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H?AM?XE STREET RAILWAY
IN KFBiSUT OCTOBER ?1, 1886.
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8. V^. JAMISON,
Pimples, blotchcK, blnckhcada, red, rough, oily,
mothy skin, Itching, scaly scalp, dry, thin, und
failing bnlr, nnd baby blemishes prevented by
ClTlcuitA Soap, tlio most effective, skin purify,
lngnnd beautifying eoap In the world,us well as
purest and sweetest for toilat, bath, and nursery.
Is told throughout the world. PorTKR D. akd C. Corp.,
Sole Props., Boston. OUT?llow to Ilcaullfy the 3ktn,"frcs
BLOOD HUMORS JSSO^?&ASk
New Home Sewing Mile
That Cannot be put in Good
Order at the New Home
Office, 309 Henrv
ROAN OK E, VA.,
Where will be found the line DUGP
CABINET admired by bo many
people for beauty and convenience;
also a variety of th? different
machines made by this company,
which, if examined by those who
wish to buy, side by 6ide with
other makes of machines, enn
readily see they deserve nil the
prei?e they huvo merited in finish,
durability, light-running nud per?
fect, wo k.
W. H. STRICKLER,
JOU HENItV STREET, KOANOKK. VA
POND'S EXTRACT is unequaled for quickly
healing all kinds of WOUNDS, BRUISES, LAMENESS or
Hub thoroughly trlth FONr>>8 EXTRACT after
every riila to keep ihn mitseien aupple, pllattt, slrony.
Try rOXD'S EXTRACT OIXT3IEXT for FILES.
AVOID SUBSTITUTES ? Weak, Watery, Worthless.
POND'S EXTRACT CO., 76 Fifth Ave.. New York.
A T. T. FianonuNE.
9 JS. "sv. TLosley, Teller.
j. u. Amsbbwi,
N. \V. Phftlpa, Bookkocner.
W. P. McWhorter, Bookkeeper.
j. B. FlBilBUIlNB, 0
Kirby Crahlll, Banner.
NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK
OF" ROANOKE, VA.
?Txchango Building, Corner Julloison St. und Salem Ave.
CAPITAL, $ I 00,000. SURPLUS, $20 000.
LiB...i n k\A Deposit? on Certificate. Safety Deposit Box** for Kent. Fire und
tlUGlCSI I alU Unr^lar Proof Vaults, etc. Wc soll:lt the accounts of Individuals,
n,w.? ? corporations, llrnic. hink? und bankers, and we will extend to all
every accommodation and facility for the transaction of business coiirtstent with conserva?
tive nankins. Small uccuunla appreciated. DasUleM paper oleconnted for customers. A ^
general banking husliitss transited. *?
Vital Force, Time and Money Economized.
Life, Vigor, Health, Wealth and Happiness
Nature Provides More for Life Than Death.
$g?sr* If there is no local agent for the Oxydouor "Victory"
ia your neighborhood, send your order direct 10 J. M. Gam
b ll & Co.. Roanoke, Va.
Price: S/5 for the No. 1 Improved, and $23
for the No. 2 Improved.
POSITIVELY ALWAYS CASH.
Seud for Book of Testimonials.
CT. G-^.l^IBIlL.L &c CO.,
Wholesale State Ascents. ROANOKE, VA
<W~.l. A. Bfamhtach having a?1 on! ler iSlrt expsrlonce In up ,iyine th? Oxydnnor and v.t.v
in-co-fful oa ?luiOK'ad cla-mc-of (I -run :??, ?>'>th ol l hii I \ouu? and hoi oil city apeni tor IhO
< ixydonor "Victory" will deliver ssur t> miv home and ?Ive tiisir.irtlons now ?o lire It. AUn
hiving Oxyd jnors on hand he wli' runt, th?in to pmles nv the week ?n 1 ?'ve h'< pernonul at?
tention no ui to set bMt resu'l*. No. ?1 Pirat Atj. N. V7. is wueieyou aHI Had Air. Urom?iuah.
Exhibitions Observed at a Rail?
SCHOOLGIRLS' FC?il) FAREWELLS.
To Them Parting I? Sucli Sweet Sorrow
That They Keep It L'p Till tho Train
Starts?The Neglected Wife and tho Kf
"Goodby, dear! You will surely writo
tomorrow, won't you?"
"Yes, of course I will, und you will
come out on Tuesday?"
Tho two young girls kissed enoh other as
effusively us though they did not expect to
fco each other again for months, and yet
wero milking tin engagement for only three
days Inter. The gourd at the gate smiled,
for the schoolgirls who puss through the
stoton are many, and he is accustomed to
their affectionate farewells.
"Tell Hnttio what a good time wo hlivo
had," said tho brown haired girl, who
wore n bunch bf violets. She emphasized
the verb with a kiss planted on the red lip*
of the pretty girl who lingered near the
goto. The caress was quickly returned,
and the question came from tho rosy month
nt the same time:
"When you conic out, you will bring
George, won't yotiS""
"Yes, of course.''
"That is so sweet of yon," and again the
rosebud lips came together.
"You'd Letter hurry up," said the gate?
Then the girls made a wild dash lit each
other. Their lips were pressed together as
though the coming meeting Tuesday was
centuries hence, and then the pretty blue
eyed girl ran down the platform and was
hurriedly helped upon the moving train.
As it slowly pulled away the girls waved
their hands and tosseil hisses to each other
until the curve was mado and the train
out of sight.
"That's the way it is till tho time," said
tho uniformed gatekeeper. " Kissing, kiss?
ing. I gi t so tired of it. Now, those girls
see each other every few days, ami yet they
smack each other as though they were part?
ing forever. It' any one ever got sick to
death of seeing hugging find kissing going
on. it's an employee about a railway sta?
tion. Why, if I had a girl, I wouldn't ever
kiss her; I wouldn't in public ill hast."
1 'crimps ho had reason for being disgust -
ed and, then, perhaps ho was a little envi?
ous. Anyway he seemed to bean llllbit
tered guard, and perhaps he was so with
reason, for all about him were people who
wero taking fond leavings of each other.
The mother ami daughter wen- there,
and it seemed as though they never could
bring themselves to pnrt.
Over near the baggago window stood a
well dressed man and his wife. Tho wom?
an had a tired, worn expression, as though
wenry with tho exertion of getting ready
for the journey she was about to under?
take. Near her upon the ground wero
two or three satchels and handbags, and
the man looked toward them anxiously
and then at the clock, as though he had
an engagement to keep as soon as she was
ntlfcly on her way. When he had given
her a long white tickot, a brass check and
BOniO money, he took up the satchels and
moved quickly toward the gateway, it
was fully l? minutes before the hour for
the departure of the train, yet ho did not
wait aft< r he had (touted her in one of the
Alter lie had settled the baggage on the
floor he leaned toward his wife, gave her a
peek upon the Hps, swallowed us though
taking a pill and I lien went out of the car.
She looked wistfully after him. but he did
not, glance I tick, for be was already late for
his appointnii nt and almost ran down tho
In the seetion across from the neglected
wife sat a young man and woman, who
wero unconscious of everyone in the train.
They Silt and gazed into each other's eyes
ami held the hands of each other tightly.
Every few minutes he would lean forward
and kiss her lovingly and tenderly. A
Email boy in the section in front of them
stood on the suit and looked In wonder?
ment at their unconscious demonstrations.
But they did notkknow that nnyoneel.se
was in the car. Tho girl was not at all
abashed nt the affectionate farewell of tho
young man, and followed him to the car
door nntj kissed him warmly several times,
never apparent ly seeing the conductor, who
stood with his hand upon the rail ready to
jump aboard, nor did sin1 see the grinning
porter, lint even this farewell did not sat?
isfy the young couple, for the girl ran back
to her seal, opened the window, and. bend?
ing far out, her lips were kissed by her
sweetheart as tin? train began to slowly
It. isn't often that men are seen to caress
each ot her in an A mcrlcnn depot, but t his Is
sometimes witnessed by the st.it ion otlicials
when a trftinload of foreigners comes In.
Manslaughter by ? l>i>g.
A Parisian Is on trial for manslaughter
because his dog bit n pedestrian, causing
the hitter's death from hydrophobia.
Jilcr; ?"?vested for drunkenness In Mexico
?ro made to clean the streets.
In the PATHWAY
of the Expectant
Mother dangers lurk,
and should bo avoided.
so prepares the system ,
for the change taking 1/
place that tiie final'
hour is robbed of oil'
Danger. Its use insures safety to the
life of botli mother and child, and makes
child-birth easy and recovery more rapid.
'"Mother's friend' is the greatest
remedy ever put on the market, and all
our customers praise it highly."
YY. H. KING & CO., Whitewright, Tex.
Sont by Mull on receipt of prico. SI PER BOTTtE.
Book **To Expectant Mothers" mailed free
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.
bold bt all druggists.
Come and See
5-room cottage with basement, 1 square
Terry l'.lde., eouiclhli g nice for shop man. f 1,150;
t> room house. ?. w., $!KX); nice Bbadc and very
cheap at price offered.
Wood ti-room dwelling. First nve., n. w , $750;
your terms and a great bargain.
I! room house near Machine Workr, $8.*0; cash
$50 aud $S monthl).
A firs'c'.ee houso and let, for a railroad man,
near roundnouso, $sou; cut h, $75 and f 12 monthly.
s-room dwelling, Hornr avc., with all conve?
niences, $ l,*iO.!; terms to suit.
Ii-room honse nn Tazewell St., s. c., $1,1 CO; caah
ino, balance $10; will bear inspection.
R-rootn house nenr Bclmont Church, $S50; cash
$"> J and $10 monthly.
7 room ho-.ae. Centre av?.. n. w., somothlng
nice tor $1,150; easy payments.
4 room cottage with stable, lot BOxtiP, $500;
cash f i .1', $1U mom hi j: you can't heat this.
We want yonr farms for sale.
Wo want a purchaser for a bargain In Bcl?
We want 3 cheap small pieces of property for
shop in u.
We wmt anything yon may have to sell or
rent. Special attention given to renting piop
erty. Bost rtftrenco lurnisbed.
PACE & B0BBITT,
Heal Kstate and Kcntal Agents,
%o. lO JcltCTHOIl SdTCl.
TrraclH-rous Capo Cod.
Nobody knows how many vessels have
neon wrecked on Capo Cod since the
bleak December day when the Mayflower
rounded Ran; point and sought Bheltcr
in what is now tho harbor of Province
town. Tlie number is very great, how?
ever, and tin loss of lifo on this most
dangerous part of the whole New Eng?
land eoast has been something appalling.
A list, admit led to bo incomplete, ol
tho wrecks since jS7I5 shows that l?*
vessels, including three steamers, have
gone to pieces ou tho pitiless sands of
the capo, and, had not tho waves always
hastened to rcmovo tho evidences of
their work, the shore all the way from
Chatham, at the elbow of Massachu?
setts' elbow, to the crook of her bent
hand would ho piled high with the ribs
and planking of shattered vessels. A
large proportion of the. cape's victims
are coasting schooners, with only an oc?
casional bar!: or brig. These disasters,
therefore, rarely attract much attention,
but they uro tragical none the less, and
almost every Murin adds to the numbei
of dreadful stories which the lighthouse
keepers and members of the life saving
scrvicehavc to toll.?New York Times.
A ll< Octlvc'rt Mist like.
James II.-;Minn is a new detective on the
New York force. Anxious to win laurels,
Hannon spotted .Tamos McKay, and, for
some inexplicable reason, made up bis
mind he was a policy (lend. McKay is n
member of a Congregational church and
sings in the choir.
Hannon saw McKay talking with some
men on tho street and handling some slips
of paper covered with figures, lie prompt?
ly arrested him for trying to sell policy
slips. In court McKay explained that it
was one i>f bis dulies to select the hymns
to i>e sung in church on Sundays. He
marked the numbers of tho hymns down
on a slip "i puper, designating which were
to he suiii; in the morning and in the even?
ing. He wrote the words "morning" ami
'(?veiling" on top of tho numbers. This
ivas what Hannon thought was a policy
McKay was discharged, and tho detect
,vo was roundly reprimanded.
Arcturus is not less than TO ami is
probably more, than ICH) light years dis?
tant from us. This star certainly sur?
passes the sun in volume many thousand
The British government Still employs
foreign mercenaries in its army. Tho
tfurkhus, fluo soldiers of Nepal, nfe em?
ployed in British India.
if you get a package like
this. It contains the genuine
It cleans everything and
cleans it quickly and cheaply.
Largest package?greatest economy.'
THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
Chicago, St. Louis, New York, Boston, Philadelphia.
Spring Bargains I
5-room cottage oo Sixth avenue s. \v.,
something nice and dirt cheap, $UU0, $10u
cash, balance, $11 monthly with Interest.
We have several customers for houses
in the Northwest section. List with us:
""A nice ?'? room house, Southeast section,
in elegant condition, good size lot, near
shons. Price $11,100, '?100 cash, balance
if 12.50 pt r month.
""Property Northeast. We can sell three
or four "nouses in this section at once.
Two 5 room houses ami two acres of
land in the heart, of Vlntotl, both for$l,
000, only $100 cash, balance $10 per
month. How Is tins for a bargain?
House and lot on Third avenue, near
Jefferson street n. e.! Price, $2,500, one
third cash, balance one, two and three
Houses on easy payments, suitable for
shop men, .Southeast. Can make three
or four quick sales In this section. Don't
lull to list with us.
? FOR SALE.
7 room house on Seventh avenue s. w.,
full size lot, $1.050, (100 cash, balance
$12.50 per mouth. See this, it is a bar?
~ A list of farms. We have a customer
for a large dairy farm: also several small
tracts close to the city. If you have a
farm you want to sell, we can do it for
you quicklv. ->
A nice 7-room house on Seventh avenue
s. w., all conveniences, lot of nice fruit
on tlie lot. This Ik something nice. Price
$2,000, $500 cash, balance very easy.
Don't fail to see this.
One of the largest and best brick resi?
dences on Church street, big lot. nice
shade and all conveniences. Price $7,5( 0.
and this is dirt cheap, too.
This is jnly a partial list, of the many
bargains on our hooks. We have farms,
vaneant tots and houses (or sale in all sec?
We pay especial attention to the rent?
ing of property. If you want your houses
well looketl after them prompt pay?
ing tenants, list with us. Rest. of
references furnished. Write us what you
PBfligo-Beiler Real Estate Co.,
IG? JKFFBUSON BTHKBT.
Business lot on Campbell street, east of
Ponce de Leon llotsl, $1,500.
Business lot on Salem nrenue, 5!) leet
One lot on ("enter avenue, in rear of
West End roundhouse, 30x180 leet, $150.
Lewis additioni lot, 50x180 feet, $225.
Beautiful 12 room dwelling on JelTer
son street; one of the most attractive
dwellings in Koanoke, actually cost to
build the hou>c $0,000. The. property has
been sold for the mortgage and wo arc
allowed to oder it at $;i,?00; $500 cash,
balance. $25 per month.
(Jood 6-room house for business man,
$800; $50 cash, balance $11) per month.
Dwellings in all parts of the city of all
sizes and at any price you want.
Farm, K) acres, fine land, on car line
to Sat em, $050 cash.
70 acres 5 1 miles from Roanokc and
2 miles from Hol Uns, $2,5u0.
00 acres, well improved, -li-'J miles
from Koanoke: line orchard, $:J,000.
Fine farm of 04 acres 5 miles from
Roanoke; line brick dwelling, $;!,750.
We have the best farms at the least
money that we have ever offered in this
county. Write for list.
J. F. WIELD,
Ground Floor, Terry Building.
No. S25 Rorcr a renne a. w? per month? 8S.O0
No. 3tlii Washington avenue 8. w., par
mouth. f 11.23
No 125 Shonnudoah btciuio n. w., i cr
Three honst? OD Oxford avenno, Norwl' h,
per n.onth, < scb. f 'i F.n
No. ::i I) Campbell avenue e. c., pir month, $8.00
No. 103 IloliiUv street s. o., | cr mouth.... M 0
No 11? Hnllduy slreat 8. e., par month_ T-S.ini
Nc. I' AH lloilti- y ?trett b. e., per month . $4.1 o
No. Itli^j Holiday street s. e., per month.. $4.0.)
Nino rooms over Davla' hotel, Ualnetnuro
ttTenuc, per moi.lh. $10.00
Store room, 711 ltoacoke street s. w., por .
month. $7 CO
Store room, cimor Kallrond hver.no aud
Randolph street, per month. $5.CO
Htcra r"om. No. 20 Salem kvcntio s. o., per
Store r um 124 Shennndoah avenue n. w.,
per mouth. $5X0
Wagon lo'.. No :H,Church uvenuo e. w.
per month. $20.00
l ive off! r. rooms, in ilooicaw building,
per mouth, each. i<< " I
Two bedroom! In Mcomaw building, per
month, cacn. $3 00
&ff~ Also property in a'l port'ons of the city
for sale on easy terms. Call on
J. W. BOS WEM,
Kcal Estate and Rental Agent WS JclTerson St.
7-rootn house in good condition, CO font
lot, large stable, in Lewis addition,
$1,450; one: fourth cash, lialame otic, two
and three years..
(i iooiu cottage with modern conven?
ience u, good lot witli stuhle on it.; now
renting for ?14 per month: price, $1,200.
8 room bouse with nil modern conven
b-nces, Lewis addition, price, $1,000.
Til mi to suit.
Woll located building let, Lewis addi?
tion, price $250; an excellent bargain.
S room residence, with bath, etc.,
4-room cottage, Rorer avenue, $5 per ?
I)-room dwelling with all modern con?
Large lot with stable, Day avenue.near
Suit of five rooms, Salem avenue.
T. E B.Hartsook&Co ,
B room house In Northwest, nice location, cor?
ner lot, $l,v5C; $50 cash and $12.50 per month.
This is u bargain lor a ,'allroad man.
6-roorn boueo In good location, f s 0; $8 cash
and ii per month, a bargalu for a shop mat.
Iieaiitllul 5-room hnose on Kighth avenue a. e.
close In, large lot with shade, $1,2:0; $50 cash
and $12 per month.
ri-room dwelling two blocks from Market
Square, $850; payments very easy.
A good ti room brick dwelling, large lot, In
Sonthwca* Itoaiiobc, with plenty ot ehatlc, $l,t.UO
cash. Is weil worth $1,500.
6-roora dwelling In Northwest Roanoke, StiO".
f .v. cash and $5 per month. Can bo rented 'or
more toan the monthly payment.
Nicely papered 7 room house, enrrer lot. In
best pail of Southwest, with modern improve?
ments, stable and can tage house, with several
other outbuildings, $1,UU; $2uJ cash and $17 per
ri-room house In West End, largo lot, nice loca?
tion, f 1,800; $10} cash and $16 per month.
C-room house, Urge corner lot. Southeast,
$850; $50 own and $10 per month.
7 loom dwelling, with sewer connection, stable
ano other neoessnry outbuildings, $l,3Ct; $cii
cash, $li!.EQ per month without Inter*si.
0 room house on Monry 8treet n. w . $1.0fcf|; $85
cash und $10 per month with no Interest. Is
ro'itlng now for $S0O.
Two 8 room cottages, with basement room,
newer connection, moo garden and good location,
ouch; $15 cash and $5 per month with inter
"-room house m Sixth avenno s. w.. nicely
papered. Vti'x $1,500; $15 cash and $i5 pei month.
Kti.ts uow for JUti.
fi-room house on large lot, near Kosnoke end
Southern railroad, newly Jenccd, house in good
condition. $\,V50; $50 cash and $12.50 per month.
One ol tho best residences on Church street, 0
rooms, largn lot, beet location, cost $8 500, Ii.
beunt'ifnl condition Inside and ont. Price $3,500;
$600 cash. $25 per month; Is renting now at $95
per month Also two other splendid bargains on
One of tho most deelrabloand best located bus?
iness houses, In the very best partot the business
centre of the city One fourth of the price cash
aud iv-o rent will pay the balance. It is rtnting
now for 14 per cent, ot the price asked. There la
no bolter Investment in the city than this We
have several other flno bargains In business
p'operty on Salem avenue ami Jefferson street.
ti room honsn near West End round house, $950;
$50 cash and $10 por month.
Nicely papered 0 room house on ho host part ot
Seventh avenue n. e., $850; f 50 cash and $3 per
Good vacant lot to exchange for a horse.
500 acre farm mi.es from llo.anolte, good
Improvements, woll fenced and watered, plenty
of timber, nlco young orchard, $2,300?terms
easy. This Is A great bargain.
Mi-sere farm cloee to Rjanoke, In good coadlt
lon, $1,600 cosh.
M acres or bottom land \ X miles from Holllns,
with $2,500 brick house,at the edge of a beautiful
10 acre grove of forest oaks Hsduced to $40 per
ac?o. 'i his U a splendid naraaln.
130 acres near Moiling Institute, seven miles
from Koanoko city, forty acres of which is level,
the balanco upland, partly t tmhorcd good water,
fairly good improvements, flno peach and apple
orchard, land well adapted to truck farming, a'l
kinds frnlt and grapes, price now $1,500; rasy
If you want to buy or rent, sell or exchange,
como and see as.
T. I. SPINDLE & CO.,
No. 8 Campbell AveuueS. W.