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Address. SWIFT SPBCIF1C co., Atlanta. Ga,
PARTIAL LIST OP
farms and City Prooeity,
Many of Them at Loss Than Half of
Their Real Value.
120-acro farm, I t miles from Roanoke; 5-room,
two-story frame building; tenant house, 4 rooms;
plenty of tint bei; 3 good springs near house-,
farm In good c mdltion; GOO yards of church aud
schools; good neighborhood. I'rlco $1,800; one
tialf cash, balance one aud two yearn.
GO seres at Cave Spring; 20 In Umber, balance
In cultivation; land level, tinder new plank fence;
2 good springs and branches through farm. I'rlco
$2,000; one tnlrd cash, balance one and two years.
.'. acre garden farm, very near city; new (i room
dwelling; reservoir; windmill; land in vory best
condition. Price $1,500; ouo third cash; balance
one and two years.
15 acre gardeu farm, 5 miles south of city; new
4 room frame dwelling; stable; land lies level,
easy to cultivate, and highly improved, all cultl
vated in vegetables this year. Price $300; one
third cash, balanco one and two years.
4!i acres,:) miles south of cltj;3-room dwelling;
stable; 10 acres in timber, balance In cultivation;
abont 100 hearing fruit trees. 1'r 1 r ? $1,000; one
third cash, bilance one aud two years.
50-acre farm, 0 miles east of Hoanoke; 4-room
log house; 3 acres in ? lmber, balance open land;
watered with spring and branches. Prlco $300;
one third ca?h, balance 1 and 2 years.
4-s-ncro farm, near Coyner's Springs; 5-room
-cottage; good stable and barn; one tenement
honee; 30 j fruit trees; farm under good fonce. I
Price $500; one third cash, balance 1 and 9 years.
?1". acre farm. 5 miles from city, near Cave
Spring!acres in timber, balance In cultivation;
laud level and In good condition; 3-roora log
house; watered with springs and branch. Price
$800;one-third cash, balance 1 and 2 yeatH.
75-acre farm. Q miles from city; 4-room frame
dwelling; stable und harn::uior 41) acres in lim?
ber, baiuuee in cultivation; 8 acres good bottom
land: 100 a >ple trees; farm well supplied with
water. Price $7.">U; onc-thlrd cash, balanco on
ISO acres. 5 mile, from city, near Holland's; V
room dwelling; B0 ucres in timber, 40 acres In
grass, balance. In cultivation and nnder good
fence. Price $1,650; ouo half cash, balanco 1 und
25 acres, B mile- south ot city; 10 acres In
timber, 15 In cultivation: 5-room, comfortable
dwelling; good orchard; f?rm well supplied with
water. Price $000: otic-third cash, balance 1 and
7- room house on Tar.ewell ave. s. e., large lot.
Price $1,050; c?sh $lll; monthly $10 per month.
0 room house on Smart ave. s. e. Price $.S00;
?cash $s; monthly payments $S.50.
5 room house on Kim woo,! st. e. e. Price $42";
-cash $25; monthly payments $7.
0-room on Tasswell ave. s. e., lot 40x13'J. Prlco
$1.000; cash $10; monthly payments $10.
0-room house, newly pap:rcd; lot 71x150 feet,
nice location. Price $i,0OU; cash $250; mommy
i. room honee, corccr lot. Southeast. Price
4*00; ca6h $100; monthly payments $S 50.
10 room house on Jefforson at., wlh all modern
Improvement*. Prlco $2,350; cash $350; balanco
'$*) per month.
11 room house on JolT-jrson at., large lot, stable
4tnd carriage house. Price $3,30J; c?h $3u(J;
balanco $2) per month.
Nice house on corner ot Seventh ave. and Koa
ncUe st. Price $1,000; easy payments.
8- room house, corner lot. Hotithwcet, near In.
Price $1,0)0; small cash payment
7 room house. Seventh uve. s. w., full-sized
lot. Pricj $1,000; onc-thlrd cash; balance one
and two years.
7-room house, marble mantles, bird wood
finished, nicely paltered; cost to build $2,100;
now $1 300; cash $100; balance $12.60 per month.
7-room bouse, good locttlon, Noithwest Price
$1,000; cash $100; balance $12.50 per month.
Nice new cottage, cost to build $1,11H'; corner
lot; now $900; cash $5('; hulanoc $8 per month.
b-room house. Northwest; bard wood llnisb,
new range, stable, lot BUXlBO. Price $1,300; cash
$200; balance $15 per month.
4-room house. Northeast, close to shops. Prlco
$4'XJ; cash $1; balance $4 per month.
0-room house, corner lot, Northeast. Price
$U23; cash $25; balance $6 per month.
Two 6-room houses, Northeast, large lot. Price
$000; cash $00; balanco $10 per month.
We have also m >ny desirable bargains in well
located business property. Houses for rent und
T. W. SPINDLE & CO.,
lot Jefferson Street, Itoanoke. Vs.
SCHOOLS AND COL.1_.KOKS.
? TUB SIXTH SESSION OK ?
MRS -:- W?lT??UOTS-:- SCHOOL
Will lleopcn September 9th.
For Terms apply 503 Campbell St S. \V
lessens in Ladies' Fancy Work.
I.CSfons in FANCY WORK, CKOCUST,
EMBROIDERING, KNITTINO and
1'LOW Kit- MAKING. Classes for children
444 Eighth Ave. S. Vv., Cor. Park St.
Letters, Science, Engineering, Law. Medicine.
Session lM-gllis 15th September.
Tuition in Academical Schools frco to Vlr
?)nl?uis. For catalogues address
WM. M. THORNTON, LL.O.. Chairman.
<iixl all the
< 'cilamrrcla 1
1710 Chestnut St.,
The maximum of knowledge, attho min inram of coat
WrUetarcirculars. THKO. W. PALAIS, l?rc?t.
- FOR -~
Prompt Delivery and Good Work
Send to the Old Reliable,
R?AN0KE STEAM LAUNDRY,
GEO. W. AMMEN & CO., Proprs.
PHONE 110. 120 KIltK AVK., S W
A Wl.ltr Squall.
"A white squall?did I over soo one?
I should say I hud," said an old sailor
ill tho bingo olllce. '' Wo woro between
horo and tlio West Indies, and it was us
fair tt day as you over put eyes on. I
was at tho wheel, aud wo woro howling
along rmdor u pretty sailing broozo.
Thcro wasn't a oloud to ho seen, unless
a littlo whito vapor far off could bo
called a cloud. All of n ?uddou the cap?
tain camo up out of his cabin.
" 'Got ail tho light Kails off her us
quick as yon can,' ho shouted to tho
inato. 'Clew up tho royals and to'gal
laut sails und bear a hand livoly, boys.'
" 'What's tho matter with tho old man
now?'' said tho sailors as thoy looked
around tho horizon and saw nothing bnt
sunshine and the dear sky.
"Nevertheless all hands turned to
getting in tho light sails. Tho captain
took thowheol and sent mo to assist. Of
course wo all thought it was a piece of
foolishness, but wo worked with a will
bocauso tho enptnin told us to.
"Woll, wo had no sooner got those
sails in than it struck. Right out of tho
cloar sky camo uu awful gala It toro
our great mainsail and other sails to rib?
bons quicker than a flash. It camo 'butt
end to,' as tho sailors say.
"How did tho captnin know it was
coming? Why, he was in his cabin and
happened to see his glass go down sud?
denly. That meant something, and ho
hustled on deck. A good captain watches
his barometer as a cat watches a mouse "
Tho Fight Which I? to Coino.
Tho fato of tho civilized world had
always hung upon tho strength of the
Aryan nations to repel tho attempts of
Asiatics to force tlioir way into Europe
and to flood tho western world with
oriental ideas and habits, modes of gov?
ernment and forms of religion. The
struggles of Qreeco with Persia and of
Romo with Carthngo, the struggles of
Greeks, Romans and Teutons with the
Saracens; the conflicts, extending to our
own times, with tho Turks, wcro but so
many acts in one long drama, of which
tho earliest scones uro to bo found in tho
pages of Herodotus, and the latest might
bo studied in tho telegrams of tho daily
nowspapor.?"Lifo of Freeman, Dean
EXTRA GOOD BKMS
Tho TUlo In tho A flairs of Itonuoko Has
Turned?Prosperity is at Hand?Itcnl
Katate C?n Now he Hought at Price*
That Will ltring tho Judicious In?
vestor splendid Returns Within tho
Next Two Yours?The Opportunity
May Nut Last Long-Kmbruco It
W hile You Can.
READ ?spkciLS- BARGAINS:
No. 1?Knnr-story brick residence, with 120
rooms, on Wells avonuc it. c.; lot GOxltiO fcei, to
an alley; stable In rear ot lot with debt statin;
cost ot building, residence aud stablo about
$1,00}. Price ot whole property, $3,950; $500
cash, balance on time.
No. 2?Two-story solid brick business house on
Salem nvenue, between Jefferson street and the
market; size ot lot, 2-l.Si87J> feet; upper portion
ot the building nicely fitted up with 6 room* tor
residence; good cellars nnder the store. Price of
houBe nud lot, $0,000. TIiIb Is the beat business
portion ot tho city and will pay a handsome por
cent, on the Investment hi tile future.
No. 8?Comer lot in West Knd Boulevard.
50x150 feet to an alley; $11,000 residence in front
ot this lot; sold for f?.500 In lS-XJ. Price of lot
now, $400, all cash.
No. 4?Large residence on Campbell avenue,
No. 1032. Price $3,33(1; all cash, or $338 cash, aud
balance on time This honso has 1U rooms and
all conveniences and large stable In rear ot lot.
No. 5?Business lot ou soutli side ot Catnpboll
avenue, between Commerce and lienry streets;
size 25 feet front and running back to an alley;
sohl for $S,000 In 1801. Prlco now $1.750. all cash.
No. 0?Nice four-room cottage on Sixth avenue
s. o.; lot 8)xl00 teet, to an alley; cost $500 to
build the hon^e; rented out now to a prompt-pay?
ing teuant, paying $5 per mouth. Price of house
aud lot, $2S0, all cash; or $5U0, $50 cash and $0
No. 7?Business lot on Luck street, between
? enry and Commerce; size 30x105 teet to an
alley; sold for $2,OU3 In ls'-K). Prloe now $ti0J; all
No. 8?Sight-room residence on Franklin road,
near Teuth avenue s.w.; house in good ordor
with nil conveniences; lot 33 feet front, 114 feet
deep. 57 feet wide at back part; property sold for
$1,5110 In 1?.K>. Price of house and lot now $2,300;
$150 cash and $20 per month, with Interest.
No. U-Nlce 7-room honsc and lot, and vacant
lot adjoining, on Illinois avenue, Sulem, Va.; best
residence portion of tho city. Price of wholo
$900; $100 cash, $15 per month, with interest.
Property cost over $2,000.
No. 10?Three-story brtok business house '.on
Campbell avenue, west of Jefferson street, occu?
pied by Thompson & Meadows; size of lot, 93x100
feet; the whole of the two tipper stories well ar?
ranged and cut up Into offices. The property will
rent for about $1,200 per annum. Prlco $13,000;
$3,000 cash and balance $2,000 per year, with In?
No. 11?Klve-room twe-story house on llolli
day street s. e.; lot 50x130 feet; fronts on both
llolliday street and Botnoke and Southern rail?
road. This property sold for $5,000 in 1S30. Price
of house nud lot now $-00; $150 cash and $15 per
month, with Interest.
No. 12?A desirable rcsldenco on Chnrch street,
near Park street; corner lot, 40x170 feet, to an
alley. Price ot bouse and lot now, $2.750; $750
ca'h, balance on time.
No. 13?Six-room residence ou Fifth avenue n.
w.; lot runs through from Fifth to Fourth ave?
nue; two fronts; honsseoet about $750 to build It.
Prlco of house and both lots now $<>50; $50 cash
and $10 per month, with Interest.
No. 14?Nine-room Oneen Anne house on Brook
street n. o ; corner lot, 50x100 feet; honoe In
good condition; contract price ot honso $1,000.
Price ot house and lot now $1,850; $150 cash and
$16 per month, with interest.
No. 15? Seven-room 2 story rcsldeuce on Sev?
enth avenue; lotj33xl3) feet, to an alley. Price
of honse and lot now $1,450; $100 cash, balance $20
per month, lloase cost over $1,500 to build It.
J.W. B?S WELL,
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
Moomnw Building, Jefferson St.,
The most complete line ot
Stoves 1 Ranges
In tbe city.
No. 17 Salem Avenue.
LUCKY WALTER SCOTT HOBART.
Loft m ninmmoth Fortuuo and i? Winner
of K! h Prizes on Ihn Turf.
A Monte Cristo, i\ Prince Fortunatas of
83, Is Walter Scott Hob-art, tho young Call
fornian who relloves the ennui of a oollogo
courso nt Harvard by campaigning a string
of thoroughbreds. Ho Is thu only son of
tho into Waltor S. Hobart, the California
multimillionaire, and with two sisters
shares the Immense fortune loft by his fa?
ther. How many millions he lias tho lu
cotuu from it is dilllcult to state, but tho
Hobnrt estnto is without doubt good for
between $8,000,000 and $10,000,000. Tho
elder Hobart was an enthusiastio horse
WALTKU SCOTT 1IOI1AUT.
mnn and owned tho famous trotting stal?
lion Stmuboul, 2:07}^; Nancy, Loo, tho
dam of Nancy Hanks, and Alma Mater,
tho dam of Alcantara and Alcyone.
Young Hobart consequently Inherited a
taste for tho turf as well as his father's
millions, hut. unlike his father, his favor?
ites are running horses. About IX years
ago young Hobart begun quietly getting
togother a stable and ho now possesses ono
of tho host strings of thoroughbreds owned
by a Californium About a wook before
the Realisation, worth $30,000, Hobart
purchased Bright Phoobus for about $G,
000 and n third of tlio stnke if tho Bright
Phoebus won the rare. In this case as in
others young Hohart's luok prevailed and
ho captured tho great raco with his now
purchase. Hobnrt owns enough trotters,
hacknoys, thoroughbreds, rond horses, polo
ponies and smart equipages to bankrupt a
modorutoly ricli man, but notwithstand?
ing his liberality ho does not spend Ills in?
Ho Is an excellent polo playor and Is a
gentleman rldorof marked skill. Ho often
ridos his own heraus when tho ruoos stipu?
late that owners am to bo "up," and ho
usually wins. Among tho famous harness
horses he lias purchased are Hazel Wllkes,
3:11K; Ayros P, 2:03X, with running
mate; Pattio D, 2:13M, and Mattlo Mer?
rill. He is a singularly self possessed
young man. Some time ngo tho Utica
mine, which pays him $0,000 a day, caught
fire. Hobart was discussing polo with a
friend when Iiis manager rushed up out of
breath and shouted, "Mr. Hobart, tlio
Uticn mlnu is on ilro!" Hobnrt turned
around slowly. "Is that sol"' ho said
calmly. "Put it out." Then ho resumed
Iiis discussion of polo.
John Sphiti'n Good Story Abont Rums.
John Spinn, tho famous driver, rocontly
told a Turf, Field and Farm man n good
story about Rarus. At Rochester. In 1870,
tlio gelding was started to beat Goldsmith
Maid's record of 2:l-l}( over that track.
Ho trotted tho first mile in 3:17%, tho
second In 3:10, and Spinn decided ho would
not try again. While Splan was standing
by Hants, watching him cool out, Conk
lin, his owner, caiuo ovor and showed a
ticket calling for $100 if Rarus bout tho
Maid's record. It seems that nftor tho
horse, had gone tho mile in 3:1(3 some fol?
low had come to Couklin and sold him
the tiekut for$10. Splan says: "I had said
to tho starter as I dismounted nftor tills
milo t hat. I would not make another at?
tempt, but this game on tlio old mnn
mado me a little mud, and I said to Mr.
Couklin that I would go agaiu and that
Rarus and I would make a mighty effort
to make thu follow who sold that tickot
fool like n sucker. Wo started ngalu, and
tlio old horse never lifted his nose In tlio
mile, which ho trotted in 2:13}?). Tho on?
ly time 1 ever heard the old man swear
was after tills heat, when ho came over
whore we were cooling tho horse out and
said, T guess that d-d fool 1ms mado up
Iiis mind that Rarus is a trotting horse.1 "
LMckHon'H Change of Itoloa.
Charles Dlokson lias taken the advice of
his friends and will shortly forsake tho
part of the old Ghioagoan in "Other Peo?
ple's Money" and play that of the young
"hero," intrusted to Aubrey Bouclcault.
TJie role is a very good one, and as Mr.
Dlokson made his principal hit in n juve?
nile role In "The Wife" it is directly In
his lino. Of course, it is always a tempta?
tion to nn actor to strike out for "ehnrac
tor" business, but lie should bo perfectly
sure before he does It that tlio "character"
part is worth tad.ling.
Helen Ulytho'a Itcturn to tho Singe.
Tlu> return of Helen Dlytho to the stagr
has so far boon commercially successful,
She has already produced a play called
"Reaping tho Whirlwind," as well us
"Leah." Miss Rlythe was dreadfully
afraid thatthoator goers had forgotton her,
'jut her fears seem to have been quite
groundless. She is now negotiating for
jinio in New York.
CONDENSED SPORTING CHAT.
Sinco Ed Geers mado his debut as a
:lrlver ho has been in over 1,000 contests.
Ono of tlio smallest jockeys in America
Is Tod Sloan, who has ridden at 00 pounds.
Budd Bohle will drive Hal Billard to
bent the world's pacing record at Cleve?
land in October.
Tho committeo in oliarge of tho Yale
Cambridge games has been compelled to
arrange for 500 additional seats.
Jacob Sohoofer has brought suit against
tho North Chicago Street Railroad com?
pany for $10,000 damages for personal in?
jury sustained recently by being thrown
by a conductor from one of tlio cars in that
Ernest S. Rnmsdoll of tho University of
Pennsylvania uses perhaps the longest
stride of any amateur runner In this coun?
try. In a 220 yards run, after lie was fair?
ly started, his strides averaged 7 feet '.?
inches. John V. Cruin, tho present inter
oollcglntechampion, scarcely strides 7 foot.
True it isthat it Is tho pace that kills, and
no horse can .stand thu strain of continu?
ous racing when tho time is below 2:10,
says Turf, Field and Farm. Joe Patchon,
Robort J and Azote have shown greater
endurance in this direction than any other
horses ever on the turf, but time has done
its work with the llrst two, and their own?
ers have been compelled to see tho error of
continuous racing without n let up.
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
New York (.took Market.
New York. Oct. ia.?Speculation on
the atook exchange opened dull with the
genoral market having a tendency to?
ward fractional changes and olosed with
but slight differences on the day's busi?
Closing stocKs were as follows:
Atohison, 21%; Adams Express, 151;
Baltimore and Ohio, 60%; Chesapeako
and Ohio, 19%; Chloago, Burlington and
Qulnoy, 05%; Chloago Gas. 70; C 0. C.
and St. Louis, 44%; Dol , Lackawanna
and Western, 107%; Distillers and Cat?
tle Feeders Co., 23%; Brie, 11%; Erie
preferred. 24; Great Northern pre?
ferred, 121; Lake Shore, 150%; Lead
Trust, 34; Louisville and Nashville,
01%; National Cordage, 8%; National
Cordage preferred, 16%; N. J. Central,
112%; Norfolk and Wostern preferred,
14; Northern Paolfio preferred, 18%;
Northwestern, 105%; Northwestern pre?
ferred, 147; N. Y. Central, 101%; N.Y.
and New England, 51; Paoiflo Mall,
30%; Pullman Palaoe, 171; Beading,
20%; Book Island, 77%; St. Paul, 70%;
St. Paul and Omaha, 43%; Southern
Pacific, 94%; Sugar Refinery, 108%;
Union Pacific, 15%; Western Union,
92%; General Elootrlo, 37%; Southern,
12%; Southern preferred,33 %; Tobacco,
01; Tobacco preferred, 105.
New York Money Bfarket.
New York, Oct. 12.?Money on call
nominally at 2 per cent., last loan 2
per cent, closed 2 per oent. Prime
mercantile paper 4%@6 per cent,
sterling exchange firm with actual
business in banners' bills at 4.87%@
4 87% for domand and 4 86%@4 86%
for sixty days; posted rates 4.87@4 87%
and 4.88(34.88%. Commercial bills,
4.86k- BarBilver 68%; Mexican dollars
54. State bonds Inactive. Railroad
bonds firm. Government bonds steady.
Chicago, Oot. 12.?The deadly visi?
ble supply got in its work again to-day.
December wheat lost %o owing to the
expectation of a big increase in Btooka
next week. May corn and oats closed
unchanged and provisions made slight
The leading futures ranged to-day as
Wheat, No. 2?Ootober, opening,
50%@59%, closing, 50% December;
opening, 60%<a)60%, closing, 60%,
May opening, 64%@G4%, closing, 64%@
Corn, No. 2?October, opening, 28%,
closing, 20; November, opening, 28%,
closing, 28%; Decomber, opening, 27%,
closing, 37%@27%; May, opening,
29%, closing, 28%.
Oats No. 2?October, opening, 17%,
closing, 17%@17%; December, opening,
17%. closing, 17%@17%; May, opening,
20%, dosing, 20%.
MeBB pork, per bbl.?October, open?
ing, -closing, 8.40; January, open?
ing, 9.42%, closing, 9 47%; May, open?
ing, 0.70, closing, 9.72%.
Lard, per 100 lbs.?Ootober, opening,
-, closing, 5.72%; January, open?
ing, 5.75; closing, 5.77%; May, opening,
-; closing, 5.92%.
Short ribs, per 100 lbs ?October,
opening, 4.97%, cloBlng, 5.10; Novem?
ber, opening,-closing, 4.80; Jan?
uary, opening, 4 80, closing, 4 82%.
Oash quotations were as follows:
Flour firm; winter patents, 3.00?
3.50; straights, 2 email@example.com; spring patents,
firstname.lastname@example.org; spring straights, 2.85(?3 00;
bakers, email@example.com; No. 2 spring wheat,
59X@60%;No 3 spring wheat, 58(a)00%;
No. 8 red, 59%@62%; No. 3 oorn,29%;
No. 3 yellow, 29%; No. 3 oats, 17%@
17%; No. 9 white, 20@2O%; No. 3 white,
1S%@19%; No. 2 rye, 39%; No. a barley,
nominal; No. 3, 23@40; No. 4, 25@39;
No. 1, fiaxseed, 95; prime timothy seed,
3.75; mess pork, per bbl., 8.37%@8 50;
lard per 100 lbs., firstname.lastname@example.org; short ribs
sides (loose) 5.10(3)5.15; dry salted
shoulders, (boxed) 5%@5%; short clear
sides, (boxed), 5%@6; whiskey, dis?
tillers' finished goodi, per gallon, 1.22;
Bugara, cutloaf, 5.5G; granulated, 4.87;
standard A, 4.74.
Cincinnati Produce market.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Oct. 12.?Flour
quiet; fancy, 3 15@3 25; family, 2 55(a)
2.75. Wheat easier; No. 2 red. (>7%@6S.
Receipts 5,500; shipments 2.5U0. Corn
steady; No 2 mixed 31%. Oata ousier;
No. 2 mixed 20(3)21. Rye quiet; No. 2,
45%. Lard, quiet, 5.G2%. Bulk moats,
steady, 5.37%. Bacon steady, 6.02%.
Whiskey firm; sales 536 barrels at 1 22.
Butter firm. Sugar active. Eggs steady,
14c. Cheese quiet.
Do You Speoulate?
"Guide to Successful Speculation"
mailed free. Wheat, Provision, Cotton
and Stock Speculation on limited mar?
gin thoroughly explained- Correspond?
ence solicited. Waubkn, FoitD tfc Co.,
Liberty Building, Now York.
If yon want the cheapest fuel inthe
city buy W. K. Andrews ds Co.'s semi
bitumlnous red ash coal. Utilce, 219
An ene:getic, pushing man to repre?
sent an Instalment house soiling house?
hold specialties in Roanoke and
vicinity. Highest commltBions paid;
Al references required. Address Gatei.v
<& Fitzgerald, 1025 Market street,
It. M. Button St Co.
Capt. D. C. Booth, agont of R. M.
Sutton & Co., of Baltimore, wholesale
dealers in dry goods and notions, whoso
sample rooms are in the Hotel Lee,
(corner Salem avenue and Commerce
streot) has just received and openod up
the largest and most complete lino of
dry goods and notion samples ever ex?
hibited in this city. Captain Booth will
bo pleased to sea the merchants of the
city and surrounding country at his
"While down in the Southwestern
part of the State some time ago," says
Mr. W. Chalmers, editor of the Cbico
(Cal.) Enterprise, "I had an attack of
dysentery. Having heard of Chamber?
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy I bought a bottle. A couple of
doaes of it completely cured mo. Now
i am a champion of that remedy for all
stomach and bowel complaints." For
sale by The Chas. Lylo Drug Company.
Did You Bver Think
That you cannot bo well unleBB you
havo pure, rich blood? If you are
weak, tired, languid and all run down,
it is because your blood is impoverished
and lacks vitality. These troubles may
be overcome bv Hood's Sarsaparllla bo
cause Hood's Sarsaparilla makes pure,
rich blood It is, in truth, the great
Hood's Pills cure liver ills, constipa?
tion, billiouBness, jaundice, sick bead
Many Mauds Make Light Werk
So docs Gold Dust Washing Powduk, and if you are
not in a position to employ "many hands" in your house?
work, you will be pleased and astonished to see how much
you can do with one pair of willing hands, by using
Try it. Sold everywhere in large packages. Price 25 cents.
Till! N. It. FAIUUANK COMPANY,
Chlcnco, Louis, Now York, KuhIoii,
Next door to PostoQlce, have a completo
stock ot floe
?CALL IN AND SEE OUlt SPECIAL?
No. II Jefferson Street,
You will Und material tor
UEST OF FISHING TACKLE
AT LITTLE COST.
Ask Nclms, the sporting goods man.
He brought In 63 "Speckled beauties"
BOSTON FLOOR POLISH.
Liquid Granite, (now and a beautiful
floor tlnieb). Spar Varnish for exposed
work. Berry Uros' Hard Oil for Fl no
Inside Work. liest Japau Dryer in
the city. Every caro Is used to assure
my customers the best ot Paints and
Varnishes at reasonable prices.
F.W.BROWN, The Hardware Man,
11 JEFFEKSON STREET.
?9~ Hole agents tor the sale ot Genuine Oliver
Plows and Reapers.
E. L. BELL, trfoheb EVANS BROS.
Don't lorget, wo havo moved to 22 Campbell
Ifs Brown's Iron Bitters you need.
the mother of your children?
you promised to love and cherish
her, but are you taking proper
care of her Health ?
She is probably not so strong
as you are, anyway ; and then
there are diseases peculiar to
women that often make her
weak and ailing. But
1 IT?WO 8
will make her well and strong.
It purifies and enriches the
blood and beautifies the com?
plexion. It permanently cures
Constipation, Neuralgia and
Headache, and drives Malaria
out of the system.
Frown's Iron Bitters is pleasant to take,
nml it will not stain the teeth nor cause
constipation. See the crossed red linen
on tho Wrapper. Our hook, " How to
Live a Hundred Years," tells all about it;
tree lor 2c. stamp. 6o
Bmws Chemical Co.. Baltimore-. Mb
Ramon's Liver PUIs & Tonic Pellets
nre a Perfect Treatment for Constipati '
and Biliousness. Bob" One pill a dose.
COMMISSIONER IN CHANCERY
For Hustings and Circuit Courts of
All matters committed to blm will be
promptly and thoroughly dispatched.
Office: Rooms 2 and 3, Masonic
OEL H. CUTCHIN,
Ofllcos? Rooms 1 and 2, 10X Camphol. 8treet,
Practices In the city ot Roanoke and adjoining
counties. Deeds and wills carefully prepared.
Titles examlnod. Acknowledgements and depo?
sitions taken. Collections promptly made and
remitted. Commercial business solicited. 5 14
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ARD A WAY & PAYNE,
Rooms Nob. 4 and 6 Kirk Building,
Room No. 14, Now Kirk Building, op?
posite Kenny's tea store,
SGriffin, Wm, A. Glasgow, Jb.,
? Bedford City, Va. Roanoke, Va.
GRIFFIN A GLASGOW,
Attorneys-at-law, rooms 611, 612 and
614 Torry building, Roanoke, Va. Prac?
tice in courts of Roanoke city and
county and adjoining counties.
JT. ai.t.kn watts. wm. gordon robebtbon
kdwaru w. bobebt80n.
atts, bobebtson a bobertson,
Room 601-2-4-, Terry Building.
Attorney-at-law and Commissioner
Lock box 110, Roanoke. Room 10,
Second Floor, Kirk Law Building.
william lunsfobd a. blair antrim.
LUNSFORD & ANTRIM,
Office?Masonic Temple, corner Jef
erson and Campboll streets.
T.WHITEUW SIMS, A.M..M. D.
Diseases of the Nervous System,
Nose and Thront, Catarrh.
Honrs?!? to 19 m.; S tort p. m.
Oonito-Urluary Surgery, Rectal and Veneria!
Honrs for Men?7:30 to 0 p. m.
Oftlce over Commercial National Bank, corner
Jefferson St. end Campbell Ave.
Dr.J. W Semonee
?SS> 133 Salem Ave.
Loan A TrussCe
DR. HENRY HUBERT HAAS,
PKOFBSSOll OF MUSIC:
PIANO, VOCAL, THEORY and HARMONY,
Gives private lesions at the pnplls' residences
or at f>19 Luck streut. Terms moderate. Address:
Ramon's Liver Pili removes the bile
The Tonic Pellet tones up the system.
Combined form a Perfect Treatment. 25c.
I WILL SKLL A.
(new) for verv little more than most dealer
charge tor Pianos having no reputation
Write tor catalogues add prices to
PUTNAM'S MUSIC STORE,
A vvoiKli-rful improveinent In Friction Feed* and
4; !,(? lim-Ii, Back motlonof Carriages t Inte? as fast
asanyother Inthooarket. Friction clutch Feed,
causing nil the feed gearing to stand ?Uli while buck,
be;: Kent Hitvintr lu power nud wear. Send
I cents In stamps for largo Catalogue and prices. Also
Sprliur Harrows, liny Hake?, Cultivator**
Corn Planters, ShcllerM, etc. Mention t/ii.t jxo>cr.
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