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Salem
Koanoke Times Bureau, Dil lard & 1
J. Brne?t Walker, Agent,
8ALF1M ADVBBTD3KMKNT8.
\m B la %-#r%H II B?B ? ?
COLLEGE AVENUE, SALEM, VA.
Steam Fitters,
Water and Gas
Plumbers,
Dealern In Iron, Load and Terra Cotta
Piping, Pumping Machinery, Pumps,
Rubber Hose and Packing.
Steam Fitting a Specialty.
Qafc our estimates bofore contracting.
jan23-tf
Darst, Smith & Co.,
UNION ST., SALEM, VA.
Dealers in
OOAL, LIME, CEMENT, BALED HAY,
ROYAL PATENT FLOUR, OATS,
OORN, CHOP AND CRUSHED FEED.
Agents for Pooahontaa Coal. Ian23-tf
Camden Iron Works,
ALABAMA STREET, SALEM, VA.
Manufactures Ornamental and Archi?
tectural Castings, Iron Fencing, Crest?
ing, Iron Fronts, Miners' Cars, etc.
Full line of hardware at store, corner
Haln and Colorado streets.
jan26-lyr O. D. OAKEY, Propr.
D
O. STOVER,
TIN AND COPPER SMITH,
Main Street, Salem.
All kinds of Ranges, Cooking and
Heating Stoves for sale. Tin Roofing,
Bpouting and Guttering and Copper
Work contracted for. Prices low. Sat?
isfaction guaranteed._3 5 lyr
T B. RICHARDSON & SON,
Manufacturers of hair, cotton, wool,
palm loaf, husk and straw mattressoB.
Strictly wholesale. We also maito a
specialty of church cushions. Prices
low and satisfaction guaranteed. P. O.
box 326, Salem, Va._3 5 ly
JjHiOWBRS AND PLANTB.
My greenhouses fire now well Mocked with n
fine collection ot fiuicy plante, suit ah o for n
Christmas present; sizes and prices to euit.When
you come to Salem do not leave without coming
?to my greenhousss. Visitors welcome; Siuuluy
hours tfrom 0 t ? 1) a. m. and from 8 to 6 p.m.
Leave, yonr orders In Itonnoke with Woohvlne &
Oakey tor funeral designs.
J. 8D.ARTZBR,
8 4 lyr F lor let, Salem, Vn.
PROFESSIONAL,.
K. AUE1HUNO,
attorney a-l\w,
OPPPOSITB co hit house square,
salem, va. 18-17
J ERNEST WALKKIt,
Insurance, Real Estate and Collecting. Room
DUlaid & Perslngor building. College uvenuo.
T-otf
. HI. MONTGOMERY,
ATTORNBY-AT-LAW,
WEST WING COURTHOUSE, SALEM, VA.
TRY THE
ROAHOKE GRAVEL AND SLAG ROOF?
ING COMPANY,
No. 316 Salem Avonuo,
For a good Slag or Gravol Roof. It
will outwear any tin roof put on and will
cost about one-half the price. Leaky
roofs repaired and all work guaranteed.
Mr. Harrison neod not be introduced
to tho public, being one of tho loading
jewellers of tho city for tho last five
years. Ho will be pleased to see you at
Harrison's Jewelry Bazaar, 22 Salom
avenuo.
You can't givo a more desirable pros
ent than a pieco of fine jewelry. You
will find it at Harrison's Jewelry Ba?
zaar, 22 Salem avenue.
Do you wish to mako your wife,
sweetheart, brother, sister, father or
mother a fine present? You will find
watches, diamonds, jowolry, docks, sil?
verware, optical goods and novelties in
abundance at Harrison's Jowolry Ba?
zaar, 22 Salom avenue.
Do you need a pair of glasses, in gold,
silvor or nickel frame? You can have
them adjusted to your sight at Harri
son's Jowolry Bazaar. Mr. Harrison hav?
ing had ton yearo' oxporionco <n that
lino.
The Piro Yesterday.
An alarm of fire was turned in yester?
day morning from box 14, to which the
Friendships responded. The fire was in
tbe house of Robert Lee.k, colored, on
Peach hill. The f urnituro Was removed,
and the house badly damaged. The
loss will amount to about 8203, with no
insurance. Tho firo originated in the
ceiling from a defective stovo pipe.
No Health With Impure Blood.
Dr. Davii>'h Iodo-ferrnted barsuparillu cure?
syphilis, scrofula cancer, goitre, and nil Mood and
ekln diseases. If you suffer with any of the above
symptoms and will he cured without endangering
any other healthy portion of yonr system, tuke
Dr. David's lodo-fcrrated Sartapsrtils, the great?
est blood purifier, not only of the nineteenth cen?
tury, hut of all centuries. Don't put off taking
It hut get It at once. i'rice ft per bottle, six bot?
tles for t&, at Mansie Jt Martin's, Hounoke, Vn.
Oht I urn ho Tired
All the time. I am listless ami not Interested In
anything. My foon doe* not digest, and! nave
euch an oppression und fullness Httt,r ruling
Everything lest seems to ferment and turn sour
at once, so that my food not only docs not do nie
any good, hut really makes me sick.
This Is ready a bad case of dyspepsia, and we
advise tbe use ol Dr David s Cherry and iron
Tonic Bitters, to give tone to the stomach and
cause the blood to assimilate, i'rice, gi m> per
bottle, six bottles for $'>.?*, at Massif .t Martin'
Roanokc, Vu.
Old papers for the next week at 10
oonts per hundred.
For Malaria, Liver Trou
ble,or Indigestion, use
BROWN'S IRON BITTERS
NEWS.
singer Building, College Avenuo.
P. A. lx>voiock, Correspondent.
THE TIMES KODAK.
Items of News Gathered About
Town.
J. M. Rollins and family loft Salem in
tho fall of 1800 for Osaka, Japan, whero
ho was stationed as a missionary for tho
Mothodlst Church. Evidently bo must
havo had quite a gay time over there
with the natives, for tho St. Louis Ad?
vocate, an organ of tho M. E. Church, in
its last issue, makes tho following stato
mont: "It is with very great pain that we
announce that J. M. Rollins, formerly
of tho St. Louis Conference, and for
several years a missionary of our church
in Japan, has returned homo in disgrace,
having boon gu.lty of gross immorality
Ho has surrendered his credentials, and
is no longer a minister or momber of
our church."
Early Wednesday morning, as Thomas
Shanks was driving a wagon loaded with
cordwood down a hill near his homo
over on the Stoolton property, tho wagon
capsized, and Mr. Shanks, in jumping,
broko his leg and dislocated his ankle.
Dr. Killian was summoned to attend the
sufferer.
Last summer E. W. Taylor, whoso
homo is in Richmond, but who came
here from the Standard Oil Company's
oflice in Lynchburg, obtained a position
as bookkeeper and paymastor at the
Salem Furnace. On Monday afternoon
he mysteriously disappeared and his
accounts are reported to be four thou?
sand dollars behind, including a draft
of two thousand dollars which was sent
from tho Philadelphia oftlco to pay the
employes and which is bolioved to be
missing. A warrant has been sworn
out for his arrest for ombezzlomont.
Studonts of Roanoke Collego wanted
a holiday Thursday and to obtain it on
Wodnosday night locked a cow in the
chapel, littered straw through tho col
logo building, turned the supply pipe
to the steam-heater boiler into a lec?
ture Toom, flooding tho latter and
cracking the boiler. They got the
holiday.
Capt. Frank Hoard has purchased
Miss Martha Doyerlo's farm near Fort
Lewis (a part of the Josoph Doyorlo es?
tate), paying between six and seven
thousand dollars for it.
Tho steel oage from St. Louis for
Roanoke county jail arrived yestorday.
The annual celebration of tho Domos
thonian Literary Society for Roanoko
Collego took place last night in the
town, which was well filled with friends.
Tho programme, whioh was Incorsporsed
with delightful music, commenced with
an address by President C. E. Hirsh
berger, of Virginia, who took for his
subject "Tho pearl of thought," and
was followed by E. 11. Copenhaver with
an oration on "The heirs of ages." A
debate then onsuod upon the question,
"Resolved, That college fraternities aro
commendable organizations," J. W.
Lamm, of North Carolina, ably support?
ing the affirmative against S. J. Homer,
of Indian Territory, a natural born
orator, who has boon solected to repre?
sent tho Domostbenean Literary Society
at the State oratorical contest to be
held in Richmond in June. The final
oration, "Tnough'ts victories" was de?
livered by C. W Caesol, of Virginia.
Tho celebration was thoroughly enjoyed
by those present who considered it the
equal in every respect of any of those
which have gone before.
Mr. Phillip Reed, who has been quito
Indisposed for some days past, is some?
what better.
In Roanoke county circuit court yes?
terday afternoon the jury brought in a
verdict in favor of O. VV. Bethol ?fc Co.
vs. the Salem Improvement Company
for 81,0 10 duo for brick manufactured
by tho former for tho lattor. The law?
yers for the defense made a motion for
a now trial.
Colonel Hansbrough, counsel for N.
Hockraan in the S10.000 damago suit
against tho Norfolk and Wostern rail?
road, decided at this term In favor of
tho company, will probably movo to
havo the verdict set aside.
Denit & Webbor, ownors of the
Times Register.havo recently purchased
the Crabtreo building, next to tho
Presbyterian Church, now occupied by
tho Dillard Brothers and Puckott's
butcher shop- This makes tho soventh
bull ling owned by this firm, who
thus show their faith in Salem real es?
tate, having invested their "spare cash"
in it.
Lewis Shanks is at home for a few
days.
Cape B. Tamblvn is negotiating with
English capitalists to tako hold of tho
Salem Rolling Mills and put thorn at
work, with every show for suooees.
A few daya ago Luke Sears found oa
the farm of James McCray, on Back
crock about eight miles south of Salem,
the battered remains of a large red,
white and blue fire balloon which 1b be
liovod to be the one sent up on tho
night of tho 20th of December by the
Disciples Sunday school, of this place
Owing to there being non-connection
of trains from the North Wednesday
morning, some beautiful floral offerings
of estoom from Witz, Biedler & Co. and
their employes, to the momory of their
friend, W. W. Patton, did not arrive un?
til yesterday. Capt. J. C. Langhorno
took them in his carriage and laid them
tondorly upon the new-made grave yes?
terday aftornoon.
r>>ii< ?i Court News.
Richard Pinney was given ton days in
jail by Police Justica Turner for steal?
ing a crate of eggs from tho Adams Ex?
press Company._
It A DAM'S MIOHOBK Kl I.I.K It.
Of Intorost to I.idle,.
BVKRY lady knows whether sho Is
trobled with any of the various com?
plaints peculiar to her BOX, and if she
is.it will cost her nothing to consult
pnvat'v ei tin r iu person or by letter,
and thus lean, of the remedy that will
cure h?r. Every Irregularity or un
naturalness, all Inflammations, nlobra
tions and weaknesses aro cdmplotoly
cure i, and the system fully restored to
anormal condition by the use ol th?
mlcirObo killer. Ir is a bitnple remedy,
inexpensive, pleasant, effective u nd
perfectly harm loss. Fifty-pago book
free, Jotinbon & Johnson agents.
Translated.
A lady writes from Germany that she
is discouraged about learning tlie Gor?
man language,
A Gorman friend who tried to con?
verse with her in English made such a
mistake that ska fears she may do as
badly in German.
The Gorman gentleman innocently
gave this rendering of a familiar say?
ing:
'? The ghost is willing but the meat is
feeble."
-,
In ii Divorce Court.
Defendant's Lawyer?If ,your hono
please. 1 would like to ask a recess f.i.
ten minutes. A maiden aunt of the de?
fendant bus died and left him live hun?
dred thousand dollars. I wish to con?
sult with my client for a moment.
Plaintiffs Attorney (hurriedly)?The
lady whom I have tho honor to repre?
sent instructs me to withdraw this com?
plaint. If the court please, I move that
the case be dismissed.?Texas Si flings
Diplomacy.
"Johnny,"said bis mother, "do you
know who ate those cookies I loft in
the pantry?''
"I do, mamma," replied tho noble
boy, bis eyes filling with tears, "but it
would not be manly for mo to tell."
And that is how it came that John?
ny's brother received two undeserved
spankings?one for tho cakes lie did not
steal and another for bis truthful de?
nial.?Indianapolis Journal.
Restaurant (Jratnmar.
Beefsteak Hen (waiter in a Bowery
restaurant)?Do dude waiter must bo
from Boston.
Porkchop Joe (another waiter)?llow
/Jer know?
Beefsteak Ben?lie yelled "Two roast
beeves!" to the kitchen, 'stead o' "Two
roast beefs'"?Life.
Something with Excitement to it.
"I got the champion pugilist to go out
with me and see a football game the
other day."
"Did hi like it?"
"Like it? Why, be was in ecstasies
over it. He wants no such tame, af?
fair's as pri/.e-riug encounters after
this. He wants football."?N. Y. Press.
A Strong Deterrent.
Dusty Rhodes ? I believe I would
make way with myself but for one
thing.
Mrs. Dogood?What impulse restrains
you?
Dusty lllincles?I'm afraid some news?
paper would .sa3T 1 "suicided."?N. Y.
Herald. _
She Hit the .Mark.
Sarcastic Policeman ? Don't throw
any of your egg.-, at that sneakirjg dog,
ma'am. You'll hit some innocent per?
son on the other side of the street.
Angry Market Woman?I can throw
as straight as you can shoot!?Chicago
Tribune._
Churlty.
Dusty Rhodes?I thought you might
be willing, perhaps, t<> bestow a dime
as a thank offering for continued health
and prosperity.
Mrs. Dogood?What have you done
with the dime I gave you a year ago,
you improvident man??Truth.
Preferred Goncroslty.
Big Sister?The next time a gentle?
man brings me a box of candy, 1 don't
want you to come in and ask for some
in bis presence, do you hear?
Little Brother?Huh! If I waited till
he went, you wouldn't give ine more'n
a smell.?Good News.
A Great Admirer.
"Don't you admire Carlyle?" said the
literary young woman.
"I should say so," was the other girl's
proud reply- "I am from Kentucky
myself."?Des Moines Argonaut.
Quito the Kcverse.
Maude?Who was the friend I saw
with you a few moments ago?
Ellen?He's not a friend. I'm engaged
to him.?Chicago News Record.
Effectual.
Husband?[low is it that the cats
didn't trouble us last night?
Wife?I threw out one of your new
neckties.?Truth.
A SAD AFFLICTION.
Judge?What is your age, madam?
Aged Witness?I have seen thirty
seven-summcrs.
Judge?I low long have you been
blind??Texas Siftings.
Well Cp on History.
At a lecture on "Tho Decline of
Literature" the eloquent orator shouted:
"Where are tho Chaucers, and Shakes?
peares, anil Miltons, and Spencers, and
Macau lays? Where are they, I say?"
Anil a voice answered sadly from the
gallery: "All'dead!"?Boston Globe.
He Head the Paper.
First Sportsman?Is your gun loaded?
Second Sportsman?No.
First Sportsman?Then, for Heaven's
sake, load it! Do you want it to go off
accidentally and hill somebody??Truth
No Need to SI udy It.
Yale?Are you going to study political
economy?
Harvard ? Horrors, no! Why, my
father's worth at least three millions.
?Chicago News Record.
Takes Time.
Wife?Isn't that play you went to
last night unusually long?
. Husband?Yes. In the second act the
star has to put on her gloves.?N. Y.
Herald.
PROFESSIONAL.
WILLIAM LUNBFOKD. A. Ill, AI It ANTRIM
LUNSF0RD & ANTRIM.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
Office?Rooms 4 and 5, over Commer?
cial National Bank. * is r.f
u. m'h. oisn, ALEX, j. niiAND,
RoanokoClty. late Judge PagoCo.Court.
GISU & BRAND,
ATTORNEY8-AT LAW,
No. 7 Campbell strnot s. w.. Roanoke.
dr>c. 17 lyi ?
D
R. R D. DOW NICY
Has moved his office over tho National
Exchange Bank, corner Salom avenue
ana Jefferson ?treet.
) 8 to 10 a. m.
Office hours j- 12 to I p. in.
_)_7_to '?> p. m. 12 3 2m
T. W. miller. 8. k. jones,
MILLER & JONES,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
Ofllco: 511 Terry Building. Courts:
Roanoke city and county and adjoining
counties, Suprome Court of Appeals and
U. S. Courts. Special attention to
claims.
j. allen WATTS. WM. GORDON ROBERTSON.
EDWARD W ROBERTSON.
^yATTS, ROBERTSON & ROBERTSON,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
Room 601-2-4 Terry Building.
2 4tf_
WS. GOOCH, ATT'Y-AT-LAW,
? Rooms 402 and 404 Fourth
floor, Torry Building, ROANOKE,VA
Courts: Roanoke City and County,
Court of AppoalB. oo3C<t.1
SGriffin, Wm. A. Glasgow, Jn
? Bed.ord City, Va. Roanoke. Vtv
GRIFFIN & GLASGOW,
Attornoys-at-law, rooms 611, 612 and
614, Torry building, Roanoke, Vi Prac?
tice in courts of Roanoke city ai.d
county and adjoining counties.
lnnc?-tf_
R. e. scott. A. p. staples.
SCOTT & STAPLES, attornoys
at-law, Roanoke, Va. Ofllco: Terry
Building. 5 14 tf
D
DILLARD. ,J. P. I.F.E. c. B. SUELTON.
ILLARD & Sil ELTON,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW.
Roanoke, Va.
Ofllco: 308, third floor, Terry Building.
11 27 lm_
EVERETT PERKINS,
Attornoy-at-law and Commissioner
in Chaucory,
Lock box 110, Roanoke, Va. Room 10,
Second Floor. Kirk Law Building. 0 24 tf
QHARLES C. HERING,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Roanoke, Va.
tf Room 3, Kirk Building. 6 14
john h. WRIGHT. B. LACY HOGi
"T^RIGHTA H?GE, Attornoys-at-Law
Roanoko, Va., Room 6, Moomav.
Building, Jeftorson Btreot. Courts?Rot,
noke city and county, and Cralg an:
Botetourt counties. Special attontlor
given to collection of claims. ma.r*-l\
?p^DWARD LYLE,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Ofllco: Over Lylo's Drug Store,
7 24 lyr Roanoko, Va.
HAMILTON GRAVES,
? Attorney-at-law,
Roanoke, Va. Ofllco, 116 Commerce
stroet, over "The Roanoke Savings
Bank." novl7-ly
w. o. hard aw ay. archer l. paynk
Commonwealth's Attorney.
JJARDAWAY & PAYNE,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
Rooms Nop. 4 and 6 Kirk Building,
Roanoke, Va. tf
R.
?. DERR,
Attorney-at-L&w, Rooms 6 and 7,
Masonio Temple, Roanoke, Virginia
mar5-ly
D,
S. GOOD,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
Roanoko, Va.
Room No. 14, New Kirk Bulling, op>
posite Kenny's tea store. ooti-tf
AKIYY A WOOLWINe!
Funeral Directors and Practloa'
Embalmers.,120 Third avenue,Roanoke
Calls answered in city or col ;y. Res
ldence telephne No. 23; office, 61. &p7-lj
NOTTINGHAM & HALLET!,
THE LEADING
COAL AND WOOD DEALERS.
We always have Lump Po
cahontas Coal, Sawed Stove
and Dry Pine Kindling.
GOOD WEIGHT, GOOD COAL
AND PROMPT DELIV?
ERY GUARANTEED
Office: No. 7 Commerce street.
Yards: 528 First Avenue n. wj
PHONE 26P. 11 8 6m
P
BROOKS
Has removed his studio
to corner of Salem avenue
and Henry street.
Fine Photographs at
lowest prices. 11 1,
Why You Should Advertise in
CIRCULATION.
It has the largest circulation of any daily in
Virginia west of Richmond.
SIZE.
It is the largest daily in Virginia?eight
pages, forty-eight columns.
NUMBER OF ADVERTISEMENTS.
It prints a larger number of advertisements
than any daily south of the Potomac and east
of the Mississippi, three only excepted.
PATRONAGE.
It prints a larger number of advertisements
than any other daily printed in a city of 25,000
inhabitants in America.
A CHALLENGE.
It challenges comparison with any daily in
in America printed in a city of 25,000.
THE BIG FOUR.
Coal, Iron, Timber, Blue Grass.
REASONS
Why You Do Not Advertise in THE ROANOKE TIMES:
BECAUSE you don't know that Southwest Virginia has
within ten years grown 200,000 in population and received
EIGHTY MILLION DOLLARS
of foreign capital.
BECAUSE you don't know that The Times is the repre?
sentative organ of that population and that capital.
BECAUSE you don't know that this new population pre?
sents the most fertile advertising field in America.
WHY YOU SHOULD READ
CIRCULATION. 1
It has the largest circulation of any daily in
Virginia west of Richmond.
SIZE. I
It is the largest daily in Virginia?eight
pages, forty-eight columns. ?
NEWS.
It prints a larger amount of news than any
daily south of the Potomac and oast of the M is* ^
sissippi in any city the size of Roanoke. ' j
PATRONAGE.
It prints a larger number of advertisements,
than any other daily printed in a city of 25,000
inhabitants in America.
A CHALLENGE. \j
It challenges comparison with any daily in ;
America printed in a city of 25,000.
THE BIG FOUR.
Coal, Iron, Timber, Blue Grass.
Why You Do Not Read THE ROANOKE TIMES:
BECAUSE you dou't know that Roanoke has within ten
years become the third largest city in Virginia.
Because you don't know that The Times is the repre* .
sentative organ of Southwest Virginia.
Because you don't know that The Times Is the best *
paper in Virginia, outside of Richmond.

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