n^To. mo Teffe
Have opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods,
cashmeres, serges, henriettas, all-wool habit cloths and
Scotch plaid suitings in all the newest shades and color?
ings, new blankets, comforters, hosiery and underwear,
zephyr and Saxon}- yarns in all shades, Butterick patterns,
fashion sheets and delineators for October just received.
134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia.
Last April we began to advertise our town lots, making
at that time a number of statements in regard to what we
would do. Through the non-completion of the Clinch
Valley extension of the Norfolk and Western our railroad
facilities at that time were very limited. We had no rail?
road station and, indeed, one old farmhouse was the total
sign of life about the place. Since then the railroad has
erected a fine brick and stone freight station, one of the
largest on the road, and will shortly erect a fine passenger
station, while the Clinch Valley Company has spent, or is
under contract to expend, $350,000. A four-story hotel,
the finest in Southwest Virginia, is under roof; a hand?
some iron bridge, of 180 feet span, crosses the Clinch
river; ; \ - second-class hotels have been built, and a large
number of stores are building under contract. The com?
pany has erected a handsome three-story building for its
pffio . lid a line stone bank building is Hearing comple?
tion. V ichinery for the rolling mill is on the grounds,
-sind the track to the coal mines, three miles away, is com?
plete <?>? coal is now coming out. A steam brick plant,
tlu most omplete in Southwest Virginia, is in operation,
and ' ? ;e amount of grading and other work is going on.
'Tliii vork attracts a great deal of attention, while Rich
lav UK rely at the end of a non-completed line. The
coin] I tio of the Clinch Valley division this fall, and the
running ;>f through trains between Washington and
Louisville, putting Riehlands immediately on a through
line, will give an impetus to the prosperity of the town
[Sufficient to throw it ahead of all competitors, and the at?
tention of investors is called to real estate here as giving
g eater promise than any town in Southwest Virginia.
ot Clinch Valley Coal and Iron Company, Rich
la - \ :ewell County, Virginia.
What People are Doing In and
Out of Roanoke.
J. .1. Owen was lined 88 for allowing
his horse to run at large.
Mr. Samuel M. While, of Salem, dep?
uty internal revenue collector under :
Collector McCunc, was In the city to-j
day. He is very sanguine of the pros
; peets of his booming city.
Mr. A. Cnnfaratta, a former eon fee-'
j tioner of this city, hut lately or Dan-'
; ville. was here to-day. Mr. Confaratta
has located in Salem and thinks south?
west Virginia is the livest and most
progressive part of the State.
The new cnndalehra at Undertaker
Wool wine's establishment, for use in
Catholic households on the occasion of
death in the family is very appropriate
in structure and design.
Mr. Thomas .1. Camerford hnst just re?
turned from a visit, to his parents in
Imgland. While awry he made a tour i
of Scot land and Wales.
Dr. Ft. W. Stone, a capitalist of Win
ehester, is in the city looking after his
real estate interests.
Mrs. E. M. Drown and Miss Willie
Tilman, of Albemarlo, who have been
visiting their brother, Mr. C. C. Tilman
on Terry's Hill, left for their homes yes?
Miss Dora llanly. of Ititchannn, is vis?
iting Mrs. Ueorge Wright on Campbell
Dr. I,. (!. Podglo has gone to Groy
stone. Henry county, on a visit.
Mr. A. I.. Tremain. chief clerk of the
motive power department, of the Norfolk
and Western railroad, and Mr. C. Tvl.
Butler, billing clerk in Mr. .1. E, Rein?
hardts office at the Machine Works,
have resigned their positions and will
form a copartnership to engage in the
real estate business.
Nearly all the railroad magnates who
were hen- yesterday attending the sale
of the Shonandoah Valley railroad left
for their homes last night.
The revival services ?t. the Greene
Memorial church give promise of great,
success. Tin.- attendance last night was
very large, and great interest was mani?
Two colored women were arrested yes?
terday by the police in bovine'? store,
on Salem -.'.venue, upon the charge of
stealing some bracelets and other ar
tides from Mr. Brown, the proprietor of
the Hlue Bulge Springs hotel, but. there
being no direct evidence against them
the cases were dismissed by the mayor.
Mr. Joseph frank, of the Jefferson
street clothing llrni of Frank Bros.,
leaves on the excursion to Washington
today, whence he will go to Baltimore
to purchase a winter stock of goods
Mr. Harry Thornhurg returned yes?
terday morning' from a short visit to
friends in HngCrstown.
A warrant was sworn out yesterday
by D. Thompson against Robert West?
moreland ami Tom Warm'outh. both
colored, charging them with stealing a
bedspread, and t he case was set tor trial
before Justice lloworton, but there be?
ing no satisfactory ovidonco against
thi in the warrant was torn up at the. ro
(ptosl of Mr. Thompson.
Mr. David Lnwson, who has been so?
journing for .some months at the B?ffalo
Lithia Springs lor rheumatism, has re?
turned looking much better and consid?
Mr. C. Winter has gone to Wytheville
to visit friends.
W.o. Ilardaway, Esq., rotumed yes?
terday from Richmond, where he had .
be Mi on business.
The police were engaged yesterday in ,
searching for a number of shoes alleged
to have been stolen from Messrs.
Wright & Stollsby a colored boy em?
ployed by them.
Officer T. A. Mabry lias returned from
his home in West Ridgway, N. C, where
he has been sick for seven weeks.
Though somewhat emaciated, he is on
Anthony Fowl was arrested yesterday
afternoon by Officer Mabry on the i
charge of disturbing the peace and |
quiet of the city. He will have a hear?
ing before the mayor this morning.
The excursion to Washington slart
at s o'clock this morning and will re
turn on Saturday morning. It is ex?
pected a large number of persons will
The Bricklayers1 Union bold their
usual weekly meeting at Rorcr Hall
last night. The usual routine of busi?
ness was transacted.
The time of the year Is rolling around !
Whoh business men should think about
placing their orders for their blank- j
books for 1801. Write to or 'phouo PJ.S, |
Hammond's Printing Works, for an
estimate on all kind of work.
THE HEALTH IIOAKD
Perfect* nn Organization at Dr. Hodgson's
Members of the Health Board mot at
Dr. Hodgson's ollice, in East]! Iloanokc,
yesterday at l p. m.' for the purpose of
organization. This was affected h.v tho
election of Dr. Fry as chairman and Dr.
Hodgson as secretary. After discussion
of measures looking toward the city's
sanitary welfare, the board adjourned
to moot, at some dato within a week.
Sanitary inspector McFalls was in at?
tendance and gave some practical sug?
gestions from his olllcial standpoint.
Dr. Luck, who had been president of
former boards, is also a member of this
one, and brings to the work an experi?
ence of several rears.
Investors in Roanolco and other points i
in Southwest Virginia, living at a dte- j
tance, will find THE TIMES invaluable in j
keeping- up with tho advance or property \
and the progress of the section. By umll,
postage prepaid, 50 cents per month.
>1 ayor's Court.
Mayor Evans had the following cases
before him yesterday:
Martin Sims for disturbing the peace
and quiet of the city was lined >?:>. and
Charles Tinsley was assessed that sum
for the same olTcnoo.
I'inkney Roger was assessed ?3 and
costs for lighting.
Dump Dolphus was lined ???'i for light?
ing, but was afterwards granted a new
hearing, tho time for which has not yet
t;. S. Morryman was too merry a man
at the depot under the exhilaration of
alcoholic stimulation and had to pay a
tine of ?51 therefor.
tScorgd F. Burchott, a policeman, was
suspended for disorderly conduct.
CoNTIXKXTAI. IIOTK!.: .!. \V. West.
Anniston, Ala.; I). A. Daft. Abinglon;
.lohn .1. Mahonoy, Chattanooga; C. <-'.
Wilson. Columbus, S.C.; II. II. Biggins.
Darlington, S. C; 11. 11. Rowland, j
llagorstou n, .Md.
Exchaxok IIotki.: E. A. Russell,
Middlcport, Ohio; W. Ii. Ayres, Dan?
ville, \a.. II. 0. Cump. Baltimore; F. |
Y. Cluverius, New Vork; .1. W. Dunlup,
I'Ai.ACE llOTEI.: M. Ii. Morton. I!ad
ford: .1. M. Williamson, Louisville. Ky.
Hotel RoA.NOKt:: A. W. MeDonale,
Bcrryhill; < "i. .\. l. Iloyco, lioyce, Va;
llonry C. Wysor, Dublin, Va.; Um. M.
Johnson, Boston : .1. Skein, New York.
Hotel Felix : I). M. Saundei*s, Wash
lug ton; Frank Misklee, New York; A. |
C. Yost. Ilagorstown, Md.: Oeo. L. Tay
lor, Montgomery W hite Sulphur Springs:
R. 1*. Irvimr, Faruivillo
t'liiioriil of 11.r Laic < liarlex Oulun.
The two daughters of tie- lato Charles
Qltinn, of whose death mention was
made in yesterday's paper, arrived here
Monday night from New York, ami a
nephew of deceased, came yesterday
morning fro.':) Jersey City to attend the
funeral. It has been decided to inter
the remains in the city cemetery". The
funeral will take place from St. An?
drew's church at ;i a. in.
Clerk Davis' Keport.
Tlie report of the clerk of the market.
Mr. A. .1. Davis, for the month of Sep?
tember shows that 2,103 wagons paid tho
curhag? tax during the month, from
which collections amounted to$331,20,
with SO for gas. The total collections
for the months of August and Septem?
ber amounted to 31,431.25, including
stall rents. *
To Attend a Cornerstone Laying.
Rev. Dr. O. F. Flippo and wife left
yesterday morning for I led ford City to
be present at the laying of the corner?
stone of the deter Female Seminary.
Among the other distinguished Baptist
divines, who will he present, are Rev.
Drs. Dickerson and Hatcher, of Rich?
mond, and Rev. Dr. Felix, pastor of the
First Baptist Church of Lynchburg.
THE TIMES, In its new form, is grow?
ing in popular favor ovovy day. Over
200 subscribers added tho first weok.
A complete stock of the best pianos
and organs on the market can always be
found at the Hobble Music. Company's.
Lynchburg, Va. This old established
house fully merits the high reputation
it on joys of soiling only reliable instru?
ments: you will lind it to your interest
to examine their Stock before purchas?
K. and S. Millinery and Cloak Falace
have opened at 135 Salem avenue.
Ocorgo Campboll, llopkinsvillo, Ky..
says: Burdock Blood Ritters is the
best preparation for the blood anil
stomach ever manufactured.
Oi.o exchanges for sale at TlIE Times
otllce; 20 cents per 100.
l'ostoi tick DIKKCTOHY.
Tili- poKtofflco In open from s o'clock a. Hi. to
7 p. in. Money orderand rogistorod letter de?
partment, from 8a. in. loop. in.
Ocnornl delivery Hint lottor-carrlors' win?
dow open from 10 ii. in. to II a. in., ami from li
]>. in. to 7 p. in.
From tho West und South, 8a.m.
From tin- Nerih and Raid. II n, in. nnd 0 p. in.
Prom Lyuohbunr und Intermediate points,
I'roin I'ocahontaa and Intormodiato points,
Kor the West and South. 7 n. in.: 0:30 a. in,
and p. in.
l-'or tho North and Rast, 5 n. in.; '.'::'.'i a. in.
and BtHO p. m.
Kor r.yiiclibnrif, Virginia "Special," :> p. in.
Kor ino North vlaS. v. lt. It., "> a. in.
Collociioiifl from si root loth r boxes, Ua, in.: 1
p. in.: I p. in. ami 8:Jfl p. in.
Sundays, IIa.in.and 7:30p.m.
Special eollcetioiis from UlOUOXOS near Nor- I
fols and Western offices, corner Salom nvenmi I
and JolTerson strcot mid all ?>( the hotels. 20
minutes boforo the closing of all mails.
For sale by T. Kelly & Co., 13 lots,
squares from the baseball grounds, at
8500 each; ono five-room house on -lohn
str.-et. $2,200; r.;acres of laud in cor?
porate limits, with!) cottages and a good
quarry, 811,000; one business bouse, cor?
ner Nelson and Salem avenue. $40,000;
four business houses on Salom avenue:
one lot on Nelson street. $45,000.
book out for the Woodland Park Land
t '? impanyjs aucl Ion sale ahou t i ho middle
of Octolier. L. I.. I'owki.i. .v. Co. can
give further information.
Signs! signs! McManoo & 11 ay slip
have a first-class sign painter, and cm
do your work neatly and promptly. Ad?
dress Lock Box 0, Uoanoke. Va. sep28-4t
Let people know where you are and
what i-^ your business by placing a sign
over your door painted by McManco ,v
11 ay slip. Address OitDKit, lock box 0, lion- ;
noke. Va. Sep28-4t.
Try Paul Jones famous old I taker
whiskey, .1. F. Mausiiam. ?.y Co.,
uugl5-2m Sole agents for Uoanoke.
IfllghoH ? Camp carry the largest
stock of carriages, buggies, harness, sad?
dles, horse-furnishing goods, and horso
boots in the city. Repairing done on
short notice. Telephone No. III. 153
Salom avenue. I.V.' Terry avenue.
$1.00 to $5.00 aaS'cd on railroad tickets
bought of S. A. Vick. Palace.Hotel, only
association broker in Uoanoke. sop 10-1 in
.Ion:; 13. Pkck,auctioneer, with Hughes
& (.'amp. will serve the public in that
capacity on reasonable terms, '.'all or
address ir>3 Salem avenue. seplO-tf.
Mattresses of all kinds made to order
by E. II. Stewart ? CO. jc2l-tf
Evans & Chalmershavo the largest
stock of oils, varnishes and Longman
und .Martinez paint ever brought to Ho?
Stoves'. stoves! stoves! cheaper
than ever at M. II. Jennings A Co., Sa?
lem avenue, near Market. House.
Buy your cooking stoves from M. II.
Jennings &, Co.. near.Market House. Sa?
lem avenue. j
Boad plows, road scrapers, and all
kinds ol railroad and mineral supplies
at Evans & Chalmers.
Refrigerators and ice chests of vari?
ous makes and sizes at E. II. Stewart
& Co. jc'JI-tf
Forfiro insurance call at. the oflloo of
the Uoanoke Trust, Loan and Safe De?
posit Co. dco28tf
Evans & Chalmers have just received
a car load each of sash weights,
powder, old hickory wagons, cider mills,
sash, doors and blinds.
A large and beautiful stock oT carpets
and rugs in newest styles can be found
at E. II. Stewart & Cos. je21-tf
Evans & Chalmers have just received
a large stock of guns, rifles and sporting
goods. Call and examine their stock.
The largest stock of lace curtains in
the city and at bottom prices at E. II.
Stewart. & Co.'s. jo21-tf
A beautiful stock- of English Amer?
ican, and French plain ami decorated
china tea. dinner and toilet sets at E. II.
Stewart & Co.'s. jo2l-tf
An elegant assortment of chamber
and parlor suits have just been received
by E. II. Stewart & Co. jcjl-tf
Inspection solicited at K and S. Mil?
linery and Cloak Palace, 135 Salem ave?
M. L. Blair, Alderman. Fifth ward,
Sdranton, Pa., stated Nov. 1883: lie
had used Dr. Thomas' EclCCtrlo Oil for
Sprains, burns, cuts, bruises ami rheu?
matism. Cured every time.
Grand opening of stylish millinery and
cloaks at K. .V. S. millinery and cloak
palace October 1st. 2nd, and 3rd, 135 Sa?
lem avenue. soptlO-tl
Granu Fall Opening.
We most respectfully invite
the ladies of Roanoke and
vicinity to our
Fall Millinery Opening
Of French pattern hats and
Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 7 and 8.
In addition to our grand dis?
play of millinery, we will ex?
hibit the finest selection of
j Both foreign and domestic,
ever shown in this city; also
the largest and best selected
; assortment of
Of all the latest designs.
42 Salem Ave., S. W.
N. 1j.?No cards.
Lots at Belmont.
Lots at West Lud.
Lots at Ingloside.
Lots at North Side
Lots at Mclroso.
Lots at Midway.
Lots in Jannot Addition.
Lots in Exchange Addition.
Lots in Lewis Addition.
Lots in Rogors, Fairfax and Houston
Lots at Midway.
10 acres at Vinton adjoining tho
Also business properties and lots in
all parts of the city.
Chipman, lassie & Co.,
sepl7-lm 100 Salem avenue.
/ 1 EN BR A L MEETING OF THE
V J STOCKHOLDERS OF TIIEOLEN'S
FALLS LAND COMPANY.
There will be a general meolingof the
stockholders of tho Olon's Falls Land
Company, held at the oflloo of F. B.
Kemp .V Co., in tho city of Itoanoho,
Va., at 8 o'clock p. m.. October 23, 1800.
By order of the Board of Directors,
\Y. s. OOOCH, president,
sonf.-.i-im w. M AC DO WELL,secretary
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