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THE DEMOCRATS TO HAVE A
I BIG DEMONSTRATION
N HONOR OF- CAPTAIN H'KINNEY
||>he Meeting "Last A'isM?Various
W Committees: Appointed?There
?' Will be Speeches, a Par?
ade and Fire Works
The democratic leagne held a called
meeting last night at Everett E. Per?
kins* law otlice,and determined to have a
grand parade aud torch-light procession,
music(and speaking Thursday night in
,-honor of the democratic victory. A
Dumber of committees were appointed
and will report tonight.
Committee ou Ways and Means,
Messrs. Oscar D. Dsrr. chair?
man; C R. Evans, John F. Bell,
E. L. Dameron, W. A. McCor
mick, E. R. Woodward, Dr. T. W.
Crozicr. R. J. Eckloff, Geo. W> Am?
men, J. P. Coou, Everett E. Perkins,
Jas. F. Boon, Gue. W. Lovell,
R. A. Buckner, Waller P.
Huff, lt. II. Gray, W. E.
Thomas, Jno. D. Carr, J. S. Moorroau,
J. B. Levy, Arcliy Wilson, Heury
Bunniugton, William Stevenson, J. J.
Beckuer, C. W. Thomas. The duty
of this committee will be to see the
democrats aud raise ihn necessary
contributions and also consult with the
executive committee, Lewis W.Terrell,
S. J. Evans and Charles Lyle wero ap?
pointed as a special committee
to wait ou the executive committee and
ascertaiu what part they would tako in
the parade. jr
Both of the/e committees will report
tonight at ^o'clock.
?Darr, J. B. Levy and R.
^appointed as commit
|U and will report to
fit of the route of
?rs and fireworks
tishmg to paint
Vrith the mounted
fiotifv the latter
0^,Ut the <"i?.v.
^taTerro, who was so
la- able to ou the1
SSerstone has been ap
rYu this city of the Mer
Toratiou bank of New York,
flc regular monthly meeting of
/tgilant Fire compauy was held
last night but only business ol a routine
S? "ractep was transacted.
?V.yati:^TCr:>"T.?Two pleasant rooms
r -board at Misses Barnett,609 Camp
street. References required.
?The Diamond Ice company has a
s three-cylinder engine on cxhi
oit:ou at their building. It is a three
horse power engine, weighs 300 pounds
aud cau be moved about by two men.
A large and well selected stock of
trunks aud satchels at E. Goetzs, 21
Salem avenue. t
?Mr. C. B. Strouse. manager of the
Salem real estats exchamre, and oue of
the most successful aud prominent
^business men in the sister city, was
yesterday auJ stopped at Hotel
NG9 Geni? and ladies hand mr.desh. e; at
E. Goetz,21 Salem avenue. t
?Laura Thuler. colored, was ar?
rested aud brought before Mayor Carr
yesterday morning at 0 o'clock on the
charge of robbing Richard Mason of
SS.Gf. As the prison r was not rcaly
for trial the case was postponed.
Ladies kid hand sswed shoes for
$2.50 at E. Goetz.21 Salem avenue.i
?Mr. J. C. Marquis, of Lonaconing,
Md., who has been a guest of Mr.
Thomas Englsby, of this city, for the
'past week, left for home yesterday.
II? ia very favorably impressed with
Eoauoke aud its wonderful advantages.
Go to E. Goetz,21 Salctr avcuue, for?
bids aud shoes. t
?Workmen were engaged yesterday
in fixing up a ro^m on the second floor of
Borer hall building as headquarters of
Chief of Police McMorris. There is a
door leading from this room to the
mayor's oilioe, which is on the same
tlocr, at the southeast cud of the build?
If you wirb to he at peace with
your fellow nun. chew spear head aud
mint julip. t
Gents call for the freight br.ikcman's
aud comfort shoc^ for sale only by E.
Goetz, 21 Salem a.vontiti. t
?At the meeting of the Roanoke
Light infantry company last night five
new members were added. The com?
pany decided to run the rink on Jeffer?
son street as a skating rink this winter,
aud also to hold a military ball ou the
evening of thanksgiving day at the
?Gents' hats just icceive.l at E.
Goetz's, 21 Salem avenue. t
?Complaints are frequently mads
of the ravages of cows at the city
cemetery, and latterly these com?
plaints are growiug so loud that it
would be well tor those in charge to
see to it that the gates are kept closed
and the fences repaired so that these
bovine raids will be impossible.
Choice uncanvasscd hams at Mars
?A physiciau of this city is lucky
in the matter of hats,having won four
nice ones by the late election. First
he bet that the democrats wouhl carry
the city by a majority cf 245; second
that the state would give McKiuney
a majority of 20,000 votes; third that
Montgomery county would give a
democratic majority; fourth that Big
Spring in that county would not give
45 republican majority.
?Captain Peck left for h's homo
last Wednesday morniug. The gallant
captain came over on a still hunt for
Mahone and the result of the election
at this precinct shows that his hunt
was a failure. If the captain had
stayed in Roanoke city, the republican
vote would not have been reduced as
much as it was.?Newcastle Record.
A full line of children's school shoes
at E. Goetz, 21 Salem avenue. f
? G. T. Miluesi of Milnes, Va.. was
at Hotel Roanoke yesterday.
?Mr.'Frank Coffaian, the Salem
avenue druggist, who has been sick for
a week, is improving
?Prof. A. S. McCreath, of Harris
burg, Pa., aud E. V. d'luvilliers, of
Philadelphia, mineralogists for the
Norfolk and Western railroad, were
guests at Hotel Roanoke yesterday.
?The shipments of coal by the Po
cahoutas Coal company for the week
ending Saturday, November 9th, were
28,508 tons. For the mouth of No?
vember, including the 9th instant,
35,461 i tons.
?The democratic majority in Craig
was 451 for McKinney, 4 i'2 for John
sou aud 474 for Woods. At Marshall's
Store, wlere the registe:el VJie is 82,
there were 81 votes for McKinney and
none for Mahone. At several other
preciuets, where the registration
ranged from forty to fifty, Mahone only
received one or two votes.
The Lynchburc Furnace.
The Lynchburg Virginian sayi
An offer "has been made of $30,0001
subscription to the stoekof u furnace
company, the furnace to be erected
on the line of ihc Belt railroad in
West Lynchburg. The land com?
pany has promptly offered to donate
the site therefor:* $25,000 additional
subscriptions have been tendered;
and if the $125,000 additional
stock necessary to construct the
plant and supply working capital
be Taken, the Norfolk and Western
company agrees to complete without
delay the belt connection with the
Virginia Midland and Lynchburg
and Durham roads. The value and
advantage of these two enterprises,
to Lynchburg are so obvious as to |
need no recapitulation, and an
earnest effort is to be made to secure
the establishment of the furnace.
Ti'.e New Yorkers who recently pur-|
chased the Dismal Swamp canal have
left with Captain Harry Huberts, the
superintendent, for a trip over the
line to South Mills, X. C.
When you visit Lynchburg do not
fail to call ou J. I). II<d>b:e & Co..
dealers in pianos and organs, and ex?
amine their large stock. They buy
direct from manufacturers and conse?
quently cau afford to sell at bottom
prices, and on easy terms. Call aud
see them or write for prices. f
Wanted?Situation as bookkeeper,
collector or salesman. Good references.
Address. II. C. SOTJTHALL,
novl0-4t Petersburg. Va.
Wanted?At once, a dry '.'<?>? ds
salesman. Apply at Rosenbaum &
Bros'., Salem avenue.
"he arrivals at Hotel llo&uoke
yesterday were: C B Strouse, Salem:
O. M. Cummings, Baltimore; E S.
Cardozo, Virginia; J F McSorley. Vir?
ginia; E S Robinson, Now York; A S
McCreath. Harrisburg; E A' 1) Invil
iiers. Philadelphia; G T Milnes Milnes,
Va; Wm Whaley, Austin H?ge, C T
Wattcr.?. J H Way i. I i' Barbel. N C
Watts. Staunton, Va: W 13 Myers.
New York. 9
Governor John Ireland, of Texas :
Simon F. Hushes, of Arkansas; S ?>.
McEncry, governor of Louisiana ; E.
B. Turner, judge United States court;
Ex Governor Hubbard, minister to
Japan; Marion Martin, ex-lieutenant
governor of Texas ; W. R. Miller, ex
roveruor ol Arkansas: E. A. Ferry,
izovcrnor id'Florida; W. I). Blosham,
ex-goveruor of Florida: John B.
Gordon, governor of Georgia; Alex
Gragg, bishop of the Episcopal church
and chancellor of the university el the
south, and hundreds of other distin
lisbed men of the United Slates in all
professions aud in every department of
science have hail their sight re^u-n-d bv
the use of Hawke's crystalizsd len-^s.
Ali eyes fitted and lit guaranteed by
Charles Lyle & Co.. druggists.
James S. Simmons & I "(>.. real estate
agents, have placed the property of the
Ingleside Land company oh the market
?it $250 per lot, on terms o!'$25 cash and
$10 per month. These lots are unsur?
passed for beauty of location, aud all
parties wishing a desirable fits for a
borne should call at once at the office of
Jas. S. Simmons & ( o.
For sale?Four draft horses che;
Diamond Ice Company.
TSiore Is no >Jis!uIcr.
Great reduction in books at M. L
Smith's. In order to make room for our
immense fall stock will offer our entire
! stock of cloth bound bocks, 2,000
volumes, at 25 cents, reduced from 50
to 25 cents. nu2 If
Two unfurnished rooms, suitable for
office or for gentlemen. Apply atCa
togni's confectionary. Salem avenue.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
?Plaster your house with Marble
Rock lime, best ou the market. If you
don't believe it. call on Carner A .Co..
sole agents. Remember they are the
cheapest sash, door and blind manufac?
turers in the city. Satisfaction guaran?
?A fresh supply of bologna at
Call for everyIhing in the grocery
line at the red frout, 145 S.ilem avenue,
J. A. Fishburue & Son. t
--Bost Pocahontas lump coal and
do wood delivered promptly by Clare
& Read. Telephone 70.
A $12,000 stock of carpets, nigs and
iirt scpiares, just received by E. !1.
Stewart & Co. t
Hay, corn and chops can ho had all
times at J. A. Fishburue & Son's f
Antique oak dining and chamber
suits in large variety at E. H. Stew?
art & Co.'s. f
For line cents furnishing goods go
to D. L. Solomon's. uov2 lruf
?Best Pocahontas lump coal and
dry wood dehivcrcd promptly by Clare
& Reed. Telephone 70. f
Oysters received daily r.t Oppenheim
For chipped beef go to J. A. Fish?
burue & Sou's. f
The Roauoke Manufacturing com
pauy has a large lot of framing lumber
ia stock which they are anxious to sell. |
Large assortment of solid silver
wedding presents just received at H.
Silver thorn's, No. 8 Salem avenue, f
Stoves! stoves! stoves! cheaper
than ever at M. II. Jennings & Co.,
S..lem avenue, near market, house.
For fire, life, accident or plate glass
iusurauce, call on J. F. Wingfield,
ageut, 143 Salem avenue. i
A full line of watches,clocks. jewelry,
and silverware at L. L. Solomon's.
The Ronnoko Manufacturing com?
pany have an elegant lot of ash ami
walnut lumber of various thickness.
Hence, *hey are prepared to furnish
tine inlerioi finish for houses on short
? Call ami examine my ch oc, stock
Of groceries at 148 Salem avenue. W.
Call at II. Silvertheru's -.mil sec his
vacherou and co?stantiu watches, tie:
finest ever brought to Roauoke. I
A full line of hats at D. L. Solo?
mon's. . nov2 1 ml
Cheap lots on installments, cheap
lots for cash, cheap lots usual term--.
J. F. Winytield, insurance and real
estate ag< at. I
Mint julip, mint julip, mint julip. f
Fine liquor for medical purposes at
Mint julip is the Hues! grade of navy
tobacco on the market.. Pry ii 1
The Roauoke Man?faclurug com?
pany have just received a t ar load i?f|
Roscud.dc cement, price very low.
They also carry .i full stock of the fol?
lowing lines: Anchor, Virginia ami
Rocklaud brands. Can make prompt
shipments. Prices fairly low
Ask your grocer for spent head to?
bacco; you'll like it.
A beautiful stock of JapanoE goods
have just been received by B. II.
Stewart & Co. !
Pure hogs lard can be had at .?. A
Fisbnrue A Son's. t
No. 1 mackerel at .1 A. Fishburue &
Trunks and valises at I.. I. Solo?
mon's. nov2 lmf
If you wan! the best fried oysters go j
to Oppenheim Exchange. t
The red front, 145 First aveuuc, has |
uice lemons ju t receivi d. 1
Rest cheese ever brought it i tuol
at ,J. A. Fishburue & Sou's. i
For an easy conscience chew mint
julip and spear head. t
The Roauoke Manufacturing com?
pany are receiving daily large lots of.
nice, well-seasoned lumber. .-.:d.;M<
for paint or oil finish, which they are]
desirous to sell. i
Chew spear head once, and you will
have no othe;-.
MintjulipiU'Xova:nbcr! *i eGods !!1 j
The Roauoke Manufacturing com?
pany has just received a 100,000 lot of]
shingles, price very low. Parties de?
siring to buy will please call on them
before purchasing. |
Carr, the sign pa:nter,docs excellent
work. Corner Third avenue and First
street, N. W. r
J. A. Ftehburne & Son have the b< st
old wheat flour on the market. t
Ilughes & Camp are sole agents iure
for the celebrated spiral spring buggv,
the best carriage on the market. Call
and see them. f
?Boarders wanted.?At 309 Third
avenue (Campbell street.) Centrally
located ami rooms nlea.-.mt and com?
A full line of carriages, phaetons,
buggies, harness, saddles, etc . al ways
u stock at Ilughes & Camp. t
W. i*. Camp is prepared 11 m >vc fur?
niture and all other movable property.
Give him a call. t
The largest, strongest and best Gre,j
iife and accident companies in the world
are represented by J. F. Wingfield,
insurance and real estate agent. t
A new adventure?Oysters on half-*
shell served at Marston's grocery, 118
Salem nvenue. f4
Ruv jbur cooking stoves from M.F,
I Jennings & Co.. tear market house.
Salem a venu . ]
Examine H. Silyerthorn's stock of
diamonds. He has some beauties. ]
Turcomans, portieres, mantel lam?
brequins, taMe covers ami scarfs at
E. II. Stewart i: Co.'s. t
The Roauoke Manufaeiuth g com?
pany are now unloading a carload of
sashes, doors and blinds. Prices will
be made lower than ever before. Call
T A KM LA NO LODGE
L No. 190 A.F. A' A.M.
There will be a stated
communication at the
Masonic Temple on
this, Tuesday even?
ing, at 7:30 o'clock.
All Master Masons in good standing
are fraternally invited t<> attend.
Bv order of Worshipful Master,
* SAM'L M. WOODWARD, JR.,
Roanoke, Va . November 12th, ti 39.
WE ARE THE PEOPLE,
And the Hyde park lots arc the lots
to make money on, just at the new
round house at the Norfolk and Wes?
tern railroad. $15,500 sold yesterday.
If you want these desirable lots you
must eail at once.
nol2 It FRANCIS I). KEMP & CO.
To close copartnership between W.
M, Yager and E. JJ. Campbell, I will
ofTer for sale on Tuesday, November
The 10th,at 3 o'clock p. m., two valua?
ble vacant business lots situated on
the north side of Campbell street.
Size of lots 25x100 feet each to a ten
foot alley. Beginning 1!)2 feet east of
Terms:?One third cash, balance
one and two years. W. M. YAGER.
J. R. Ii OCR AD AY, Auctioneer,
not 2 lw
Elegant Accommods dons,
Board Moderate. I
Street Cars Pass the Door. j
MRS. L. CRAWFORD
SALEM REAL ESTATE fifflAlI
C. B. STROUSE & CO..
Agents for the Salem Improvement Co.,
FOR TH EMOSTDESIRABLE LOTS IN THE OLD TOWN.
COLLEGE STREET, OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE,
oet 22 3ra_
TWO NIGHTS ONLY.
Tuesday and Wednesday,
November 12 and 13.
The Fashionable Event of the Season.
Engagement of the Distinguished
1 Freflerick ffrt,
Supported by a complete legitimate
organization iu the following brilliant
1 UK-DAY EVENING:
\\ EDXESDA Y K YEN 1X0:
v i r g 1 x i u s.
Scale of prices.?81, "5c. and 50c.
Sale of .-cats began at Johnson &
rohnson'a drug Btorc Friday morning
it In o'clock.
uIjAL Mj woo.}
Winter is coming aud everybody
should prej arc for it.
Pocalioutas Lump Goal
CHEAP AS TIlii CHEAPEST.
CHURCH AND ROANOKE STS.,
R >anokc, Va.
TELEPHONE NO. 70.1
Still keep the largest
In Southwest Virginia.
Th?y have just received a large sapp
Lap Rones. Horse Covers,
Breech Loading Guns,
t: v r's and Railroad Supplies
17 and 13 Second Street, Southwest
or Excavating of Any Kind,
Eii her in Earth or Rock,
by the Yard or on
I now have a road machine espe?
cially adapted to grading new streets
and shaping of old ones. The work
can be done neater and cheaper than
by any other method.
P. 0. BOX 20, - - ROANOKE. VA
MONEY TO LOAN
On time,and paymentstO suit
[People's Perpetual Loan
ROANOKE, - - VIRGINIA
A. z. Koixkr, M. o. Thomas,
"W. P. Winch, Sec'v & Treas.
Room XTo. 1, Masonic Temple, Camp?
Paid up shares $50each. Installment
shares SI per month.
Borrowers can at any time secure a
loan and fix their own limit of the
period for repayment.
As a savings bank this institution
offers special inducements. Install?
ment shares may be subscribed for at
any time. Interest is allowed on
moneys placed with the association.
This association is doing a success?
ful business, paying semi-annual
dividends, and is a desirable invest?
ment for capital._
To The Public.
Having severed my connection with
the Roanoke Brick and Improvement
company, X. P. Foard. president, I
will conduct brick building and gen?
eral contracting on my own account.
Thanking the public f?r their liberal
]/atronage heretofore given, I respect?
fully ask a contiuuance of the same
on my own account. The best refer
ehcesas to capacity and responsibility
given. Very respectfully,
G. W. LAMBERT.
nolOlw P.O. Box 93.
WANTED AT ONCE.?TWO HUN
IT dred laborers. Apply to Skinker
& Sims, 215 Salem avenue, Roanoke,
Va. uo'j lw*
IITANTE D.?THREE GOOD COOP
tt ers to make lime and Hour bar?
rels. Steady work at good prices
Apply to Virginia Lime ami Cement
Company, Christiansburg, Va.
T70R RENT.?AianTl) l)\VKLIdN<r",
I desirable location, well furnished.
.1. P. Wingficld, insurance ami real
estate agent. novl tf
U?R RENT.?A VERY DESIRABLE
1 house furnished. Also two beau?
tiful rooms for gentlemen. Apply to
"Roanoke Timks office." oc3Itf
POR RENT?A PLEASANT R(M>M
I with board, at Mrs. Whiteheads,
802South Jefferson street.
T?()R SALIv-TWO LOTS ON NETj
i .SON street, 50 by 150, for $730.00
each; ?95cash,the balance in monthly
payments of sll). Address box 38,
V R E E.-STENOG HAPH V A N D
typewriting free. First class facil?
ities and best of teachers. Address,
with stamp for return postage.
THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
no9 tf Parish, N. Y.
We will pay $10.00 in Cold to the
lady furnishing the host receipt for
keeping husbands at home at night.
All articles must hear the name of
writer on back and not be over Cue
Half Column in length Articles will
be published in this column,bcarii g any
nou de plume. Contest will elosc Janu?
ary 1st, 1S90, when three men will be
selected, who will not know name of
contestant, to award prize. Address all
communications to Waller Pocahontas
Huff & Co., the leading low price Coal
and Lumber merchants. Roanoke, Va.
j In presenting Pratt's Astral O
to your no ice, we oiler the best
Dinning and Illumiuating 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?
C. A. WERTZ.
Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries,
CANNED GOODS, &.C., &C.
AXD EVERT ARTICLE THAT LAX BE CALLED FOR IN A FIRST
CLASS GROCERY STORE.
No 103 Jefferson SiTPet.Opposite City Hotel
THIS SPACE WILL BE OCCUPIED BY
Fine Merchant Tailor, 153 Salem Avenue.
aov!2 1 i:i
SIXTY DAY'S SALE.
A rare opportunity for Clothing, Gents' Furnishings and Hats at
The Salem Avenue Clothier
Contemplating moving on January 1st to the store now occupied by
George II. Davis & Co., Salem avenue, we will close our entire stock of
Men, boys and children
S ? as to open up an Extremely Xew and More Attractive stock of
CLOTHING. GENTS' FURNISHINGS AND HATS
THAN WE EVEN SOW HAVE.
We invite all to come and share the many
We will sell from now until January 1st. You will be pleased and save
E, M. DAWSON, Manager.
IS NOT EASILY RENDERED OX DISPUTED POIXTS,
BUT WHEN IT COMES TO
MENS' AXD BOYS' CLOTHING,
Furnishing Goods, Shoes or Hats, we are prepared to be the
We will he pleased to giro our you opiuicu if asked. We ullow no misrepre?
sentation. The cool weather approaches and wo have a full line of
Heavy weight suits and overcoats are in demand now and the present is the
best time to select. Our pricos are low enough to suit everybody.
GRIMBERG & MORRIS.