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Successor to Jos. Cohn,
C< r. Campbell nud Jefferson Sis.
The carpenters and painters
now havo charge ol' my slore
room to relii and rernode! in
every respect. 1 intend to have
abriebt aud attractive place of
business, where every article will
l>e rnnrkeil in plain figures and
sold at strictly one pries. My
methods of doing uusioess will be
ott business principles aud 1 hoi-e
to have my now home ready to jj
receive jou about February 18. *
watch for Special Announce
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North, Fast, south, West the flower of
Hours is ''Pillsbtiry's Host."
Costs a little more than any ot her be?
cause it is worth more. \w\ it makes
tonic bread, makes whiter h end, makes
better bretal. Your grocer may tell you
something else is ??jus; as good," but it
HAWKINS & FIELDING, Agnntcs
Uartsook Building, Market Square.
Lfi'MNCE S. DAVIS.
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Office No. .'> Campbell avc. w.. Roanoko, v?.
ltipretent* too strongest flro Companies; stnnd
ar.1 Arridct.t Company; Mutual Lite inanrsnce
Com pan v of New Yoru
GOING AND GOING
Miss Norn Sinoot, of^Lnfnyette, Vn., Is
visit in:; lu-r brother, 1*. 'I'. Sinoot. at 538
Sixth it venue s. \v.
Dr. CroV.ier left yesterday for Rocky
Mount anil will not return until Satur?
Miss Maxie S. Robertson, Tof Snltville,
Vn., who spent seeral months in Salem
last summer, passed through the city yes?
terday en route to Lyncliburg, when- she
will remain for a few weeks.
.1. Ii. Scott, of Rocky Mount, was in
the city yesterday.
II. P. Good went to Fineastle yesterday
G. M. Wigington, of l.ynchburg, was
at the St. James yesterday.
I.. II. Vaughn left yesterday on a bus?
iness trip to Martinsville
Mrs. Ij. H.'Danes is very ill at her
honte on Ninth street.
H. A. Lovelace, of Franklin county,
was in the c'ty yesterday on business.
\V. P. Glbbs, a 'prominent merchant of
Lynch burg, was here yesterday.
.1. A. Willis, a prominent business man
of Lynchburg, was in the city yesterday.
Hon. A. A. Phlegar, of Christiansburg,
was here yesterday looking after legal
Mrs. I. K. Boono has returned from a I
visit to her old home in Montgomery
Dr. C. (i. Cannaday has returned home
from llocky Mount, where he has been
on professional business.
Airs, Carrie Tompkins. of Pocuhontns,
Vn., who has been at tin- Johns l-Iopkius
Hospital, Baltimore, for treatment, ar
rived last evening and is the guest of her ;
cousin, Mrs. Geo. P. Garr, of 105 Third !
avenue 11. w.
Captain \V. H. Trent, of the clerk of [
the courts ofllce, has gone to Appomat-i
tox.where his wife is visiting relatives. j
Miss Elizabeth W. Antrim, of Char
lottesville, is visiting her brother, A.
Blair Antrim, Fs(i.. ami family.
J. (). Ilobbs has returned from a trip
to Staun ton, Bucna Vista ami other
places in tile valley. *
Snm Stone went to Bad ford Sunday
and returned yesterday afternoon aceom
pancd by his wife, who has been visiting
S. 0. Malin, superintendent Hail ford
division of the Norfolk and Western rail?
way, ivas in the city yesterday.
Geo. !'. Dyer left yesterday evening for
Lexington, Ky., t i purchase horses. He
will return in about ten days.
Joe Kennerly returned yesterday from
a business trip to Rocky Mount.
C. w. c. Wool wine left yesterday even?
ing for New Hirer to visit his mother,
Mr.-. F. A. Woolwine.
Ceo. ],. McDonongh, of Philadelphia;
.Max Jtass. of Chicago, and A. C. Harvey, t
of St. Paul, Minn,.'all agents of the Great
Northern railway that runs from Chicago
to St. Paul, were in the city yesterday
stopping at Hotel itoanokc;
E. G. llolx.Cr and wife lefl yesterday on
a two weeks visit to friends in Philadel?
Among the guests at the Ponce d' Leon
yesterday were Parke L. Poiudcxtcr.
I Norfolk: T. Alder son and .1. A. Foy, Coe
S/oung 97?en's C/ir
Ufte Sione ^Printing and ytfanufi
Sfont/amon .? & wisA to oxpross
officiant ostab/isAmont. & submitted c
wonts tast wooAr. Sfou furnisAcd its t
goods roetdjf for uso wit A in tAroo Aoi/rs.
burn, Yii., and William E. Pepper, Mays
Mrs. S. w. Howerton and children have
returned from an extended visit to l'em
berton, where they were called by the ill?
ness and deatli of Mrs. H?werton's
Miss Julia Carson, who has been spend?
ing some time with the family of her fa?
ther, Kev. Thos. E. Carson, of Grceue
Memorial M. E. Church, South, returned
The Beltr Bros, piano has a wide follow?
ing and a high reputation. Itis distinctly
a high grade instrument.?Musical Cou?
rier, May 37, 1 Still..
KNIGHTS OF THE MYSTIC CHAIN.
Sermon to the Order by Rev. Ira W. Kim
mel, of the Fourth Avenue Church.
Rev. Ira \V. Kimmel, pastor of the
Fourth Avenue Christian Church,
preached a Hue sermon at that place of
worship last Sunday night to the Knights
of tin- Mystic Chain, who attended the
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A HUNTER & CO %
? I 27 Salem Ave. S. W. ?
J 'Phone 198. |
, Ua., January /2th, /S97.
my Aoarty appreciation of your most
7py of a circular containiny Ovar TOO
>roof in an Aour, and datiuorod tAo
Jf consider t/iis expeditious Aust/iny.
Jf. Jf. 7//cacAam.
Senerat Secretary 'J/. 7//. C.
service in a body to the number of 200 or
more. .Mr. Kiiumol took for his text the
2?th verse of the Kith chapter of Mat?
thew: "Then Judas,which betrayed him,
answered and said. Master is it I? lb
said unto htm, thou hath said."
The speaker recounted the baseness of
Judas Iscariot and who, he said, was the
only one of the disciples that, did not love
Christ. The Saviour and the apostles
constituted, he said, it mystic chain that,
bound the earth to Heaven. The treach?
ery of Judas broke one of these links, but
it was made stronger than ever, until now
It circled the whole world. He praised
the principles of thc.Knights of the Mys?
tic Chain, the tenets of which order came
nearei to religion than any other organi?
zation outside of the church. It had for
its object the rule given by the Saviour,
"Lovo your neighbor as yourself," to as?
sist the distressed and carry comfort to
the suffering. The world, he said, passed
by the man who is destitute, but true
chivalry defended the weak nguinst the
wicked. In conclusion after giving some
excellent, advice in eloquent language,
the speaker said: "Add to your faith vir?
tue, and to virtue knowledge, temper
ence, godliness, and to Uodliness broth?
erly kindness, charity," thus presenting
to all the world a y.odtue of virtues stielt
as were worn with honor by our I ami
KAIKKOAI) V. M. C. A.
15. A. Jones, of Calvary Baptist Church,
delivered it very Instructive and profita?
ble address Sunday afternoon at the Kail
road Christian Association building in
the West End, on the journey of the chil?
dren of Israel through the wilderness, to
a larne and appreciative audience. All
iiiemliors and friends of the association
are cordially invited by the committee to
attend the February members' reception
at the West Etui to-night. A ft no pro?
gramme will be carried out. Admission
On Saturday there was placed at the
West End bulldimr an instruction table
litted with sectional valves, cylinder res?
ervoirs, and pipes, consisting of parts
used on freight car equipment, signal ap?
paratus and part of engine apparatus of
the Wcstinghouse air-brake system.
Kisten to tin- helled teams of \V. K.
ANDREWS & CO. as they deliver coal
and wood to their customers. Semi your
orders to 211) Salem avenue.
We have GOOD I
We have BETTEl
We have the BE!
53 ' The "Yellow Kill" Cigar is
earth for the price.
1 > I .l. n.-i Jim Street
DH KING'S NEW DISQ?VERY FOR
This is the best medicine iu the world
for oll I or inn of Coughs und Colds und
for Consumption. Every bottle is guar?
anteed. It will cure und not disappoint.
It has no equal for Whooping Cough, j
Asthma, Hay Fever, Pneumonia, Bron?
chitis, La Grippe, Cold in the Head and I
for Consumption, it is safe for ullages,
pleasant, to take, and, above all, a sure
cure. It Is always weil to take Dr. King's
New Life Pills hi connection with Dr.
King's New Discovery, as they regulate
and tone the stomach and bowels. We
guarantee perfect sat isfaction or return
money. Free trial bottles at Massie's
Pharmacy, 1<>!I Jefferson street. Hegu
lar size, .">() cents and ?1.
The Ami ol Williamson ?V Workman
has this day been dissolved by mutual
consent. Mr. Perry Williamson purchas?
ing the interest of Mrs. K. F. Workman
in the firm. The business will be coii
i tinned by Perry Williamson at 222 and
J 22-1 Salem avenue, who assumes all debts
owing by the firm, ami towhom all debts
I due the firm should be paid. Thanking
I our Irlends anil the public fur their very
I liberal patronage, and wishing a continu?
ance of the same to the new firm,
.M?S. E. P. Win; KM AN.
Hoauoke, Vit., .Ian. 10, 181)7.
Having purchased the interest of Mrs.
E. F. Workmau in the firm of William?
son v\; Workman. 1 will continue the hi; -
iness of new and second-hand Furnitur?.
carpets and bouse furnishing goods at
the same place, Nos. 222 and 224 Salem
avenue, (Smith building'. Highest cash
prices [iaid for second hand furniture.
"My daughter when recovering'from
an attack of fever was a great sufferer
from pain iu the back and hip--," writes
Louden G'rover, of Sard is, Ky. "After
using quite a number of remedies with?
out any benefit she tried a bottle of Chain
berlain's Pain H ilm, and it has given en
tin- relief." Chamberlain's Pain Halm is
also a certain cure for rheumatism. Sold
by all druggists. .
Beautiful plates, cups and saucers,
fancy china. Gravatt's Fair, Salem ave?
jroceries at low price,
R Groceries at better price.
ST Groceries at the best price,
I AND FIRST-CLASS,
our?. For 5c it is yours, liest ou
C. F. BLOUNT, Manager, pj
AT 111 SAIiEM AVE.
All-woo) Dress CuodB, none butter, for 25c par
All-wool Novrltv Drc-fB Goods, CP, <!) BDd "5c.
l.-iru-i: bin- or Ituuatifiil I'Ui.ls at per y.rrt.
Large line ot Mcuiitltnl Worsted Quods utli.Sc
pi r vii rd.
Illnc-; Dress (ioodu from 12>?c to $1.10 bcr yard.
Tn la weofc :
Hen Planne', In twill, nt \4r, worth til g :ir.
Xcd Flannel, in Twill, marked down to 10 2-St
Ited flannel, In tw. I. marked down to 3Uc from
Ited I'uumcl, In twill, marked down to 2ric
White Flannels in nil ?pialitit a ? tho bo.-t Canton
Flannel, for St, worth loc
WML F. BAKER CO ,
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KIA'S CIIKAM BALM Im posit I verum.
Apply into the nostril.". It is quickly absorbed. <v>
cent'' a) Drncelsts or hv mail; samples inc. by mall.
ELY UltOTUEltS, r.0 Warren St., New York City.
Persons who nrc troubled with indi?
gestion will be interested In the exper?
ience of Win'. A. Penn, chief clork in the
railwuy mail service nl Des Mol lies, Iowa,
wbi? writes: "It gives me pleasure to
testify to the merits of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
From two years 1 have sutTercd Iropi in
digestion, and am subject to frequent
severe attacks of pain in the .stomach ami
lioweis. One or two doses of this rem?
edy never fails to give perfect relief.
Price 25 and 50 cents; sold by all drug?
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