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Kven baby on
*?* detstauds tfiat it
is not right that
*r tnothe: should l)C
KaSaL-W^^Mll nenfou?, fretful
11 nnd cross, llaby
wonders whnt is
the matter. Baby
help if he could.
It lies with lite
woman herself to help herself. No one else
can do it. She ?.'.iu help herself if sin- will.
If a woman wilt take proper care of her
womanly self; if she will use the right rem?
edy for weakness and disease of Uie otj;;:ns
that bear the burdens of maternity, she
will soon lie healthy, vigorous and amiable.
She will he nble to help baby, instead of
leaving baby to try and help bei.
A wonderful remedy for weakness nnd
disease of the organs that make wifchood
and motherhood possible is found in Dr.
Pieree's Favorite Prescription. It nets di?
rectly on these organs. It makes them
strong and healthy. It has transformed
thousands of suffering, pain-racked women
into healthy, happy wives and mothers. It
allays inflammation, soothes pain, and
Btcadies and invigorates the nerves. It pre?
pares for wifchood and motherhood. It in?
sures inherently healthy children. All
good druggists sell it. There is nothing
just the same" or "just as good." The
druKKist who tells you there is, is cither
mistaken or dishonest.
Mrs. Joseph Simmons, of Hnxclgrecn, Ornnt
Co., Wis., writCSI " Inclosed foul ;,i cents in
postage stamps, for which please send rac the
Medical Adviser' in cloth cover. I have used
your Dr. Plcrce's Favorite Prescription, nnd his
"Golden Medical Discovery' anil 'Pellets? and
have received a great tlc.il of benefit Iror.t them."
When a story writer puts in a doctor he is
always said to "Look wise." Over one
million people have looked wise and acted
wisely. They have bought Dr. Pieree's
Common Sense Medical Adviser. Of these
wise folks, (00,000 of them paid Si..So n copy
for the book. It was cheap at that. It is a
book of I008 pages, with 300 illustrations.
Think of that. A medical book too. Every?
body knows how expensive a medical edu?
cation is. Now there is a great edition of
this book, that is being given away. You
pay the cost of mailing, that's all. You send
31 one-cent stamps for the book in strong
manilla covers. If you desire a fine em?
bossed French cloth cover, send ,v one-cent
stamps. Address, World's Dispensary Med?
ical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
cured In 6 to 36 days. Yon canW?^
homeforsomeprlco under samognaran!
KlKyml pn f,or toC0IUC uc? wo?i?corV
trnct to pay railroad fareandhotelbllla?S
Soeharjre.if wo tall to cure, if jol"have akenuer
cury. Iodide potash, and etlll havo aches ar5
psiriB. Mucousf-atchea in mouth,^oroTnlraat
Flmples, Copper Colored Spots, Ulcorsoo
??V h Is mV^cc!^
? guarantee to cure. wfaSSSSSSmSSSBSS
Case wo cannot euro. Tina Ui "a o haa\5??J!
I>.-.nieU the skill or the most cm Kent nj.53!
clans, ?000,000 capital KhlnOour micondfc
application. Addr.vH COOK ItT'lIFliv <<r??
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T. T. FiBitntiUNB.
E. 'V. Tiusley, Teller.
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W. Phr-lpH, Bookkeeper.
? . r. Mcwhortcr, Bookkeeper.
J. B. Fisnnun.NE,
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NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK
OF ROANOKE. VA.
Fxel.angc llulldlng, Comer Jolleon St. and Salem Avo.
CAPITAL, $ I 00,000. SURPLUS, $20 00C
^ UltPi PQ? Paifi W D?f0Br"* on Cortll
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> ^mullJBU-w " , corporations, flrrus,
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bank*, a'? h?;lju lhC ^?Ti?FVwm'K
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live banking. Small atc'.i roc?ac b ru ' I 5ra,'?l?t with rouBorra
y general banking business transacted? "uslnosi paper discounted Tor customers, a
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MonlalI Worry e-v e-UH- .V VVr'\IL,,tl> Bmlaalons. Youlht ul Brron,
POrsa,obv OHAS. D. FOX, 805 "SoT??8^KKT
Vital Force>,Time and Money Economized.
. ife, Vigor, Health, Wealth and Happiness
Nat ft're Provides More for Life Than Death.
Ut^=? If tViere Is no local agent for the Oxydonor "Vic'corv"
in your neighborhood, send your order direct to J. M. Gam
"'LL cv Co.. Roanoke, Va.
Mo. 1 Improved, and &2G
I Improved. |
ik of Testimonials.
^THiHL. cSc CO.,
i ?.poly'nu thi Oxydonor and vrr?
? and helcg city agent fer the
'ructions row to iifr. it. Also
"k an I t;?ve hli MNOnal at
on will llnd .Mr. Llruuit*:<ugh.
llolero* of Black, Jot Embroidered Tnlle.
For evening wear silks and gauzes, Uln
nilnatcd with Hues of metal wovon Into
tho fabric, arc much employed. They mako
charming theater bodices and require lit?
tle trimming. Pnlc pink and silver, green
or violet and steel or gold uro among the
fushlonnl lo coiublnatlons.
Tennis llnnncl Is now used by many
mot hi rs for the house dresses of liablos und
little children. It comes in very pretty,
delicately tinted stripes, and the lltilo
OfT Of DOOR COSTUME.
I frocks made of it may bo washed as rv, ily
as a handkerchief. Lace or embroidery
scr\cs as a trimming. The material is
neat. Inexpensive and durable and to l>e
highly recommended for its softness and
For the theater it Is not necessary to
have n costume on suite of great elabora?
tion, as only the upper i_>art of the figure
is in evidence. A black satin skirt will
serve with innumorablo bodices, and the
skirt need not bo absolutely fresh cither.
Tho corsage, however, must be immacu?
late and must bo of n kind that lights up
well. The sleeves of nil such hodlcos nro
long, extending over the hand in tho medl
The fashion of polo gloves continues,
but glace kid has almost entirely replaced
suede. This is fortunate, as the dull, un?
even surface of suede makes its purity
even more short lived than that of kid,
and gloves of the latter become soll d soon
enough. Putty color, pearl, lavender,
cream and white nro tho preferred times
for gloves even for tho street, white in
particular being favored
Tho illustration shows an out of door
costume of eucalyptus green amazon cloth.
Tho tabllcr is divided on each side from
tho rest of the skirt by panels of red and
blaek plaid silk. The panels are t russed
by short straps fastened by gold buttons,
and block embroidery adorns tho foot of
the front of the skirt. Tho blouse of plaid
Silk is covered by a slashed bolero of green
cloth ornamented with black embroidery
and fastened with buttoned straps. The
sleeve is arranged with plaits at tho top,
over which passes a strap which fastens on
the shoulder. Tho waist is trimmed with
straps and gold buttons and Is finished by
a frill of * lace. The collar and belt nro ol
black satin. JCPIC ClIObLET.
THE LATEST FASHION.
Hodices^ Wonderfully nnd Invisibly Fas?
tened, III Fashion Again.
There is still a pronounced taste for
Btrong contrasts of color in costume. Black
velvet, is combined with white satin and
russet lace or guipure, black and straw,
jonquil or orange, violet or pansy purple
and silver white, yellow, pale mauve or
light blue. These contrasts are more or
less softened by a profusion of gauze or
tulle, which forms n trimming to almost
all costumes. It is usually white, nnd lace
itself is sometimes ornamented with plait. -
ings or ruffles of the diaphanous material.
Many boleros of yellow lace or renaissance
guipure are thus trimmed all around.
Some years ago it was the fashion SO to
faster1 bodices that the closing could not
bo discerned. These bodices were difficult
enough U2 get into and, <.'ii<.a made
set-vices of ft second person iicccssory. It
now looks as if this fancy were to return,
There, area great many plastrons, chem?
isettes n*nd iflruilnr arrangements worn,
ami in most of tho newest corsages pains
arc taken to place the listening at one Bide
and In such a way that ii sNdl remain un?
noticed. Sometimes it Is concealed by u
Jabot of lace or a coquillc of bSU; sonn.'
WAI.K1KU ( OSTUMK.
times by a Hup or strap secured by buttons
or a buckle or scarf or drapery.
Bodices of tulle, gmr/e and mousselino
do sole are still very much favored. They
are very full, milled, wrinkled, puffed nnd
draped to an astonishing extent and often
uro further enriched by lace, guipure or
passementerie. Whatever may be their
Ullfllness, however, they are always made
9 er a plain, close Utting lining, well
lx nod and llnlflhcd.
,''ho picture given today shows n cos
tili to of pearl gray ?loth and Fr?lich blue
velvet The skirt, consists of ndeop flounce
of c nth mounted on n pointed yoke of vel?
vet, the edgoof which is adorned with a
Insist on the
The best Washing Powder
made. Best for all clean?
ing, does the work quickly,
cheaply and thoroughly.
Largest package?greatest economy.
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
St. Louis, Now York, Boston, Philadelphia.
Tetter, Salt-Rhoum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting, incif
dent to these diseases, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently enred by it. It
ia equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples,
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.'
Dr. Cudy's Condition Powders, nro
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier nnd
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine nnd the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 25
cents per package.
Is now open in tho rear of the confec-?
tionery. Meals: Breakfast, 25 cents.
Dinner, 25 cents. Supper, 25 cents.
Meal tickets $1. r
Beautiful lamps, latest style, lowest,
prices. Gravatt's Fair, Salem avenue.
ROANOKE'S REAL ESTATE HUSTLERS.
Come and See
5-room cottage wi!h basemen?, 1 square
Terry ltldg., suruethl gnice for shop uiac. $1,16U;
(I room house, a. w., $!I0C; r.ics shade ar.d very
cheap at price offered.
tiood ft-room dwelling, First ave., n. w, $73t:
your terms and a grcut bargain.
0 room house near Machine Works, $650; cash
$5'J arid $S monthly.
A flrstc'nss house nrd lot, for a ra'lriad man,
rear round?oiiso, $SO0; ?eh, $73 end i 12 monthly.
5- rootn dweilirg, Koror Ave., with all conve?
niences, $1,600; terms to tu It.
C> room house on Tuzewell St., 8. c . $l,OC0; cash
fl<X', balance $10; will bear inspection.
6- rO)fn hon'cnonr llelmont Church, $S50; cash
S3 J und fit: monthly.
7 room house. Centre nv-?., n. w., something
nice tor $1,160; easy payments.
froimi rojtsce with stable, lot S0x|ff>, ?r#0C;
cash |1U), $1U monthly: you can't bent this.
a bargain in Del
We want your farms for sali
We want a purchaser for
We want a cheap BtcaU pieces of prop-, rty for
shop m U.
Wo want anything yon may havs to sell or
rent. Specif) attention given to renting p-.op
erty. Best reference* furnished.
PACE & B?BBITT,
Heal UstuU* and Rental Agents,
So. JO J<? 1/ciwon S*^^
?ui? appucacion <n >'vmteguipuro. Tno
blouse hodf co of Cloth lib 3 11 BUOrt ,Kik':"" at
velvet bordorcd with gul, ?wo and a vnlols
collar, also of guipure. Tbt> oloso "'coves ,,f
el.ah have cloth puffs. The 1. 'At is covered
with guipuro. Tho hatof gray f<-h is triiu
mod with black velvet and blaei ,lml Bn,y
plumes. Junic rii 0LLET
ller Tribute to Lucy Stone.
Mrs. Alary E. Hohnes, the foil
and cmcletlS president of tho Illinv ,ia
Equal Suffrngo association, has bcei
obliged by domestic Cgrefi and duties ,
(o resign lier official pom'Uwi- Sll? wil1
bo greatly missed, but will "-ontiuuo to
advise and plan for tho cause. _'u u P"'
voto letter she writes:
"If dt at- Lucy Stone was on flu-ear.*u'
I should explain to her first of nil whj "
I havo resigned my state position. Sho
was and is my inspiration and god?
mother in Buffruge work. She -was such
a good wife nnd mother that I feel sure
she would tell mo to d<. my duty to the
homo before any other. I hopo I Can re?
turn to the work at some future tinto,
hut now heart and brain must bo given
to tho homo and home interests. I shall
still dowh.il little I can for our beloved
cause and bIioII watch tho battle with
gn at interest."
fi-room cottage on sixth avenue >. v/.;
something nice and dirt cheap, $000, $100
cash, balance, $1 1 monthly with interest.
Wo have several customers for houses
in the Northwest section. List with us:
. A nice 0- room house, Southeast section,
in elegant condition, good size lot, near
shuns. Price $1,100, '.$100 cash, balance
$12.50 pi r month.
Property Northeast. Wecnnsell three
or four houses in this section at once.
Two 5-room houses and two acres of
huul in the heart of Vinton, both for $1,
000, only *Hiu cash, balance $10 per
month. How is this for a bargain:
House and lot on Third avenue, m ar
Jefferson street n. e. Price, $2,500, one
third cash, balance one, two and three
Houses on easy payments, suitable for
shop men, Southeast, Can make three
or lour quick sales in this section. Don't
I ail to li?! with us.
7 room house on Seventh avenue s. w.,
full siv.e lot, $1,050, ?1IIH cash, balance
$12.50 1 er month. See this, it is a bar?
A list of farms. We have a customer
for a lame dairy farm: also several small
tracts close to the city. If you have a
farm you want to sell, we'enn do it for
A nice 7-room house on Seventh avenue
s. w., all conveniences, lot of nice fruit
on the lot. This is something nice. Price
$3,000, $500 cash, balance very easy.
Doift fail to see this.
One of the largest and best, brick resi?
dences on Church street, bin lot. nice
shade and all conveniences. Trice $7,5C0,
and this is dirt cheap, too.
This is only a partial list, of the innnj
bargains on our books. We have farms,
vnncnnt lot s and houses lor sale in all sec?
Wo pay especial attention to the rent?
ing of property. If you want, your houses
well looked after them prompt, pay?
ing tenants, list with us. Lest of
references furnished. Write us what you
Peio-BBllB, Seal Mate Co.,
Uli JKFKKHSON STREET.
No. S25 Korcr aremic 8. w\, per mon'li....
No. .'Hi:) Washington avet.ue b. w., pur
month. $11.515 I
No i2R Sheuiicdcah aveuuo n. w., jer
Th??? bouses on Oxford avenue, Norwlih,
por n>ontii, i ach.
No. ?<(', Campb-ll avenuo s. e., per month,
No. loa llo.'.'dty street s. o.,'por mouth....
No. KM Holiday street s. o., pur month_
No. K'-iv HollOvy street a. o., per mouth .
No. ll'ttX Holiday street s. e., p?r month..
Nine rooms over DrvIc' hotel, Ualncstitro
pveuuo, per month. Sio.pjl
J'UsLnESS PROPERTY. ,
.-'.tore mom, 71 * R?tfr.oke street s. w., por
month. S7 CO
Strre room, ornor Itallroiid avcMio and
Itandolpli street, per' month. >.">.'.o |
.Store room. No. 20 UaloDl uvenue e. c., per
Store rcom, 181 Shenandoali avenue u. w.,
per month. $5.|
Wagon lot. No 18.Church avenue p. w..
tier month...?. $80.1
live till e rooms, In Hoomaw btilldliig,
per month, each. f?', 00|
Twj bcdroi ms lu Miomaw building, per
month, each. f3it)|
Also |ir^iierly in all tiort'ons of the cltyl
for sale on easy terms. Call on
J. W. BOSWELL,
Heil Kftate and Kental Audit ll^li Jefferson St.
ROANOKB. VA. #
Several very desirable Uelmont lots very chc:JJi|
and on easy payments. See in* at once.
I id-room house, located near I'ark street n. w.
price fsO'. on easy payments.
(1 room cottage in Southwest. Sl.fX'O. Veryl
Cheap at thin ilu-uro, uud rents at 11 per mout/i.|
7-rooin hon: e on Salem avenue s. w . $1.4011. Al
good bargain, and ran be bad on u very reasou-|
ablo cash payment; balance easy. .
s room bonne will, modern Improvements, de
siratile nel-rhbnrhoort; price $1,601; $KK) cash,|
balance *l.r> per moi th.
19 room hi>n--<- near fiustoTice, .f?.WO; on casyl
term". I'ayn uood rent. , r
fW We have plenty of good bargains. Sec irs.
H-TOom house on Henry street, s. w-., $ln.
'.I roeiii house on beventb avenue, near Henry,
with all conveniences. $'iJ.
S room honiie on Jefferson street. $18.
7 room house on Seventh avenue s. w., $13.
H-room bouse In Uelmont, $3.73.
4 room bouse on Uarrisou nvrnue n. e., $5.
i\T~ If in reed of a house oall and sec us, aud|
we will su|>ply your wants.
T E B,
Lot on : '"'"' s. .
$SAcaab, b. ???;ce $10per month. .? tll5 c?n<0rof
CJottaeooi. .^n.8?"e? Property. . nce %-tX0 ,.tr
the town, $t V; *-?J tlOWD, ball. c 1
month, . ... ... bot nnd
Jtlccant dwell. BJt w'"1 13 rooms, bath. ](l fe
cold water, heute 0 "V -?riiace, tinifti?d ? ^ .
builtnt. n rest oi ?"!r $i?.t*0' ?" corne. . _
b-st locality In L oanoko. ti?h property
aecn hoi - t. r the m Wgage that wa. onilt
we ar.i nib,wed to ? acr U at t-k'-HAi.fMX) cat ?
balance lern on ? ? A hlj^jg
told us yesterday U.a. ' ??? coosleierocl t-lile tue
cbeepesl property tu It oano *eat 9*&*>: . ,h
We have left onc of thes, ? WxlWloW in tnc
rear of the West Knd roni " 0< ^1**"^- n w ,
And we have two lots , * i ?",,0Vo? *-mo -?
ltX KlSU fen In all, that we ecl1 -
easy terms. This Is a gocd da. 1 -u
Corner l-.t on lr:(>orman H "WH ?
for store, $ta>.
linlldinic lot on Franklin Ro.Vl
feet front. $-.0H
8 room dwell|nv on Campbell It.,
court house, bath, good stablo or.'
$l..i?l; $300 cash, balance $45 per mo.\
li room dwelling on John at., eoeA
$i<?) cash, balance $10 ner month.
Dwelling: in food location In soni
r'o-n?. price, $SX; $60 cash, balance
Cottage, r. rooms, on I'atton ave . $5
each, haluiica $10 (or month.
Ood send the little golden bees of sleep
To mnnanr in the blossom of your our
Tin ir gentle summer music, hushed nnd deop,
rheir softest slumber songs to you, my doar.
And may the gypsy, fortune telling dreama
Draw you beneath their painted tent nrul tnltn
Your palm and tell you fortunes, rosy glonms
Too sweet to Ixi remembered when you wake.
Onoo may your hyncinthine lids unfold
Calm in the ploiLSnnt glory eif tho moon.
The happiest Htnrs in lit-nvi n may you hehold
And pray and sigh for joy nnd slum
?Irene Dufnnia in New York Tribute.
It is said tliiii tho professional boxing
element is toU- killed in the Metropoli?
tan Association A. V. U., and amateurs
will seek to run things for iunntcur&
STANDS AT THE HEAD.
Aug. J. Bogel, the leading druggist of
Shreveport, La., says: --Dr. King s New
Discovery is the only thing that cures my
cough, and it is the best seller I have."
J. P. Campbell, merchant of SalTord.
Ari/.., writes: "?r. King s New Discov?
ery is all (hat is claimed for it; it nc\er
fails, and is a Mm- cure for consumption,
Coughs, Cold-.. I cannot sav enough for
its merits." Dr. King's New Discovery
for Consumption, Coughs and Colds f
not an experiment. It has been tried for
a century, and to day stands at the head.
It never disappoint,. Free trial bottlesnt
Massie's Pharmacy, 100 Jefferson street.
tea for a railroad
not far from
s-ronm house In Northwest, nice location, cor
ner lot, $1,V61; $50 cash uml $13.6(1 per month
This i? u bargain for a railroad man.
Oinom hotiec In good location, $8".0; $s cos!
end $S i?cr mouth. A bargain for a abop mat . (
Uemitltul n-room hnuto on Eighth uvmue s. e
close in. large lot with shade,' $1,350; $3U casl|
and $12 per month.
li-rooni dwelling two blockB from Mark?
fc'i|inrc, $8?0; payments very easy.
A itood (i room brlcit dwelling, large lot., hi
Southwest Koanoke, with plenty of eliade, $l,tej
cash. Ib well worth $1,600.
ti-room dwelling in Northwest Ronnnke,
$5u cash and $5 per month. Can be rented t?
more tnan the monthly payment.
Nicely papered 7 room house, corrcr lot
best part of Soulhweet, with modern improve
mer.ts, stabla and carriage honfc, with irver*
other ontbnildings, $1,1KC; $21X) rusli u?d $'.7 pe
d-room house in West End, lai 11 lot, nice locn]
tlcn, f l,StX'; $103 cash and $!6 pet mouth.
C-rooni hous?, large corner lot, Soutlica
$S'.0; $30 rnsb and $10 per inonl-i.
7-room uwelling, witn sewer connection, eta hi.
and other necessary outbuildings, $"i,:it0; $1
cash, $12.r.O per month without Interest.
? room ho'iiRC o:. Ilonry street n. w . (l.CC; f3
cr.sii und $10 pr-r laouth with no iutercst. 1,
rnnting now for $S CO.
'''wo ? room cottages, with basement roon
sewet ronnccllon, nloc garden and good locatioi
$3U0c&eh; ^ir' caeu and per month with Intrfi
r'roonl tone* "n sixth avenue s. w., nicei
papered. Frtco ihSOU; fi?nath und $i5 peimont
Jionts row tut $a.. ,, .. J
ti-room house on large lot, near Kounoko al
Southern rallreiad. newly runctd, lioaso In gcj
condition. $',950; $30 cash and $19.60 per moBl
Ore ol the beat residences on Church s^treeu
i-oous. largo lot, host location, cost $8 BOO.,,U
h~fintirnl condition msldo and out. 1 rice $a,s?
SfiOO cash. $26 per month; la renting now at
per month. Als
bh?ne ofthe most desirable and host located buj
iness houeee, in the very best part of the hue inj
contre ot the city. One-fourth ot the price_cri
and h>e rent will pay the balance.
H is rentli
Large stablo In good locaion. l'ricc, $t.'?
Wo have tfce
county for sale.
most desirable 'arms
hend for price list.
I Ground Floor, Terry Building.
have several other flnc bargains In bnainei
moperty on Salem avenue anf Jefferson etreet J
1 ? room honsn near West Knd round bouee. |M
*.r>n cash and $10 per month. .
Nicely papered 0 room house on he nest part ?
Hovcntli avenue n.c., $850; $60 cash and $8 pi
"es" od vacant lot to exchange for a horse.
SOOacrc farm 3* mi.ca from Roanokc
improvements, woll fenced and watered, plot
ot timber, nice young orchard, $2,30u-ter
oaev. This le a great bargain.
OS-acre farm close to Koanoke, In good con
l05i ^Mon-ottoni land IX miles fromUoljll
with $2.500 brick house, at the edge Ota beau tt]
Hi acre grove, ot forest oaks Reduced to $40 1
aero 'l his is a splendid hareain.
130 acres near llolllue Institute, seven m
from Ronnohc city, forty acres of which Is le
"e. balance upland, partly timbered good w*
Irly good Improvements, fine peach and an
hard, land well adapted to truck farming.
Is fruit and grapes. Prico now $1,500, c
^oT/want to buy or .-ent, sell or exch-u
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8 Campbell Avenue 8. TV. Q