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IT IS ECONOMY TO WAIT.
ie do not think so
AT THIS TIME.
It is An Undisputed Fact That
Leather is Advancing.
WE HAYE AN IMMENSE LINE
Sample Shoes a Specialty,
That Are Away Below the Market.
?ST" It is economy tD buy what
you actually need wheu you
can save money.
"Money Saved is Money Made."
We would like for you to
fall and let us lit your feet.
Perhaps you have children.
They w.ll ueed Shoes.
Yours very truly,
Roanoke Shoe Co.
No. 13 S. Jefferson St.
?ST. .?, ltUHT, Manager.
BOuif e Steam Dfg Worts,
J. A. DEVON, Proprietor,
Is the only reliable Dyeing and
Scouring establishment in the South?
west. All others advertised as steam
dyo works are fakes. Beware. He
sure to send for us. Ladies' and gent's
goods dyed and cleaned to perfection.
Ladies1 Sailor Hats Dyed Bltck to
look new. Don't forget our uumber,
110 CAMPBELL ST.,
'Phone 229. Roanoke, Va.
C. B. MEADOR'S,
South side Market Square, Invites
your attention to his full and
complete Hue ot
and Mill Feed.
-Also a complete line ot
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LOW PRICB3 F0U CASH.
ICE FARM 100 ACRES ONE MILS
from Ttiaxions, In Bedford county;
dwelling with n rooms, In line location,
Kood orchard, convenient touopit. church
uud schools?one of the heat bargains wo
are offering, l'ilca $1,600. Terms very
K j ACftES OF THE BEST BOTTOM
?J * trucking land in Koanokc county,
three miles from Roanoke city. All of
the land In clover, l'ricc f-VJ per acre.
fjVARM OF 8,800 ACRES IN SOUTH
r west Virginia, on Roanoke river. Fif?
teen acres or line farming land, h lance
in timber, 10 room dwelling and all huild
Intcs necessary, Fne graztug und farm?
ing lands. Price $13/50 per acre. Will
eell lu smaller tructj if dcurcd.
6-ROOM HOUSE IN ONE BLOCK OF
the new public building. Sold for
$8,600. I'rice $750; .*.VJ cash, balance *io
NICE 7-ROOM BOOSE IN EAST
Roanoke. Fricc $S00. On ca:y terms.
I3ROPERTY 76x185 FEET. W ITU
three house, in good location. Sold for
$8,500, I'rice $750.
E HAVE SOME OOOD HOUSES
WE REPRESENT Til K REST LINK
ot Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
J. F. WINGFIELD,
Real Estate and insurance. Agent,
?10 COMMEKCK ST.
The Best Photographs.
W^ere to Get Them.
212 8. Jefferson Street.
WILL A. CAR It, Um Koanoke Sign Writer
baaroturuolfr.ini Baltimore. Md., and Is pro
pared to tarnish ail kinds of ?iga^on "bort notice
fS'-Ofllcc ovo.- Roanoku Bottling Works.
Longs and Slims,
Shorts and Stouts,
We Fit Any Shape. No Matter
How Short or Long
You M<?y 13 e.
DOrYr THROW AWAY
On merchant tailors. Our'? urn made
better, they tit better aud hold the
shape better than any home?
made rjooris. See them
IN GREAT VARIETY.
A-fk to see our 25c Merino Shirts and
50c Fleece-Lined Shirts and Drawers,
formerly 50c and $1.
MEALS & BURKE
112 Salem Ave. 205 HenrvISt.
\X7ANTED~MIMEKS FOR UNDERGROUND
vv iron oro mining, Wrilc or apply to H. C.
BALLAKD THKTJ6TON,.manager of Big stone
Gap Iron Company, Big stouu O?p, Va. 10 10-lw
/'".'ENTLEMKN CAN OBTAIN COMFORT
vT able rooms ami good board at 3MI Campbell
avenue ?. w. 10 tl lw
^'flUYRO?medium si/.E light UaY
O horse. m1s years old. white spot in forehead,
one cjr clipped Suitable reward lor return or
horse to m. L. Wl no fi ELD, 1143 Maple avenue.
0 21 It
TT'OR SALE-A FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT
J? aud ho;e! combined, with confectionary; op
porite dep ? of a il luriehlug town, a cood
cuancn for a competent, man to make money.
Easy terms. Address W. U. JONAS (Bakery),
Hoanoke, Va. 10 5-iw
" ''Guide for Spcculatois and Investors"
mailed free. Send us vonr name *nd address,
COMSTOCK. HUOllEH & CO., Bankers and
Brokers, 55 Broadway, New York city. 10 0 :im
CASH PAID FOR SECOND-HAND FURNI
tare -'ill Klmb.ill avenue n. e.. J. H
HOOVER. 9 231m
NOTIOFJ OF MEKTING?.
"YToTlCE.?THE ANNUAL meeting OF
1a the stockholders of the 1'leosant Valley Land
Company will be held at the office of w. K.
Andrews. ?V; Co., In the city of Roanokc, Va.,
on Monday, November 4, 1895, at I o'clock p. m.
All s:ockho'ders are requested to be present In
person or represented by pros v.
lOStd G. LAMKIN, Secretary.
\ \ T AN TED?TWO OR THREE SALESMEN
? v for good territory, to handle our line of
household good*. Oood opportunity for en?
ergetic canvassers. Apply Standard Installment
Company, 3UU Commerce street, Hoanoke, Va.
Hoanoke Tost, No. 4S, (;. A. H., Wil?
liam Watts Camp No. 45 and Hoa?
noke Machine Works Guards,
Train Loaves Hoanoke at 9:f0 a. m.
Buchanan at 9:50 a. in.
Buena Vista at 10M5 a. m.
Basic City at 12 00 noon.
Returning Loaves Gettysburg Saturday. October
19th, at 8:00 p.m.,and H?gers
town ut 10:03 p. m.
Fare for thr Round Trip:
Koanoke to nneerslowa.?>3 75
lluili; ?? iiy to Ifegeratown.
ItomioKc to Oc-ttvalMire. 4 :>o
Itualc City to GvttyHburK. LOO
Roasonable hotel rates have been
arranged in both cities.
Tickets for stlc by the following committee:
.1. It fort be. II. e get tys.
?lOUNMlBRd. S.S. brooke.
.1.11. feather8ton. H. w. fry.
r. f. Taylor f. w. tuoMA*.
It. II. DYDAPO0L. 11-10-71
R. 51. Sutton St Co.
Capt. D. C Booth, apront of &. M.
Sutton & Co., of Baltimore wholoealo
dealers in dry goods and notions, whose
sample rooms are in the Hotel Lee,
(corner Sulcm avonuo and Coromorco
street) has just recoived and opened up
too larposl und moot compioto lino of
dry goudfl end notion t.atuploa ever ex
htbited in this city. Cipt&in Booth will
be pleas', d to see the merchants: of the
city and surrounding country at hi&
We are going to be busier; ia
faot, we are getting busier
BEAR US IN MIND?OTHER PEOPLE DO
The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company,
opposite hotel roanoke
eow. l. stone, p?i.io??t ROANOKE, VA.
R. C. Hale, of Rocky Mount, waa In
the city yesterday.
D Wm. Good went to Pittaburg, Pa.,
yesterday on business.
Miss Bessie Crane, of near Holllns, is
visiting relatives in this city.
J. H. Spencer, of Martlnsyille, was in
the city yesterday on business.
Dr. Goo H. Zimmerman, of Pocthon
tas, was In the city yesterday.
II. J. Franklin, mayor of Vinton,
went to the Fincustle fair yesterday.
Judge Thos. U. Claiborno wont to
Charlottesville yesterday on business.
A L. IloUiday. of Richmond, was
registered at the St. James yesterday.
Miss Lora dann, of Vinton, went to
Washington yesterday to visit friends.
J. Shirley Smith returned yestorday
from a business trip to Greensboro, N. C.
K. 0. Wright, a business man of
Frederioksburg, was in the city yester?
S L. Shafor, the canning man of
Troutvllle, was iu the city yesterday on
Dr. Chaa. L. Summera, of Winston,
N. C. waB in the city yesterday on
Miss Cora Samuels, of Hollins, Is
visiting Miss Stras, on Tnirteonth avo
nue b. w.
Ralph D. Uunn, who has been in tbo
city for several days, left yesterday for
R. tladon Penn, an attorney of Blue
field, W. Va., waa in tho city yesterday
Wm. J. Brown, president; of the
Tom's Creek Coal Company, wens to
Charlie Hitt, formerly of the St.
James, has accepted a position with tho
Ponco ie Leon Hotel.
Rev. J. H. Smith, of Groonsboro, N.
C, is visiting friends ana relatives In
this city and Vinton.
J. C. Farmer aud wife, of Bedford
county, are vihiting the family of W. E
McGuire, on Campbell avenue.
C. A. Beckner, a former well-known
citizen of this city, wast here yesterday
shaking hands with old frienda.
Major G. W. R. Hale, of Rocky Mount,
was in the city yesterday en routo to
the Confederate reunion at Flncaatle.
Misses Rsba Calloway and Mary
Whaley, of Hollins, are visiting Mrs.
W. F. Rryant, on Eighth avenue 8. w.
Joel H. Cu'.chin returned last evening
from Ronceverte, W. Va , where ho has
been on legal business for throe days.
Miss Etta McClanahan and the Misses
Rorer have r sturnod from a visit of
some weeks to Groenbrior county, W.
H. H. S. Handy, superintendent of
the Winston-Salem division of the Nor?
folk and Western railroad, is in the
S. E. Boono, deputy Bherifl cf Mont?
gomery county, was in the city yestnr
day, and paid his respects to The
Dr. R. H. Cowan, of Radford, assist?
ant chief surgeon of the Norfolk and
Western Railroad, was in tho city yes?
D. H. Smith, a merchant of^Hluotif Id,
who has been visiting friends In Vin?
ton for several days, returned homo yes?
Abrain Bruner, of Shenandoah, as?
sistant engineer of the Norfolk and
Western railroad, waa hero yestorday
Mrs. J. C. Beckner and littlo son re?
turned yesterday from a six weeks'
visit to In r father, J. II. Moorman, in
W. T. Schooley, presiding older of tho
Roanoko District, Virginia Conference,
left yosterday for Lexington after sev?
eral days' visit to friends.
M:a. '1 Hoffman, of Scotland Neck,
N. C , who has been vlsitln? her father,
G. May, for tho past month, loft yoster?
day for tho Atlanta Exposition
James F. Fulton, of "Only a Farmer's
Daughter" Company, was here yester?
day perfecting plana for his company to
appear at the Academy of Music.
Glon Smith, of tho Norfolk and We?t
ern, wont to Radford on a pleasure trip.
He will aid in organizing an Odd Fel?
lows Lodge at Belspring to night
R. Lee Polndoxter and bride, of Pocv
hontaa, were in the city yesterday,
They were accompanied by Mr. Poin
dexter'a sister, Miss Orianua, o( Lynch
Frank W. Ebeart, formerly of the
Roanoke Street Railway Company, left
last night for Madison, and will, in a
f.-w days, enter the Richmond Dental
of fall millinery and cloaka will take
place Wednesday, Th?rs lay and Friday,
October I), 10 and 11. The Indies of this
city and vicinity are cordially invited to
attend. R. schiller, 18 Salem avonue.
Buy your Brush Mountain coal from
W. K. Andrews & Co., 219 Salem ave?
nue. Thoy will sell it to you choapor
than i; has ever been sold iu the ci'.y.
You are cordially invited to attend
the fall opening of French pattern hats
and bonnota Wednesday end Thursday.
Ocobor ?J and 10. Mus II M. MoiR &
Co., 130 Salom avenue a. w.
Bnusu Mountain Coal?Corssumors
should got our prices, botoro buying else?
where. k i mis all Coal Company, 17
Campbell avenuo, Tclephono Vift.
Hill; HAH DI8&PPK&BBD.
Wife or r? Well-to-do Clttzon i.envrs Home.
Darrant Oase the Oaase.
San Francisco, Oct. 10.?Mrs. Susie
Rogers, wife of Philip Rogers, has dia
appeared. Her husband had been search?
ing for her for the past three weeks and
now bolievos that be has located his
missing wife in Warsaw, Wis. Mr.
Rogers Is a well to-do oitizen who has
many friends in Oakland. He is cer?
tain that the Durrant caso had some?
thing to do with the wreck of his home.
Mrs Rogers was very much interested
in the aase aud could not let a day pass
without bearing the testimony. She
compellod ber husband to eit down every
morning and r-ad to her the full report
of tho trial. Rogers went th'ough the
testimony just to please his wife Some
times it would tako him nearly half a
day to complete the task. Rut with un
daunted horoism he struggled on, de?
termined to please his wife, evon at tho
expense of his business.
i\t last his endurance was no longer
equal to the task and Rogers deliber?
ately went m strike and declared that
he would not read the stenographic re?
ports any more. He was willing to
compromise on an amicable basis and
read the introduction to tho trial each
day, but this did not satisfy Mrs.
Rogers. She wanted to hoar tho whole
case or nothing The husband was Arm,
however, and would not yield, so there
was a disagreement and Mrs. Rogers
STIl.t. rOU FRISK HI I, V Kit.
Sonator Itacon llaa Not Changed ou the
Savannah,; Ga., Oct. 10.?In an
authorized publication to-day A. O.
Haoon, Georgia's new United States
Senator, denies that he has in anywise
Changed his mind on the silvc-r question,
he having been practically elected as a
free silver man.
"I did not make up my mind hastily
on the subject," said bo. "and tho opin?
ion I have formed will not bo easily
changed. I believe in practical bimet?
allism in which both gold and Bilver
are required and used with equal inter?
changeable value in tho money of final
payment. I am opposed to either gold
monometallism or silver monomet?
allism; practical bimetallism is in my
opinion the great need of the business
world and I do not think it by any
means dillicult of accomplishment. The
investigations I was able to mako while
abroad have greatly strengthened my
previous convictions on this subject."
New Racing Circuit to be Formed,
Pktkbsuuiig, Va., O^t. ? A Bpecial to
the Index-Appeal,dated Richmond,says:
At a meeting held In the Exchange
Hotel to-night, arrangements were
made for forming a racing circuit to be
called "The Virginia and North Caro?
lina Racing Circuit." The meeting was
well attended, representatives being
present from thin city, Petersburg,
Lynchburg, Va , Weldon, N. C, West
Point, Va., Reidsvlllo, N. O, Norfolk,
Va., Ramoke, Va., and Suffolk, Va.
P A. S. Urine, of Richmond, was
elected permanent secretary, and a
committee was appointed to perfect the
organization and solicit further mem?
H?rafing of a Storage Reservoir,
ifcitanton, Pa , Oct. 10.?A storage
reservoir containing 2,500.000 gallons
of water, and owned by the Lackawanna
Iron and Steel Company, burstod to
nigh*.. It is situated in the heart of the
city aud did considerable damage, filling
the ropilr yards of the Delaware, Lack?
awanna and Wee ern railroad with
wreckage. A girl was Bwcpt along a
half a mllo and was rescued by firemen.
Street car traffic was blocki d for sev?
eral hours. Hundreds cf f-c.ory girls
crossed tho path of the water a ton
moments btforo tho break occurred.
Margaret Mather Vory III.
Milwaukee, Wis., Oct.?Margaret
Mather, wife of Gus'av Fabst, is se?
riously ill, as a result of nervous prostra?
tion r? suiting from tho recent street
episode. A 'eporter visited the Pabst
home on Twenty-ninth street, and was
told by the servant that her mistress
was quite 111 and had been sick abed
for two days ?3 "a result of worry and
excitement." Mrs Mather Pabst cou d
not be soen. Mr. Fabst 1b in the East,
it is Baid. _
Oholerii In Aalatlc Waters
New York, Oct. 10.?The British
tea steamer Benmohr, which arrived
this afternoon from Yokohama, Japan,
Shanghai, Foo Chow and other Chinese
ports, was detained In quarantine be?
cause two Culnese sailors had died of
cholera while the vessel was still in
Asiatio water?,. The Benmohr, wbioh
is a rogular trader to this port, left
Yokohama on June 23.
Japanese Miniatur Denies It.
Washington, Oct. 10 ?Mr. Kurlno,
the Japanese minister, in an interview
to day denied that Japan harbored de?
slgnB lookiog to the control of the
Hawaiian Islands, as assorted in re*
cently published reports.
W. K. Andrews & Co., ooal and wood
dealerB, 219 Salem avenue, can supply
you at all times with first-class Poca
hontas nut or lump coal.
For the beat work?tho Swls3 Stoam
Laundry 333 S*lera avenue west.
Persons desiring flrst-cleis Instruc?
tions in all branches of nrt can apply to
Miss Tlllle Lunsford, 003 Salem avenue.
Specimens of work at Erb & Stone's
aud Massio'a Pharmacy
W. K. Andrews & Co , 219 Salem avo
nuo, are strictly ooal and wood dealera.
They koep what, you want and rioUver
COATS AND CAPES.
Our Slock is in, and the Cold Wave is On. We Are in a
Position to Save You Money on Your Winter Wrap.
Beautiful Styles and Strong Values.
Our Dress Goods Counters Are Loaded
With New Things.
One case half-wool Novelty Goods, 32 inches wide,
can't be had less than 19c, for iz%c.
One case all-wool Novelties, 36 inches wide, worth
II 373^c everywhere, for 25c
|| One case beantifal Illuminated Novelties, sparkling
|| beauties these, only 37^0 Should be 50c.
I Largest Line of Black Goods Ever Shown in This Section.
H All-wool Black Serges for 25c.
H 46-inch extra fine Black Serge, ought to be 75c,
i'p now going at 50c.
50-Inch extra fine Black Serge, well worth $1 a
yard, going at 59c.
Big line of ''high-toned" novelties in Black Gcods,
Call to-day and give us a look.
T7! RljHlVpftl 1 ^e are snowmg just now, to reduce jl
ill DlUlliVOlfl 1 our stock a little, some value3 that 1
will not again be found this season. ||
All-wool 11-4 Blankets, positively can't b2 bought p
anywhere less than $5, for a few days at $4. >?>
12-4 Blankets, worth $6 75, for $5. ||
jMnnripln \ We have just put in thirty-five pieces new
riaililGlO \ Flannels. Complete line White Flannels, U
4c, 8c, i2^c, 15c, .20c, 25c, 33c, 37^c, 42c, 45c, 50c, H
6zj4c, 75c and $1.
Red Twilled Flannels at 25c, worth 33c.
Red Twllied Fiaunels at 33c, woiih 42c.
Red Twilled Flannels at 37^c, wcrth 50c.
Grey Twilled Flannels, for ?kirts, at i2^c, 20c, 25c
Navy Twilled Flannels, 20c and 25c.
Twenty-five pieces new L'nen Table Damask just
opened; also 2CO drzen lovely Napkins and 150 duzen
Doylies Strongest values ever produced.
To Close Business
Take Notice That the Elegant and Well Assorted Stock of
THE SOLOIN JEWELHY ?
Will be closed out at and below cost. It will pay you hand?
somely to exaniire this stock before purchasing elsewhere.
STORL FOR RENT..FIXTURES FOR SALE
AT YOUR OWN PRICES.
-OCIl STOCK OF
OST BE SOLD!
AND WE WILL SACK.! FI CK IT. CALL AT ONCK AND GET THK BIG BARGAINS.
NO OLD STOCK. NO JUNK GOODS.
Oak OlxB-n^ciloar 3-o.Ites, - $13.50
:E=a,rlor 3-u?.tes, ------ 19.00
Bed Lounge*. Single Lounge?, Hull Uncles, Sideboards, Olilmi Closets. Boole Gaaoa,
Center Tnblu.s. Dining Chairs, Itookers, Extension Tuldoa
T^?Some Bargains Left in Stair and Floor Carpets.??^
OUR BOOKS ARE CLOSED! call ltt oue? und ttnttie accounts.
127 Salem Ave., Roanoke, Va.
J. H. M?RSTELLER,
IN MARBLE OR GRANITE.
Largest and Rest Selected Stock of
Monuments and Tombstones in Va.
PRT-Nottilni? hnt tlie Flncet Oratio of Work
turned ont. Kmploy none nnt the flnei?t work
nicu. Prices reduced to nuke room tor new Hock.
CALL AND INSPECT.
Office and Yards 503 S. Jefferson St.