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WEAK, TIRED DISCOURAGED.
Benefited hy tho First Bottle of
Dr. Greene's Nervura.
Mls3 Anna King, 130 Diamond St., Phila?
delphia, I'd;, says:?"My nerves lind liccome
t=o weak ii? to render mo inctijHihlo of fulfilling
my duties. 1 bad ,no confidents hi myself.
1 wouldfnt times Brow so weak that it seemed
us if I should never bo able to move again. 1
couM not remember anything. Dreadful
shooting pains occurred frequently all through
miss anna ki Nu.
my ryes and bond; often severe headaches
would follow r.vhleli would prostrate uiu for
hours. I w:is in despair until 1 took Dr.
Greene's Kcrvrira blood and nerve remedy.
Bytliotlme I had taken IhctirSt buttle I found
that 1 had been greatly Itoncitted. l continued
its uso and have now regained my origiual
If constipated, use Dr. Greene's Cathartic
Tills with the Ncrvuta.
Dr. Greene, :!?"> West Ulli St., Now York
City, the most successful r.hysiciati in curing
nervous and chronic diseases, can bo con?
sulted frcj, personally or by letter.
THE PASTORS AROUSED.
Tbo Dallas Association [Denounces tlx
Dallas, ex., Jan. 25.?Tue Dali us Pas?
tors'Associatou this eveong memorialized
tue legislature to prohibit the playing ol
hasehall games of Sunday. Tile Dallas
Krec Thinkers memorialized legislature
in favor of the games. The light is being
waged bttierly all over the State. The
Dallas Pastors" Association at its weekly
meeting to day also .declared war on the
Stiudny newspapers. The following reso?
lution was adopted: "Resolved, That we
hereby express otic disapprobation of Sun?
"Resolved, That we decline to enconr
nga', by making announcement in them
for any purpose whatever. That we urge
our people to withhold their p.r.ruuuge
idther by taking it or using it as an n.l
Rev. Mr Templcton read ti carefully
prepared p.* per of over two tbousaud
words severely attacking the publishing
of Sunday newspapers. The tone of the
paper was almost as severe ^as a cvimiiial
FORMERLY OK RICHMOND.
Lynn, Mass.,-Jan. 25. ? lion. Jos. Da?
vis, who died iu Buffalo, N. >. ., Sunday
as result of an operation for apendic.itis,
was a, former well known manufacturer
of this city who did a business at one
time of a million dollars a year. Of late
years he had controlled the business of
the Davis Root and Shoe Company, of
Richmond. Y?., which lias charge of pro?
duct of Virginia penitentiary nt Rich?
mond. Me wa.vC l years old.
PALMER WON THE KIGHT.
London, Jan. 25?The tight between
Pedlar Palmer und Ernie Stallion before
the Sporting Club resulted in a victory
for Palmer in the Ii f teen til round. The
men ioutcht nt 117 pounds foi n stake of
Nl.ijixi r side and a purse of ?5,001) l_'>v
by the club. Roth are Englishmen.
A HOTEL BURNED.
Dtiluth, Minn., Jan. 25.?The St.
.lames Hotel, on West Superior street,
was burned this morning. Doss is about
.*50.000, with insurance of haOf that
amount. The guests of the hotel lost all'
of their personal effects and but'tow h;ul
insurance. The buildings on encfc side of
hotel were damaged somewhat.
IT WAS A DRAW.
Now York,'Jan. 25.?The'15-routid box
due contest lietween Jack Bverh&rt, of
New Orleans, and Matt Matthews, ol this
?city, at the Union Park Athletic Qkub to
night, resulted in u draw. The men
weighed in at 185 pounds:
TAKEN OUT OK THE COED.
An old ninn mimed Kennedy was found
by Officers Locke and H?lm on Eleventh
avenue s. w. last nigbt about 8 o'clock
lying unconscious in the cold and bleed?
ing from the mouth He wa* taken t? the
station house and put where it was warm,
when he revived enough to tell them he
would have died if they had not come to
his assistance The old f el luv had just
been .released iron: .iai<! yesterday for
.drunkenness; hut could not resist the
temptation to get drunk again.
THE COED SNA I'.
Yesterday was tbe coldest day ol the
winter. It began to get cold Sunday
night and by Monday morning nt Go'clock
?the thermometer atJBurne*' drug store
stood l?J degrees above zero. It rose dur?
ing the day Odd at ?*> o'clock marked
?degrees abovey.ero. fee fornued in many
?bouses Sunday night which had not ap
peared before during the winter and then
was much', sufferina and discomfort on
account of the .sudden visitation. At 11
?o'clock the theiuoineter stood !-*? degree*
*tbo\ e Kei'o.
DRANK THREE PINTS.
The police brought a negro mac. to the
station house last nigbt who was taken
from a room in the rear of a saloon on
Nelson street, where he had been lying
in an unconscious condition since 1".'
o'clock yesterday. The negro's name
conld not he learned, as he was toodruuk
to give it to the police, and nobody seem?
ed to know anything about him, except it
was reported to the police that in a very
sdiort time the man hud drank three pints
at whiskey. When seen by a Times im?
porter late last night the negro wa
breathing with difllculty and was still
WANTED?A second-hand No. 'i Rem
ingtor; type-writer. Apply at The Time
Beautiful plates, cups and saucers
fancy china. Gravatt's Pair, Salem ave
THAT DISPENSARY LAW.
Tillman Wants Congress to Reme?
dy the Existing Defects,
Washington, Jim. 25.?Senator Till
man, of South Carolina, has Introduced a
hill in tiic Rennte t > remedy the defect in
the South Carolina dispensary law point?
ed out recently by tho supreme court.
It provides "that all fermented, d's
tilled or other Intoxicating liquors or lie.
uids imported .into any State or Terri?
tory, or remaining theicin for use, con?
sumption, sale or storage therein shall,
upon arrival within the limits of saiil
State or Territory, I?' subject to the oper?
ation and effect of the laws of such State
or Territory enacted for the control of
liquor traffic absolutely, to the same ex?
tent and in the same manner as though
such liquors or liquids had been produced
in such State or Territory, nud shall not
be exempt therefrom by reason ot beint!
introduced therein in original packages
for private use or otherwise: autl such
States shall have absolute control of such
liquors or liquids within their borders,
by whosoever produced and for whatever
use Imported. Provided, that nothing
herein contained -.hull he eon-trued as
affecting tie.' internal revenue laws.""
THE I3RAKEMEN STRIKE.
Augusta, pa., dan. 25.?Brakcmen on
freight trains on the Georgia road have
gone on a strike against tho enforcement
of the rule rcouirlng them to remain on
top of ears while t hey are running. The
strike lias hail no serious effect ".t sched?
A C11U. KILLED.
Columbia, S. (* , .Tan. 25.?A special to
the State from (?aureus, 8. '".. says: Will
Wright and Ned Rosemnn fought with
pistols on Saturday night in this county.
Agnes Thomas, l-l years old, ;vas'acciden?
tally killed. Tho light bet ween^t he men
was over 25 cents.
Marquette, Mich.,.Tau.25.?Joe Martin
und .lohn Kord were instantly killed .??.nil
Pat Donahue fatally wounded in the
woods near Huron Ray this morning,
Tho men were returning to their lumber
camp in*a blinding snow storm, when ;i
tree fell on the party.
FIRE IN NORFOLK.
Norfolk, .Tan. 25.? This morning at HI
O'clock u -i ire and six dwellings on Prin?
cess Anne a veil tie were destroyed by lire,
entailing a loss of $?,000, The depart?
ment experienced great difficulty in
reaching the lire, the hose stretched across
the Norfolk and Western terminal line
being repeatedly cut by passing trains.
TEN YEARS b'OR MURDER.
Richmond, Jan. 25 - -Charles Fousheo,
an inmate of the Laurel Reformatory,
who has been on trial in the county court
for several dsys^for the murder of Ed?
mund Tlnsley, a guard at thu institution,
was to-day given teu~yeurs in the peni?
tentiary. .Ionian, indicted as nil accom?
plice, was acquitted.
TO PROD THE TRUSTS.
Albany. N. Y.,Man. 25.?The Lexow
bill to in rest!gate the trusts, which
passed the senate last week, was passed
by the assembly to-night by a vote of 'M
to 114. It provides for ;. committee to in?
vestigate the trusts and report a remedy.
ASSIGNMENT AT NASHVILLE.
Nashville, Tenn.. .lau. 25.?Tho'Amer?
ican Paper Ltax Company, J. D. Hamilton
sole proprietor, made an assignment to
day for the benefit ol creditors.
FROZEN To DEATH.
Prairie, Wis., .Ian. 25.?A trapper
known here as Henry York, but whose
name is said to be Henry Lit/., was found
this morning eight miles north of this
city frozen to death opposite his camp.
W. K. ANDREWS & CO., 21!) Salem
avenue, have exi lusive control of the cel?
ebrated semi-bit uminous RED ASH
COAL, the finest grate coal on the mar
ket. Their teams have liells.
Tin on'ij Way to Win.
First Hard Character?1 was at thu
races Saturday; scooped in $300.
Second Hard Character?Pinked win?
First Hard Character?Naw; pockets.
Medium?Mr. Sims, tbu spirit *rf
-yirur wife wishes to speak -with you.
Mr. Sims?You should be more defi?
nite. I've buried three.?New York
"There were a great many -deeply la?
mented deaths last year."
"Yes, and then, aguin, lots of people
who ought to have died didn't. "?Chi?
< SISMSie I .or*-.
Al iss Vassnr?How large do you sup?
pose the ancient horn of plenty was?
Colonel Rluograss?Not less than livs
lingers.?New York Sunday Journal.
'Die etiquette of introductions ift that
tho inferior shall always be presented
to the superior. The gentleman is there?
fore introduced to tho lady, not the hit?
ter to him, because in all ranks of so
oioty women are accorded the plat e of
There is a touching story of Edward
II in his misery. When he was at Car?
narvon, Maltruvers ordered the. king to
be shaved With dirty, cold water, at
Which he hurst into tears anil exclaim?
ed, "Hero at least is warm water on my
cheek, whether you will or no." Edward
III wore a noble beard, but that of
Richard [II was short.
Causes fully half the sickness in the world. It
retains the digested food too long in the bowels
and produces biliousness, torpid liver, iudi
gestiotl, hail taste, coated MR. (
tongue, sick headache, in- Egjp y >3 ?i>
somnla, etc. Hood's rills ? I I
cure constipation and all its ? ? ? ?
results, easily and thoroughly, ssc. All druggists.
Prepared by c. I. Hood \ Co., l.uw. n, Mass.
The only pills to take with Rood's Sars:i|iarlllii.
^ THE GFZEZAT
Still Q-oes On..
'Tis plain to soe that R Schiller leads them nil in Low Prices.
Every sale we make is a recommendation <>t* tho progressiv?, enter?
prising, wide-awake "exclusive" Furnishing Store lor m-u, boys &ud
children. Uur ussoi tmeots are belter, oar styles are bioic vuried our
great bargains sing their own praise. Look over our li-t?complies:
i>?I?TrsT^vtRC??rs. I me!.'s f??hp gsT
.Eight dollar value tu Cheviots
and Cassimeres, rough and
Tho usual teu dollnr value,
grey, blue and black, single and
Tiie $1 50 ni-ii's heavy, dark,
The two dollar giMilc oT good
and well-made trousers
Men's overcoats and ulsters.
Nothing more Mian a ulaucu ut
the ?.eduction. Kiue Melton und
K>r.?ey, black and biuo dress
overcoats, the usual SIS grade, at
Irish Frelzo Ulsters, in black
and Oxford mix; $10 never
bought ii 'm iter than this one, :11
Children's double - breasted
reefer suiis. heavy and dark, tho
$2.50 Kind, at
Children's i.uti-pluie suits,
porous, waterproot, positively
lor ie6S than manufacturers cost.
Children's good and weil made
kuet, pants, all sizes, at
Men's grey aud white, heavy
undershirts, the -10c kind,
Latest styles hueu collars, the
15c yaluo. at
Light blue and brown, heavy
lloece-lined shirts or drawers,
the (i5c quality, at ?Jg
39 Cents. ?
East coior, seamless black ?,
ho.-,?, fully worth i5c; seihng
3 pr for 25c
Linea bosom, uulntiudered
white shirts, reinforced front and
This rail fine neckwear, pud's,
imperial, four-in-hpudsimd leuks,
fc?k o:- satin, 50c and 7">c kind,
Men's silk finish suspenders,
look and made well, 35c value,tu
Dec, '90 -hapes Men's and
Hoys' Darby, Alpine and Bodora
11 .its almost ut
Your Own Price.
1,800 line. bosom Men's
Laundered While Miirts, the 05c
Men's fancy bosom Laundered
Shirts Shirts, the (55c und 75c
B?T'Whatever your station rmiy be hi lift, you need ant be &$?
ashamed to wear oar goods. There is tin better ClOthiug, furnishings ^
and hats made liiau we s?ll, aud it is not avery day in oua's life that
a chance to buy biich clothing and furnishings at ?uch low prices.
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING DEP'T'fVJT,
28 Salem Avenue, ROANOKE, VA.
II THE W?HLE jF FINANCE
NEW YORK STOCKS
Ni w York, Jan. 25.?Speculation at
tlif stock exchange was i|iiicl to-day,
sales aggregating only 128,5141) shares.
Tin- opening was i|uiet, following which
aaudvance of l--l.il 1-8 took place. The
lirmness at this time was partly the W>- |
stik of a reduction in the .posted rates ?f
sterling exchange of 1-- per cent, and
partly :<> the fact that the bears did not
continue their laid <>t Saturday. Loss in
St. Rim I earnings for the third week of
January, which proved to l>e much !
smaller th.m expected,was also used with
good effect. London again sohl in ihe
local market, parting with about f},00(J
-hiir?s of various stocks. In the indus?
trial group (ieueral Electric was notably
firm on announcement thafi the deal for
the-equipping of oars for Fourth, Sixth
and Eighth avenues surface lines had
been perfected. Tobacco, however, was
down 5-8 to 7o )??! cm legal complications
of the company, 'the feature of the af?
ternoon trading wij?the heaviness of the
Het.hrii.cite cr>;itvi->.M.ackawanna fell 2 l-'-i
to 10".', Delaware and Hudson \::!-M to
1068-8; .terser Central ".' US to '.is ,uid
Reading'7-8 to 2511-8. The selling was
based on the belief that the annual re?
ports oi the larger companies now about
due wilt compare very unfavorably with
pfevioos years. On the statement that
the New York and Escabena, one of the
Delaware and Hndson leased lines, had
it-sued $1,000.000 f 1-2 percent, debenture
bonds last year led to free selling of Del?
aware ami Lackawanna shares and played
right into the hands of the bears. The
list yielded Mal 1- J from the highest of
the morning in coalers, but in the limil
dealings there was a fractional rally.
The market closed rather weak in tone.
Net changes show loss of i- lu-V.s per cent,
in the general list and 1 1-2 in coalers.
Bonds were tinner. The transactions
looted up $l,01?,00O. The Treasury bal?
ances- Coin, $122,814,112j currency, $52,
American Cotton Oil. 12 1-2
American Cotton oil. preferred.. .V>
American Sugar Refining. 11(1 7-8
American Sugar Refining, pref.. . 108 1-1
American Tobacco. l -'i
American Tobacco, preferred. 10!l
Atehison . '.-I
Baltimore and Ohio. l? 1-8
Canada Pacillc. 5-1
Chesapeake and Ohio. IT
Chicago Alton. 10-*)
Chicago, Burlington undQuincy. '.:'< 8 8
Chicago Gas. l'< 1-2
Delaware, Lack, nnd Western.... l?tt
Erie. |<| 5 8
Erie preferred. ?l
General Kleetrie. Ill 8-0
Illinois Central. Ill
Lake Erie and West. Ill 3 4
Lake Eric and West, preferred.. . US
Lake Shore. l?",'
Louisville and Nashville. ."ill 1-4
Louisville and New Albany. 1-4
Manhattan Consolidated. 1)0 8-4
Memphis and Charleston. |5
Michigan Central. sS
Missouri Pacific. '.'v? T S
Mobile ami <>!ii<>. 21
Nashville, Chat. & St. I. i>7 !-2
New JorSOy Central. '.IS
New York Central. ?, I
New York and New Englind. l"i
Norfolk and Western preferred... 1(1 :l-4
Northern Pacific. Ill 1-4
Northern Pacific preferred. IMS 1*8
Northwestern. 103 1-2
Northwester! preferred. 1.11
Pacific Mail. 24 3-4
Heading. 25 1-2
Koek Island. ?7 8-8
St. Paul. 7"? 3-8
St. Paul preferred. 131
Silver Certificates. 05
Tennessee Coal tuidl Iron. 28 1-8
Tennessee Coal and Iron, pre!'.... !?'.?
Texas Pacific. 0 18
Union Pacific. . 7 11
WalMish, St. 1.. anil Pacific. II I I
Walmsh, St. 1.. ami Pacific pref'd. !?'>
Western Union. 80 3-4
Wheeling and I.. K. 2 1-1
Wheeling and I.. K. preferred.... 11 ? l
Alabama, (Mass A. 10-1
Alabama, Class 1?. 10:'.
Alabama, Class C. 1)5
Louisiana Stamped 4's. 05
North Carolina 4's. It'll
North Carolina 6*8. 1*22
Tennessee new set 4's. 77 1-2 '
Virginia <?'s, deferred. ?
Virginia Trust Keceipt--, stamped "1 1-2
Virginia Funded Debt. (12 1-8
United Stales 4's, registered. 111 :! i
United States 4's, coupon. 112
United States 2's. DO
Southern Kai I way ,Vs. HO
Southern Railway common. U 1-4
Southern Railway, preferred. ... *JM I? t
North Carolina 1 I-2's. 102 1-2
I'. S. (new) 4's, registered. 12! 3-4
C s. (new) 4's, coupon. 122 3-4
M?NF.Y MARK KT.
Neu- York, .Inn. 2.1.?Money on call
easy at i I-2.-.2 per cent.; last loan, 2: ( los?
ing at 2. Prime mercantile paper "Ja'J 1 2
percent. liar silver, 0-17-8. Sterling
exchange inactive with actual business in
bankers'bills at I.s 1 l-2a4.84 fl t for sixty
days, and 4.08 1 -2a4 0851-4 for demand.
Posted rates, 4.8.1 1 2a4.87 1-2. Commer?
cial hills, 4.S0a4.84. (Sovcrnmcnt bonds
strong. State bonds dull. Railroad
bond.-, firm. Silver ut. boutd l|lllet.
Chicago, .fan. 25.- -Wheat at. opening
prices showed t slightly lirmer feeling,
bat that soon gave place to weakness,
and discouraged bolders soon turned sell?
ers. The weather sine.- Sunday was con?
ceded to lie most beneficial to winter
wheat. The snow, followed by a freeze,
afforded the plant all the protection that
is necessary. The partial absence of this
protection was recently a hull lactor.
The Government report which issued
this afternoon caused some hesitation,
the possibility being that it might be a
bull hell) tending to restrain "short"
sellers. May opened 80l-4a803-S and
7?,1-4a7l)O S, closing I91-2a7f)5-8 under
Saturday. Cash wheat easy and 1 2c
Corn A fairly steady opening in corn
was noted There was little difference
to trade exhibited, and prices soon
dropped lower in sympathy with wheat.
May corn opened at '.'I, sold between
24 I'8a237 8, closing at the inside, 1-Sc
under Saturday. Cash corn was,firm and
1- lc higher, -dosing nominally easy with
Oats followed the direction taken by
corn. Occasionally active moments were
seen, but the business was local ('ash
.nits steady. May closed a shade lower
Every aitlrle in oar store a rc:-.l bargain.
No trash?but good dollies at trash prices.
Not like some of our so called comp titorn
quoting piices, when in icality their price is
a 1 'hey em p,et from \ou
Our Gret-.t Troustr Sale is still oa. $i 75
buy* trousers w rth $3 50 to $5
One ir.ore v.eck for Boys' All-wool Knee
Pants at 40 ceut?.
Men's Suits that we're selling at *5 to
$7 50 are positively a third to a half Jess
A great cut on all goods throughout the
house 25 to 50 per cent under others,
pDipr pi nTHINC nflll.F I
that We Want!...- |
Wo want cvervhody to know that when,they ^
ptirchubo A STOVE from us tln?y are SUHB of
getting lepnira. Hepiurs were furnished for n Si
stove ilia other .lay ibut the party Iiuh hud for 1^
forty years. fex
Buy Ihr EX'iELSIOB, und you won't have to
throw your stove uwny lor want oi repairs.
Vital ForcerTime and Money Economized.
Life, Vigor, Health, Wealth and Happiness
Nature Provides More for Life Than Death.
If there is no lo?al agent for the Oxydonor "Victory"
in your neighborhood, send your order direct to J. M. Gam
bill <Si Co , Roanoke, Va.
Price: $75 for the No. 1 Improved, and $26
for the No. 2 Improved.
POSITIVELY ALWAYS CASH
Seud for Book of Testimonials.
Wholesale State Ascents.
<T. A. Brnral)aii(jli having had considerable experience In applying the Oxydonor and very
x'iccea.fal on almost all clasees of diseases, both old and younn. and being city agent (or the
oxydnuor " Victory'' will deliver saint to any home and give Instructions how to g? It. Also
h ?Ving UzydoDora on hand he will rent them to parties by the week and give hie personal at?
tention so as to gel best reenlta. No. 411 l'irst Ave. N. W. is where yon will find Mr.Brambautth.
Provisions?a stronger liog market j
contributed firmness to provisions at the
opening, but this was not permanent.
The weakness in wheat erentually inllu- |
enced and citused an easier feeling. At :
tlie close moderate covering by shorts (
steadied the market. May lard and ribs
each a shade lower. Hides were quiet
and steady: business light and demand
moderate: natives, heavy, 0a01-4; light,
81-4; native cows, heavy, s 1-3; light,
83-4; butt brand-, heavy, 81-4; light,
Wheat? Open Close.
January . 7K 1-4 i7 5-8
Mnv. 801-4 19 5-8
HE WILL CONTEST.
Mess Pork, per hhl
May . .. 8.05
Lard, ls-r 100 lbs -
May. 4.U7 1
Short Kilis, per 100 lbs.
DISCUSSED THE TREATY.
Washington, dan. 25.?The Senate com?
mittee on foreign relations discussed the
general treaty of arbitration this morn?
ing for more than an hour, but no con?
clusion was reached on any point. The
whole t'nie seems to have la-en devoted
to a discussion of the relation of Nicara
guan canal and the Clayton-Bulwer treaty
to this proposed new convention. Many
suggestions were offered, but none took
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheiim,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chit
blains, Corns, and all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no pay re?
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price 25 i
cents per box. For sale at Massio's l'har- I
macy, 100 Jefferson street, Roanoke.
The President Removes a Collector for
Cincinnati, Jan. '25.?President Cleve?
land has removed Joseph Dowling, of
Dayton, Ohio, from the office of internal
revenue collector in Cincinnati.
The President's action is snid to be the
outccme of a complaint made by the Uni?
ted States civil serviere commission last
summer. The specific charges against
Dowling'were making'assessments on
clerks in bis department for political use.
His removal takes effect at once and
Deputy Collector Collums will be tempo
rarily in charge. The collector has re?
tained counsel to contest the President's
Fairfax Court House, Va,, Jan. 22. ?
The case of the commonwealth vs. Wil?
liam Kldwell, charged with attempting
to wieck a Chesapeake and Ohio train at
Ravensworth last August, has occupied
the attention of the county court for the
past three days. 'To-day, at the comple?
tion of the case for the commonwealth,
the commonwealth attorney stated that
he wonld not ask a conviction on the evi?
dence adduced, and entered a nolle pros
K. ANDREWS & CO.. 210 SALEM
have the largest and most convenient coal
and wood yard in the city. They have
more shed room than any other dealers iu
the city. They have polite drivers. They
screen their coal and deliver it promptly.
Look out for the belled teams.
HE man or woman
who knows a good
thing when they see
it is the man or wo?
man who buys our
O'ts' Calf Shoes at s ',,
or Ladies' Hand-made
Loots at $2..->0. These
are real values for
ROANOKE SHOE CO.
KIMBALL COAL: KIMBALL COAL
The cheapest and liest Bubstitute for
Anthracite'conl. W. K. Andrews & Co.,
Roanoke agents. tti fiy