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Good Form In Lawn Tennis.
Eor'ru is the style in which the play?
er moves, carries himself, and makes
the strokes. Good form, I should ex?
plain, is not grace; it is making the
stroke in such a wav as to produce
the greatest sffect with the least fric?
tion. In making a stroke both feet
seldom remain on the ground, and
any violent effort will destroy the bal?
ance of Use body, and thus make the
stroke more uncertain and the recov?
ery slower and niore difficult. This
preservation of the balance, to me,seems
the most important advantage of good
form, but you place yourself at such
a disadvantage in the recovery that
you must injure your chances Vor the
Et seems clear, then, that good form
:s worth having:; that it can du no
harm and may do much good; but
how is it to be acquired? By watch?
ing the best players, if possible, aud
studying out the position of the feet
aud body in making the different
strokes. Also by the direct teaching
of some player who has a good style
himself, or at least knows thoroughlv
what it consists in. "But," it has of?
ten been said to mo, "we live where
there are no good players; we see no
good play; we have to trust to books
for instruction, and books cannot tell
how a player looks when he makes a
All this is true, and I could think of
no answer to it until the idea occurred
to me that a number of instantaneous
photographs of the best players might
be taken, so that the exact position of
the feet and hands might be decided.
A strong reason for photographing
the stroke is to be sure that you know
how it is made, i remember well that
1 used always tu preach that in the
overhand service the racket should go
very little back of the head. Two
photographs taken at different times
show , the head of the racket almost
touching the small of my back. ?James
Dwigbt, M. !.>.. in Scriuber's.
The Uwtel Clerk Has t.> Shake Bands.
"Hillo! howdy do?"
It was a big fat man with a scarlet
complexion ami a startling shortness
of breath, lie set a carpet bag us fat
and comfortable looking as himself on
the door in front of the desk of the
Fifth Avenue hotel, and wrapping hii
bunch of digits around the little white
hand of rick HogAu squeezed it until
Mr. Hogan hated him with an inten?
sity that shook the building.
"Glad to see ye." said the fat man.
Mr. Hogan tried to smile, but failed.
Then he swung the register around,
and. jabbing a pen into the ink, vi
sicusly thrust it at the fat man. The
latter : >ted one foot on his carpet
bag, and, spreading himself over the
des;;, laboriously wrote his name.
The name was that of a man widely
known in commercial circles, but it
brought no joy to the clerk.
"Do yon often have such an experi?
ence?" Mr. Hogan was asked.
"Too often," was his sad reply;
"some men pride themselves on the
vigor-of their grip, and such persons
are the ones who do not shake your
hand because they are glad, to see you.
but simply to see you shrink when
they gather your fingers up and
crunch them. 1 don't object to' a
friendly handshake, and a hearty one.
too, but there is no occasion for a per
son to practice Cruelty."
"Do you have to" shake hands of
"i couldnlt begin to toll you how
often. Sou would be surprised to see
the number of times men reach out
for my hanX in the course of a day.
As 1 said before, I don't mind it. ordi?
narily, but at liaies?well, "there are
things 'tis better net to dwell on.' "?
New Fork Sun.
Protection from LIrIiUiIiis.
The fatal lijrhtning stroke is so fre?
quent that persons much exposed to
thunder storms should take ail known
precautions a :? inst it. In a scientific
paper recently read before the Royal
Meteorological societv Mr. G. J. Sy
mons, F. R. S.. the English meteor?
ologist, presented a large mass of im?
portant data on the phenomenon of
Ordinarily persons exposed to a
thunder storm 'dee to the nearest shel?
ter to escape wetting. Mr. Symons
shows that "if a man is thoroughly
wet it is impossible for lightning to
kill him." He refers to a remarkable
proof of this fact The great scien?
tific lecturer, Faraday, once demon?
strated to his audi< nee at the Royal in?
stitution that with all the powerful!
a lightning stroke to allow himself to
el ictrfcal app ratus at his disposal j
it was impossible for him to kill
a rat whose coat had been satu?
rated with water. It would be well, I
therefore, for any person in a se?
vere thunder storm and liable to a
be drenched with rain at the earliest
moment possible, and in the absence
of sufficient rainfall to avail himself
of any oilier means at hand to wet his
outer apparel.?New York Herald.
?I. nvily Handicapped.
Harper's Bazar says: "Woman can?
not move as comfortably in her inves
? titure as a man." No; and she can't
undo four buttons and kick the whole
arrangement off w hile walking from
the dour to the bed cither. And she
can't put it on between the ringing of
the breakfast bell and the asking of
the blessing, either. And yet she
thinks tnerc are some things in poli?
tics that she can reform. She thinks
she can make the* men believe she
can do some things far better than
they can. And still it is a lamentable
fact, patent to all men, that when
there are three women in a sleeping
car, and only two dressing rooms for
ladies, those women have to arise at
4 o'clock in order to permit two of
them to dress in time for the 8 o'clock
breakfast There are some things that
woman?God bless her? can't reform
and some things that she can; some
that she tries to and some that she
just won't. Nov.- if she will only
straighten out the problems and possi?
bilities she can work wonders. And
if she keeps them snarled up, why she
can work wonders, also. But tho
wonder will be why .she works.?Bur
dette in Brooklyn Eagle.
Extraordinary Bone Scratching.
Herbert Sperry, Tremont, III., had
erysipelas in both legs. Confined to
The house for six weeks. He says:
"When I was able to get on my legs, I
"had an itching sensation that nearly
"run me crazy. I scratched them raw
"to the bones. Tried everything with
"out any relief. I was tormented in
"this w?v for two years. I then found
"Clarke's Extract "of Flax (Papillon)
"Skin Cure at the drug store, used it,
"and it has cured me sound and well."
Clarke's Flax Soap has no equal for
bath and toilet. Skin Cure, $1. Soap,
25 cents. For sale at Johnson Ss John?
son's drug store.
WHERE TO STOP.
The Most Conveniently Located.
Booms Well Ventilated.
TABLE SET W5TH THE BEST THE
J 0. HANES,.Proprietor.
1 1 1
Thf Great Virginia Vegetable
Aitcrative, Bbotl Purifier
or the ?
Has been used most successfully
In the following Diseases, as
cortilUmtea will attest:
;"or Liver Complaint, Jaundice
i and Bilious Derangements. In
Mercurial. Blood Poison, Scro?
fulous, and all Eruptive Dis?
eases, Costlveness, Indiges?
tion, Flatulence, Periodical
Sick Headache and Female
Price $1.00 Per Bottle.
Six Konica lor 85.00.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRl'GGISTS.
THE NOLANDINE CO.,
RICHMOND, VA., U.S.A.
Fleet. K ug aud Queen County, Va.
January 31. ISS7.? 1 was afflicted with
chills and fever during the full of last
year, I could stop them with quinine
but they would'nt stay stopped, they
woul i return the7th. 14th, 21st or 2Sth
day?. A friend gave me part ol a
bottle of Nolandine. I used it according
directions and have'nt had a chili
since. Am in good health and weigh
as much or more than 1 ever did.
E. S. WILSON.
?'* : Vi a
The Most Wonderful
Invent son of the
Host convenient, most durable and
cheapest trunk made. Will save you
many backaches. A simple motion
of your hand will enable you to pack
or unpack your trunk without having
to lift a tray. Made in every style.
Sold by all Dealers.
Patented and made by
d is n\n
Makers oi all kinds of
TH?SKS m TRAVLIN8 BAGS,
oet8 2m d.tw
.T. W. PAL2 EU, P. H. S. MORRISOJT.
DALMER & MORRISON.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
OSve second room, fronting Court
ROANOKE --- - - VA.
J. IL Levy, Henry M. Daniel.
President. Sec'y. & Trcas.
X. Fartee, J. F. Babbour,
Gen'l Mrg'r. Superintendent.
Office in Citizen's Bar.k.
The construction of stores, ware?
houses, hotels and public buildings a
specialty for cash or on time when
Fersous desiring to buy homes at
low prices on monthly payments will
find it to their advantage to see us be?
The best thing you can do is to bring
your dirty clothes to t>e cleaned or
dyed and repaired to me. Charges
moderate. Work first class.
Corner Campbell and Henry streets,
Roanoke, Va. ui
THE ROANOKE ELECTRIC LIGHT
and Power company are now pre?
pared to wire new buildings (concealed
work) for electric lights, furnishing
ombination gas and electric light
fixtures at lowest prices. First-class
work guaranteed. Address
ROANOKE ELECTRIC LIGHT CO.
'?. - tTavana Filled 5 & ICc- Cigars.
Ea.ixa Ekiblissed l!>77.
? -t re&bte bund or Iho market Sales mor
i T char in Ihe United Stales.
? ?j IS?7 rtta ovor -45,000,000.
ivrarajre pos l?oath. 2,COO,000.
? averr.ffo daily 23,000.
;. WARS OF IMITATIONS.
'??! ? l; 1 label copyrighted and owned es
. '.- t::: bow-jet cscar co.
For'sale by R. J. Eckloff, Fox
Christian. Chas. Lyle & Co.
Tie Citizens Bail of Roanoke
?Jon tioke, Vif?finif?.
Salem Avenue, between Jefferson
and Henry Streets,
J. B. Levy, President. Lato cashier
Commercial Hank, Koanoke, Va.
Johx Ott, Cashier. Late cashier
City Hank, Richmond, Va.
Accounts of hanks, bankers, corpor?
ations, merchants, and individuals
solicited. Cur facilities for doing a
general banking business are equal to
to any hanking house in Virginia.
Collections a specialty and prompt
remittances made. Interest allowed
on time deposit* mlS-Gin
R. W. WOLTZ. J. B. Woltz
Contractors and Builders
AUK PREPARED TO DO ALL
KINDS OF WORK.
Cor. Fourth Vv and Taird St
21j<-rl Roanoke, Va.
G M. RKRLIK, W. W. WORKMAN,
BERLIN & WORKMAN,
GE.N . Al AUCTIONEERS,
No. 18 Salem avenue, Roanoke, Va,
Having this day entered into a co?
partnership for the purpose of con?
ducting a general auction business in
the city of Roanoke, we hereby take
this method of informing the public
that we are now prepared To sell any?
thing they may wish at public auc?
Special Attention paid to sales
at Private Residences and
Auction sale of stock, furniture,&e.
on lot in front of market house, every
Saturday at 10 o'clock a. m.
AUCTION EVERY NIGHT AT BER?
LIN'S AUCTION Rt Oil.
Parties wishing anything sold will
do well to consult us at auction room,
where we can always be found during
We have in connection with our
auction bouse a. large storage room
where any goods sent on consignment
will be taken care Of.
Consignments solicited. Positivelj
prompt returns made. Watch daih
papers for special sales.
BERLIN & WORKMAN,
Having purchased the stock and
good will of the Hoffman Drug store.
No. 129 Salem avenue, I respectfully
ask a continuance of the sam? liberal
patronoge heretofore bestowed, prom?
ising to keep constantly on hand a
full and first-class stock of Drugs and
Medicines, together with Toilet and
Fancy Articles, Cigars, Etc.
epl?lm FRANK COFFMAN.
PKiDDY & D?NLAP
Stoves, Tinware and Honsefurnislis
rootling and Spouting and Plumbing
and Gas Fitting a specialty.
JEFFERSON ST.. ROANOKE. VA.
Money to Lend
The Lynchburg Perpetual Building
and Loan company makes loans on
city or town property in sums to suit
on any desired time. The terms for
lending money are very reasonable
and the plan of making loans is readily
understood. For full information call
on JNO. W. WOODS, Solicitor
gepl lm . No. 7 Salem avenue. |
R. ,T. T. HILL,
Physician and Surgeon,
Offer* bis professional services to the
citizens ot Roanoke.
Office overBudwell and Christian's.
Eat.uijce No. ? Salem (First) avenue.
8 to 10 a. m., V> to 1 p. m., 3 to 4.301
p. m., 7.?0 to 10 p. m._sep21 Cm |
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE. .
E. W. DONOLLEY,
Justice of the Peace, will open an
oflico upstairs in the Asberry building
on Campbell street, where he will be
prepared to transact all business in
his line. auiTtf
1 R. FRENCH,
Roanoke, - - - Virginia.
Office, No. i) Third avenue S. W.,
second floor. P. 0. Pox, SI. Sur?
veys, plans and estimates made ou
L. WOOD, D. D. 8., DENTIST,
Smith's new Building, Salem avenue.
References?Frof. Jas. H. Harris,
Bitltimorc, Md.; Dr. Ohas. L. Steele, '
Richmond, Va., Dr. Leigh Buckner, i
0. b. MOOMAW, I JXO. W. woods,
Botetourt county. | Roanoke county.
MOOMAW ?& WOODS,
.?in [iKictice in the courts of Roanoke
city ana county and counties adjoining. Will;
attend the courts of Roanoke and Botctourt!
regularly. Office?-Salem Avenue, opposite
Stewart's Furniture Store, IJoauoke. ','a.
JOHN e. pen? LUOIAN A. c0ckt.
DENN & COCKE,
Courts - toancke and adjoining
Office: Corner Commerce etreetl
^r. 1 Salem avenue.
11 E. THOMAS,
Fifteen years experience in treat?
ing all kinds of animals. Best of ref
ere ices given.
OKH CK:?301 Railroad Avenue.
ROYNOKE, - - VIRGINIA
8. griffin. I j. AI.-t.KN WATTS.
K IFF IN & WATTS;
ATTO UN E Y S-AT- LA W,
Roanoke, .... Virginia.
Otlice : Room No. 5, Kirk's building,
corner Salem avenue and Jefferson St.
J E. M. HANCKEL,
Surveys, Estimates :md Plans made in al!
parts of "the State.
OFFICK?Over Trust Company. Salem
Avenue. Roanoke. \ a
PDGERTON S. ROGERS,
Graduate of the Royal Institute of fine
arts, Rome, Italy.
Office: Xo.2 .V.Eleventh Bt.,Bichmond
DENTIST. Roanoke, fa.
-e over Lyls's drug store, corner Salem
avenue and Commerce street.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Flans and Specifications prepared, fce
timates furnished irec. F.rst-j.as
work h special tj . . mronatre ao .
ited. Deferences <r:ve;.. ..c ae ni
m: Vv:.i!or P HnfT.V ' * -
ohas. ldnsfokd. c. I. luksforo
/ 1H.ARLES LUNSFORD & SON,
FiRH, Life and Accident
A large line of the best lire compa?
nies represented. Call on us for rates
I >ffice with James S. Rimmonn & Co.,
on Jefferson street.
JjR. W. S. GREGORY,
Thorough Graduate of Baltimore
I lental College.
106 Salem Avenue, Next Duor
to National Bank.
GEORGE A- POYTHRESSl
Tuner and Repairer of
Pianos, Reed and Pipe Organs
will keep your piano in perfect order
(calling MX times yearly) for $10 per
year, quarterly in advance. Orders
from the city, surrounding comities and
distant points respectfully solicited
Tesimoniiils and references sent on ap?
GEO. A. POY.TDRE3S.
Lock Box 14S, koauoke, Va
Leave city orders a:. Gravutt's Book
W. D. MYERS & C?"
ERNEST AVENUE, S. W.
have their cooper-shop in operation
and are prepared to furnish Hour
barrels, time barrels and apple barrels
on short notice. 1y24-lm
For this quarter and
for month of October are now due
and payable at company's office. If
not paid before the 20th instant the
supply will be shut off.
Failure to receive a bill does not en?
title consumer to the discount.
Lime for Fertilizing and Disinfect?
ing, also Gas Tar for sale.
Applications for extensions, im?
provements, taps, purchases and all
other matters relating to Gas or
Water shoulrbbe made to
ROANOKE GAS AND WATER CO
No. 11 Third Avenue, Southwest
NORFOLK & WESTERN(RAJ J -
Schedule in effect Nov. 10,1889.
10:00 a in. Daily; arrive Bristol 4.00
p m. Stops at ail sta?
tions, connecting at Rad
ford with trains on New
River Branch; arrivingPo
cahontas at 3:40 p m.
5:10 p in. Daily, arrives Bnatoi 10:45
p m, connecting with E.
T., V. & G. R. R. for all
points south and west;
lias Pullman Palace Sleep?
er, Roanoke to New Or?
leans, via Caleraand Roa?
noke to Selma without
4:25 a in. Daily, arrive Radford 0:00
a m, connecting with New
River Branch; arrives f o
cahontas 9:45 a m., arrives i
Bristol 10.00am., connects!
with E. T., V. & G. R. R.
for all points south and
west; has Pullman Palace
Sleeper from Roanoke to
New Orleans without
2:00 p in. Daily; for Lynchburg,Pe?
tersburg, Richmond, Nor?
folk and intermediate
points; connects at
Lynchburg with V. M. R.
R. forWashingtonand the
east, leaving Lynchburg
4:00 p in daily.
7:05 p m. Daily: for Lynchburg and \
L1:5? p in. Daily; arrives Lynchburg
4:32 a in, connecting with
V. M. K. il. for all points
north, arriving Washing?
ton 8:03a m; arrives Pe?
tersburg 10:25 a m; arrive:'
Richmond, via R. & P. R.
R.. 11:4i) a in; arrives Nor?
folk 1 ou p m; connecting
with st c.i inerlines for Bal?
timore, New York ami
Cripple Creek Extension?Leaves
Pulaskl 7:00 a m. Daily except Sun?
day, and ?:UU p in. Daily, arrive Ivan
hoe S::ir> a in and4:83 p in. Returning
leave Ivanhoe 9:30 a m. Daily except
Sunday, and 5:25 p m. Daily; arrive
Pulaski 11:00 a m and 7:01) p in.
All enquiries as to rate-, routes, etc.,
W. B. Bevill,
ffen'l I'ass. and Ticket .Agent.
Chas. Qt. EnnY, vice-president.
Genera! < Mlici-s Koanoke.
HEN AN DO A13 VALLEY RAIL
rf. F. Tti.er, Receiver.
Sckedcla in ESeet October 29, iR9.
arrive at roanoke
5.00 P- H. Daily?New Orleans Express
From Qagerstownandthe nortb
Tbrouu'li Pullman Sleeping card
fro:a Ne w York and Philade}
phis to Mobile.
12.55 Ni^'ht Dally?Memphis Express from
New York. Philadelphia, and
Baltimore, making councLt'o;'
through to the .South.
7 00 a M. Daily?Baltimore Exru ess, from
all poiuti South, arrive is
Washington, ?; 60 p. m.; Balti?
more 7 17 p. ia., Harrisburg,
7 l^ p. m., Philadelphia, 10 5-1
1.55 P. M. Daily -N< .v York are! Phitadd
phia Express, from Mobile Hem
phi?, i haitanooga ?nd all points
outh. Arrive Philadelphia*.^
a. m., New York 7 10 a. m.
Sleeping cars through to New
York via. tlarrisburg.
Ticket Agents will furnish ail information
?n.'Ubrough sehcdii'i >nnon application to
>.,". ?ward in Iyer,
From Jin ffminent Sc?(:irr and
Mr. A. K. Haavkes?Dear Sir: The
pantiscopic glasses you furnished me
some time since L'ive excellent satis?
faction. I have tested them by u-c.
and mu-t say they hre unequaled in
clearness and brilliancy by any that 1
have ever worn. Respedfully,
John B. Gordon,
Governor of state of Georgia.
A Business Mzn's Clear Vision.
New York City, April 4, 1888.
Mr. A. K. Hawkes?Dear >ir: Your
[>ate t eve glasses received some time
since, and am very much gratified at
the wonderful change that has conn:
ovor my eyesight since I have dis?
carded my old glasses' and am now
using yours. Alexander Aoar,
Secretary Stationers Beard ol Trade ofI
New York city.
All eyes fitted and lit guaranteed by
Charles Lyle & Co., druggists, Roan
oke, Va. ocll2 G:n
Johnson & Job nson,
? POSITIVE SSSESm13* HA"^0<)?5
i Kind: Effects
of Errors or Exsfsli? ia Cid or Young.
Hobmt. Noblr JIAMIIMi!) full. i:..:w.V. i'oir I?. rnlnrsc ami
SlrCDcHicn? KAK,t'XIIKVr.l.(?i'KIMIi:M.'.S .v i' Mi l Suf 1IODY.
Aboitulrly MhlllM IUI31K TRKATjIQiT?OwSU In a d?j-.
Brn lollf/ Hid il StM?-?, Territorien, =r.rt InrrignOinntrlM.
Too fan write tLrRi. Hook, ful! pi|iljnu:!->n, S'i.1 [.roof, mallrj
Uealcd) rrcr. Addres? JS!E tncCICAL CO., BUfFALQ.N. V.
R. ii. URAY,
LATE OF R. H.
GRAY it CO.
J. W. EOSWELL,
LATE OK J. R.HOCK
ADAY & CO.
Real estate and insurance agents.
Improved and unimproved property in
ali parts of tho city for sale.
RENTLYG A SPECIALTY
Y'our patronage respectfully solicited.
No. 7 First avenue, S. W. Roanoke, Yn.
ID TIB TO THE AFFLICTED.
The mineral springs discovered in Ashe county, N. C, from which comes the
IBS BROMINE AND ARSENIC WMffi.
Has been a blessing to thej afflicted of this land. This water is no com
pounded nostrum, but is a natural medicine, flowing from the earth, and.,
therefore, can be used with perfect faith in its medical qualities. It has beeL
analyzed by competent chemists, and found to contain 52 per cent, more
arsenic than any water tested
IT WILL CFBE
Briirht's disease, rheumatism, syphillis, erysipelas, old sores, ulcers, tetter,
salt rheum, scald head, eczema, skin diseases, female diseases, dyspepsia, ner
vousness,, heartburn, restlessness, etc. C/. -:
This water can be taken internally and applied externally.
It will remove pimples, blotches and all eruptions on the skin by simply
moistening the skin with it two or three times a day.
Science Bau never produced a compound that will equal its effects in cleans?
ing and beautifying the skin. \v
Persons who feel the need of a .spring tonic or blood purifier will be charmM--^
with its effects. It is confidentially recommended to any one suffering with
kidney diseases, rheumatism, ncuralgia,nervousness,general debility, chronic
sore eyes, syphilis, old sores, ulcers, erysipelas, dyspepsia, and a large num?
ber of diseases too long to enumerate. It is a boon to women afflicted with
the various forms of female diseases.
From Numerous Testimonials the Following are Appended
TWENTY POUNDS I\ THIRTY DAYS.
Gentlemen:?It gives me much pleasure to say a word in behalf of Ashley's
Bromine and Arsenic Water. I had been a sufferer for some time from an
ulcerated mouth, which would yield to no treatment whatever, until I began
the use of the Arsenic Water, and after using it for three weeks, both exter?
nally and internally, I was entirely well. My general health was very greatly
improved, and I gained twenty pounds in a single month. Too much good
cannot be said of this water. Very truly,
J: B. Clayton. S. F. & W. Ry., Whigham, Ga.
Tyler, Texas, June 6, 1889.
Ashley''a Bruminc and Arsenic Springs Co:Brislol. Term.
Gentlemen:?I used your water last summer in an obstinate case of mucus
diarrhoea and I found speedy and permanent relief where phyeicians had
failed. Yours truly. Geo. R. Phillips.
Maxia, Texas,May 20,1880.
Secretary Ashley's Bromine and Arsenic S])ring Co.
Dear Sir:?I write to say I have been suffering with dyspepsia for several
years, the paroxysms from which have been very severe" indeed. I was in?
duced by your aL'ent to try the Ashley'sBromfne and Arsenic Water, and
after using less than two eases I find myself entirely well, and can eat any?
thing without the slightest inconvenience or trouble on account ;^ indiges?
tion. Before using the water I had often felt that I should nt^ver be weP
again, but am happy to say I feel like a new person altogether -whip^
am very thankful to you and your agent, Mr. Bvrd. Very r"
The water is put up in cases of twelve T>
ties. The water is bottled at the spring and
He sure every bottle has company's seal.
Price per Bottle,
Price per case, .... jfjj
C. Lyle & Co. are the local agents at Roanoke. Src
Tenn. This water furnished free to hotel guests at L-c
IS NOW OVEEiphasi.
= terest in
AND WE GOME TO
is not far off, and if you propose to open a
NEW SET OF BOOKS,
?38 ET OFt?
DON'T FAIL TO CALL AT
110 Jefferson Street
and get an estimate on what you need.
We can SAVE YOU MONEY on this class of work,
as well as on anything in the Printing line.
Mot as a Professional Pugilist
AS A DEALER IX CLOTHING,
-AND ONE WHO OFFERS
The Greatest Bargains
TO BE HAD IN SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA.
I have just lately cast my fortunes with the citizens of Rcanoke, heliev
iug by fair and honest dealing I can live and let live. I cordially invite the
public to call and examine my mammoth stock of clothing, which is goiner at
bargains never before offered. A select stock of overcoats from which
the most fastidious can take his choice, and everything in the gent's furnishing
line. Give me a call.
P. ADLER, ijo Salem Avenue.
Pulaski City, Va.
Bluefield, W. Va.
The above houses offer superior accommodations to the
Travelling Public. Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.
IFIRIEID.. IE. FOSTEB,
H. C H IP MAN
EAL ESTATE AGENT,
NO. 4 JEFFERSON STREET,