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FEMALE REGULATOR J
jb for women's diseases and irregu-\
laxities. It cures everything that is
;> commonly called a "fomalo trouble." !
I K acts directly upon nil the distinctly 1
S feminine organs of generation, driv- |
VJi? ?^ wc?kness and imparting
? 1; ,8t?PP"-K unnatural drains,
hand regulating the monthly How
I m every instance. It makes sicklv
y and weakiy women strong and well
5 ??m- $1 a bottle at drug stores.
|> Bend for a free book about it.
PfE years of continued success has
marked the progress of the Waver
ley Bicycle. Cycling and mechan?
ical experts marvel at the workmanship
of the '97 Wavcrley. It stands at the
head of high-class wheels. Its bearings
are made on a new principle, and arc
absolutely true. Cannot be sold for
Last year's Waverlcys gave universal satis?
faction. They were equal to any wheel, better
than most. We continue their manufacture.
The price of this grade?tried and true?has
been reduced to S60, as we can make them
without buying new machinery.
Indiana Bicycle Co., Indianapolls, Ind.
Roanoke Cycle Co., Agents, Roanoke, Va.
llOAItUKUS WAN I ED.
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pondent here: salary $1)00. Enclose self
addressed stamped envelope to A. T.
ELDER, General "Manager, care Daily
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eentleman's gold-filled double case watch
with chain, no crysMd on watch. Num?
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LOST. ?A dark brown Ft. Bernard
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ESTRAY?A red cow has taken up
with my cow at 1013 Norfolk avenue s. e.
Owner can net same by proving property
iind paying for this advertisement.
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lit SINF.SH CHANCES.
"THE LIGHT OF THE WOHLD, OR
OUR SAVIOUR IN ART"?Cost over
$100,000 to publish. Contains nearly 200
full-page engravings of oar Saviour, by
the greut masters. Every picture is re?
produced from some famous painting.
Agents are taking from three to twenty
orders per day. The book is so beautiful
that when people, see it they want it.
"FIRST GLANCE AT THE PICTURES
BROUGHT TEARS TO MY EYES,"
snys'one. "Cleared $100 first week's
work with the book," says another.
"Some high grade man or woman of good
church standing should secure the
agency here at once," says every editor,
"as ^500 can soon be made taking orders
for it." Also a man or woman of good
social position can secure position of
manager of this territory tu devote nil
their time to employing and drilling
agents nod corresponding with them.
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on the road to sell our fine line of house?
hold goods on monthly payments.
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A WOMAN IN
What She Saw There and What
She Thinks of it.
A BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF A FEW
OF THE OUTRAGES, RASCALITIES
AND CRIMES PERPETRATED
THERE?SHE GETS ADVICE FROM
A MASCULINE FRIEND AND PRO?
CEEDS TO FOLLOW IT.
By Wunhoo Seedlt.
For once, my sorrowing sisters, own
the-earth man has been outwitted by a
nineteenth century woman. Notwith?
standing the eternal flat that went forth
that women wero to be excluded from the
Democratic convention, a woman stood,
and stood boUliy, too, within the hal?
lowed precincts of that august body.
And, oh, my" sisters, could you have
heard the sounds that arose from squab
bllug men and hive seen the scenes that
wero passing strange, it would have
caused the hairs of your bend to stand
on end like the quills of some fretful por?
It is my purpose to give you a brief
description of only a few of the outrages,
rascalities and crimes perpetrated there,
that you may realize how low tho mascu?
line mind of man may fall when not held
In check by the tender and elevating in?
fluence of a true, feminine soul.
"How did 1 manage to got in?" and
"Wasn't there a policeman Kith a beard,
nnd a great, fierce looking fat man, as
broad as the door, guarding the entrance?"
Yes, there was, but it was easy. You
see, fat men are always easily fooled,
and the Roanoke policeman looked the
other way. 1 didn't know admission was
by ticket, but observed this fact while
watching others enter. How was I to get
I was somewhat discouraged. "Du ,"
said I to myself, "What! am I, after hav?
ing to beg my brother two hours for his
bicycle suit; then, after much labor get?
ting it on, after having my hair cut off
and submitting to numerous other diffi?
culties aud trials, nnd tribulations of the
flesh, to desist from my undertaking?
No! That door must and shall be enter?
So retiring to a corner of the lobby I
revolved iu my feminine brain a femalo
plan of campaign. 1 thought of what
my eonfid-mtial advisor. Mrs. Allen, had
told me; but she said nothing about how
to get In. Her advice appMed only to the
method of procedure after getting in,
such as, "He sure to keep your hat on,
smoke a cigar all the time, shake hands
with everybody, slapping them on the
back and saying, 'Row are you, old chap?
threo cheers for Bryan;1 and oe sure,"
she emphasized, "to say 'darn it' occa?
sionally, and when In an emergency make
it stronger." But none of these covered
I noticed in tho opposite corner a fine
looking gentleman, with dark hair aud
a very strong smooth shaven face, with
a prominent Kornau ncse, dark, piercing
eyes, and slightly lame in one leg. He
had a benevolent expression and looked
something like a parson. Everybody
seemed to know him and went up to him
und shook bauds with him, calling him
major. Just then one of the clerks in
my father's store came up and shook
hands cordially with the major, who
"I am very glad to see you again, Mr.
? ah, Mr.?ah?h"
"Brown," said the clerk.
"Oh, why to be sure, Mr. Brown, I re?
member you quite we'l. How is Mrs.
Browu and all the little Browns?"
Some one else came up at this moment,
so the clerk was saved the trouble of in?
forming tho mnjor that he was unmar?
ried. This was au eye opener to me. So
I went un to the major at once, slapping
him ou the back, I began:~3
"How are you, old chap? Throe cheers
He looked at mo a little curiously, but
shook hands cordially.
"Why," said he, "you are looking so
much better than when I last saw you."
"Darn it! major." I replied, "it's~tho
free sliver speaking I've been doing in
my county. I naturallj thrive on it."
"Let me see," said be, "what is your
"Smithere," I answered.
"Smithers, of course, but his initials?"
"W. N. Smithers," I replied.
Thus he found out my name in true
politico polite fashion. But this wasn't
getting into the couvontlon. So I asked
the major that as I had misplaced my
ticket if he wouldn't kindly identify nte
at the door.
"Certainly," said he, "just step this
way. Mr. Doorkeeper, this is my old
friend, Mr. Smithers "
?.,That was all. but it was sufficient. I
now stood inside of the great convention
hall. It was packed and jammed with
men, and men only. 1 felt lonesome,'but
not one whit discouraged. My soul was
animated'by a lofty purpose, that pur?
pose being the elevation and restoration
of down-trodden women. I had come
into that assembly to move that hereafter
and fcrever women should he entitled to
a seat on the lloor of every Democratic
convention to be held in this old com?
monwealth. And, oh, my oppressed sis?
ters, if ever our presence was needed any?
where to restrain barbarous man, surely
it was here.
The boxes shone not with the resplen
dant. beauty of Virginia's fairer sex. nor
did they glitter with tho polished shirt
fronts of men In evening attire, as they
have done in times past. The men were
ther.> and thu shirts were there, too. for
that matter, but the ladies were nowhere
to be seen. As a consequence nearly all
the men had their coats off, were smoking
cigars and swinging their feet over the
railing iu a most unlady-like fashion.
The large stage had fully 300 seated
upon it. There were several tables for
reporters, who were, by tho way, a fine
lookinir set of fellows. At tho back were
two large pictures, one. of Will J. Bryan,
and the other of Thomas JelTerson. The
presiding officer, a slightly built man,
with a heavy growth cf beard, sat in the
center. IPs management ef the unwieldy
gathering was very commendable.
The galleries were both filled to over?
flowing with strong, able-bodied looking
men, who represent Virginia Democtacy,
and excel in both brain and brawn. Al?
together tho convention presented unite
an attractive appearance, although it was
marred here and there by the appearance
of an occasional gold bug, bi by the pres?
ence of some pompous Populists.
1 took my seat beside a very thin, mod.
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est, nice looking little mnn, nnd began to
watch eagerly for a chance to get in my
motion. There seems that there was
nothing especial before the body, as they
were waiting for the committee on cre?
dentials to report. Suddenly somebody
right behind us yelled out "Bwanson!
Swauson!*' The little, thin man by my
side jumped as if he'd been shot. "Oh,
Lord," he groaned, "I knew it."
- Then the wbole house took up the Tcry.
"Swanson! Swauson!" everybody yelled.
So tho little man at my side buttoned his
coat nnd advnnced to the stnge, and I tell
you he made a flue speech. He began by
telling a joke about Congressman Bailey,
which brought down the house. While
he was speaking a man right behind me
leaned over and whispered In my ear:
"I say, youngster, when Swansou gets
through you yell Marshall."
So when Mr. Swansou stopped aud the
applause died away, I yelled at tho top
of my voice, "Marshall! Marshall!"
The house took it up and the man who
had whispered to me now advanced to
the platform. He winked at me as ho
passed. This was an eye opener.
"Three cheers for Cyclone Jim," said
some one, aud they were wildly given.
Cyclone.Jim has a voice like one of those
big brass horns wheu the valve sticks,
so everybody heard h'fl clear and humor?
ous remarks. As he closed he was heart?
ily applauded. At this juncture four or
five men jumped up. ,'Mr. Chairman!
"The chair recognizes the gentlemen
from Richmond city," said Mr. Sauu
"In my city, Mr. Chairman, we have
never heaid 'A Hot Time in the Old
Town'To-night.' So I move that the
band play this now famous musical com?
Vociferous applause greeted this
learned remark of the Richmond dele?
gate, so the band at once begin to play.
As the music ceased some man, related,
we imagine, to Mr. Letcher. arose and
betrau a lengthy, tiresome and tedious
discourse about something or other, we
couldn't discover what. Ho grew red in
the face and beat the air violently, as if
some imaginary foe was tbe recipient of
his blows. His voice grew hoarse, but
be. raved ah the more. His body swayed
back and forth and his eyes bulged forth
in magnificent oratorical splendor His
hair kept bohbiug up and (low serenely
in lovely time to the tin-tinuabulation
of his bell-like voice, so discordantly out
Somebody finally yelled "time" or
"tie him," I couldn't tell which.
f?This had no effect. Then somebody said,
"put him out!"" The whole house grew
into confusion and his lips were seen to
be moving, but that was all. No sound
could be heard. He soon collapsed, fall?
ing.into the arms of a sympathetic, can?
didate, and muttering:
"Damn them Democrats. I wouldn't
join them to save their lives."
He was a Populist.
At this juncture the people on the stage
began to rise and cheer. They waved
canes, hats and umbrellas, and were
eagerly looking toward tbe right of the
platform. The band began to play "Hall
to the Chief" The people all over the
house caught the enthusiasm an<l gave
vent to loud cheois and yells The scene
was indeed inspiring and one never to be
forgotten. I soon discovered the cause.
The whole convention was rising as one
man and giving my ^friend, the major, *a
most enthusiastic welcome. The major
stepped out on the stage and the applause
was deafening. He held up his hand and
in a moment the silence was iutense.
Then we heard that soft, -'Hisical voice,
yet clear as a bell, that has so often been
raised in defense of right and truth, and
we recoguized that we were Hsteuing to
one of the world's greatest orators, the
Hon. John W. Daniel.
I thought after be had finished every?
body would be in a good humor and it
would be a suitable time for me to get in
my motion. So when he stopped I
jumped upand shouted "Mr. Chairman;"
at least I tried to shout, but I was aston?
ished to find that I could hardly make a
sound and my knees were weakening
rapidly. A man in ftont of me with a
great big voice had gotten up and while
I was trying to get my tongue to work,
was recognized. He made one of those
oratorical efforts which consisted more in
sound than in sense, aud reminds one of i
mock-tragedy. His peroration was a
mairnificent flight, ending with, "and I
say unto you, fellow Democrats, In the
words of the greatest poet of our oil com?
monwealth, 'Sic semper Tyrann!?,' or let
not the sun go down on thy w-ath."
My courage was fast oozing away, ' and
the cigar that I was continually puffing
was having a disastrous effect. I re?
solved, however, manfully, that I would
not. be downed. So when the man who
had beeu last recognized was closing 1
stood up on my chair and clutched my
cane firmly, resolved that'kthis time i would
be heard. As he sat down I shouted
"Mr. Chairman!" and bit with all ray
strength down on the set in front with
my cane to attract attention. The effect
was entirely unexpected.
Instead of hitting the chair, as I in?
tended, the cane came down with fright?
ful force on the bald head of a brawny
blacksmith directly iu front. He roared
like an enraged lion and jumped at me.
"You little whipper-snapper, what do
you mean!'" said he, grabbing me by the
I was too terrified to think at all. 1
was only conscious that this must, be the
emergency to which Mrs. Allen referred,
nnd strong language was necessary. I
remembered mv father's saying once that
one man called anolher a d?m liar, and
brother Willie had sa'd that that was
pretty stroug language. Somehow this
came into my mind. Solbegnn, "You're
a d? m 11?" I got no further. Ho bit
at me a blow that would have felled an
ox. But it uever fell upon me. I fell
fainting to the lloor and had to be carried
home in a carringe.
I am now resolved tu let someone else
get women admitted to political conven?
tions. The memory of ihe last Is sufficient
Th? fis- j
Services at Christ Church?There will
be no services in the morning, but there
will be services and a sermon in the even?
ing at 8. coodncted by Rev. Alfred An
eou, ol Wartlnsville, Va. Everyone is
cordially invited to atten?'. Sunday school
at 0:30 a. m.
St. John's?Early Communion at 7:80
a. m. Regular service at 11 a. m. Even
iug service at 7 p. m.
First Baptist Church?In the absence
of the pastor the pulpit will be filled Dy
the Rev. F. S. Retnn, of Detroit, Mich.,
morning and evening.
Jefferson Stieet Bapt'st Church?The
congregation will worship in the new
building to-day. Sunday-school at 9:80
a. m. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8:15 p.
m. by the pastor.
Fourth Avenue Christian Church
Rev. Ira W. Kiimuel,; the pastor, w?ll
preach at the Fourth Avenue Chrl?tlan
Church morning and night at the usual
Railroad Y. M. C. A. -Weather per?
mitting the afternoon service will bo held
In the grovo beginning at 3:30 o'clock.
Rev. W. D. Keene, pastor of Belmont M.
E. Church, South, will address the meet?
ing. Subject, '"lhoughts and Charac?
ter." Men and women invited.
Calvary Baptist -Dr. Henry W. Battle,
of Petersburg, will preach at Calvary
Baptist Church morning and evening at
the usual hours.
Grace Church?There will be preaching
at Grace Church at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
by the pastor, Rev. Charles I). Bulla.
Sunday-schoal at 0:30 a. m. Prayer
meting Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock.
All are welcome. Stranyers cordiully in?
St. Paul's Reformed?Ssrvices at 11 a.
m. by the r.astor,|Rev. Lewis Reiter. No
service at .night. Sunday-school at ?
Belmont?At Belmont M. E. Church,
South, the pastor. Rev. W. D. Keene,
will preach at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. A
full attendance is desired. At the morn?
ing service new memoers will be admit?
St. James?Preaching at St. James
M. E. Church South at 11 a. in. and 8 p.
m by the pastor. Rev. "II. I. Stephens.
Morning subject, "The Touchstoue of
Character." At the evening servicu he
will preach a special scrvmon to'.husinesu
men. As this is the last Sunday that
the pastor will he with the congregation
before taking his vacation for some
weeks, a ful' attendance of the entire
membership is desired. Sunday-school
at 0:30 a. in., E. S. MeNamee, superin?
tendent. The pnstor has a special class
Memorial M. E. Church, South, at 11 a.
m. and 8 p. m. by the pastor, Rev.
Thomas E. Carson. Suuday-school at
9:30 a. m. Epworth League at 7:30 p. m.
Trinity?Public worship and sermon
by the pastor, Rev. J. C. Jones, morning
and evening at the usual hours. Morn?
ing subject, "Source* of Strength;" even?
ing subject, "Four Inexplicable Things."
Sunday-school at 0:30 a. n?. J. B. An?
St. Mark's?Services at St. Mark's
Lutheran Church, corner Commerce aun
Church streets, at 11 a. m., conducted by
Rev. J. W. Butler, of Oakland, Md.
Sunday-school at 9:30 a. m. Christian
Endeavor at 7:15 p. m. No preaching at
night. Strangers welcome at all times.
Lee Street?The following is the pro?
gramme of sei vices at Lee Street M. E.
Church: At 10 a. m. clsas meeting; 11
a. m. sermon by the pastor, Rev. E. G.
Hutchinson, subject, "The Fool's Con?
clusion." Also service at 8 p. m., sub
1 ject, "The Abundant Saviour.' Sunday
'school at 2:30 p. m, H. W. Roberts, su?
perintendent. A cordial welcome to all.
Those having children to baptize will
j please bring them to the morning service.
Robert Moorman Mission?This Sun?
day-school meets at Mid rose Hall on Park
street, at 3 p. m. W. R. Besser Is su?
perintendent. All are cordially invited.
V IN TON.
No services at the Vinton Methodist
Church to-day, but instead there will be
I all day services at McFall's Mineral
I Springs. Vinton people requested to at?
THINKS ANDREE SAFE.
An Opinion of an American Who Has
Just Returned from a Visit.
Chicago, Aug. 14,?Capt. John Wind?
row, of San Francisco, is visiting his
brother, Dr. S. Windrow, of 233 La Salle
avenue. Be has ;ust returned from Swe?
den, where he visited relatives, among
whom is the family of Professor Andree's
?'I was in Stockholm," said the Captain,
"when the news arrived t.v at Andree had
left Spltzberen in his balloon. His
brother's family fully believes that he
will be heard from. Andree himself told
them that if no news was received from
hltn in two months, probably nothing
would be heard of him lor a year, as he
would have then landed in such localities
that it would take months for him and
his party to reach a point where they
could communicate with the outside
"My own belief is that Andree has
struck a southwest wind, as these are the
winds that most usually prevail at that
time of the year in the northern latltndes,
and that he has Veen carried into Siberia,
and it may be many months before he
will lie heard from."
REPUBLICAN CONVENTION SURE.
ChairmHn Lamb, of Virrnia, Says He
Will Call One.
Norfolk, Va., Aug. 14.?Despite the
opposition of some prominent Republi?
cans a convention will probably be cslled
in a short time to nominate a State
Chairman Lamb,of the State Republi?
can committee, has received a communi?
cation from Messrs. W. P. Tyson and
Charles G. Mapp's, a committee of the
Charlottesville chamber of commerce,
offeriag^to furnish a hall, committee
room, music, and decorations free of
charm* if the Republicans will hold the
con n ut ion there this fall. Colone! Lamb
says that if the State committee does not
call the convention he w'll. The State
committee will meet at Lynchburg on
Wednesday to determine the matter.
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.JULIUS D. DREHER,
G 27 2m President.
A. J. KVANS. F. M. BUTT. C. U. PKIOK.
(Successors to Evans Bros.)
Keep a Full aud Complete Line of
Every Article Known to the
Hardware Trade. We Invite
an Inspection of Our Stock and
22 Campbell Avenue.
ALE and PORTER.
All City Orders Promptly Delivered
Through any of our Dealers.
& We especially call the attention of the public to our
jjt "PILSENER" Export Bottled Beer. Highest
q ? grade on the market.
^ Our ''DUBLIN" Porter as a tonic for family
l use is without a superior.
THE IGil BREWING CO.
1 Brewers and Bottlers.
[ 'Phone 104. Roanoke, Va.
The great remedy for nervous prostration and all nervous diseases of
tlio generative organs of either i*ox. kiicIi as Nervous Prostration. Pall*
lug or I/OHt Manhood. ImpotorCT, Nightly BnlMlonm. Youthful Krror?,
Mental Worry ezceMlTSUMOf TolinecoorOplimi, which lend to Con?
sumption nml li.-mittv. With every Stt order wo give a written guar
?MT> ACTHII IIMINil. antee to euro or refund the money. Sold at ? 1.0.? per box. ?1 boxes
tor ?5. I/O. DU. UOTT'HC-UEUlCALI'd,, Cleveland.Ohio.
For sale by ohas. d. FOX
"DIRT DEFIES THE KING." THEN
IS GREATER THAN ROYALTY ITSELF.