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NEW FALL DRESS GOODS.
INYDER & MACBA1N
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 Saxony 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. Siucc 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; two 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
offices, and a fine stone bank building is Hearing comple?
tion. Machinery for the rolling mill is on the grounds,
and the track to the coal mines, three miles away, is com?
pleted, and coal is now coming out. A steam brick plant,
the most complete in Southwest Virginia, is in operation,
and a large amount of grading and other work is going on.
This work attracts a great deal of attention, while Rich
lands is merely at the end of a non-completed line. The
completion of the Clinch Valley division this fall, and the
running of through trains between Washington and
Louisville, putting Richlands immediately on a through
line, will give an impetus to the prosperity of the town
:3ufficient to throw it ahead of all competitors, and the at?
tention of investors is called to real estate here as giving
greater promise than any town in Southwest Virginia.
Agent Clinch Valley Coal and Iron Company, Rich
lands, Tazewell Count}', Virginia; soptio-sm
What People are Doing In and
Out of Roanoke.
Mr. .). P. ('ash returned yesterday
i from a visit to Philadelphia, Itnltimorc,
Washington and the Northern cities.
Misses Emma and Tillie Myers and
Mr. N. P. Myers, of I lagers town, Md.,
are guests at Hotel Felix,
Mr. .1. II. ItramwelV, the well-known
minerologist and prospector, is a guest
at Hotel Itoanoko. Mr. Uramwoll has
done much towards developing the
mineral interests of this section.
Mr. A. S. Harden, of Suffolk, is a guest
at Hotel Felix.
Some splendid specimens of iron ore
from llotetourt county, in the vicinity
of Buchanan, are on exhibition at Hotel
Mr. .lames D. Perkins, n capitalist of
New York, and bis wife P.ro at Hotel
Roanoke. lie is traveling through this
section with a view of making invest- 1
Tim O'ficary was assessed $30.50 by ,
i the Mayor yesterday on the charge of
I assaulting Officer W. A. Vest at the Pal?
ace Hotel last Tuesday night. The line j
j and costs were paid.
i Councilman J. A. McConnell, general '
foreman of the Roanoke Machine !
Works, is on a visit to bis mother, who \
Is seriously ill in Altoona, Pa.
Mr. A. F. Ohmor,of Newcastle, Craig
county, was in the city yesterday.
A marriage license was issued yester?
day by the Clerk of the Corporation
Court to Mr. .lohn Connolly and Miss
Dr. II. V. Cray still continues too ill
to attend to the duties of his profession.
His many friends hope sincerely for his
Mrs. II. M. Darnall and children are
visiting friends at Floyd Court House,
and will probably remain there a month
I Mrs. Catharine Price and Mrs. S.
Price are visiting Mr. E. H. Scott, son
in-law of the former and brother-in-law
of the latter, at Mr. Scott's residence, at
No. 122 Sixth street.
Mr. J. C. Me Falls and wife, an aged
couple from franklin county, passed ,
through the city yesterday en route to
Lognnsport, Ind., which place they will
make their future home, with a son
who is living there.
Miss Mary Cobb is visiting Mrs. W. S.
Jones on Salem avenue.
Mr. Dan Aminen entertained a num?
ber of Iiis friends of both sexes at bis
home at the West Bnd last night.
Mrs. Jos. T. Englohy and children
h ive returned to Uoanokc, after a two
months' visit to Frostburg. Md.
A marriage license was issued yester?
day by the clerk of the Corporation '
Court to.I. E. Payne anil Lucy Whitlow,
The curbago tax from sixty-four wa- i
gons at tho Second ward market this
morning amounted to 810.05.
Misses Alice and Sallie Greenwood,
two attractive young ladies of Cave
Spring, were In the city yesterday en
route to Baltimore to visit friends.
The horses attached to a wagon be?
longing to Mr. tloscph Trout became
entangled in the harness at the Union
I Depot yesterday morning, and before
thoy could bo extricated from their po?
sition the vehicle was overturned, the
body thrown olf and the wagon tongue
Colonel and Mrs. Charles G. Eddy are
, expected to return to the city from Now
; York to-day. Mrs. Fddy has been SO
! journing at Marblohoad, Mass., during
the summer and early fall.
Captain 11. N. (Taxton, general agent
of tho Pooahontas Coal Company, re?
turned from a visit to Philadelphia last
Gilberl C. Walker, the Salem avenue
tobacco dealer, received notice yester?
day morning of the death of his brother,
Dennett Walker, in Baltimore, Wednes?
Councilman Joseph Hanthorn is in
Huntington, W. Va.. inspecting the
large number of car wheels recently
purchased by the Norfolk and Western
Railroad Company from the Ensign
Works in that city. The demand for
wheels by the road is such that the
works here cannot supply it.
Mrs. Joseph L. Hunter ami family, of
41? Church street, have returned from a
visit of some months to friends in Staun
Mr. J, .1. Davis returned home last
nigh., from Muhorin, Prince F.dw.mi
county, whither he hud gone with his
sick cousin, Mr. J. W. Davis, whose
homo is in that place. The latter h?re
the fatigue of the journey, ivmai kalu v
well, ins friends hope for his early re?
covery and return to this city.
Yesterday morning when our worthy
mayor mounted tho rostrum to listen to
the details of crimes within tho city
limits for the past twenty hours, ihe
docket was a light one,and it seemed that
they could be soon and easily disposed
posed, but as each separate dragged its
weary way along the time became more
precious until it was 12 o'clock before
the last decision was rendered, and tho
record of irregularities for the time was
closed, following is a list of the cases
disposed of, except that of Tim O'Lenry
which is related elsewhere.
William Patterson, contrary to law
and the dictates of prudence, carried a
concealed weapon ami was so rash as to
resist an officer in the discharge of his
duty. For this departure from law
abiding principles he was lined $10 for
the first offense. 810 for the second, and
assessed 50 cents for witness fees.
Sarah Patterson was arraigned on a
warrant, sworn out by Joe Reynolds,
charging her with disturbing the peace.
The evidence against her was so unim?
portant that the case was dismissed at
the cost of Reynolds.
John Kessler, forgetting the experi?
ence of others in this respect, left his
team standing on the street, and for
this defectof memory he bad to pay 81.
.lack Motley had to pay S3 for com?
mitting a nuisanco and .1. McFalls was
assessed the same amount for the same
The time of the year is rolling around
when business men should think about
placing their orders for their blank
books for 1801. Write to or 'phono 128,
Hammond's Printing Works, for an
estimate on all kind of work.
THE TIMES is the leading paper of the
mineral belt of the two Virginias. If you
want to keep posted on the development
of this section you cannot afford to be
TIiu Huff Mill Sold.
Messrs. W. T. Lookott and John Garst
have purchased from Mr. William 11 it IT
his flour and grist mill and 45 acres of
land near Cave Spring. The price paid
was 820,000. The mill will be greatly
improved and run on a big sale in the
Not According to tin- Code
Nettie Taylor and Eliza Davis, both
colored, engaged in rough and tumble
tight at the Palace Motel yesterday, in
which Eliza gave Nettie a severe chok?
ing. They will lie before the mayor this
Visitors to the fair are cordially in?
vited to call at the spacious warerooms
of the Hobble Music Co., Lynchburg.
Va.. and examine the largest stock of
Pianos anil Organs to be found in the
South. They also carry a choice line of
small instruments. Lowest prices and
easy terms guaranteed.
The Hagonitowii Excursion.
The Friendship Fire Company will run
a special train over the Shenandoah
Valley railroad to llagerstown and re ?
turn during the fair at that city. Train
will leave the Union Depot Tuesday,
October 14, at '.) o'clock, p. m. Return?
ing, will leavo llagerstown Sat?
urday. October is. at S a. m.
Ample accommodations have been ar?
ranged for. and the best order will be
preserved. Pare for round trip, only
84. Tickets for sale at Johnson & John?
son's drug store, and A. Helming, Jew?
eler. Salem avenue, or of the following
committee: T. 1). Ehrbart, L. V. Shaw,
W. 10. Thomas. R. A. Camper, W. H.
Dodrick. J. R. Bean, J. s. Campbell,
('. M. White. The money realized from
the excursion will be used to buy fire
apparatus for Newtown. oc7-tde
Ask tfie news stands and newsboys how
the people like THE TIMES in Its new
form. Three times as many visitors read
THE TIMES as road any other paper.
That's a point for real estate advertisers.
Vmi ari' in a Mail Fix.
Rut we. will cure you if you will pay
us. Nervous and Debilitated, suffering
from Nervous Debility. Seminal Weak?
ness, and all the effects of early evil
habits, or later indiscretions, which
lead to Premature I)< cay. Consumption
or insanity, should send for and read
the ??Rook of Live." giving particulars
of :i home cure. Sent (sealed) by ad?
dressing Dr. Parker's Medical and Sur?
gical Institute. 151 North Spruce street,
Nashville, Tenn. They guarantee a
our*1 or no pay.?Tim Sunday Morning.
Table board cm ho obtained at 318
A weak back, with weftry aching
lameness ov< r t he hips, is a ?? ign of
liseasod kidneys. Cm the best kidney
curative known, which Is Rui'duck Blood
Music pupils will do will to call at
218 Church strei t.
Old exchanges foi - ? Tiik Times
j olbCe, '.<? c IJtS i> ' 100. "
The postonice is open from 8 o'clock n. in. to
7 p. in. Money onicr ami registered /letter de?
partment, from Hu. in. to Dp. 111.
Gonoral delivery ami Icttor-earrlors' wln
dow open from 10a. in. to 11 a. in., and fromtl
p. in. to 7 p. in.
From tin.' West an<1 South. Bo. m.
From Hie North uml Bust. H u. in. lind i> p. in.
Prom I.ynchburg and intorincOliito points,
10:1? a. in.
Kroui Pocahontaa and intermediate points,
10:30 u. in.
Vor the West and South, 7 n. in.: 0:90 a. m.
und 5p. in.
Vor tho North and East, 5 a. m.; 0:30 a. in.
und 11:80 p. in.
Koi- bynclibiirg, Virginia "Special," :t p. m.
For ihi' North via S. V. It. U.,5a. ill.
Collections from street letter boxes, '.'n. in.; t
p. in.: 1 p. in. anil k:.?i p. in.
Sundays. II a. in. and 7::*) p.m.
Special collections from tho boxes near Nor?
folk und Western 0lTiC08, corner Salem avenue
and Jefferson stroot and all of tho hotels, -U
minutes before the closing of all mulls.
For sale by T. Kelly & Co., 13 lots on
Spruce street. :i squares from the base?
ball grounds, at 8500 each; one five-room
house on John street. 82,200; 6i4 acres
of land in corporate limits, with !> cot?
tages and a good quarry, 811,000; one
business house, corner Nelson and Salem
avenue,$40,000; four business houses on
Salem avenue: one lot on Nelson street,
book out for the Woodland Park band
Company's auction sale about the middle
of October. L. L. Powkll & Co. can
give further information.
Try Paul Jones famous old Baker
whiskey. J. F. Maiish.m.i. & Co.,
augl5-2m Sole agents for ltoanoke.
Hughes it Camp carry the largest
stock of carriages, buggies, harness, sad?
dles, horse-furnishing goods, and horse
hoots in the city. Repairing done on
short notice. Telephone No. 141, 153
Salem avenue, 152 Terry avenue.
SI.(Hi to$5.00saved on railroad tickets
bought of S. A. Vick, Palace;!lotel,only
association broker in ltoanoke. scplU-lm
John 10. Pkck,auctioneer, with Hughes
& Camp, will serve the public in that
capacity on reasonable terms. Call or
address 153 Salem avenue. sepl()-tf.
Mattresses of all kinds made to order
by E. LI. Stewart &Co. jo21-tf
Evans it Chalmershave the largest
stock of oils, varnishes and Longman
and Martine/, paint ever brought to Ro
Stoves'. stoves! stoves'. cheaper
than over at M. 11. Jennings & Co., Sa?
lem avenue, near Market House.
Buy your cooking stoves from M. II.
Jennings it Co.. near Market House, Sa?
lem avenue. f
Road plows, road scrapers, and all
kinds of railroad and mineral supplies
at Evans it Chalmers.
Refrigerators and ice chcstB of vari?
ous makes and sizes at E. II. Stewart
& Co. je:>l-tf
For fire insurance call at the office of
the Roanoke Trust, Loan and Safe De?
posit Co. dec28tf
Evans it Chalmers have just received
a car load each of sash weights,
powder, old hickory wagons, eider mills,
j sash, doors and blinds.
A large and beautiful stock of carpets
and rugs in newest styles can be found
I at E. 11. Stewart it CVs. jo21-tf
! Evans it Chalmers have just received
j a large stock of guns, rifles and sporting
j goods. Call and examine their stock.
Tho largest stock of lace curtains in
! the city and at bottom prices at E. II.
Stewart it Co.'s. jo21-tf
A beautiful stock of English Amer?
ican, and French plain and decorated
china tea, dinner and toilotsets at E. 11.
Stewart it Co.'s. jo31-tf
An elegant assortment of chamber
and parlor suits hay/! just been received
by E. II. Stewart & Co. jc21-tf
Clipped from Canada Presbyterian,
under signature of C. Blackett Robin?
son. Propr.: I was cured of oft recurring
billions headaches by Burdock Blood
Cure for Croup?Use Dr. Thomas'
I Eclectric Oil according to directions. It
j is the best remedy for all sudden attacks
I of colds, pain and inflammation, and in
I juries. _
bo done by keeping the family free from Dys?
pepsia, biliousness. Sick and* Nervous Hcud
i ache. Or. Lee's Liver Regulator is the remedy.
PrtcO 75c. Trial bottles t ree at
Fox & Christian's.
NOW IS THE THETSSpESa
your blood is full of impurities, digestion hu
; paired, appOi ItO poor, kidneys and liver torpid,
und tho whole system out Of order. Take Dr.
Lee'M I.lvcrltcgulnlor. Trial battles fret at
Fox it Christian's.
We most respectfully invite
the ladies of Roauoke and
vi ein it}' to our
Fall Millinery Opening
Of French pattern hats and
Tuesday and Wednesday, Oct. 7 and 8.
In addition to our grand difl^J
play of milliner)', we will ex?
hibit the finest selection of
Both foreign and domestic,
ever shown in this city; also
the largest and best selected
Of all the latest designs.
42 Salem Ave., S. W.
N. B.?No cards. tf
Lots at Bolmont.
Lots at West End. ' /
Lots at Ingleside. \
Lots at North Side. I
Lots at Molroso.
Lots at Midway. . .
Lots in Jannct Addition.
Lots in Exchange Addition.
Lots in Lewis Addition.
Lots in Rogers, Fairfax and Ilouston
Lots at Midway.
10 acres at Vinton adjoining the
Also businoss properties and lots In
all parts of tho city.
Chipman, lassie & Co.,
sepl"-lm 100 Salem avenue.
GENERAL MEETING OF THE",
ST( K'K HOLDERSOF TH E G LEN'S
FALLS LAND COMPANY.
There will he a general meeting of tho,
stockholders of .the"Glen's Falls Land
Company, held at the office of F. B.
Komp & Co., In the city of Uoanoke,1
Va., at S o'clock p. m., October 33, 1890?
By order of the Hoard of Directors,
W. S. GOOCH, president, $
soDt23-lm W. MACDOWELL, secretary