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EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY.
I ROANOEB PUBLISHING CO.,
PUBLISH BBS AND PROPRIETORS,
122 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W.
TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID):
DAILY, ONE MONTH. 60
" THREE MONTHS.$1.50
" SIX MONTHS. 3.00
41 ON\ /KAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00
SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00
( Business Ofllco.143
1 Kdltorlal Rooms.124
Interstate Phones?Same numbers for the
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Atlanta has a female miltnry com?
pany so handsome and well disciplined
that an effort will be mado to Incorporate
the organization in the Georgia National
Guard. While there may be some differ?
ence of opiuion as to the propriety oi
women becoming soldiers nobody ques?
tions their right to bare arms.
The first corn of the season sold in
Richmond last Saturday for 38 cents a
bushel and was purchased 'for the Gal
lego mills. This first sale)was fifteen
days earlier than last year and showed
an advance of [four cents. As a sign of
returning prosperity the price received
Is not a great one, but new corn will oe
much higher by next Marct.
' If it be true that Seuorita Cisneros, the
beautiful Cuban prisoner, "for whom so
much sympathy has been shown In this
country, owes her release to the bravery
and determination of a correspondent
of the New York Journal, that paper
certain1}* deserves great praise for its en?
terprise. Its correspondents, however,
will labor under great, difficulty, hereafter,
so far as the Spanish authorities are con?
cerned, in their effort at news-gathering
' After January 1st, 1898, farm 'mple
ments and machinery of all kinds will bo
admitted to Russia free of duty. This is
done to help the farmers of that country,
who are suffering greatly from failure of
crops. As it is an ill wind that blows
nobody good, if American manufacturers
will take advantage of the opportunity
they may realize largely in the sale of
such wares to the unfortunate* subjects
of the czar. Agricultural machinery and
implements are necessaryT for the proper
cultivation of the soil, and as America is
the foremost nation on the globe in their
manufacture there is no reason why this
country should not furnish the Russians
the best and cheapest articles on the mar?
S A company is being formed In Rich?
mond to develop gold mines In. Venezuela.
The promoters hnve a mineral right to
25,000 acres of the gold field" recently in
dispute between Great Britain and Ven?
ezuela, the ownership of which was set?
tled In favor of tne latter country by the
firm att'tude of President Cleveland in
regard to the Monroe doctrine. The
capital stock of the company w.111 be $250,
000, and Virginians who have visited
Venezuela and investigated the property
say the mines ought to prove as rich as
those of the Klondike region. As there
is all the difference)in the world between
the climate of the British northwest aud
Venezuela, if the mines in the last
named country are what they are claim?
ed to bo it might perhaps be well for
those persons in this Stnte who contem?
plate making the northern trip next
spring to inquire as to the chances for
getting gold in the South American re?
public before starting for the land of
snow and ice.
The Japanese delegates to the Hering
Sea sealing conferenee'have arrived at
San Francisco and are expected to reach
Washington on Friday next. The Rus?
sian delegates to the conference were ex?
pected to arrive in New York on yester?
day; but since Great Britain and Canada
have declined to participate In a confer?
ence in which Russia [and Japan tire rep?
resented, it is hard to see whaf.'gocd can
ire accomplished by the'proposed gather?
ing. Great Britain will con'er -dth the
United States and Canada "on the seal?
ing question, so Lonl Salisbury says, but
the objection of Camilla 'thai she would
be outvoted by Japan and Russia in a
conference In which the last named na?
tions are represent'd certainly hold*
good, so far as America is corn-erne;'., in
such a conference as Lord Salisbury sug?
gests. Great~Brltaln and Canadacould
outvote the United States as easily as tho
\atter with the aid of Russia )and Japan
could outvote Kngland and .her colony.
There is evidently a serious hitch be?
tween Great Britain and this country on
on the sealing question; but it is believed
the good sense displayed by both govern
Much in Little
Is especially Hue of Hood's Pills, for nomeill
clno ever contained so great curative power in
so small space. They are a wholo nicdlchio
chest, always ready, al?
ways efficient, always sat?
isfactory; pre\..at a cold
or fever, cure all liver Ills,
sick headache, Jaundice, constipation, etc. 2f>c.
Tho only IUlls to take with Hood's Sarsaparllla.
A DANGEROUS ACCIDENT
Is liable to occur at any tlmo when
driving in a poorly built carriage. Don't
bo sorry too late?buy a good thing in
the tlrst place. Wo guarantee all of our
vehicles as of the best materials and of
superior workmanship, and the rist of a
breakdown in one of our carriaees is re?
duced to a minimum.
THE YOST-HUFF CO., LIMITED,
'208 Jefferson street, Konnoke, Va.
incuts in other disputes [of recent years
will finally discover an amicable solution
of this question.
Not much progress has been made in
irrigating the nrid lauds of the West iu
the past few years because of the low
prices received for agricultural products;
but there has heen much study of the
subject and many plans for irrigating on
a large scale have been formulated. This
year the general range of prices is high
enough to encourage men with enterprise
and capital to push forward some of the
schemes for reclaiming arid lands, and as
the era of extreme depression has come
to an end, there is no practical reason
to doubt that farming will be profitable
for some years to come. As tho prosper?
ity of the farmer [increases, the induce?
ments for the investment of capital in
plans of irrigation will [become greater,
aud as lands thus improved are sure to
bring regular returns in tho crops raised
upon them they will be rapidly occupied
by thr'fty settlers, thereby adding much
to the general productiveness of tho coun?
try. As there are millions of acres ot arid
lands in the United States, the fertility
of many of tho States aud Territories
west of the Mississippi will be vastly in?
creased by the annual additions to the
area of cultivated lands by itrigation on
a large scale.
WORRY VS. LONGEVITY.
General Neal Dow, the father of tern
pcrauce in this country, who died a few
days ago at the advanced age of nearly
07 years, attributed bis long life to the
fact that ho "did not worry." It was
very creditable to his powers of self-con?
trol that he did not "fly off tho handle"
on any or all occasions, but maintained
a placidity that, [was always the envv of
his friends; yet It is much to bo doubted
if his days would have been shortened
had he been more Irascible or given to
complaint about great and little things.
People who are calmness itself often die
comparatively young; while others who
are in a continual state of excitement and
worry live to a good old age. In not
giving vent to our feelings we make it
much more comfortable for those around
us, and all hould cultivate a amiable
and uncomplaining disposition; but it is
a mistake to suppose that this disposi?
tion par so contributes to longevity, un?
less in its effects on others. .The spark
of vitality that keeps tho mind on edge
and the tongue in tireless motion is of?
ten of tho most durable character, and
many can call to miud some kind-hearted
person who had passed tho biblical age
of three score and ten, but who never
censed to worry as long as the^mind was
responsive to thoso forbodings which
made them a misery to themselves and
to their friends.
A CHANGE OK POLICY.
The recall of Captain General Weyler
from Cuba by the Liberal ministry iu
Spain is a matter of slucore congratula?
tion for the unfortunate people of Cuba
who have been harassed, oppressed
aud murdered by Spanish soldiers for
the past two years "under his orders.
Weyler a removal also gives great satis?
faction to the people of the United
States, who, though "deeply sympathiz?
ing with the brave Cubans in their
struggle for freedom, have been compel?
led to stand idly by while ^atrocities of
the most barbarous kind were commit?
ted by tho Spaniards upon the helpless
nnd'unntTending [men, women and child?
ren. Whilo it is not believed that Spain
will relax [.her efforts to maintain her
authority in Cuba It is taken for granted
that Weyler's recall will be followed by
a mere humane policy in the conduct of
the war, and that murder and starvation
of innocent people will not be the chief
methods of reducing tho revolutionists to
submission. Marshal Blanco, who lias
been [appointed captain general of Cuba
In place oi Weyler, has the reputation
of being an abb: soldier, and it is believed
he will pursue a policy similar to that of
General Campos, who was recalled soon
after the beginning of the Cuban contiict.
Senor Sagnstn, the Spanish minister,
promises substantial reforms in the gov?
ernment of the island; but insists that
there'must first bo peace. As this means
tho absolute submission of the revolu?
tionists to Spanish authority before a
more liberal government c an be secured
by the Cubans, it. is probable that the
war will continue on both sides, unless
the United States intervenes in the In?
terest of humanity and stops the conflict.
As from tho tone of the Spanish 'press
and tho action of the deciarati>0 of the
Spanish government such intervention
would certainly lead to a more serious
conflict than the ono now raging, this
country is naturally awaiting the de?
velopment of Premier Sagasta's policy
with much anxiety. All things, how?
ever, have an end, and though that of the
Cuban war Is not yet in sight it is
hoped Wey lei's removal will lend to re?
sults acceptable tr tho people of tho is?
land as well as thoso of the United
THE LAST OF OUR LIBERTIES.
When an American citizen is not per?
mitted to have his mail directed to what?
soever postoffice he pleases and delivered
to whosoever he likes; when he is not al?
lowed to request a teilew craftsman to
refrain from working for starvation
wages; when he is forbidden by the
courts to walk on the public highway,
and Is shot in the back on the plea that
lie !s imperilling the lives of his assas?
sins, I* would seem that wo have or?
eiotis littlo left of our boasted "right to
life, liberty and tho pursuits of happi?
ness." The human battue at Lattiuier,
Pa., was the most horrible affair that has
ever disgraced American history. A
party of half-starved miners, finding
their wages Insufficient to provide them?
selves and families with the simple neces?
saries of life, had quit work, hoping that
their wealthy employers might be co?
erced by their idleness into according
them a living in exchange lor their labor.
Never had n great atrlke beeu conducted
with so little violence?altbo' a majority
of the working men and their families
were suffering for food and clothiug, life
and property were almost universally re?
spected. A party of these poor fellows
were trudging peaceably and unarmed
along the public highway when they
were halted by a si? per officious sheriff,
accompanied by a hundred or more
heavily armed deputies. He undertook
to read the riot act to them?why only
ho and heaven know, as they were perpe?
trating no violence, committing no crime.
Being for the most part Hungarians and
Italians who spoke little Euglisli, they
could not comprehend, but crowded
about tho sheriff, staring Inquiringly into
his face. Aud the poor miserable crea?
ture miscalled a man, conceived the fool
idea that "his lif? was iu danger," that
he was "about to be trampled to i eath"
under the very muzzles of his own guns,
before the eyes of his well-fed deputies,
who could have put them all to (light
with their fists. "His coward lips did
from their color lly",?his white liver
turned green with craven fear?his
chicken heart melted in his mouth?his
currish blood curdled in bis carcass, and
iu a voice hoarse with fear, husky with
baby tears, he bawled out the order to
fire The miuots heat the clicK of the
gun-locks?they see the long line of rilles
raised to the shoulder anil divine their
danger?but alas! too late. They tt rn
to flee, terror stricken, and a murderous
volley is poured into?their backs!?then
another! Two-and-tweuty lie qu'te dead,
fifty more are writhing with grievous
wounds, pleading for mercy?"the poor
I people who have to work" are slaugh?
tered like sheep in the shambles and for
no other crime than walking unarmed on
the public highway?huddled together
because "misery loves company " The
sheriff and his deputies, having done
their dastardly work, sliuK oil' like so
many unclean jackals, and ragged little
children come creeping timidly forth to
peer into the ghastly faces of their
lathes, while gaunt women bewail their
widowhood in a foreign tongue, or kneel
in the dust with clasped hands and faces
of blank despair besides their still bleed?
ing dead. Gracious God! what nu ending
to many a happy dream! What a brea'h
from hell, blasting so many humble
homes! What arc the thoughts of that
dark-eyed daughter of Italia, crouching
like the lioness over the corpse of her
lover??of that Hungarian woman striv?
ing to staunch with her ragged skirt the
life tide of her lord while her almost
naked children cling about her knees?
Does she remember the day when an oily
tongued agent for the mine operators
visited their humble shack an'' told them
of the great country beyond the setting
sun where the common people bear rule?
wdiere the lowliest laborer is a sovereign
and the superior of Europe's haughty
lords? Does she remember bow they
dreamed aud planned, bow they looked
forward to long years of happiness in
"the land of the brave and the home of
the free," the "refuge of tho world's op?
pressed?"?how they toiled and saved to
pay their passage to a country where a
chihl born to them might, become Presi?
dent!1 At last they took ship, and day
by day strained their eyes to catch a
glimpse of that western baveu which
was to he the portal of their heaven, and
when they landed they could have kissed
the land where "all men are equals be?
fore the law." Rut the fond dream soon
faded: they were more hcpelessly en?
slaved than iu the fatherland, compelled
to live on less, answerable not to some
haughty but generous nobleman, hut to
a grasping, insolent aud iguoraut par?
venu, willing to coin their heart's blood
into bjodle.?Rraun's Iconoclast.
THE GRANDEST REMEDY.
Mr. R. D. Greeve, merchant, of Chil
howie, Va., certifies that ho had con?
sumption, was given up tc die,sought all
medical treatment that money could pro?
cure, tried all cough remedies that he
could hear of, but got no relief; spent
many nights sitting up in a chair; was
Induced to try Dr. King's Now Discovery
aud was cured by use of two bottlet.* For
the past three years has been attending
to business, and says Dr. King's New
Discovery is the grandest remedy ever
made, as it lias done so much for
Iii in und also for others in his
community, Dr. King's New Discovery
is guaranteed for Coughs, Colds and Con
sumption. It don't fail. Trial bottlo
free at Massie's Pharmacy, IUI? Jefferson
Totter, Salt-Itheuni and Eczema.
Tho intense itching and smart in?, inci?
dent to tiiese diseases, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's 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. Cady's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse net.ds when in bad
condition. Tqnic, 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 packnge.
Breakfast 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper, 25 cents. Meal tickets, f 1. J.
J. Catogni's restaurant
How to Restore Lost Manhood and
This groat work, plainly v/ritten by .-i hijrh
medical nuthority, shows how manly vigor
i an l>e regained unit ol>stacles to marriage
removed. It is a modern work for nun who
sutfer from nervous debility caused by over?
work, youthful indulgences or later excesses.
It points out how to bu eurbd of nervousness,
despondency, Impotvncy, at Ao?i?, without
interfering with buslnoss.
l't IS AHSOhUTBLY PRER,
This great book, entitled UC< >MPT KTB
MANHOOD AND HOW TO ATTAIN IT."
will be mailed free, fn plain, sealed wrapper,'
lo the address of any tlncero inquirer by the
Krle Medical Company? <W Niagara street,
ltuffalo, N.Y. NoC.O.D. scheme; no deception.
We bagtn with tlio youngest and treat
their feet so welt that they will never
leave as. Every size, fron? tho Infants'
00 to Ladles' No. 11 W. By the way,
did you ever see a woman's No. 11 \V
last? It's something wonderful, "some?
thing to live in." The little child has
nicked out a pair of thoso soft soles?just
the thing for a baby?at 25 cents. You
could pick out something to suit you
just as well from our stock, and both
you and 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 $1.50 Button Bcots, or
tho gentlemen our$1.08 line. If not sat?
isfied, money refunded. That's tho way
we put it.
Spot Gash Money Savers,
EDWARD JETER. REPORTER.
"f Quite a number of Sa'eni parties will
take in the Lynchburg fair, [which opens
Mrs. John Francis [has been quite ill
for severa1 days past at her home in West
The long drouth, which we have been
experiencing in'.this '[section for several
months, was broken yesterday morning
by a long-looked for rain. 'However, up
to this time a very small amount has
fa'len. Dr. S. C. Wells, *of the weather
bureau, states [that his barometer does
not Indicate much fall of the nquaeous
fluid. The ground is hard and dry for
several inches and rain is very much
Judge W. W. 'Muffet t has gone on a
visit to his old'home in [Rappahannock
Miss Elian Blair, a sister 'of) Judge H.
E. Blair, who hag been visiting in Mont?
gomery county, has returned to Salem.
.T. S. Thomas, of the New York Under?
writers, was in .Salem Saturday iu the
interest of his company.
Attorney [.William Simpson made a
Democratic campaign speech at Vlnton
Saturday night. R. R. Hicks, the Dem?
ocratic nominee for the next legislature,
and the Hon. J. Allen Watts, also ad?
dressed the voters.
Mrs. E. B Wilson 'and children, who
have been visiting Mrs. Dr. Hutchinson,
at Eckmau, W. Va.,. hnve returned
"We learn that Rev. B. F. Fox,late pas
tor of the colored Baptist Church, will
rent the old Market room' in the Allen
block, near the corner of Main and Broad
streets, where he will preach to the col?
ored people who have not severed their
allegiance from him.
S. D. McCommon, late secretary-treas?
urer of the Snlem Improvement Com?
pany, left yesterday for Charleston. W.
Va., where he went to keep the books of
tho coal aud coke company of which Ala
jor Chandler it? in charge.
J. R. C. Brown, Jr., left yesterday
morning for Salisbury, N. C, where he
went to taku charge of the new store of
the Brown Bros. Wrn. E. Brown left
last night for the Northern markets to
purchase a large stock of goods in addi?
tion to the goods shipped from here.
They ore first-class merchants and will
no doubt succeed in their new venture.
MUST PAY THEIR TAXES.
Stringent^ Measures Taken by I)ninth
Duluth,;Minn.,[Oct. 11. ? All property
on which assessments for public improve?
ments are due within the city of Duluth
is to bo seized by the city and leased,
rented or sold by it. This will be done
undei a law passed by tho last legisla?
ture. There is due to tho city on im?
proved and unimproved property about
$1,100,000 in assessments, of which
nearly $001),010 is improved, some of it
being in[tbe business section of the city.
The tenants of all business blocks and
dwellings will oe Instructed to pay their
rents to the city, and all tho property
will eventually be sold for the city's ben
Mayor Turelsen saya It will not be sold
for less than actual valuation. All own?
ers will have an opportunity to pay up,
but the cily is determined to collect what
is due ft from property owners. The
property affected is valued at many times
the amount of the assessments.
A few weess ago the editor was taken
with a very severe cold that caused him
to '-e In a most miserable condition. It
was undoubtably a bud 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 Rcme;1y and the many
good recommendations included thereiu,
we conc luded 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 am' permanent cure. We
have no hesitancy In recommendiug this
excellent cough remedy t:? anyone afllict
ed with a cough or a cold in any form.?
The Banner of Liberty, Libertytown,
Maryland. The 25 acd 50 cent sizes for
sile by H. C. Barnes. "Ho puts up pro?
PARISIAN PATTERN HATS and
Bonnets, Cloaks and Capes Mie 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 lioth in
prices and grade of goods. We do
straight, legitimate business and give
good values. J. E. ROGERS & CO.
That's a remark beard quite often. If
you hnve uot heel) a depositor of combus?
tibles in one of these inflammable con?
cerns, you don't knew tho forlorn feeling
it gives one to seethe savings of bard
work and years swept away, and nothing
to show for it.
One of the most'desirable homes in
Roanoke, on Roanoke streets, w., lovely
grove, coat $0,000; will sell at $3,?l)0.
9-room residence, [best location, West
K"d, cost $0,000; wo are now offering it
A beautiful newO room residence, Sixth
avenue s. w., 'all "modern conveniences,
only $1,500, *l? cash, $15 per month.
New property. West End. 1-4 acte land,
lovely view: $8,000; i<:M cash, $30 per
Beautiful home, northeast Roanoke, 7
rooms, large lot, near market hour-c;
small cash payment, balance monthly.
If you want o splendid house In north?
east don't fail to see It.
8-rooui dwelling, Centre avenue n. w.,
just west b'oveuth street; $1,100, easy
Good house. Fourth avenue n. w.,
tween Eleventh and Twelfth tt'eets;
$750, $70 cash, $12 per month.
Conilortable U-room house. Utile nvemm
s. e., near school building; $730, $50
cash, $10 per month.
0 room home, best location, Fourth
avenue U. W.j $"30, $50 cash. $10 per
b-room residence. Ninth avenues, w.;
$1,000, $100 cash, $15 per month. Very
Business lot,Campbell avenue near mar?
8-room residence, Sixth avenue s. w.;
$1,500, $100 cash, $15 per month.
This one may be just what you want.
0-room house, Fourth street u. e., near
Fifth avenue, good house, good lot,
newly painted, and only $800, and we
can make the terms all right. Come and
see it to-day.
Desirable house, Belmout Boulevard,
near school bnildintr, corner lot, shade,
stable; iu fact one of t*?e be?t ho rues in
Belmont; $1,150, $250 cash, $18 per
C-room residence, Fourth nvet?ue n. w.,
near JelTersou street; $7."0, $75 cash,
$12.50 per mouth.
Cozy little cottnge, Rorer avenue south?
west, shade, lurgo lot, ouly $520. Very
easy to pay for.
Vacant lots lower than the lowest.
Farms to exchange for city property.
Houses for rent In all parts of the city.
Remember it is not the bargains that,
wait until you have consulted all of your
friends and relatives, but [those that are
not bo desirable.
ELIIS BROS., 104 Mersii Street.
101 JEFFERSON STREET.
NATIONAL EXCHANGE HANK BUILDING.
CONDITION OF THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK OF ROANOKE, J;
Loans and discounts. .$841,-215.49 ^
Overchecks. 1^ %
United States bonds (to secure circulation) und premium. . 'J?,l!i7 50 <?
Real estate, furniture, fixtures, &c. 1H,910.23
Redemption fund with United States Treasurer. 1,125.00 S
Cash mid exchange (gold coin $20,000;. 138,285.78 it
Capital, sin plus and profits.$123,104.00
National bank notes outstanding. 22,500,00
Deposits (individual, $355,264.38; banks, $19,804.14). 375,088 52
Wo pride ourselves on keeping the
BEST of everything in our * line und in
making prompt delivery. Look 'out for
the belled tenniv W. K. AND HEWS
#? CO., COAL AND WOOD DEAL?
ERS, 211) Salem avenue.
^ancy Boskets of fruits lixed up
stylo at J. J, Catognl's.
A GORRECTBD LIST
USES FOR RENT
AS OF OCTOBER 12, 1807,
BY J. W. BOSWBLL,
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
1104 Jefferson street, Roaucke, Vn.
No. 55n Harrison eve. n w.$ 7 00
No. 710 Fifth street u e. ;i 00
Oxford avenue, Norwich . Si 00
No. 204 Wells avenue n w. II) 00
No. 14 Wells avenue n w. 20 00
No. 1128 Loudon avenue n w. 7 00
No. 40G Heury street s w. 4 75
No. 113J Railr'd ave. (se) up stairs 0 00
No. 822 Ta/.ewell ave. fa e) up stairs 3 00
Up stairo over Davis Hotel. 8 00
No. 136iJ Twelfth avenue s w. 10 00
No. 20 Salem avenue s e 20 00
No. 22 Salem avenue s e. IN 00
No. 1105 Center avenue n w. 5 00
Corner Oaliisboroand Harrisonnw 8 00
No. 208 Commerce street s w. 50 00
No. 310 Ninth street s w. 5 00
No. 20 Church ave. s w, warehouse 25 00
No. 22 Church avenue. 7 00
No. 210 Commerce street. 25 00
No. 212 Commerce street. 25 00
No. 127 Salem avenue s w. 25 00
No. 118 Railroad avenue se. 10 00
No. 110 Salem avenue s e-. 10 00
OOice rooms in Mooinaw Building, on
JelTer.son street, for rent. Call on
.1. W. BOS WELL,
1101 JEFFERSON STREET.
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,
207 Second street s. w., Boauoke, Va,
The Walnut Cove Lumber Manu?
HAVING DECIDED TO
SELL THEIR PLANT,
ofTer nt u great ?aciflce the whele
propcrty as it now stands. Located nt
the intersection of the C. F. and Y. V.
and th< Norfolk and Western railroad in
I the fide pine section of North Carollnn,
e(|uipped with new and modern machin?
ery, presents the finest opportunity that
has been c ITered for a long time to pur?
chase a good paying business. Temis
easy. Apply to,
W. A. LASH, Secretary,
Walnut Cove, N. C.
Why be without a gun, when FAIR?
FAX BROS, anticipated your wants
ahead, and had imported a large stock of
Gnus, before the new tarilT went into ef?
fect, which are arriving daily.
Call and see them.
Sales for one day last week: 4 Double
Barrel Breech-Loaders, 2 Single-Barrel
Breech-Loaders. Wo have prices that
make business. Y'ours 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.