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ITEMS GATHERED BY OUR|
?Mr. II. C. Cooper, of Liberty, was j
in the city j-esterday.
?Messrs. R. C.Aunspaugh and Fred.
Aunspaugh, of Lynchburg, were guests
oi Mr. E. L. Stone yesterday.
?The clerk of the corporation court J
i3aued a marriage license yesterday to |
Edward B. Robinsou aud Anna Broock
?Captain Henry Daviu, contractor
on the Louisville and Nashville rail?
road, arrived here yesterday irom
?Mr. C. H. Camp will leave today
L>r Dillon's Mill, Fraukkn county,
where he will accept a position in the
store cf Camp & Belle.
?A marriage license was issued
yesterday by the clerk of the hustings
court to Mr. William J. Robiusou and j
Miss Mary E. Payne.
?Mr. A. W. Miller, of the firm of
Miller Bros., dealers in gents furnish?
ing goods, of Richmond, was a guest at
the City hotel yesterday.
?Special services will be held today
at St. John's Episcopal church at II a.
m. and S p. m. Rev. T. W. Jones, of
Liberty, will preach ia the eveuiug.
?GeDt's stiff and felt hats just
received at E. Goetz's, 21 Salem
Smoke Virginia Beauty cigarette.
They have no equal. i:ov24-lw
?No work was done iu Justice'How
erton's court yesterday. The times
are so prosperous in Roauoke thai
actions lor debt have greatlv dimin?
? Mr. B. H. Villines, of Norfolk,
who contemplates starting a soap fac?
tory here, left for the last named city
yesterday, with the expectation of re?
turning in two weeks.
? Mr. C. C. Coe. nephew of Mr. W.
W. C>e, chief engineer of the Norfolk
and Western railroad company, has
t signed the position of store-keeper at
the Roanoke Machine works.
?Hats, caps acd umrcllas at E.
Gvetz's, 21 Salem-avenue. novl4-J
For sale.?Four draft horses cheap
Diamond Ice Company. t
?Rsv. Mr. Tyrec preached to a
large congregation again last uight.
the sermon being one of the best of
l the series. The afternoon meeting
\will be held today at 4 instead of 3
-o'ct?ckT-'Meeting tonight at 7 o'clock.
?W. H. Turner, csq., of From
Royal, has located in the city for the
?prac-ice of his profession. Mr. Turner
is a nephew of Hon. R H. Turner, ol
tha twelfth circuit of Virginia, and i? ^
v ' ?_' man of energy and taient.
? Gents' fine ha:.d-a?ado shoe- at E
?'? s, 21 Salem-avauue. novl4-J
? Children's and infant's shoe* vcr\
in at E. Goelz's. 21 Salem-iv^ui".
-Mr. W. J. Francis, of Richmond,
was in the city yesterday look'nn:
aronad for at, eligible site for a stove
fnctory. He said he had $5.000 to in
B i.rx enterprise of that kiud. and
;h he had but lately arrived
was very much pleased with
' sud children hats at E.
irginia Beauty^is the only 5
r.ackage made by hand.
^?24-1 w. ?
For Rent.?A nicely furnisb?d
room, .-muble for a gentleman. Apply
5? 4?1 Campbell street,or at the Times
Wanted?At once, a dry goods
salesman. Apply at Rosenbaum &
Bros*., Salem avenue.
? lJ aster your hou?e with Marble
Rock lime, best on the market. If you
dou'i believe it. call on Caruer & Co..
Bole agents. Remember they are the
cheapest sash, door and blind manufac?
turers in the city. Satisfaction guaran?
James S. Simmons & <"o., real estate
agents, have placed the property of the
Iugleside Land company on the market
a:. 8250 per lot. on terms of $25 cash and
i&O per month. These lots are unsur
passed for beauty of location, aud all
parties wishing a desirable, site for a
home should call at once at the office of
Jas. S. Simmons & Co.
A thousand men to smoke Virgiuia
Beauty cigarettes at 5 ceuts a package.
None but judges of a good smoke need
For an easy conscience chew miut
julip and spear head. f
If you want lots in Hyde Park
call at once,
no 15 tf I Francis B. Kemp & Co.
Sweet, mild aud pleasant is the Vir?
giuia Beauty cigarette. *iov24-lw
One huudred persous. to buy twelve
pounds of granulated sugar for $1 at
Biount's blue diamond front grocery
today. 154 Salem avenue. t
Examine II. Silverthorn's stock of
diamonds. He has some beauties, t
A chance in business. Having sold
out our o'd stock of Kentucky whisky
we take this method to inform our |
friends and the public generally that we
have just received a new stock of fine j
rufediciual whisky, brandy, wine andj
old shemrock rye, tobacco, cigars, etc.
Beer always on tap at five cents per]
schooner. Call and see us.
J. T. Jones & Co.,
No. 105 NorfqlJfcavatrUc.""
The Roanoke Manufacturing com?
pany have just received a car load ofj
R->sendale cemeut, price very low. I
They also carry a full stock of the fol?
lowing lines: Auchor, Virginia and
R?cktand brands. Can make prompt ?
hipmtnt?. Prices fairly low t t
Ilawkes' "Wonderful Glasses.
As we read Mr. Hawkes1 testi
raonia's from governors, senators,legis
lators, men of science and distin
guished citizens throughout the
United Ststes, who testified to having
had their eyes improved and sometimes
restored by the use of his celebrated
glasses, we realize that a glass that
will reflect such brilliancy of light as
to enable the wearer to see as in
youth, and to read by caudle or other
artificial light, surely is to be desired
by all spectacle wearers. All eyes
fitted aud fit guaranteed by Chas.
Lylc & Co., Druggists,
A RARE BAR?AIX.
Store Fixtures and a Complete Stock
of Fresh Groceries.
A firm, desiring to put their capital
in another enterprise, will sell in the
bulk at satisfactory prices and terms,
one of the most complete stock of groce?
ries to be found in the city. Goods all
fresh and saleable. They will rent the
store room now occupied by them. It
is one of the very best stands in the
city aud commands a large aud re?
munerative trade. For particulars,ad?
dress by letter X. Y. Z ,
t Care Daily Times, Koauoke, Va.
SPECIAL LOCAL NOTICES.
Try Marston'8 rock candy drip
The largest, strongest and best fire,
life and accident companies in the world
are represented by J. F. Wingfield,
insurance aud real estate agent. t
Choice butter at B'.oout.s blue dia
moud front only 20 ceus,fresh eggs 23
cen ts ? T
The Koauoke Manufacturing Com?
pany are receiving daily largu lots of
nice, well-seasoued lumber, suitable
for paint or oil fiuisb, which they are
desirous to sell. t
Ask your grocer lor spear head to?
bacco; you'U like it. t
Trunks and valises at D. L. Solo
mou's. ' nov2 ltut
Call at II. Siiverihoru's aud see his
vacherou and constantin watches, the
tiuest ever brought to Koauoke. j
If you wish to be at peace with
your fellow men, chew spear head and
Chew spear head ouce, and you will
have no other.
MintjulipiuNovember ! VeGods?! t
---Best Pocahoutas lump coal and
dry wood delivered promptly by Clare
& Bead. Telephone TO.
Marstoc is receiviuc daily new
pruues, raisins., currants, figs aud
A $12,000 stock of carpets, rugs and
art squares, just received by E. H.
Stewart & Co. t
Antique oak dining and chamber j
suits in large Variety at E. II. Stew?
art & Co.'s. t
For fine gents furnishing goods no
to D. L. Solomea's. uov2 lmf
? liest Pocahontas lump coal and
dry wood delivered promptly by Clare j
? Reed. Telephone 70. t
The Roanoke Manufacturing com-j
?any has a I arse lot of framing lumber
m t^toeR which they arc auxiou* to sell, j
A full line of carriages.- phaetons,
huggies, harness, saddies, etc . ahvayi
?i stock at Hughes & Camp. T
W. r. Camp is prepared to move fur?
niture andall other movable property.
Give him a call. t
Buy \our cooking stoves from M.U,
Jennings & Co.. near market house.
>alem avenue. t
Turcomans, por+ieres, mantel lam?
brequins, table covers and scarfs at
E. H. Stewart & Co.'s. t
A full Hue of hats at D. L. Solo?
mon's. nov2 luil
The Koauoke Manufacturing com?
pany are now uuloadmg a carload of'
sashes, doors and blinds. Prices will
be made lower than ever before. Call
The Rum-ike Manufacturing com?
pany have an elegant lot of ash and
walnut lumber of various thickness.
Hence, 'hey are prepared to furnish
due luicdo! finish for houses on short j
Cheap lots on installments, cheap
lots for cash, cheap lots usual term
J. F. Wingfield, insurance and real
estate agent. f
Mintjulin. mintjulip, mintjulip.f
Hughes & Camp are sole agents here
for the celebrated spiral spring buggv,
the best carriage on the market. CaiLj
and see them. *
Large assortment of solid silver
wedding presents just received at H.
Silver thorn's, No. 8 Salem avenue, f
A beautiful stock of Japanese goods j
have just been received by E. H.
Stewart & Co. f
New buckwheat Hour, oatmeal ar:d|
graham flour can be had at Mars
Stoves! sloves! stoves! cheaper|
than ever at M. H. Jenuings & Co.,
Salem avenue, near market house.
Carr, the sign painter,does ex client
work. Coiner Third avenue and First
street, N. W. f
For fire, life, accident or plate glass
iusurance, call on J. F. Wingfield,
agent, 143 Salem avenue. t
A full line of watches,clocks, jewelry,
aud silverware at D. L. Solomon'?.
? Call and examine my choice stock
of groceries at 148 Salem avenue. W.
W. Marston. t
Mintjulip is the fiuest grade of uavy
tobacco on the market. Try it t
Bargains in Real Estate.
Wc oiler the following special bar?
gaius in real estate at very low figures
if taken within the next few days:
First, teu lotB iu Rogers, Fairfax &
Houston addition at 8300 each; nine
lots on Mountain street at $820 each;
four lots ou John street nt $600 each;
one lot ou Elm street at$500; ooe lot
ou Commerce street, centrally located,
$000; one lot on Kirk etieet, $45 per
trout foot, adjoiuing property held at
$100 per front foot; 275 feet on Frank?
lin road at $20 per front foot. Also two
desirable-residences on Tazcwell street
for sale or rent on easy-terms.
Gray & Boswell,
nov27-St No. 7 First avenue, S. W.
Six room? over the Citizens hank.
Suitable for a family. Apply to Wil?
liam F. Winch, Room 1,Masonic temple.
We will pay $10.00 ia Gold to the
lady furuishtag the best receipt for
keeping husbands at home at night.
All articles must hear the uame of
writer on back and not he over One
Half Column in length. Articles will
he published in this column,bearing any
non de plume. Coutest will close Janu?
ary 1st, 1690, wheu 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, lioanoke, Va.
Having sold the stock and good will
of my store on Norfolk avenue to Mr.
J. P. Ellington, J take this method of
notifying all indebted to me to call
and settle their accounts at once and
save me the necessity of placing them
in the hands of a collector.
W. P. CAMP,
nov29 lm At J. P. Ellingtons & Co.
1889 ESTABLISHED ISTS J_??J}
C. R, WERTZ,
? Dealer in?
Staple mi Fine Fain ly Groceries
Provisions and Confectionery,
103 Second Street, S.W.,
I invite your attention to the fol?
low ;n<r list of s aple and fancy goods,
which are exceedingly desirable for
the Thanksgiving Season:
Fine sugar-cured hams,
Patent family flour,
Condensed stewed tomatoes,
Early June peas,
French peas, our own importation in
tin or glass,
Cassard's pure lard,
A full line of olives, capers, sauces,
preserves in glass and bulk, jellies,
s weet and sour pickles.mixed,plain and
chow chow, Huckin's soups, ten varie?
ties, Anchovie paste, Yarmouth bloater
paste, mustards, flavoring extracts,
Sa.rato?r i chips, R. ic R. potted meats,
macaroni and vermicelli, Eidam
cheese, Parmesan cheese, pineapple
cheese, cream cheese, maple syrup,
??oek candy syrup and N. O. molasses,
also Thurber's celebrated Momaja
coffee, fine teas, chocolate, Broma and
Canned Bartlett pears,
Canned white cherries,
Canned Muscat grapes,
Canned pine apples,
Our line of crackers and cakes are
frfsh from the baker's spider, and
includes: Oyster crackers,
Bent's water biscuit,lunch
milk biscuit, water
thin crackers, gra?
Cake wafers, ginger wafers, cracker
meal. Five o'clock Teas fruit cake, 1
Imperial dessert cake, German Zwier- '
Cranberries, . .
LOOK OUT FOR THE NEW ADVERTISEMENT OF
THE ORIGINATORS OF THE
Cash System and Low Prices in this city.
IT WILL APPEAR DECEMBER THE 1ST.
?? YOU WANT TO MAKE MONEY ?
-DO YOU WANT
A CHEAP HOME?
Then Buy a lot of the Etna Land Company, located just
east of Glade Spring, in five minutes ride of the city, on the
The cheapest land to be bought. Prices ranging from
t?75 to $2CO. Sole agents.
W. M. YAGER & CO.
nov 24 6m
: This space belongs to ?
: W. K. ANDREWS & CO., I
Coal, Wood and :
? Lumber Dealers, :
] 219 Salem Avenue, S. W. ?
JjELTNQUENTS, TAKE NOTICE.
All real estate delinquent for the
non-payment of taxes thereon for
1888 will be sold at public auction on
the first day of December court, be?
tween the hours of 10 in the morning
and 4 in the evening, in front of the
court-house, unless said taxes have
been previously paid to the treasurer,
a list of which can be fonnd in clerk's
office. M. 0. THOMAS,
nol3-lm Treasurer City of Roanoke.
rpHERE WILL BE A MEETING OF
A the stockholders of the Roanoke
Rolling Mill company Saturday, De
csmber 7, 1869, at 12 o'clock noon, in
tae schedule room of the Norfolk and
Western railroad company (general
office building.) By order of the presi
nOV27 til dec 7
FOUND-ONE RED HEIFER AND
one large red cow. OwDer can
I have same by proving property and
paying charges. Apply to E. Didier,
corner Jefferson and Campbell streets.
FOUR BOARDERS WANTED.
Apply at 103 Eighth avenue, S. W.
nov 27 4t
FOR SALE.?NICE DWELLING,
nine rooms, for $1,(350, in monthly
payments of $30. J. F. WlNGFlKLD,
real estate and insurance agent.
ALL ACCOUNTS DUE THE
Brown Hardware company and
not settled by December 1st will be
placed in a collector's hands.
J R. HOCKADAT.
The Pioneer Real Estate agent, of
Roanoke city, who has been for the
past seven years located on Salem
avenue, opposite the First National
bank, has removed his office to the
First National bank building, front?
ing on Henry or First street, S. W..
where he is better prepared with in?
creased facilities, (rood conveyances
and polite assistants to serve the
public in all the branches of real
estate, selling, exchanging and
renting on commission,and takes this
opportunity of returning thanks for
the liberal patronage of the past, re
questing a continuance of the same,
promising his personal attention to
all business entrusted to his care,
no 26 lm
FOR RENT.? AGOOD DWELLING,
desirable location, well furnished.
J. F. "Wingfield, insurance and real
estate agent._novl tf
FOR RENT.?A VERY DESIRABLE
house fnrnished. Also two beau?
tiful rooms for gentlemen. Apply to
"Roanoke Times office." oc3ltf
FOR SALE.-TWO LOTS ON NEL?
SON street, 50 by 150, for $730.00
each; $95 cash,the balance in monthly
payments of $10. Address box 38,
TIRE E.-STENOGHAPHY AND
^ typewriting free. First-class facil?
ities and hest of teachers. Address,
with stamp for return postage.
THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
no9 tf Parish, N. Y.
R. J. ECKLOFF,
Fine Staple and Fancy Groceries,
CANNED GOODS, &C, &C.
POINT LACE FLOUR,
AND EVERY ARTICLE THAT CAN BE CALL KD FOR IN A FIRST
CLASS GROCERY STORE.
No 103 Jefferson Sti'^et,()ppos1te City Hotel
il Iii BTAB EXCHANGE
C. B. STROUSE & CO..
Agents for the Salem Improvement Co.,
FOR TH EMOSTDESIRABLE LOTS IN THE OLD TOWN.
COLLEGE STREET. OPPOSITE COURTHOUSE,
net 22 3m_
DUFFEY & GREEN
Again appear before you. This time with a com?
plete line of Fall and Winter Goods.
They'carry a steck of Furnishing Goods in Endless
Variety; also the celeb-ated brand of Melville. Hats
in all sty es and shapes We invite you to inspect
our goods before buying, and be convinced we can
please you in style quality and price,
135 SAL EM AVENUE.
DIS S OLUTION.
Having sold out ?ar entire stock and good will to Brown. Johnston & Co.,
the partnership heretofore existing between us, under the firm name of The
Brown Hardware Co., is hereby dissolved, and all persons indebted to us will
Hlease call and settle with J. R. C. Brown, jr., who can be found at the old
stand on Jefferson street. F. W. BROWN,
J. R. C. BROWN, Jrl.
P. W. BROWN, N". B. JOHNSTON, A. B. B0WDRE.
NEW FIR M ,
BROWN, JOHNSTON * CO.
Referring to tho above we would respectfully inform the friends of ?he ola
9rm. and the public generally, that we will continue the hardware business at
the old stand with a full and complete stock, and shall appreciate a cnutinaauce
af their patronage. BROWN, JOHNSTON & CO.
J. B. FRIER, C M. WEBBER. CHAS. D. DENTT,
?itj Sergeant. Sheriff Roanoke County. Editor Times-Register.
FRIER, WEBBER & DENIT,
REAL EoTATE AGENTS,
Salem, - Virginia.
Sell and buy houses, lots and farms on commission. Houses rented and
rents collected." Returns promptly made, Office: Basement?>uval House.