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A man fearr. and
abliors the high?
wayman who at
the point of the
revolver robs hi in
of his money. The
mere thought of
the ruffian who
robs by violence
I m a k e s a ui a n
shudder. There is
a deadlier enemy
than the highway
man that rob? men not only of their money,
but of their ability to make it. and of their
health and life. And yet men actually court
the advances of this deadly enemy. Its
name is consumption. Thousands of bright
men and women are passive victims in its
clutch. Its daily victims are numbered by
A sine cure for this dread disease is found
in Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
It goes directly to the scat of the trouble.
It restores vigorous action to the digestive
organs, tones up the liver, and makes the
appetite good. It makes the assimilation j
perfect and supplies the blood with the
elements that build up healthy tissue. It
acts upon the !un~s driving out all impuri?
ties and disease ffcrnis. It soothes the shat?
tered nerves and they resume their normal
function of imparting healthy activity to all
the organs of the body. All Druggists sell
it. Nothing else is "just as good."
" Dr. Fierce. 1 am one- of your most jjratcfnl
?,-iatirnts," writes Mrs. Annie lit. Norman, of
Kqulnuuk, Wayne Co., Pa. "I have taken
'Golden Medical Discovery,' also * Favorite Pre?
scription' and 'Pellets' with wonderful results,
t am, c.s manv of my friends tell mc, like the
dead brought to life. The doctors said I liail
consumption ami death was only n matter of
lime. That was six year- ago. I concluded to
try your medicine. I continued until l had taken
nim tiottlcs or 'Discover}-' and several bottles
<>i" ? relicts.' l n^t well and have done a great
<ical ol hard work since."
What more need he said of a book after
the one statement : " 680.000 copies sold at
St.50 each ? " That book was Dr. Pierce s
Common Sense Medical Adviser. In that
many homes it is known as the best medical
book ever published in any language. Sev?
eral chapters relate exclusively to diseases
peculiar to women. There is now ready all
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Send twenty-one one-cent stamps to pay
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cents in all). Address. World's Dispensary
Medical Association. Buffalo, N. V.
Schedule in Effect
November 8, 1S90.
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i Attorncymt-Lnw and Commissioner
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That Cnnnot be put in Good
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Where will be round the. line DROP
CABIN KT admired by so many
people foe beauty and convenience;
also a variety ol tlio different
machines made by this company,
which, if examined by those who
wish to buy, side by side with
other makes of machines, can
readily see Uiiy deserve ail lh<
praise tlioy have merited in ?uisli
durability, light-running and per?
fect wo k.
?aT* Give us u call before you buy
Thanking the people for their iibera
patronage in tha past,
I remain respectfully,
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SOU HKNHV BTltKI/r, ROANOKE, V.
More Numerous and Absurd
Than Ever This Winter.
0I>1> HORSEPLAY AT HARVARD.
Grotesque Initiation Kites ?>r the Secret
Societies? Some Tricks That Arn Worse
Than I'oolUli -Dastardly l>?-eil of an
The follies of collegiana nro proverbial,
hnt t his winter the callow undergraduates
seem to bo outdoing themselves in their
absurd and sometimes brutal and urluiiuul
\s usual, the Harvartl students take tho
palm for Idiotic liorsepltiy. Some of their ?
A HARY INITIATION.
recent pranks nro worse than idiotic They
are criminal. Tito recent acts of vandalism
ami theft have led to the patrolling of thi '
college grounds lmth at night und day by
special detectives, but their efforts have
not been productive of tho desired results.
Not only have the students conducted
themselves riotously, but they havo dese?
crated several of the college buildings,
have removed historic relics and even have
stolen valuable instruments. While these
nets have been done in conformity with
the requirements of initiation into tho sev?
eral secret societies there has been a crim?
inal intent shown which in .-in outsider
would lie punished by imprisonment, But
Harvard men are shrewd?at least they
appear so, for none of the participants In
t hose recent nets of vandalism has been
detected?and the detectives have been un- |
able to discover n single clew that-would
lead to their identification.
A short time ago drafting instruments
valued at ? 1,000, which had been stolen
from the old gymnasium, were returned, j
and the famous l.oulsburg cross, which foi
?jo years surmounted thegnbloof the libra?
ry and which disappeun d one dark night,
were returned as mysteriously to the libra?
These thefts, together with tho painting 1
In huge letters of nil of the words "Not?
ion's Pride" on the mosaic work of the
Fogg Art museum, being n "grind" on
Professor Norton, and tho painting of the
college seal in crimson on Gray's hull,
with the words. "To h?1 with Yale." are
laid at the door of the secret society known
as the Med. Fae., whose requirements ol
initiation are that the neophyte shall do
some act for which, if detected, ho would
be brought before the police court or ex?
pelled from the university.
The drafting instruments wore stolen
from the gymnasium ono dark night a few
weeks ago, the neophyte climbing to the
roof of the building and gaining entrance
through n window near where the instru?
menta were kept In a ease. The I heft hav?
ing become noised about, the instruments
were returned by mail, the sender paying
postage on in packages at in cents each.
The Loulshtirg cross was brought from I
Canada by Governor Shirley in 17-15. hav?
ing been taken from a cathedral there dur
Ing the invasion. It hung for years on the
walls of the college buildings, and when
and of I hem was burned curly in the cen?
tury the cross was recovered from the ruins
and placed on exhibition in (lore hall,
i About :.'<? years ago it was gilded and
placed on tho gable of tho library, where
it remained undisturbed until a few
months ago, when it was wrenched from
Its position. It becoming college gossip
that the cross had been seen in the room
of one of the secret society leaders, sli ps
were being set on foot to search the sev?
eral dormitories, when one morning last
week the librarian, on goitur to open the
j building, found the relic hanging to the
i doorknob, with a note attached, ascribing
I Its disappearance to tho A. P. A.'s.
I Besides nil the pranks, there have been
I numerous ludicrous initiatory require?
ments at Harvard of late, to which the
faculty does not lake exception so long as
no brutality is shown. The only recent
cases of brutality marked have been the
lying of a lirophyte to the railing of the
bridge over tho Charles river and leaving
him blindfolded to shiver nil night in the
cold and the shooting of a blindfolded
man on a sled down the shoots Into the
icy waters of the miniature lake.
Among the ludicrous exhibitions have
been the skimming of diisl off the snow in
the college yard, the playing of hand or?
gans, the making of temperance addresses
on i he street corners and the parading in
burlesque cost nines.
There is great rivalry this year between
tin-1). K. K.'s,otherwise known as the Dick
MISS K8TRI.I.A CADKIIAUGII.
les, and the PI Kta society. Bach has fur
nished plenty of nniusement for the resl>
lien's of Cambridge. It seems, however,
thai the Dickies al.lie lap ahead just
now. This thev gained ;ii t ho expense of
Mr. .1. 14. Brooks of Milton, Mass.
Hrooks, who is n sophomore, comes from
one of the 1:10s; respectable ami influential
families in Hie state, lie must lien stiele
ly man: he knew well thai he would "get
:i rough deal," hut- was willing to forego
?ill and do any penance thai, was hidden
(diu to do.
The other day Hrooks appeared in liar
vr.rtl square In about tho most comical
make up that has Ix-en scon this year. He
was rigged out In ultra burlesque style,
but no numo could possibly be given to l ho
character. His head was shaded with a
huge crimson parasol, w hich ho carried In
one hand, while with (he other he dmgl? d
a toy express wagon in which was it largo
bundle marked "laundry.*'
For n collar Brooks wore a huge cuff
which nearly hid the military cap which \
adorned his head. Over his trousers Iw :
wore ii pair of darkorlmson trunks, con- '
tabling several hides, through which his
light spring overcoat was visible. Ills
coat was supposed to bo of tho Elizabet han
style, but was nothing more than a very
loud lady's shirt waist. His stockings
were green, and his legs wore made up to
resemble i he knotted limbs of a tree.
For six hours Brooks paraded around
Harvard square and through the college
grounds, always followed by iv big crowd,
who enjoyed the spurt, immensely.
More serious than the escapades of tho
Harvard students whs tho recent perform?
ance of University of Illinois students at
Champaign. The freshmen held their so?
ciable in Busoy's Opera House at Urbana,
and the sophomores attempted to break it.
up. In the melee a student threw some j
chemicals in the crowd and struck Miss
Kstelle Rmlcbaugh ill the face. Miss Hade
baugh was burned, and for some time it
was thought that she would lose her sight.
The faculty is probing the affair and
will probably take some radical notion.
A New York Preacher, Creates a Sensation
In Church Circles,
Rev Merle St. Crolx Wright of Lenox
Presbyterian church, New- York, has
raised a storm jiboiil bis ears by preaching
?i .sermon in justification of suicide.
"As wo have a right to live,", said he.
"so have wo a right to die. That no man
can lake from us." Uov. Dr. Wright tin "
wen! on to explain that suicide was one of
the accompaniments of n high state of
civilization, and that the places whore peo?
ple killed themselves most frequently were
the most civilized states and cities on the
globe. There were, be said, a great many
circumstances In which suicide was no)
only justifiable, but in which it became a
1!EV. MEHLE ST. CROIX WRIGHT,
duty, "in cases of sickness," said Dr.
Wright. " incurabloand burdensome,whero
t he sufferer longs for death, and the friends
or relatives consent, und with the consent
<>f the state. 1 would advocate thai a physi?
cian lie allowed to kill the patient under
the supervision of a magistrate and other
trustees or witnsesscs.
This evoked a shower of criticism from
Dr. Wright's fellow clcrgymon, but as the
number of .suicides has been unusually
large in New York lately it seems that
Me. Wright has sonic followers.
The Champion Kleptomaniac.
The record in kleptomania may be
claimed by a Frenchwoman named Cath?
erine who was recently nrrosted in a gro?
cery shop <>ii tin- boulevard Sevastopol, in
Paris. Mine. Catherine is40years old, and
she lost her hushnnd only a few days
ago. When she was. searched al the police
station, it was found that she had lixeil to
In r wolsl by thick (bread under her man?
tle a turkey, ',' chickens, l pigeons, I par?
tridges, :( pounds of fresh butler. 2-1 sau?
sages and "J boxes of preserved mackerel.
But this was not nil. Under her hod Ice
she had concealed an nstrnkhnn cape,
jackets, a waistcoat, a capote, a ]>nlrs of
stockings, 2 rolls of ribbon and 15yards of
satin. She declared that it was her first
attempt al stealing and was told (hat no
aiMdogics were necessary, as she had dis?
played a degree or skill (hat would not bo
unworthy of a finished ortist.
Professor Maspcro, the renowned Egyp?
tologist, Is authority for the statement that
among the royal mummies unltandagcd in
1800 was one of a young man who had evi?
dently bun embalmed nlIvc. The body
had been lightly hound in three places and
t hen coated with hit union, llmoand pound?
ed rosin and then wound from head to
fool with bnildnges which had been soaked
in some glutinous preparation. The ago?
nized expression of the face and other evi?
dence- gave (In- scientists their clew. His
age was probably about The gold or
iinments on his body Indicated Hint he was
of high rank and likely the victim of soino
terrible i ragody.
'i lie Newest Pari* Swindle.
Four young men entered a fashionable
restaurant in Paris the other night, secur?
ed a private room and ordered an e.veollenl
meal. Alter it had been served and eat on
each young man refused to pay for it, de?
claring that he was thegucsl of tho others.
The proprietor was called, and he insisted
I t hat the bill should he paid. Finally one
I of i he young men proposed a game of
I Idlndman's bull', with the restaurant man
for the blindfolded individual, the agree?
ment being that the diner whom he caught
vhoiild pay the bill. The game began,
but the caterer was unable to catch either
id' the four clover swindlers. Neither have
A(raid to Vaccinate.
The nntivncchintlonlsta of Gloucester,
England, arc blamed for luvi ing caused I I 1
deaths. In the year Iss^ the Ixmrd of
guardians voted by a majority of ii to
give up vaccination. Nine years, later
L'.OHtl persons were attacked by smallpox,
and of these 31.7 per cent died.
Wedding ri'i-veiiteil ity llljlinetiohi
Judge Buckingham of Shelby county,
Ind., has been npplicd to for an injunction
to restrain nil clergymen and magistrates
from marrying tho son of one Snodgrosa
io a girl neighbor.
A DaiicfroiM Oecnpatlon.
Of lie ;>:' SllltnilS who have ruled tho
(It toman empire since t he conquest of ('on
Ktnntinopln by the Turk-. ;;i have died vio?
TT!*!? is the Pa
remember it. It contains
that cleans everything
quickly, cheaply and
For economy buy 41b. package.
Tin: x. k. r.vinn.vxK company,
Chicago. St. Louis, New York,
No V2^ Sbonsndoah avenue n w , nine
roonis, per month. $15.00 i
House on Ulbb street u. c., tlirco rooms,
per mouth. $3.to
Three houses ou Oxford avenue, Norwhli,
six rontue i ach, per mouth. $3 CO :
No. 80-1 Campbell avenue s. e., six rcoius,
per mouth. t'.i CO j
No. :;ri I'litril sireci, a. u., ?lx rooms, per
month . fV.GO I
N.i :kM Thtrd street a.o., ten rorme, pur
month. $1400 I
No. 119 Railroad avenue s.o., sis rooms,
per n.onlh. $0 00 I
No 118 It.iHr.aj Avenues c., three rooics,
per month. . $">.00
Nine rooms over Davlb' hotel, lS.tlneeOt.ro
avenue, ?er month. $10.03 i
N->. M I Harrison avenue u. w., I roorae,
per month. ?ie- i
Two stores on (J'linrsboro avenuen. w ,per
month, euch. $n fV
linn store, "it Knanoke street s. w.,per mo. $7.uu
one sit rr\ nri.or fctallroad avcLuo ami
Randolph etroet, per mouth. $ I.C0
Five etil r. rooms, Moomaw bulIdtug. Jet
fere n street, heat, water anil janitor aor
vice Ip'c.uded, per month each . fO.CO ,
Two bedroom*, third door Mt.oinaw build
Inc. heat, water ml lanitor lerviee In
eluded, per month o*ch. $8 CO
Six bedrooms third iljor Duller building,
per month each. $8.00
frfT" Also roises and lots for sale in all por?
tions of the city. Houses for sale on the instal?
ment plan Call on
J. W. BOOWEI-L,
Heal Estate and Itental Agent UOJj Jnrcrson St.
7- room house on Luck avenue. ^H.
8- room louse ou .Mountain uveciic, $Fi.
li room house on Roror avenue, $tl.
li room house on Henry etrctt, $10.
!i raim house on ?ay avenue, near Henry: very
?i room house on 1'ine stroH 8. e., $0.75.
li room house ou Harrison uveiiDo n. c., mod
cm conveniences, $10.
?i-rooni hou?e on Harrison avenue a. e.. $5.
t3F~ Wc have for ealo splendid bargains in
dwellings, business property, vacant, lots and
farm lands. Wo can interest you and save you
much money by calling on us.
T. E B.Hartsook&Co ,
These for Bargains ?
A '.' room residence on a large lot, South .IriTer
poa street, with bath and nil conveniences, onlv
SI.0C0; $3 VI cash balance easy monthly payments.
This honse could not be bntit for $l.7<.ti. Wo
have had some bargains before, hut this beats
them all. If yon want a bargain in real etiate
this is your chance.
A R-room cottage in the Southwest, on gocd
eize let?a big bargain m fOjU?f;L0 t:ish, bal?
ance $S per month.
Ninety acres of the finest land in Koanokc
county, four miles from ltoanoke, 10-rooin house,
barn and outbuildings, good spring and spring
branch through the land, a good orchard and nt
teen acres In tine oak timber, only fcjj per acre, i
It * c Iii % worth double that amount.
Twelve acres In the town of Vinton-Jtist the J
place for a truck uarden quality of land first
claes, anil is dirt cheap at ?liJ0. ace thia. It will
A good S room honse In Southwest?all modern
conveniences, heated by furnace, etc.
A uice S or !? room house on South Jefferson
street, all conveniences.
An fi-room house on Border street e. e ; nath
tmi all conveniences; $lo per monto.
'.? room house, close In, nil convenleocts und
A list of. your licnscs, lots or furms tor sale.
We are In the business to stay, anc. can make
It to your Interest to deal with us <;ivc us a
call. We will ireat you right.
lfO .IkFFKKSON stkekt.
SCROFULA AND ULCERS CURED.
There is no doubt, according to the
many remarkable cures performed by
Botanic Blood Balm ("B. B. U."i, that
it is far the heat Tonic and Blood Purifier
ever manufactured. All others pale into
insignificance, when compared with it.
It cures pimples, ulcer.-, skin diseases,
ami all manner of lilood and skin ail?
ments. Buy the hc-t, and don't throw
your money away on substitutes. Try
the lorn; tested and old reliable B. H. B.
$1.00 pur large bottle. For sale by all
A few months ago Mr. Byron Every,
of Woodstock. Mich., was badly alllictcd
with ^rheumatism. Mis right leg was
swollen the full length, cans ng hint
great siilTcrimr. He was advised to try
Chamberlain's Pain Balm. The first hot
tie of It helped him considerably and the
second bottle effected a cure. The "J-"i
und ?l? cent sizes are for sale by II. t'.
BAHN KS, "lie put- up prescriptions.1'
If you once use it you will never again
be without it. Pond's Extract is nature's
own remedy for aches and pains.
REAL EST ATI
8-rooni liouso in Northwest, nice locution, cor- '
ncr lot, ft.vrX; $50 cash and *r.? IVi per month. I
This b n bargain fur n i-allruad man.
l-toooi house in good location, $8*0; *s cash I
uiul err month, a Imrjiilu for ti shop mat .
Uoantltiil 5-room h-m-e on Ktghth avenue s. o , I
cloeetil. largo lot ?i-.li shade, ?1,9:0; $3'J cash i
:uui $19 per inonl h.
H-rooin dwelling two blocks from Market
?<! tare, $3M>; p&yrueuu very easy.
A Root] il-rooui brick dwelllug, large lot, l:i I
Southwest Koanoko, with plenty of shade, ?:,<lu i
cash, is wcii worth .?l.too.
B-roara dwelling In Northwest Bonnoke, $','<n. j
f.'j cash and $5 per month. Call be rontcd Tor |
more than the roouthly payment.
Nicely papered Trooni house, enrrn lot. In !
best pa-tot Southwest, with modern improve- [
monu, stable.and can tape hou-e, wltb several !
other outbuildings, $l,tk(; $2UJ rash and $17 per j
d-ronm honte in \\>>t Bud, lar^c lot, "ice leca I
ttou, $i.sto; #inj cusli and *u5 i-t.- mouth.
O-rooni house, l?rge corner lot, southeast, |
fSflO; $?i cast *Dd$.Upei month. j
7 room awelllng, with newer connection, stable ?
anu othor necessary outbuUdluds, r i,"11 ; f ?11 I
catli, $13.50 per mouth without interest.
0 room house on llcary street n. w . $1.0CP; f25 |
cash in.it $10 per mouih wltb no Interest. 1? '
retittiiu; now ror (SCO.
Two .'( room co'tagCB, with basement room, |
scwet connection, nice psrden und goodlocation, |
$800 each; $15 cash and per momh with luter
"-room home on Sixth avenue e. w , nicely '
papered. Prlte (1,500; $15 cash and $i5 pctmontn. I
Konto now for f.ie.
6-room bou?e on larirc !ot, near Itoaaoke and
Southern railroad, newly recced, bouse In good j
condition, $1.2MI; J."i0 m-h and $18.50 per month. |
One ol the best rc-i11? uces on Church street, !i
rooms, lurgi lot, heel, location, cost $8500. l>. !
beautiful conditionlustde ai d out Price $3,500;
$51)0 rush. $ ?& i.rr month; 16 renting now at $25
per mouih Also two other splendid '>urir.ainB on
One of the most doslrr.bloand tvst located ntis
iness bouses, iu the very host part of the business
contru of the city. One-fourth ot the nrlee cash
and rent will pay the balance. It is renting
now for 14 tier cent, of the price asked. There la i
no bitter investment In the city than this Wc
have several other line bargains In business .
properly on Salem avenue and .Jefferson street.
0 room house near West Uriel round iiourn.-, $H5U; I
$.",0 cash and $10 per mouth.
Nieolv papered ii room house on lie best part of
Hoventh avenue n. o., $s.5l'; $50 casli and in por
Good vacant lot to exchange for a horse.
?()') acre farm 3J$ inl.es from Koanoice, izoort i
improvements, well fenced and watered, plenty j
of timher, nice young orchard, $2,?0U?terms
easy. This Is a great bargain.
CO-ae.re larm close to K-junoU?, In ^'ood condit?
ion, $1.600 cash.
'.?4 acres of bottom innd IS miles from Holltns.
with $2.5ri0 brick house, at ihecdpc of a beautiful
1? acre ..'row ot forest oaks Ktduced to $-10 per
acre. This is a splendid barealn.
180 acres near lloliin* Institute, reven miles -
from Koanoke city, forty acres ot which Is levol,
the balance upland, part ly l imbercd good wuter,
fairly good Improvements, tine peach and apple
orchard, land well adapted to I ruck rarmlng, all
kinds fruit aad grapes. Price now $1,500; easy
If you want to buy or rent, er.ll or exchange,
come and bcc us.
T. W. SPINDLE & CO.,
No. K Campbell Avenue S. AV.
; Dwelling, 14 rooms, on large lot on Campbell
: street; $3,KI0.
Lot, 69 feet front en Sal-ni avenue near ti.-e
I Blgh School: price, $8G0.
I Dwelling, l'i rooms, all conveniences, on
j Church street; .*! 5L0.
A bloek or 10 lots. ieOxSlo feet, neor West Bod
roundhouse; pi ice, $1,0 u.
Dwelling.6 rooms, on comer lot, on l-'ourth
avenue u. e.; Jti'iO.
''orncr lot on l-'ratklin road, 110 feet front;
Dwelllug on Campbell street, east cf Park
street, at a -ery low lfguie.
Od acres, six miles from town, $1,150.
150 acres, well inn roved; $5,CUJ.
'11 acres of truck land, V mile from town;
ISO acres, four miles from town; $J,C0U.
Writo for list ot town and country property.
j. F, Wienau,
Real Estalo and Rentol Agent,
Ground Floor, Terry Building.
Tetter, Snlt-Itlieum ami Eczema.
The intense itching; ami smarting, inci?
dent to these diseases, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eyo and
Skin Dint merit. Many very bad cases
have boon permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles ami
a favorite remedy for soro nipples,
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts.per box.
Dr. L'ady's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bud
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best, in uso to put n
horse in prime condition. Price 25
cents per package.
CATOG NPS HESTA I'll A NT
Is now open in tho roar of the confec?
tionery. .Meals: Breakfast, cents.
Dinner, 25 cents. Supper, 25 cents.
Meal tickets $4.
Beautiful limps, latest style, lowest
prices. Gravntt's Pair, Salem avenue.
,c APX POTTIES
S> ON THE
A few Special Bargains which
wo wish you to investigate:
a renm dwelling, s< a<honet,lot ICOxHIO; special
bargain at $1,310; cash ??"? ?, lulmcc cuey pay?
;;-r.)om dwelling, Northwest, rear West Kint
round hotiso, utcoly papered, fsjO; cai-h $50,
10 room nvrclltrg with nil convenlenci s, on
Church atom*. *:t;lo: rash (ISOO, monirlv *?-??>.
ll-ronm nwrll'ng. Northeast, well locuud $?01 ;
cacti *>o, monthly $ti
11 room dwelling, Second avenue n. w., lot
.Mix-si. *.MC; oa?] term*.
n-room cottage, Son;heart; great bargain nt
i; room (l welling, Xorth'aei. near Graes I ihhrcb,
$l,ttO; rash $!(?!, t aiane?: monthly.
i-rrcra owelling near Hdmont school, fS5t;
cs?h $:>", monthly $|0.
IIroom dwelling, B.'ghth uvot.uc s.w., i'.'l)':;
c:sh f " (: monthly $\i.
7-ro'>in dwelling, sulcm avenue s. w , huth. hot.
and cohl water, stable und larrlagu honie, $1,0 a.
la-room dwelling wi'h all conveniences. Church
avenue, lot ii'fxsoi, fi.ooo. c.sh si.w-o: balance
Broom dwelling. Campbell tvenuc s. w., with
all conveniences, $3,00?.
lOrrora dwelling, Jeirerson street, with all
convenience*; offered at a sacrifice
12 room dwclliue, laryc iot, on Church avenue,
7 room dwelling. Ts/.ewcll avenue e. e., $1,050;
cash $lfHl, monthly $w.
ia room dwelling with all conveniences, large
stable and cirrlagu house, on Henry street; big
bargain at f'.\Mo.
Nlnety-eignt acre farm live miles from city,
two oouiforiabln dwellings, younc orchard,
plen'y of spring water, $1,UU; cash t2i?; balance
yenrlv pa) ments.
Kilty flvo acres, rVro">m dwelling, stable und
harn, ii o young >elect bearing appio trees, l.lioJ
grapevines, $1,6^0; .third cash.
Two lots in Hclmont, near school building,
EOxlCO. $<>ti ??.???: on luatal ment.
Beautiful NiFdlng lot, uear corner Jefferson
and Tazcwcll, offered at a sacrifice.
PACE & BOBBITT,
No. io JoficrHou St..
l'col Estate ?cd Itcntal Agents, for Bargains.
? BLOOD BALM
THE GREAT REMEDY
OR ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES
Baa been thoroughly tested by
eminent, phyaloiana and the peo?
ple for forty years. And cures
qulokly and permanently
SCROFULA. ULCERS, ECZEMA. I
RHEUMATISM. CATARRH, ERUPTIONS. .
and all ojannerof BATING.?PREADIN?and 1
RUNNING BOIIE3. It la by far tho beattonto |
and bioud purihur ever oCcred f.1 tfe? world.
Fnin t'Z? Mittat '? b3K?G f- - 33T^ "oluis I
up tno ncaitn ami atreugia toqi loo unc ?use.
For aalo by druagiats. I
BL0U0 BALM v..v.. Atlanta. Ga.
The Largest, Best
and Most Attractive
Lot Ever Brought to
Roanoke. . . . . . . .
207 Commerce St. s. w.
Mr. Ward L, Smitli, of Fredericks,
town. Mo., was troubled with chronic
diarrhoea fur over thirty years. He hail
become fully satisfied that it. was only
a question of a short time until he would
have to give up. Ho had been treated by
some of the best physicians in Europe uul
America, but got no permanent relief,
One dty he picked up a newspaper and
chanced to read an advertisement of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar?
rhoea Remedy. He got bottle of it, the
first dose helped him and its continued
use cured him. For stile bv II (.'. Barnes,
i "He puts up .>rosoriptions."