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NEW FALL DRESS GOODS.
SNYDER & MACBAIN
^Jave 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
jngs, new blankets, comforters, hosiery and underwear,
zeplryr and Saxon}' yarns in all shades, Butterick patterns,
fashion sheets and delineators for October just received.
? 134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia.
W. A. HELLMAN,
OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT,
IMPORTER AND REPAIRER OF
Our Repairing Department
I? in chargo of tho very finest, workmcr that can he had, and we guarantcot lo
work which cannot be 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,
generally, call and examine. No trouble to show goods.
Bedford City Real Estate and Stocks.
Geo. L. Colgate & Co
a D W ?viP W W 0 ^ Vj&Z IVB^UU G fhx_ 9
Wholesale and retail dealers in frame b til IT, flooring, siding, laths and all
kinds of lumber. Call and seo us.
Office: Didier Building, corner Jefferson St. and Third Ave.,
up stairs. novl-3in
C a. Huffman. J. A. Gi.kasom. Special.
Huffman, Gleason & Company,
Real Estate Brokers, near S. V. and C. & O. depots, Buena Vista, Va.
Real estate bought, sold or exchanged* on commission. Bargains always
on hand. Parties desiring to buy will do well to call or write to us.
The following is a list of tin? industries secured and in operation: Iron
furnaoe, completed, 8300,000; pulp and paper mills, in operation, $100,000;
aaddlo and harness factory, in operation, $10.000; Are brick works, In course
of oonstructio.i, 8100,000; 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
oporation, 82.1,000; wire fence factory, in operation, 310,000; woolen mills,
completed, $70,000; electric light, plot, in operation, 310,000; First National
Bank of Buona Vista, in operation, $50,000; Buena Vista Building and In?
vestment Co., Rankers, 881,000; Buena Visla Building and Improvement Co.,
$80,000; Iiuona Vista Advocate and job ofllce, in oporation, 85,000; egg crato
factory, comploted, $50,000; Lexington Investment Co., in operation, 8100,000;
Virginia Roal Estato Investment Co., in operation, 8100,000; threo livery
stables, in oporation, 810,000; engino and boner plant, building, 8300,000;
Basis Steel Works, organized, $500,000; sash, door and blind factory, $50,000;
planing mills and wood working establishment, 8100,000; glass works, organ
l?efl, $500,000; toUl, $2,011,000
What People are Doing in and
Out of Roanoke.
Messrs. W. P. Strawbridgo and W. V.
Wiloy, of Norrisville, Md., aro in Roa?
noke with a view of investing in real
Mr. R. M. Look wood was in tho city
yesterday prospecting for investments
in Roanoke real estate.
Mr. J. R. Strickler, proprietor of the
Strickler Houso at Front Royal, has
been spending a day or two taking in
the sights of the "Magic City."
Mrs. Dr. Stovall and daughter were at
Hotel Felix yesterday.
Mary .lane Allen was arrested last
night by Officer Poj/.old on a warrant
sworn out by Lou l'ayne.
Some oT tin- Attractions for tin- Next Few
??Rootles* Baby," a military comedy,
adapted from the novel of that name by
.lames Strange Winter, will be pro- j
sented at the Opera House to-morrow !
night. The east is quite a strong one.
The part of "Mignon," otherwise known
as "Booties' Baby.", is taken by little
She is one of the numerous child ac?
tresses that have sprung up within the
last few years and compares favorably j
with Klsie Leslie, Tommy Russell and
others of that class.
Those that have read the- novel will!
appreciate the situations in the play,
ami a large bouse is predicted for Satur- j
EvangeltnG will appear at the Opera I
House the 24th inst. Of this the Njow
York Daily Nows says: Rice's "Evange ;
line"' is a household word as well known j
as the author from whom tho story was
taken. Miss Goraldino MoCann was |
beautiful as "Gabriel," her trim figure. I
graceful, easy, off-hand manner and '
sweet, ringing voice winning instant ;
commendation from her auditors. Miss j
Lilian Walters, as "Evangellnc," Bang
the numbers allotted her with skill and I
expression. Richard llnrlow was a J
lovely lump of flesh, mountainous as \
??Catherine."' Bernard ,1. Reilly was a ?
humorous "Lo Blanc" and .lames S. j
Ma lilt an admirable "Lone Fisherman."
The Wheeling Intelligencer says of
the ??Little Nugget" which will appear 1
tho 2.">th: "Last evening the "Little i
Nuggof'company opened a three nights'
engagement at the Grand Opera House, j
in "Little Nuggett," in some respects
the very funniest play ever seen on a
Wheeling stage. The fame of the com?
edy and the actors had proceeded it
here, and the house was packed clear to
the doors. And how the enormous crowd
did yell with laughter and make the
walls ring with applause. The company
is composed of capable people, and thcio
is a good deal of unusually nice singing
and dancing, but the fun is the feature, j
DIED IN A t'OKKIGN LAND.
A Brother of Officer Creasy Dies of i
Oflicer Creasy, of the police force, has
received a month's leave of absence. )
He will proceed on Monday to Dallas, j
Texas, and from thence to Eagle I'ass,
to settle up the affairs of his brother, |
who died lust Friday at Piedras Ncgras,
Tho deceased who was a native of
Bi dford county, this State, has been in j
Texas ami Mexico for the past nine
years, whero he has been employed as
engineer on the various railroads in
that section. As his death was due to
small pox. it will not bo permitted to
ship the remains to Virginia of liual
Y. M. C. A. Notes.
It is gratifying to tho friends to see
the rapidly Incroasng interest which is
being taken by tho young men in the
Voting Men's Christian Association.
The rooms, though very inaccessible,
being on the third floor, are frequented '
by an average of about fifty men po :
day. The papers and magazines are be?
ing read with good relish.
The spiritual work is also greatly
strengthened. .lust five weeks since a
social religious service, to be held
every Thursday evening at s o'clock
was commenced. Although ?tho first
service was thoroughly advertised, only
nine wert? present. It hits stoati*.y
grown and this is the ratio, 0, 11. 21, 22
Acknowledgment is hereby made of
the gilt to the association of a valuable
lot of magazines through the kindness
of Mrs. C. G. Eddy. Thanks.
WANTED?A good reliable boy who
lias had experience in feeding presses
and understands something about them.
Apply in person at once to Hammond's
Grand bargains at the Boston boot
and Shoe House for a short time only,
at 59 Salem avenue corner Henry.
For burns, scalds, bruises and all pain
and soreness of tint flesh, tho grand
household remedy is Dr. Thomas' liclec
trio Oil. He sure you get the genuine.
(Mount, proprietor of the Diamond
Front, has been compelled to put on an
extra delivery wagon on account of his
largo and increasing business.
A Now Concern.
Boono Bros, successors to E. Didier,
I. Ernest Boono, late with E. II. Slew
art. ?& Co.. but now with the Ronnoko
Grocery and Milling Co., and Walters.
Boono, hue with .1. F. Boono, the Com?
merce street, grocer having purchased
the entire stock of groceries and good
will of E. Didier, corner Jefferson and
Campbell streets, we take the pleas?
ure in announcing that we will take
possession on the 2nd day of December,
and would be pleased to have our friends
and the public generally to call and
see us. Quick Bales, small profits and
prompt delivery is our motto.
nov-'O-tf Boonk BK08.
Everthing worn by men, women and
children can be found at Berlin's Auction
House, and prices way dowu. novlS-lm
Arbuckle's coffee at 25 cents per
pound at Blount's Diamond Front, 152
One price to everybody; at cost for
cash only at the Boston Boot and Shoo
Houso, 59 Salom avonuo corner Henry
A Short Doeket Before Hlzz Zoner Yoster
Mayor Evans had a short dookot yes?
terday, a fact which was due to the
niisorablo apology for a coll room which
oxists in tho wooden shell at Campbell
and Roanoke streets, and not to tho
inefficiency of the police.
Georgo W. Anthony, who was deliver?
ing his Uncle Mark's stage-worn oration
to an admiring audience on Railroad
avenue Wednesday afternoon, was
called off tho stage by Oflleer Wcedon
and carried to tho station-house. Mayor
Evans taxed tho show S5, and as there
wero no box receipts George had to prc
duco the 85 from tbo earnings of bis
occupation as a tinner, which calling he
follows when not elated by moonshine.
William Brown, a negro, was inviting
the denizens of-Railroad avenue to mor?
tal combat Wednesday afternoon in a
profane and boisterous manner when
Oflleer Bower gathered him in. Mayor
Evans has set the scale of prices forthat
luxury on Railroad avenue at S?. which
amount Brown had to pay for his liberty.
, II. C. Dealo, for sidling unwholesome
fish at the market, was fined.85.
.Mary W?lls and Mattlo Stewart -in?
dulged in a billingsgate contest on Bail
road avenue Tuesday evening, and each
was lined .S5 and costs for using profane
and obscene language during the pro?
gress of the match.
Mary Wells also had a similar tourney
with another harridan of the same
locality Wednesday night, and her case
was was continued until her opponent
ran be captured.
?J. W. Deyorle, a white man, under?
took the task of thrashing everybody in
a Railroad avenue boarding house, from
the landlady down, Wednesday at noon,
and in a measure succeeded. His frolic,
cost him SI 1.50, which amount Mayor
Evans collected from him yesterday.
Robbery on Il:iilroml Avenue.
Stephen Hughes, a negro,was knocked
down and robbed of 815 in one of tho
numerous joints on Railroad avenue at
7:;t() o'clock last night. J
Tho ollioers were immediately on the
trail and by 8 o'clock Officer Tensley
had si cured the thief, one Stephen
Mills, a negro.
Robberies in that quarter havo hern
very numerous in the past, but owing
to the vigilance of the police on that
beat, are gradually growing less.
There is no nood to buy n Baltimore j
Philadelphia or New York paper to llnd
tho news. By subscribing for THE TIMES !
you can have it served to you every
morning' at your broakfast table twelve
hours in advance of the Northern papers ^
Hustings Court Yesterday.
Ill the hustings court yesterday the I
following business was disposed of:
Bettie llankins was allowed a pension
of SHO annually.
The chancery ease of G. W. Combert
vs. W. L\ and J. C. Moomaw and others
The verdict of the jury in tho case
of R. 11. Hay vs. Moomaw, Myers and
others was confirmed by the court.
A handsome upright piano, 7J6 oc?
taves, full metal frame, with plush
stool and cover, for 8250 cash or S275 on
easy payments is one of the many bar?
gains the Hobble Music Co., Lynch
burg. Va., oiler you. They also have
a line line of Knabe and Kranich &
Bach pianos. Call and examine their i
The Lucky Ones.
The following are the fortunate per
sons who secured lots in the regular
monthly drawing of tho Co-Oporative
Land Company yesterday: Miss Etile
Leonard, Charles L. Williams. W. 11
Wllmot, K. Handel, W. II. Stilf, W. P.
Friday livening Meetings.
A series of special services will be
held in St. John's (Episcopal) Cherch on
Friday evening nt 7:;t() o'clock. Bishop
Peterkin, of West Virginia, will officiate
on Friday the 21st instant.
lluiiii Vista's Sale.
Excursion trains over tin; Shenan
doah Valley railroad to Buena Vista's
great lot sale will leave Roanoke Wed?
nesday and Thursday moruings, return?
ing the same day. Complimentary
tickets will be issued through Roanoke i
real estate agents and the company's j
agent, who will be in charge of the train.
Boots and shoos at cost and below, at
the grand closing out stile at the Boston
Boot and Shoo House, 50 Salem avenue
corner Henry street.
Try Berlin's Auction House: you will
lind everything as represented and one
price to all. novlS-lm
Part ies contemplating building of any
nature will do well to address us for
estimates. Our manager is a practical
builder, having had ten years' experi?
ence in New York. Buildings of every
description, from a 3100 cottage to a
mammoth factory, Correspondence
?solicited and advico given free on any
questions concerning building. Roa
nokk uuimhnci and coxstkuction com?
pany, P. o. box 505. novi:;-tf
Don't forget, the grand closing-out
sale of boots and shoes at the Boston
Boot, and Shoe House. 50 Salem avenue
Anyone desiring a phonographer and
typewriter, can procure same by ad?
dressing to postollice box 523. novll-lt
Furniture, carpets, rugs, pictures ami
picture frames a specialty. Large stock
constantly on hand at Berlin's Auction
Blount, cash grocer, 152 Salem avenue.
Diamond Front, is the place to go for
fresh, staple and fancy groceries at low?
Boots and shoes, hats and caps, men's
and boys' clothing, in great variety and
low in price at Berlin's Auction House.
Largest stock, best goods, lowest
prices at Berlin's Auction House.
Tbo entire stock of boots and shoes
to bo ciosed out at once at tho Boston
Boot and Shoe House, 50 Salem avenue
corner Henry street.
B. Durfey, mate of steamer Arizona,
had his foot badly jammed. Thomas'
Ho.leo.trio OH cured It. Nothing equal to j
it for a quick pain reliever.
Tho pofltoITleo ls open from 8 o'clock n. m. to
7 p. m. Money order nncl registered letter do
ptirtuicnt, from 8 a. m. to Up. in.
General delivery and letter-carriers* win?
dow o|>en from 10 a. in. to 11 a. ui., and from t)
p. in. to 7 p. m.
F rom the West and South, 8 a. m.
From the North and East. 51 u. m. ami 0 p. m.
From Lynobburg* and iutormedlate points,
10.:tO u. m.
Front Pocahontas and intermediate points,
10::*) a. m.
For the West and South, 7 a. m.| t>:30 a. in.
and 6p. tu.
For the North nnd East, 5 n. in.; U:?0 n. in.
nnd t>:'*0 p. nt.
For Lynchhurg, Virginia "Special," 3 p. in.
For the North via S. V. It. lt., 5 a. in.
Collections fromstrect lettor boies, 9a, m.l 1
p. in.; 4 p. ni. and 8:,fO p. m.
Sundays, 11 a. in. and 7::!0 p. m. ,
Special collections from thu hexes near Nor?
folk ami Western offices, corner Salem avenue
and Jefferson street and all of the hotels,
miuutos before the closing of all molls.
(?rand closing out sale of boots and
shoes at the Hosten Hoot and Shoe
House. 59 Salem avenue corner Henry
We will wait on you promptly if you
want yourself or baggage carried to any
point in the city. nlAOIC City Tkans
kkk Co.. 112 Jeffotson St. novl.i-tf
The Stenographic, Bureau, room 7.
Masonic Temple, will send an expert
Stenographer and type writer to any of?
fice. Call up telephone 150. nov.Vltn
Call up telephone 150 and have a sten?
ographer sent to your ollice to do your
Correspondence or any other work yon
may wish done. The Stenographic and
Typo Writing Bureau, room 7, .Masonic
Temple, will furnish you one. novo-lm
Stenographers and type writers sent
to any part of the city. Call up tele?
phone J'lO or send the work to the Sten?
ographic and Typewriting Bureau, room
7, Masonic Temple. nov.VIm
SI.00 to ?.?">.00 saved on railroad tickets
bought of S. A. Viok, Palace Hotel, only
association broker in Roanoke. nov3-lm
The Boston Boot and Shoe House
has removed from 11 Jefferson street
to r>0 Salem avenue.
Hughes ?x; Camp carry the largest
stock of carriages, buggies, harness, sad?
dles, horse-furnishing goods, and horse
boots in tho city. Repairing done on
short notice. Telephone >io. Ml, 153
Salem avenue, 153 Terry avenue.
Mattresses of all kinds made to order
by E. II. Stewart & Co. jo21-tl
Evans A Chalmers havQ the largest
stock of oils, varnishes and Longman
and Martinez paint ever brought to Ro?
Stoves 5 stoves! stoves! cheaper
than ever at M. II. Jennings & Co., Sa?
lem avenue, near Market House.
Buy your cooking stoves from M. II.
Jennings A: Co., ne;ir Market House, Sa?
lem avenue. f
Road plows, road scrapers, and all
kinds of railroad and mineral supplies
at Evans & Chalmers.
Extraordinary bargains in boots and
shoes at .V.i Salem avenue corner Henry, j
Refrigerators and ice chests of vari?
ous makes and sizes at E. II. Stewart
& Co. jo21-tf
Evans &. Chalmers have just, received !
a car load each of sash weights. :
powder, old hickory wagons, cider milis.
sash, doors and blinds.
A large and beautiful stock of carpets 1
and rugs in newest styles can be found I
at E. H. Stewart &. (.Vs. jo21-tf j
Evans & Chalmers have just received
a large stock of guns, rides and sporting
goods. Call and examine their stock.
The largest stock of lace curtains in
tho city and at bottom prices at E. II.
Stewart & Co.'s. jo21-tf
A beautiful stock of English Amer?
ican, and French plain and decorated
china tea, dinner and toilotscts at, K. If.
Stewart A Co.'s. jc'Jl-tf
An elegant assortment of chamber
and parlor suits have just been received
by E. H. Stewart A Co. jeMi-tf
The Magic City Transfer Company
will give you good service. Leave orders
112 Jefferson St. novl3-tf
The clergy, the medical faculty and
the people all endorse Burdock Blood
Hitters as the best system renovating,
blood purifying tonic in the world. Send
There is much in good blood; but if j
born of bad blood, "A. H. C. Alterative" j
is the only remedy. I
Dradfleld's Female itcgululor.
Should be used by the young woman, i
she. who suffers from any disorder pecu- I
liar to her sex, and at change of life is '
a powerful ton it*: benefits all who use it.
Write The Bradftold Regulator Co., At- \
lanta, (hi., for particulars. Sold by all i
Ladies. Take Not lee.
Mrs. Fred Brooks has opened an art
exchange department at Brooks' photo?
graph parlors, ground IJoor, opposite
postofiloo. All kinds of fancy work sold
on commission. Ladies wishing to dis?
pose of fancy work will do well to place
their work on Sale hero in time lor the |
holiday rade. oef.'S-tf
I have analyzed the whiskey known j
undor the brand of "B Select," con?
trolled by Julien Bin ford, Richmond,
Va.,and lind it free from Fusil Oil and
other impurities, and recommend its use
for medicinal and family purposes. J. i
B. McCaw, M. D., 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-cod2w
Having made extensions to my busi?
ness, I will be able to do all kinds of
fancy colors from this date. Repairing
and binding a specialty. James Devon's
Dyeing and Scouring Establishment.
The hojpital list is omitted for a short
time. Those who wish to subscribe
still may do so and their names will be
appended to.tho new list, soon to ap?
pear in these columns.
Roferonce: Banks and bi
3^E. HI. TEID-Tl*
Real estate agents and stock bn
known their firm belief in tho future
Glasgow. Wo will uso our best jt
localltion In our town for the be?t invi
pond with us beforo day of salo for pi
42 Salem Ave.,
Have recoived tbo largest stock of Im?
ported and domestic dress fabrics ever
shown in this city, consisting of fine
dress robes, bouofas, cashmeres, honri
ottas and flannels in striped and plain.
Their stock of black dress goods are
novels of beauty, consisting of plain
and fancy stripes in cashmeres, serges
and Henriettas, and a dozen different
qualities of silk warp henriottas.
Cloak and Shawl Department.
In this department you will find tbo
largest and best selected stock of ladies',
misses' and children's wraps from tho
finest plush to tho cheapest cloth,
l'lush astrioan and cloth capes in nil
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 ho
astonished to see how cheap they offer
their goods. An all-wool 10x4 white or
red blanket for 53.50.
This department embraces all the
new find different qualities of ladies',
misses' and children's underwear in
wool and cotton, both plain and ribbed.
notion and Fancy Goods Department.
Hero 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 can ha
found in this department.
Tho largest and best selected stock of
table linens, napkins and towels.
Stamped goods of every pattern and at
very low prices.
In this department they are crowded
with all tho latest styles of French pat
, tern Hats and bonnets, also all tho nov?
elties in birds, feathers, ostrich tips,
plushes, velvets and ribbons. They also
show an Immense stock of babv socks,
hoods, cloaks -and capes. All they ask
? is an Inspection of their iminenso slock
and low prices'. .
42 Salem Avenue.
;. SILVERWARE STORE
Offers to the public the greatest bargains
in watches, clocks and jewelry of till
lescrlptlons; also a fino line of Rogers'
triple-plated silverware on tho instal?
ment plan at prices lower than can he
bought elsewhere for cash. A call is
solicited from all.
H. N. CAMP,
Proprietor, 14 Jefferson street. Open
J. F. WINGFIELD,
Fire, life and accident, in
I snrancc and real estate agent,
! lias moved his office to
NO. 114 COMMERCE STREET,
1 Where he will he pleased to
sec his customers. Major A.
! Tv. Pitzer is with this firm, and
would he glad to see his friends.
^ feh2-tf _\
NOTICE.?All persons having rela?
tives and friends buried iu the City
Cemetery are notified that if they will
purchase a lot in Fairview Cemetery
their dead will bo removed free of
charge. This privilege isonly extended
to January 1, 1891. Call on C. VT. C.
Woolwine. W. P. HUFF,
C. W. C. WOOLWINE,
1 nov.Vtm Committee
|? First-Class Investment.
1 Wo offer tho best security in tho eity
and pay semi-annual dividends. As a
savings bank this institution offers
i special inducements. Paid np shares
S53 each. Installment abaros 81 per
month. Shares may be subscribed for
at any time. For further information
address Tho Peoplo's Pcrpotual Loan,
and Building Association.
WM. P. WINCIT,
Sco'y and Trees.
Room c Tom 1? tf
usiness men of Danville.
riZLTO-S 6z CO.
okors, Glasgow, Va., desiro to make
growth and enhancement of valuos in
tdgmont in advising our customers th?
jstments and quickest profits. Correa
krticulara of sale and bot locations for