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IT IS ECONOMY TO WAIT.
WE DO NOT THINK SO
AT THIS TIME.
It is An Undisputed Fact That
Leather is Advancing.
WE H&YE AN IMMERSE LINE
Sample Shoes a Specialty,
That Are Away Below the Market.
S?" It is economy to buy what
3Tou actually need when you
cau save money.
41 Money Saved is Money Made."
We would like for you to
fall and let us lit your feet,
Perhaps you have childreu.
They w.ll ueed Shoes.
Yours very truly.
Roanoke Shoe Co.
No. 13 S. Jefferson St.
F. J, B?KT, Manager.
NICK FARM 100 ACRES ONE MILK
from Thaxtons, in Hertford county;
dwelling with S rooms, in line location,
good orchard, convenient tooopot, church
and schoolB?one of the liest bargains we
are offering. 1'ilcc $1,500. Terms very
fjj ACRES OF THE BEST BOTTOM
*J trucking land in Koanoke county,
three miles from Hoanoke city. All of
the laud iu clover. Price $80 per acre.
1JVA.RM OF 2,:j(>0 ACRES IN SOUTH?
west Virginia, on Koauokc river. Fif?
teen acres of flue fartnine land, !>? lance
In timber, 10 room dwelling and all build?
ings neeeesarv. Fur. grazing and farm?
ing lands. Price $13.50 per acre. Will
sell lu smaller tracts It desired.
(?-KOOM HOUSE IN ONE BLOCK OF
*) the new public building. Sold for
$:l,50O. Price ?750; ?5J cash, balance fill
NICE 7-ROOM HOUSE IN EAST
Roanoke. Price $sou. on cn?y terms.
PROPERTY 7(1x1:15 FEET, WITH
three house, in good location. Sold for
$3,500. Price $751).
WE HAVE SOME GOOD ROUSES
T\7E REPRESENT THE BEST LINE
TT of Fire, Life and Accident Insurance
J. F. WINGFIELD,
Real Estate and Insurance Agout,
810 COM.MKUCK ST.
"?kl Steam Dye Works,
J. A. DEVON, Proprietor,
l? the only reliable Dyeing and
Gcouring establishment iu the South
Went. All others advertised as steam
dye works are hikes, lie ware. ]ie
sure to send for us. Ladies' and gent's
goods dyed and cleaned to perfection.
Ladies' Sailor Hats Dyed Hkck to
look new. Don't forget our number,
110 CAMPBELL ST.,
Phone 229. Roanoke, Va.
G. B. MEADOR'S,
South side Market Sunare, Invites,
your atteutiou tu his full and
complete Hue of
and Mill Feed.
-Also a complete line of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LOW PRICES FOR CASU.
The Best Photographs.
W^ere to Get Them.
212 S. Jefferson Street.
WILL a. CAR It, the Roanoke Sign Writer
has returned from Baltimore, Md., and is pro
"?(? T"\ to 'urntth all kinds of signs on short notice
jar"Cnicc over Roanoke Bottling Works.
Longs and Slims,
Shorls and Ms,
We Fit Any Shape. No Matter
How Short or Long
You M?y Be.
DORT THROW away
Ou merchant tailors. Our'a uro made
better, they lit heiter und bold the
shape better than any home?
made goods. See them
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Ask to see our 25c Merino Shirts and
50c Fleece-Lined Shirts and Drawers,
formerly 50c and $1.
MEALS & BURKE
112 Salem Ave. 205 IlenryJSt.
Roauoke Post, No. 4S. <;. a. 11.. Wil?
liam Watts Camp No. -15 and Kua
uoke Machine Works Guards,
Thursday, Oct. 17,1895.
Train oaves l'oanoke at'.MO a. m.
Buchanan at \> :??< u. m.
Buena Vltta at 10:43 a. m.
Basic City at 13:00 noon.
Returning Leaves Gettysburg Saturday. October
llltb, at S:(iO p. m , and lliigcrs
town ut 10:00 p. m.
Farb for the Round Trip:
Itoanoke to Haecrstown. 75
Itasle City to Hiigerstown. 3.85
IConnoke to GettvHlmrjr. 1 50
ltuslr City to Gettysburg. l.oo
Koasonable hotel rates have been
arranged in both cities.
Tickets for sale by the following committee:
J. B. PORTER, a. E GBTTYS.
JOHN Mi BKS. S.S. BROOKE.
.1. II. FEaTHERSTON. 11. W. FRY.
lt. F. TAYLOR. F. W. THOMAS.
R. ii. UYDAl'O DL. 1U-10-71
ACADEMY OF MUSIC !
Saturday, Oct. 19.
The Opernt,lc Event Extraordinary,
am) tiik PEEP.LESS
In ilio Hit; Operatic Exlriivungnuan,
The saute great Cast that presented this
Oorgeous Spectacle during the Now
York, Chicago ami itoston engage?
We eMirry our own Calcium anil Electric
Kll'ectH, Ifccnery anil Augmented Orohea
Carriage's may he ordered at 10:45.
Prices, OOe, 70c and Ol.
W. K. Anorkyvs & Co ,219 Salem avo
nuo, are strictly coal and wood dealors.
They koep what you want and dollver
lie Will ISo au Innocent Tiling.
Tho sun beat hotly upon the parched
"Oh, I see," ho exclaimed joyously.
"That woman who throws the ball is
trying to bit tho woman with the bat.
Oh, dear, why doesn't .she run the other
way? Are those women out yonder the
basis? How stupid in nie! You told mo
that beforo, didn't you? Is our side go?
ing out without a run? Isn't that lovely,
after tho Other side had to run so
Thus tho pretty young man with tho
bine veil prattled on and on, seemingly
oblivious that tho tall lady in tho check?
ed suit sat silent und preoccupied besido
There can hardly l>c a doubt about it?the evidences arc abundant ;
Soon prosperity and plenty will Cover the country. After such a "dark
period good limes can not be far oil". The signs indicate a most
cheerful feeling throughout our country ; and who believes our sec?
tion?a garden spot?will bring up the rear iu the onward inarch to
prosperity ? NOT WK !
In the lime of peace we have prepared for war. facilities unsur?
passed. Printers, type nud presses immediately up to date.
Eow, I?. Stone, Pres.
Oppo. Hotel Roanoke. ROANOKK, VA.
Clarence Deal is in Harrisonburg on
C. Taylor Golden, of Lynchburg, is In
the city on business.
Frank Dominion arrived in the city
yoatorday from Richmond.
T. E. Crouch and David Crouch went
to Harrisonburg yesterday.
Judge A. E King went to Lynchburg
yesterday on legal business.
Maj W. W. Ballard, of Salem, was in
thecicy yesteriiy on business.
James S. Groves, of Norfolk, was in
the city yesterday on business.
Wm. B. Campbell, of Philadelphia,
was bore on business yesterday.
R. ?1. T. Adams, a banker of Lynch
burg, was in the city yesterday.
J. C. Wysor, tho Pulaski insurince
man, was in tho city yesterday.
Jes. C. Spotts and wife and Jos. W.
Spotts, of Tai: i well, arc in the city.
Meli. Booth, a merchant of Pont
Mountain, was in the city yesterday.
Percy Moir returned yesterday from
a week's visit to friends in Martinsville.
Officer J. M. Ware left yesterday for
Amherst to visit his sick Bister, Mrs.
W. I. Jones, who has been sick in
Bedford City, was ablo to come home on
J. U. Conner left yesterday for a few
days.' visit to his old borne in Floyd
S. B. Webb, manager of Harrell's shoe
store, went to Lynchburg yesterday on
J. W. Cook, of Shenandoab, was in
the city yesterday, registored at Hotel
Dr. C. A. Johnston, of McDowoll, W.
Vi., is in the city on business of im?
Mr. and Mrs. James Martin, of Frank?
lin county.are visiting relatives in this
city and Vinton.
Wm. J, Brown, of Aoingion, presi?
dent of the Toms Creek Coal Company,
is in the city.
H. E Erb, formerly with R. H. Angel,
has accepted a position with the First
Mrs C. R. Montgomery, of 405 Fourth
avenue n. o., is improving after a severe
spell of sicknesBS.
T. F. Simmons and A. B. Worthing
ton wont to Buchanan yesterday on a
J. L. Floyd, a student at the National
BusinoBS College, has accepted a posi?
tion with R. H. Angel & Co.
Sam Myers, agent for the Klmball
Opera Company, is in tho city arranging
for the appearance of his Bhow.
Miss E iza Canthoen, of Bedford, who
has been visiting Miss Clara Gray, on
Campbell street, returned borne yester?
Mrs. C. A. Smith, wife of Officer
Smith, returned yestetday from a three
weeks' visit to her o'd home in Floyd
C. G. Kensil. purchasing agent of the
Southwest Virginia Improvement Com?
pany, of PocabontaB, is in tho city on
Miss Emily M. Featherston roturnoi
from Shawsvllle yesterday, where 6he
has been visiting relatives for the past
Miss Pearl CoiTman, of John street,
left yesterday on the noon train for
Martinsville, whore she will reside in
Miss Flora Catogni retured yesterday
from a pleasant visit of a week to Rich?
mond. Her mother, Mrs. Catcgni, is
quite sick in that city.
CbaB. G. Allen, agent, and Abe Hertz,
assistant agont for "A Rldo for Life"
Company,Is in the city arranging for tho
appearanco of that company.
Miss A. D. Johns, assistant principal
of tho Bedford High School, returned
yesterday, after a visit to her slstor,
Mrs. W. H. Trent, on Uonry street.
E G. Uolzor, superintendent of tbe
gas works, loft last night for Philadel?
phia to attend the annual meoting of
the American Gas Light Association. ,
8 Castner, Jr., and H. B. Curran, ofc
Philadelphia, members of tho firm of
CaBtnor & Curran, are in tbe city or.
business connected with the Pocahontat
A BEAUTIFUL linn of Krell pianos in
all fancy woods at Hobble Music Co.
Ca i.i. and see the beautiful dinner sets
just received by the E. H. Stewart Fur?
W. K. Andrews & Co., ooal and wood
dealers, 210 Salem avenue, can supply'
you at all times with first-class Poca
bontas nut or lump coal.
Consu.mf.rs of Anthracite Coal car/j
save money by using our coal. Try f
sample load and be convinced. Ki.miiam
Coai. Company, 17 Campbell avenue.1
Telophone 128. jj
Literary I.nriy Paxies Away.
Chicago. Oct. 14.?Mrs. Clara Doty,.
Bates tiled at hor home hore to-day
after a long Illness. Mrs Bates was a
well known authoress, being prominent
as a writer of juvonilo stories.
DoHtruotlve Flro at Dyernburg.
MEMPHIS, Tenn .Oct. 14.?The Tucker
block in the town of Dyorsburg, Tenn ,
was destroyed by flro last night The
Are originated In the hotel, which was
Resolutions of Keapect.
At a regular mooting of Stonewall
Jackson Division, No. 210, Order of
Railway Conductors the following" reso?
lutions wore unanimously adopted:
"Whereas, It has pleased the Grand
Chief Conductor of the universe to re?
move from our midst our friend and
brother, Henry C. Garrison, wbo was
killed at Buena Vista, Va., Octobers,
1895, while in the diecharge of his du?
"Resolved, That Stonewall Jackson
Division, No. 210, O. R. C, extend to the
bereaved wife of our beloved brother
tbnir deopest sympathy In this her sad
allllction. That Division 210 has lost
ono of its worthy and honored members,
beloved and respected by all who knew
him, the Norfolk and Western railroad
a trusted and elHcienr conductor nnd the
family of our dec >ased brother a de?
voted and alToctionate hu^b^nd and
"Resolved, That we extend our thanks
to Superintendent J. W. Cook for fur?
nishing1 special train from Roanoke to
Buena Vista and return for the remains
of Brother Garrison and toother oflleials
of the road for their sympathy and
"Resolved, That a vote of thanks be
extended to the Ladies' Auxiliary to
the Order of Railway Conductors and
the I. t) O F. for beautiful floral
tributes and for the fraternal spirit
shown by members of tho orders taking
part In tho funeral exercises.
"Resolved, That these resolutions be
publlBbed in ono of our daily papers, in
tho Railway Conductor, a copy
presented to the bereaved wife of our de?
ceased brother, also that a cmy bo
spread upon the minutes of this division
and that our charter be draped in
mourning in respect t > our brother.
R. M. ROItlNETTE,
M. J. Jenxeli.e,
R. U. Bill.esitY,
W. R. Miller,
\TfTANTED?JIINKRS FOR UNDERGROUND
?v iron ore mining. Write or apply to R. (3.
BALLARD THRUSTON, manager or Big Stono
t;ap Iron Company. Big Stono Gap, Va. 10 10-lw
L.OST AND KOUMD.
I OST?LAP HOHE, WITH TUB NAME OF
Ij '-Sehloss" on It. Liberal reward If retarncd
to the P1III ?* DJfX?U.1 j..WMi^v>i?n, .vi/sv
This old bird and its older mistress
enictl to understand cadi other perfectly. I e<
"I ciilletl, iniulnmo," 1 begun when sent-1 11
p, "in answer to your udvortisumont
hielt I saw in Tho Times this morning."
"Ah! inn foi, yes. That announcement
kwlint troiilile it has given mo! Von can-1 '
ot llguro to yourself the persons I huvo
hon today who nil declared themselves I i
edles of cultivation.' 13ut for you, made
jioisollu, it is it different thing. I could
ot lease you alone in this great house;
on are too young, too pretty. It would?
o\v shall 1 say it :?it would walk out of
no ec mvenlences."
"I implore you, mailitme, not tolctcon
dorntions liko these Inllueiieo you. I am
itlrcly dependent on my work, nnd there
so little work I can do."
"All, we shall sei-. My doctors ti ll me
inusl positively have a clmngo of air.
y parrot, Gustavo, like other old people
?for he Is older still than i?cannot, bear
? lie dci-ungcd in his habits, lie is mis
able if he quits Ulis house. I cannot
live Iilni to servants, so 1 thought if I
mill get some lady to goo in him, to talk
t blni during my two months' absence?
ustuve, dost thou think thoucouldst stay
it h mademoiso) lo?"
Gustavo, with great Rolomnity, fluttorcd
the door and, to my alarm, began sol
mly hopping round mo in over lessenin
?ch s. At last ho stopped in front of me,
il looking straight up into my fat
kitted a sound like drawing a cork und
earned out in a high, fast, monotonous
Protty girl, pretty girl! Don't cry, my
Jar. Don't like hoing kissed? That's
hat pretty girls are made for. IIa! ha!
Mine. Lcbrun was apparently quite.sat
Bed, and then and 1 here we settled our
saluoss arraiigoinonts, salary, which was
jdoed liberal, included. As 1 rose to go
line. Lobrmi said:
! "Two last Injunctions I must give you
'on will not, will you, lenvo Gustavo for
tore than two hours at n time? And you
nisi not permit him to go Into tho eel
irs, mademoiselle. Ho is a curious bird,
in belonged, lis did this bouse, to Al.
"The great Beokford, tho author of
i"nt lick'-' " I cried.
"Ah, you have hoard r.f him? Yes, to
Im. My mother rented tho house from
A week after found mo comfortably 08
iblishod in tho house, in the earn of the
Id manservant and his wife, who I found
as ii superexeellent cook.
Ono day the manservant asked me if ho
id his wife might go that- evening to
DUO family gathering and festivity to
hieb they worn bidden. I gladly consent -
I. At (i o'clock they left mo. I was ab
irbetl In a book and hardly noticed what
ippoilud till the clock on tho mantelpiece
"Gustavo," I called. No answer. I
arched in vain for him. Then conviction
kflhod across me. He had run away into
io cellars. 1 took a candle and a box of
alehesaiiil started on my quest, down,
<wu. through the hail, the kitchen, till I
nein d the great vaulted cellars. I went,
irough thorn, guided by tho sound of
it stave chattering and swearing excitedly.
(\t la-1. in the farthest vault of all, I
I ml him. He was bopping excitedly
I ml and round in a circle in tho middle
' ' ?lTTLE KTHEI. MAY, 5 yours old.
The most brilliant Child Actress now before the
Prices rednced to 33c, 86c and 6Cc.
. .ADi ks FREE,
COATS AND CAPES
Our Stock 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 12%q.
One case all-wool Novelties, 36 inches wide, worth
Z7/4c everywhere, for 25c
One case beantifal Illuminated Novelties, sparkling
beauties these, only 37%c. Should be 50c.
Largest Line of Black Goods Ever Shown in This Section.
All-wool Black Serges for 25c
46-inch extra fine Black Serge, ought to be 75c,
now going at 50c.
50-inch extra fine Black Serge, well worth $1 a
yard, going at 59c. g
Big line of''high-toned" novelties in Black Goods. -||
Call to-day and give us a look. }<?(
T?l RlrHllfPt^ I ^e are s^owmg Just now, to reduce ~||
ill Dldllliulu 1 our stock a little, some value3 that g
will not again be found this season, p
All-wool 11-4 Blankets, positively can't be bought
anywhere less than $5, for a few days at J4. f|
12-4 Blankets, worth $6 75, for $5. ?g
T71 SI nil Pi Q. f ^e have just putin thirty-five pieces new <?|
U rittlillOi? \ Flannels. Complete Hue White Flannels, %
P 4c, 8c, i2^c, 15c 20c, 25c, 33c, 37TAC> 42t) 45c> 5?^ ?
p 6z]/2c, 75c ana ti* <&
% Red Twilled Flannels at 25c, worth 33c. p
P Red Twilled Flannels at 33c, worth 42c.
Red Twilled Flannels at 37^c, worth 50c. %
fv Grey Twilled Flannels, for Skirts, at i2^c, 20c, 25c H
Navy Twilled Flannels, 20c and 25c. M
:g> Twenty-five pieces new Lmen Table Damask just ,^
opened; also 2Cod;zen lovely Napkins and 150 dozen
^ Doylies Strongest values ever produced.
TO BE OlYEN AWAY AT ONCE!
AT YOUR OWN PRICES.
??OUR stock or
FURNITURE, &C. MUSI BE SOLD!
AND WE WILL SACRIFIOE IT. CALL AT ONCB AND (1et THK IIIG BARGAINS.
NO OLD STOCK. NO JUNK GOODS.
Oa3s: Cliamlosi Suites, - $13.50
ZEP^irlor SvLites, ------ 19.OO
Iteil Lounges, Single Lounges, Hull Racks, Sideboards, Clilnn Closets, Boole Cases,
Center Tables. Dining Chairs. Rockers, Extension Tables.
$^Some Bargains Left in Stair and Floor Carpets/'?**'
nilD Dnni/C ADC f"M HOC ri S Persons who owe on will.please
V/Un i_> W r\ O r\ t\ C O iL U ; call at once ami settle accounts.
LANDERKIN & SVIICHAEL,
127 Salem Ave., Roanoke, Va,
To Close Business.
Take Notice That the Elegant and Well Assorted Stock of
THE S0L0M0H JEWELRY COMPANY
Will be closed out at and below cost. It will pay you hand?
somely to examice this stock before purchasing elsewhere.
STORE FOR RENT..FIXTURES FOR SALE