort dear sides (boxed), 4%@4%;
whiskey, distillers' finished goods, per
gallon, 1.22; sugars, out loaf, 5.45 gran?
ulated, 4.70; standard A, 4.57.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Deo. 13.?Flour
quiet. Wheat firm; No. 2 red, 68%;
receipts, 3,600; shipments, 5,000. Corn
easier; No. 2 mixed. 29. Oata firm;
No. 3 mixed, 20%fi&31. Rye qniet;
No. 3, 43. Lard easy, 5 10. Bulk meats,
steady, 4.50. Bacon fair demand, 5.50.
Whiskey steady; sales 517 barrels at
1.32. Butter steady. Sugar firm. Eggs
firm, 18o. Cheese steady.
It la both a convenience and eoonomy
to be able to supply all of your wants
In one house, and you can get any
article in the house-furnishing line that
you wish and at rook-bottom prices at
The E. H. Stewart Furnituro Company,
The Roanoke Cyole Company have
some fine bargains in second-hand bicy?
cles, and are oloaing them out at rock
bottom prices, 835 and 830. Don't miss
thia ohanoe to get a bargain. 108 Salem
avenue b. w.
A. E. Eilpatrick, of Film ore, Cal.,
lad the misfortune to have his leg
laught between a cart and a stone and
sadly brulaed. Ordinarily he would*
iave been laid up for two or three
weeka, hut aaya: "After using one bot
tie of Ohamberlain'a Pain Balm I be?
gan to feel better and in three days was
entirely well. The peculiar soothing
qualities which Chamberlain's Pain
Balm possesses I have never noticed in
any other liniment I take pleasure in
recommending it." This liniment is
also of great value for rheumatism and
lame bank For sale by The Chas.
Lyle Drug Company.
All of W. K. Andrews & Co.'a teams
are belled. If you want the best coal
and wood in the olty and want It de?
livered promptly buy of them.
The popularity of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and the high esteem in
which it is held leads us to believe it to
be an article of great worth and merit.
We bave tho pleasure of giving the ex?
perience of three prominent citizens of
Bedondo Beach, Cal., in the use of the
remedy. Mr. A. V. Trudeil aays: "I
have always received prompt relief
when I used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy." Mr. James Orobard says: "I
am satlfled that Cbamberlaln'a Cough
Bemedy oured my cold." Mr. J M.
Hatcher says: "For three yeara I have
used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In
my family and its reaulta have always
I been satisfactory " For aale by The
I Chaa. Lyle Drug Company.
for Infants and Children.
HIRTY ggnrV observation of Castor!it with the patronage of
millions of penon?, permit n? to ape ah: of tt without guessing.
It Is nnquestlonahly tho boat remedy for Infant? and Children
''the world has ever known. It is. harmless. Children like It. It
gives them health. It will save their lives. In It Mothers have
?OMjgttjgfl whloh Is absolutely safe and practically perfoot as a
Castorla- destroys 'Worms.
Castorla allays Foverishneas. <~ ?
Castorla prevents vomiting Sonr Curd.
Castorla cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic.
Castorla relieves Teething Troubles.
Castorla cures Constipation and Flatulency.
Castoria neutralises tho effects of oarhonlo acid gas or polsoncns air.
Castorla does not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotlo property.
Castorla aselmllatos the food, regulates tho stomaoh and bowel?,
giving healthy and natural sloop.
Castorla Is pnt np In one-slao bottles only. It Is not sold in bulk.
Poa't allow any one to sell yon anything else on tho plea or promise
that It is "just as good" and "will auiworovury purpose."
See that you p-et C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Is on every
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castoria.
Holiday Goods Are Here
For onr Christmas trade this year we offer yon somo valuable presents, such as Flno Kockers
Banquet Lamps, Stiver Plated Tea Sets, English Dinner Sets, Fine China Decorated Tea Sets Art
Squares. Ladles Desks, and^a tbonsund other articles that are really cheup. Elegant Dicturo Irunics
worth $3. this weok tor only $1. with World's Fair view thrown Inf " ?"tluIU
Don't bay trashy toys for Christmas presents when you can get Buch valuable articles as we are
offering this year for so little money, at
"WOBZIMAIT ?Sc GO'S
BARGAIN *** FURNITURE ?
NO. SO SALEM AVENUE.
Do Theia Qo6StloD8 Appjy to Yon?
They are eure to interest hundreds of
renders of this paper. Nine out of overy
ten people are troubled with these
symptoms, and really don't know what's
the matter with them. Here are the
Are you nervous?
Have you a cough?
Is your throat sore?
Is jour appetite poor?
Do you hawk and spit?
Is sour noso stopped up?
Ia it always full of soabs?
Is your breath offensive?
Is your hearing affected?
Ia your tongue frequently coated?
Ia your mouth full of alime upon
j It you have, you have, or are getting,
a bad oaae of catarrh One bottle of
Mayers' Magnetic Catarrh Cure is guar?
anteed to oure any case of catarrh, and
will laat for three months' treatment
Ask your druggiat for it. Ho will give
yon an abaolute guarantee. For aale by
druggiata. Remember, one bottle to
cure, and guaranteed by our agents.
H. 0. Owena, United States Bxpress j
agent, Orafton, W. Va., writes the fol?
"Your Mayers' Magnetic Catarrh Cure
haa ho equal as a treatment for oatarrh
and frontal headache. Tried every
medicine on the market, but without
any success until I tried yours."
For aale at Massle's Pharmacy.
Look out for the belied teama. First
class Pooahontas nut or lump ooal de?
livered promptly by W. K. Andrews &.
Co., 210 Salem avenuo.
Ho. 11 Jefferson St., RQAHOKK, Vfi.
My lloe of Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Carving Knives and Forks, Shears,
Scissors, Razors, eto, cannot he
equalled in this town for beauty
and quality. I bank especially on
quality. Prices very reasonable. A
full line of Hardware, Paints, Oil,
GlaBs, etc. Pine and Flttinfts- Min?
ers' Supplies, eto., always in stock.
IW. BBOWlfs HarQware,
No. 11 Jefferson at., KOANOKR, VA.
? rht.-hc.tcr'? Knull?h Diamond Ilronit.
Original and Only Ucnulne
n?fe, always r.llabl?. uoii. *>i
Dru?lit for ChtcheHtr'* Kngliih J'lu A
monS Brand In Kcd aod OM nietallU\
bnu, .ratal with blu. rlhhon. Take
no other. Rrfu?eJangtrovt luhititu
lion, and (miration.. At DruMi.it, or wad 4r.
la .urop. for particular., ttttliooalal. and
"Keller for I.adleV <"'<t ?r, by return
Mall. IO.O00 TV.Um.nlal.. .Vu?i? faper.
Losa) L'riuultu. l'ltlluila., fit.
Lessons in ladies' Fancy Work.
Les'ons in FANCY WORK. CROCHET,
RMBROIDERINO, KNITTING and
FLOW Ell-ma KINO. Classes tor children
444 Eighth Ave. 8. W., Cor. Park St.
"HE THAT WORKS EASILY, WORKS
SUCCESSFULLY." CLEAN HOUSE WITH
The Tide In the Affairs of Roanoke Haa
Turned?Prosperity Is at Hand?Real
Estate Can Mow be Bought at Prices
Unit Will Bring the Judlcloua In?
vestor Splendid Return* Within tho
Next Two Years?The Opportunity
May Not Lust Long-Embrace It
While Ton Can.
READ ?!cia?*- BARGAINS:
No. 1?Four-story brick reflldence, with 9b
rooms, on Wells avenno n. e.; lot 60x160 feet, to
an alley; stable In rear ot lot with eight stall*:
cost ot btilldlng. residence and stable about
84.C0O. Price of whole property, (3,360; ?300
cash, balance on time.
No. 2?Two story solid brick business house on
8alem avenue, between JefTorson street and tho
market; size ot lot, 34Xx87X feet; apper portion
ot the building nicely fitted np with S rooms lor
residence; good oollars under the store. PrlceoC
bouse and lot, 80,000. This is the best business
portion ot the city and will pay a handsome per
cent, on the investment In the latnre.
No. b?Corner lot in West End Boulevard.
60x160 twti to an alloy; (11,000 residence In front
ot this lot; sold for (3,&U) in 1890. Price ot tot
now, (400. all cash.
No. 4? Largo residence on Campbell avenue.
No. 10S9. Price (2,336; all cash, or $338 cash, and
balance on tlmo This boose has 10 rooms and
all conveniences and large stable in rear ot lot.
No. 5? Business lot on sonth sldo of Campbell
avenue, between Commerces and Henry streets;
size 36 feet front and running back to an alley;
sold for ?8,000 in 1S91. Price now ?1 .750, all cash.
No. 6? Nice four-room cottage on Sixth avenue
a. o.; lot 30x100 feet, to an alley; coat $500 to
build the home; rented oat now to a prompt-pay?
ing tenant, paying f-r> per month. Price ot house
and lot, ?380, all cash; or (500, (60 cash and ?9
No. 7?Business lot on Luck street, between
Bcnry and Commorcc; size 30x105 feet to an
alley; sold for (3,000 In 1890. Prloe now (600; aU
No. 8?Eight-room residence on Franklin road,
near Tenth avenue e. w ; house In good order
with all conveniences; lot 33 feet front, 114 feet
deep, 67 feet wide at back part; property sold for
(4,600 in 1890. Price of house and lot now (3,300;
(150 cash and (30 per month, with interest.
No. 9?Nice 7-room houeo and lot, and vacant
lot adjoining, on Illinois avenue, Salem, Vs.; best
residence portion of tho city. Price ot whole
(900; (100 cash, (15 per month, with interest.
Property cost over (3,000.
No. 10?Three-stc ry brick business house 'on
Campbell avenue, woBt ot Jefferson street, occu?
pied by Thompson & Meadows; slue of lot, 36x100
feot; the whole ot tho two upper stories well ar?
ranged and cut up Into ofllces. The property will
rent for about (1,300 per annum. Price (13,000;
(3,000 cash and balance (3,0U0 per year, with in?
No. 11?Five-room two-story house on Holll
day street s. e.; lot 60x130 feot; fronts on both
HolUday street and Boanoke and Southern rail?
road. This proporty sold for (5,000 in 1S90. Price
of house and lot now (800; (160 cash and (15 pec
mouth, with Interest.
No. 13?Adoslrable residence on Church street,
near Park street; corner lot. 40x170 feet, to an
alley. Price of bouse aud lot now, (3,760; (750
ca>h, balance on time.
No. 13?Six-room residence on Fifth avenue n.
w.; lot runs through from Fifth to Fourth ave?
nue; two fronts; house cost about (750 to build it.
Price ot house and both lots now (660; (50 cash
and (10per month, with interest.
No. 14?Nine-room Uneon Anne house on Brook
street n. o.; corner lot, 50x100 feot; house In
good condition; contract price ot house (1,600.
Price ot house and lot now (1,950; (150 cash and
(16 per month, with interest.
No. IB?Seven-room 3 story residence on Sev?
enth avenns; lot;33xl30 feet, to an alley. Price
of bouse and lot now (1,460; (100 cash, balance (30
per month. Iloase cost over (1,600 to build it.
J. W. B?S WELL,
Real Estate and Rental Agent.
Mooinaw Building, Jefferson St.,
WK are too bnsy to write a long **ad" and will
Just mention a few "UOOD things."
A SNAP?3-room house in best location in
southwest, near Jefferson street, lot70feot front,
all con von leu er?. Wo Just got this to-day. Conic
aud sue ue at once.
Large 10 room house and basement near tho
ofllces. Price (1,650; (300 cash, balance (20 per
month. Bents for (19 per month.
A dandy little fl-roomliouee on corner lot, 50x
13U feet, in southwest part of the town. Price
(l.lfaO; (160 cash, balance (10 per month.
Jefferson street dwelling near the Episcopal
Church, all conveniences. Price (3,500.
Flno8room house on Seventh avenue s. w.,
bath, hot and cold water, large lot and stable.
Price (3,060; on easy terms.
Nice 6-room house, convenient to tho shops'.
Price (800; (60 cash, balance (10 per month.
Write for our Hat of farms for sale.
ty List your property with us for sale.
J. F. WIN6FIELD,
Beal Estate, Insurance and Itental Agent,
810 oommkkck ST.
i will skix a.
(new) for vory little more than most dealers
charge tor Pianos having no reputation.
Write for catalogues add prices to
PUTNAM'S MUSIC STORE,
Do You Want Full Value for Your
IF SO, BUY YOUR
HARNESS, HORSE 81ANKETS,
ROBES, &c , &c,
YOST - FORBES CO.,
' Next Door to Postoffice.