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The Democrats of Louisville claim that
the*Republicans are shipping negroes by
tho carload into that city from States ad?
joining Kentucky with a view of carrying
the election in November. As they seem
to have caught on to the alleged scheme it
will hardly prove a success.
If Baltimore had played as well in tho
concluding games for the championship
of the league as the team is playing now
Boston would not have won the pennant.
It often happens, however, when most is
expected the least is obtainen, and when
little is needed that tnere is more Hian
A Rochester, New York, man and a
Louisville girl met at Evansville, Ind.,
on the night of the Gth instant for the
first time and after a brief courtship were
married the same evening. As they took
little time to consider such au important
step it is hoped they will ueed none to re?
pent of their hasty action.
The publication of Major Lewis Gin?
ter's will she ws that ho was ' not only a
great benefactor to Richmond, but a man
of broad and liberal views. His bequests
to the charitable institutions of the city
he loved so much embraced all sects and
creeds, while those to private individuals
prove that he was true to bis friends in
every walk of life. It will be years be?
fore Richmond/vill see his like again.
The marriage of Miss Helen Gould,
daughter of the late Jay Gould, and
Alouz'o Potter, eldest sen of Bishop Pot?
ter, of New York, is the subject of so?
ciety gossip in New York. As the youug
lady is charitable and generous, and the
fifteen millions of dollars left her by her
father have been considerably increased,
young Mr. Potter may be considered a
Senator Davis, of Minnesora, says there
*s no danger of war between the United
States and Spain, but he believes the
Spanish power in Cuba will collapse be?
fore the close of the dry season. Senator
Davis is chairman of the Senate commit
te eon foreign relations and ought to be
well posted as to the situation in Cuba,
but there seems to be wide divergence of
opinion between him and Captain-General
Weyler, who promises to crush the rebell?
ion there in few months.
Mr. Charles G. Ki/.er, one of the nomi?
nees of the Norfolk Democrats for the
house of delegates, is the son of ex
deputy clerk of the hustings court of this'
citj, and has many friends in Roanoke
and vicinity who will he glad to learn of
his success in his uew home. Mr. Ki/.er
is a young gentleman of ability and as
the Democratic nomination in Norfolk is
equivalent to an election there is no
doubt of Iiis success.
The republic of Switzerland [will soon
become the owner of the five principal
railroads in that country, for which the
One Large Scar
Is All That Remains of Great
Neighbors Could Not Bear to Look
Upon Her ?A Grand, Complete
Cure by Hood's Sarsaparilla
After Others Failed.
"I was taken with neuralgia in my
head and eyes. Not long after this, a
scrofula sore appeared on my left cluck,
extending from my upper lip to my eye.
Other Bores came on my neck and on my
right arm and ono of my limbs. They
were very troublesome and painful and
Boon became great running sores. My
face looked so bad that Bomo of my
neighbors could not bear to look at mo
and advised me to wear a bandage, but I
feared this would irritate the sore and
make it worse. So I
Could Not Hide the Sores.
My niece, who was familiar with a case
similar to mine, which had been cured by
Hood's Sarsaparilla, urged me to try it.
Finally I was persuaded to do so, and in
a abort time I saw it was helping mc.
The sores began to heal and tho neu?
ralgia in my head was better. In a few
months the sores on my arms and limbs
all healed; thoso on my neck gradually
disappeared and now they arc all gone.
I have never had any symptom of scrofula
since. One large scar on my right arm is
all tho sign that remains of my torriblo
affliction. The neuralgia is also cured."
Mrs. J. M. Hatch, Etna, New Hampshire.
Jtsthe hcat-ln fact the One True Rlooit Purifier.
Hood's Pill?; f?".u"' f,llly P'lls to take
"uuu ? with Hood's ?arsAparllla.
A DANGEROUS ACCIDENT
Is liable to occur at any time when
driving in a poorly built carriage. Don't
ho sorry too late?buy a good thing in
the first place. We guarantee all of our
vehicles as of the best materials and of
superior workmanship, and the risi of a
breakdown in one of our carriages is re?
duced to a minimum.
THE YOST-HUFF CO., LIMITED,
208 Jefferson street, Roanoke, Va.
national council has recently passed a
bill agreeing to pay $200,000,000. Govern?
ment ownership of railroads seems to be
growing in popularity everywhere; but
in a country like curs it would be an im?
mense poRtical~eugine 'unless tho most
r'.gid kind of civil service rules could be
enforced in the management.
As the negotiations for Cuban auto?
nomy hnv?? bean deferred by ,the Spanish
government until tho reassembling of the
cortes in March it is not probable that
much will be accomplished by the United
States towards securing peace on tho isl?
and in the meantime. It may be] that
the Spaniards themselves will do some?
thing to precipitate a "conflict with this
couutry, in which case they would be
playing directly iDto the hands of Uncle
Sam, who would he' only too glad for
such an excuse to intervene iu behalf of
The Keutucky Bankers' Association
which was lately in session at Fraukfort,
where Jthe members were "banqueted"
by the local bankers, adopted resolutions
upon adjourning complimenting the lat?
ter for keeping wine off the table and re?
solving that at all the annual bammets
hereafter ladies should be among tho
guests us the only stimulants there.
Whilo this is a good rule it will hardly
meet the wishes of nil the bankers of
Dun's Review of Trade for tho past
week takes a most hopeful outlook of the
business situation,which, judging by the
payments through the banks, Is better
thau It has been for years. The business
failures of the week are also smaller thau
at any time sinco 1892. This is cheerful
to read about, but it is hoped the appar
ent. improvement will not lead to great
speculation and over-product ion, thejrocks
which nearly wrecked the country in
Mayor Carter Harrison, of Chicago,
during a recent trip through Illinois is
said to hare politely refused to eat any
of the-sausage In the lunch tendered him
and his party during a short stay at a
railroad town. Ho said the revelations
in the Luotgert trial had proven a great
danger to the bologna sausage business,
and that one maker of the erstwhile pop?
ular mixture had killed his wife because
of the dullness in that line of manufac?
ture. While it is not probable that the
effect of the trial will be lasting in this
important business Interest, if it results
in causing sausage makers to bo more
particular as to tho materials it will he a
benefit to the public.
It is now claimed that the escape of
Seuoritai Cisneros, ^the beautiful Cuban
prisoner, about whose brutal treatment
by Captuin-Coneral Weyler there was
such a howl in this country some time
ago, was effected by the connivance of
that doughty warrior himself,who feared
that the examination into the case by the
present liberal Spanish ministry might
show up him and Governor Berez, of the
Isle of Bines, in a very unpleasant, light.
At any rate she apparently escaped by
the assistance of outsiders and it is hoped
she will soon be sate in the United States,
Where the persecution of her enemies can?
not reach her.
*" The Bible says the rain falls upon the
just and the unjust, the ordinary infer
I ence from which !s that a man's success
in this life is not measured by bis con?
formance to divine will: but that so long
as ho adheres to physical laws bis
chances for material reward are equal to
trose of the man who realizes his respon?
sibility to God and man. While this idea
is apparently borne out by experience it
is nevertheless true that where men are
totally oblivious of the rights of others,
and labor wholly for themselves, they
often realize that they have made a mis?
take in tho disastrous reaction which
wrecks all their schomes.
Tho profligate man or woman in pur?
suit of what the world calls pleasure may
succeed for a time In grasping' the glit?
tering bauble, but they will icarn at last
that "tho dead aro there," and that "her
steps lead down into hell." The politi?
cian who by tricks and chicanery suc?
ceeds in attaining tho object of his runhi
tlon, ami who climbs into exalted station
over the wrecked hopes ot his opjonents,
may* apparently be tho happiest of
men,but he can no more escape tho effect
of the moral laws which he has diHre
garded than the man who, by excesses In
the pursuits of pleasure, brings disease
and death to bis physical frame.
Men of superior intellect may dominate
and deceive their fellows and by the scone
am' thoroughuoss of their plans secure a
position among the great ones of the
earth; but if in so dolug thoy tavo tram?
pled remorselessly upon the rights of
others and by blocd and murder achieved
their success all their glory will turn to
the apples of Sodom,and though the'igno
raut world may applaud the reproofs of
conscience will be ever present to rub
them of the happiness 'they had hoped to
Thus it is seen that every ein brings
its own punishment in this life, either
physically or mentally, and that the
greater the crime the greater will te the
affliction. Murder may not always out;
but the agony of mind eudured by him
or her who escapes a just punishment,
here for such a crime is ten fold greater
than the physical sufferings of one who
surrenders his life for that which he has
taken. So evfry sin will iu mcst cases
bring remorse proportionato~to its enor?
mity, and where repetition renders tho
sinner callous to tho admonitions of con?
science, physicals laws are set In motion
which end his career and bring him face
to face with a judgment from which he
Resides all these safeguards to hum an
conduct an All-Wise Being, for the better
government of mankind and for tho bet?
ter control of human passions, holds out
the hope of reward and the fear of pun?
ishment beyond the grave to weak and
erring mortals, and yet, with laws that
are known, and those which are revealed,
sin, folly and crime exist to day and,
since the days of Adam, have largely Hex
isted among mankind. All know by ex?
am le, Inference, and an intuitive Decep?
tion of right and wrong that there are
heavy punishments for sin and crime
even in this life, and that men who es?
cape retribution hero will surely bo pun?
ished hereafter; 'ypt there are millions
upon millions who struggle fiercely to the
foremost in the mad pursuit of pleasure,
and lend such lives as shotV thai, they
ne'ther think themselves amenable to the
moral aud physical laws of this world or
to tho laws of God as revealed in the Bi?
ble. Alas, they are sowing the wind and
will reap the whirlwind.
ALL LADIES cordially invited to at?
tend the Grand Millinery Opening at
Knock's Bazaar, 84 Salem avenue.
Th" Ex-United States Senator Expires iu
Jersey City, Oct. 0 ?Ex-United States
Senator John R. McPherson, of Now Jer?
sey, died to night. He was born nt York,
N. Y., in 1834, and amassed a fortune in
the live stock business in Jersey City.
He was sent to the New Jersey senate in
1871, elected to the United States Senate
in 1877, aud re-elected in 1883 and 1881),
being succeeded in 1895 by William J.
For many years Senator AfcPh<*rson
was the leader of the Democratic party
in New Jersey. He leaves a large for?
LUETGERT FACES ft IS FATE.
Famous Luetgort Caso Now Awaits a
Chicago. Oct. 9.?Tho evidence of the
prosecution in the trial of "Adoph L. Lu
etgert is now before the jury. The State
restetl its case this afternoon. Tne clos?
ing testimony was of tlie'same imneaqh
mg character that'marked the evidence
of the preceding day.
HE MADE A ;BIG HAUL.
Wanted:?A St. Louis Expressman, a
Trunk and $12,000 Worth of Valuables.
St. Louis, Oct. 9.?The police are
searching for an expressman who is be?
lieved to have stolen a trunk containing
$0,000 worth of diamonds ami jewelry,
$5,000 worth of negotiable paper, and
$1,000 In $20 gold pi eces. It is the prop?
erty of Mrs. Alary McNeff, widow of a
Mrs. McNeff decided to visit, a friend
in another part of the.city and had her
trunk taken by an expressman, who went
away ami failed to show up at his <'estl
NEW ASSORTMENT of Ready to
Wear Skirts at Knock's Bnzour, .'54 Salem
avenue, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs?
AN EDUCATOR DYING.
Fannville, Va., Oct. 0. ? Special.?Dr.
John A. Cunningham, the able and dis?
tinguished president of the normal school
here, is thought to be dying. For five
days he has been suffering from menin?
gitis. On Tuesday lie bail violent convul?
sions and to-day Is paralyzed. The entire
community is aroused as it never ha9
been before bv the suddenness of a blow
that will deprive Fartnville of a valued
citizen and the St no of ^a scholarly edu?
Electric Bitters is a medicine suited
for any season, but perhaps more gener?
ally needed when the languid, exhausted
feeling prevails, when the liver Is torpid
anil sluggish and the need of a tonic anil
alterative is felt. A prompt u.se of this
medicine has often averted long and per?
haps fatal bilious fevers. No medicine
will act more surely iu counteracting and
freeing the system from malarial poison.
Headache, Indigestion. Constipation,
Dizziness yield to Electric Bitters. 50c
and $1.00 per bottle at Massie's Phar?
macy, 109 Jefferson street, Roanoke.
THE OLD STORY
OF LOVE AMD LSFE,"
as TOl.n in the new book,
"COMPLETE MAN HOOD."
Thousand* of happy men pronounce tills
work the means of their physical salvation.
It gives the lute a scientific facts concerning
It describes the only known method of at?
taining fullest natural mnnly vigor.
It points out Home Treatment for all ex?
cesses und sexiiul disbarments.
It shown how to euro nervousness, hope?
One copy of "COMPLETE MANHOOD
and now TO ATTAIN IT" sent free, in
plain wrapper, scaled securely, to the address
of any sincere inquirer, by the Kite Medical
Company, 04 Niagara St., Buffalo, N. Y.
All Aps end Sizes.
We begin with the vounuest und treat
their feet ho weU that they will never
leave us. Every size, from the Infants'
00 to Ladies' Xo. 11 W. 13y the way.
did you ever see a woman's No. 11 W
last? It's something wonderful, "some?
thing to live in." The little child has
picked out a pairof those soft soles?just
the thing for a baby?at 2G cents. You
could pick out something to suit you
just as well from our stock, and both
you anil the children are on equal foot?
ing dealing with us. We carry only the
BEST, and our ONE price, spot cash,
money-saving system insures you both
getting the best for the least money. Let
the ladies try our $1.60 Button Bcots, or
the gentlemen our$1.08 line. If not sat?
isfied, money refunded. That's the way
we put it.
Spot Gash Money Savers.
Trinity?Worship at 11 a. m. Sermon
by the pastor, Rev. J. C. .iones. Au In
vitatrou will be extended to those wish
ing to join the church either by letter or
profession of faith. At T- HO p. rn. there
will be an evangelistic service conducted
by Rev. II. 1. Stephens. The meeting
will be ci ntinucd next week. Sunday
school at 0:30 a. m., J. B. Andrews, su?
Belmont?Preaching to day at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m.
Calvary?At 11 o'clock the pastor will
preach on the "Apostacy of the Church."
This is one of the addresses that Dr.
Brougbton delivered in Norfolk before
the Young People's convention. At
night he will close his evening series, his
address being "Enoch in the Chariot,"
or the "Men Who Walk With God." An
alter meeting for tho uvcouverted will
follow the sermon.
Greene-Memorial?Preaching by the
pastor at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Subject
for night service, "How Shall 1 be
PavedP' Sunday-school at 0:30 a. m. Ep
worth League at 7 p. m. "I -.mis glad
when they said unto me, let us go into
the house cf the Lord." The pastor
makes special request that all members
of Greene Memorial congregation be pres?
ent at both services of their church to?
day, to "wait" in humble prayer and ex?
pectation the "Spirit's power" for revival.
Y. M. C. k.? Evangelist H. P. Mac
Lane, who is to conduct the revival ser?
vice at the Christian Church,will address
the men's meeting in Y. M. C. A. hnli
this afternoon at -1 o'clock. Subject.
"Wrong Track, or a Misplaced Switch."
There will be special vocal and instru?
mental music. R. M. Kent, Jr., will
sing. All men are cordially invited to at?
St. Mark's?Regular services at 11 a.
m., conducted by Rev. Earnest McCau
ley, of Salem. Sunday-school at 1:30 a.
m., and Christian Endeavor at 0:45 p. m.
No services at night. Strangers welcome
at all-times. Seats free.
United Brethren?Rev. G. "P. Hott, of
Davton. Va., and presiding el?erofthe
Shenau'biah district Virginia conference
of tho United Brethren Church, is in
Roanoke and will preach at 11 'a. m. and
7:30 p. m Sunday-school at 0:45 a. m.,
M. L. Avis, superintendent.
First Baptist Church?Usual service at
11 a. m. and 8 p. m. At tho morning
hour the pastor, Rev.T. J. Shipman, will
preach a special .sermon to the Junior
Order of American Mechauics. Biblo
school at 0:30 a. in. A cordial welcome
at all sei vices.
?Jefferson Street Baptist Church?Sei
vices at 11 a. in. by the pastor, Rev. Wil?
liam Lunsfonl. At night the pastor and
Rev. G. T. D. Collins, of the Vinton
Methodist Church,will exchange pulpits.
Preaching hour at 7:40 p. m. Sunday
school at 0:30 a. in.
St. James?Preaching at 11a. in. by
the riastor, Rev. H. I. Stephens, subject,
"A Message of Comfort." Preaching at
7:30 p. m. A cordial welcome extended
to all. Sunday-school at 0:30 n. nt., E.
S. McNaniee, superintendent.
First Presby erian^Church?Preaching
at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m. by the nastor,
Rer. W. C. Campbell, D. D. Sunday
school at 0:30 a. m. Tho Westminstei
League meets at 0:45 p. m., instead of
7:15 as heretofore.
Bethany I Presbyter inn?There will bo
preaching at 11 o'clock. Sunday-school
at 3 p. in., J. A. Tlmberlake, superin?
Robert Moorman "Mission?This* Sun?
day-school meets at'Molrose hall on Park
streets at 3 p. rn. W. R. Ilesser is su?
perintendent. All are cordially Invited.
Railroad Y. M. O. A.?Services at 3:30
o'clock will to conducted by the new_sec
retary, Jesse Blanton
St. Joan's?There will 'bo the usual
services at 11 n. m. and 7:45 p. in.
Second Presbyterian?Rev. R. L.
Wnarton, of the Union Theological Seni
Inary, will fill the pulpit of the Second
Presbyterian Church morning and night.
Pastor's conference?A special meet?
ing of the pastors of the city is called for
to-morrow morning at 10 o'clock at \r.
M. C. A. parlors Matters of great im?
portance to bo censidered. A full attend?
ance urgently requested. THOMAS. J.
PARISIAN PATTERN HATS and
Bonnets, Cloaks and Capes Hie latest
fall and winter productions, ready for in?
spection at Enock's Bazaar.
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. E. ROGERS & CO.
That's ti remark beard quite often. If
you have not been a depositor of combus?
tibles in one of these Inflammable con?
cerns, y-u don't know the forlorn reeling
it gives one to see the savings of hard
work and years swept away, and nothing
to show for it.
One of the most "desirable homes in
Konnoke, on Rnnnoke streets, w., lovely
grove, coat$0,000; will sell at$3,000.
9-room residence, .liest location, We?t
E"d, cost $0,000; we are now offering it
A beautiful newO room residence. Sixth
ayenue s. w., all "modern conveniences,
only $1,500, $15 cash, $l? per monih.
New property. West End, 1-4 acre land,
lovely view; $3,000; $:il) cash, '*:!0 per
Beautiful home,'northeast Roanoke, 7
rooms, largo lot, near market house;
small cat>h payment, balance monthly.
If you want a splendid house id uo:th
eaat don't fail tu see it.
8-room dwelling, Centre avenue n. w.,
iust west Feveutb street; $1,100, easy
Good house. Fourth avenue n. w., i e.
tweeu Eleventh nud Twelfth bfeets;
$750. $70 dash, $12 per mouth.
Comfortable Li-room house, Dale avenue
s e., near school building; $750, $GO
cash, $10 per mouth.
? room homy, best location, Fourth
avenue n. w.; $750, $50 cash. $10 per
8-room residence, Ninth avenues, w.t
$1,(100. $100 cash, $15 per month. Very
Busluess lot,Campbell avenue near mar?
8 room residence. Sixth avenue s. \v.;
$1,500, $100 cash, $15 per month.
This one may bb just what you want.
(5-rootn house, Fourth street n. e., near
Fifth avenue, gooil house, good lot,
newly painted, am' only $800, and wo
can make the terms all right. Come and
see it to-day.
Desirable house, Belmnut Boulevard,
near school building, corner lot, shade,
stable: in fact one of t^e best homes in
Belmont; $1,450, $250 cash, $18 per
0-room residence, Fourth avenue n. \\\,
near Jefferson street; $760, $75 cash,
$12.50 per month.
Cozy tittleCOttage, Koreravenue south?
west, shade, large lot, only $525. Very
easy to pay for.
Vacant lots lower than the lowest.
Farms to exchungo for city property.
Houses for rent in all parts of the city.
Remember it Is not tho bargains that
wait until you have consulted nil of your
friends nud relatives, but those that are
not so desirable.
ELLIS BEOS., 101 leflerson Street.
lO I JEFFERSON STREET.
NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK BUILDING.
TRAVELERS ABROAD AND REMITTERS AT HOME .'.
ARE MINISTERING TO THEIR OWN COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE
WHEN THEY BUY
CHEQUE BANK CHEQUES.
These have been issued for over twenty-three years by
THE CHEQUE BANK, LIMITED, OF LONDON.
they are issued singly or in hooks. TlIKY ark drawn in amounts i>f I'l
up. THE owner draws ani> sions ims own cheques. JlK uses them in
shops, motels, railroads, steamships, as well As with hanks and agents.
They are available in every country in the world. They save him
time and money and annoyance. send for ( irc?lar which tells all
about it. Remit to the old country with these checks.
?U NITS B. FiSIIBURNE, Aoent, Exchange Building, RonnoVe, Va
> ?OOO ^? OOCO 00^?> OGCOWO ? $ <S> OC<50?m&?><i<??)0?0^?C
BROOKLYN'S BIG SHORTAGE.
New York, Oci. s ?Comptroller
Fitch's expert accountants, who have
been nt work ^investigating ;the records
and accounts of Brooklyn preparatory
to consolidation have fouud discrepancies
in accounts amounting to $5,000,000.
DEAFNESS CANNOT BE CURED,
by local application, asjthey cannot reach
Ore diseased portions of ear. 'there is
only one way to cure deafness and lhat
is by constitutional remedies. 'Deafness
is caused by an Inflamed condition of the
mucous lining of .the Eustachiau tube.
"When this tube is ii.flamed yon have a
rumbling sound or imperfect hearing,
and when it is entirely closed deafness is
the result, and unless the inflammation
can be takeu out and (Iiis tube restore1'
to its normal condition, hearing will be
destroyed forever; nine cases'out of ten
are caused by catarrh, which is nothing
but an inflamed condition of the mucous
We will give one hundred dollrs for any
case of deafness (caused by catarrh) that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.
Send for circulars; five.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, ',75c.
Fancy Baskets, suitable for lunch,
fruits or candy, just received a?d for
sale by J. J. Catogni.
Tetter, Salt-Itheurn nnd Eczema.
The intense itching and sniartin?, inci ?
dent to these diseases, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain 'a Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very had 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 sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
Dr. Cndy's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse netds when in bad
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They are not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 25
cents per package.
Breakfast 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper, 25 cents. Meal tickets, $4. J.
J. Catogni's restaurant
We pride ourselves on keeping the
BEST of everything in our " line and in
making prompt delivery. Look'out for
the belled teaiiM. W. K. ANDREWS
CO., COAL AND WOOD DEAL?
ERS, 210 Salem avenue.
Ml are nearly always as busy
Vtf as we can be.
Somehow we seem to stay that
fre 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,
207 Second street s. w., Boauoke, Va.
A BARGAIN !
The Walnut Cove Lumber Manu?
HAVING DECIDED TO
SELL THEIR PLANT,
ofTer fit it great siiclfiee the whole
propcrty as it now stands. Located at
the intersection of the C. P. am' Y. V.
and tht Norfolk and Western railroad in
the fine pine section of North Carolina,
equipped with new and modern machin?
ery, presents the finest opportunity that
has been r ll'ered for a long time to pur
chase a good paying business. Terms
ensy. Apply to,
W. A. LASH, Secretary,
Walnut Cove, N. C.
Why be without a gun, when PAIR
FAX BROS, anticipated your wants
ahead, and had imported a large stock of
(inns, before the new tariff went into ef?
fect, which are. arriving daily.
Call find see them.
Sales for one day last week: 4 Double
Barrel Breech-Loaders, 2 Single-Barrel
Breech-Loaders. We have prices that
make business. Yours to please,
The Hardware Hustlers, Roanoke, Va.
DYEING AND CLEANSING ES?
Ladies' and Gentlemen's
Winter Clothes cleaned and
dyed to perfection. Good
1 10 Campbell avenue.
J. DEVOX, Proprietor.