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new fall dress goods.
Aaxe opened an immense stoek 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, Bntterick patterns,
fashion sheets and delineators for" October jnst received.
134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia.
IMPORTER AND REPAIRER OF ?
Our Repairing Department
Is in charge of the very finest workmor that can bo had, anil wo guaranteed lo
work which cannot he duplicated in the city. Send your watches to
AND GET FIRST-CLASS WORK.
Geyer's Tailoring Parlors
Our steck 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.
?jW W WBJ
Wholesale and retail dealers in frame stuff, flooring, siding, laths and all
kinds of lumber. Call and see us.
Office: Didier Building, corner Jefferson St. and Third Ave.,
up stairs. novi-3m
C A. Huffman. .1. A. Gi.kasox. Si*kciai..
Huffman, Gleason & Company,
Real Estato Brokers, near S. V. and C. .v o. depots, Ituonu Vista. Va.
Ueal estate bought, sold or exchanged on commission. Bargains always
on hand. Parties desiring to buy will do well lo call or write to us.
The following is a list of the industries secured and in operation: Iron
furnace, completed, 8300,000; pulp and paper mills, in operation, $100,000;
saddle and harness factory, in operation, $10,000; lire brick works, in course
of construction, $100,000; steam tannery, in operation, $100,000; 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. $25,000; wire fence factory, in operation, $10,000; woolen mills,
completed, $70,000; electric light plot, in operation, $10,000; First National
Bank of Buena Vista, in operation, $50,000; Buena Vista Building and In?
vestment Co., Bankors, $81,000; Buena Vista Building and Improvement Co.,
$80,000; Buena Vista Advocate and job office, in operation, 85,000; egg crate
factory, completed, $50,000; Lexington Investment Co., in operation. $100,000;
Virginia Heal Estate Investment Co., in operation, 8100,000; three livery
stables, in operation, 810,000; engine and boiler plant, building, $300,000;
Basic Steel Works, organized, $500,000; sash, door and blind factory, $50,000;
planing mills and wood working establishment, $100,000; glassworks, organ?
ized, $200,000; total, 82,211,000
What People are Doing In and
Out of Roanoke.
The Young Men's Christiah Associa
tion will held a meeting' this afternoon
at -1 o'clock In the rooms over The
TiMKS office. The meeting is for men
only and will he under the charge of Mr.
H. A. .lones. The topic for considera
j tion is 'Reflecting too Late." or "A
I Lesson from the Life of 'The Rich
j Pool.'" Strangers are specially in
The Vinton dummy broke down about
j 9 o'clock Friday night, but was able to
resume business late yesterday lnorn
j iug. As a result, business men residing
in Vinton did not show up at their vari?
ous places with their accustome d regu?
larity. Some did. however, but say that
the walking was very poor.
.1. II. Wayt. grand high priest of the
Grand Chapter of Virginia, was in the
city yesterday. He left last night for
Staunton, his home.
Arinlslcnd (Hoy and Josephine, his
wife, negroes, wero lined $15 and costs
for keeping a bawdy house. Three white
men were arrested in the house, hut
their names are withheld by the police.
i Tlie I'tis.v iliiin of Industry Heard wn All
The Salem Improvement Company
has >i( ciiied to celebrate the anniversarv
of its first great sale of lots by offering,
on December ll and 12, at reasonable
prices, some of the most desirable and
valuable lots in that growing city. The
property is conviently heated, being
inside property, and is surrounded by
the landsof other strong companies, and
is bound to enhance greatly in value
Salem is moving the wheels of pro?
gress as fast, us any town in Virginia,
and tho very substantial manner in
which her business men are pushing
new enterprises to completion shows
conclusively that she will soon be a
great and Important commercial centre.
About 318 houses have been erected,
SI,000,000 spent in buildings and im?
provements. The population lias nearly
doubled in tin1 past twelve months.
Till: HOSPITAL ill ATTIC Us
Subscription Lists Distributed by tin*
Coin in i 11 <?<?.
Messrs. T. T. Fishburne, A. Pope and
llinton Helper have had distributed
throughout the prominent places in the
city, a subscription lislstothc proposed
These subscription lists are not only
Open to the citizens Of the city, but, till
others who are disposed to aid this
'The committee considers that argu?
ments on the merits of the proposed
movements are entirely unnecessary,
the object beiug a humane one that
, should interest every one who sympa
( thizes with his fellow-man.
Going into tbc Watch ItiiKincsH.
?lohn Jackson, a negro boy about IS
years of age, was dett en d stealing a
; watch at Picken's jewelry store on
Salem avenue. The employes of the
j store detained him until t lie police ar
rived, when lie was taken lo to the
station-house. A search of his room
revealed the fact that he was preparing
to go into the watch business on his
own account, as half a dozen watches
were found concealed in a box there.
He had an ugly-looking razor on him.
anil a charge of carrying concealed
weapons was registered against, him.
At Mayor Evans' reception yesterday
he entertained and disposed of the fol?
lowing invited guests:
?lohn Kehoo, drunk and down on the
William Thomas, too strong to work,
was taxed?5 as a vagrant.
Fat Collins, disturbing the peace of
the city. 85.
James Robinson, drunk and down,
helped up and charged 83,
Waxtko ? A good reliable boy who
has had experience in feeding presses
and understands something about Ihem. ?
Apply in person at once to Hammond's
Ituiiuwko lo Have an Orcbestriiii Hall.
The music of the big orchestrion, pur?
chased by Mr. Thompson, of 10 Nelson
si reel, corner Salem avenue, will soon
be heard in the Magic city, as the work?
men will commence putting it in order
this week, and hereafter Mr. Thomp?
son's saloon will be known us "Orchcs-I
Iran Hall.11 nov 10-lt j
The Pulpit ami tbc Sta??'.
Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United
liretbren Church, Hlue Mound, Kan.,
says: feel it my duly to tell what
wonders Dr. King's New Discovery has
done for me. My lungs were badly
diseased, and my pnrishoners thought. I
could live only a few weeks. 1 took j
live bottles of Dr. King's New Discovery
and am sound and wtdl. gaining lbs.,
Arthur Love, Manager Love's Funny i
Folks Combination, writes: '"After a
thorough trial and convincing evidence, ?
1 am confident Dr. King's New Discov?
ery for Consumption, beats them all. and 1
cures when everything else fails. The
greatest kindness 1 can do my many
thousand friends is to urge them to try
it." Free trial bottles at lludwell,
Christian & Harbee's Drug Store. Keg- j
lllar sizes 50c. and 31.
S. H. Clifford, New Cassell, Wis., was
troubled with neuralgia und rheu?
matism, his stomach was disordered, his
liver was affoctcd to an alarming degree,
appetite fell away, and he was terribly
reduced in flesh and strength. Three
bott les of Electric Hitters cured him.
Edward Shepherd, 1 larrisburg. III.,
had a Fanning sure on his leg of
eight years' standing. Used three bot?
tles of Elee trie Hitters and seven boxes
of Hucklen's Arnica Salve, and his leg
is sound anil well. John Speaker. Ca
tawba, O.. had live large fever sores on
his leg. doctors said he was incurable.
One bottle of Electric Hitters and one
box Hucklen's Arnica Salve cured him
entirely. Sold by Hud well, Christian A:
Harbee's drug store.
A Pure and Uoliablo Medicine.?A
compound fluid extract of roots, leaves,
barks and berries is Kurdoek Hlood Hit?
ters. They cure all diseases of the
blood, liver and kidneys.
Ml stin<;s CODKT.
In tlio Hustings court the following
cases wore disposed of ycslorduy:
A guard of one person was allowed to
accompany tho sergeant to convey
Moses Saundors and Joe Murrcll to tho
In tho easoof tho Roanoke and South?
ern railroad vs. 1). U. Harrington, the
order for a new committee was set aside.
In the case of Wllmer Hodgson vs.
Roanoke Street railway, a decree was
entered dissolving injunction heretofore
awarded by court.
A chancery decree was entered in the
case of (.'has. G. Henderson and others
vs. Ariana S. Henderson and others.
In the case of tho Roanoko and South?
ern railroad vs. Dr. H. II. Wait, on tho
report of committee, allowed Sii.ooo.
In the case of the Roanoko and South?
ern railroad vs. .Mrs. Word, evidence
partly heard and case continued to
IHK KOANOKK A Nil 80UTMKKN.
; The Work Continues to .Move on Rapidly.
I The contracts for the Roanoke and
Southern railroad are now being lot very
I rapidly and will be assigned by the 15th
? of next month. Contractor Conway,
! who is constructing the first four miles.
? is now established in camp at the baso
i ball grounds.
I 10. S. Moomaw & Co., arc constructing
two camps on the second Tour miles, ?nie
being al Cave Spring road and tllv)
other at l'eters".
1'errew A Co., have qualcrcd their
forces at Maggodeo flap.
Kliason Itros., of Wushington, D. C,
1 who have the contract for 1 he third four j
, miles, have made extensive prepara- j
: tions for the reception or their men and i
j will he ready for work next week.
Knabe, Kranich. Dach and New Eng
! land pianos and F.stcy organs are r< cog
? nir.ed as the leading instruments in the
musical line. A largo and complete
stock of these instruments can always
be found at the spacious warorooms of
the Hobble Music Company, Lynchburg,
Va. Bach now instrument warranted
live years. Catalogues free.
It will be good news to young men
, and belies contemplating the acquisi
j tion of shorthand. Ac. anil have a prc
? ference for the Pittmun system, to know
: that the National Business College, of
j this city, which employs none but
i thoroughly competent and experienced
' instructors, has arranged to leach this
popular system of Phonography in con?
nection with the New Rapid, and per?
sons wishing to enter this department
can have their choice. The class for
this system is now being formed, and 1
persons wishing to become members .
' are requested to report at the college in :
, person, or by lettt r addressed to col?
lege. Romemlier thai tin- demand for
shorthand writers is far in advance of
the supply and constantly increasing.
Prepare now. ' no v 10-11.
For earache, toothache, sore throat,
swelled mc!;. and tho results of colds ,
and inflammation, use Dr. Thoniiis'
Kclectrlc Oil?the great pain destroyer ,
Parlies contemplating building of any
nature will do well to address us for '?
estimates. Our manager is a practical .
buihb r. having had ten years' experi- !
once in New York. Buildings of every .
description, from a S100 cottage to u
mammoth factory. Correspondence
solicited and advico given free on any
(| lies tions concerning building. Roa- !
xokk Dt II.IMNi. A MI CoNst lil t l ION com- I
I'A.W. I'. O. box Ml.".. novl.'i-lf
I have analyzed the whiskey known
under tin1 brand of "B Select," con- '
trolled by .lullen Hinford, Richmond,
Va.,and lind it free from Fusil oil and |
ot her impurities, and it commend its use
for medicinal and family purposes. .1.
IS. McCAW, M. IX, late Professor of
Chemistry, Medical College of Virginia. ;
This reliable whiskey can be had at
Marshall's European Hotel. 15 Salem
avenue. Roanoke, Va. Oct.24-cotl2w
Ladies. Tals? Notice.
Mrs. Fred Brooks has openod an art |
exchange department at Brooks1 photo?
graph parlors, ground floor, opposite
postoltlcc. All kinds of fancy work sold j
on commission. Ladies wishing to dis?
pose of fancy work will do well to place
their work on sale here in time for the
holiday trade. OCt2S-tf
A child's firs! impression-;. "A. B. C." 1
but. in after life it is often needed for a !
In Holland, Mich., c. .1. Docshury '
publishes the News, and in its columns
strongly recommends Dr. Thomas1
Fchctrie- Oil for coughs, colds, sore ?
throat, catarrh and asthma.
.Join ! Join ! Join !
The Sexsennlal League of Philadel?
phia pays $1,000 in six years; 825 per'
week sick benefits; assessments, ?2.50.
For particulars address TKMI'I.K C. As
dkkson, box :.'T, Roanoke, Va. nov4-2w
Von are in it Hud fix.
But 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 1
lead to Premature Decay, Consumption i
or Insanity, should send for and read I
the "Book of Live," giving particulars
of a home cure. Sent (sealed) by ad
drcssipg Dr. Parker's Medical and Sur?
gical Institute. 151 North Spruce street.
- Nashville. Tonn. They guarantee a
cure or no pay.?The Sunday Morning,
Anyone desiring a phonographer and
typewriter, can procure same by ad?
dressing to postollice box 523. novll-lt
Worth Its Weight in Gold.
If a price can be placed on pain.
??Mother's Friend" is worth its weight
in gold as an alleviator. My wife suf
, fered more in ten minutes with either
I ol her other two children than she did
altogether with her last. having
previously used four bottles of
j "Mother's Friend." It is a blessing to
: any one expecting to become a mother,
says a customer of mine.
[Ikxdkusox Dalk, Druggist. Car mi, 111.
Write the Bradlield Regulator Co.,
Atlanta, On., for further particulars.
, Sold by druggists.
The hospital list is omitted for a short
time. Those who wish to subscribe
still may do so and their mimes will be
appended to the new list, wiun to ap?
pear in these columns.
Ol.n exchanges for stile at Till'. TlMKS
ofllee; 20 cents per 100.
Tho postofflce Is open from 8 o'clock n. in. to
7 p. tn. Money order and roKlstored letter de?
partment, fruin 8a. in. to Up. m.
Ocnernl delivery and letter-carriers' win?
dow open from 10 a. lu. to 11 a. m., und from tl
p. in. to 7 p. in.
F rom the West and South. 8n. m.
From the Nurtli and Hust. t? o. m. and 0 p. m.
From l.ynchlnirK und Intermediate points,
From Poeahontas and Intermediate points,
10:30 a. in.
For the West and South, 7 a. in.; 0:30 a. m.
and 5 p. m.
For tho North and East, S a. in.; 0:30 a. in.
and 0:30 p. m.
For Lynchhurfr, Virginia "Special," 3 p. m.
For the North via S. V. lt. lt., r> a. in.
Collections from street letter boxes, 0 a, m.| 1
p. in.; 4 p. in. and S:,KI p. ill.
Sundays, 11 a. m. and 7:30p.m.
Special collections from the boxes near Nor?
folk and Western offices, corner Saloiu avenue
und Jefferson streut und all of the hotels, 'M
minutes before the closing of all mails.
42 Salem Ave.,
Have received the largest stock of im?
ported and domestic dress fabrics over
shown in this city, consisting of Bno
dress robes, bouclas, cashmeres, henri
ettas and flannels in striped and plain.
Their stock of black dress goods at'O
novels of beauty, consisting of plain
and fancy stripes In cashmeres, serges
and Henriettas, and a dozen different
ipialities of silk warp henriettas. ?
Cloak and Shawl Department.
i In this department you will find the
; largest and best selected stock of ladies',
1 misses' and children's wraps from tho
; finest plush to the cheapest cloth.
I Plush astrican and cloth capes in all
1 styles and colors. An endless variety
i oT shawls at very low prices.
Full line of blankets, comforts, quilts
; in all colors and prices. You'd ho
, astonished to see how cheap they offer
j their good-;. An all-wool lox l white or
, red blanket for 33.50.
We will wait on you promptly if you
want yourself or baggage carried to any j
point in the city. MAOtC ClTY TltANS
pekCo., 112 Jeffctson St. novl3-tf
The Stenographic Bureau, room 7.
Masonic Temple, will send an expert !
stenographer and type writer to any of
fieo. Call up telephone I5Q. novh-lm j
Call Up telephone 150 und have a Sten
ographcrscnt to your olllco to do your 1
correspondence or any other work you
may wish done. The Stenographic and I
Type Writing Bureau, room 7, Masonic :
Temple, will furnish you one. nov5-lm j
Stenographers and typo writers sent j
to any part of the city. Call up tele?
phone 150 or send tho work to the Sten?
ographic and T\ poWriting Bureau, room
".. Masonic Temple. nov.Vlui
SI.on to $5.00 saved on railroad tickets
bought of S. A. Viel:. Palace Hotel, only
association broker in Boanoke. nov3-lm
Hughes it Camp carry the largest
stock of carriages, buggies, harness, sad- I mings in cut steel,
dies, horse-furnishing goods, and horse- j and colored gimps,
boots in the city. Repairing done on
short notice. Telephone No. Ill, 153
Salem avenue, 152 Terry avenue.
Mattresses of all kinds made to order
by E. 11. Stewart & Co. * je2 l-tf
Evans & Chalmers have tho largest
stoclc of oils, varnishes and Longman
and Martinez paint ever brought to Bo?
Stoves! stoves! stoves! cheaper
than ever at M. II. Jennings ? Co.. Sa?
lem avenue, near Market House.
Buy your cooking stoves from M. II.
Jennings x- Co., near Market House, Sa?
lem avenue. . I
This department embraces all thw
; new and different quulitii of ladies',
I misses' and children's underwear in
j wool and cotton, both plain and ribbed.
Notion and Fancy Goods Department..
Hero will be found everything in.
notions and fancy goods, such us corsets,
hose, gloves, laces, Hamburgs, handker?
chiefs, collars and cuffs, dress trim
black, silver, gold
ilk fringes, and all.
new styles of dress trimmings can bit
found in this department.
The largest and best selected stock of
table linens, napkins and towels.
Stamped goods of every pattern and at
; very low prices.
Load plows, road scrapers, and all
kinds of railroad and mineral supplies
at E\ nn - X Chalmers.
In this de partment they are crowded
with all the latest styles of French pat?
tern nuts and lion nets, also all tho nov- .
cities in birds, feathers, ostrich tips, JJ
plushes, velvets and ribbons. They -.liso
show an immense steck of bahv socks,
hoods, cloaks and capes. All they ask
lion of their immense stock
Otis makes and
For fire insurant.
?In sts of vari
lC. IL Stewart
call at the olllco of
and Sale I li?
the >t f
the Roanoko Trust. Loan
Evans X. Chalmers have just received
a car loud each of sash weights,
powder, old hickory wagons, cider milis,
sash, doors and blinds.
A large and beautiful stock of carpets
and rugs in newest styles can be found
at E. 11. Stewart & Co's. jfJI-tf
Evans X- 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 X. Co.'s. je21-tf
A beautiful stock of English Amer?
ican, ami French plain and decorated
china tea, dinner and toilet sets at E. II.
Siewart X. Co.'s. je:.'l-tf
An elegant assortment of chamber
and parlor suits have just been received
by E. II. Stewart X ('i
42 Salem Avenue.
you good s
?public SALL of stock.
The following named subscribers tol
the capital Stock of the Crystal Spring!
: Land Company, having failed to pay tho|
Hrsl and second call on the said Stock,
: as required by the president and boardl
of directors of said Company, in pursu-^
! ance of ii resolution of the board of di?
rectors of said Company, the stock pi
said delinquent subscribers in said Com?
pany will, on WEDNESDAY, the l to HI
, day of November, 1800, sit 13:00 o'cloc!
i m.. in front of tho Courthouse, in tin
1 city of Boanoke. Va.. be .sold at punlic
? auction Tor cash.
Ssiid calls were esieh for 10 per cent.
i the amount subsurilied, and were pays
: hie on or before the 20th day of March
IS0O, and tho Ji'.tli day of July, lS'.it),
DO YOU SUFFER
ili^est ion or Sick HeadacheYou ran be
cured by usIiik Dr. B.ee'n Liver ife;;n
lator. Price75f. Try it. Trial bot ties free at
Fox X Christian's.
TOOK THE HINT.
who suffered many
yours with Dyspepsia and Indigestion, used
l>r. B.ee s I,ivor lli'L'iil:tt(?-und whs cured,
after nil other medicines lulled. Try It; 750.
Trial bolt U>s tree at
Fox X ('brist bin's.
The lending house in Southwest
We are now serving the celebrated
LYNN HAVEN BAY OYSTERS
Name of Sub?
c. L. Miller.
W. E. Dodd.
. II. b, Kipps.
I Robert Warsoin .. ?
W. II. Hcndren...
1 J. W. Maupin.
II. P. Clements. . .
B. IC. Beckner. . ..
L. B. llanos.
' t borge Rlldlsill. . .
' B. L. Greenwood..
1 J. II. Hunter.
W. II. Lookabill..
L. Lookabill. 1
W. II. Henderson. . . :t
i .1. W. Singleton. .".
G. W. Bowers. D)
: C. W. Dooly. f,
C. M. Dooly. ?
i A .1. Davis:. 10
Charles A. Zube. :">
George T. Moore.... 5
H. S. TROUT, Preside
W. S. MeCLANAH AN. Secretary.
TIIOS. W. MILLER, Attorney.
In every style?Fried, Stewed, Broiled,
etc., and we make a specialty of
FUQUA & BOA
In addition, we have the finest i Tinners,
Pool and Billiard Parlor
in the State.
Ladies' and Gents' Dining
Rooms up stairs.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Chas. J. Ormsby,
Heating by Steam, Hot Wator or
(i, outterixo, SrOtriNG
401 JEFFERSON ST.,
Estimates cheerfully giver on this
of work. jo?-6i|?
Reference: Banks and business men of Danville.
U^E. HC- TE)2sr2^ri^TO-S 6z ccf
Real estate agents and stock brokers, Glasgow, Va., dosiro to makf
known their firm belief in the future growth and enhancement of valuos j
Glasgow. We will use our best judgment in advising our customers 0
localities in our town for the best investments and quickest proilts. Corre
pond with us before day of sale for particulars of sale and best locations
investment. > noTl