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Happenings in and around
GATHERED BY 0?R RSF
Continuation of Ronnoke 1raac
sonal Points?Sllraenloiis Escn;
from Death?Mayor* <e<?;-;
[Continued from nrst page]
and Harber & Co, Dupuv
ro, Neal, Featherstone & "V
Chapman, Gray & Bosw< 11. T
& Airhart, .1 R Hockaday a
Wingliehl. All of these firm
able and can sell you houses
at any price you waut.
If you want your house
on the Roanoke Gas Co, or
Electric Light Co, If j
call on Roanoke Water C
want to move, you had I
Roanoke Transfer Co. If)
printing of any description,
Hammond's Printing W >rks. !
Printing and Manufacturin ; Co.
W Brennaman ami Lookabill S S
If you want to feel at home,
the Hotel Roanoke. City 11
Hotel and Hotel Felix. In tin '
can find everything firs! -class. 1 i >
want anything in the meai ...
table line, go to the city market,
is well supplied with the very best r.
the men that sell there are all pi
ant to deal with. Ifyouwanl tohi
a good team, go to Williams, H
Knepp and Corder or Dyer and Riv<
If you want to be buried W<
Sisler are good men to do it.
PERSOXAE POIS I N.
Comings und Going" '.'< .- We
W.- S. Anspach, of Liberty,
the city yesterday.
Mr. R. H. Payne, of Radford, is in
Mr. W. >*. Fishburne, of Wi ynes
boro, is visiting relative.- in the city.
Mr. J. I.Goodman is visith gl
in the northern portion ol \
Miss Susie Kidd, of Fluvai :
ty. is visiting friends in the city.
Mr. R. Mecredy is visiting
and relatives in Hagerstown, Md.
Mr. J. D. Thomas, the eva'ng
of Salem, was in the city yesi
visiting Rev. W. C. Campbell.
Mrs. J. H. Camden, oi Be try si i
left yesterday to spend tl ??? k wi
relatives in Liberty.
Mr. John J. Duncan, v ho hn
attending Hampden-Sidney c<
is at home for the Christmas \
Mr. E. D. Frazier, of Ma i SJ
formerly of this city, is spendi
holidays with friend- in R< an k .
Mr. D. F. Geyer, theCamj ' I sin
merchant tailor, has gone > rth
purchase his spring -: k of Is.
Mr. Oliver Gunn, broth >ejo1
Gunn.pf.Vuuj>n, is spjsduig 11
-^j-til relatives Tu uockbridg ?
Miss Annie Payne, ol -
has been visiting Mrs. M . .
returned to her home y< terc
Mr F. M. Taylor left Ias1
Petersburg to spend Christi
relatives in that city.
Mr. Edward Lyle left ' lighl
Wytheville where he will spend .
Messrs. W. 11. H. Reynold
Lawrence Sollen burger are m kin
extended trip to Northern citi
Supterintendcnt .': ?
western divison <?( the Norfolk .'.
Western railroad, was in tlse citv ??
Mr. F. R. Hurt, of th< B
company, left yesterday for Chat
tanoosra where he will remain
after New Years.
Rev. S. L. Wilson, who h is
sick at the residence of Mr. J. II.
Featherstone, was suffici? nl I ???
ed to return to his home in i
West Va., yesterd i y.
Prof. H. L. Keen, pi neipal <
Wytheville Male Academy, who
been visiting Mr. J. J. Goodman lor
the past few days, left yesterday (or
his home ?iBerryviile.?lar-kccounty..
Master Joseph Tony, son of Mr.
Coles Terry, of Bent mountain, ; <? ;
companied by his little sister, n
turned yesterday from school 1 r the
holidays. The "son is a stud
Hampdeh, Sidney, while Miss
isattendinga private school in
A .Miraculous Escape from ?>uai?.
Quite a serious accident occurred
yesterday afternoon about twoo ? ?
at the ore washer of the Borer
mines, situated about twoand ?
m?es south of the city on the
gauge railroad that extends from tl
city to the mines.
? colored laborer by the
Henry Cook was at work on a tre> : ?
upon which some cars were being
placed, when by some me ins
became detached from the ei .
ran back upon him, knocking dm
the trestle and injuring him >
severely. The wonder is thai
man was not killed as ?he distal
?-.hieb be fell was over, twenty . ;
There were only two cases tri d b
fore Mayor Carr yesterday,
were George Williams, charged with
carrying concealed weapons, and Jo?
seph Wright,'charged with iii" lar?
ceny of a pair gloves. Both were
found guilty, and Williams was fined
$20. and Wright will have to break
rock on the streets for the next sixty
The case of Charles Cannon, .'inn
Hezertee, George Turner, H. D. B?
mont and Jesse Wertz. charged with
larceny, were all continued till Janua?
ry 4, and the parties were all com?
mitted to jail.
Mr. John A. Johnson and Miss
Lulie Arthur were married yesterday
.afternoon bv Rev. J. E. Bushneil,
pastor of St. Mark's church. The fol?
lowing were the attendants: Mr.
Walter Paitzel and Miss Sallie Me
Coy, and Mr. Samuel Arthur and Mus
Esther Paitzel. An elegant supper
was Bervcd up for the enjoyment of
Mr. J. P. Murry, a well-known cit?
izen of Roanoke, was married Sunday
morning at the residence of her
parents, Mr. Abrains Laymen to Mis-.
Dee Layman, a most estimable and
popular young lady, Rev. R. R. Luus
ford, of the Baptist ch u rcb, o fu dating.
Mr. W. R. Miller and Miss Alice B.
Coffman, wers married yesterday
evening by Rev. J. E. Busbuell, pas?
te* til St. M?f k'b Lutheran church, at
the residence of Mr. U. S. Coffman,
320 Fourth avenue, N. W.
.:? igest financial institution iu
,ve t Virginia?The Roanoks
j Trust, Loan aud Sure Deposit com?
pany. Capital and surplus, $182.000.
! Fays interest on deposits. dec 25-tf
Try Garner's piss feet. dec 7 Du
?Boys and children hats at E.
i GooJz's, 21 Saleni-avenue. novl4-t
f - stiff i nd foit h.ns just
rec vi . at E. Goctz's, 21 Salem
. o| .... hall w ill lie played
: .. .. rside park this afternon by
nines composed of players
fro ill ? .-Id Roanoke and Virginia
j.club?. The ' will be called
promptly at 2.8*j o'clock. ?
?U >ts. . ips . . umrellas at Ei
? : . '.. 21 Sali.!.- v - nus. tiovl4-}
? I .:. i i. SOTHIES.
, : (j . : made shoes at E.
(5 . 21 S it ?>? uou*. oovl4-J
i. ma vi 11" ;.i ' uuut's Blue Dia
fro it, 15 1 Sa ? in -v. one.
<;e- IS till dec26
|;Tn i ;? ;. mato catsup. Blue
eat. \o4 Sa ? m avenue.
dcclS till dei2?
tries al Bjb unt's Blue Dia
? :, i? 1 Salem avenue.
doc IS till dec26
.?Four draft horses cheap.
Di i i U e Company 1
? dip. mint julip, mint julip.t
piu November ! Ye Gods I !!
;.. is the Quest grade of navy
to! c ?? on the market. Try it t
I . . tkes, pies, nuts, canned
g 's i ... Garner's. dccS lmf
ir grocer :er spear bead to?
bacco; you'll like it. t
Go to Garner's grocery for a nice
fry Marstou's rock eaudy drip
easy conscience chew mint
julip ?nd spear bead. 1
s ic T com ' eef at Garner's.
ar hi i ! once, aud you will
have ur> other. t
< . tcrs on the half shell at Catogni's.
i . ? oat moal, oat flake, buck
t fj ur aud hominy at Blount's
mori 1 front. decl4tilldec261
7 ? ui want lota in Hyde Park
cai! at once.
5 tl : Fbaxcis U. Kkmp & Co.
? Davis .v (.'".. Jefferson street,
for simple aud faojy groceries.
t Pi :ahoulas lump coal and
divered promptly by Clare
& Rf . I Telephone 70.
wish to be at peace with
liow men, chew spearhead and
mint julxp. t
itiful stock of Japanese goods
htivi . is* i en received by fi. H.
.""irt & Co. t
New buckwheat llour, oatmeal aud
Tai: re t! ur can be had at Mars
ar c i king stores from M.H,
? S Co.. near market liouse.
. arri iges, phaetons,
-. . h irues>. saddles, etc . always
In stock at Hughe* & Camp. f
receivins daily new
. ra . . cuiraats, figs and
( .msno mv i hoice sio? k
. .? I4S Salem.avenue. W.
?V. Mur*to?. ? ?
t>u k i shoit proGts at
ii ,-. Li.; diamond front grocery,
154 Sali sveuut. decl4-13t
faii to attcud the grand
? ?: Christmas go1 als at M. L.
al >ntas lump coal and
:?? i promptly by Clare
& Rccd. T<photic- 70. . t
|iie oak dining and chamber
?:etv at E. li. Stew?
art & Co.'s. t
i & Camp arc sole agents ben
for the celebrated spiral spring buggy,
the bc?i carriage on the market. Call
ttudsee them. i
Stoves! stoves! stoves! cheaper
than ever al M.H. Jennings & Co.,
Sab :u iv< nue, acar market house.
? a] Ic u installments, cheap
? cash, cheap lots usual terms.
J. F. Wingtield, insurance aud real
estate agent. t
S i] ud . ?!.. y groceries, fresh and
a Blount's Blue Diamond
fr?nt, Iii Salem avenue.
El ant hams, breakfast bacon and
sausage, low lor spot each
al Uli Blue Diamond front.
ret untry lard, sugar-cured hams,
br< ? bac<aud bologna at Davis
& v' >.*s. dec20-lm1
A largo and varied assortment of
Smas goods cau be found at E. II.
Stewart & Co.'s. dcc20-5tt
Bi f ire makiug your Xmas purchases
call and examine the largo stock at E.
H. Stewart & Co.'s. dee20-5tt
L Smith's Salem avenue estab
has a full supply of books ?
beautiful photographs, albums and
an endless variety of novelty goods.
If you want a good barrel of family
fli>ur, go i" Davis <S:- Co., grocers, Jef?
ferson street, i'hey keep iu stock P.*
I. . Terry's fancy family, Viutuu fam?
ily, t 'avc Spring family, and Boii6ackB
No. 1. dec20-lmf
Hughes & Camp have removed to
1 their new quarters, No. 153 Salem
I avenue, opposite the office of the
I Roanoke Loan, and Trust company
where they have a full line of buggies
and harness and would be glad to see
I their old friends and customers aud
the public generally. decll-tf
I The lale change in the firm of W. P.
j Camp has nothing to do with the bar
room attached, and Messrs. J. T.
j Jone? & Co. are still in their old stand
I in the rear of the store, and are still
j shoring their fine medicinal whiskey to
I the front, and have just; received the
j finest stock of liquors, wines, etc., on
the tnardeti Call and try them.
J. T. Jones & Co.,
Pld No., 105 Norfolk Avenue.
Wanted?At' once, a dry good
salesman. Apply at Rbwubfftrm &
j Bros'., Hatem nrVtitre.
I will positively warrnut tliose w ho
owe me if they do not come foj wn !
and bettle without delay, cither by
note or paying cash.
W. P. CAMP,
Ellington's store, Norfolk avenue
I near Nelson street. dec IC t f.
JamesS. Simmons &< >o., renl ill !e
agents, have placed the property of the
Ingleside Land company ou
at $250 per lot. ou terms ol $25 ens I
$10 per month. These lots arc unsur?
passed for beauty of location, and II
parties wishing a desirable !?::;?
home should call at once at the off! :e oi
Jas. S. Simmon- ( <>.
Lot in Edgewoodfor &3 10, ? " I cash
and $10 per month.
House and lot on Eigh
$300 cash and $2"> per month.
House and lot on Eighth uveu
$1,350. cash $350 an.I 820 :
Hyde Park lot at $250 to , ? \Q.
,1 P. WlNOFXBIiD,
Insurance and Real Estate^ ent.
?Plaster your bouse with M
Rock lime, best on the market,
don't believe it, call ou Carm i Co..
sole agents. Rcmemlier i'" v
cheapest sush, door and
turers in the city. Sai .-faoliou ^luw -
?M. L. Smith has a full line of
books, toilet and mauicure si ts, tr |
coated mirrors, decorated china v.
line porcelam placqnes, tooth bru I
and everything needed in the w '?
ornament or utility.
INTERN ATI 0 S
A strictly flrst-chvsmac. !'..
warranted. Made from verj
terial, by skilled workmen, i
ihe best too's thai have ever
devised for the purpose. Wan
to do all that can Lc reasonal
pected of the very best typewri
extant. Capable of writing I50j
words per minute?or more?ac
to the ability of the operator.
If there is no agent in your town,
aidress the manufacturers.
THE PARISH MFG. CO.,
Acents wanted. Parish, N. V.
ELINQ?ENTS, TAKE IS (>T ICE.
All real estate delinqnenl for the
non-payment of taxes 'thereon for
1888 will be sold at public, auction on
the first day of January court, be?
tween the hours of 10 in the morning
and 4 in the evening, in front oi the
court-house, unless said taxes have
been previously paid to the treasur< r,
a list of which can bo tound in clerk's
office. M. C. THOMAS,
decl-lui Treasurer City of Roanoke.
g. iff. ukulix, w. w. won,Ait
BERLIN * WORKMAN,
GEN EU AI AUCTIONEERS,
No. 18 Salem avenue, Roanoke, Va,
Having this clay entered into a co?
partnership for "tho purpose of'con?
ducting'a-general auction business in
the city of Roanoke, we hereby I ?
this method of informing the public!
that we are now prepared to sell any
thing they may wish at public auc?
bpecial Attention paid to sales
at Private Residences and
Auction sale of stock, fnrniture;&c.
on lot in front of market house, every
Saturday at 10 o'clock a. in.
AUCTION EVERY NIGHT AT BER?
LIN'S AUCTION RUOM.
Parties wishing anything spld v. iil
do well to consult us at auction room,
where we can always be found (hiring
We have in connection with our
auction house a large storage room,
where any goods sent on consignment
will he taken care of.
Consignments solicited. Positively
prompt returns made. Watch daily
papers for special sales.
BERLIN & WORKMAN,
A CHANCE TO fiKlM?Slfi
USalary and expenses paid, or Com
ission, if preferred. Salesmen wanted !
hverrvvhere^No experience needed. ]
FOSTER * CO.
ENi STDOAH VALLEY RAIL
S. P. TVLGR. ItfiCClTfif.
Sihcdala ia Effect Norcabw 21. I?9.
inurvK AT ROANOKE.
5 00 p. m. Daily?Memphis Express,
from H?gers town and the
north. Through Pullman
sleeping cars from New
1 ork and Philadelphia to
Chattanooga and DJ cm
plus via 11 arris burg, Ha
gerstown and . Roanoke.
7.20 a. in. Daily - Now Orleans ex
press from New York,
Philadelphia and Haiti
more, making connection
through to the south.
Carries through Pullman
palace buffet sleeping car
Irom Philadelphia to New
Orleans without change,
via Harrisburg, Hagers
i own. Roanoke, Cleve?
land, Calera, and L. & N.
12.03 Mid- Daily?Baltimore express
night. from all points south ar
rivo in Washington 11.45
a in; Baltimore 11.45 a m;
tlarrisburg, 11.40 a m;
Philadelphia, 3.15 p in,
New York, 5 50 p in.
Carries Pullman palace
h?lfet sleeping car from
New i h*leaus to Philadel
! ?hin without change, via
i. iv. N- R. H, Calera,
Cleveland, Roanoke. Ha
rstown and tlarrisburg.
1,50 p. in. Daily?New York ami
from Memphis, Chat?
tanooga and all
points south. Arrive
Philadelphia 4-20 a in.
New York, 7 10 a in;
carries Pal It: an Palace
buffet sleeping cars
through to Philadelphia
and .New York via Roa?
noke. Hagerstown and
Tieki t agents will furnish all in for
. rion and through schedules upon
?). HOWARD ROYER.
<;. P. \ T. Agent, Koanoke. Va.
In pres ml in ? Pratt's Astral Oil
to your notice, we offer the best
Burning and Illuminating Oil ever
n the : irket. The perfection
reached in its manufacture is the
result oftheverj best methods, un?
remitting care iu iis distillation, em?
ployment of the highest mechanical
.-!.:!!, and 'in- closest attention to
everv detail. Tbc oil is
and 'if unequalled burning quality.
FOR SALE BY
iL AND WOO
Winter is coming and everybody J
Bhould prepare for it.
CLARE & READ
Pocahoutas lump Coal
CHEAP AS THE C?EAI'EST.
CHUROH AND ROANOKE STS.,
TELEPHONE NO. 70
In; 0 0_
LOOK OUT B01rS.
We are ready to furnish you with the I
nest and finest drink iu the city which |
11. A. Smith, late of the Palace hotel
can serve to you; you know it. Come j
and sec the only place where yon caD
get ? Roanoke surprise.
B. GEISMAR Proprietor
201 SALEM AYE., RUAffOKE, VA
WETAKEGREAT PLEASURE IN STATING TO OUR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC
WE HAVE NOW IM STOCK
? A FITXL
SUPPLY of Everything
OUR LINE ? - OUR LINE
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Wh skies, Brandies, Wines, etc., both foreign and domestic, in wood and glass, which
we guarantee Absolutely Pure, and as Low as Can be Bought
in this or any other State.
COME AND SEE US. COME AND SEE US.
JOSEPH LAWSON & CO,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS.
NO. 3 JEFF RSON STREET. ,.,.?..;?.: N 3 EFFERSON STREET.
Hill & Sh EXCHANGE.
FOR 111?. FOR CHRISTMAS.
FAMILIES SUPPLIED WITH OYSTFRS AT
Oysters in every style al Oppenheim's! Oysters broiled on
toast at oppenheim's! Oysters ready packed in box?s, at Op
penheini's! Fine whisky, reasonable price, at Oppenh^im's!
Whisky for private use 1879, .\ rarity, analyzed by Prof. Aiken. of
the University of Maryland at Oppeiilieini's! Whisky, ehoice
for family use a1 Oppenhiems! Eine -.vinos and champagne at
Oppenheim's! Tobacco and line Havana cigars at Oppenheim's.
A Happy Chris mas for all at Oppenheim's. Come!
to the im.
We wiil pny $10.00 in Gold to the
lady Furnishing the beat receipt fur
keeping husbands at home at night
All articles-must bear the name ol
writer on back and uol be over Om
Half Column in length. Articles will
ne published in this column.bearing aa\
nom ile plume. Contest will close J tnu
arv 1st, 1890, when ii:rce meu will be
selected, who wiil not know name of
contestant, to Rward prize. Address all
communications to Waller Pocahontas
Huff & Co., the leading low price Coa!
and Lumber merchants, Roanoke, V::.
Receipt lin' Keeping Itusbnu
Hume :ti "i larlif.
Have convenient a sof? or som
other contrivaucc for lazine: ?. that !:
may lake a
I'ul into his bands an intcrcsliu
look, say, for instance the history of
Avoid anything that would !c;;d him
to the discovery that lie is not to re::d
a line. Apply to his foot slippers
pretty enough for Hie
of a king. Call the fascinating gov?
erness to come below stairs
sit with him whilst his wife seeks
the evening at next dour.
For this quarter and
for month of November are now due j
and payable at company's office.
If paid before the 10th instant ft
discount of 12? per cent, allowed.
No discount on bills paid after the ]
Failure to receive a bill does not en- j
title consumer to the discount.
Lime for Fertilizing and Disinfect-j
ing, also Gas Tar for sale
Applications for extensions, im-;
provements, taps, purchases and all j
other matters relating to Gas or
Water should be made to
ROANOKE GAS AND WATER CO
No, ll Thiffl Arwnre, Btrnthwwt
PRA? THAI. WATCH-MAKER.
Dealer in Indies' and gents' gold watches, etc. Handsome assortment of
imitation French Clocks in black wood and metal. Call and get prices:
ein aper than elsewhere. Next to Home Sewing Machine Co. dec 34 lw.
.130 p ADLER. 130
! cl rin:-/;, gen rs' furnishinggoods, hats, &c?
in en I :ss /ariety, will be offered from now until Christmas
CH ?APl R THAN EVER. Iam determined not to carry
any wi; t :r stock over. Come and priee my Clothing be
irchasing elsewhere; it will save you money. No
trouble to show you goods. Politest attention to all.
P. ADLER, ijo Salem Avenue.
ALSO AGE NT FjOR 1'. E. S. DRAWERS.
Again appear before you. This time with a com
plete line of Fall and Winter Goods.
LL GRADES CLOTHINi
They cany a steck of Furnishing Goods in Tndless
Variety; also the celebrated brand of Melville Hats
in all sty.esand shapes. We invite you to inspect
our goods before buying, and be convinced we can
please you in style, quality and price,
WILLIAM M. NELSON. - - - - - E. A. PARSONS. *
NELSON & PARSONS,
real estate and insurance agents,
OFFICE, ROOM NO. 1, DTJVAL HOUSE,
Have for sale the most desirable residence and business property in the
beautiful town of Salem. Agents for the Salem Improvement company. Do
not fail to call and see us. Correspondence invited._decl-tf
CK EN, JR.
Having returned from a month's tramp through the artistic
houses in New York, has selected an assortment of the latest
Jewelry, Watches and Silverware,
H1CH ART GOODS
never before introduced in this part of the couDtv. Royal
Worcester, Doulton and Cut Glass from England, Porcelain
from Dresden, Marble Clocks from Paris, Quaint Curios from
Japan, Hand Painted Cups from China and Turkish Fezes.
His selection of
Oxodizecl Silver Tables, Lamps, Candelabras
Hundred and One Other Novelties
Need only to be seen to be appreciated and purchased.
We cordially invite all to call and see our goods before
?HRlSTMAS :-: PBESESTS"
~ HCOTS JEWELRY & ART EMPORI?M,
29 SALEM AVEKUB, - - - R???ltej V^KfetatfA