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Dr. Miles' Nervine Victorious.
Physical and Mental Exhaustion Gives Way to Vigorous Activity. REV. W. T. nOTJCK, ti.3 talented pas? tor of Grace U. B. churvh. Carlisle, I'enn., writes September23, lS9?: "I always enjoyed good health until In at which time my duties as a clergyman were, of a peculiarly trying nature, subjecting mo to several severe nervous shocks which together with overwork and anxiety, im? paired my general health and nervous sys? tem. Indeed I was in such a condltlou tbnt the more sight of a largo congregation so wearied me tbnt it would require a day or more for uio to ro covcr from the. ex? haustion. It affords mo yreut pleasure to say that Dr. Miles' Kestorativc Nervine and Restorative Tonic have done mo untold good. 1 preached three times yesterday and I feel as fresh and vigorous this Monday morning as I ever felt in my life, than us to your remedies. Dr. Miles' Hemcdies are sold by all drug? gists under a positive guarantee, first bottlo benefits or money refunded. Hook on Heart and Nerves sent free to all applicants. Dlt. MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhurt, Iod. The Better the Grade, The Bigger the Trade Clausa Shears and Razors have a world-wide reputation. FAIRFAX BROS, Sole Agents, 9 Jefferson street, Roanoke, Va. _ , -? j Female Regulator f For all diseases peculiar to women and girls. It Tones up the Nerves, Improves the Ap- >Xf \P petite, Enriches the Blood, and gives Life. \tV w Health and Strength. It Is the VP I QUEEN OF TONICS I Vf/ MAKES THE COMPLEXION CLEAR. <|> ? CDEC ! A bottle <>f " Monthly " Kegulating \j> w rilEC I Pills with earh bottle. Por sale by w w all dealers or sent direct upon receipt uf price by SI/ ^ New Spencer Med. Co.. Chattanooga, Tcnn. Vjj ? LADIES' SPECIAL TREATMENT: m rases requiring special treatment, address. ?K giving symptoms. Ladies' rtedicnl I)c X partmerit. Advice and hook on Female JjJ Diseases, with testimonials free. For Sale and Recommended by Massie's Pharmacy, Roanoke, Va. I Don't turn your back ^ on proof. Send for our Illustrated booklet s which teds how others have becu cured by I Johnston's 1 Sarsaparilla 7" I f f Fi For Scrofula, Kidney Troubles, Rheuma? tism, Nervous Exhaustion, and the hun? dreds of other diseases that are caused by bad hlood. This wonderful and well-known blood purifier lias no equal. Price, $i m Quart Bottle. Williams, Davis, Brooks & Co., Detroit. Mich. t r sale by JOHNSON & JOHNSON, Druggists, Hoanoke, 'Va. COCOA PUREt HKAUTHrUI.II GROCERS EVERYWHERE. llXttT Oc Taxi Kt Oran Aires of Animal*. ! According to some naturalists the length of life of animals is as fol? lows: The rabbit lives from six to seven years. The squirrel from seven to eight years. Tho fox from fourteen to fifteen years. Tho cat from fifteen to seventeen years. Tho dig from sixteen to eighteen years. The hoar nnd wolf,eighteen to twen? ty years. The rhinoceros from twenty to twen? ty-two years. The horse from twenty-two to twen? ty-live years. The lien from twenty-five to twen? ty -eight years. The porpoise from twenty-eight to thirty years. The camel and crow one hundred years. The tortoise one hundred and ten years. The eagle one hundred and twenty years. The elephant four hundred years. The whale one thousand years. Sen Itut tortile*. Real water butterflies spread their lovely wings in the clear wavelets of the blue Mediterranean. Their scien? tific name is Pterpoda, or wing-footed. The commonest is perhaps the "boat butterfly." His body seems formed around a tiny brownish kernel the size of a grain of wheat, and is covered with a shell soft as gristle and almost transparent; his wings are largo. ! roundish and clear as glass?30 clear that before they can bo examined they must be put in a saucer of water against a black ground. The shell is so loose that a mere touch separates it from the body. All the sea butterflies have on their tongues rows of strong pointed hooks. They arc all llesh eaters. It is wonderful to watch through the transparent shell and al? most equally transparent body the mo? tions of the heart. These butterflies lay eggs just like land ones, and, like land ones, are fond of warmth and light. The Way to Carve run. In carving fish practice is required in order to prevent the flakes from breaking. The choicest morsels of all large fish are near the head; the thin parts come next; the flavor nearest the bone is never equal to that on the upper part. A lish-knife should he used in carving._ A China Novelty. Caudle shades of china in delicate tints are a novelty that promises to become very popular. SPECIAL BARGAINS FOR SALE. 7- room dwelling southeast, nenr Bcl mont School, $050; cash, $100; monthly, $10. 8- 1 oom dwelling on T.r/.ewell avenue. $050; small ca?h payment. 5-rooni cottage, southwest, lnrge lot; $9.r)0; small cash payment; balance $10 per month. 5- room dwelling, northwest, lnrge lot, renting at $(it). Price, $100. This is a uood investment. 0 room dwelling, nicely papered, near West End round-house, $800; small cash payment. 6- room dwelling, newly-papered nnd painted, nice yard; $800. 8 acres liue land on tho electric car Hue, northwest, suitable for building or garden (arm; $7.r) per acre. Easy terms. 15 acres one mile from tho Terry build? ing. Will seil as a whole or cut in oue acre lots. This is tine trucking land. 000-acre farm 10 miles from Roanokc, on the Norfolk aid Western railroad. Seven-room brick dwelling, line barn: about "2'tO acres in timber, balance in cul? tivation. Pine orchard on the place. Price, $.1,000; one-third cash, balance one and two years. 440 acres two miles from station on the Norfolk and Western railroad; $1,000. Cash, $200; balance one, tvro and three years. 'louses for rent in all parts of the city. PACE A KOK KITT, 10 Jefferson St. LARRABEE'S TRADE-MARK. Magical Pain Extractor. CURES RHEUMATISM, TOOTHACHE, NEURALGIA, BACKACHE, LUMBAGO, CATARRH, and all kinds OF Pains and Aches. For nearly three-score years and ten this famous old household friend has been curing pains and aches, and lias never disappointed the user. It is clean, pure, etlicacious, agreeably smelling and quickly acting. it is a rich. spicy compound and invaluable for Cuts, scalds, sores, burns, LiLCLRs, Wounds, Erysipelas, Skin Troubles, Etc.. Etc. Price 25 Cents, AT DLALtMO AND DRUGGISTS, or sent in iiuantity of j or more pack area to any address on receipt ol money, by Winkelmann & Brown Drug Co. eoic PROpnicTona, BALTIMORE, MD.. U. S. A. THE SHERMAN TWINS. Hioy AVer? Adopted by the Wire of tho Secretary <>r State. As most of us know, Mr. and Mrs. John Sherman were childless. A tlmo came when, after much consideration und thought, they decided to adopt a child and heir. Mrs. Sherman request? ed some of her intimate friends to as? sist her in the search of a desirable in? fant, ono honestly and gently born, and without parents to follow on aft erward and embarrass. A friend In New York subsequently telegraphed her to come at once and take her choice of two beautiful babies. There was great excitement in the Sherman home pending Mrs. Sherman's trip to new York after the baby. On the next day she telegraphed her husband: "Will be at home this afternoon. Send carriage to the depot." The carriage went, and tho Senator remained at home, walking tho floor, looking at his watch, watching each carriage as it came in sight. The train was a little late. He was becoming nervously anx? ious. Finally the carriage hove In sight, ho marched out to meet it at the curb, threw open the door. There was Mrs. Sherman and a nurse, each stepping out with a baby in arms. Such an ex? pression as came over that stern Sher? man face was never seen before. It could not be described. Ho was at a loss for words for a minute or two and finally was able to stammer: "Wife, what does this mean?" She replied: "Husband, they were so pretty and so much nlike. tbnt I could not make a c hoice, so I selected both." They wero twin girl babies. For the next few days it was a show to watch Mr. Sher? man as he enjoyed and caressed tho newcomers. One of the twins sicken? ed and died within a few weeks, and the other is now "his daughter," Mrs. McCullotn. Indian cirl Actress. Comparatively few people are aware of the fact that the real name of Gretchen Lyons, the beautiful actress and singer who is now playing tho role of Puck in Mario Wninwright's Shakesperian play. "A Midsummer Night's Dream,*' is Ollic Heath, and that she is a Cherokee Indian girl, born and raised at Brushy Mountain, near Muscogee, I. T., and schooled at the female seminary at Tallequah and Harrell Institute at Muscogee. Kight years ago OHie Heath was a pupil at the female seminary at Tah lequah and one of the prettiest school? girls that ever graced the big chapel during study hours. She was an or? phan and with little means to pay tui? tion and board she was admitted only to the primary department of the school. After leaving the female sem? inary her education was completed at Muscogee, she having graduated at Harrell Institute a'-iout three years ago with the highest honors of her class. During her school life she displayed remarkable histrionic talent, and al ivrys played the leading roles in the private theatricals occasionally given. A little over two years ago she took advantage of an offer to go on the stage, bince then but little has been heard from her by her territory friends except a fow intimates, until recently Her recent successes have brought her into prominence in theatrical and mu? sical circles, and her pictures now adorn the pages of the metropolitan magazines and dailies. The Cherokees are very proud of Miss Heath, as they have a right to be, for she has demonstrated that In? dian girls may attain success before the footlights and be on an equality in every way with their white sisters. Woman Uns a Sens? of Humor, That woman has not a sense of hu? mor is contradicted by a woman in England, who has taken up a profes? sion which should rank next to that of the professional comedian. She has become a professional auctioneer. If an auctioneer can keep his audience laughing, the better sales he is apt to make. Miss Ada Hammond, who is the young woman auctioneer, does not lay any stress, however, upon this part of her work. She says it is a business which keeps its followers talking, and for thai reason it is eminently femi? nine. She had an ambition to take it up, made application, found that she could do it, and has been at work sev? eral years. She is very successful, has vvil enough to pet the brat, of people who try to talk her out of countenance when she is at work, and seldom loses money at her sales, plthough there is always a risk, with 1 "-avy expenses to balance the profits. Miss Hammond does most of her wo . in the country districts, and it is h d work, for sho is accustomed to 1 take "one-night stands," doing business in one town on one day and in another on the next. New Perils for Typewriter*. The villain who i;i represented in the popular mind as In constant pursuit of typewriters, has taken a new form in Kurland, and one in which he will do more damage than In that which Im? agination has given him. He poses as an author. Ho writes to the typewrit? er saying that he has a grcit deal of manuscript to be copied. Hut it is of incalculable value, and he requires a deposit of $?"> as a security for its safe? ly before it can be forwarded. Once tho trusting young woman has for? warded the deposit the correspondence with the author is at an end. War navei tlio south a Flower. A Southern man tells the Washing? ton Post that the daisy was never known in the South until after tho war. Now every part of the South visited by the Union army is covered with daisies. "Sherman brought them to us." he said, "and the march to tho sea can be followed In the summer time by keeping where the daisy grows. The seed seems to have been transported In the hay that was brought along to feed tho horses. This Is tho only explanation that has ever been made of it." French itahhlt Industry. England has three guinea pig farms, nne of which exports 150,000 yearly to Franco, where they arc used at restau? rants as rabbits, the flavor of the flesh being identical in the two animals. Tho industry is said to be very protit tble. <>uron Victoria's Cane. Tho black ebony walking stick most often used by Queen Victoria belonged to Charles 1. fancy llnskets of Units fixed up in I stylo at J. J. Catogni's. What modest wo? man does not shrink from the examina? tions and local treat? ment upon which physicians insist when treating weakness and disease of the or gans distinctly feminine. l'or this reason thousands of women go on suf? fering untold torture rather than apply to a physician for help. It is safe to say that one-half of the women in America suffer thus in silence. It is all unnecessary. The reproductive organs of women are directly acted upon by Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It cures all disease and weak? ness of those delicate organs. It fits a wo? man for the highest duties of her sex, wife hood and motherhood. Iftaken during the expectant period in makes baby's coming easy and safe and insures the health, of the child. The "Favorite Prescription" is the discovery of a regularly graduated physi? cian, an eminent and skillful specialist in diseases of women. Dr. Pierce is, and has been for thirty years, chief consulting phy? sician to the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. _ His "Favorite Prescription " docs away with all necessity for distasteful examinations or local treat? ment. It corrects distressing^ and painful displacements and irregularities, and cures where doctors fail. Dr. Piercc'a Common Sense Medical Ad? viser not only tells you how to get well when yp.u arc 111, but how to stay well when you are well. It contains 1,008 pages and over 300 illustrations. Over a million wo? men have a copy. A new edition is just out. The reader may have a paper-covered copy absolutely KRKE, by sending 21 one-cent stamps, to cover the cost of mailing only, to the World's Dispensary Medical Associa? tion, at Buffalo, N. Y. If you prefer a fine French cloth binding, embossed, send 10 cents extra, 31 cents in all. A flue farm of 220 acres adjoinmg the corporation limits of thecity.ia live min? utes' drive of the Terry Building. Land of excellent quality; 20 acres in timber; large bold spring, dwelling nnd all nec? essary out buildings. Will sell as n whole or cut into two or moro tracts to suit the purchaser. A business stand on the Shenandoah Valley railroad, good store with live dwellings rooms. Price. $3!)l); also a good stock of general merchandise in tho budding that will be sold reasonably. This is a fine place for a man with ?ninll capital to do a safe business. A farm of .10 acres 2* miles from Ko anoke, 20 acres clear, tho balance in good timber. Price, $1,100. One of the best lots on Tenth avenue s. w., nenr Franklin road; price, $21)0, A fine farm of 457 acres, eighteen miles from lloauoke. Price, $2,200. Farm of 140 acres near Elliston, in Montgomery county; price, $1,250. One of the finest farms in Montgom? ery county, on Itoanoke river; 100 acres of the best river bottom land, very con? venient to the station; price, $5,500. Houses and lots in all parts of the city at very low prices and easy terms. OSWALDS. HAWKINS, Real Instate A Kent, 4 10 Ter y Building. Real Estate and Exchange Agent. Tell ?s Jfoi Trais. It may be we can help you out. Have you a farm that you would like to put into a nice dwelling, or dwelling you would exchange for a farm? A stock of merchandise thntyou would ? like to convert into good paying real j estate? Town lots to exchange for property elsewhere? Mills, stores, lumber, live stock, machinery, notes, mortgages, &c ? Evervtniiig iroes when money is scarce, f can effect exchanges and get everything you need and please you well when it would bo impossible to sell for cash. Try this plan just once, and see how well it will work. J. F. W1NGFIBLD, T?rry KuilriiiiK. A LOCAL Disease A Climatic Af'ection No! t'tnj; hut a IOC?' remedy or cn'mue of en 11, an will r.nrs it del a w.'ll kn >wn pliui iniicuuticul rcui MTV, My's Cro;tun B.ilm H M qnlcklv Ar aornarl Give* Uriiif ?t ouce. Ounni fid clQtnxe.h the Nuaal I'mb av/rs. ' lUvf irfttmirmMon. Ucala arrt Protect? tho M tn'-iu-e 'ratorea 'he ^en?e? ot 1>?to M"t nu ll. Pull SIC r; Trial Sire 1' e at UrngRii-tf or hy in?U. KL.Y 13UOTUKUS, 69 Warren Sireot, N;w York. COLD 'N HEAD FOR RENT! Good 8 room house, all modern Im? provements, No. 718 Henry street s w. Another good 8-room house on Eighth avenue, near Coirmerco street, s w. All modern improvements. I havo just re? paired it. Good 8-room house on Eighth avenue s w. No. 641. Price ouly $10. Good repair. 8-rooin liouso No. 1007 Filth avenue n w; in good condition. Ouly $8. Two good G-room houseson Bullitt ave? nue s e; only $(5 each. Two 15 room houses on Gilmer avenue n e. Ouly $0 each. All In good repair. A large four-story brick warehouse on Holliday street, with large elevator and platform scales, or will rent lloors for storage. Several bargains in tho sale of houses and vacant lots. Call; ask for what you waut. I will get it for you. List your property for sale or rent with mo. TULEK J. MITCHELL, Kent Estate Agent, OPPOSITE TERRY BUILDING. RESIDENCE PH0PEH1Y FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES. OKBIUA1IL.B I'OU HOnlliH OK Sl'KCU I. \TIVE IN'VKSTIHISNT. IKUrtlll KASY. 10-room dwelling, lid Eighth avenue s. w., bath room, ho* and cold water at? tachment, lot 50x100 feet. Originally worth 17.600; present price $1,000. Comfortable dwelling No. 712 Camp? bell avenue s.w.; lot 91x275 feet to an alley, 10 rooms, bath rocm and stable. Originally sold for .$10,01)1); present price $4,000. Very desirable dwelling No. 310 John street s. w., 10 rooms, good stable, neces? sary outside buildings, lot 00x150; $3,000. Nico C-room cottage No. 3 Trout ave I nue s. w., lot 50x150, $1,500. Dwelling No. 300 Eighth avenue s. w., lot 50x150, $1,500. Three story brick building on Shenan doah avenue, near freight depot, now used, first floor as a bottling works, aud second and third as shop und dwelling, $5,000. C-room dwelling, No. 517 Fourth street n. e., very cheap and convenient to Roa? noke Machine Works, $700. 8-room dwel?ug, u. s. Belmont avenue s. e., lot 03x130 feet; beautiful location, $2,000. 8-room ?'welling, 14 1-2 Lee street n.e., lot 50x200 fee', $1,500. 8-room dwelling, 500 Luck avenue, lot 34x00 feet, very cheap, $2,000. 0-room dwelling, 027 Sheuundoah ave? nue n. w., lot 25x130, $800. (5-room dwelling, 427 Elm wood streets, e., lot 40x130, a bargain, $(550. 8-room dwellings, 034, !J30 and 932 Center steet, lot3 25x130, all three desir? able located and very cheap, $1,100. G room dwelling, 711 Gilmer street n. w., lot 40x130, nice location; a bargain. $1,100. Vacant lot on Jefferson street, 25x170 feet, near 'marble yard, formally worth $6,000; pi ice $2,590. Peck Hotel, on Salom avenue, near Academy of Music, 24 rooms, a bargain, price $3,500. Two story frame building, 8 rooms, 450 feet east of F street, fronting on Gamp bell avenue s. w., lot 50x233 feet. This Is a very ch<iap and desirable property, price $3,000. A very desirable 8-room dwelling, 801 Roanoke street s. w., good outside build? ing, hot and cold water, bath, etc., lot 50x150, a bargain. $2,500. House and lot, 8 rooms, north side Mel rose avenue n. w., lot 75x210 feet, a most desirable home, price $1,800. Ttvo-story frame building, 012 Sixth avenue n. w., very nicely Located, G-room house, price $1,200. 10-room dwelling, 315 Randolph street, near Roanoke and Southern depot, for? merly sold for $2,000. price $1,150. G-room cottage, No. 420 Ninth avenue s. w., $1,300. 10 room two-story dwelling, No. 375 Eleventh avenue s. vr., an elegant prop? erty, none better, lot 50x130, $3.500. 12-room two story dwelling. 379 Elcv ejnth avenue s. w., new bouse worth $4, 500, lot 50x130, price. $3,500. 10 room two story dwelling, 377 Elev? enth avenue s. w., one of the cheapest houses in the city, lot 50x130, $3,000. Two story frame building on Washing? ton street, east of G, a beauty, all mod? ern improvements, 7 rooms, very cheap, $2,700. Two-story frame dwelling, 111? Sooth Jefferson street, worth $3,500, price $2, 800. Two nice and commodious dwellings, 511 and 513 Luck sti eet.,$l,800 and$2,000. Two cottages on Shenandoah avenue, Nos. 1021 and 1023, 0 rooms, each $803. 18 room dwelling, 31 Seventh avenue s. w.. worth $7,000, price $5,500. 15 room dwelling. No. S04 Campbell avenue a, w. Tho cheapest property now on the market; just elegant, $5,500. JUNIUS McGEHEE, Agent For the National Mutual Building and Loan Association of New York, Masonic Temple, Boom No. 2. (Jims, Ammunition, .Sporting Cloods. Woha/e ?11 the latest wrinkles. We have sold more guns this year than ever before. **ve have had to reorder twice, after buying what we thought would do the first time. It may pay you from a standpoint of satisfaction as well as from one of economy to dicker with us a little. NELSON~&~ MYERS, Commerce street, Roanoke, Va. ent! Octobei 29tb. 1807. O-rooni drvolliug Seventh avenue n. o. fO. fi-room ilwelllDg Henry ?treet s. W,'$9. 9- room dwelling, Ninth nveuuo s "w, |12. 10- room dwelling Ninth avenue s w, $12. 7-room dwelling, Luck nvenue a w, $9. 7-room dwelling Luck nvenue s w, $10. 0-room dwelling Fntton nvenue n e, $0. Fine news] or, cigar stund on Salem avenue a w, $8, Largo storeroom Campbell street,^80. Also 15 acres of fine farm land two and one-half miles from the city, for sale, or will exchange for city property. See T, E, B. Hartsook & Co, Market ?quare. FOR KENT AND FOR SALE. T. W. Goodwin, Ag't. Otllro : Room Mo. ?OB Terry nulltllng. October 1st, 1897. FOR RENT.?DWELLINGB. No. 1002 Franklin sw. JIO.OO No. 1112 Cnaptuan avenue s w.... 20.00 No. 2004 Patterson avenue s w. . . 10.00 No. 2008 Patterson avenue s w.. . 10.1)0 No. 2012 Patterson avenue s w... 10.00 No. 2010 Patterson r.venne h w.. . 10.00 No. 024 Tenth avenue s e. 8 00 No. 014 Stewart avenue s. e. 10.00 No. 1721 Salem avenue s w. 25.00 No. 711 Campbell avenues, w.... 8.00 No. 1720 Salem avenue s. w. 8.00 No. 375 Karnest avenue s \r. IJ. 1)0 No. Iu22 Seventh avenue h. e. ... (i.00 No. 1020 Seventh avenue s. e. fi.00 No. 1086 Seventh avenue s. e. 0.00 No. 929 hirst avenue h. w. 8.00 No. 119 Twelfth street n. w. 8.50 No. (518 First avenue n. w. 9.00 No. 022 First avenue n. w. 9.00 No. 922 Third avenue n. W. 8.00 No. 520 Seventh avenue n. e. 0.00 No. 5U:J Seventh avenue n. e. 0.00 ~ M STORKS. No. 414 First street s. w. No. 711 Third avenue s. w . 7.00 No. 1504 Commonwealth ave. n.e.. 10.00 I also have in my charge properties lu all sections of the city that can be bought at great bargains, either for cash-.or on the instalment plan. r_Call and examine my list. T. W. UOOinVIN, Agent. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS. d room dwelling, nieder:? improve? ments, largo corner lot, on Terry's Hill; $2,500. 7-room house, 'modern improvements, lartre corner lot, nood location; $1,000. 7- room house In southwest, good con? dition, $1,500, $15, cash and $13 per month. (i-rooni brick house, large lot, nice shade; $1,000. 5 roonijhouse, in southwest, large lot and stable, near the center of the city; $1,000, small cash payment and $10 per month. 8- room house, near center of city, large lot, beautiful grounds; $1,500, easy pay? ments. 9- room house, $900, small cash pay? ment and balance monthly. 9-room residence, in southwest, in beautiful condition, uice grounds and shade: $2,200. This is a choice piece of property and very cheap Nice corner house in Heimont, 0 rooms, $750, $50 cash and $8 per month. Come quick if you want this. 0-rooni buuse iu? northeast, convenient to shops; $050, $50 cash und $8 per month. 10-rooin hruse on Terry's Hill, large lot and line gtable; $2,000, easy pay? ments. 10-room house in northwest, in good condition, modern improvements, with irood garden, easy payments or can be traded for a good farm. 0-room house in northwest, near Park street; |825, $100 cash and $lu per mouth. Several pieces of first-class property In center of city, renting now for 12 per cent, of prices aske-1. These are choice investments. Farms and Trucking JUmmIh. We have a large number of farms for s.ile in Koanoke and adjoining counties, many of them very cheap, ranging from 10 to 500 acres. Among them: 500 acre farm with first class improve? ments, fine orchard, plenty of timber, at $10 per acre. The greatest bargain et er offered in Koanoke. 4 pieces of tilicking land convenient to the city, one of 12. one of 15, one cf 30 acres and one of 75 ncres, at prices fai below their real value. Anyone desiring a good trucking farm wi'l profit by see in" us at once. Magnificent James river farm of 750 acres, $0,000 dwelling, with modern Im? provements, beautiful ground/and shade, nil necessary outbuildings, and 0 tene? ment houses, 25 acres of full bearing fruit trees, large quantity if fine timber The owner having to leave the Sta this 'property can Iks sold fot $7,500 long time, oi paid for partly in Roanr real estate. This is a rare bargain, j 150 acre farm near Koanoke, one-V first-class river nottom, fair impr . ments, astonishing low figure for cash 2 small farms on Hack Creek, with fine orchards, one of 50 and one of 75 iciea In the famous pippin apple bolt; lands are hilly but rich; oue at $10 and the other at $12.50 per a3re. These are comforts bio littIr homes and fine investments T. TV. Spindle A Co., Mo. 8 Csuipbell Avenue S. W.