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THE TV. K. FAIRIlANlv COMPANY
QbicaBO,St. Loulsi New York, Doston, Philadelphia.
CONDITION OF THE NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK OF R0?K0KE, j
October 5,1897. I
Lords and discounts.f.$1311,215.49 J
?vercheokB. 48 <
United States bonds (to secure circulation) and premium.. 25,107.50
Heal estate, furniture, fixtures, &c. 18,010.28
Redemption fund with United states Treasurer. 1.125.00
Cash ?ud exchange (gold coin $20,000;.'.138,2:35.78
Capital, sui plus and profits.$122,104.00
National bank notes outstanding. 22,500,00
Deposits .individual, $355,284.88; hanks, $19,804.14). 375,088.52
I ? $519,GH3 48 J
THE CHRISTMAS RUSH
of holiday buyers is'upon us" now, and
we can't weigh our dried fruits, raisins
and nuts fast enouuh. Wo are working
lor all we are worth to promptly (111 or?
ders for our crisp, daiuty olives, Scotch
marmalades and jam", creamy corn for
your pudding or fritters, tasty soups,
exquisite mince meat, line olive oil, lob?
ster and salmon for your salads. You
can prepare a dinner for a gourmet from
our fine stock of fancy groceries.
SANDY P. FI66AT & CO.
To Be Just Right Requires
A good fire and that, necessitates the
use of good coal. Tho latter we are
abundantly able to furnish in large or
small quantities, but always of the best
grades and moderate prices.
lias it occurred to you what a splendid
gift a ton of coal is to a deserving and
W. K. ANDREWS & CO.
Tho Helled Team Wood undTJoal Dealers.
RUSH TOWARD ALASKA,
Railroad Men Will Soon Arrange
to Handle the Throng,
Chicago, Dec. 16.? A tucetiuu i>f mem?
bers of the Western Passenger Associa?
tion will he held in the near future to
consider rates and arrangements for the
large volume of business that is expected
to set in toward Alaska, within a few
sioine of the ra'.lroad officers say that
the total number of passengers to be
handled for this traffic in the late winter
and the-early spring will bo fully 250,
1)00. While others do not put the esti?
mate as high as this, they agree that the
trallic will be- heavy. '
To handle this business without any
serious demosali/ation of rates will he
the effort of Western lines. .Tust now
they have a strong belief that they will
be successful in the undertaking.
TWO YEARS IN JAIL.
That is the S<;nttnce Imposed on Robert
Parsons, W. Va., Dec. 18.?Robort W.
Eastham. who shot Frank E. Thompson
and was Thursday convicted cf involun?
tary manslaughter by a jury he-e, was
yesterdwy sentenced by .lodge John
Homer Holt to two years close confine?
ment in the-Tucker county jail. The
room was jammed with people. The
delendant was ordered to stand before
the bar, and Judge Holt in passim* sen?
tence briefly reviewed the casi ami eir
cumstances of the killing and sounded
an eloquent word of warning to tha pris?
oner. In concluding, he said:
"You have been indicted for the. killing
of Frank Thompson in this county. You
did not deny killiug Frank Thompson.
In their mercy the jury decided to give
you a punishment of the lowest order.
They decided that you had no right to the
plea of self-defanse. As to what tho pun
ishment shall be the statute is silent. 1
am compelled to look to other sources,
and I find it is in the discretion of the
court. The court may put you to jail
for live years and still be within tho law.
Tin only bar is the statutory one that
cruel and unusual punishment, shall not
bo inflictef\ The courT, after going over
all the authoritie?, has arrived at the
conclusion that you be confined in the
county jail for two years."
Dou't bo porsuaded into buying lini?
ments without a reputation or merit ?
Chamberlain's Pain Halm costs no more,
and its meri'.s have been proveu bv a test
of many years. Such letters as the fol?
lowing, from L. G.Bagley,IIueneme,Oal.,
are constantly being received: "The best
remedy for pain I have ever used is
ChambetIain's Pain Halm, and I say so
after having used it in my family for sev?
eral years.*1 It cures rheumatism, lame
back, sprains and swellings. For sab. by
H. C. Harnes, "Ho pets up prescrip?
Rlcyclo alven away free. Goods cheaper
than ever. Gravatt's Fair, 9 Salem ave?
WANTED IN FREDERICKS BURG.
Rev. Leslie Cook Most Answer to An?
other Charge of vorgery.
Fredcricksburir, Va., Dec. 18.?Rev.
Leslie Cook, cf the Baptist Church, who
was arrested in Orange county this week
nnd taken to Roanoke to he tried an the
charge of passing a forged check there
for $27.50 on W. L. Hood tt Co., of Rich
niond, is wanted in Frederieksburg on a
similar charge, he ha vi as on a recent
visit here, it is aPeged, swindled two of
our merchants by obtaining from them
money on worthless checks.
The Konnoke authorities have been
telegraphed to turn him orer to the
Fredericksburg authorities when the case
against him there fs disposed of.
BISMARCK'S OLD ENERGY.
Returned to Him During. Emperor Wil?
Berlin, Dec. 18.?Prince Bismarck last
evening, according to advices received
fiora Friedrichsruhe, displayed his old
energy nnd ready wit in conversation
with Emperor William. The former
chancellor was fairly well, but his gouty
leg was swathed in bandages.
His majesty conversed at length with
Countess Von Rantzau, Prince Bis?
marck's daughter, ami stayed half an
hour longer than he intended. When his
majesty left an enormous crowd of peo?
ple, including many school children,
cheered the emneror. Baron Von Bue
low, Admiral Von Tlrpitvj, Couut Von
Eulenburg. General Hahnke, Admiral
Von Knorr and Dr. Lucanau accompa?
nied his majesty.
MRS. MAYBRICK FAILING.
London, Dec. 18. ? Mrs. Maybrick, who
in serving a life term of imprisonment in
Aylf sbury jail for murdering her hus?
band, is reported to be In an ^extremely
THE KID IB CHAMPION.
New York, Dec. 18.?Norman Selby, of
Rush county, Indiana, ^better known in
pugilistic circles as "Kid' McCoy, is un?
doubtedly the middle'weight champion
pugilist of tho woild. He met Dan Cree
don, o( Now Zealand, last night, in tho
arena of the Puritan Athletic Club at
Long Island uity, and after ficnting fif?
teen lively rounds, made tho foreigner
throw up the sponge and acknowledge
the Iloosier's superiority.
CATARRH CANNOT BE CURED
with local applications, as they cannot
I each the seat of the disease. Catarrh is
a blood or constitutional disease, and in
order to cure it you must take internal
remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken
internally, and acts directly on tho blood
and mucous surfaces Hall's Catarrh
Cure is not a quack medicine. It was
prescribed t>y one of the best physicians
iu this country for years, and is a regu?
lar prescription. It is mmnosed of tho
best tonics known, combined with the
best blood purilleis, acting directly on
the mucous surfaces. Tho perfect com?
bination of the two Ingredients is what
produces such wonderful results in cur?
ing Catarrh. Send for testimonials,free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO . Props..Toledo, O.
Sold by druggists, price 75c.
Do Not Fail
the Good T
The Leading Business Finns
Where They Can Purcha
Young and Old?Before
I The columns controlled b;
SANTA CLAUS ;HEADQUAR TERS.
Mr. S. Xyourg, Ht the corner of ueffer
son street nud Norfolk nveuue,bits two of
tho finest and costlieut windows in the
city. People stop there by the hundreds
daily and ga/.e at .the beautiful display.
Oue window represents the headquarters
of Santa Ciaus, who seems to have just
emerged from Aladdin's cave with spec?
imens of the richest jewels there to be
fouud,which be has scattered In the snow
in front of his dwelling. Diamond rings,
pedants of rubies,. perls, emeralds,
opals, turquoise and other rare stones are
displayed In this window and offered for
sale at prices which Mr. Nyburg alo >e
can afford to sell them. In the othei
windew is a full assortment of Kodgers
triple plated silver ware, and inside the
store all kin is of useful articles are dis?
played, all of which are sold at prices
which defy competition. Call and inspect
A MODEL STORE.
Hunter & Co., tlie Salem avenue and
Commerce street grocers, should feel
justly proud of their establishment,vrhich
is not only tin* most commodious and
best lighted store in tho city; but is sup?
plied with an assortment of staple and
fancy groceries e lual In quantity, qual:
ity and variety to any similar assortment
iu tho State. The goods offered for sale
are arranged with wonderful taste and
judgment. Great pile.j of candies, nuts,
raisins and pressed fruits^bcrdered with
tringes of green and surmounted by rows
of oiunites, adorn tho windows to the
south and west, while terraced rows of
jellies, preserves, pickles, olives, mus?
tards, ornament the windows farther
south. There are al.'o oanannns, Malaga
grapes, flirs, citrons, red seal choeolates
and all kinds ol fruits and sweets in
abundance, while of substantlals there
seems to be no end. Canned goods innu?
merable stock the shelves, wdiile choice
hams, dried beef, the best ol coffees* and
toBS, boxes upon boxes of smoked and
salted fish ate some of the things sold
there. It. is no wonder that this store is
crowded from morning till lat2 at night
with eager purchasers.
VAUGHNS CIGAR A KD FRUIT EM?
The Place for Christmas Presents in
A. Vaugban's confectionery and to?
bacco store at No. 1'* Jefferson street, is
one of the best, iu the city. A visit to
his place ami an inspection of his
stock is enough to excite the enthusiasm
of the coouoiseur iu cigars and tobaccos
and make the mouth of the lover ot
sweet things run with water. In cigars
his imported Art, Roig, Kossuth, Little
Duke, Royal Rluo, Country Gentleman
and other bra nils ara among tho best live
cent cigars to he found anywhere in the
country; while in chewing tobaccos he
has on Ids shelves r.nd In his show peases
all that the lovers of the succulent weed
in its choicest shapes could desire. His
smoking tobaccos embrace about "twenty
varieties, all among the most select now
in use, and his pipes are adapted to the
tastes of e7ery chiss of smokers. His
candies are lino, embracing Lowney's and
Pracht's specials, which are sold from 10
to 20 cents a pound, while he has a full
line of fruits,nuts and raisins, etc., fresli
KEEPS THE LEADING BRANDS.
Charles F. Byrne, No. 3 Jefferaon
street. Roll 'Phoue No. 134, keeps con
stautlv oa hand at his retail family liquor
stoie tho best brands of imported and
domestic wines, liquors, gins, brandies
and mineral waters for cooking ??nd med?
icinal purposes. His stock is large and be
gets his goods direct from the distillers
aud imnorters. Call there for anything
in these lines.
Tho Concordia ? aloon, No. 10 Salem
avenue, Henry Scholz, proprietor, is oue
of tho most orderly aud popular resorts
in the city and is tlrst class in all its ar?
rangements. Its patrons are gentlemanly
and well behaved, nnd the best of im?
ported and domestic wines and liquors
are dispensed there. Fresh foaming beer
is kept constantly on hand by the auto?
matic pump and nice German lunches
and good things to eat are furnished at
all hours; while the cigars "and tobaccos
are of the nest imported and domestic
brands. Indeed for r 11 things needed to'je
fresh the inner man it is the place to go.
A FINE DISPLAY.
The display of Christmas goods nt
Johnson (c Johnson's, Jefferson street
nnd Salem a7e. drug store, is elaborate
and complete. Tho show windows, sho-v
cases and counters are spread 'w'th arti?
cles which in novelty of design ami
beauty of finish cannot.bo excelled. The
celluloid cases for handkerchiefs, the
cuffs and collar boxes, the manicure sets,
the dressing cases, jewelry boxes aud
other neatly designed receptacles for the
dainty things of life cannot be excelled
in taste and harmony, and nro sure to
captivate the eyo of the purchaser atonce,
while in the matter of perfumery and
fine tolht soaps (Rogers aud Gallett.*),
combs, hair, cloth, llesh and tooth
brm lies, the supply there is calculated to
meet ev.-ry demand. To see however is
to be convinced. Call before they are all
A POPULAR PLACE.
The drug store of'VanI.ear Bros., nt
the southwest corner of Salem avenue
anil Jefferson streer, is one of the. oldest
and most popular in the city. The med?
icines are fresh and pure and the selec?
tion of Christmas presents displayed in
the windows, anew easel and on the pink
draped tables iu the center of tho room
are all the most, fastidious coubl desire.
There is a nice line of leather goods.beau?
tiful cut glass perfumery bot 11 AS, a choice
selection of Lowney's chocolates and bon
bons, hand painted puff boxe.-, beautiful
cigar casep, collar and cuff boxes and
everything else in the line of holiday
goods. Call and see for yourself.
to Read of
of Roanoke Tell the People
se Goods Suitable as Gifts tor
Making a Selection Read This
y JacK, the News Butcher. |
THE ANDREWS CHINA COMPANY.
A Splendid Business That Has Grown
Up With the City.
Tho Andrews China Company.of which
Mr. \V. E. Aodrews, brother of Mayor
W. K. Andrews, is ?Die owner, and which
has been established at No. 110 Salem
avenue for the past seven or more years,
has one of the largest and most select
stocks to be found;!u the South, all* ar?
ranged about the store in the most artis?
te style. The magnificent display . of
A Kail in lamps is a wonder iu itself. Next
comes the various kinds of imported
cbiifa iu dinner, tea nnd breakfast sets,
among them those, from ^Dresden, Li?
moges and Carlsbad be'ng the most con?
spicuous. The English and American
stock is first class in all respects, espe?
cially the beautiful dinner sets, while the
latest patterns in cut, blown and pressed
glassware are sure to ^attract atleutioo.
The ironstone china, quadruple plated
silverware, and the up-to-date jardinieres
also add much to the beauty and variety
of the collection. Bric-a-brac, bisque fig?
ures, cuspidores, onxy^lamp tables, wlno
&ets, punch sets nnd lemonade sets, tho
last named being of great delicacy 'u
make and coloring, at once excite ntten
tion and admiration, while tho white
metal frames in windows and show cases
are beautiful in desiga and finish. The
supply of Japanese, Italian, "French,
Spanish and American vases is nmple^fur
all demands, while the children's tea
sets and thit "coarser "work in domestic
ware are sufficiert to meet all the needs
of^the extensive wholesale and retail trade
which the company has long enjoyed.
Roanoke nnd tho S'ate~of Virginia may
?well be proud of having'suih a largo and
growing business, which is largely the
result of the personal energy ^and enter?
prise of Mr. Andrews.
ALWAYS THE SAME.
The E. H. Stewart Furniture Com?
pany, of which Mr 1. Ernest Boone is tho
president and geneial'manager, is one of
the oldest "and most popular establish?
ments in Southwest Yiiginia. It has sup?
plied the furniture of moreMban half the
homes iu this city, and for many in
South west Virginia,and bus still on hand
as beautiful and varied an assortment of
furniture, carpets, matting, china,glass?
ware and household goods as cau bo
found south of Baltimore. Elegant par?
lor sets, beautiful pictures, lamps and all
the comforts and luxuries that make
home happy and life worth living cau be
procured at reasonable rates at their ele?
gant establishment on Salem avenue and
Campbell Avenue. Give then a call.
THE EAGLE CLOTHING HOUSE.
The forced saio now "going on at tho
Eagle Clothing House, No. '24 Salem
avenue, equals anything in tho way of
bargains ever offered in the city. The
supply of clothing is large, aud iu quality
and stylo will meet the tastes of all; but,
owing to the ^recent warm weather and
the approach of the rapid closing of tho
season, the owners have decided ,to turn
their immense stock into money. Those
desiring tailor made clothing, Jand those
needing overcoats and mackintoshes, or
anything in the clothing line should not
neglect this rare opportunity for bar?
gains. The firm carries a large stock of
childrens' suits, gents furnishing goods,
and ot hats, caps and shoes. Every ar?
ticle is guaranteed to be what it. is repre?
sented. Do not fail to attend the sale.
?Jacob Langsdorf & Sons Make the West?
ern Union Cigars.
Smokers should smoke high grade ci?
gars. If you want, the best on the market
you must smoke Jacob Langsdorf &: Sons
"Kossutb" or Western Union, Kept by
all first class dealers. They can always
be found at Jack's News Depot, 1201-2
Salem avenue. The Western Union cigar
is Langsdorfs latest and thought, by
many to be bis best. Jack has a splendid
1 ili3 of juvenile holiday books, besides
bis display of peiiodicals exceeds that of
any dealer in the city.
KNOW THEIR BUSINESS.
Pilsbury ?s Rhodes, house and sign
painters*nnd)naper hangers, "headquarters
aro at 1'27 Salem avenue W., are well pre?
pared to do all kinds of work in their
line. They keep [constantly on band a
full assortment of wa'l paper, paints,
etc., and are ready to do decorative work
of all kinds about tho 'nterior or exterior
of buildings. Both have"had a long ex?
perience nt the business they follow and
are capable of doiuu the most artistic
work. Give them your orders.
iiO tO < lit*
BARNHART GROCERY CO.,
I03 South JeflVraoii Ml., or coll 'Phone r?0,
for your Christmas Supplies.
Complete line of Canned and
Bottled Goods to select from.
frince Meats a specialty.
Roanoke Music Co
C. T. .IKNN1NGM, Mnnn?er.
Childbirth relieved of
pain and danger! Happy
mothers aud perfect
children! Such are the
of advanced medical
science. Intelligent re?
search has established
the fact that the pre?
paration of woman's
organism for the ordeal
of childbirth cannot
be made by internal
medical treatment, but
must be accomplished,
if at all, by direct ap?
plications to the deli?
cate parts involved.
the famous liniment
prepared by the Brad
field Regulator Coui
Sauy, of Atlanta, Ga., is
eclared by physicians
and druggists to be
the only scientific and
logical treatment for
ailments of pregnancy, and the only remedial
agent which gives the body the necessary strength and elasticity to endure
the strain of childbirth. The use of "Mother's Friend" is positive assurance
against " Rising Breasts" and other ailments of pregnancy, and shortens the time
and agony of labor.
HIHH PPAISF Everybody who has used "Mother's Friend" praises It highly,
uivjii r i\r\ic>L<. S. W. Robinson, DruggUt, Conncrsville, Ind.
OT?FAT SI ICCFSS Havc a ,Ac,v Physician using it with grent success in her
v?*V'-^i * practice, relieving much suffering while enceinte.
W. S. Hanntjm, Garrett, Kan.
_ __ . ._. _ __ Your " Mother's Friend" is alt it is recommended to be,
HEARTY THANKS. E? ,It.havc ???thnnkcd hC3rti,y focin??oMP?lS.to
BEST SATISFACTION. "Mnthtr'n Frieud"*lvestheb?l^??.
Columbia City, Ind.
"Mother's Friend" is sold by druggists generally. If not obtainable at home
6end one dollar to the manufacturers and the remedy will be sent by express without
Valuable book, * Before Baby is Born," for women, free on application.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.
Thb annual meeting ol the Sunday
school and Bilde Hoard of the Baptist
General Association of Virginia was held
Thursday night, at the Fiist Baptist
Church in Petersburg, at which tho fol?
low inu colporteurs were appciuted: J.
W. Johnson, in Albeniarle Association;
Rev. A. Bryant. In the Blue Ridge Asso?
ciation; VV. P. Fry, in the Concord Asso?
ciation; Rev. J. M. Sizer, in tho Goshen
Association; VV. .1. Sadler, in '.the James
River Association; Robert Criddle, in tho
Middle District Association; .William B.
MeReynolds, in the New Lebanon Asso?
ciation; J. B. Owens, in the Miitdlo of the
Portsmouth Association,.and Rev. J. E.
Spencer, in the Upper District of the
same association; A. M. Smith, in tho
Potomac Association: M. F. Flt/.hugh, in
tho lower part of the Potomac and iu the
Rappahannoek Association;,Rev. P. H.
Mink, in tho Powell's River Association;
Rev. G. W. Chocklett, iu the Roauoke
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD will be
paid for the recovtry of a "New Baker"
double-barrelled shotgun, No. 20,278.
Stolen from servant's room at my resi?
dence, on Seventh avenue s. w., on De?
cember 10, 1807.
12 17 2t C. EDWIN MICHAEL.
13 1(1 4t
GOOD horse to let
Box 828, L. L._
FOR RENT.?Three rooms; one heated,
508 Luck avenue s. w. 12 15 4t
N. B. Scott Becomes Commissioner of In?
Washington, Dec. IS.?Tho President
yesterday sent a large,number of nomi?
nations to the Senate. Among them were
Wm. W. Tiomas, Jr., of Maine, to be
envoy extraordinary and minister pleni?
potentiary of tho United States to Swe?
den nnd Norway; Hamilton King, ol
Michigan, to be minister resident and
consul general of 'the Unlted"Btates to
Slam; James C. McNally, of Pennsylva?
nia,to bo secretary of legation and consul
geueral of tho United.States at Bogota,
Nathan B. Scott, of West Virginia, to
be commissionet of internal revenue; Ed?
ward C. Duncan, to hoTcollector of inter?
nal revenue for the Fourth district of
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders ate just
what a horse needs when In bad condi?
tion. Tonic, blood purifier and vermi?
fuge. They are not food but medicine
and the best in use to put a horse in prime
condition. Price 25o per pack ace. ***
wood! wood:: woodhi
For PINE or OAK wood?by the CORD
or by the LOAD?prepared for COOKING
STOVE3 or in BLOCKS FOR HEAT?
ING STOVES, go to W. K. ANDREWS
& co., 219 S alem avenue. Their belled
teams are always ready to deliver it.
FOR SALE.?A first-class second-hand
Typewriter. Call at the National Busi?
VALUABLE Roauoke county land for
sale. Ninety acres on the west side of
Franklin road between Leslie's Store und
Back Creek,,four miles south of Roanoke
city. Sixty acres In original heavy tim?
ber. A rare chance to secure a farm.
Terms liberal. Apply to H. II. and C.
L. CARTER, Blackstone, Va 12 8 lm
Fl RST-OLABS BOARD can bo obtained
at 14 Wells avenue u. w., near Jefferson
street. 12 19 1t
WANTED.?A few more boarders; my
new residence, 1141 South Jefferson
street (Stewart building); accommanation
first class, heated by steam throughout,
hot and cold'baths. Elegant stable for
rent cheap MRS. H. C. HOPKINS.
12 4 lm_
BOARDERS wanted at 1235 Chapman
avenue s. w. 10 22 tf
AOKMT8 WANT KD.
Go to the Virginia Carriage Factory to
get your buggies and wagons repaired.
WANTED.?Agents for Kiniball'a
Anti-Rheumatic Rings. Liberal commis?
sions to good men. W. R. JOHNSTON,
?Uli Oak St., Louisville, Ky. 12 10 It
WANTED?Salesmeu for every town be?
tween Roanoke and Bristol to handle our
tine all wool blankets aud other house?
hold goods, sold on easy monthly pay?
standard INSTALLMENT CO.,
Call up 'phone 148 and 160, both new
Where they keep the best WOOD and
A little of our COAL
Makes lots of heat,
Their COAL is hot
It can't be beat,
It bot!s)your pot
It fries your meat,
It heats your room
It helps von sleep. Sen
NELMS COAL CO.
KliY'S CREAM DAI.M Is a positive cur?.
Apply into the nostril:). II ia quickly nhaorbcil. 60
routs at DriiL'uistM or by mail ; samples 10c. by mail.
ELY UUOTllKKS, GO Warren St.. Now York City.
for nalance. 104
Jefferson .-.?reet, Ex
DYEING AND CLEANSING ES?
Ladies1 and Gentlemen's
Winter Clothes cleaned and
dyed to perfection. Good
1 1 O Campbell avenue.
J. l>KVOX~ Proprietor.
The only eafo, sure and
reliable Female FIU
ever offered to Ladies,
'H ed to married Ladioe.
: Ask for DR. MO'XT'S PENNYKOTAL ?IUS and tako no other.
l*r Send for circular. Ihrlco $!.UO per box, tt boxes for $5.00.
J_)XC MOTT'S CHEMICAL CO, - CJlevelund, Ohio.
Forsalony CnAlO. LJ. f~VjX. koanokk, ma
"DON'T BORROW TROUBLE." BUY
'TIS CHEAPER IN THE END