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NEW FALL DRESS GOODS.
^Tave 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.
W. A. HELLMAN,
OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT,
' H. SILVERTHORN,"
importer and repairer of
Our Repairing Department
"I.s in charge of the very finest workmor that can ho had, ami wo guarantee!: io
work which cannot ho duplicated in the city. Send .your watches to
AND GET FIRST-CLASS WORK.
Geyer's Tailoring Parlors.
Our stock having been destroyed by fire, we have just
received an entire new line of goods which we should be
glad to have our patrons and the people of Roanoke,
generali}', call and examine. No trouble to show goods.
Bedford City Real Estate and Stocks.
Ceo. L. Colgate & Co.,
?gents, Bedford. Oitgr, "^7"a>.
Wholesale and retail dealers in frame stiilT, flooring, siding, latlis and all
kinds of lumber. Call and soo us.
Office: Didier Building, corner Jefferson St. and Third Ave.,
up stairs. novi-:im
C A. Huffman. .1. A. Gi.kason. Sfkciai..
Huffman, Gleason & Company,
Heal Estate Brokers, near s. V. and C. A o. depots, Uucnn Vista, Va.
Real estate bought, sold or exchanged on commission. Bargains always
on hand. Parties desiring to buy will do well to . all or write to us.
The following is a list of tho industries secured and in operation: Iron
furnace, completed, 8300.000; pulp and paper mills, in operation, S100,000;
saddle and harness factory, in operation. SI0,000; fire brick works, in course
of construction, $100,000; steam tannery, in operation. Si00,000; planing mills
and lumber yards, in operation. ?20,000; furniture and chair factory, in opera?
tion, (10,000; red brick works, in operation, $30,000; Wise wagon works, in
operation, 825,000; wire fence factory, in operation, SI0.000; woolen mills,
completed, 870,000; electric light plot, in operation, 810,000: Kirsl National
Rank of Uucnn Vista, in operation. 8.10,000; Puena Vista Building and In?
vestment Co., Rankers, 881,000; Bucna Vista Building and Improvement Co.,
880,000; Buena Vista Advocate and job olhco, in operation, 85.000; egg crate
factory, completed. 850,000; Lexington Investment Co.. in operation. Slot).tum:
Virginia Real Estate Investment Co.. in operation. 8100,000; three livery
stables, in operation, 810,000; engine and boiler plant, building. 8300,000;
Basic Steel Works, organized, 8500,000; sash, door and blind factory, 850,000;
planing mills and wood working establishment, 8100,000; glass works, organ?
ized, $200,000; total, 82,311,000,
ROANOKE'S COLORED DIVES.
West Railroad Avenue, as Seen
on Saturday Night.
Negro Men and Women Crowilnil To?
ut Mi? r in Mi mi t Irs Tin- Reporter Ih
Asked to Drink--The Interior of the
Oniiec-hull, Where "Swlnn Vour I'nrt
iierV in the Cry.
Possibly thoro is no place in tho oily
that is more unfrequented by the average
oltizen than the north side of Railroad
avenue, and especially between Jeffer?
son street and the electric light works.
Starting at the corner of Henry street
and Railroad avenue last night, a Timks
representative made the round of lin?
dens along that thorough fart*.
The first two shanties tire boarding
and eating houses.
r'roni twenty to thirty negroes sleep j
nightly in each of these houses.
Colored women can he seen nightly |
during th<> warm weather sithing with?
out the doors of these abodes.
The next, stop was lluddlcston's at
So. H2. It was packed.
In the front room in which was lo?
cated the bar were colored men ami wo?
men to the number of fully llfty.
Sundry remarks were made about, the
presence of "That there white man."
and oilers to drink were rejected w ith
Through the courtesy of the proprietor
the reporter was shown into the dance
hall, where only the elect, that is these
who are able to pay ten cents, are ad?
The scene there was a strange sight.
In a room about ten by twenty were
crowded a number of negroes.
All of them were drunk or getting so
and perspiring freely.
The orchestra consisted of a lone ne?
gro, who thrummed a twine on a dys?
The dancing- is for the most part con?
fined to square dances as tin1 heart of
the negroes seems to be highly pleased
when he can swing his lady round and
round. "Swing partners*1 and "Swing
corners*' were the cries.
A mulatto woman called figures for
the occasion and seemed full of beer and ,
the dignity of her ottlce.
In the intermission between two
dances a little colored tot about six
years of age was brought out on the
Passing from here, several other dives
They are all on a much smaller scale.
Next to the Stove Works is a little
tent, about ll feet square, in which are
a bar. restaurant and the residence of
Passing over east of .lell'orson street
the saloons are of a much better olas-.,
and the patronage confined oliietly to
In one little place, however. Were
foundabout twenty Italians, all speak?
ing the language of sunny Italy in loud
It seems that they were bargaining
for l heir supper.
They have just arrived from Austra ia
and are to go to work in I'ocahoittns.
They are promised the pleasure of
sleeping in the jail to-night, as they
have no other place to stay.
Shall Women he Delegates'.'
A i the last session of the general con
! ference of the Methodist Church tho
question of admitting women as lay
delegates w as discussed, and was finally
left to the lay members of the ehurch.
The vote on ibis question will bo
taken ai Lee -street to-day after the
morning ser\ ice.
AH members of the church, twenty
one years and over, have a right to vote,
and the result is looked forward to with
e msidcrahlc interest.
.1. II. liluckhum and A. S. Meacham
will rt ceive and count the ballots.
The <?'> psrv Itaron.
The Courted Opera Company will ap?
pear at the Opera House, in this city,
on the night of the 18th in the "IJypscy
This Is one .lohnun Strauss1 master?
pieces and has been presented with
great success throughout the Country.
The company is unite a large one. be?
ing composed of rorty-llve people, and
every one who takes advantage of this
treat will welcome them again.
About I'J o'clock yesterday Messrs. It.
' V. Harvey and N. !?'. Norvel were on
their way to Salem in a buggy, when
the harness broke, causing the horse to
Mi-. Norvel was knocked out of the
buggy by a rail protruding from the
fence along the road, and was run over
by the buggy and painfully injured.
'The horse was stopped by Mr. Ilar\ey.
who w as uninjured.
'Too M neh Moonshine.
Olllcer Pet void and Vest dr.. brought
to the station house last night about
11:30 o'clock a job lot comprising one
horse, one wagon, one hag of miscellany,
a blanket, and a very much inebriated
countryman acting as an envelope for
an enormous amount of "moonshine:"
several bottles of which in all stages of
emptiness were found in his pockets,
lie was locked up and his team im
pounded pending sobriety and an exam?
ination by t he mayor.
A Sc? ere Cut.
Little Rose Didier, daughter of Ed?
mund Didier, met. with a very painful
accident yesterday morning.
While at play in the street in front of
the Didier residence she fell on some
tools, carelessly left, by some workmen,
and received quite a deep cut over the
WANTKH A good reliable boy who
has had experience in feeding presses
und understands something about them.
Apply in person at once to HAMMOND'S
Have used Dr. Thomas' Kclectric Oil
for croup and colds, and declare it a pos?
itive cure. Contributed by Win. Kay.
570 Plymouth Ave.. Ruffalo, N. V.
I.inllrs. Take Not ire.
Mrs. Fred Rrooks has oponod an art
oxohangcdepartment at Rrooks1 photo?
graph parlors, ground floor, opposite
postofllce. All kinds of fancy work sold
on commission. Ladies wishing to dis
DO80 of fancy work will do well to place ;
their work on sale here in time for the i
holiday trade. 00t-)8-tf
What People are Doing In and
Out of Roanoke.
W. W. Anderson, of Mr. A. 1?'. Rav
ond's office, Norfolk and Western rail?
road, returned from Lynohburg on busi?
ness for tbe company yesterday.
Chief of Police Morris is improving,
and was able to be out for a short while
The members of the police force were
made happy yesterday by the receipt of
their pay for the month of October. Sev?
eral of the waggishly inclined claimed
interest for the eight days it was over?
due, but did not press the matter.
The amount of fines collected for the
month of October amounted to a sum 50
per cent, in excess of tbe salaries of the
combined force. For the limited num?
ber of men on the ' force, and the large
and difficult territory they have to
cover, this is a clever showing.
.1 11. Quarlos, a negro, was arrested
last night, charged with being drunk
and disorderly and with having threat?
ened to cut Warner Thomas'throat with
a dangerous looking knife, lie was
locked up at tbe station to await ex?
Officer I'et/.old and Vest.Jr.. last night
arrested a man on Salem avenue giving
his name as itaucr. Chargesof oonunit
iug a nuisance, drunk and disorderly,
and resisting arrest were lodged against
11. K. Ambler, of Mnehanan. who has
been in the city on business, left hist
Charles I,annahmt, a white man, was
arrested by Officer Weedonat midnight,
last night, for carrying concealed wea?
pons and shooting a pistol on the si roots.
Jacob Whito was arrested by Officer
brown for carrying concealed weapons
Another case of assault and highway
robbery was reported to the police from
the neighborhood of Edge wood avenue,
yesterday, but the victim refused to dis?
close his name.
Huilrund Avenue Contributes Its l sunt
Amount to the City fund.
At the mayor's court yesterday Dennis |
Itlakerslec, white, charged with being
drunk and disorderly, was lined 85.
Mary Miller, a negro woman from I
Railroad avenue, was fined 810.73 for
Lulu Patrick, another denizen of that
delectable locality, was fined 85.50 for
the same olfense. In disposing of these
two cases Mayor Evans told these wo?
men that be would impose the extrem"
penalty for all further violations of the
law in that locality, and also notified a
number of them to leave Uoanoke under
penalty of being committed to jail under
tin- vagrany ordhmcc.
William Welder, the young white
man arrested on various charges, in con?
nection with "iis driving olf with Walt r
Camp's buggy the night before, was
lined >*.'..Mi for fasl driving and 82 for
disorderly conduct. After bis inter?
view with Mayor Evans be was con?
ducted to 'Squire llowerton's office,
where tbe further penalty of 850 was
imposed upon him for stealing the
V. M. f. A. NOT ICS.
Special Arraufrciiifiils Made for the Week
Arrangements have been completed
by the Voting Men's Christian Associa?
tion of this city for the observance of
the week of prayer for young men and
Young Men's Christian Associations,
which begins November'.Ith.
This season Is observed by the asso?
ciations throughout tho world. Rev. C.
Armand Miller, of Salem. Va., basbeen
engaged by the Roanoke Association
to conduct all the services during the
The Hrst of Ibis series will be hold in
the Greene Memorial Methodist Church
this afternoon at I o'clock, to which the
public is invited. Each evening during
the week the service will be held in the
rooms of the association at S o'clock for
men only. These meetings will be very
interesting 'and consist of brief addresses
by young men. (loud singing will be a
special feat lire.
Malclt (.Mine of Pool.
A mulch game of pool was played last
night at Ormsby's Cafe, between Messrs.
brooks, of Italtlmore, and Wallace, of
this city, for 8100 a side, and was w on
by brooks, he winning eleven out of
twenty games. Considerable interest
was manifested in tbe result, and a
large crowd witnessed the contest anil
liberally applauded the many brilliant
and Scientific shots which were made.
M. T. .1. .Ionian, advertises in an?
other column a number of desirable
lots for sale. They are on Jefferson
and Clark streets, and in Itclmont, West
End and Mountain View.
The International Cigarette Machine
Company advertise several shares of
I the stock of the company, upon which
assessments have not been paid for.
Sale at auction December lit.
The Times aw an Advertiser.
Tiik Timks of yesterday related ihn
the mayor received a telegram of in?
quiry concerning tho whereabouts of one
.1. ]/. Redfern. As a result of the pub
, lication bed fern called at the mayor's
' office later in tho day. He had been
quite ill and unable to communicate
1 with bis friends.
The Young Men's Christian Associa
tion extends a cordial invitation to all
persons, both ladies and men to attend
the initial service of the week of
prayer, which will beheld this afternoon
at I o'clock, at the Greene Memorial
Methodist Church. Rev. C. Armand
Miller, of Salem, Va., will conduct this
service. Subject: "The War Cry of
A Ki l l, ami complete stock of Knabe,
Kranick and bach and New England
! pianos and F.stey organs can always be
, found at the warerooms of the Hobble
Music Company', l.yncbburg. Va. In
addition to these new instruments they
can furnish you good second-hand ones
at moderate prices. Write or call on
them for prices.
The hospital list is omitted for a short
time. Those who wish to subscribe
still may do so and their names will be
appended tojjtbe new list, soon to ap?
pear in these columns.
VOSTOKITt'K Ol K1 :( '?'(> 1C V.
The postoHli-o Is opon from S o'clock n. on. to
7 p.m. Money order and registered letter de?
partment, from su. in. to Dp. in.
GonoraJ delivery und lot tor-curriers' win?
dow open from in a. in. to 11 a. in., and from U
p. m. to 7 p. in.
F rom the Wont und South, 8?. m.
From tin! North ami Fust. Si a. ill. and 0 p. in.
From Lynetiburg und Intermediate points,
10::tU u. iii.
From l'ocnhoutuH and intermediate points,
10:M u. m.
For tho West and South, 7 u. m.l 9:30 a. m.
uml ft p. in.
For tho North und Fust, 5 a. in.; Ih'JO a. iu.
and U::M) p. in.
For I.ynclihiirg. Virginia "Special," .'J p. in.
For tho North via S. V. U. lt., ft a. in.
Collootions from street lottor boxes, Da, in.: 1
p. in.; 4 p. m. uml K:.K1 p. in.
Sundays, It a. tu. und 7?W p.m.
Special collections from the boxes near Nor- ?
folk ami Won torn offices, corner Salom avenue
nnd Jefferson street und all <>r the hotels, ai j
minutes before the closing ?'f all mails.
The Stenographie llurcnu, room 7,
Masonic Temple, will send'an expert
stenographer and type writer to any of- !
tiee. Call up telephone 150.
Call up telephone 150 and have a sten?
ographer sent to your olllcu to do your
correspondence or any other work you
may wish done. The Stenographic anil
Type Writing liureau, room 7. Musdnic
Temple, will furnish you one.
Stenographers and type writers sent
to any part of the city. Call up tele?
phone 150 or semi the work to the Sten?
ographic and Typewriting liureau. room
7. Masonic Temple.
SI.00 to $5.00 saved on railroad tickets
hought of s. A. Viek, t'alacc Hotel, only
association broker in Roanoke. nov3-lm
Hughes ?\; Camp carry the largest
stock of carriages, buggies, harness, sad- i
dies, horse-furnishing goods, and horse- '
boots in the city. Repairing done on
short notice. Telephone No. Ill, 153 |
Salem avenue, 153 Terry avenue.
Mattresses of all kinds made to order
by B. II. Stewart A Co. je'Jl-tf
Kvans & Chalmershavo tho largest
stock of oils, varnishes and Longman
and Martinez paint ever brought to Ro
Stoves! stoves! stoves! cheaper!
than ever at M. II. Jennings Co., Sa?
lem avenue, near Market House.
liny your cooking stoves from M. II. !
Jennings .V Co., near Market House, Sa?
lem avenue. (?
Road plows, road scrapers, and all
kinds of railroad and mineral supplies
at Kvans A Chalmers.
Refrigerators and ice chests of vari?
ous makes and sizes n't B. II. Stewart
& CO. jc2l-tf
For fire insurance call at the otli<.f
the Itoanoke Trust, Loan and Safe De?
posit. Co. ibcjstf
Kvans X- Chalmers have just received
a ear load each of sash weights,
powder, old hickory wagons, ci lot' mills,
sash, door-, ami blinds.
A large and beautiful stock of carpets
and rugs in newest styles can be found
at K. II. Stewart A CVs. je'Jl-tf
Kvans A Chalmers have just received
a large stock of guns, rttlcsnnd sporting
goods. Call and examine t heir stock.
The largest stuck of lace curtains in
the city and at bottom prices at K. II.
Stewart A Co.'s. je2l-tf
A beautiful stock of English Amer?
ican, and French plain and decorated
china tea. dinner and toilet sets at K. II.
Stewart A Co.'s. je'Jl-tf
An elegant assortment of chainhor
and parlor suits have just been received
by K. II. Stewart A Co. je'.'l-tf
Tm: Rt'imiK'K I'i.axt isone of the liest
: diuretics or Kidney regulators in the
vegetable world, ?and the compound
known as Ihlrduck Rlood Litters is un?
surpassed in all diseases of the kidneys,
liver and blood.
So.MK ItKMAItKAItLK Cl'KKS of deafness
are recorded of Dr. Thomas' Kclectric
Oil. Never fails to cure earache.
Oi.n exchanges for sale at Tut: Timks
olllco; :.'<' cents per |0t>.
The ruin of people?demagogues.
Relief to people with bad blood???A. 1'..
she Was Completely Cured.
A daughter of my customer suffered
from suppressed menstruation, nnd her
? health was completely wrecked. At my
suggestion she used one bottle of lirad
ford's Female Regulator, which cured
her. .1. \V. IHolums, Wafer Valley.
Write the liradfiehl Rcgultator Co.,At?
lanta, (In., for particulars. Sold by all
Von are lu a Kail Fix.
Hut we will cure you if you will pay
us. Nervous and Debilitated, suffering
from Nervous Debility, Seminal Weak?
ness, and all tho effects of early evil
habits, or later Indiscretions, which
b ad to Premature Decay, Consumption
or Insanity, should semi for and read
the "Rook of Live." giving particulars
of ii home cure. Sent (sealed) by ad?
dressing Dr. Parker's Medical and Sur?
gical Institute, 15] North Spruce street
Nashville, Tonn. They guarantee a
cure or no pay.?Tho Sunday Morning.
List of letters reuuiininu' in (lie Pesic Hue
' Saturday, Novoinbor ?. ISMO.
i Akers. Charles It. Leo, O. C.
I Hunks. W. M. I.ouls. I'onoy.
I Itlndon, John (.. bciintmch. Harry V.
I Cooper, .laiucs F. Mimscy, V. M.
! Chirk, M. II. Nertlctt. F.. A.
Dovel, W. It. Oliver, .1. II.:?
i Ford. J. It. Pointer, F. v. s.
Forbes. .1. F., S Peters, David.
1 Tmnev. JamesBevorly.ltoynolds, C. M.
t Joyhne, W. ti. Klohnnlson. J. It.
j (HhlHlUS, Drew. Ibiwlingft, Willie.
; fiarland, Oscar. lloblnson, John. !
, H?glau, James. Sunns, it. s.
! Hetcgenfrltz, Gco. Sul'shur", K. II.
! Hern, .1. II. Smith. W. W.
1 Hill, A. C. Stokes. W. M.
, Jnekson.Oco.il. Thomas, James It.
' James & Ilms, w.c. Thomas, s. I-;.
I Johnson, I.. Thomas, \V. .1.
I Kerne, Itobt.W. Watson, Wllllo.
Leslie, Alox..S Watson, W. I'.
1 Lipford. Churllo.
; Angle, Joe. K. Howard, Judlo H.
, linnnnnon, Nannie J. Iluslieii, Luiwlo Itetlly.
1 rtowmann, I.lllle. Jefferson. Snllle.
Roleber, Mary Lou. Myhus, May.
Chopmnn. F.f. M anon, Thomas H.
Dent, Snllle. Mndox, Pntsoy.
Dennis, Anna. Miller, Lillic.
Early, Kosh. Randolph, Ida M? col.
Fumia. Jennie. Sanders. Maria*
Klald, Alice. Williams, rannte s.
dray, Kiev. Winston, Nannie.
Persons calling for u tters will please Bay ihcy
aroadvortlsed. A. s. Asukiu.y. P. M.
42 Salem Ave.,
Have, received tho largest slock of im?
ported and domestic dross fabriou ever
shown in tlds city, consisting of tin?
dress rohes, houclas, cashmeres, uenri
ottas and flannels in striped and plain.
Their stock of black dress goods am
novels of beauty, consisting of plain
and fancy stripes in cashmeres, serges
and Henriettas, and a dozen different
qualities of silk warp honrlcttas.
Cloak and Shawl Department.
In this department you will find tho
largest and best selected stuck of ladies",
misses' and children's wraps from the
littest plush to the cheapest cloth,
l'lush astrican and cloth capes in all
styles and colors. An endless variety
of shawls at very low prices.
Full line of blankets, comforts, quilts
in all colors and prices. You'd be
astonished to see how cheap they offer
their goods. An all-wool lo.vl white or
red blanket Tor Sll.iSO.
This department embraces all tlu
new and different qualities of ladies',
misses' and children's underwea1- in
wool and cotton, both plain and ribbed.
Notion and Fancy Goods Department.
Here will be found everything in
notions and fancy goods, such as corsets,
hose, gloves, laces. Hamburgs, handker?
chiefs, collars and cuffs, dress trim?
mings in cut steel, black, silver, gold
and colored gimps, silk fringes, and all
new styles of dress trimmings oan bo
found in this department.
Tho largest and best selected stock of
tablo linens, napkins and towels.
Stamped goods of every pattern and at.
very low prices.
In this department they aro crowded
with till the latest styles of F re nob oat
tern hats and bonnets, also till tho nov?
elties in birds, feathers, ostrich tips,
plushes, velvets and ribbons. Thej also
show an immense stock of bnbv socks,
hoods, cloaks and capes. All they ask
is an inspection of their immense stuck
and low prices.
42 Salem Avenue.
Oppenheim & Go.'s
lilt 'ommcrce street.
FINE OLD RYE WHISKIES,
i lover Club. Golden Crown. Olivette,
Monticcllo, Oppenholm's Choice and
ot bet's are always kept in.slick, as arc
also North Carolina Sweet Mash Corn
and pure French ami nntivo cognacs.
Analyzed by the Lest, professors.
ITii" A restaurant, connected with the
bar. serves all tin- luxuries of the sea?
son well cooked ami served.
Received daily from Baltimore and
Norfolk', served in llaltimoro style.
Dining room lirst-class in every particu?
lar. Call and see us.
pURLIC SALE OK STOCK.
The following named subscribers to
the capital stock of t he Crystal Spring
band Company, having failed to pay the
Hrst and second call on the said stock,
as required by tho president and board
of directors of said Company, in pursu?
ance of a resolution of tho board of di?
rectors of said Company, the stook of
said delinquent subscribers in said Com?
pany will, on WEDNESDAY, tho 10th
day of November, 1800, at 12:00 o'clock
in., in front of the Courthouse, in the
city of Roanokc, Va., bo sold atpoolic
auction for cash.
Said calls wen> each for lOpor oont. of
the amount subscribed, and were paya?
ble on or before the 20th day of March,
1800, and the SGth day of July, 1890, re?
"1 -1 1,7
? ? 3 O 3 ?
Name nf Sub- = f B% fa
neriber. AtO < o
J. ,T. Feather. 3 S 200 S 4i>
C. I,. Miller. ? 500 100
W. B. Dodd. S 500 100
II. R. Kipp?. 10 1,000 200
Rohort Warsom. 500 'ni>
W. II. llendren. aoo ?'.<?
J. W. Maupin. 5 ? 500 100
II. I*. Clements. B 500 101)
R. K. Bccknor. 1 10? '-'<>
L R. Hanes. i<> 1.000 200
Goorgo Rudisill. 5 sno 100
U. L. Greenwood- 1 100 20
J. II. Hunter. 10 1,000 200
W. II. Lookabill.... 1 100 20
L. Lookabill. 1 100 -.-i>
W. II. Henderson. . . 3 300 ?',<)
J. W. Singleton. "> 500 10O
(i. W. Rowers. 10 1,000 200
c. w. Dooly. 5 500 100
C. M. Dooly. 5 500 ion
A J. Davis:. 10 1,000 200
Charles A. Zube. ... 5 500 10O
George T. Moore- 5 500 100
H. s. Tlt'oFT. President.
W. S. Mi CLAN AH AN, Secretary.
THOS. W. MILLER, Attorney.