Newspaper Page Text
KVKUY MOHNINO, EXCEPT MONDAY.
ROANOKK rU?LI81UNO CO.,
PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS,
182 CAMPBELL AVK. S.W.
TKBM8 BY MAIL (POSTAGE PKEPAID):
DAILY, ONE MONTH. 60
M THKEK MONT1I8.fl.f)0
11 SIX MONTHS. 3.00
4? ONE YEAH, IN ADVANCE. 5.00
SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAH. 1.00
?.,,,v?u ( Iluslness OlUoe.143
FHUIiBBS ?) Kdltorlal Kooras. 1?4
Interstate 1'Iiohch-Same numbers for tho
S M T W T F S
. 1 2
8 4 5 0 7 8 0
10 11 13 10 14 15 10
17 18 19 20 21 22 23
24 25 20 27 28 29 30
Minister Woodtord's communication
to the Spanish premier was only a
friendly representation of affairs in Cuba.
The people of Spaia are making ??much
ado about nothinu,'' but there would
hardly be so much smoke in Spanish
circle.' if there were .iot some lire.
Another reported discovery of gold
mines richer thau the Klondike is Hashed
over the wire. This time it ;s the Chlck
nsaw nation, Indian Territory, ff this
thing continues much longer the yellow
metal will become as common as Iron,
and everybody will wenr diamonds.
One of the great cpieslions mi the Em?
pire State just now is who will be mayor
of Greater New York city, and as Tam?
many Hall and Boss Plutt seem to
hold most of the cards the matter
will probably be settled between them.
Presldeut Low, tho Citizens' Union can?
didate, does not seem to be 'n it, so to
The Democrats of Massachusetts are
tine to the silver faith and W. .T. Bryan.
At the recent State convention there
George Fred Williams was nominated for
governor, and a platform declaring for
t he free coinage of silver at the ratio of
10 to 1 adopted. The resolutions de?
manded freedom for Cuba, elections of
Senators by the'popnlar vote, denounced
the Dingier tariff and trusts and eulogize
W. J. Bryan.
Tho orange crop of Florida, which
suffered such a serious drawback from
the front of some years ago, which killed
many groves and badly injured others,
will be a largo one this year, .it is said,
and there Is consequently much rejoicing
among lovers of the luscious Bub-tropical
fruit. Since the failii'-o of the Florida
orange crops California lias endeavored
to supply the deficiency, but, those beat
qualified to judgo contend that there is
no more comparison between an orange
from the Peninsular State and one from
California thau between a peach and a
DY.YELOP THE STATE.
The politicians of Virginia are worry?
ing themselves considerably over the
Hnancinl question and the distribution
of offices, but there are questions concern?
ing the material development of the
Stute which at this time are ol more im?
portance than national or purely personal
matters. The highways oe tlie State are
sadly in need of improvement, and the
question of employing convict, labor on
the road? is one that should Ie thoroughly
discussed, so that the people may arrive
at a just and intelligent conclusion in this
Good roads are necessary not only tD
the welfare of the rural communities, but
when the roadways of a section arc kept
in good condition they contribute largely
to the growth of the towns, villages and
cities to which they are tributary, and
thus help aloiiL' < very department .of in?
dustry and trade in the localities they
With an abundance of material for per?
manent road improvement and substan?
tial bridge building, tlie county roads of
most parts of Yirginia are for much of
the year In a deplorable condition, and
it. should be the aim of our law-makers
when they next assemble to see that
methods for speedy and durable improve?
ments of the highways of tho State are
devised and nut.in operation without, de
With a climate unsurpassed by any
Prove the merit of Hood's SnrsaparIlia?post
tlve, perfect, permanent cures.
Cures of scrofula In severest forms, like
goitre, swelled neck, running sores, hip
disease, sores in the eyes.
Cures of Salt Rheum, with its intense Itching
and burning, scald head, tetter, etc.
Cures ol Holls, Pimples, and all other erup?
tions due to impure blood.
Cures of Dyspepsia and other troubles where
a good stomach tonic was needed.
Cures of Rheumatism, where patients were un
' able to work or walk for weeks.
Cures of Catarrh by expelling the Impurities
which cause and sustain the disease.
Cures of Nervousness by properly toning and
feeding the nerves upon pure blood.
Cures of That Tired Feeling by restoring
strength. Send for book of cures by
goC. I. Hood Si Co.. Proprietors, I,owcll, Mass.
*-t~~ mil , Kro "'0 best after dlnnoi
nOOCl S FillS pills, aid digestion. tf>c.
portion of the Union; with illimitable
reeouicos on land and water, ViriE'nin
would now, us she was in the earlier
years of tbo republic, bo one of tho gr?nt?
est States ot the American Union if her
peoplo bad devoted one-half the time to
tho development of the material re?
sources that they have wasted on political
questions which have for tho most part
brought only disappointment and disas?
ter to them Individually and collectively.
It is not too late, howevei, if they turn
their attention to tho improvement of
their roadways and farms and to the "en?
couragement of immigration, for them to
add largely to the wealth and population
of the commonwcaltn, and thus give this
grand old State her proper place among
those that comprise the American Uri'on.
As long, however, as nearly every inter?
est is Bubordnated to politics and the
people waste so much of their time and en?
ergy in the struggles for office they may
expect to lag behind in tho race of pro?
The breed of statesmen of the days of
Jefferson, Madison and Monroe and of a
subsequent period in the history of tho
State seems to have died out, but the en?
ergy and courage of the people of Vir?
ginia is now as great as it ever was, and
if directed towards the development of
the material interests of the common?
wealth will accomplish the most impor?
tant results. Then, when the State is
fairly on tho road to wealth and pn sper
ity, the latent power of her people may
again be developed and some of Virginia's
sons will occupy a high place in the
councils of the nation
In the meantime the first duty of every
true son of the Old Dominion Is to bend
all his energies towards the unbuilding
of his personal fortunes and the improve*
ment of general conditions in agriculture,
manu, acturers, tra.lc, commerce and
mining. If the great majority are ani?
mated by this spirit the result will not
be doubtful, and Old Vlreiuia, from the
mountains to tho sea, will blossom as the
THE HEATHEN CHINEE.
"For ways that are dark and tricks
that are not always vnin. the heathen
Chinee is peculiar." Besides working
their way into this country from British
Columbia and Canada on every occasion,
it now appears that these earth-born Ce?
lestials are trying another ''racket" on
the United States Government on its
Southern border. A dispatch from Tor
reou, Mexico, says a band of twenty-live
Chinamen passed through there on that
day en route to the Rio Grande border.
They were all from Southern Mexico,
where they had been for several years,
and whore each has made his fortune,
which has been sent back to China. Thty
were believed In Mexico to be making
thoir way to tho United States to be ar?
rested for violating the exclusion act and
Ijiven free transportation to their homes
in China by the American Gcverninent.
It. is claimed in Mexico that of the large
number of Chinamen who have entered
the United States from that county since
tho exclusion act went into effect, nearly
all have done so for,the purpose of getting
back to China at the expense of the
As those who come trom the Dominion
of Canada are generally"jjlcked up some?
where in the United States and sect back
home, it may be that many of these are
also playing the game that tneir brf thren
from Mexico are engaged in. A China?
man always keeps an eye on the main
DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY FOR
This is the best medicine in the world
for all forms of Coughs and Colds and for
Consumption. Every bottle is guaran?
teed. It will cure aud uot disappoint. It
has no equal for Whooping Cough,
Asthma, Hay Fever, Pneumonia, Bron?
chitis, La Grippe, Cold in the Head and
for Consumption. It is safe for all ages,
pleasant to take, and. above all, a sure
cure. It Is always well to take Dr. King's
New Lile Pills in connection with Dr.
King's New Discovery, as they regulate
and tone the stomach and bowels. Wo
guarantee perfect satisfaction or return
money. Free trial bott'es at Massie's
Pharmacy, 1011 Jefferson street. Regular
sizes, DO cents and $1.
A few weens ago the editor was taken
with a very severe cold that caused him
to ''e in a most miserable condition. It
was uudoubtably a bad eise of la grippe
and recognizing it as dangerous he took
immediate steps to bring about a speedy
cure. From the advertisement of Cham?
berlain's Cough Ri-mely ami the many
good recommendations included therein,
we concluded to make a first trial of the
medicine. To say It was satisfactory in
its results is putting it very mildly, in?
deed. It acted like magic and the result
was a speedy ah'1 permanent cure. We
have no hesitancy in recommending this
excellent cough remedy t.3 anyone a fillet?
ed with a cough or a cold in any form.?
The Banner of Liberty, Libert j town,
Maryland. Ihe 25 ntd 50 cent sizes for
H".le by H. C. Barnes. "He puts up pre?
I keep on hand a complete line of dry
goods and notion samples for Guggen
heimer & Co., and invite all merchants
to call, rooms No 1 aud 3, over thu old
postoflice on Jefferson street.
W. H. PAULLING.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cent?;
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets, $4. J.
J. CatognPs restaurant.
Besides selling school books at lowest
prices, we give a ticket ivith each 10 cent
purchase. The customer returning us
largest numbnr of tickets before January
1 will get that $75 Crescent. Bicycle.in
our window. Tho Crescent wheel is
guaranteed by tho Roanoko Cycle, Com
pauy. GRAYATT'S FAIR.
No. 0 Salem avenue.
Ronner, tho well known restaurant
man, has op^nc1 a private dining room
for ladles, which is fitted up in thu niO?t
FACTS IN A FEW LINES.
Chirm hns a war god "with 8,000
Only two English women in every 100
now wear earrings.
Glass brashes aro used by tho artists
who decorate china.
In Hamburg tho authorities tax n dog
according to its sizo.
Muskogon, Mich., is fust becoming a
tnrtlo shipping center.
Tho averago rent of houses in Eng?
land is ?21 per annum.
Tho regulation stop of the British ar?
my is 120 to tho miuuto.
Tho Prussian army contains but ono
officer raised from tho ranks.
In 54 cases out of every 100 tho left
leg is stronger than tho right.
Todny it costs ?187,500,000 per an?
num to maintain tho peace of Europe.
In 12 marriages out of ovory 100 ono
of tho parties has been married before.
A honso well built of first class brick
will outlast ono constructed of granite.
Church bells are tuned by chipping
tho edgo till tho proper noto is obtained.
German schoolboys study harder and
play less than those of any other nation.
Tho Danes wero tho first to abolish
slavery in their West Indian possessions.
Tho waters of North America arp
' stocked with 1,800 different varieties of
Nearly 00 per cent of premature
deaths can bo traced to excess of strong
To detach a fish bono from tho threat
swallow a raw egg as quickly as it can
Tho average walking pneo of a
healthy man or woman is said to bo 75
steps a minute.
Tho women of Marocco never cele
brato their birthdays, aud few of them
know their ages.
Tho most productivo load miuo in tho
Union is in Missouri. Its output is
01,000 tons n year.
Although Berlin is the capital of
Germany, only a third of its inhabitants
aro Germans by birth.
Tho medical department of the
queen's household costs ?2,700 yearly
and comprises 24 persons.
A storekeeper in Bath, Me., says that
rats never gnaw hemlock. Ho keeps all
his grain in hemlock chests.
In ancient Egypt it was tho custom
among a certain tribo to eat dead
friends as a mark of honor.
Moro than 270,000 peoplo enjoyed
baths last month at the free public bath?
houses of tho city of Boston.
Tho screw of an Atlantic liner re?
volves something like 030,000 times be?
tween Liverpool and Now York.
Tho most beautiful altar in England
is tho Lady altar at tho Brompton ora?
tory, and it iH equal to any in Rome.
Thcro aro something liko 40,000 pub?
lic schools in Janau. The buildiucs are
comfortable, and education is compul?
Thcro seems to bo no doubt that, as
far as the British market is concerned,
Chiuu teas aro gradually becoming ex?
Tho estimate of the cost which was
incurred by tho government in tho ju?
bilee rejoicings amounts, it is said, to
Ono of tho most curious trades extant
is thut of a man in Berlin who gets n
living by breeding rats for vivisection
The city of Rabway will soon possess
tho largest dome in tho east. It is to be
erected over tho New Jersey state re?
Thirteen thonsand gallons of whisky
aro said to be on tho way to the Klon?
dike. That will certainly bo a good lo?
cality in which to take the gold core.
The London Stock Exchange has an
orchestra composed of members of tho
exchange, accounted ono of tho finest
amateur musical organizations in tho
Manchester corporation supplies both
gas and electricity. For the year end?
ing March last tho net profit from tho
former was $08,324 and from the lutter
Russia hns 67,000,000 hens laying
against the rest of Europe. They aver?
age a yearly output of 4,000,000,000
eggs and beat tho French and German
luycra by about 600,000,000.
According to a writer in Tho Inde?
pendent, only four of the states of the
Union use officially tho term common?
wealth, those being Massachusetts,
Pennsylvania, Virginia and Kentucky.
Ono British carnivorous animal, the
marten, seeks fruit as a dainty. In
Sntherlaudshiro Mr. St. John discov?
ered that BOino animal was stealing his
raspberries, and, setting a trap, caught
in it a marten cub.
Kansas and Missouri aro rejoicing in
big apple crops, wliilo everywhere else
in thu Union the fruit seems to bo
M arco, small aud of rather poor quali?
ty. New York buyers aro reported to
be swarming in the two states buying
up all tho apples in sight.
Matelotes and other stews of which
rabbit is supposed to form a part aro
being shunned by Parisians since tho
rabbits inoculated with miscellaneous
disease germs wero stolen from tho Au
bervilliera laboratory. The police say
that they have traced the lost rabbits,
and that all wero eaten by the Auber
villicrS'POOplo, who us yet have shown
uo bail effects.
Perhaps tho most reliable informa?
tion respecting the ago of trees is found
in tho report of the German forestry
commission, published somo years ago.
This assigns to the pine an age of 600
to 7iR> as a maximum, 426 years to tho
silver lir, 275 years to tho larch, 246
years to tho red beech, 210 years to tho
aspen, 200 years to thu birch, 170 yenrs
to the ash, 145 years to tho alder and
130 years to tho elm.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents:
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets) f4. J.
J. Catognl's restaurant.
Calf-kin ! Heul, genuine, liouest, old
fnshioiied Calfskin, tanned anil prepared
in the most modern and up-to-date
method. After all, the best material to
make good Shoes with ; i. e., reliable
everyday Shoes that will stand wear and
tear ami hard usage. Not built for
dancing or receptions, but for tough ser?
Then we have the others, too, and all
at bottom prices.
Roanoke Shoe Do,,
Spot Gash Money Savers.
yy E are nearly always as busy
" as we can be.
Somehow we seem to stay that
We are working on the plan that
people buy where they get the
For Their Money.
We find the plan works well;
probably because it's well
NELSON & MYERS,
I 207 Second street s. w., Boauoke, Va.
According to the statement of tho 10
year-old daughter of a Massachusetts
clergyman there are ways of making
an old sermon seem almost new.
"Molly," said one of the friends of
this young critio, "does your father ov?
er preach tho same sermon twice?"
"I think perhaps he does," returned
Molly, cautiously, "bur I think hp talks
loud and. soft in different places tho sec?
ond time, so it doesn't sound tho sumo
at all. "?Youth's Companion.
A Terrible Cut.
"I saw Jones this morning, " said the
gentleman with tho pea green whiskers,
"with an. awful cut on his head that
his wife had given him. Ho was hurry?
ing us fast us ho could to the"?
"To the doctor?" interrupted the
gentleman with the bald wig.
"Naw. To the barber's to have it cut
right. "?Cincii'Moti Kmiuircr.
At the State Militia Camp.
Raw Recruit (on duty)?Who goes
R. R.?Advance, friend, an gimme a
pipo o' baccy.?Judy.
What They Need.
"The Jinkers are sending their chil?
dren to a school of expression."
"They would better send them to a
school of repression. "?Chicago Record.
Preachleigh?What do you expect on
tho day of judgment?
ings.?New York Truth.
When be proposed n second timo
(She burl refused him once),
She said, with smiles and kiSSCS: "I'm
Afraid a lean's a dunce.
Oh, will they novor learn the nrt
A woman's mind to guess,
And know that down within her heart
A woman's 'No' means 'Yes?' "
When they wen- married, and ho saw
Bho loved to have her way
And heeded m<i the wifely law
That she ghould him obey,
He taxed her with the promise made.
No blnahcH did she .-.how.
ISui said: "Well, dear, I'm much afraid
A woman's 'Yes* means 'No.' "
?Detroit Pree Press.
Our prices are always special, and we
can at any time meet competitors both in
prices and grade, of goods. We do
straight, legitimate business and give
good values. J. K. ROUKRS & CO.
Breakfast 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper, 25 cents. Meal tickets, $4. J?
J. Catogni's restaurant
Tetter, Salt-Rheum and Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting, inci?
dent to these diseases, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad cases
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
a favorite remedy for sore nipples,
chapped hands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic Bore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
Dr. Cndy's Condition Powders, nve
just what a horse needs when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They nro not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horso in prime condition. Price 25
cents per package.
8-rooiii residence. Ninth nvenue a. w.;
$1,000. *10l> c*bh, *15 per mouth. Very
Business lot, Campbell avenue near mar?
8 room residence, Sixth avenue s. w.;
$1,500, $100 cash, $16 per month.
Tili? one may be just what you want.
0-room house, Fourth street u. e., near
Fifth avenue, good house, good lot,
newly painted, an'1 only $S0O, and we
can make the terms all right. Come and
see it today.
Desirable' house. Belmont Doulcvard,
near school building, corner lot, shade,
stable; iu fact one of t*?e best homes in
Belmont; $1,450, $250 cash, $18 per
li-room residence, Fourth avev.ue n. w.,
near Jefferson street; $750, $75 cash,
$12.50 per month.
Cozy little cottage, Roreravenue south
west, shade, litrge lot, only $525. Very
easy to nay for.
STEPS TO PROSPERITY.
Stop and think. Doesn't a man who
owns any real estato always command
your reepectr Don't you think. "Ob, lie's
nil right?" Aren't you a little more
willing to listen to him than to the man
unattached to the earth:- It's natural to
feel thus, and It may be light. Surely
respect is duo to the man who,sits down
ami intelligently thinks about his pobi
tion?how to get along in tho world, nnd
who theu put? his thoughts into action.
There is no reason why yen shouldn't do
the an-no. We dou't care if you get. six
i-ents a-week, or six hundred dollars.
Wo can help you to prosperity, and it
won't take us long to tell you how we'll
Hrick business house, Salem avenue,
best location, 0 stories, $8,000.
Beautiful home, northeast Bonnoke, 7
rooms, large lot, near market house;
small < ash payment, balance nonthly.
If you want a splendid house in uoitn
east don't fail to see it.
broom dwelling, Centre even lie n. w.,
just west Seventh street; $1,100, easy
pay men ts.
Good house. Fourth avenue n. w., t e
tween Eleventh and Twelfth streets;
$750, $T0 cash, s?l2 per month.
Comfortable 0-room house, Dale avenue
8. e., near school building; $700, $50
bash, $10 per mouth.
0 room home, best location, Fourth
avenue n. w.j $7.">0, $fi0 cash, $10 per
We would also havo you remember wo
are headquarters for vacant lots.
Now, do not delay if you would havo
a show at this list, of bargains, for we aro
going 11 sell tboin.
ELMS BEOS, 104 Jefiorsofl Street.
io a .id: is l: it son street.
NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK BUILDING.
New York and Alaska Gold Exploration and Trading Company.
Is formed for mining, transportation |
and trailing purposes, and the first step
taken was to acquire 2,000 acres of land
in the best gold region of Alaska, which
Is a very substantial investment This
company is not satisfied witn this land
alone, but is following *he rush aud dis?
coveries of the Klondike and other sec?
tions of the gold region, and through its
representative on the ground has secured
some of the richest properties iu that
land of fabulous wealth.
The Organization of this company is
with Its management conservative and
safe, offering rare opportunities to in?
crease your values by subscribing to its
stock, par .alue $1. Capital $1,000,000,
and Its officers are men of affairs and bus?
iness which lias prospered under their
management. The mernbeis of the board
of directors will warrant your investment
iu this company.
Her? nie some of the forty hardy spirits
that, a lew months ago, had gone out to
the frozen landsof Alaska In the attempt
to wrest fortune from the hands of fate.
Through the golden gates and into the
beaut lull waters of San Francisco bay
steamed the modest little craft "Excel?
sior" on the morning of July 14, 1897.
No salvos of artillery marked her arrival.
No whistle blew n welcome home. No
dipping pennants indicated that a few
hours later her name would \i? carried
around the world and be upon the lips of
millions of people. But such was the ar?
rival of the Excelsior, bearing the follow?
ing individuals aud their treasure:
Wm. Stanley, Seattle, $115,000; Henry
Anderson, a Swede, $5.000, and a supply
of dust and * half interest in his mine
unsold: Frank Kelly, of Los Angeles,
Cal., $85,000; William Rloct, Nlanamo,
B. C, $52,000; Wilkinson, of the same
place, his companion. $10,000: Frank
Phiscator, of Borndo, Mich.. $00.000; Jo?
seph Ladue, of Blnghamton, N. Y., the
owner of Dawson City aud the first saw
mill in tbnt country; Clarence J. Berry,,
of Southern California^ $130,000 from
one mine and the owner of several others.
Hubert Kocks, $20,000, and many others
on the same boat, and the steamer Port?
land arriving later brought many more.
Numbers have returned since with large
fortunes that are being reported daily by
the press. The riches of this country la
far ahead of any other ever discovered.
Here is what some of the stock compa?
nies paid, formed and operated in South
Africa: L. S. African Exploration, at $5
per share, sold at. $72.80, Consolidated
Gold Fields, at $5 per share, sold at
$41.04; Gold Fields of Mysore, at $5 per
share, sold at $90.81; Crown Beef, at $5
per share, sold at $-18; Crown Deep, at !?-">
per share, sold at $40; Band Mines,at $5
per share, sold at $111.70; Johannesburg
Pioneer, at $5 per share, sold at $00.
Alaska is far- richer than any country
on the globo and stock subscribed in the
companies now forming will pay rlchiy
beyond all expectation. No one should
let this opportunity pass them, for when
will you have it attain? It is the one op?
portunity of your life. Grasp it. The
following directors will warrant your In
veutment and you may feel assured that
your internst is well protected under the
laws of New York:
Officers?President, Chester R. Hong;
vice-president, Theodore D. Palmer; sec?
retary and treasurer, John K. Weeks;
Alaska manager, Louis C. Frey.
Directors?Chester It Hoag, secretary
and trensurer Whitehead Bong Com?
pany: Theodore I). Palmer, treasurer Pal?
mer, Smith & Co., Newark, N. J.; John
H. Weeks, attornev-at. law, 44 Broadwny,
New York: Louis C. Frey, Alaska mana?
ger: C. W. Youngmnn, President Invent?
ors'Aiil anil Development Co.; Oliver
Sumner Teall, President the United
Agents; J. a. McDuflle, General Eastern
Agent of Georgia nnd Alabama Hallway.
Hankers?Wells, Fargo & Co.'s Bank.
Address R. H. Gray, General Agent, Roanoke, Va. Call
for prospectus .-it J. P. Wingfield's office, Campbell street en?
trance, Terry Building, lower Moor.
OCTOBER 12, !3, 14 and 15, 1897.
LIBERAL PREMIUMS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS.
Running races, trotting races, $2,000 purses.
Bicycle races for amateurs?handsome prizes.
PAWNEE BILL'S WILD WEST SHOW ON THE
GROUNDS?FREE TO ALL VISITORS,
lions. William Jennings Bryan, J. H?ge Tyler, John W.
Daniel, and I'. J. Otey are expected to address the people.
Excursion trains on all railroads. One fare for the round
trip. For further information address
LYNCHBURG FAIR ASSOCIATION.
.'. TRAVELERS ABROAD AND REMITTERS AT HOME ,\ j
ABE MINISTERING TO THEIR OWN COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE <
WHEN THEY BUY \
CHEQUE BANK CHEQUES, j
These have been issued for over twenty-three years by <
THE CHEQUE BANK, LIMITED, OF LONDON, j
(CAPITAL, $2,.r)00,000??500,000.) <
They are issued singly or ik books. Thky are drawn in amounts of ?1 *
up. THE OWNKIt DRAWS and signs Ills own' cheques. He uses them in t
SHOPS, hotels, BAltROADS, steamships, as well a8 with hanks and agents. <
They are available in every country in the would. They save him J
time and monet and annoyance. send fob circular which tells all <
about it. Remit to the old country with these checks. <
JUN1US 11. FlSHBURNE, AGENT, Exchange Building, Roanol e, Va '