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NEW FALL DRESS GOODS.
^ave 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,
aephyr and Saxony yarns in all shades, Bntterick patterns,
fashion sheets and delineators for October jnst received.
. 134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia.
OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT,
IMPORTER AND REPAIRER OP
Our Repairing- Department
Es in charge of the very finest vvorknier that can bo had. ami wo guaranteed io
work which cannot bo duplicated in tho city. Send .your watches to
AND GET FIRST-CLASS WORK.
L. 23. KC-u-ff", Manager.
Bedford City Real Estate and Stocks.
Geo. L. Colgate & Co.,
-<k.g:erLts, Bed-f?xd. City, "Va,.
Wholosnlo und rotail dealers in frame stnlT, flooring, siding, laths und all
kinds at lumber. Call ;ind see us.
Office: Didier Building, corner Jefferson St. and Third Ave.,
J. E. HATCHER & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AND STOCK BROKERS
314 Hi?h Street, Buchanan, Virginia.
Correspondence solicited and promptly answered.
C A. IJUKKMAX. .1. A. Ul.KASOX. Sl'KCIAI.,
Huffman, Gleason & Company,
Real Estate Brokers, near S. V. and ('. ?<? O, depots, Buerin Vista, V'a.
Real estate bought, sold or exchanged on commission. Bargains always
?n hand. Parties desiring to buy will do woll to call or write to us.
Tho following is :i list of the industries secured and in operation: Iron
furnace, completed, $300,000; pulp and papor mills, in operation, 8100,000;
Raddle and harness factory, in operation, $10,000; Uro brick works, in course
of construction, $100,000; steam tannery. in oporation, $100,000; planing mills
a.nd 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 oporation, $10,000; woolen mills,
completed, $70,000; olcctrlc light plot, in oporation, $10,000; First National
Bank of Vuona Vista, in operation, $50,000; lluena Vista Building and In?
vestment Co., Bankers, $31,000; Buenn Vista Building and Improvement Co.,
$80,000; Buena Vista Advocate and job olUco, in operation, $5,000; egg crate
faetory, completed, $50,000; Loxlngton Investment Co., in oporation, $100,000;
Virginia Heal Instate Investment Co., In operation, $100,000; three livery
stables, in operation, $10,000; engine and boiler plant, building, $300,000;
Ba?ic Steel Works, organized, $500,000; .sash, door and blind factory, $50,000;
pianino mills and wood working establishment, $1 "0,000; tflass works, or^an
Su'OO.ooo; total, $3,211,000J
What People are Doing In and
Out of Roanoke.
Mr. Herbert J. Browne and family re?
turned from Washington lust night.
Members of tho Alpha Tau Omega fra?
ternity, of whom thero are a number in
Roanoke. aro requested to communicate
with Sloan Huggins, of the World.
N. M. Wade, hotter known as "Pony"
Wade, of the police force, was delighted
yesterday morning over tho advent into
this world of a daughter. Pony is the
father of four thriving sons, but tho
daughter has caused his usual smile to
expand into a grin.
Mr. Will Popp, of Baltimore, is in tho
city with a view of engaging in business
Officer Schencks is in Petersburg, and
will bring with him on his return Iiis
family, who will take up their residence
II. W. Swart/., of Baltimore, Md.,
ngont for L. Siegel, of Now York, im?
porters of and dealers in champagnes,
lias been in the city for a day or two on
business connected with his house. Mr.
Swartz says lie meets many familiar
Itultimore faces here who aro now en?
gaged in tho various industries, and
who oroposo making Roanoke their fu?
Percy Clark, of the Washington Post,
was registered at Hotel Koanoke yes?
?loo Schloss. of New York city, was in
the city yesterday,
.lohn P. Hippie, lato of the Conttncn
, tal Hotel, of Philadelphia, is tho day
clerk of the Ponce do Leon. Mr. Smith
has secured in him an efficient and cour
: teous auxiliary.
'Phi' Koanoke Light Infantry assem?
bled at their armory last night for a
dress parade drill.
1). S. Depard, recently of Baltlmoro,
j but now of the Midway Iron Company.
I arrived in Koanoke Sunday.
George F. King, the stranger who died
j at a boarding house Saturday morning,
' was buried in tho pauper burial ground
j yesterday afternoon.
i The charter of the Koanoke Commer
i clal Club was tiled for the first time yes?
terday in the clerk of tho court's office.
Spottswood Brown, one of the oldest
citizens of Bedford county, died at Iiis
residence near Bedford city, yesterday
morning. Mr. Brown, who was S(i years
of age. was i lie father-in-law of Ofliccr
.1. W. Brown, of the Koanoke police
Jacob Muse was arrested on a warrant
sworn out bv Ollicer Trout, on a charge
; of jumping from a moving train. This
dangerous practice is on the increase,
and the police are determined to break
it, up and save some foolish fellow his
Do sot place your orders for blank
books for 1801 until after you have ex?
amined our work and prices. Ham?
mond's Printing Works and Book
Bindery, I Mi .lolferson street: telephone
To Country MvrelinntH.
The special attention of country mer?
chants is called to our immense stock of
holiday goods, school books, stationery
and fancy goods of all kinds. Wo will
! duplicate prices from Baltimore. Rich?
mond and other cities. Your patron
I age is respectfully solitcd at Smith's
j Temple of Fancy, two doors west of
first National Bank. doe'-tto1.'."?
Dr. .I..T. Ulflbrty to Kri urn.
Dr. Lalfcrty will deliver another of
his humorous lectures in tho ISroone
Memorial Church on the night of Dec.
11 (Thursday next) at 7:30, the pro?
ceeds to go to the Mission-school in
Mexico. Admislon ?..'?"> cents. Tickets
for sale on the streets and at the door.
.1.KltAXK Mil.i.Kit.representing LoWKX
? si kin Buds. i<r Co.. clothiers and tailors,
of H?gers town, Md.. is at Hotel Felix
with a full lino of samples of fall goods,
where he would bo pleased to wait on
all in need of cheap and reliable cus?
tom-made clothing. dcc5-2t
Thousands of beautiful articles suita
j hie for Christmas presents. They aro
too numerous to mention in detail, but
can he seen at the grand opening exhi
. bition of holiday goods at Smith's
Temple of Fancy. dccOtoU?
A nice line of gold watches. I). L.
I). L. Solomon special agent for
: Pauline Wert/, fountain pens. A line as
! sortuicnt of onyx clocks and onyx tables.
! Christmas presents, grand and beauti?
ful, all the latest novelties, can be found
I at Smith's Temple of fancy. You can't
be disappointed. dccOtoSfi
Boots and shoes, hats and caps, men's
and boys' clothing, in great variety and
i low in price at Berlin's Auction House.
Pure sugars sohl at cost, at Mount's
Diamond front. 152 Salem avenue.
j It is in vain to try to enumerate the
things exquisite and lovely. They must
be seen to bo appreciated at the Smith's
Temple of Fancy. No trouble to show
furniture, carpels, rugs, pictures and
picture frames a specialty. Large stock
constantly on hand at Berlin's Auction
Oi.n exchanges for sale at Tut: Ti.mks
oflice; 20 cents per 100.
A full corps of gentlemanly and ac?
commodating salesmen will spare no
I pains to show the line holiday goods at
Smith's mammoth Temple of fancy.
j i'all and lie convinced. dec!lto2:*>
i Blount. proprietor of the Diamond
t front, has been compelled to put on nn
extra delivery wagon on account of his
arge a*ml increasing business.
Why pay ?.'.'> per cent, profit for a
I watch when you can purchase one at
wholesale price from KlCHAKOSON BltOS.,
agents. dec)-1 in
The electric railway will commence
to-morrow; be put. in operation at 2
o'clock each day this week.
If you need oranges, dates, onions
Vvnd lemons by the box, peanuts by t!t<
nag, sweet potatoes by the barrel, en
bananas by the bunch." Malaga grape;
by the barrel, call at Oiu.i.i. BltOTIl
r.its' produce house, opposite City
The Popular 8
Place of the
We would respectfully announce that we will offer special bargains throughout our
establishment during this month, and in order to select a useful Christmas present call
before the throng of buyers make a rush and be jostled and crowded about in such a
manner that you are not half waited upon, and don't get what von are seeking for to
make the many hearts happy.
Special Bargain No. I.
Astrakan capes S'-.'.l'."?. Sit, s:i.7."> and $4.
.Jersey jackets $2.50, regular price
Jersey jackets $3, regular price $3.50.
Jersey jackets $3.50, regular price $4.
Jersey jackets S5, regular price S?>.
Wide wale jackets .??:<..">(). regular price
Wide wale jackots $4.25, regular price
! Reaver jackets $5.50, regular price $7.
' Plush jackets $10, regular price
I Plusb jackets $12.50, regular price
Plush jackets $14.50, regular price
j l'lush coats $25, regular price 830.
' 'fen per cent, discount on all misses'
? and children's jackets and coats.
Special Bargain No. 2.
Blanket and Comforts Dept.
ll-l California blanket S7.:i(). regular
1 price $8.50.
! ll-l California blanket 80.50, regular
i price 87.50.
ll-l All-wool, guaranteed, blanket.
f?l.7.">, regular price 85.50.
10-4 AU-WOOl, guaranteed, blanket,
84, regular price ?.">.
10-4 All-wool, guaranteed, blanket
83.25, reg liar price $4.
Comforts at T."ic, $1, 81.25, SI.:><>. $2,
$2.25, S-'-.M) and $>:?.
Special Bargain No. 3.
Dress Goods Department.
Worsted goods, 30 inches wide. ?.'Ol?
per yard, regular price 25c.
Striped flannels "<)c per yard, regular
All-wool serges, 30 inches wide. 25c
per yard, regular price 40c.
All-wool flannels, 30 inches wide.
oT' jC per yard, regular price 15c.
All-wool plaids, 3(5 inches wide, 35c
per yard, regular price -Hie.
All-wool plaids. 3lS inches wide, 15c
per yard, regular price f?0c.
All-wool bouola, 52 inches wide. 80c
per yard, regular price $1.
Ilroadcloths, all colors. 05u per yard.
I (lack silk warp Henriettas '.'.'.o per
yard, regular price 81.25.
Special Bargain No. 4.
Dress Silk Department.
Faille Francaisso, all colors, $1 per
yard, regular price $1.25.
Satin lustre, black, $1.25 per yard,
regular price $1.75,
Armine silk, black, 81 per yard, regu?
lar price $1.25.
Royal silk, black. *1 per yard, regular
In this department
useful articles that
possible to enumerate
mention a few spec,
kerchiefs in abundant'
chiefs, luce liandkcrc.
111llfilers in endless vi
from tin- cheapest to
we have so many
it is almost im
however, wo will
ialties: Silk hand
and colored silk
irietios. kid gloves
In this department we carry a full
1 line of fur and wool reit hats, both
! trimmetland untrimnied; birds, feathors,
Wings, etc. We have made a big re?
duction in this department, and it will
pay the ladies to call before making
i thetf purchases.
42 Salem Avenue S.
Munford & Bowyer, GOOD
Real estate agents. Ofllco: Room 4, second floor, Mooinaw Ituilding,
Jefferson street. Fostoffice llox 124. Correspondence solicited.
llrand closing out sale of boots and
shoes at the Fusion Moot and Shoe
House. Salem avenue corner Henry
We will wait on you promptly if you i
want yourself or baggage carried to any i
point In the city. M .\<.ir City Trans-I
kbk Co., 112 Je ifei son St. novl3-tf |
The Stenographic Bureau, room 7,
Masonic Temple, will send an export i
Stenographer and type writer to any of
fice. Call up telephone 150. nov5*m
( all up telephone 150 and have a sten- I
ographer sent to your oftioe to do your
correspondence or any other work you
may wish done. The Stenographic and
Type Writing iturcau, room 7, Masonic
Temple, will furnish you one. riov.">-lni
Stenographers and type writers sent j
to any part of the city. Call up tide- j
phone 150 or send the work to the Sten- i
ographic and Typewriting Rureau, room
7, Masonic Temple. nov5-lm
SI.00 to $5.00 saved on railroad tickets 1 PL'lir in Ur,h<; ?-olumns.
bought of S. A. Viek, Palace Hotel, only
association broker in Uoanoke. nov3-lm
Wanted.?Apply at F. IF Stkwakt
& Co.'s from Monday. December 8tli to
Saturday. December 9th, (one week
only), for odd pieces of parlor furniture
that will be sold at greatly reduced
prir.es. We will continue our carpet
remnant sale next week. decG-7t
An elegant assortment of chamber
and parlor suits have just been received
by ?. II. Stewart i*. Co. je21-tf
The Magic City Transfer Company
will give you jjood service. Leave orders
112 Jefferson St. novRI-tf
Mrs. Ayer will continue her success?
ful class at No. 24 Third avenue north?
i We beg to call your attention to a few
I seasonable specialties that we have in
' stock and are replenishing daily. W??
I Country buckwheat flour,
Pure maple syrup,by the gal.
Positively for only a lew days j Condensed lllillCe meat,
The ho.ipltal list is omitted for a short
time. Those who wish to subscribe
still may do so and their names will be
appended tojtho new list, sou" to ap
% Try Berlin's Auction House: you will
find everything as represented and one
Hughes it Camp carry the largest | price to all. novlS-lm
stock of carriages, buggies, harness, sad
] dies, horse-furnishing goods, and horse
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 13. 11. Stewart it Co. j<".'l-t.f
i (3vans it Chalmers have tho largest
stock of oils, varnishes and Longman
i and Martinez paint ever brought to Ro
Stoves! stoves! stoves! cheaper
! than ever at M. IF Jennings & Co., Sa
! lom avenue, near Market House.
McOulre & Motzcr, Salem avenue, are
tin' sole agents in Uoanoko for the cele?
brated white bread, .lohn Price; ^i>.7.".
per barrel. dccl'.-lw
Wii.i. A. Ca UK, the Roanoke sign
writer. 3rd ave and 1st st. n. w. nov2(i-tf
CakR, the sign writer, guarantees
prompt delivery and first-class work.
Fresh country buckwheat Hour for
sale at McGulre it Motzcr's Salem
Kalamazoo colcry direct from Michi?
gan at McOulre A. Metzer's, Salem
Arbucklc's ColTco at 25 cents per ,
pound at. Rlount's Diamond Front. 153
('aim:, the sign
writer, cannot make
price. In fact
i P.uy your cooking stoves from M. IF
Jennings & Co., m ar Market House, Sa
, lent avenue. t
Road plows, road scrapers, and all
kinds of railroad and mineral supplies
at Evans & Chalmers.
Extraordinary bargains in boots and | flrst-class signs at half
j shoes at .V.i Salem avenue corner Henry. J he don't have to doit.
' Refrigerators and ice chests of vari?
ous makes and sizes at E. IF Stewart
, it Co. jo21-tf
Evans it Chalmers have just received
J a car load each of sash weights,
; powder, old hickory wagons, cider mills,
, sash, doors anil blinds.
A large and beautiful stock of carpets I 13. A. WIN FREE has 300,000 brick for
and rugs in newest styles can be found I sale, any one wanting to buy will find i
Blount, cash grocer. 152 Salem avenue.
Diamond Front, is the place to go for
fresh, staple and fancy groceries at. low?
Catsup, Pickles, Chow chow,
In green fruits we have
and Florida oranges.
Currants (without stems),
and vSecdlcss raisins,
Fine line of crackers, cakes and con
'Complete stock of staple and fancy
and prices the lowest.
at 13. IF Stewart it Co's. ji-.'l-tf
Evans it Chalmers have just received
a large stock of guns, riftosand sporting
goods. Call and examine their stock.
The largest stock of lace curtains in
t he city and at bottom prices at 13. II.
Stewart it Co.'s. jo21-t?
A beautiful stock of Enplish Amer?
ican, and French plain and decorated
china tea. dinner and toilctscts at 13. IF
Stewart it Co.'s. Jo21-tf
him at N1N1NUI3R. RANDY .<? CO.'S
office, In Tl.MKS building. decG-lW
154 Salem Avenue.
Reference: Ranks and businessmen of Danville.
3^L_ ZHL TDS^T3SrZ3STO-3 6z CO.,
Real estate agents and stock brokers, Glasgow, Va., desire to make
known their linn belief in tho future growth and enhancement of values In
Glasgow. Wo will use our host judgment in advising our customers tk-i
localities in our town for the best Investments and quickest profits. Corres
pond with us before day of sale for particulars of sale n.ud best locations for