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CHRIS niAH TIMES.
What the Loading Stores of Roanoke Are
Tbo time is now with us when we
must make our selection for Christmas
remembrances to these we love. Tho
merchants of Roanoke were never hotter
prepared to satisfy the wishes of our
readers, and below we give Information
in brief form, with a hearty recommen?
dation of our advertisers, who are, with?
out question, the loaders in their par?
A Vine Display.
No firm in Roanoke stands higher
than that of The E. H. Stewart Furni?
ture Company. For the quality of goods
they handle and the uniformly low
prices at which they sell, they have i
gained an enviable reputation. Their
immonse store contains an avalanche of
things just suited for Christmas pres
ents. Pictures, lamps, fine ohlnawaro
and furniture in immonse varieties. It
will pay you to look over their stock
before purchasing your holiday presents.
J, E. Roger*. General Agent Stleff Piano,
104 H. Jefferson Street,
Calls your attention to the following:
The origin of the Steift Piano dates
baokfifty-flvo years. It boars a roputa- j
tion envied by every competing piano,
especially in tho South, where it is so
well known and appreciated. The now
styles just out are unique, artistic in j
design and finish, tho tone Is tho
sweetest and most sympathetic. laves
tigate tho merits of the Stoiff before
buying a piano. If you do not find
these to be the best and cheapest In
Roanoke according to quality tbo in?
vestigation will enlighten you and aid
you in selecting elsowhetro. Your In?
vestment is no trifle and you want value
for your money; then got something that
has been before our Virginia people a
half century. The public is invited to
examine the new stylos just received.
Terms liberal, prices low. Utve also a
nice lino of Packard Organs.
J. F. Harp, 107 Jefferson St ,
Is deservedly the most popular con?
fectioner in Roanoke as Is ovlnood by
the flattering trade he has onjoyod dur?
ing tho past year, and now that the
Christmas holidays aro approaching,tho
people are taking advantage of his large
stock of fireworks, candles and fruits of
all kinds at low prices. Mr. Earp's suc?
cess and popularity aro due to bis uni?
form courtesy to all and goods at low
prices to suit the trade. If you wish to
make a nlco present got from Earp a
box of candy or basket of fruit, or some
fireworks to mako things lively.
Reynolds Clgnr Company.
They are tho makers of tho justly
famous "N. & W." cigars, which seem
to be the hit of the day. The various
brands that they turn out are uni?
formly good, and this is what oan be
said of very few of tho brands with
which the market is flooded by outside
manufacturers. Patronize home in?
dustry, and smoke the "N. <fc W." and
other brands manufactured, by the
Reynolds Cigar Company.
Palais Kojral, 101 "nicm avenue.
This progressive house offerB a fine
array of things to please the feminine
eye and heart. They offer a most sur?
prising number of bargains, tho low
prices of which will appeal strongly to
the man of moderate means. Special
prices prevail hero, and money can be
saved by dealing with.them. You could
give no more useful preeent than one of
the very fine cloaks or capos that this
reliable house is now offering at vory
W. K. Andrew? St Co.
"There Is music In tho air." The
boiled toams of this house aro heard all
over town. Rut tbev never have too much
business to bandlo and they make a
specialty of delivering the coal that)you
order and delivering it whon promised.
They nover go back on their word. Do
you want any better recommendation
than that for a coal dealer?
ClirUtlan-llaruoo Drug Ca.
At Christian-Barben drug storo you
can find a very choice lineof fanoy goods
and toilet articles. If you want to please
your husband go there and buy bim a
box of cigars, of which they handle a
most complete lino. Thoy are also
neadquartera for fine flowora. Bettor
glvo them an order to decorato your
Christmas dinner table.
T. XV. Spindle * Co.
The senior member of this firm needs
no Introduction. What bo says in bis
large advt>rtluomont in another column
can be depended upon aB facts. His
bargain lint at present is very large.
Thoy seem to make a specialty of bunt?
ing up bargains and can be relied upon
to get tho nest soaps in town property
and farms. Better see them at once.
Consolidated Cigar Company.
"Major's Seal" cigar has pretty nearly
become a household word in Roanoke,
and lovers of the weed have become
very mucJi in love with this brand of
clgara. They are a first-class smoke
for a nlokle, and will suit the tastes of
the most fasttdkus. The goods of the
Consolidated Olgar Company are handled
very extensively in Roanoke. La Flor
do Hotel Roanoke leads all 10 cents
Gllkeson & Child.
Probably tho finest line of neckwear
in this city Is caroled by this enterpris?
ing bouse. They are progressive and
energetic men who comprise this firm?
thoroughly up-to-date in their ideas
and In their stock. You could not please
the man of the house better or make a
more judicious purchase than going to
this store and investing in some of their
fashionable neckwear for tho male mem?
bers of the family. Everything the man
of to day desires in wearing apparel can
bo found here.
Koanoke Cycle Company.
This is an age of wheels. You will
make no mistake in buying one for a
Christmas present for anyone, for no
matter what tho sex of the person will
be, he or she will certainly appreciate
and use one of tho fine bicycles now
handled by the Roanoko Cycle Com?
pany. You couldn't glvo a moro useful
present. And the Cycle Company will
treat you right.
\v. w Workman A Co.
Have mado special preparation for
the Christmas trade An inspootion of
their largo steck will doubtless make
many purchasers. Both the prices and
terms aro reasonable and no one could
find fault with the quality of tho goods.
Mr. Workman's reputation forfait deal?
ing is well known throughout the entire
State. Their display of holiday goods
will bear Inspection.
Here oan be found a large variety of
desirable toings for Christmas. They
have an unusually fine stock of table
cutlery and the many useful and desira?
ble things which a good housekeeper so
highly prize. You will make no mis?
take by giving them a call before seleot
lag your llae of CbriBtmas presents, and
remember that a useful present is tbe
moro acceptable. RogorB* plated ware
and carvers aro some of their special?
A young but progressive firm. Tbey
aro doing business in an up-to-date
manner, and you will be Bure of oour
teouB treatment. Oo and talk to them
and tbey will tell you lots about Roa?
noko real estate that you never knew
?before, and will give you lrreslstable
figures on very desirable property, See
Engleby Bro. & Oo.
There is no more oomploto stook In
Roanoke to day than that carried by
Engleby Bro. & Co. Tbey have a be
wilderlng display of everything usually
carried In their line. What they sell
can be depended upon as first-class in
every particular, whloh is a very im?
portant requisite in so important a mat?
ter as stoves and all that pertains to
heating a house properly.
Cincinnati Installment Co.
The display of elegant holiday goods
at this reliable house is pleasing to lock
upon. Readers of The Times should not
fall to Bee them before purchasing their
many Xmas proHonta, besides their
goods are all sold at reasonable prices.
They have a large lot of bamboo easels.
Don't fall to drop in at their large store?
room, corner of Salem avenuo and Com?
merce street before buying.
The Koanoke Shoe Company.
This house is composed of reliable,
trustworthy Virginia gentlemen, well
known for fair dealings, are entirely
reliable and trustworthy. With large ex?
perience, ample means, they buy from
manufacturers,and aro In position at all
times to hand over great values. This
week they offer special inducements.
Youoould not do batter than to patron?
ize this house.
Tho Palace Market.
You couldn't very well spend a happy
Christmas unless you had a good dinner
for the hom'cfolks. For everything
n'ceBsary for the occason tho Palace
Market, Mrs. W. C. Overby, corner
Henry street and Campbell avenue,
offers a moat tempting stock to select
from. Everything is fresh, appetising
and low in price. Olvo her your order
for your Christmas dinner and you will
have a good one.
The Harrison Jewelry Company.
M. Harrison, the mnnager of the
Harrison Jewelry Company, is the only
jeweler who can boast of being olght
years in Roanoke and retaining the con?
fidence of the people of our olty. At
his present quarters, No. 7 Salem ave?
nue, you will find a good and well se?
lected stock of articles oarrled in a first
olass jewelry store. He handles only
first-class goods and sells them at the
lowest possible prices. For the holidays
he has suitable articles for gifts, which
will gladden any woman's or man's
heart. Oall and inspect his stock.
At Markeley'n Market.
At Markeloy'h market on West Sa?
lem avenue you should Bee the fine
display of elegant meats and dressed
fowls. Yon can get everything here
you want for your olegant Xmas dinner.
Tho very finest of overytnlng at the
lowest prlcas; He has decorated his
place In a lovely manner and those
dressed pigs look fine. Ho is expecting
bear and deer meats to-day. Drop
around before purchasing your Christ
Henry 8oholz* Ooneordla.
The Concordia Saloon, at No. 10
Salem avenue, east, with its spacious
rooms, is the most elegant establish?
ment of its kind In the city. 11 uro we
find that German lunches aro served all
during the day and the polite attend?
ants aro ready and anxious to pleaao.
Henry Scholz, the proprietor, knows
how to please his hundreds of cus?
tomers. Roxbury Ryo Is one of his
special brands of whiskey that is taking
the day. This is a good placo to get
your Christmas drinks.
O. K. Wert /.'a Grocery.
At this old and reliable house you
will find a choice and well-selected
stock of groceries of every doEcrlption.
They are strictly fresh, and, as Mr.
Weriz remarked, will be sold at prices
to compete with any establishment in
tbe city. A fine display of honey is
shown in the window of this store,
which you should not fall to see. Mr.
Wertz has b- on In business here for six
teen years, and is favorably known to
A Deserving Institution.
Tbe city of Roanoke is noted for the
high character of Its public and private
institutions of learning, but among
those deserving special mention is the
National Business College, which is
oomposed of a faculty of young men and
women, who Are doing a grand work In
preparing their students for tbe re?
sponsible duties of life. They take the
ordinary public school pupil and In a
few months graduate him in a general
business course. They have been
eminently successful in placing their
graduates In paying positions. This is
is an institution in which our city
should be proud.
Donaldson's Furniture St oro.
This old established house on West
Salem avenue presented a busy scene
yesterday. Tbe Christmas novelties dis?
played are of especial Interest and tbe
decorations are among the most attract?
ive in the city. If you want an elegant
present for your wife buy her one of
Donaldson's fine parlor suites. The win?
dow displays are worth making a special
visit to see. His prices are reasonable.
Ijtnd's Toy House.
The toy houso and racket store of C.
W. Lind, at 31 Salem avenue, is the
oldest establishment of its character in
the olty, having been established in
1885, ten years ago. His place is gen?
eral headquarters for Xmas specialties
of every description. You will find his
goods reliable and prices are mado to
suit the times. Tho clerks aro kept
busy waiting on the public See his dol?
lar Iron axle wagons before purchasing.
At Hobble's Music Store.
The warerooms of the Hobble Music
Co. are well-filled with the choicest
musical instruments, and a moro ole?
gant gift could not be selected than one
of their choice pianos. The question of
paying for one should not be made an
issue, for every one is perfectly familiar
with the fact Mr. Hobble Is putting out
the finest instruments at factory prices,
on easy payments, without Interest
Tnls house has an established reputa?
tion for fair dealing, and you should not
hesitate to glvo them a call If you con?
template purchasing an instrument.
At Watt, Rettew & Clay's.
Messrs. Watt, Rettew <fc Clay's largo
dry goods establishment presented one j
of tbe busiest soenes of the evening. i
All hands wero busy waiting on the ?
many customers who wero cons-anly
coming and going. The windows were
attractively arranged and received
more than a passing notice. This Is one
of the largest and most reliable firms
in the city.
At HoiihV Variety .Store.
A representative of Tub Times, in
wandering through the store of J. O.
Hobbs, at 114 Salem avenuo, was oa
oeolftlly impressed with the nice line of
Xmas goods to be soon Tho novelties
In tbe way of fine albums, pictures,
sdlumlnum goods, handsome" Christmas
cards, tanoyg old and fountain pens and
amusing games are numerous, and tho
prices are reasonable. In the selection
of your presents this is a good stock to
Catognl'a Xmas Stock.
The stock of xmas goods at the threo
stores of this old and reliable firm is
the greatest of any In the city in their
line. The clorloal forces have been in?
creased in ouch store and they are kept
busy opening and placing in position
new goods until midnight each day. A
reporter In wandering through their
a torea were surprised to see the amount
of new goods being opened. Mixed
nuts and candies displayed by tons.
At Hassle's Pharmacy.
At this favorite drug store the window
display of elegant goods, consisting of
toilet c&sob of every description and at
all prices greeted the sight of The
Times reporter, beside innumerable
other articles from which selections
might be made to suit the taste of the
most fastidious. On the inside a large
and handsome display of Huyler'8
candles, pipes and traveling cases will
be found from which to select a pres?
ent for your frlonda. Times readors
should sco those goods.
Elegant Jewelry for Presents.
The elegant display of fine iewelry in
the front window of Edward S. Green's
is but a slight introduction to the
magnificent line to be found on the
inside. This establishment was visited
last night by a representative of Tub
Times Ho found tbe accommodating
clerks busy as bees attandlng the wants
of tho many customers. The lino of
goods displayed in this establishment Is
handled exclusively by this reliable
firm and cannot be duplicated elsewhere
in tho city. They aro putting out many
elegant articles to be used as prosents.
You should investigate their stock of
Auctioning Holiday Goods.
Tub Times reporter on his rounds
dropped Into tho store of the Solomon
Jewelry Company, and found that the
entire steck is being Bold at public auc?
tion without resorve. Elegant silver?
ware, rings, diamonds aud watches are
going at unheard of prices. The goods
sold are. guaranteed by Mr. Solomon to
be as represented. He is well and fav?
orably known to the people of Roanoke.
There 1b some excellent material to be
found here in the way of Xmas gifts.
The clothing store of the old and re?
liable firm of Meals & Burke was visited
yesterday by a reporter of The Times.
Their store presents an inviting appear?
ance, tilled with new goods as it is. It
is well Btocked with the latest styles
and their line of ties and kid gloves Is
unexcelled in the city. This firm can
furnish you with an outfit good enough
for a king and their prices are reliable
as well as their goods.
a Popular Besort.
As Christmas draws near and the
entire city is putting on holiday
attire Catognl's restaurant, with its
usual enterprise, is not left in the back?
ground. From the front window dis?
play one would be led to believe that
within could be found everything
needed and desired to rofroBh tbe inner
man. Great preparations are being
made by tho manager to furnish his
patrons with regular holiday meals,
served In the very latest style. The
polite waiters at this famous resort look
well to the comfort of tho patrons.
a lieantifal Display.
The beautiful display of holiday
goods to be seen in the windows of the
dry goods firm of RoBenbaum Bros., was
the object of much admiration by sight?
seers and shoppers yesterday. Tho
stock is arranged in a most attractive
stylo and consists of a class of goods
that is especially adapted for tbe holi?
day trade. The most fastidious can be
suited in purchasing this class of goods
at this old and reliable establishment.
Jost at Random.
Six room house on Park street, 8500
cash. Cottage, four rooms, on Second
avenue s. w , ?550 cash. Two-story six
room house on Center street, 8800; easy
payments. Two special bargains in
fine residence property. J. F. Wing
field, real estate and Insurance agent,
210 Commerce street.
F. W. Brown's Hardware.
At this old and reliable house you will
find a complete line of Rogers and other
brands of pocket and table cutlery, any
of which would make an acceptable and
useful present. A special line of
skates la carried in stock. The cele?
brated Torry razors and strops are
Tbe Roanoke Cycle Company have
some fine bargains in second-hand bicy?
cles, and are closing them out at rock
bottom prices, 885 and 830. Don't miss
this chance to get a bargain. 108 Salem
avenue s. w._
StItb op Ohio, Citt < r Toledo, I ,
Lucas County. f
Frank J. Cheney makeB oath that be Is tbe
senior partner of tho Arm of f. J. Cheney SS Co .
doing business io the City of Toledo, County and
Stnte aforesaid, and that said firm will pay tbe
enm of ONU HUNDRED DOLLARS for each aud
every caso of Catarrh that cannot be cured by
tno use of Hall's Catahbh Cuns.
fkank j. chbnby.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In my pres
eencc, this loth day of December, A. D., 18S6.
) A. W. Olbason,
seal > Notary 1'ubllc.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally and acts
directly on the blood and muscus enrtaccs of tbe
system. Send (or testimonials, free.
F. J. Ciibnny A Co., Tolodo, O.
CSTSold by Drngglsts. 75c
Call and Bee our largo and beauti?
ful li"e of lamps, onyx tables and bric
a-brac The E. U. Stewart Furniture
Look out for the belled teams.. First
class Hocabontas nut or lump coal de?
livered promptly by W. K. Andrews &
Co., 210 Salem avenue.
Listen for the belled teams. They
will deliver you Pooahontas, Rusaell
Creek, Thacker, Banner, Brush Moun?
tain, Anthracite, and the soml bitumi?
nous "Red Ash" coal; also crushed ooke
and wood. W. K. Andrews & Co , 319
FINANCE AND COMMERCE 1
Now York Stock Harkot.
New York, Dec. 23.?The all-impor?
tant concern afLiotlng tho atook market
was the decision arrived at by the
clearing houso committee at a meeting
on Sunday, at which the house of Pres?
ident Tappln, of the Gallltan National
Bank, oabled its minister In London to
recommend that an Issue of clearing
bouse loancert.Qcatos be made at once
if necessary. There Is exoellent author?
ity for the bellof that this action turned
tho sontlmont In London to the bull
side of our securities and Incidentally
stemmed the tide here. The day's oper?
ations exhibited a deolded and whole?
some contrast to the panlo of Friday
and Saturday. Tho main interest at
opening was logic illy concentrated la
the London prices for our securities.
The market again took a decided turn
upward, a feature being the execution
of an unusually large amount of small
investment orders for cash purchasers
Closing Stocka were as follows:
Atohison, 13%; Adams Express, 145;
Baltimore and Ohio, 42; Chesapeake
and Ohio', 14 %; Chicago, Burlington and
Qulncy, 74%; ChloagoGas, 03%; 0. 0. C.
and St. Lou in, 34; Del., Lack a wann a
and Western, 161; Distillers and Cat?
tle Feeders Co., 14%; Erie, 14.Si; Erie
preferred, 21; Great Northern pro?
ferred, 110; Lake Shore, 142; Lead
Trust, 23; LoulBvllle and- Nashville,
43%; Nattonal Cordage, 5%; National
Cordage preferred, 9%; N. J. Central,
09; Norfolk and Western preferred,
7; Northern Pacific preferred, 12%;
Northwestern, 96; Northwestern pre?
ferred, 140; N. Y. Central, 96; N. Y.
and New England, 40; Pacific Mall,
2h%; Pullman Palaoo, 156; Reading,
6%; Rock Island, G>; St. Paul, .64%;
St. Paul and Omaha, 34%; Southern
Pacific, 19; Sugar Reflnory, 90%;
Union Pacific, 5%; Western Union,
85)1; Goneral Electric, 25; Southern,
8%; Southern preferred, 25%; Tobacco,
73%; Tobacco preferred, 94%.
New York Money Market.
New York. D*o. 23.?Money on call
at 3 per cent., last loan 3.per cent.,
closed 3 per cent; prime mercantile
paper 4%@5% per cent.; sterling
exchange firm with actual business in
bankers' bills at 4 8S@4 88% for
demand, and 4.8'JH for Bixty days.
Posted rates 4 8Semail@example.com and 4 30@
4.90%. Commercial bills, 4.98 Silver
certificates 60%@67. Bar silver, 66%.
Government bonds weak, 1@1% per
cent, lower, owing to a belief in new
government loan. State bonds quiet.
Railroad bonds strong.
Chicago, Dec. 23.?The wheat mar?
ket was in a fitful mood to-day and had
two radical changes in its temper. It
opened strong, then becamo very weak,
but wound up by getting in a more
pronouncedly strong state of feeling
than it started with. Corn, oats and
provisions all showed resistence to any
further decline, principally because of
a confident expectation that Congress
would take prompt action to Insure re?
lief to the unsatisfactory condition of
The leading futures ranged to-day as
Wheat, No. 2?December, opening,
55%, closing, 54%; January, opening,
55%, closing, 65; May, opening, 58,
Corn, No. 2?December, opening, 25%,
cloBlng, 25%; January, opening, 25%;
closing, 25%; May, opening, 28%.
closing, 23; July, opening, 29, closing?
Oats No. 2?December, opening, 16%,
closing, 16%; May, opening, 119%,
Mess pork, per bbl.?December,
opening, 7.47%, closing, 7-65; Jan?
uary, opening, 8.47%, closing 8 52%;
May, opening, 8.85, dosing, 8 S7%.
Lard, per 100 lbs?December open?
ing, -, closing, 5.29; January,
opening, 5 25, closing 5 27%; May,
opening, 5.47%, closing, 5.47%.
Short ribs, per 100 lbs?Decomber,
opening,-.closing, 4.32%; January,
opening, 4 22%, closing, 4.22%; May,
opening, 4.47%, closing, 4 47%.
Cash quotations wero as follows:
Flour quiet and steady; patonts,
firstname.lastname@example.org; soft, 3.10(^3.30. No. 2 spring
wheat, 54%@55; No 3 spring wheat,
54@54%;No 2redG0@00%, No. 8 corn,
25%(325%; No. 2 yellow, 26; No. 2 oats,
17; No. 2 white, 19@20; No. 3 white,
17%; No. 3 rye, 33; No. 2 barley,
nominal; No. 3, 25%@30; No. 4, 21%@
24; No. 1 flaxseod, 92%; prime timothy
seed, 3 45633 50; mess pork per bbl.,
7.75@8 00; lard per 100 lbs., 5.25?
5.27%; short ribs sides (loose) 4.25@
4.30; dry salted shoulders, (boxed) 4%@
4%; short clear sides (boxed), 4%@4%;
whiskey, distillers' finished goods, per
gallon, 1.22; sugars, cut loaf, 5.45;
granulated, 4.70; standard A,4.57.
Cincinnati Produce Market.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Deo. 23.?Flour
quiet; family, 2.55@2 80; fancy, 3.U0?
3 15 Wheat dull; No. a red, 64;
reaeipts, 7,503; shipments. 6.500. Corn
quiet; No. 2 mixed, 27. Oats mcderato
demand; No. 2 mixed, 20%. Rye dull;
No. 2, 40. Lard quiet. 5 15. Bulk
meats, steady, 4.37%. Bacon steady,
5 38%. Whiskey, quiet; sales 563 bar?
rels at 122. Butter steady, Elgin
creamery. 28; Ohio, 2J(?24; dairy, 10?
11 Sugnr steady; hard refined. 3%@5%.
Eggs easy, 16%- Oheese steady; good
to prime Ohio flat, 9%@10.
The Ideal Panacea.
.Taui-:s L. Francis, Alderman, Chicago,
says: "I regard Dr. King's New Dis?
covery as an Ideal Panacea for Coughs,
Colds and Lung Complaints, having used
it in my family for the last five years,
to the exclusion of physician's prescrip?
tions or other preparations."
Rev. John Burgus, Keokuk, Iowa,
writes: "I have b- on a minister of the
Methodist Episcopal Church for 50 years
or more, and have nover found anything
so beneficial, or that gave mo such
speedy relief as Dr King's New Dis?
covery." Try thi ? Ideal Cough Remedy
now. Trial bottles free at Massle's
Pharmacy, 109 Jefferson street.
The popularity of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy and the high esteem in
which it is held loads us to believe it to
bo an article of groat worth and merit.
We have the pleasure of giving tho ex?
perience of throe prominent citizens of
Redondo Beach, C.I., In the use of tbe
remedy. Mr. A. V. Trudoll sajs: "I
have always received prompt relief
when I used Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy." Mr. James Orchard says: "I
am aatified that Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy cured my cold." Mr. J. .M.
Hatcher says: "For three years I have
used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in
my family and its results have always
been satisfactory." For sale by The
Cbas. Lylo Drug Company.
often prevents tlioughtful housekeepers
from adopting improvements which
they very well know would add to
their comfort and save their strength.
No such obstacle however, stauds
in the way of the use of
the modem cleaner, which is a blessing to any home. It helps keep
house by keeping the house cleaner. It is not only the best preparation
of the kiucl. but >t is also by far the cheapest?large packages cost ouly
25 cents. Get a package, to-day. Be sure it is the genuine. Look for
the darkey twins?the trade mark of the sole manufacturers?
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS, NEW YORK, BOSTON, PHILADELPHIA.
Holiday Goods Are Here.
For our Christmas trade this year we offer yon some valuable presents, snch as Fine Rockers
Banquet Lamps, BUver l'lated Tea Sets, Eujjllsh Dinner Sets, Flno Uhlna Decoratod Yea Seta, Art
Squares, Ladloe' Desks, nnd;a thousand other articles that are really cheap. Elegant picture frames,
worth $3, this week for only ft, with World's Fair view thrown In.
Don't hoy trashy toys for Chrletmas presents when you can get euch valuable articles as we are
offering this year for so llttlo money, at
"W- T77\ T7^7"O^I2I^E-A-3^r ?z GO'S
BARGAIN .% FURNITURE ??? HOUSE,
NO. 5SO SALEM AVENUE.
THE WORLD-RENOWNED REMEDY
For Cuts, Burns/ bruises, Sores.
Colds, Catarrh and ALL PAIN.
VONIV 8 EXTRACT ia higMV reoommended by pliyalclann as >trt
ANTISEFTIV; bcitta non-pU3onoua, tf can bo used aa Jfeettj as desired.
" GENUINE CURES. ISVJ3T?TIOR2S DO WOT.
To THE PISO COMPANY,
for it alone
Bellwood, Neb., Apr. 13,1895.
When Baby was slclc, wo gave her Castorta.
When she was a Child, she cried for t'astoria.
When s:io became Miss, tOio clung to Castoria*
When sho ha.l Children, sho govo them Ciutorla.
NO. 810 SOUTH JEFFERSON ST.
S. W., 10-room brick house. Cel
j lar, attic and bath room, lu good re
| pair. Price $25 per mouth.
NO. 511 ELM AVENUE ?. W~.,
9-rooiu house, with modern con?
veniences. Cellar ami stable. Good
neighborhood. Price $15 per mouth.
NO. 435 MOUNTAIN AVENUE
8. W., G-rooru house. Room for
servant attached ; also stable iu good
repair; Price $10 per month.
NO. 1420 CHAPMAN AVENUE
S. W., 7-room house with modern
conveniences. Trice $11.25 per month.
TTAVB STORES POlt RENT;
also bargains in sale of Ksal
See Us Before
Buying or Renting.
T, E. B. HARTSOOK & CO..
Roanoke Shoe Manufacturing Co.
-?5 SAI.KM AVENTJK
|af~All Kinds of Boots and Shoes Hade and
Repaired. All Orders Punctually Attended to.
1>. HOROAN Manager.
Factory Over Carr's liottllng Works.