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Death's face is not a pleasant thing to
look upon, yet thousands of men and wo?
men go about daily with the reflection of
death in their faces. The dull eyes, the
fallow complexion, the sunken cheeks, the
emaciated form, all tell the story of the In?
sidious advances of that implacable foe?
consumption. Doctors have declared that
consumption is incurable. It is not. Thou?
sands of consumptives have testified to
their complete recovery after they were
given up by the doctors and all hope was
gone. It is simply a matter of going to Un?
seat of the trouble which is imperfect
and improper nutrition.
Dr. Piercc's Golden Medical Discovery
does this. It corrects all disorders of the
digestion. It invigorates the liver. It
makes assimilation perfect. It fills the
blood with the elements that build new
healthy tissue in every organ of the body.
It is the great blood-maker and flesh-builder.
It cures ?vS percent, of all eases of consump?
tion. All good druggists sell it.
II. Gaddis, Esq., of No. .^t.; S. J. SUrret, Tncon-.n.
Washington, write*! I was taken ill in iSSj
witti headache and i>.iin in my hack. I called in
n doctor mid he came three times. He said I was
bilious, but I kept getting worse I took a cough
sc. thai t could not sleep only bv being propped
in bed. My hingt hurt mc. and i ti"i ho poor that
i was skin and bone. I thought I was going to
die. 1 saw the 'Golden Medical Discovery' rec?
ommended for a cough. I tried .1 bottle of it and
it did rac so much good that i tried another one
and ii made me Muud nnd well, so i recommend
it to everybody, it saved my life.''
A headache is a symptom of constipation.
Dr. ricu-e's Pleasant Pcllcts,ctirc constipa?
tion, promptly and permanently. They do
not gripe. Druggists sell them.
Ft Y. -
Schedule in Effect
November S, 1806.
WESTBOUND LEAVE ROANOKE
5:45 a in. (Washington ami Chattanooga
limited) for Bristol, intermediate sta?
tions and the South and West. Pull?
man sleepers to New Orleans and Mem?
phis Connects at Rad ford tor Blue
field ami Pocahontns.
4:25 p. in., the Chicago Express for Rad
Ford, Bluefield, Pocahontns, Ivenova,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Lou's,
Kansas City. Columbus and Chicago.
Pullman Buffet Sleeper Kouuoke to
Columbus. Also for Pulaskl, Wythe
ville. Bristol, Knoxville, Chattanooga
and intermediate points.
TRAINS ARRIVE A T ROANOKE.
From Norfolk 5:30 a. m.; 4:15 p. in.
From 1 lagerst own 5:30 a. in.; 4:10 p. in.
Froiu Winston 1:15 p. in.
From Bristol and the West 1:35p. in.;
11:10 p. m.
NORTH AND EASTBOUNDj LEAVE
1:50 p, in. for Petersburg, Richmond and
1:45 p. in. for Washington, Hagerstown,
I'hiladelp'nia and New York.
11:30 p. m.^ for Richmond and Nor.elk.
Pullman.sleepers Roanoke to Norfolk
and Lynchburg to Richmond.
11:25 p. in. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Washington, Hagerstown,
Philadelphia and New York. Pullman
sleepers to Washington via. Slu-nan
doah Junction and Baltimore and Ohio
Durham Division?Leave Lynch burg
(Union station) daily 4:00 p. m. for
South Boston and Durham and inter?
Witthton-Salem Division?L'-ave Roanoke
(Union ^station) dally 2:00 p. m. and
K.O0 a. in. daily, except Sunday (Catnp
lull street station) for Rocky Mount,
Marti tisville, Wiustou-Suleiu und Intel
For all additional Information apply
;-t ticket office or to W. B. Bevill, General
Passenger Agent, Roanoke, Va.
M. F. Bragg, Traveling i'asse-nger
i~u Attorney-ill Law and Commission!
Lock-Box 11(1. Roanoke. or Room 10,
Second Floor Kirk Law lluildiim.
' UJU-?-:' 132 Salem Ave.
T ~'/Y) >' *sc>-v
"?'7 y^T V' < ?ver Traders'
. .. ~ Loan .V Trust Co
Curiosities ol Ktlqnette In the Neth?
An hniiituTied girl in Holland always
takes the rigid tirni <d lier escort, while
tho married ono selects tin left side of
In r husband. So deeply lias this custom
entered into the life of Hollanders thill
-..* it wedding I hobride enters the church
i the right side of lb.1 groom, the
y< niig wife returning oil tin- left side of
her husband when the ceremony lias
been performed. No unmarried lady in
this country can dream of going to
church, a concert or any other place of
public assemblage without tin- escort of
;,: rents or male members of tin- family.
Slu-. cannot Ink'- a walk, pay a visit or
go shopping nuaccouipanicd by bor
mother or some married lady friend.
The Holland young lady docs not go
to llie theater with tin- gentleman who
1 as been introduced to her n week bo
fun-, neither does she vary her beau to
suit her dress or contplexion. Unmarried
daughters are chaperoned to all places
of amusement. Even dancing pari ie? uro
interspersed with songs, recitations,
etc., for tho amusement of elders of tho
family who sit anmnd tables socially
nipping their coffee, wine or other favor
< (i beverage, while tho young members
glide over the waxed floors to tin fitful
strains of music. Hen- the young must
make the best of thoir opportunities, for
when it pleases tint parents to seel; the
quiet solace of tho bouse the daughters
also quit the gaycty of the ballroom.?
Tin* theatre hat law rcccnily passed l>\
tin- city fathers of Unicngo is a most i-x
ccllcnt oho nod it Is one that would add a
groat deal to the pleasure of the theatre
toei - of our city as well. At the Alle
ghnuy Institute entertainment on Friday
even!nc much of the enjoyment of the
occasion was taken away from tho.se who
were ?o unfortunate as to have scuts a
little back. That such things should
have to be regulated by law is indeed
hard. Experience is said to be the best
teacher, but it has not proved efllcacinus
in regard to the repeated wearing of large
hats >>u occasions like thia in Kounokc.
The Wednesday Club's valentine pnrty
at the home of Miss Dornoy on Monday
evening was another one of these charm?
ing little entertainment- they know so
well how to giro. The gentleman guess?
ing the name of the lady whose eyes only
could be seen through the openings in a
sheet was awarded the company of that
lady as his valentine during the remain
tier of the evening. The Indies present
were: Miss Massio, In white organdie,
lace and spangles; Miss Suundcrs. pink
figured organdie; Miss Kttst, pink organ?
die trimmed in black velvet: Miss Me
Clanahan, yellow satin: Miss Korer,
white organdie; Mus Manche Korer,
dowered swiss; Mtss Cheatwood, of
Lynchhtirg, green mull: Miss Straus,
white orzundic, red roses; Miss Talia
ferro, pink organdie; Miss Antrim, of
Chnrlottesvilte, blue tinsel gau/.e; Miss
Dornoy. fellow mull, black feathers. The
gctll leinen were: Messrs. Penn. Prltclu'trd,
Fitzgerald, McClauahan, W. Davis.
Wood, Van!.car. Denison, Montague,
Saundcrs, Stras, Marston, Flshburnc,
Kent. Duke and Handy.
Mrs. ltcginnld Koehlcr gnve u very j
pleasant progressive heart party on
Thursday afternoon. There were six
tables in spite of the inclement weather.
The first prize wit* won,by Mrs. A. It.
Hammond aftercuttinirwith Mrs. Linien
II. Cocke. The holies playing were:
Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. Ferguson, Mrs.
Churchhill, Mrs. Uoeke, Mrs. Dornoy,
Mrs. Spaulding. Mrs. Graham Anderson,
Mrs. Star key, Mrs. Green, Mrs. I.ml wig,
Miss Ludwig, Mrs. Veatmnn, Mrs. Shor
rick, Mrs. S. K. Campbell. Mrs. Camp
bell, Mr-. Kvans. Mrs. SJ K. Jones, Mr*.
Saabye, Mrs. Cocke. Mrs. G?lls, Mrs.
Carpenter, Mrs. Mcilttuh. Mrs. Allen and
Miss Lizzie Tnliaferro entertained on
Thursday evening in honor of the Terty
Hill Whist Club. As some of the guests
ilid not play whist progressive dominoes
wns played instead. 'I hose present were:
Misses If ust. Korer, Manche Korer,
Stras, Doi-jey, Antrim, Massic and Saun
tiers: and Messrs. .lohn Hein. Pcnu, Dick?
er sou, Dcnisou, Barnitz, Sntindcrs, Kerns
Mrs. Joseph W*. Coxo gave ti most de?
lightful beul t pnrty on XVednesdny even?
ing. The first prizes were won 1 y Mrs.
Mingc-n and Mrs. Henderson und the sec?
ond by Mrs. Hobart. The guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Lufferty, Mrs. Alfriend,
Mr. ami Mrs. Gltlis, Mr. Hanfor.1, Mr.
and Mrs Churchill, Mrs. Watts, Mr. and
Mr-. Spaulding, Miss Hill, Mr. and Mrs.
Sauoderson, Mr. and .Mrs. Henderson,
Mr. and Mrs. Ycntman, Mr. and Mrs.
Luden Cocke, Miss Pallowfield, Mr. and
Mrs. Hobart, Mrs. Mingen, T)r. Harrison,
Judge Robertson, Mr. Schick and Mr.
The farce comedy and the fan e tragedy
rendered l?y tie- Allegheny Dramatic As?
sociation on Friday evening was very
good indeed. It is a matter of -peculation
whether there is anything Mr. A. K.
Handy cannot do. This in passing. All
of"the characters were well taken.
The play for the benefit of the public
library which is to be given on March *?', '
is said to especially bright and catchy,
it is a story of two impecunious young
Frenchmen and their lugeidous 'schemes
for bettering their financial status. They
cannot but be congratulated upon their
ultimate success although to attain it they
arc forced to trample upon the affections
of matrimonially inclined landlady ami
to speculate upon the fictitious fort tine of
a deceased uncle who unluckily comes to
life when the climax of their triumph is
about reached. Mr, A. K. Handy and
Mr. Taylor Miller will take these parts.
The lending Indies will be Miss Jen?
nings, Miss McClauahan, Miss Manche
Ko'rer und Miss Massic. The play will
most probably be given at the Academy
Quite a treasure lias been found in the
person of one Cteo. 1.a vender, at one time
' porter on the private ear of Mr. I?. W.
Flick wir. He i- springing into promi?
nence as u man who can take entire
charge of entering at entertainment of
any kind. As such be will be a boon to
those who dread the great amount of
trouble attending such things.
There are several card parties lor the
Mrs. Malcolm Hryun entertained a
large nuiiilicr of guests on Sat unlay af?
ternoon from half past, four until half
pilSt si.X. The rooms were beaut if ulh
decorated wit h palms and other hot house
plants. The very had weather kept a great
m.'iny a wax.
$100 NKWAHI), t1?!"
The render of this paper will be pica tied
to learn there is at least one dreaded dis?
ease that science has been aide to cure ill
nll'its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall s
Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure
known to I ho medical fraternity. Catarrh
liciug a constitutional disease, requires a
const it nt i. ma I i real i neu t. II all's! 'a.nrrh
j ('tin- is taken Internally, acting i'.itee.tly
on tin- blood and mucous surfaces ol the
I system, thereby destroying the founda?
tion of the disease, ami giving the pa?
tient strength by building up the const!?
ttitioti and assisting nature in tlnl-.i^ its
work. The proprietors have so much
faith in it- curative powers, tbtt they
offer Cae Hundred Dollars for alij case
j thai. ii. fails to cure, r ctul lor li-t .if tes
Address, V. .1. C1IKXKY .V CO., To
I ledo, O.
Hold by Druggists, inc.
SMITH ?KOTHENS COUGH DROPS.
One of these drops put into the mouth
lief on- going t o bed loosens t be phlegm and
causes the patient to enjoy a comfortable
night's sleep. Fresh lot just, received ami
for sale, ? cents per box, by ,1. .1. CA
Among the Churches
Itcv. lt. W. Piitton will arrive in Ron
noko on iIn- early morning train ami re,!
I nlar services will bo conducted by Ulm at
, Christ ('hut ch.
Usual l en iccs nt St. John's Church In
?lay. It : possible Unit Dr. Meudo wiil
Hailr.mtl V. M. C A.?Services this!
aftcrmu.il Hi the West VmA building for
! men ami women. Address by .lames A. |
; Tiniherliike, the nml!tor's otlice. I'lie
public cordially Invited.
There will Im services at tho First linn
tist Church to-day ai 11 a. m. ami 7:80
p.m., by the pastor, Rev. Thus. J. Ship
; man. Morning subject. "Special Provi
j deuce " Evening subject, "The Christ
of Judgment." This will be the second
in Mr. Shipman's series or sermons on
the second coming of Chris*-.
German Baptist?Today at 11 a.m.
F.liler Hutchinson will direct the atten?
tion of his congregation to " The Yoke of
Christ vs. That of Sin." At 7:30 p. in.
lie will deliver a special address to the
young people. This being the last of his
labors before his Roanoke audiences, it is
just to say that it is regretted by many
that he cannot icmaio longer to deliver
more of Ids very interesting Bible sei
Grace Church?There will be preaching
nt Urace Church to-day at 11 a. m. and
7:80 ??>. m., by the pastor. Rev. Ohas. I), j
Bulla. Subject for the morning, "Our
Neighbors:" evening, ?'Triumph of the
Saints Over Death." Sunday-school at
0:00 a. m., \V. K. Thomas, superintend?
ent. A new class formed for strangers
and visitors Lesson illustrated for the
children. Prayer meeting Wednesday
evening; Epworth League Friday evening.
Rending room open for young men,
aloud'!}-, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur?
day evenings; for 'young ladies Tuesday
evenings of each week.
United Brethren?At ll a. m. the ;>;i
tor, Rev. s. L. Rice, will take for Ids
subject, "The [Lust War," and at 7:30
! will preach the tirst in a series of four
sermons on "Divine llenling," answering
the question, "Doestho Atonement Cover
Bodily as well as Spiritual'Ills?" Fine
music will accompany each service
Services at the Fourth Avenue Chris?
tian Church will be conducted as usual
by the pastor. Rev. Ira \V. Kimmel. Bible
school at 0:80; preaching at 11, sermon
subject, "Possibilities of the Man of
Faith:" Christian Endeavor at 0-:it>. At
7:30 a special service will be held for the
Independent Order Odd Fellows, which
will he attended by them in a body.
Preaching nt Greene Memorial M. F.
Church, South, by the pastor, Rev.
Thomas F. Carson. Morning subject,
"Eyes That. Are Holden;" evening sub
eel. "Sowing ami Reaping." Inv'tatiou ,
at each service to unite with the church. '
Sunday school at 9:00 a. ni. Epworth j
Leacrue devotional meeting at 7 p. m.
There will be preaching at St. James 1
M. E. Church, South, at 11 a. in. and 7:30 ;
p. m. by Rev. II. [. Stephens, the pastor.
The morning sermon will bo "Christian
steadfastness," ami the evening subject,
"Lying." New members will be received
at each service.
East Roanoke Baptist Church.?Sun?
day school at 3 p. in. Preaching nt ii'ght
by Wm. Lunsford. Preaching Wednes
day night by Rev. Mr. '.Hurnhurt, of Yin
; fct. Mark's.?Services at 11 'a. in. and
7:30 p. in. Sunday-school at 0:30 a. m.
Christian Endeavor service at 0:30 p. in.
Seats free. Strangers especially welcome.
St. Paul's Reformed?Services'at 11 a.
in. and 7:3(1 p. m., Rev. Lewis Heiter,
pastor. Sunday-school 8 p. m.
I. O. O. F.?Rev. Ira W. Kimmel will
preach a sermon to the Odd Fellows of
this jurisdiction this evening at 7:30
o'clock at the Fourth Avenue Christian
Church. Everybody is invited. All Odd
Fellows svlll meet in Mountain Dale hall
at i o'clock and attend in a lody.
THE DAWNlF PROSPERITY.
The South on the Verge ot a Gen?
uine Recovery in Trade.
New York, Feb. 20.?The New York
i Financier says this week:
''he statement of the clearing house
banks of New York for the week euding
February 20 is in direct contrast with
those of i wo weeks previous. After a dc
creasc of over$4,000,000cash held during
the banks there was a sudden gain of itf,
170,li00, as reported bv the cnrn-nt state
incut, for the week. Heavy shipments of
cold from the Pacific coast had a great
deal to do with the increase in specie and
perhaps 11 (Vet ted the legal tender holdings,
which show a gain of ljKi,5r>2,IOO. The
currency deposited with the Treasury to
cover retired circulation may also be re?
turning to swell the idle cash in banks.
Then, ion, the financiering of one or two
i heavy railroad orgniii/.Htio. s has Uli?
; douhtedly affected the several items of
: the statement.
Tin- falling oil of $1,020,100 in loans is
i disappointing. The loans of the banks
! in Boston and Philadelphia has shown a
tendency to expand, and it was hoped
i that tin- movement here would continue
in u similar vein.
The plethora of idle 'money is not con?
fined to New .York. .\ dispatch to the
. Financier from Chicago states that the
banks then-are seriously considering a
reduction from 2 per geeilt to 112 pet"
? cent, on country bai k lialanccsaud that
a meeting of bankers will be called this
' week to decide definitely on the matter.
Despite the accumulation of money in
the great centres forwarded, for the most
part, to secure the small hank interest
! allowed on it, evidences of'a general re
j vival in business continue to In- received
I from different sections.
The South, especially, wecms t.? be on
the verge of a I'enuine ^recovery in trade
1 and repot Is received during the week are
of the most encouraging nature. The
opening of the spring season there it- is
believ ed w ill he the IllOst lllispi ions since
the panic, and I be rest ol the country
will witness a similar awakening from
tin- lethargy of the past i,w years.
The itnprecedent d orders for steel
raiiS, tin- heavy foreign trade balances
which are being iiugmcnted now by an
enormous export of earn, ;.ll tend to one
conclusion, that the dawn ol prosperity
eai.ll.it be di laved.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
Tin- Rest Salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Fever Soros, Tetter, Chapped Hands, Chll
blains, Corns, und all Skin Eruptions,
and positively cures Piles, or no pay re?
quired. It is guaranteed to give perfect
satisfaction or money refunded. Price 28
cents per box. For sale al Massif's Phar
1 macy, 10'J .Jefferson street, Roanoke..
What More C
Only this : iisl; your ?roc-cr for it, and UMbt on t
THE N. K. FAIRE
Chlcuco, 81. Louis, New- Vo
So v2"> Bhnnandoah avr 1111o n. w? nine
looms, i.or monto. (I5.no
Hotiso on IJItih sircot n. c , three ri.oins,
uer month. $:1.IX)
'1'hree liousts on oxford *venne, Norwhh,
tlx rooms ?ach, per month.? $3 til
No. M'4 Uamiiboll avenue b. c., six rooms,
per m.inlti. $'.? CO
Ho. :t I'J rinnt strocl s. o., six rooms, per ]
N.i .'! o Third street s. e., ten rorms, per
No. IIS Itailroud avenue s. u , six rooms,
per month. JG.OO
No 113 Kj|lr< ai Avenue s e., three rooms,
per month. . $5.CO
Nine rooms over Davis' hotel, <h.lnesb..ro
arcnnc ?er month. fin.ui
No .*m 1 llatrirnu avenue n. w., 1 rooms,
per tnoi.ih. $'i U0
Two ?:or?s on Cuiursboru avenuon. w ,per
month, each. HB01
000 store, 711 Itnanoke street a. w., per mo
uuc st; re, euro: hallroad avenue and
Kandnipn street, per month. $ i.'.O
1 ive clli (j rooms. Moomaw buildlnc Jut
t'-rs ii rtrei t. heat, water and janitor tor
vice I< c!iided, per mouth each . fn.iu
Two bedroomthird Moor Moomaw build*
tne heat, water nd Janitor turvicc in
clnaed, per month i<*cb..*:ito
Six bedrooms third tljcr Didier Dulldiim,
per month each. J2.1m
CW* AI?o houses und lots for sale in all nor
t'ooe of Oic city Houses for saic uu the lut-tal
meut plan Call on
J. W. BOSWE' L,
Heul Batate and lt?ntal Arcut I10\ Jefferson St.
7 room house on Luck PlTOnue, .*'?>.
H-room hsuseoii Mountain avenue, S??
ll room house on Koror avenue, (0.
it-room house on Henry street, $10.
riom house on Day avenue, near Henry; very
Groom house on Pine strreit s. r., $6.V>.
ii rooia house on Harrison avcune n. e., mo I
ern conveniences, flO.
-t-iooui house on Uuriiaon avenue n. e., -*5.
f?F~ We !iavr for sale splendid bargains ill
dwellings, business property, vacant lote aud
tnrm lands. We can Interest joii and lave yen
much mosey by calling on ue.
These for Bargains ?
A '.? room residence on a lar^c lot. South .IriTcr
son stri ct, with bath and all conveniences, only
f i.(*t?: >jmii t-h. imlancc easy monthly payments.
This house could not be bir.lt. for fI.7?.t). Wo
have lind some nariiains before, hut this lien's
them all. If yon want a bargain in real estate
this ii your chance.
A 5-room cottace. in the Southwest, on gocd
size lot ?a big hai^aiu at JtiAl? ftlOO cash, bal?
ance f9 per month.
Ninety acres of the finest land In ltoanoke
county, four miles from Hpanoke, in-room house,
barn and outbuilding, .-out! spring and spring
branch through the land, a good orchard mitt lit
teen acres In tine oak timber, only (ttU per acre.
K'.chly worth double that amonut.
Twelve acre:" In the town of VintOD?Jost the
place tor a truck t-srden quality of land first
class, and is diti cheap at fbuO. bee this. It will
A coort s rnom house InNomhwost- all modem
j conveniencas, heated by furnace, etc.
i A nice 8 or ? room house on South .lefferson
street, all conveniences.
An S-room honse on tinnier street s. e ; nath
end all conveniences; $m jier montn.
!i room house, closo in, all convenletcts and
A list ot your houses, lots or farms for sale.
Wo arc la the business to stay, am; can m-ikc
Ittoynni Merest to deal with u.s Hive us n
call. We will treat you right.
K l, .I?KI-'KUSON sthkbt.
SCROFULA AND ULCERS CURED.
There is no ilouht, according to the
many rcmarkahlc cures performed by
Botanic Blood Halm ("B. B. B."l, thai
it i- far the best Tonic and HIooil Purifier
ever manufactured. All others pale into
insignificance, when compared with it.
It cures pimples, ulcer-., skin diseases,
ami all manner of blood and skill ail?
ments. Buy the liest, und don't throw
your money away on substitutes. Try
the long tested ami ol \ reliable B. B. ii.
$1.00 per large bottle. For sale by all
A feu months ago Sir. Byron Every,
of Woodstock, Mich., was badly afflicted
with'rheumatism. His ritdit leg was
swollen the full length, caus'.ug him
great sufferintr. lie 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 25
and 50 cent sizes are for sale by II. ('.
BARNES, ? lb- puts up prescriptions."
If you once use it you will never again
be without it. Pond's Extract Is nature's
own remedy for aches and pains.
an be Asked ?
rylng it. Largest pnekugt?greatest economy.'
JAN K COMPANY,
rt, Uoston, Phllu-ielplila.
S ro'>m house in Northwest, i.ire location, cor?
ner lot, Tl. rx ; $50 cash und $13 6"l per iiionlli.
'l'liii> ta it bargain for a railroad man.
U-roont lioiirc In good I icallou, $8 ('; fs caab
and H i>er month a bariratn for a *b?p mat.
Deautllul 5-rooni hnufeou Klghth avenue >. e ,
close In. Urge lot wiili sbnde, ljl,3!0; $5ll cash
and $13 i>cr month.
H-riMiin dwelling two blocke from Market
Sil inte, fs'ii; pivuicut* very rusy.
A good i. rnom brtca dwelling, large lot, In
South wca* lie moke, with plenty of shade, $i,lco
cash. Is well worth $1.500.
0-room iiweii ng in Not tit wee I Itoaonke, soar.
#5 cash und $fi |ier month, (.'im ho routed for
more t it ah ibu monthly payutout.
Ntcoly papered 7room house, cortor lot. In
beat pa t of Southwest, with modern Improve
menu, ?table and earilage bonxe, with M-vcral
i other outbulldlugs, $I,IM; $2UJ cash and $17 per
aVroom house In West Rnd, large, lot, nice Iccn
tlon, $ i.sjsi; Jim cash and $i? tsr mouth
(broom house, l?rgn corner lol, Southeast,
f>-*0: $Vi caai nid$lnpor month.
7 room owelllng, wltu sewer connection, stable
ana other necessary oittbutldlntta, $1,800; $.0
cash. *1J 50 per month wit rout intens:.
0 room house on Henry street n. w . $1 <?!",?'; f 25
oirli and fin per tnoutb with no interest. Is
renting now for *st.o.
Two a room cottages, with basement room,
?ewer rontii cllon, moo garden und good location,
$300 each; cash mid $."i per mouth wllh Inter
'?room liotise on Sixth avenue s. w, nicely
papered. Price $1,500; lib caab and $i5 pci month.
Uenta now for *.n.
n-room house rn largo lot, near Itoitnokc and
Southern railroad, newly fenced, house In good :
couditton. $1,SSU; $A(icasti and $ in 00 per month.
One oi the beat reatdencea on Church stiert, tl
, rooms, iargn lot, best location, cost $8000. l>
iisuntiftii condition titeln? at a out Trice f^BXO;
j $500ca*h. $35 per n-outh; is renting now at $35
per t:..>iiiii Albo two olhor splendid t-atcains on
Une ot the mosi desirable and b-st located bus?
iness roii-cs. In the very liest part of the business
centre of the city. One-fourth ol Hit price cash
ann ,<<c rout will pay the titlan-p. It Is rrntlUg >
1 now for M per cent, or the price asked. There is ;
no better investment in the city than this Wc
have several other tine bargains In business i
p.-operty on Salem avenue and Jefferson street.
ii remit house t.car West Knd round house, $'.?5');
$00 cash mid $11) per month.
Nicolv patieren ii room tiouse on he best ]iart nt
Seventh avenue u. o., $s5'j; $50 cash and $3 pur
flood vacant lot to exchange for a horse.
FA It MLS:
Co) sere farm ZH inl.es from Hoanoke, pood
improvement- well fenced and watered, pleuty
of timber, nice young orchard, $3.SOU?lentis
easy. Title Is a great bargain.
C0-:icre farm cl jse to ltianuke, in ?_? >od condit?
ion, $1.000 cash.
IM acres of bottom land 1 H miles from llnlllns,
with $3,500 brick bouse, at thoedcrof u beautiful .
10 acre grove of forest oaks Ittduced to $t0 per
acre. "i his I* a splendid bargain.
13(1 acres near llolline Institute, seven miles
; from Koanoke city, forty acres of which is level, |
j the balance nplnnd. partly timbered good water,
. fairly good improvements. Hue peach and apple
orchard, land well adapted to truck farming, all
kinds frftlt und grapes. Price now $1,50C; rusy
If you want to buy or rent, sell or exchange, l
enmc nnd see us.
T.W. SPINDLES CO,,
No. s Campbell Avenues. XV.
Dwelling, 11 rooms, on large lot on Campbell
street; $V no
Lot. r,!l feet front en Sal-m avenue near the
High School: price, $Sbtl.
Dwelling, in rooms, nil convenient ee, on
Church street; ?3 5JJ.
A b'ock or 16 lotH. (1X1x310 feet, near West Knil
l>i:iudliOusc; ptice, $1,0.0.
Dwelling, 0 rooms, on corner lot, on I'onrth
avenue u. u.; $U(jo.
'"omcr lot on Franklin road, 110 feet front;
Dwelling on Campbell street, east of I'ark
sltecl, at ii .'erv low tlguic.
'.'ti acres, six miles from town. $1,150.
150 acres, well Imtrovcd; $5,000.
32 acres of truck land, , mile from town;
189 ncres, four miles from town; $3,000.
Write for list of town and conntry property.
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
Ground Floor, Terry Building.
Tetter, Sult-llltcuin and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting, inci?
dent to these diseases, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eyo and
Skin Ointment. Many very had cases
have been permanently cured by it. it
is equally efficient for itching piles and
ii favorite remedy for Bore nipples,
chapped hands, Cuilbluins, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 23 cts. per box.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put n
horse in prime condition. Price 23
cents per package.
Is now open in the rear of the confec?
tionery. Meals: Breakfast, 23 cents.
Dinner, 23 cents. Supper, 23 cents.
Meal tickets $>1.
Beautiful lamps, latest style, lowest
prices. Gravatt's Pair, Salem avenue.
The following list is woith your
v< room dwelling with nil conveniences. on
Ol-nrcb avonw. fS.?cl); cash f.vin monthly *?S.
D room dwelling, OaiiipheM avenue s. w., with
all convenlenc**, fS,OiKi Term* rlubt.
la room Dwelling on S.tlcin avenue c. w ; gtoa*
tin r?ttln Ml M.S II.
Ti room dw Mtn?; wl'hall conveniences,Chnrclt
n-.coip. lot i-s*i.. ttl.OOO. c.-h gl.UCfl; balance
I loom rnMtge, Southeast; lot s'sl:'.: great
liar/inn at Wl/ .
II room rtwellliiK on Tuzewell avenue, corr er
lot. Hetty papered, (d.Oio; oath ftto, balance
f'?? |,i r ii ontli
7 room it well In^ near thops, s lUtbeaat, fl.r.v :
c.i-'i f i.v : monthly fill
T-rooin dwelling, nai'i awl all ronvpnIer.ee*.
rarnir lot, iicai Ur?co Ubutctt, fn.M.t.; good
ll-r.tom dwu'llnv. North vp?t. rear Wont Kmt
ton hi luvt*?, nicely papered, (SSO; cash f'ti,
f.room dwelling and collar, two squares from
inarbQi lot 45zt:n)a fsv; cash left, monthly fin.
i trtv a-re farm r?S mile's Irom Koanokc, rem
fortable dwedtog, 95 scree In limber, balance ".i
cultivation, line gatden larm. ISM1; cash ftrUC,
balance one two and i nr?>e years.
Klgnty-fonr acre larm llvoui'hs from That ton,
9? acte* in limber, balance in cultivation, 0 room
riwelllu^ Ri.d stable, 7 o bearing anple treer,
JsV); one-third C??h. balance nnn and two years.
I'.>rty-tlve acre farm three miles from Vision.
" room* dwelling, two hams, three arres In jronnit
orchard, well supplied with apilnsj water, ftiOU;
cash f li.U; balance one, two nail three years
Ninely-eipnt ncre farm six mileB from Koan?
okc. thttty fivuscres in timber, two comfortable
dwellings on the farm, yoiinc o'cbard, IIdc
Kras* land, f- t,-20O; one-tourth casli, balance ouc,
two and three veora.
Forty-enjht. acres 4X miles from the c'tv, com?
fortable loi; house of turei; roomn six *ere? river
bottom; ?real bargain at S-i 0; flGO cish, balance
one ai'd two years.
%9f~ If you wleli to buy or rent, sell or ex
i hange, call and sec us.
PACE & BOBBITT,
Iteal Eetule aud Rental Agents,
No. IO .B<'Il< rso:i Stroot.
THE GREAT REMEDY
i FOR ALL BLOOD AND SKIN DISEASES
Has beon thoroughly tested by
emiDont phyalaiaiiD and the peo?
ple for forty years, and cures
quickly and permanently
I SCROFULA, ULCERS. ECZEMA, 9?
I RHEUMATISM. CATARRH, ERUPTIONS, .h
. und ?11 manner of EATING. 8PRKAOINO and V
I liONNINf* BORES. It is by far the beat tonic
.and mood punnor euer gjwfwd *0 tM world. >
) Frioo t* z-- omStMU/B^S ^ -wild? $
, up tno neuitn ana strengen 'loin I? ?m uuse. ^_
' For aale by drugffiitt. 97
[SENT FREE worn?u'FoiPcDHEB. J
BLUUD BALM oJ? Atlanta, Ga. "
That Cannot be put in Good
Order at the New Home
Office, 309 Henrv
Where will bo found the line DHOP
CABINET admired by so many
people for benuty and convenience;
also a vnriety of tlio difi'eretit
machines made by this company,
which, if examined by those who
wish to buy, side by sido with
other makes of machines, crtu
readily see they deserve all the
praise they have merited in finish,
durability, light-running; ami jipr
feci wo- li.
So?" Give us ii call before you buy.
Thanking the people for their libeial
pntt'ouuge iu the past,
I remain respectfully,
W. H. STRICKLER,
SOU 11 EM It V STKEET, ROANOKE, VA