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of ? Louisville,
'?Miss LillfeStrouse. of Salem, who
|n visiting Mi*s Ida Bond r.ud
jtfee Collier, of Petersburg, has
fresh supply of bologna at j
"--Mr. A. M. Wooldridge, of Auditor
Brapsford's department of the Sheuan
Jdoah Valley railroad company, has
Jbeen quite sick for several days, but
hvas better yesterday.
\ ?Mr. S. A. Crozer, of Uplands, Pa.,
Spresident of lbs Croafer Steel and Iron
k ..company, was in the city yesterday,
accompanied byhi* son-in Jaw, Mr. WV|
^JLL II". 'liobinso'ii, of Philadelphia.
A large and well selected stock on
trunks and satchels ;,t ?. Goelzs, 2l|
Salem avenue. f
?The special train running between|
Xyochburg and Salem, except on Sun?
days', which arrives at Salem at 8.20 p.|
fn.. and leaves here at 6.35 a. ra..
' will be discontinued after Novemberl
Cheap lots oa installments, cheap]
lots for cash, cheap lots usual terms.
J. F. Wiogtield, insurance and reall
estate agent. f
?It is estimated that the cost of print?
ing Mahone's political literature iu this|
campaign was not less than $50.000.
Most, if uot all of this expense will bei
born by the republican national com-|
?Ask your grocer for Mother's best|
pickles. novl lw
?Ten states held elections yesterday.
In six of them, comprising Massachu?
setts, Ohio, Iowa, New Jersey, Missis?
sippi and Virginia, a governor and]
usual state officials will be voted foi^
In the other four, comprising Nev
York; Pennsylvania, Maryland anc
Nebraska, members of the legislature
and miuor officials only are to be
The largest, strongest and best firej
life and accident companies in the work
are represented by J. F. Wingfield]
insurance and real estate agent. t
?Mr. J. Edmunds Mason, who s<
filled the position
Fes fitted and fit|
"Charles Lyle & Co.
IRECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
"Call for everything in the grocery j
line at the red front, 145 Salem avenue,
J. A. Fishburue & Son. t
A $12,000 stock of carpets, rugs and
art jpauares, just received by E. H.
StA?rt & Co. t
T T?re hogs lard can bo had at J. A.
Fisbnr'ue & Son's. t
Fine liquor for medical purposes at |
Oppenheim Exchauge. "
Hay, corn and eho-)s can be had all
times at J. A. Fishburute & Sou's f
Antique oak dining Jand chamber
'owned. \ ,
food byeT> IS uoy2 lmf
&o to J. A. Fish-j
of framing lumber
i'c anxious to sell, fj
'jk of solid silver
?*?eceived at II.
Ihoit&i aveuus. t
i$6ves ! cbea per
enuings & Co.,
?s, clocks, jewelry,
jfiwtfu r i it?. ^C2m"
lot of ash ?tTfl"
pre-pnrcd to furnish
ish for houses on short
*H. Siiverthoru's and see his
and cons tan tin watches, the
'ever brought to Roanoko. \
A full hue of hats at L. L. So!o
I mou's. uov2 lml
The Roanoke Manufacturing com
oany have just received a car load of
Rosendale cement, price very low.
They aiso carry a full stock of the fol?
lowing lines: Anchor, Virginia and
Rockland brands. Can make prom])!
shipments. Prices fairly low i
A beautiful stock of Japanese goods
ha.ve just been received by E. H.
Stewart & Co. t
"^?o. 1 mackerel at J A. Fish'ourne &
Trunftjifkjii va'i:-t:s at L. L Solo?
mon's. '. / *? ;v nov2 1m.fi
If you want the best fried oysters go
tu Oppenheim Exchange. t |
Examine II. Siiverthoru's stock of
i diamonds. He has some beauties, i
?Boarders wanted ?At 300 Third
avenue (Campbell street.) Centrally
located and rooms pleasant and com?
Turcomans, portieres, mantel lam?
brequins, table covers and scarfs at
E. H. Stewart & Co.'s. t
The red front, 145 Firs: avenue, has
nice lemons just received. f
The Boanoke Manufacturing com?
pany are receiving daily large lots of
nice, wel'-seasonpd lumber, suitable
for paint or oil finish, which they are
desirous to sell. t
A full line of carriages, phaetons,
buggies, harness, saddles, etc . always
iu stock at Hughes & Camp. T
The Roauoke Manufacturing com?
pany h^s just received a 100.000 lot of
shingles, price very low. Parties de?
siring to buy will please cull on them
before purchasing. t
Carr, the si^n painter,docs ex- client
work. Corner Third avenue and First
street. N. W. t
J. A. Fishburue & Sou have the best
old wheat flour on the market. f.
Hughes & Camp are sole agents bore
for the celebrated spiral spring buggv,
the best carriage on the market. Call
and see them. 1
W. P. Camp is prepared to move fur?
niture and ail other movable property.
Give him a call. t
?Plaster your house with Marble
Rock lime, best on the market. Ifyou
don't believe it, call on Carner & Co.,
sole agents. Remember they are the
cheapest sash, door and blind manufac?
turers in the city. Satisfaction guaran?
The Roanoke Manufacturing com?
pany are now uoloadmg a carload of
- sss v/0213 osc-et
The world ous':t to a
dene for mein Hit cure 5
which wna so bad oti to ^
b!e by tho physicians
'went to he treat ed. One
me a copy of on ad\ cr
Swift'a Specific, and I
relief from the first few
gradually forced oat of
soon cured sound; and
months ilncc I qnii tak
had no sign of return of the dreadful disease]
:. Mns. Ann Botk
Au Sable, Mich;, pbl. 29, 'OS
Send for books on Blood Diseases and CJncers.
mailed free, ,- - The Swift Specific Co.
Drawer 3. Atlanta, Oa
fa walisqkat Cancer,
Ibo co'sidcrTd iiictira
i:i Chicnpcs where 1
of my neiaibors sen!
tlwcjcnt tn| regard I
cU sc.-; the pfciftonv.ns
my system, taid I Was
well. ' It is Imw |i::
ins & S.S. mil I ha \e
Refined Novelty Company,
THREE SIGHTS ONLY,
Nov. 7, 8 and 9,1889.
The grandest consolidation of tal?
ented artists. A grand concert, re?
fined specialties, black art and illu?
sion, miniature carnival, -with new
and beautiful music. Our ladies'
challenge orchestra. Change of pro?
gram every ni?b,t.
.Seats on-eald at'J ohnson's drug store,
' Prices S3,85 3n9-S&3rrtB.
, oooks nl US.! L
ranke ropni for our
[bck will offer our entire
Foth hound books, 2,000
?, at 25 cents, reduced from 50
"25 centsJ au2-tf
; For Itont.
Two unfurnished rooms, suitable for
office or for geutlemen. Apply atCa
togui'aeoufe-'tiOHary, Salem avenue.
Rosenbaum Bros, are not selling at
cost, but are offering their suck of
Fall Dress Goods and Millinery
cheaper tlmu any other bouse in
NO OLD STOCK
TO SELECT F?OII.
Our gr:ods arc fresh and the se?
lection the best, viz: All wool
serges in plaid, stripes, plain and
side oands,liabii cloth in ail colors,
finest quality -imported he.urictta
cloths, cashmeres and flannels.
Our assortment of plain and fancy
biack dress goods cannot be ex?
celled in qualty and price. Faille
silks in b'ack and all the new fall
shades. Black gros ?rane silk from
90 cents to $3.00 per yard.
We will enumerate
Fruit of the loom cotton.Sc.
10c ginghams, fall colors,...Sc. "
7c ginghams, fall colors.5c. "
All wool flannel, donble
And numerous other bargains
throughout our establishment.
THE SECOND FUOR.
Plush wraps of every description,
viz: Long plash coats, three-quar?
ter jackets, short jackets, niodjes
kas, cloth jackets and long coats,
childrenS and misses coals in end?
less varieties?all the latest styles.
We carry the largest assortment
of fur and wool felt hats, birds1
feather*, plushes, velvets and rib?
bon ever shown before in the
city at greatly reduced prices. Full
line of mulls and boas. We only
ask an inspection of eur stock be?
fore making Your purchases.
42 Salem avenue.
We wish to say to the people of
Roaueke and vicinity that our outire
stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Cloaks,
etc., must be closed out by December
15, aud to do this wc are now Sellin?;
regardless of cost.
Wc have not ouly a few special lar
gaius, but we have
Bargains in Dress Goods,
Barcaius in cloaks, bargains iu sLaple
goods, anil iu fact everything we have
at the prices at which we are now sell?
ing is a bargaiu. Many goods way
below cost and nothing above cost.
IN DRESS GOODS
Wc still have nearly everything desired.
All wool silk wraps, 3S-inch henriettas
sold for $1, at 80 eta; all wool - silk
finish, 46-ioch henriettas, sold for
$1, at 80 cts.; all wool 4G-inch
heurietta. sold for 85 cts. now G2i cts..
all wool 38-inch henriettas, sold for
50 cts. now 37* cts.; all wool 38-inch
henriettas, sold" for 37 J cts. now 25 cts.
We havfi ;i fall hue of plut-h wraps,
modj sskas, new markets and jackets,
?and we can ?ave you the profits other
houses are making.
IN STAPLE GOODS
Fruit oi the loom, bleach, 8} cts.
Lonsdale, bleach, SJ cts.
Lonsdale; cambric, let cts.
Wammasutta, bleach, 11 cts.
New York mills, 11 cts.
Pride of tho west, bleach, 12} cts.
Morpotock, 4-4 brown cotton, Oh els.
Dundee, 4-4 brown cotton G cts.
Mohawk valley, 10-4 bleached sheet
ing for 24 cts. worth 30 cts.
?tica, 10-4 bleached sheeting for 27
cts. worth 35 cts.
Peppcrall, 10 4 bleached sheeting,
Clark's U N. T. spool cotton, 4 cts.
per spool, 43 ct>. per dozen.
It will pay you toexamiue our stock
134 Salem avenue.
Fresh ami Desirable
COST FOR CASH.
Mr. Davis havin^r determined
to make a change in his Roau?
oke branch early in the ensuing
year has instructed us to offer
the entire stock of
DRYG?OBS AND NO TIONS
? F?OM THIS DATE AT?
COST FOE CASH!
No such opportunity has ever
been offered the citizens of
Roanoke to supply themselves
with New, Fresh and desirable
DRY -:- GOODS,
At the commencement of
the sen .'.on at such low figures.
We mean just what we say.
We shall offer the entire stock
Aud invite the attention of
every one to the unexampled
Bargains we shall plnce befoie
r i t r [. LEVY. Manager.
THEE ROANOKE ELECTRIC LIGHT
1 and Power company are now pre?
pared ro wire new buildings (concealed
work) for electric lights, furnishing
combination gas and electric light
fixtures at lowest prices. First-class
work guaranteed; Address
ROANOKE' ELESTRIO LIGHT CO.
no? Im . \
Habone ts. McKinney
MCKiNM VS. MAHUi
Colouel Jobn B. Smith, the All Round
?Kiel or" vs. Everything?He E.v
presses HIn Opinion in the
Eloquence llclorc n
Friends and Fellow Citizens:
It. is with the most insincere pleasure
that I disappear before you this after?
noon under the shady billows of this
mammoth crab apple and I hope my
unpremeditated remarks will scorch
the ears of each individual who may
have the pleasure of not hearing me,
let him be from the grassy hills of the
picturesque Blue Ridge or the frog
ponds of the Dismal Swamp, he has
eyes and let him hear this, my first
interrupted attempt to disturb the
demoralized condition of our unfor?
tunate calamity. Oh, may this an?
cient young crab apple which towers
its breezy discomforts over my palpi?
tating mug inspire your feeble brain
to believe what I don't remark and
may the little apple as it taps my
silvery pate call your attention to the
law of gravity with my theory and
my politics as its centre see you red
rul.'ies of my home flowing wi th crim?
son essence of defunct politics. Pel
low dead beats, is it not time for me
to climb the rostrum and assist in the
dislocation of the grand old parties, I
have beeen democrat, republican,
whig, greenbacker, mossbackcr, pro?
hibitionist, anil what am I now, a
mugwump no but a renovating
resolvent. A new party of worth and
m?rit which is destined to spread its
white wings throughout this great
United America aud gobble into its
folds the hoards of ''kickers'1 who
protect right and pray for the un
' rhteous. Fellow-cranks, tins is the
party for men of our atmosphere. We
I are the men of the people, pro bono
\pnblico, why should we longer sub?
mit to the dictates of the cabbage
caters of the grand old parties? What
care we for clam beds, tariff, or
internal revenue. Give us Canada.
Mexico, arsenic or anything to save
us from the depredation of time-worn
politicians. This is the foundation of
the renovating resolvent 1 can see the
mighty difficult questions, which
need representation, and it can only
be procured through this new party,
and 1 nhall stick to it as long as Lick
run dashes its surging billows on the
rock bound shores of Peach andHoney.
The main and all absorbing question
of today is that of discrimination,
why is it that waller pocanontas
huff and company sell coal, lumber
and all kinds of building material for
less than other people can buy it. Oh!
ye country men and bummers is not
This a matter for legislation? Sliould'nt
others be forced to sell as cheap:
Fleet me to the house of parliament
with a short hand writer for the house
of commons. I will administer law
and correct evil if it takes the bide off.
I hope to have the pleasure of having
I as many of you present at my Goose
Creek meeting as may be able to at?
tend._ _^_ _
MISCEl .LANE ;TJS.
I OR RENT.?HALF OF A LARGE
house, built for two families, three
I nice large rooms. Apply >"o. 231
Fourth ayenue, N. W. no5 3t
FOR RENT.?AGOOD DWELLING,
desirable location, well furnished.
J. F. Wingfield, insurance and real
estate agent. novl tf
T70R RENT.?A VERY DESIRABLE
I house furnished. Also two beau?
tiful rooms for gentlemen. Apply to
'Roanoke Times office.''_oc-ilf f
770R RENT?A PLEASANT ROOM
fwith board, at Mrs. Whiteheads,
80'3 South Jefferson street._
T70R SALE.-TWO LOTS~?^NEL
r SON street, ."50 by 150, for ?730.00
each; $1)5 cash,the balance in monthly
payments of ?10. Address box 38,
fn prcseuting Pratt's Astral O
to your no ice, wo offer the best
Burning and Illuminating Oil ever
put on the market. The perfection
reached in its manufacture is the
result of the very best methods,
unremitting care in its distillation,
employment of the highest mechan?
ical skill, and the closest attention
to every detail. The oil is
and of unequalled burning quality
?FOE SALE BY?
R. J. ECKL?FF,
Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries,
CANNED GOODS, &C., &C.
POMT LACE FLOUR,
AND EVERY ARTICLE THAT CAN BE CALLED FOR IN A FIRST
CLASS GROCERY STORE.
No 103 Jefferson Street,* )pposite City Hotel
DUFFEY & GREEN
Again appear before you. This time with a com?
plete line of Fall and Winter Goods.
They carry a stcoK of Furnishing Goods in Endless
Variety; also the celeh-ated brand of Melville Hats
in all styles and shapes. We invite you to inspect
our goods before buying, and be convinced we can
please you in style, quality and price,
IS NOT EASILY RENDERED OX DISPUTED POINTS,
HUT WHEN IT COMES TO
MEN'S' AM) BOYS' CLOTHING,
Furnishing Goods, Shoes or Hats, we are prepared lobe the
UMPIRES EVERY TIIVIE.
We will l)c pleased to give our you opinion if a&ked. We mIIow no misrepre?
sentation. The cool weather approaches and we have a full line of
Seasonable .Underwear on Hand.
Heavy weight suits mi-; overcoat-- are in demr.nd now and the present is the
let time to select. Our prices are Mow enough to su:t everybody.
When yrtu can purchase the following desirable properties,all new,
:it very low figures, and on monthly payments
lor about what you have to
pay rent. I
ON WISE STREET NEAR F?RNAC
Four four-room houses, two five-toooi nouses On Harrison street
near supt.'s cilice. We6t End Yard, one nine-room house, one
six-room bouse. On Buliilt s-trctt. Belmnnt addition, lwo6evcn
room houses. In Belmont boulevard, two seven-room houses. On.
Centre ?treet, near West End yard, in Hyde Park addition,
three six-room houses.
If you wish to secure a home on investment, call at once.
:FSAN?XS B. KEMP & CO., Age
SALEM ML Ulli
C, B. STROUSE & CO..
Agents forthe Salme Improvemej
F?R THEM?STDESIRABLE LUTS IN THE?L
COLLEGE STREET, OPPOSITE COURTHOU,'
oct 22 3m
111 COMMERCE STREET. ROAN?K
The Fashionable Place of the City.
Daily and Served at All Hours in Every IS
All other Seasonable Luxuries Consta?
prepared in the most Artistic manner. W
Tasters. Gall and see us. lixchange Re,<
OPPENHEIM & CO.,
Hot as a
iS A DEALER IN
-AND ONE WHO Clnfd
TO BE HAD IN SOUTHV
I have just lately cast my fortunes v.y.
ing by fair aud honest dealing I can live an
public to call and examine my mammoth sj
bargains never before offered. A sei/
the moat fastidious can take his choice, tiprE
line. Give me, a call.
P. ADLER, 13