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Williamsbure, Virginia.
Board from $12.00 to $15.00 per month;
tuition fee for'hnlf seselou,$17.50; medical
lee, $3; contingent fee, $3. Students will?
ing to teach two years in tho public
schools pay only medical and contingent
fee, and are charged $10 a month for
board, fuel, lights and washing. Full col?
lege course, next session, begins October
7th, 1897. Send for catalogue.
LYON G. TAYLOR, M. A., LL. D.,
118 sun 2m Principal.
WANTS,
One Gent a Word Each Insertion.
MAIE IIELF WANTED.
WANTED.?High grade man of good
cnurch standing willing to learn our bus?
iness then to act as manager and corres?
pondent here: salary $900. Enclose self
addressed stamped envelope to A. T.
ELDER, General Manager,*care Daily
Times. 8 1 2w.
LOST.
LOST.?Pair gold eye glasses. Lib?
eral reward if returned to 110 Seventh
avenue s. w. 7 29 It.
FOUND.
EST It AY?A red cow has taken up
?with my cow at 1013 Norfolk avenue s. e.
Owner can get same by moving property
.and paying for this advertisement.
7 23 tf
no a K ok its WANTED.
WANTED.?SUMMER BOARDERS.
A few boarders in private family, large,
<;ool rooms, plenty of shade; rates low.
For particulars address at once, "Belle
yue," Redford City, Va. 7-25-lw.
BI7SINB88 caANCMB.
"THE LIGHT OF THE WORLD, OR
?OUR SAVIOUR IN ART"?Cost over
jflOO.OOU to publish. Contaius nearly 200
full-page engravings of oar Saviour, by
the great masters. Every picture Is re?
produced from some lilmous {minting.
Agents are taking from three to twenty
orders per day. The book Is so beautiful
that when people seo it "they waut it
"FIRST GLANCE AT THE PICTURES
BROUGHT TEARS TO MY EYES,'
?.says"one. "Cleared $l.r>0 first week'
work with the book," pays another.
"Some high grado man or woman'of good
church standing should secure tho
agency here at once," says every editor
"as $500 can soon Jbe made taking orders
for It." Also a man or woman of good
social position can secure position of
manager of this territory to devote all
their time to employing* and 'drilling
agents and "corresponding with them.
Address for full particulars A. P. 7'.
ELDER, Publisher, 278 Michigan ave?
nue, Chicago, 111. 8 1 2w
FOR SALE.
REAL ESTATE of all sizes and prices
for sale. Wr'te for descriptive price lists
to N. J. PHILLIPS, Blountvllle, Ten?
nessee. 7-25-lm.
FOR SALE.?For sa'e one double
seated canopy top surry. Call on Dr. R.
VV\ Brown, J12 1-2 South JeiTerson street.
7 10 2w.
FOR SALE?Scholarship in the Roa?
noke National Business College. For
particulars apply to The Times otlice.
FEMALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED.?High grade woman of
good church standing willing toleain our
business, then to act as manager and cor
reopondont here; salary ^$900. Enclose
self addressed stamped envelope to A. T.
ELDER, General Manager, care Daily
Times. 8 1 2w
AGENTS WANTED.
WANTED.?Salesman for Roanoke and
on the road to sell our fine line of house?
hold goods on monthly payments.
STANDARD INSTALLMENT CO., 212
South Jefferson street, building formerly
occupied by postoffice.
SPECIAL NOTICES
If you wish sanitary work of any kind
done promptly jjlvo the new firm of Watts
& Golden a trial Satisfaction guaran?
teed or no pay. Ofllce, 805 Campbell
avenue, WATTS & GOLDEN. Roanoke,
Va. 'Phone 13D. P. O. Box 2G0.
7 20 lm
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EVANS, BUM PRICE.
(Haccoeeors to Evang Broj.)
Keep a Pull and Complete Line of
Every ? Article Kit<?wn to the.
Hardware Trade. We Invite
tin ItiBpeei.on of Our Stock Knd
Prices.
22 Campbell Avenue.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it falls
to cure. 2oc.For sale by Johnson & John?
son.
THEY WANT
A PRESIDENT.
Richmond Alumni of the University
So Decide.
POLITICS STILL A "WARM QUES?
TION IN RICHMOND?THE POPU?
LIST NOMINEE FOR LIEUTENANT
GOVERNOR HOPING FOR THE
BEST?HARMONY'S WINGS ARE
FLAPPING?RICHMOND MEN MAY
GO TO KLONDIKE?NEWS NOTES
FROM THE STATE CAPITAL.
Richmond, July 31.?(Special.)?The
Richmond chapter of the Society of
Alumni of'the University of Virginia
held a meeting to-day and decided to
.support the majority report of the board
of visitors of the University which favors
the establishment of a president for the
University. The whole question has been
much discussed in Richmond and there
are many former University students on
each side.
Politics remain quite warm in Rich?
mond. Hon. .Edmuud R. Cocke, the
Populist nominee for lieuteunnt gover?
nor, was in town to-day. Ho had no as?
surance that he would be endorsed by
the Democratic convention, but said he
hoped no steps would bo taken by either
that.would tend to create any discord be?
tween Democrats and Populists.
"We are fighting for a great princi?
ple," he said, "aud it is measures instead
of men wo want to soe win." Secretary
Mullen, of the Populist State committee,
gave out the Btatenient to-day that the
Populists in no ?vent would nominate a
candidate for governor. No matter what
action iu regard to fusion would be taken
bp the Democrnts thb Populists would
stand by Major Tyler.
The best of harmony prevails between
the Tyler aud Ellyson factions in the
Richmond delegation] to Roauoke. I hey
will organize and caucus together and
will vote as a unit on every question ex
cept as to the candidates. The chairman
of tli3 delegation'.wlll bo an Ellyson man.
while a vice-chairman will be selected
from the Tyler ranks.
A company isj"beiug organized here'for
the purpose of equipping au expedition
to the Klondike gold fields in Alaska,but,
those engaged in the enterprise are very
ieticent about the matter. A 'number of
business men have Leen approached for
stock subscriptions, but as yet no regu?
lar organization has been perfected. It
was said this morning that Mr. Wynd
hnm Boiling, "the well-known .insurance
man, waB at the head of the movement,
but that gentleman when 'approached on
the subject den'cd 'any connection with
it. From what can bo'learned it is the
Intention of the company to equip aud
'?ear expense of getting bona fide prospec?
tors to the fields if in return they will
sign coutracts for nn equal division of
their finds with the stockholders. While
no names can be learned it is understood
that the promoter of the project is a
young man in whom the business men of
the city have every confidence. He will
start for the gold flelds"as soon a"> the
necessary money is [raised
P?Capt. Thomas J. Stratton, inspector cf
fertilizers in the commissioner of agricul?
ture's office, will leave to-night for his
home] in Appomattox to spend a week.
He will bo accompanied by his wife, who
has been spending some time here.
The annual meeting of the Virginia
Bar Association, which is to bo held on
Tuesday at Hot Springs, promises to bo
of unusual interest.
A greater number of distinguished
men'of the land will be in attendance
than "at almost any previous gathering
of the association.
All of the members of the supreme
court of appeals will be'there.as will also
Mr. Justice Harlan, of the United States
supreme court; Hon. Woodsou Wilson,
of Princeton, N. J.,and other noted legal
luminaries. These gentlemen will be'the
guests of the association and will respond
to toasts at the banquet to be held on the
closing night.
'..Mi. Jackson Gay is chaiman cf the com?
mittee having the management of the
event in charge and is assisted by Mr.
Eugene C. Massie, the association's sec?
retary;
Hon. Woodrow Wilson who will de?
liver the annual address, is an eloquent
and forcible spaakor and his oratiou will
be looked forward [to with pleasureable
anticipation by the lawyers. Hon. Wil?
liam Wirt Henry is the present presiding
officer of the association.
CHRONIC KICKER AGAIN.
To the Editor of The Times?"Which
I rise to remark" and ask if such enter?
prise was ever shown by any set of mer?
chants ns by ours here in Ronnoke.
Why, sir, if you just pnss^along our
broad sidewalks and see the show cases,
the fruit stands, th? peanut roasters, the
plows, hoes, rakes, baby wagons, the
boxes filled with goods or empty, and are
forced to pick your way between these
articles and a few sign boards placed on
the outer edge of the sidewalk (to support
the telegraph poles), dodge the low-hang?
ing awnings and the projecting nails and
broken hoops protruding from the bar?
rels and boxes aforesaid and ready to
snag a hole in the finest silks or coarsest
homespun, hang your coat pocket ou a
plow handle, step on a hoe or rake, and
bring thj handle thereof in contact with
your head, thu-j forcing you to disregard
the? I forgot the number, but it Is the
Commandment that counsels against im?
itating (verbally) 'our army in Flan?
ders," hang your left eye on the rib of a
lady's umbrella?she also trying to shy
away from the attractions aforesaid?I
say if such bo your fortune, you will
imagine yourself in a largo wholesale
market, where house rent is abnormally
high, and curbstone licenses the rule
amongst the merchants.
Now, iu sober earnest, are the side?
walks made to walk on, or for the dis?
play and barter of merchandise:" Would
it not be as well for merchants to confine
their display of wares to their wdndows
and doorways instead of olfering so manv
obstructions and straining the temper
of their patrons, as well as 01 hers who
are compelled to pass their places!
If there Is no city ordinance pertaining
to this matter, let the people take it into
their own hands and deal with those who
show some regard for the comfort of thoso
passing along our sidewalks, none of
which are any too wide at best.
CHRONIC KICKER.
Breakfast. 2."> cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets, $4. J.
J. Catognl's restaurant._
THE ROANOKE RED.
Opening of the Season at This
Famous Resort.
Salein, 'Va,, July 81.? Special?On
Thursday night the Messrs. Chapman In
augurated the gay summer season at their
famous Roanoke Red Sulphur Springs
with a brilliant german. Cool winds
strayed among tho forest aisles wander?
ing from unseen "grottoes, making the
night delicious and the stars looked down
in mild splendor from a cerulean sky
upon the mountain resort where for forty
years chivalry has been wont to do honor
to beauty.
By 10 o'clock the Temple of Moniusjwaa
a scene of charming gatecy, being filled
irom the rostrum*"to the southern ..en?
trance from many States.
Now|mus!c arose with its voluptuous
swell and soft eyes looked love to eyes as
graceful forms threaded the mazes of tho
dreamy waltz.
The german was led by Warren John
sen, of Lousiana,with Miss Lawson, and
Mr Glasgow Armstrong with Miss
Glascow, of Richmond.
The other couples wre as follows: *
Wm. Simpson, Va., with Miss Daisy
Tompkins, Va.
Professor Herbert Smith, Va., with
Miss Minnie Wiley. Va,
H. A. Christian, Lynchburg, with Miss
Addle Hughes, Md.
Kniest Shipman with Miss McGhee,
Richmond;
Clay Chapman with Miss Mattie
Hughes, Baltimore.
J. Du'our with Miss A. Levering, Bal?
timore.
W. E. Henry with Miss Bertie Hughes,
Baltimore.
Eads Johnson with Miss Katie Hughes,
Md.
Joseph Chapman with Miss Burken
road.
Fred Chandler with Miss Sch?fer.
Ben'Tinsley with Miss Roscher.
Marvin Altizer with Miss Schmidt.
W. W. Ballard, Jr.,with Miss Hughes,
Baltimore.
L. W. Langhorne with Miss Annie
Maver, Norfolk.
D. M. Wiley with Mrs. Boutwdl, Nor?
folk.
G. Logan with Miss L. Logan, Vn.
H. Hine with Miss White, Va.
Thomas Hughes with Miss Marsalis,
New York.
The chaperones were Mesdames'T. L.
Marsalis, Now York; J. T. Berry, Texas;
L. C. Mason, Maryland; H. C. Constable,
Maryland; D. L. Turner, Massachusetts;
J. R. Graham, Arkansas; S. Griflin, Vir?
ginia; J. W. Atkins, Geotgla.
At 12 o'clock delightful sherbets,
creams and cakeAvero handed, after which
the dance was lndulged"in until 2 o'clock.
It was one of the most 'brilliant and
successful germans ever given at this
mountain resort.
Among the guests at the Red Sulphur
are: J. R. Graham and wife, Arkansas;
Ufrs Whltehurst. and family, Mrs. Bar
ham, Mr. Cofer Mrs. T. JR. Cooke and
family, E. L. Mayer, Miss Mayer, Miss
Taliafetro. Mrs. J. W. Wilcoxaud family
and Mis. Clark, aud daughter, of Nor?
folk; Mrs. M. S. Smith, Miss Thurston
and sister, Miss Mary Lawson, Miss Car?
rie Schafer, Miss Ellen Glascow, Miss R.
G. Glascow, Mrs. j McCormack, Miss
Schmidt and brother and Miss M. Bos
cher, of Richmon'i; J. T. !Borum"nnd
wdfe, Portsmouth; F. L. Lecompte and
wdfe, Lewis Mason,* wife and 'child, Mrs.
L. C. Mason, Mrs. Thomas Hughes7and
two sons, Misses Addie, Katherine, Ber?
tie and Mattie Hughes, Miss Annie Lev?
ering, of Baltimore, Md.;Mrs. H. C. Con?
stable, Miss' Bessie Hughes, Thomas
Hughes, of Mt. Washington, Md.; Mrs.
S. Griffin MOth season), Salem, Va.; Mrs.
W. B. Bos-les and family, Mrs. M. A.
Bowles, of VirglniajMisses Sallie and Mar?
tha Didlake, Lynchburg; Mrs. Wood and
family, Lynchburg; Mrs. C. Christian
and son, Lynchburg; Y. T. Harrington
and family, Mrs. Bookhart. Mrs. Fergu?
son aud Mrs. Quartes, ol Helena, Ark.;
Miss McGehee and A. M. McGehee, Mis?
sissippi; Mrs. Looney and son, Memphis.
Tenn.; Mrs. J. T. Berry and ^family, H.
E. Henry, Mr. and'Mrs. English, of
Texas; Mr. Herrix, South Carolina; Dr.
W. L. Robertson and wife, Virginia; W.
L. Baker'and daughter, Mobile; J. W.
Atkins and wife, "Atlanta, Ga.; Mrs. T.
L. Marsa'ls, son and ilaughter, New
York; Mrs. Levy and lamily, Miss Bur
kenroad, Mrs. Foley and daughter, War?
ren and Eads Johnson, and J. Dufour, of
New Orleans; Mrs. Geo. W. Logan nnd
family, Virginia; and "Lieutenant T. J.
Griflin, TJ. S. N., and^wife.
LEE CAMP AGAINST G. A. R.
Deems it Inexpedient to Indorse tho Invi?
tation to Richmond.
Richmond, July 31.?Tho predictions
that the camps of Confederate Veterans
here would not unite in the movement of
the Young"Buslness"Men's Association to
invite the G. A. R. to hold their encamp?
ment two years hence in 'Richmond was
verified to-night in tho adoption by R. E.
Lee camp of a resolution declaring it in?
expedient for that organlzat'on to in?
dorse the movement.
This action wms taken after more than
two hours' discussion. The matter may
be brought before Pickett Camp on Mon
day night. >
A PLACE FOR Dil. ANDREWS.
Has Accepted Conditionally the Presi?
dency of an Unfounded University.
" Providence, R. I., July ^31. ?Dr. E.
Benjamin Andrews, who recently resign?
ed tho presidency of Brown University,
has accepted the presidency of a new uni
versPy to be founded by John Brisben
Walker,to be kuown as the Cosmopolitan
University. It is to be modeled after the
Chautaiupia Schoo', and will be conduct?
ed by correspondence.
The acceptance of the new position is
conditional upon the acceptance of Pres?
ident Andrew's resignation by the corpo?
ration of Brown University. It will not
necessitate his removal fromTthe city.
There'is more Catarrh in this section
of the country than all other diseases
put together, and until the last few years
was supposed to bo incurable. For a
great many years doctors pronounced it
a local disease, and prescribed local rem?
edies, and by constantly failing to cure
by local treatment, pronounced it incur?
able. Science has proven catarrh to be a
constitutional disease aud therefore re?
quires constitutional treatment. Hall's
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Cheney &, Co.. Toledo, Ohio, Is the only
constitutional cure on the market. It is
taken internally In doses from ten drops
to a tenspoonful. It acts directly on the
blood and tho mucous surfaces of the sys?
tem. They offer one hundred dollars for
any caso It falls to cure. Send for circu?
lars and testimonials Address,
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, 75c.
EDWARD JETER, REPORTER,
Qn Friday evening Officers G. W. Zir?
kle and Edward Fitzgerald arreated in
West Salem a negro by the name of Alfred
Crump and placed him in jail. He was
arrested on a warrant sent here by the
authorities of Winston, N. C. He will
be held until the arrival of the North
Carolina officers. It is not positively
known what crime he has committed.
Major JAndrew Lewis, of Roanoke, Is
on a visit to Captain J. C. Langhorne
aud family at their elegant home in West
Salem.
Evangelist D. B. Strouse is at home on
a visit from Rooky Mount, where he has
been conducting a religious meeting, as- I
sisted by Messrs. Oakey and Marshall.
These young men are still continuing the
good work. They will on Tuesday morn?
ing begin a tent meeting at Oak Hall, In
Franklin county.
L. Ott on Friday moved his household
propei ty to Roanoke, where he will in the
future reside. Mrs. J. B. Bransford has
moved into the house formerly occupied
by Mr. Ott aud family.
Miss Sadie Cavett, of Bryan, Tex., is
visiting the family of W. B. Bowles.
Rev. D. G. Armstrong and wife, of
Atlanta, aro hero on a visit. Mr. Arm?
strong, who is pastor of the Inman Pres?
byterian Church in the above city, will
here seek rest and quiet for a few weeks
from his ministerial duties.
Mr. Daniel Preston on Friday last
found a purse In front of the Duval
houso containing a certain sutulof.mouey,
all of which will be turned over to the
owner when the property is satlsfactoiily
identified.
Madam Rumor had it on the street yes?
terday that Henry Sears, a sou of Luke
Sears, and Miss Emma Bears, a daughter
of Jno Sears,of the Hack Creek neighbor?
hood, on Tuesday last eloped to Bristol
and were married. It is said that they
weut from Bristol to Ohio, aud that they
will later make their home in Illinois.
The reporter asked Jno. Sears if tho re?
port of his daughter's marriago was true
ana he said she had gone to visit a rela?
tive in Troutville, aud that It she was
married he was not. aware of the fact. It
seems, however, that a brother of Henry
Senrs says the couple are married, and
it is probably true. Miss Seats is a
great favorite in hor neighborhood and if
she is really married it will cause a ter?
rible shock to the hearts of several other
young men who had hoped to .win her
affections.
It was reported nero yesterday Miss
Mattie, daughter of Tazewell Starkey, of
Cave Spring, was hopelessly 111 with
lockjaw. About a week ago Miss Starkey
washed her hair in cold water and taking
a violent cold it resulted in lockjaw
Lieutenant G. W. Helms, of tho 22d
Regiment of the U. S. A., is visiting W.
H. Tinslev's iu West Salem.
M. F. HufT, auctioneer, on yesterday
sold the household goods and chattels of
A. E. Huff, who id going to break up
housekeeping here aua live with his sons
in St. Louis. The goods sold for n song,
a $500 piano bringing only $30C and a
magnificent pier glass wh'ch cost $100
solr" for $7.50. Some of the furniture
was old and rare, being hand made, and
carved by hand forty years ago. Mr.
Huff is a remarkable man. He Is 78
years old. but 'doesn't look more than 05
and his form Is yet as straight as an ar?
row and his step as quick and elastic as
a boy's. When past 6C years of age he
left Bulem and obtained a situation with
a large stove house In St. Louis, where he
worked for eight years, only missing
from business iu that time about three
days. He has many friends hero who
will wdsh him god-speed on his journey
as well as a happy lite with his children
in the great Western city. ,
Doc Hunt sent down town yesterday
the first watermelon of the season, from
his truck farm on Roanoke river.
Mrs. Win. Moon and her daughter,
Miss Mamie, left, yesterday for a visit to
Mrs. Crawford and Mrs. [Koiner in
Augusta county. They expect to bo ab?
sent a'mouth.
Rev. A. T. Graybill, a brother of Mrs.
B. W. Logan, of this place, and mission?
ary to Mexico, was in the city yesterday
en route to Amsterdam.
Rev. B. F. Ball left yesterday for New?
port, Giles county, aud his two daugh?
ters went to Christiansburg, where they
will visit.
Mrs. J. B. Cnmden has gone on a visit
to Burton, in Giles county.
Mrs. Minor, of Bristol, is visiting in
the city, the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Lee Brand on Union street.
Walter Oakey, after a short visit to his
father's family, left yesterday .for .his
home at Durham, N. C.
Mrs. C. B. Willis, of White street, left
yesterday for the Alleghany Springs,
where she goes for her health.
Rev. J. R. Bridges left yesterday'for
Richmond, where he will remain for sev?
eral weeks before retrning to Salem.
Mrs. Emma.Keefer, after a visit to her
mother, Mrs. Gillock, left "yesterday for
her home at Hlacksbuurg.
B. F. Gillock left yesterday* for Char
lottesvilie, va.,where he goes to work on
the new University building now . in
course of consti net ion.
Ivan Yonce and family have returned
from a pleasant summer visit to Wythe
ville.
Major William Ellis, of Elliston, was
in the city yesterday on busiuess.
Miss Maiy Harnian, of Glenvar, hns
gone to Floyd county to'visit relatives.
Mrs. Bull and Mrs. Martin,of Norfolk,
are visiting at Maj. W. W. Ballard's.
There will be no services to day at the
Presbv terlan Church. Rev. G. J. Hob?
day will occupy the pulpit this morning
at the Baptist Church. In case of night
service tho announcement will [bo. made,
from the pulpit. Regular services in the
other churches by the nastors.
A REMARKABLE CURE OF
CHRONIC DIARRHOEA.
In 1802, when I served my country as a
private in Company A, 107th Peuusylva
nia Volunteers, l*j contracted chronic
diarrhoea. It has given mo a'great deal
of trouble ever since. 1 have, trie'1 a
do/en different medicines and several
prominent doctors without any perma?
nent relief. Nor. loug ago a friend sent
me a sample bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic.Choleranud'D'arrhoaaRemedy, and
after that I bought aud took a 50 cent
bottle; and now I can say that I ami en?
tirely cured. I cannot be thankful
enough to you for this great remedy, and
recommend It to all suffering veterans.
If in doubt write mo Yours gratefully,
HENRY STEINREROEK. Alhntown,
Pa. Sold by H. C. Barnes, "He puts up
prescriptions "
IDIES AT HIS POST.
Jersey City, N. J., Julv 81.?Dr. John
. Love, of Mount-Olalr, one of the best
nown physicians In New jersey, .fell
dead to day while assisting *n an opera?
tion. Ills death was caused by heart dis?
ease. Dr. Lore had always seemed to be
in robust health.
WANTED TWO JANGELS.
Selma, Ala., July 81.?Pig Newell, col?
ored, was hanged here to day for murder.
Ho admitted his guilt, and while ;on the
scaffold prayed for the Lord to|"send*two
angels to escort him to glory.
SHERMAN'S HEALTH IMPROVED.
Washington, July 81.?The Information
comes to Washington from Secretary
Sherman, at Amagansott, 'L. I., that his
health has improved very much since he
arrived at that place. He will leave for
Boston in a day or two/and this trip will
be followed by a sea voyage.
WILL BE REMOVED.
Washington, July 81.?It was said ab
the district building to-day that, in case
his resignation was not fortbcoming,Geo -
eral Bond would be removed from the
office of sealer of weights and measures
AN OPEN LETTER
To MOTHERS.
"WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE
EXCLUSIVE USE of THE WORD " CASTORIA," AND
"PITCHER'S CASTORIA," AS OUR TRADE MARK.
J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts,
was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same
that has borne and does now yrff^^JT^ on euery
bear the facsimile signature of (^!at^/yfi^&^^. wrapper.
This is the original" PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been
used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty
years. LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is
the hind you haue always bought ^ on the
and, has the signature' of C^St^/yfv^c^^, wrap?
per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex
cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is
March S, 1S97. Q^^C l|D.
Do Not Be Deceived.
I5o Mot endanger the life of your child by accepting
a Cucap substitute which some druggist may offer you
(because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in?
gredients of which even he does not know.
"The Kind You Have Always Bought"
BEARS THE FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE OF
Insist on Having
The Kind That Never Failed You.
the crnTAun company. TT Murmur strict, new vonK CITT.
University College of Medicine,
RICHMOND,
VA.
DEPARTMENTS: MEDICINE, DENTISTRY, PHARMACY.
T. T Fisiihurnk, President, j. I?. A.vdkkws, Vice-Pt es. j. U. Kishucrnk, Cashier. 2
W. H. McWllORTKR, Bookkeeper. N. W. PlIBLPS, Hookkeeper. A
)f. K. W. Tinslkv, Teller. Charles Pack. Runner. A
ZU national Exchange Bank
OF ROANOKE, VIRGINIA.
OAPiTAk, 9800,000. SURPLUS, ??0,000.
CITY DEPOSITORY.
DIRECTORS i
T. T. PisnBDRNK, President ..Vice-president The Stone Printing and Mfg. Co.
J. B. Andrews.Huff, Andrews & Thomas, wholesale grocers.
R. It. Fisiiiiurnu.President R. H. Pishburne & Co., tobacconists.
S. I). PKROngON.President People's Perpetual Building und I.onu Association.
S. S. Iirookk.Clerk Hustings Court.
J. U. PisiinURNR, Cashier.President The Fishburn Company.
r? W. C. Stri'HKNSON.Secretary and treasurer Buckeye Coal and Coke Co.
r* W. K. Andrkws.Mayor of Roanoke City.
j> F. 1). Thomas.Wholesale notions, etc
1). Armstrong.President Citizens'National Bank, Prostburg, Md.
2? J. P. Bkli.J. P. Bell Company, I.yuehburg, V?.
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ALE and PORTER.
All City Orders Promptly Delivered
Through any of our Dealers.
We especially call the attention of the public to our
"PILSENER" Export Bottled Beer. Highest
grade on the market.
Our "DUBLIN" Porter as a tonic for family
use is without a superior.
THE VIRGINIA H GO.
Brewers and Bottiers,
'Phone 104. Roanoke, Va.
PENNYROYAL PILLS.
Ask for SB. MOOT'S PBHKYBOYAL PXZ.I>8 and take no other,
laer Send for ciroulor. l?rlco $1.00 per box, O boxes for 95.0C.
13It. MOTT'8 CHEMICAL CO., - Cleveland, Ohio.
For sale by OHAS. D. FOX "OB <^$2.V2!*mt
"A HANDFUL OF DIRT MAY BE A HOUSE?
FUL OF SHAME." CLEAN HOUSE WITH

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