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34 SALEM AVENUE.
No.811, Calico. . $ .75
No. 800, Percale . . 1.00
No. 801, Percale . . 1.25
No. 803, Percale THmd |.39
No. 809, Percale THm* |,50
No. 818, Percale mm d 1.69
No. 880, Lawn Ruf i d 1.98
No. 874, Persian r?L* 2.50
Perfect Fit GuaranteeQ
OB NO SALE.
Any lengths-Money-Savers and Well Made.
No. 200, Figured Mohair, Interlined. $2.69
No. 370, Plain Mohair, Interlined. 3.98
No. 600, Figured Mohair, Interlined . . . 4.98
No. 321, Figured and Fancy Mohair, Interlined . 5.50
No. 700, New Shepherd Plaids, Interlined. . . 6.00
Fof Millinery, There's No Better Place Than Our's,
CHAS. ENOCH, Manager.
NOTICB OP MEETING.
VTOTICB-A MEETING OF TUB STOCE
J3| holders ot the liyde Park Land Company
will bo held on Friday, the 29nd ot May, at 13
o'clock m., at the office ot the Traders' Loan and
Trust Conipanv, By order ot
WM. F. BARER, F. BUGBR,
4 31 id. Secretary. President.
NOTICE-TUB BBVENTU ANNUAL MEBT
Ing ot the stockholders ot the Consolidated
Mining comuany will be held at Boanoke, Vir?
ginia, on Wednesdiy, May 6th, at 10 a. m , tor
the election ot a board ot directors to serve for
tho ensuing year, and tor the transaction ot euch
other business as may come before the meeting.
Tho transfer books of the company will be closed
as of April !0th, 1890, a.tl stockholders of record
as ot that date will be entitled to vote at this
meeting. CHARLES B. TUOKNB,
NOTICE?THB FOl RTEBNTU ANNUAL
meeting ot the stockholders of the South?
west Virginia Improvement Company will be
held at Koanoke, V Irglniu, on Wednesday, May
<ith, at 10:90 a. m., for the election ot a board of
dlroctors to serve for the ensuing year, and tor
the transaction of such other business as may
come before the meeting. The trauafer books ot
the company will be closed as ot April 30th, 1-'.?>,
and stockholders ot record asot thai date will be
entitled to vote at this meeting.
CHAKLBo S. TUORNE.
?XfOTICE-TUE FOURTH ANNUAL MEET
J3i ing of the stockholders of the Pocahontas
Light and Water Company will be held at Roa
noke. Virginia, on Wednesday, May bth. at 10:45
a. m., ior the election of a board ot directors to
serve tor the ensuing year, and for the transac?
tion ot such other business as may come before
the meeting. The transfer books ot the company
will be closed asot April 30th, U96, and stock?
holders ot record as ot that date will be entitled
to vote at this meeting.
CHARLES B. TUORNE,
417 M Secretary.
OTICE?TUE SEVENTH ANNUAL MEET
lng of the stockholders ot the Virginia De?
velopment Company will be held at Roanoke,
Virginia, on Wednesday, May 6.1896, at 11 a. m.,
for the election of a Board ot Directors to serve
for the ensuing year and for the transaction ot
euch othe r business as jnay come before the meet?
ing. The transfer books ot the company will be
cloned us ot April 30,180(1, and stockholders ot
record as ot that date will be entitled to vote at
this meeting. CHARLES S. TUORNE.
4 17td Secretary.
OTICB.-TUE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING
ot the stockholders of the Consolidated Coal,
Iron and Land Company will be held at Roanoke,
Va.,on Wednesday,May 6,at 11:80 a.m for the elec?
tion of n Board of Directors to serve for tho en
ening yeir and for the transaction of such other
business as may come before the meeting. The
transfer books of the Company will be closed as
of April 90, ISM, and stockholders ot record as ot
that date will be entitled to vote at this meeting.
CUAH..E8 S. TUORNE,
417 td Secretary.
rpUE SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING OF TUB
JL shareholders of the Virginia Land Company
will be held on Wednesday, the 6th day of
May, V WS, at 13 o'clock m , at the office of the
company. In the olty ot Roanoke, Virginia, for
the election of a board ot directors tor the en
enlng year, and for the transaction ot such other
basinets as may properly come hefore the meet?
J. M. WIHGMAN,
THE ANNUAL MBBTlNG OF THE 8TOCK
holdert of the Crewe Land ana. Improve?
ment Company will be held at tho office ol the
company, Roanoke. Va.. at"13:3* o'clock p. m.,
Wednesday, May 6,180?, for the election of a
board of directors for the ensuing year, and for
the transaction ot such other business as may
come before the meeting.
MALCOLM W. BRYAN,
UB ANNUAL MEETING OK TUB 8TOCK
bolderaofthe Suffolk Land and Improve?
ment Company will be held at the office ot the
eompany, Roanoke, J Vs., at 13:15 o'clock p.m.,
Wednesday, May 6, 1890, for the election of a
hoard of directors for the ensuing year, and for
the transaction of each other business as may
properly come before the meeting.
MALCOLM W. BRYAN.
THB ANNUAL MBBTINO OF THB STOCK
holders ot the Southwest Virginia Real Ba?
tate Investmen. Company will be held at the
liraddock House. Alexandria, Virginia, on May 3,
>*<?;, at 2:15 o'clock p. m.
GEORGE L. BSTABROOE, JR.,
417 td Secretary.
NOTICE! OF MEETING,
TUB ANNUAL MEETING OP THE STOOK
holdereof the Ivauhoo Land and Improve?
ment Company will be held at the office of the
company at Ivanhoe, Va., Wednesday, May 13,
131*6, at 1 p. m. All stockholders are requested to
be present In person or by proxy.
r I HA DDMONT,
5 5-1 w. Secretary.
rriBE SIXTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THB
X. shareholders of the Virginia Investment As?
sociation will be held on Wednesday, the 6th day
oLMay, 1896, at 1 o'clock p. m., at the office of the
company, in the city of Bosnoko, Virginia, for
the election ot a Board of Directors for the ensu?
ing year, and for the transaction ot euch other
business as may properly come before the meet?
ing. J. M. WIKOMAN,
4 H td Secretary.
rpUE ANNUAL MBBTINO OF THB 8TOCK
JL holders ot the Virginia Heal Estate Invest?
ment Company will no held at the Braddock
House, Alexandria, Virginia, on May 3, it?.*,, at
3:43 o'clock p. m.
OBOHOB L. E3TABHOOK. JR.,
4 17 td_secretary.
TUB ANNUAL MEBTINO OF THE STOCK
holders ot the Enterprise Building and In?
vestment Company will he held at 11 o'clock a.
in. on Friday, May 15, at the company's office.
No. 134 Franklin road. Hoanoke, Va.
J. R. COLL1NOWOOD.
4 15 td._t_Secretary.
"VT"OTICE. - NORFOLK AND WESTERN
Railroad Co.?The annual meeting of the
enareholders of the Norfolk and Western Kail
road Company will be held on Wedaesday, the
6th day of May, 1896, at 10 o'clock A. M , at the
office ot the company, In the city of Koanoke,
Va., when an election will be held for thirteen
directors for the ensuing year, and such other
business tranctcted as may properly come before
The transfer books will be closed from 3
o'clock P. M., April 18, l?!t6. until 9 o'clock A.
M , May 8,189?. A. J. UBMl'UILL, Secretary.
NOTICB.-NOTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the annual meeting of the shareholders
or the Koanoke Machine Works will be held at
the office ot the company In the city of Koanoke,
Virginia, on Wednesday, May nth, 1396, at 9
o'clock a. in., tor the election of seven directors
to serve for the ensuing year, and for the trans?
action of snch other business as may he brongbt
before the meeting. A. J. UBMl'UILL. Secre?
tary. 415 td
J "VTOTICB.-THE ANNUAL MEBTINO OF
I - ^ the shareholders of the Virginia Mineral
Railway Company will be hold on Wednesday,
May 6th, 1896, at was o'r'ock a. m. at the office ot
ot the company In the city of Koanoke, Virginia,
when an election will l>e held tor seven directors
for the ensuing year, and each other business
transacted as may properly come before the
meeting. A. J. UBMl'UILL, Secretary. 415td
OTICE.-THB ANNUAL MBBTINO OF
the shareholders of the Pocahontas Coal
Company will be held on Wednesday, May 6th,
1806, at 9:45 o'clook a. m., at the office ot the com?
pany. In the city of Koanoke, Virginia, when an
election will be held tor seven directors for the
ensnlng year, and snch other business transacted
as may properly come before the meeting. A. J.
HEM Pill Lb, Secretary. 415ta
"XTOTICE.-TUE ANNUAL MBBTINO OF
i>| the shareholders of the Virginia Company
will be held on Wednesday, May 6th, 1896, at 9:15
o'clock a. m., at the office of the company. In the
city of Koanoke, Virginia, when an election will
be held for seven directors for the ensnlng year,
and euoh other basinets transacted as may prop,
erly couie before the meeting. A. J. UBMi'll ILL.
Secretary. 4 15 td
Fliest Piles I Fliest
Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment
will cure Blind Bleeding, Ulcerated and
itching Plies. It absorbs the tumors,
allays the itching at once, acts as a
poultice, gives instant relief. Dr. Wil?
liams' Indian Pile Ointment is preparod
only for Piles and Itching of the pri?
vate parts, and nothing else. Every
box is guaranteed. Sold by druggists,
Bent by mail, for 50c. and 81 per box
Williaus M'f'o Co., Prop's., Cleveland
O. For sale ?t Fox's Drug Storo, Roan
oke, Va. _
Go to Donaldson's for Parlor and Bed
room Suites cheap.
The bast nickel cigar on the market
Spanish Twist?at Bonner's,
SAVE DOCTORS' FEES
With Munyon's Guide to Health
and a Munyon Family Medi?
cine Chest in the
House You Can
AVOID LONG SPELLS OF ILLNESS
The Mnnyon Remedies act instantly, giving
relic: af tor the first two or three doses and effect?
ing a rapid care even in the most obstinate
cases. There Is a separate Mnnyon Remedy tor
each dls<ase and each specific hns plain direc?
tions, eo there caa be no mistake, if yon are
alllog read Muuyon'e Onlde to Health; It will de?
scribe tout disease and tell yon how to care
yonrselt with a 95 cent Mnnyon Remedy. It yon
find that yon have rheumatism, take Munyon's
Rheumatism Care and your pains and achoe will
will be gone In a lew days. If you have stomach
trouble take Munyon's Dyspepsia Cure; for a
cold or cough, the Cold Cure or the Cough Cure,
and so od. No matter what the disease you can
be absolutely certain of a cure If yon tako the
remedy recommended in the "Guide." Whore
von are in donbt, a personal letter to Professor
Munycn, 1B05 Arch street, will be answered, with
free medical adrtce for any disease.
AT A 1.1 DRUGGISTS 25o A DOTTI.E.
Geo. W. Logan is In Atlanta on busi?
D. B. Strouse has gone to New York
A. H. Ayers is home again after sev?
eral days' absence.
Mrs. J. W. Harveycutter has been
confined by illness to her room sevoral
Evangelist J. W. Hvpes led the
prayer meeting at West End Ohapel last
Sergeant Frier 1b in Danville attend?
ing the session of the Grand Lodde
Knights of PythiaB.
Wirt Dunlap, of BlackBburg, spent
several hours in Salem yesterday, tho
guest of Mayor Younger.
Miss Louise, the oldest daughter ot
George W. Logan, was Bllghlly bitten
by J. G. Wertz's dog Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Graybill, of
Botetourt county, are visiting their
daughter, Mrs. B. W. Logan, two miles
west of Salem.
A game of baseball will be played to?
day between the Boanoke College team
and the Union Star club from Boanoke,
on the oollege grounds.
J. T. Penn has resigned Mb position
with S. M. Martin tobeoome a traveling
merchant again- Loyd Marcus takes
his place behind the counter.
Clarence B. Strouse was on the street
yesterday, but is still very delicate.
His many friends are very anxious
about his physical condition.
Joseph Strickier has treated with bis
anti-borer liquid preparation the fruit
trees of James Chalmers, John H.
Palmer and others, of Salem, and F. W.
Brown, of Boanoke. It seems to ba a
good thing, and gives the trees a thrifty,
Dr. J. K. McWhorter and family left
yesterday morning for Retreat, South
Carolina, the homo of his mother- They
are traveling in a oarriage and ezpeot
to be on the road about two weeks. The
doctor's frlendtt in Salem wish him much
success anc*bappineas wherever his lot
may be castr ?f
Three fast young men of the town
made night hideous to some persons
Monday night. If young' men bo far
forget themselves as to brutalize their
manhood with atrontr drink, they ought
to have the instlnotive prudence to go
off and hide until they sober up. When
a man loses his sense of shame he
ought to become alarmed at his condi?
Bev. Thomas J. Shlpman, of Atlanta,
Ba., has been called to tho pastorate of
the First Baptist, Church of Boxnoke,
vice Dr. F. B. Pollard, resigned. Mr.
Shlpman it a former Salemlte, being
the son of Bev. W. J. Shlpman, who
was the first regular pastor of the
Baptist denomination here, the nice
church here being built during his
mlniatry. "Tommle's" old friends in
Salem will bs glad to have him oome to
Dr. Oscar Wiley invited a few of bis
friends to a birthday dinner at Hotel
Duval yesterday In honor of bis sixty
sixth anniversary. The following were
present: Dr. 8. 0. Wells, 'Squire Jas
W. Logan, Col. B. H. Logan, Dr. J. P
Killian, Major W. W. Ballard, F. G.
Webber and Ool. James Byers. An
elegant repast was aerved by the boat
of the Duval, and Ita enjoyment was
greatly enhanced and enlivened by the
sparkling wit of those present, notably
that of Dr. Wells, whose supply seems
inexhaustible. The good doctor says
that hla exchequer was the only bar to
the presence of scores of others who
have a warm plaoe in his large heart
His many friends wish him a score more
of such happy returns.
ItucKlen'e Avnlea Salve.
Thk Best Salve in the world for Cuts
Bruises, Sores, Uloers, Salt Rheum
Fever Sorea, Tetter, Chapped Hands
Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erup
lions, and positively cures Piles, or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded
Price 25 cents p?r box. For sale by
Paul Hassle, 109 Jfcffernon street.
For every quarter in a roan's pecket
there are a d .-.;-n uses, and to use eaoh
one In nuou a way as to derive the great
est benefit is a question every one mut
aolve for himself. We believe, however
that no better use could bo made of one
of these quarters than to exchange
for a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrb<e v Remedy, a medl
cine that every fatally should be oro
vlded with. For sale by the Chas. Lyl
For the best work?the Swiss Steam
Laundry, 383 Salem avenue west. 'Phone
You get plenty to eat at Bonner's.
READY AT REPARTEE
LORD CHIEF JUSTICE RUSSELL TO
VISIT OUR SHORES.
Ho la Said to Ho One of the Wittiest Men
In England?Will Be the Guest of the
American Bar Association While In This
So the American Bar association is to
entertain the lord chief justice of Eng?
land. It is to bo hopod that ho will not
wear his wig. If ho does, it will rain
icicles in Saratoga. If ho doesn't, the
American Bar association will vote him
a jolly good fellow.
Ho is an Irishman too. Tho groat pop?
ular luwyers in London ore Irishmen.
They possess tho ready wit to compel at?
tention and too necessary gift of "gab,"
love of politics and the urbanity to win
friends and influence.
Lord Russell of Killowoen was one of
tho greatest trial lawyers in England
Ho played a star part in the Gordon
Camming buccarat scandal and in tho
Paniell case. Then politics landed him
in tho chief justice's chair. Becauso ho
is chief justioo it must not bo taken for
granted that ho is the greatest lawyer in
England Ho is not He was more of a
criminal lawyer than a lawyer of tho
typo of Mr. Choate, Mr. Root or Mr.
Condert. Ho got some of his greatest
glory out of cases which in America
would have gono by common consent to
An unknown lawyer with a great
office practice, such as Mr. Puller or
his predecessor, Mr. Woite, could never
become chief justice of England Mr.
Russell worked hard for tho Liberal
party, and the Liberal party rewarded
His lordship is moro of tho typo of
great lawyers whom we knew in Amer?
ica in Webster's time than tho leaders
at the bar we know now. Ho is a fine
orator. The lawyers will enjoy hearing
him speak at Saratoga.
Ho has a touch of the Irish brogue,
which, when combined with a genius
for "blarney," is delightful and irre?
sistible. He, Sir Richard Webster, his
old 'antagonist and now attorney gen?
eral, and Mr. Balfonr are said to be the
three readiest men at repartee in Eng?
Many thought that-his love of repar?
tee, his oombativo naturo and his iui
patieneo would prevent him from real?
izing anything like a judicial ideal. But
your Irish lawyer, with his "blarney"
and his brogue, is nothing if not versa?
tile. So I?ord Russell dLsapp>intod his
enemies again by ultra patience and
calmness on the l>enc]i. Lord Russell is
a Cambridge man. His memory and his
stock of knowledge are something pro?
digious. He is tall and lino looking.
Sir Frank Lockwood, who will ac?
company him, is oven taller, with moro
flesh to his account, and with round,
ruddy checks, and he always wears a
wig four sizes too small for him. He
may bo Lord Russell's successor on tho
cliief bench. Ho is as yet a young man,
wears a "bart," a "Q. C," on his
mime, and is also an M. P., by tho way
?though he is rarely in tho commons?
as most of the foremost lawyers are.
If he had not turned his attention to
tho law, ho might have becomo n Jer?
ome K. Jerome. As it is, ho is one of
tho best after dinner speakers in Lon?
don. Tho lawyers at Saratoga ought to
get him, Mr. Choate and Mr. Depew
into a story telling match?New York
A BOTTOMLESS LAKE.
It la In Kentucky?A Quaint liegend
A rcrnarkablo lako has been discov?
ered in Marshall county, near Beaton,
JS.J. It is known to very few even in
[the county, but a person who explored
it vouches for the following facts: The
lake is about 50 yards in width and 150
yards in length. The remarkable part
of it is that this sheet of water, which
is said to be bottomless, rests on tho
brow of an elevation 150 feet high. Tho
water is exceedingly clear, and rain
and drought havo no effect upon the
stago of water.
It is evidently not supplied by springs,
for it freezes in winter. All manner of
fish abound in its clear depths. There
is a legend to tho effect that tho Indiana
sought the brow of this stoop mount to
dig a place bo deep that the paleface
could never find their treasures, and
finally tho mighty interior of the
mount filled with water. Another
theory is that in the remote past a vol?
canic eruption or an earthquake caused
the phenomenon. ?Cincinnati Enquirer.
A BLIND WONDER.
Never Made a Figure In Her Life, Yet
Does Problems With Fase.
A mathematical wonder is Mary Ellen
Rogrere, the blind daughter of Henry
Rogers, with whom sho resides at 37
Winnie street, Lexington, Ky. This
woman has been blind for 24 years and
never mado it flguro in her life, yet she
can tell accurately tho number of days,
hours, minutes and seconds in a year
and give the day of the week on which
any person is born if sho is supplied
with the date
Sho does this with lightningliko j
rapidity. Sho has been visited by a
number of professors, who have plied
her with intricate mathematical prob?
lems, only to be answered quickly and
correctly. Sho says that Jesus Christ
was born on Monday.?Cincinnati En?
One Good Point.
England's campaign planned to tako
the Sudan, if successful, will result in
the emancipation of at least 500,000
slaves. Under the circumstances Ameri?
can sympathy will bo on tho side of tho
British.?St Louis Globo-Deniocrat.
A Taste of Female Suffrage.
Senator Tillman was kissed publicly
by a woman in Denver and appeared to
enjoy his taito of female suffrage.?Chi-.
I cago Tribune.
as well as the cooking of daintier
demands the shortening that pro- ^
duces the lightest, best tasting and
most wholesome food at the lowest
is the purest, most healthful and
economical shortening ever
known. Get the genuine, j
Trade-marks?"Cotlolene" and i
steer*s head in cotton-plant I
wreath?on every tin.
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
L Laote, CUM?*, K?w Ork-,?., BaHtmr*. I
cafcr FURNITURE .
CHINA TKA SKTH,
Sti'iim Cookers for
TIN TOILET SETS,
Oil uiid Oasollne Stove?.
Prices Are Low and Terms Easy.
CINCINNATI INSTALMENT CO.
Corner Salem Ave. and Commerce St.
Less Than a Cent a Word!
No advertisement received leea than 18
cenia for the Brat Insertion and lO cents
for subsequent Insertions. Seven word!
Ooe Insertion. . ? cents per line
Subsequent lusertlons... 3 cents par line
One week. SO cents per Hue
Two weeks. 3ti cents per Hue
One month. OO cents per line
APKBVENTIVB FOK FLIB9 AND MOS
qnltos, Catognt's screen doors. 08 tf.
OST.-SMALL BUCK8KIN I'URSB CON
talnlng receipts, a lire dollar note and some
small change. The finder will be rowarded by
leaving time at Tihks office.
AUCTION 8ALB OF A GOLD WATCH?ON
Monday, May 11, at 10 o'clock a.m.. In front
or my hardware store. No. 11 South Jefferson
street, I will offer tor sale to tno highest bidder,
for cash, one donblo case, stem winding Gold
Watch, left with me as collateral by J Kyle Hin
oboe to securo a debt. P. W. BKOWN.
5 3 10t
WANTED?A LIST OF YOUIl PBOPKKTY
for rent and for sale. Have customers for
several small honses on easy term*. TUB
PBDIOO-UELLEK KBAL ESTATE COMPANY.
WANTBD?TWO Ott tm KHK SALESMEN
for good territory, to handle oar line of
household goods. Good opportunity for en*
ergolic canvassers. Apply Standard Installment
Company, 84 Campbell avenue s.w., Roanoke.Vs.
Drip Coffee Pots.
Havo you seen our line of
"Marion Harland" Drip Coffee Pet?
We will b* pleased to show
ENGLEBY & BROTHER CO,,
No. 17 Salem Avenue.
They Are In It.
Chickens, chickens, chickens.
Canned goods, canned got ds.
Oreamory butter, creamery butter.
Fresh eggs, fresh egg's.
Best coffee, best ceff e.
Fine tea, fine tea.
Splendid Hour, aplnn ? ' fPur.
Fresh vegetables, fri . ?????.:.? bVn.
W.W Payne & Co .
'Phone 185. Cor. Centre and Park.
Mb. D. P. Davis, a prominent livery?
man and merohant, of Goshen, Vs., has
this to say on the subject of rheuma?
tism: 1 I take pleasure in recommend-,
log Chamberlain's Pain Balm for rheu?
matism, as I know from personal ex?
perience that it will do all that is
claimed for it. A year ago this spring
my brother was laid up In bed with in?
flammatory rheumatism and suffered
Intensely. The first application of
Chamberlain's Palm Balm eased the
pain and the use of one bottl* com?
pletely cured him." For sale by the
Chas. Lyle Drug Company.
No hkmkuy Is as effectual In eradi?
cating and ourlng Catarrh as Botanic
Blood Balm, (B. B. B ) It purlflos and
enriches the blood, eliminates microbes,
bacteria, eta., and builds up the system
from the first dose. Thousands of oases
of oatarrh have been cured by its maglo
power. For all blood and akin diseases,
it has no equal. Boy the old reliable
and long tested remedy, and don't throw
your money away on Substitutes palmed
off as "just as good." Buy tbe old re
liable Uotanlo Blood Balm. Price 91 00
I per large bottle. See advertisement
in this paper.
For sale by Druggists,
Pocket kodaks at Boanoke Cycle
Oo to Donaldson's for Wall paper; a
(.11 line of new goods.
No lady's boudoir Is complote with?
out a bottle of Colgate's excellent per?
fumes. The best made for handkerohiet
use. Look at our grand assortment.
We lead In this line. Erb, the drug
Send your collars to be done on the
new machine that prevents cracking.
Badfobd Steam Lacndbt.
Announcements under this head will pay
the following rates: For Council, ?8; for all
other offices, $6?Invariably In advance.
AT TUB SOLICITATION OF MANY
friends I hereby annonnce myielf at a can?
didate tor tho office of mayor. If elected It
will be my aim to dlschargo tho duties of the
office to the best Interests or the city, as I have
endeavored to do during tho past flvo years as a
member ot the City Conncll. I respectfully
solicit the votes and lntluence ot my fellow cltl
ccns. K. McCLELLAND.
CI.F.KK OF TUB COUBT8.
IAM A CANDIDATB FOR RB-BLB0T1ON TO
the office ot Clerk ot the Hustings Court for
this city and respectfully solicit the votes of my
fellow citizens. 8. S. BROOKE.
T AM A CANDIDATB FOR CITY COUNCIL
1 In the Second ward, und respectfully so?
licit tho support of all the voters ot said ward.
m. .1. coli: van.
IHEREBY ANNOCNCK MYSELF A CAN
dtdate tor re-election to the Contcll from the
Fourth ward, and rospcctfully solicit tho
support of the voters. B. O. MAYS.
IHBRBBY ANNOCNCK MYSELF AS A
candidate for re-eleutlou to the City Council
trom the Hecond ward. My record of nine
years as a member of Council is before
the cltlzena of the Second ward, and If
elected I shall endeavor to dlscharqs the
duties of the office with the same regard for
the city's Interest. H. A. BUCKNBR.
CITY S Eli (i BANT.
T. R. TILLETT
Solicits the Support of Every Voter in Roanoke.
FOB HIT V TBKABUBEB.
? Most respectfully asks your
support for re-election to the office of City Treas?
AM a CAN DID ATX FOR
And It?-M>?-r?fully solicit your support in
cite coming election.
FOR CITY CONSTABLE.
? VOTE FOR -
W. W. RULE.
THE i'EOl'^E'S CANDIDATE FOR CON?
I earnestly solicit the votes of my fellow citi?
zens, and if el.'cied, I will faithfully nee my very
best endeavor* to fill the office acceptably, to the
satlstoctloii of the whole people. ^^^^
Y AM A CANDIDATB FOR TUB OFFICE OF
And solicit the Influence and votes of the citizens
ot Roanoke. W. P. CAMP.
COTTAGE POULTRY YARDS.
Established Eight Years.
Black T.angeh?uft, ?1 for 13 Eggs.
Special Pen, extra heavy weights,
B. P. Tom Thumb Bantams, $1
for 6 Eggs. Kara and beautiful.
The giants and pigmies can live
in the same yard.
M. A. OLXKY,
4 4-10-tf Ooleinan'e Falls, Va. &
THIS well-known hotel, furnished
throughout, lighted by electricity,
with call bells, etc; for sale or rent
upon reasonable terms. Also several
hundred acres of fertile land contiguous
to hotel, for sale or lease. Apply to
W. L. STANLEY.
Or address Parke L. Poindexter,
Secretary, Norfolk, Va. 4 26 lm
8be the famous "Cleveland" clincher
tire at Roanoke Cycle Co.'a. The only
perfect clincher tire made.