Hundreds of patterns of
Dress Goods?the most beauti
fnl designs and of the fmesb
weaves?such as Figuraa
Mohairs in black and color efa,
Mohair Brilliantine, Silk anCr
Wool Boucles, Fancy Jacq?
uards, Storm Serges in navy
blue and black, Broadcloths
in all color?, Henriettas in all
the new shades at prices that
will astonish yon for cheapness.
The handsomest line of 25c
Dress Goods in the city.
Black Dress Goods.
We have laid in the
largest assortment of
Black Goods, consisting
of French Serge in 46, 48
and 50 inches wide at 50c,
65c and 75c. These goods
must be seen to be appre?
ciated?every yard guar?
anteed. Fancy Black,
Jacquard Mohair, Mohair?
eens, Crepons, Ladies'
Cloth, Henriettas, and a
dozen other makes.
lew Silts for Iaists
At 75c, worth $1. 20
different patterns to se?
Special Drive in
Chenile Table Covers,
Just received 10 dozen
Chenile Table Covers,
all beautiful designs, 1 ^
yards square, at 75c.
10 dc/en at 69c. Come
and see them and compare
them with any dollar
spread you ever bought.
You'll spy ours is the
Our Fall Stock of
Is arriving, French
Felts and Wool Felts,
Boy's and Girl's Hats and
Caps, Flowers and Feath
ers, Ribbons and Velvets.
We will carry this Fall
exclusive styles?such as
cannot be obtained else?
26 Salem Avenue S. W.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report
FROM ALL AROUND THE CITY.
Current Local Events of the Day
Bits of Facts and Gossip Gathered on the
Street? by Time? Reporters?Point*
Political. Social and General Happen?
A Stray Ilorse Impounded.
The police olllcors captured and im?
pounded a stray horse yesterday.
The Lutheran Synod
Rov. O. C. Miller left yesterday for
Gtaunton, where he will attend the
United Synod of tho South of tho
Lutheran Church, which convcnos in
that city to day.
yjy Iiis Sale.
On yesterday O. 11. Vinos, trustee,
sold Motel Lee, of this city, at the prico
of S53.300 cash, tho Central City
Building and Lor.n Association, of Syra?
cuse, N. Y., bel?g tho purchaser.
Jloohs Turned Over.
Assessor T. J. Mitchell turned ovor
tuu books yestorday to Commissioner of
Rovenuo Patfcle and the clerk of tho
court. This finishes tho assessment o!
Uoanoko real estate, which required
about nine months of laborious and par?
ticular work. _
Mr. ltlchardaon llcttor.
Mr. T. W. Richardson, of Bedford
City, who has been quite ill with fever,
is reported as being convalescent. Mr.
Rlchardsonjwas'formerly foreman on the
Tub Timkb and has many friends in
this city. He is now one of the pro?
prietors of the Bedford Bullotln.
The Kpworth League festival hold
under the auspices of the Belmont M.
E. Church, in Woodland Park was a
success, both in attendance and finan?
cially. Refreshments of all kinds arc/]
being servol by boaut?ul young lalies/
and will bo continued to-night.
Largo Hnle of Ticket?.
The advance salo of scats for "Trilj
by," which will appear at the Academ]
of MuBic to-morrow night, is very larg?
A number of people have purchase!
tickots from adjoining towns, and Manl
ager Hooper is doing all in his powor tc
make tho opening engagementasuccossj
Death of Norm? lilerliowor.
Norma Hierbower, oldest dautrhter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Biorfcower, aged 3
years and 1 month, died this morning at
1 o'clock at tho family residence, Mo.
120 liullitt avenu j southeast, of diph?
theria. The funeral will take place this
afternoon at an hour yet to bo doter
In the Courts.
A small judgment was rendered in
Judgo Dupuy's court in favor of S. B.
Mobcb & SonB against T. S. Kennorly
and othors. The case of the Koanoko
Savings Bank vn Mrs. S. li. Stormfehz
was in prngroBB when Juror Scott was
taken Ruddcnly 111, and court was ad
iourncd till to-morrow morning.
Condition of Hoard Walkx.
Tho board walka on Wells avenue
n. e., just east of Jefferson streut, are
vory much In nocd of repalrB. Some of
tho boards are gouo entirely, and others
are loose, and :is there 4s no light at all
on this portion of tho street it is ex-/|
tromely dangerous for podestriana a/t
night. _ S A
In the Police Court.
The nix boys arrested for playing
ball on the vacant lot on Commerce
street were dismissed. I'ink Edwards,
colored, was Uaed $30 for raising a dis?
turbance, on the street. Four white
men were fined an aggregate of Sir> for
disorderly conduct, and one drunk and
down was assessed 83.50. Two cows
were reported in the pound, and one of
them has a bell on.
A Wedding Party.
A wedding party passed through tho
city yestorday, which attracted quitej a
good dual of attention at the Union
depot. Tho groom was a tall Indiana
farmer, and the bride a sly little cr>uA?
try girl from Franklin county. His
name wqb G. F. Wright and the bride
was a Miss Doraw, and many were the
regrets of the young lady's relatives,:
who had accompanied tho couplo to this
city, at her departure for bar Western
New Keal Estate Company.
A charter was granted the Dividend
Company by Judge Woods yesterday.
Tho capital stock of tho now company
is to bo not less than S1U.UO0, nor over
?50,000. The company will buy and sell
real eBtate, and do a general rental
business. Tho ofilce of the company
will be in Roanoke, and the officers are
as follows: T. T. Fishburne, president;
W. K. Andrews, vice president, and J.
B. Fishburne, secretary and treasurer.
The above named officers, together with
J. B. Fishburne and W. 0. Stephenson,
constitute the board of directors.
Work to he Resumed at One?.
A representative of The Timks saw
Mr. E. A. Wilson, the contractor, yes?
terday, in regard to the resumption of
work on the public building, which was
suspended a short time ago. Mr. Wil?
son sv.'B that all claims will be settled,
and v. rk will be resumed as soon as a
carload of building stone arrives, which
is now on the road. Ho has been
notified by the department to go on
wltb the work as rapidly as possible.
Mr. Wilson's family Is here and will
stay. All claims will be satisfactorily
arranged at ones.
Ladle*' Aid Society Festival.
The Ladies' Aid Sooiety of tho Lee
Street Methodist Church, aro holding a
festival in tho vacant store room at 122
Salem avenue, next door to Watt, Ilet
tnw it. Clan's. A largo numbor of peo
plo attended the fostlval last night, and
from a financial atandpoi it tho ladies
of Leo street aro makit.g a grand suc?
cess It will contlnuo to night and tho
public is cordially invited to attond.
Tho editor and his assistants return
thanks for the nice refreshment* sent
A l'erfect Huttor Maker.
M. D. Miller and J. E. GibbB, of
Brldgewater, Vs., are in the oity ex?
hibiting a new churn of which Mr.
Uibbs is the patentee. The churn is a
(Treat improvement ovor anything ever
before exhibited here, and thoso inter?
ested would do well to Investigate the
matter. Tho churn is now on exhibi?
tion at the raarkot squaro, whore It can
cveeon at any timo.
Yestorday will be recorded as one of
the hottest days ever experienced in
Roanoke. The streets during the day
woro remarkably free "from pedestrians;
only thoBO having business would ven?
ture out of tho shade for fear of being
overcome by tho heat. Tho thermom
ter at Mr. J. S Patilo'a registered 103
tho shade at 1 p. in. and 101 in tho
ado at 3 p. m. at the residence of S.
ShafTor, on Jefferson street. At 7:30
m. it was 02 degrees at Hotel Roa
One of the jurors in the circuit
'coJVft was overcome by tho intense hoat.^j
Festival and I'lcoic.
The festival which has been held fcr
the past three night* in tho vacant
store room, cornor JefToraon street and
Campbell avenue closed last night. It
was hold by the Ladies' Aid Society of
tho United Brethren Church and the
procoedu went for the benefit of the
churoh. The United Brethren Sunday
Bohool children will hold their annual
picnic at Lake Spring, Salem. A spe?
cial car has been chartered for the
occasion and all the school children,
their parents and members of the
church are expected to attend and have
a good time. Tho car will leave the
Terry building at D a. m.
Ep?orth League Entertainment
/ The Bpworth League of Vinton M. E.
'Church South will give a free public
ontortainment at the church on next
Monday evening, the 231 instant, be?
ginning at 8 o'clcck. The following
programme will bo rendered: Chorus ?
"Battle Hymn of Epworth League;"
prayer by Rev. G. T. D. Collins; solo by
Miss Smith; recitation, Miss Pedigo;
duet, Mrs. Collins and Miss Smith;
recitation, Miss Mamie Barksdale: Bolo,
Miss Klser; recitation, Miss Parke
Smith; duet, Miss Smith and Miss
Klaer; remarks by Dr. R. H. Garth
right; solo, Miss Loula Srultb; recita?
tion, Viola Viar; recitation, Miss Alice
.Barksdalo; reading, Mrs. R. II. Garth
Tight; closing chorus.
East Koanoke Entertainment.
The ontortainment and festival by tho
Young Ladies' Aid Socioty of the East
Roanoko Haptist Church, held last
night, was one of the mostsuccossful ever
held. The programmo was well rendered.
Mrs. Mattie Rule Allen furnished ex?
cellent music. Tbe entertainment was
opened with prayer by B F. Childress,
followed by a duot by Misses Myrtle
SourB and Blanche Werden; recitation,
"Fetching Water From tho Well," by
Miss Susie Carr; "Hackward, Turn
Hackward, Oh'. Timo, In Your Flight,"
by Miss Myrtlo Nycutn Tho entertain
Nppnt closed by Bluglng hymn entitled
\"Sowlnp Time." The festival will con?
tinue to-night and to-morrow night,
boing supplied with all kindu of refresh?
/ Valuable Invention by a Kuanuker.
/ Mr. Samuel B. Dearing, station master
'at Roanoke, has recently received from
the p&tent otlise Washington, D. C ,
"the exclusive right to make, use and
vend," etc., his invention, consisting of
an improved railroad car wheel, having
"a wheel within a wheel," or, in other
words, two wheels cast solid on a
common hub, the outer running on the
rail, and the inner, smaller in diameter
than its twta, to be used for braking
purposes solely. This auxiliary wheel
Is hollow and perforated as well as
being thrown outward from Its fellow,
tbe expreas purpose of which is to
afford free ventilation, thus entirely
dissipating the heat generated by the
application of the brake shoe and pre?
venting its communication to the wheel
on the rail. Paramount over tho other
advantages of this patent is the fact
that its adoption will remove the brak?
ing apparatus of cars from hanging di -
roctly Gver tho rail, so th u in case of
its breaking or falling down from any
cause it would drop between instaad of
on tho rails as under the present usage
and thus eliminate a serious mcnaco to
|ife and property.
,f>A. McDonnell l>ead.
A telogram was received yesterday
mornlnsr by M. Conroy from Altoona,
Pa., stating that Jas. A. McConnoll died
tho evening before, of brain fever, at
the residence of hiB brother, W. P. Mc?
Connoll, in that city. Mr. McConnell
was well known here, having been gen?
eral foreman of tho Roanoke Machine
Works for a number of years, and his
many friends in this oity will be grieved
to learn of his death. He resigned His
position in the shops in 1801 to go into
the contracting business. Ho was In
the City Council tbe greater portion of
the time in which he was a oiti/.en of
Roanoke, and was a powerful factor in
the city politically. Mr. McConneli was
a widower, his wife having been killed
in 1887 by being struck by a stone from
a blast on Holliday street. He was
about 43 years of age, and left Roanoke
about a yoar ago, when he went to the
home of his brother at Altoona, whore
ho remained until his death He was
an active member of tbe B. P O. E.,
and the funeral services will be con?
ducted by the Altoona Lodge of Elka.
He was a member of Roanoke Lodge,
and a committee from here left last
night to attend the funeral. The fune
ral services will take place on Saturday
1 Must be Scon and Heard to bo l'ronerly
Yoti must see, also hoar, tho tone of
ono of the now stylo Marshall & Wen?
dell pianos sn order to properly ap?
preciate this a".istic instrument. A
largo shihu-.:i just received at Hobble
ASTHMA 18 CUKAUI.G.
Many Who Called Yestorday at Mssrtlo's
I)r 11 u Moro Already TestHy to Thin.
If there was doubt in thu mind of any
suiTeror from Asthma in tho city as
to tho truth of tho claims mado j
for Dr. Scbiumunn'u Asthma Curo
that doubt no longer remains, providing
ho was among the many who called at
Massio's drug storo yoaterday and ob?
tained a Baucpio package froo. Altnough
many who availed thomsolvos of this
physician's ofTer havo not as yot had
occasion to test tho free sample obtained,
yet a great number wbo have already
tried tho same most unhesitatingly do
olaro in positive terms that roliof was
immediate; that tho wretched spasms
wore checked; that free expectoration
was induced; that a reclining position
was readily assumed and gratefully
maintained; that tho sloop which fol?
lowed was restful and unbroken, and
that the morning brought a cloar head
and a feeling of delightod thankful?
ness which no words are tco strong to
detcrlbe It is not pretended that a
cure follows the use of the sample.
Asthma and its kindred ailments are
among tho most stubborn known to
iBclence. But it is asserted positively,
\nd testified to by thousands, that a
consistent ?and porsoverant use cf
rb. Scbifftnann's Asthma Curo will not
01 ly produce instant relief, but will
cf actually banish tho trouble. This
re nedy is now in tho hands of mo3t
dr Jggiats in the United States and is
so d in packages, at 50 cents and SI,
th 13 bringing it wittin tbo reach of all.
Nu more free tampion uau bo obtained,
as the Doctor now announces to the
pablic that ho will lefund tho money
\p any person who. having purchased
L package of his drugpist, finds on giv?
ing it u fair trial that it does not do
exactly as claimed for it.
Tho festival at the end of tbo car line
at Vinton, given by tho Ladies' Aid So?
ciety f the M. E Church last night, was
well attended. A large number of Roa
nokers participated and aidod in making
the affair a buccoss.
A Receiving: Teller and #U:i,UOO Hitting.
Chicago, Soot. 19.?Ross C. Van Bok
klen, receiving teller of the Merchant's
Loan and Trust Company, is missing.
So is S33.0CO of the money belonging to
that institution, which is the second
largest banking concsrn in tho West,
The discovery of the shortage came
about when a representative of the Mo
Oormick Harvester Company called at
the bank in regard to a deposit of 533,000
made last Friday.
\ Cadet Appoint meuta.
wWsmxGTOX, Sept. 10 ?Cadet ap?
pointments to the West Point Military
Academy havo been mado as follows:
Goor&e B. Pillsbury, TewkBbury, Mass.;
L. O. Cunningham, Falrplay, Maine,
withfc. M. Ci-mr^n. of Butler, Mo., as
alternate: A. F. Morrisiu, of Manches?
Itegardod im a Had Joke.
LdXDON, Sep',. 10 ?Tho Chronicle's
Rcbdo correspondent saya that tbo an?
nouncement of subscriptions for the
ransom of Rome and its restoration to
the popo is received with tho greatest
ridicule both by Italian cllidals and
by tho Vatican. I -. Is regarded as a bad
Colored Odd Fellowa Adjourn
Lexington, Va . Sapi. 10 ?The grand
lodffo of Virginii Grand United Order of
Odd Fellows, colored, adjourned to?
night after electing graud otneors.
Richmond was selected sm tho next
place of meeting of th.- g.-i'id lodgo.
Railroad Company Hold KeBpoaslhle.
Lvxcanuut?, V.l., S.ipt. I0 ? Tho ver
aict cf th.; c-.ironc::'?; j irv, wuic'.i Investi?
gated the killing o! Joseph Callahan
and family and Miss Eva ?d. Brayer at
Lawyers several days 3^0. rendered a
verdict holding the railroad company
responsible Inr the accident.
Train Held Up.
Wai i-aca, Wls., Sent. 19 ?1'assengor
train No on tho Wisconsin Central
road, Conductor Whitney and Engineer
Blaino. was held uu by armed men at
0:15 to niv'bt in a swamp thieo miles
west of tho ci ty. The engine and bag?
gage car were ditched by pulling spikoB.
The Danger is Averted by Using
"Nearly forty years ago, after
some weeks of sickness, my hair
turned gray ami began tailing out
so rapidly (hat I was threatened
with immediate baldness. Hearing
Ayer's Hair Vigor highly spoken of,
1 commenced using this prepara?
tion, and was so well satisfied with
the result that I have never tried
any other kind of dressing, ft stop?
ped the hair from falling out. stimu?
lated a new growth of hair, ami kept
the scalp free from dandruff. Only
an occasional application is now
needed to keep my hair <>! good,
natural color. 1 never hesitate to
recommend any of Ayer's medicines
to my friends."?M rs.II. M. II aio iit,
Ayer's Hair Vigor
rnF.PAiiKi? i v
DR. j. C. AYER & CO.. LOWELL, MASS.. U. S. A.
.Iyer's 8atSttpafUlii Itcmwtt VUuplet?
THRE!?1 SIZES OZET 'DEIM!.
But Just Note the Prices. Everybody
Can Have a Rug.
No. I-?ra 26x54 inch at 99c.
fto. 2---;re 3x6 feet at SI.99.
No. 3?Are 6x9 feet at $6.50
Thi.sc prices are less than % of regular prices for
these Ru,;s and can only last a few days. About 75
of them in the lot. Displayed in north window.
Japanese Screens went lively, just 5 of them left. No more of them.
Cot while you may. L'rice $3.49, value ?('?.
What a shower o.'Suspenders we have let out this week, 50c valu ei?
nt l25o did it. A tew of them left. Ju South window.
BLACK DRESS GOODS.
Call in and glance over the values we are Ottering in now fall styles
25c, 37ic, 42Jc, 45c, 50c, 5flc, 65c. The greatest variety ot' everything
desirable in popular priced "Woolen Fabrics ever shown here.
Our Dress Goods stock for the fall will be the largest and cheapest
we have ever had.
FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN.
At 12Jc the Best Black Bibbed Hose in the market, see them, a".i
At 12Ac yard Park Blue Percales. New styles.
At *e and 10c Now Outing Flannels.
At 5c yard best quality Blue Prints.
At 'je Simpson's Mourning Prints in Greys stud Blacks.
At 0c yard Lancaster Ginghams iu apron cheeks.
At Gc best quality lted and Garnet prints. New styles.
At PJic Ihc best all Linen Muck Towels in the market at the price.
At 25c the largest and best Damask Towels you ever saw at the
New things are arriving every day and never before hoard of values
are here on every hand.
101 SALEM AVENUE
The above represents a few of our new
styles in Hats for fall and winter, 1 895
Our line of Fali Millinery is now complete.
We have everything that could be obtained
in the eastern markets. All our goods are im?
ported and of the best styles. We will show
this fall the largest assortment of French
Millinery and Novelties ever shown in Roa?
noke. Also a full line of
Ladies' Capes and Cloaks.
Everything at the Lowest Prices.
Our GRAND FALL OPENING will be
announced later on.
M. Indortky, (
HO! Sal dm
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