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We Are Too Busy
To Mention Onr
Bargains.
Sample Shoes Onr
Specialty.
Roanqke Shoe Co.
No. 13 S. Jefferson St.
F. J. BUKT, Manager.
OPPORTUNITIES!
NICE FARM 1<>0 ACRES ONE MILE
from Thaxtons, in Hertford county;
dwelling with s rooms, in line location,
good orchard.convenient toaopit. church
and schools?one of the beat bargains we
are offering, l'ilce $1,53-1. Tcrais very
easy.
K ^ ACHES Of THE BEST BOTTOM
t) tracking land in Hoanoke conuty,
three miles from Hoanoke city. All of
the land lu clover, l'rice f-st i>cr acre.
IpARM OF 3.:; KJ ACRES IN sot'Tll
jT wi st Virginia, on Roanoke river. Fif
ieen acres of line farm Ins laud, h lance
iu timber, lu room dwelling and all build?
ings neceeaarv. Fne grazing and farm?
ing linds. Prlte $12.60 per acre. Will
sell in smaller tract* it desired.
?-ROOM HOUSE IN ONB BLOCK <'F
? > the new public building. Sold for
f3,500. Price $750; $50 cash, balanco $io
per mouth.
NICE 7-ROOM HOuSS IN EAST
ltoanoke. Price .f^JO. On easy terms.
"PROPERTY 7(1x135 FEET. WITH
L three house, in good location. Sold for
?3,5u0. Price $750.
w
E HAVE SOME GOOD HOUSES
to rent.
WE REPRESENT THE BEST LINE
of Fire, Life and Accident lusurauie
Companies.
i. F. WIN6FIELD,
Heal Estate and Insurance Agent,
810 COMMERCE ST.
THE
oaiOaB Steam Dye Worts,
J. ?. DEVON, Proprietor,
Ih the only reliable Dyeing and
Scouring establishment in the South?
west. All others advertised as eteatn
dyo works are fakes. Beware. J5e
sure to send t'.ir us. Ladies' and LrtMit'b
.'iiDils dyed and cleaned to perfection.
Ladies1 Sailor Hats Dyed liltck to
look new. Don't forget our number,
!I0 CAMPBELL ST.,
'Phone 229. Roanoke, Va.
'S,
South side Market Square, invites
your attention io his roll und
complete line of
Groceries,
Provisions,
Confectioneries,
Country Produce
and Mill Feed.
-Also a complete line of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
The Best Photographs.
W^ere to Get Them.
PIIOTOGHAPIIKK,
212 S. Jefferson Street.
6 N S
WILL A. OA RR, the Hoanoke sign Writer
has returned from Btltlraore, Md., and 1- pre
p?r*d to rurnlsh all kind*of Sign* on short, notice
J2?f"OM-e over Roano'cc Bottling Works.
?THE?
-and tdk
Longs and Slims,
Sins anfl Stouts,
and Regular.
We Fit Any Shape. No Malter
How Short or Long
You M*y 13e.
DONT THROW AWAY
$10.00 ok$15.oo
On merchant tailors'. Our'?? uro made
better, they tit hotter uud bold the
shape better than any home?
made goods. See them
before purchasing.
Fall Underwear
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Ask to see our 25c Merino Shirts and
"?0e Fleece-Lined Shirts aud Drawers,
formerly 50c aud $1.
?the?
MEALS & BURKE
Clothing; Company.
112 Salem Ave. 205 HenrvJSt.
academy of music !
Saturday, Oct. 19.
T!u- Operatic Event. Extraordinary.
17tmd ft t J opera couiqub
MBLdALL ??"Vr
GO 1 ooplo.
and the PEERLESS
in the l?g Operatic Extraviuignnza,
CORINNE
Li
Hudson Jr."
The saute great Cast that presented this
Gorgeous Spectacle during the New
York, Chicago and itoHion engage?
ments.
We carry our own Oalcitiitt ami Electric
Effects, Scenery und Augmented Orclio*
t in.
Carriages may lie ordered at lO:-l5a
Prices, 6Ucf 75c and Sil.
academy of music !
THE EVENT OF TUE SKA SON.
2 GRAND PERFORMANCES _\
IHK ONE PK1CE or ADMISSION.
Tuesday Afternoon,
Oct. 22, 2 p. m.
GRAND
Orchestral Concert.
GILMORE'S
Famous Band.
DIRECTED l?Y Tili: IMS
TINGOISIIKD V| it
'l t oso, COM POSKK
AM) CONuUCTOR,
victor
herbert.
soloists-Victor Herbert, Vlolon-ello; Her?
bert L, Clarke. Cornet: Ernest II Clurke, 'from
bone; 81?. De Carlo. Piccolo; Aldi? .1 Gery, Auto
Harp, and Miss IDA KLEIN, l'riina Douua
Soprano.
Tuesday Evening,
OCT. 22, 8 P. M.
Kugene Robinson's Greatest of all
Great Stage hiventions in the Amer?
ican Comedy.Dratna,
"A RIDE FOR LIFE."
Walter Kcifller, Autlior and Inventor.
?28,000 PRODUCTION, Introducing tho
Ort led Hallway Effect Known to the Stage.
S Pf.aY Ilrinty Interest, l.orc und l'ulhof?,
I i M. or bright Comedy,Ore t Specialties.
111..:.J.IAN t, lilt A IN Y, BKEE7.T.
8eiy"A ?ig Company of Good People,
Headed by Mr.. Atkins Lawrence
uud Misa He.-sie Taylor.
ONE TICKET admits to both entertainmon<a.
Entire lower door for > oth pciforiuuiirrs. fj.
Holder ot ticket rntitlrd to reserved feats
without extra (i.?ri:e.
WZ
There can hardly I>c n doubt about it?the evidences are nbuudnut;
Soon prosperity aud pleuly will cover the country. After such a dark
period good times can not be fur off. The signs indicate a most
cheerful feeling throughout our country; and who believes our sec?
tion?a garden spot?will bring up the rear in the onward march to
prosperity? NOT WKI
In the lime of peace we have prepared for war. Facilities unsur?
passed. Printers, type und presses immediately up to date.
March
l?DW. I,. Stosi:, Tres.
Oppo. Hotel Roauoke. roakokm, va.
BRIEF PERSONALS
W. I. Jones came up from Bedford
City yosteiday.
Ex-Sheriff 0. M. Webber, of Salem,
was in the city yesterday
J. D. Smith, a Eadford attorney, Is
in tho city on legal business.
Robert llopcroft is suffering from
having run a nail in his foot.
Ad Whiteaoll, a prominent man of
Salem, visited tho city yesterday.
Joseph Daughtery went to Qagera
town yeBterday to take in tho fair.
L. Harman, of Vicars, Montgomery
county, is in tho city on business.
Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Groeloy, of
Chicago, are in tso city for a few dayu.
J. H. Rear, of Salem, spent yesterday
in the city, and left in the afternoon for
Elkton.
William Beury, of the West End fur?
nace, went to Ripplomoad yesterday on
business.
Jamos W. Walton, a farmer of Floyd
county, was in the city yesterday on
business.
Miss Maggie Smith, of Wost?old, N.
C, is visiting Mrs. Payne on Eghth
avenue, s. w.
Miss Msgglo Murray, of Coynor's
Springs, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dr.
J. It. Foster.
J. H. Connor returned yostorday from
Floyd county, where he has been visit?
ing relatives.
A. Manonl. depot agent at Chrlstians
burg, was in tho city yesterday en routo
to Lynchbuig.
Col. R. EL Woodrum returned yester?
day afternoon from a short trip to
Henry county.
Mies Annie Dickens, of Bliiotield, is
visiting the family of R A. Wright at
7u2 Saiem avenue.
L, P. LlgOQ, mis'.or mechanic of the
sh^pi at Bluetiold, was in tho city yes?
terday cn business.
L. Lazarus, of Pocihontas, passed
through the city yesterday en routa
homo from Lynchburg.
Ii. U.S. Handy, superintendent of
the Wineton Salem division, wsb in the
city yesterday on business.
C. C Rilev. of the Park Street Band,
left yesterday for an extended trip
through Northern Georgia
James R8ed went to Lynchburg yes?
terday in response to a telegram stating
that his child was very sick.
"Bud" Rudy, of the Roanoko Machine
Works, loft yesterday for Hagorstown to
spend a week with relatives.
Mrs. Alexander Black, of Blacksburg,
is visiting the family of Col. J. Hamp?
ton H?ge, on Campbell street.
Capt. Alexander Jones, of this city
has purchasod the handsome residence
of J. D. Smith on Campbell avenue.
W. C Millor and wife, of Fort Sey
bert, W. Va., are visiting their son,
Prof. J. W. Miller, of the Uilmar street
school.
Mrs. T?te, of Montvalo, who has been
visiting Mrs Dr. Fostc on Salem av?
enue for Heveral days, returned home
j esterday.
Maj. A. Lewis, who ha* been spend?
ing the summer with O M. Pits?r. left
y.'Bterday morning for his homo in Pjii
sacola, Fla.
Dr. J. Newton Lewis, tho city coro
nor, left yesterday for Jefferson county,
W. Va . to attend the bedside of his
sick mother.
Rev. A C. Birron, tho Baltimore
evangelist, arrived in the city yesterday
evening and took chsrgo of the First
Baptist Church revival.
James Martin and wifo returned to
their homo near Porrum, Franklin
county, josterday after a pleasant visit
to relatives in this city and Vinton
Miss Lizzlo, daughter of Prof. Rhodes
Massiu, of Ballnyue, stopptd over In the
city to visit Mrs. A. P. S;ap!es whllo
en route homo from Washington, D. C
Mr. and Mrs. Sldnoy Liwson, of
Wytbevillo, returned to their home
yesterday, after a pleasant visit to the
family of Henry Siuvons, near tho city.
R. C. Hudson, advance agent for the
Frederick Ward Company, waH in the
city yojteriay arranging for the ap
poarance of his company at tho Acad
omy of Music.
Miss Ora Wolff, ot Chicago, who has
boon visiting her brother, E. U. Wolff,
for several months past, left yesterday
for Hsgerstown, accompanied "by Mrs.
Wolff and children.
J. Shirley Smith wont to CharlestowD,
W. Va., yeBterday to visit Mrs. Smith,
who has been ill at that place for the
past seven weeks. They will return to
Roanoke on Sunday.
Miss Carrie Young, who for the past
six weekB has been visiting her cousins,
the Misses Manning, on Third avenue
n. w., left yesterday for her home in
Mai-tinBburg, W. Va.
Arthur Keith and George C Cartor,
of the United Statos goologictl survey,
after spending a day in Koanoko, left
yesterday for Floyd county They came
from tho northern part of Maryland to
this city by private conveyance.
Cam. and soo the beautiful dinner sots
just rec?lverl by the K. EL Stowart Fur?
niture Cuoiviri'.
W. K Andrews & Co., 210 Salem ave?
nue, are strictly coal and wood dealer?.
Thoy keep what you want and deliver
it promptly. _
TOB
PEOPLE'S
FAVORITE
II Oil B
Ti??i Koanoko Times + 4- + PAPER
Roanoke Shoe Manufacturing Co.
-80 BALE HI AVENUE
r^7~All Kinds or Hoots and Shoes Mado and
Repaired. All Orders Punctually Attended to.
I). HORGAN Manager.
Factory Over Curr's Itottllng Works.
FOli HUNT.
TJIORHBNT?IIO08B 4M TENTH AVENUE
X} S. W : Bereu rooms and hath. Possession
given imincdiately. Address K. 1J. WOLFF,
city. 10 17 St
ipou RENT?A NICK Ft RN1SUED ROOM;
F nil conveniences; rood locality. NO. 2J
FOURTH AVENUE, N. B. 10 17 2t
BOB HALitU.
I>HIVATK SALE. KOI! A KKW OA YS, TIIK
bouaobold and kitchen furniture at 3ltiCamp?
bell avenue s. \v. 10 18 It
WANTED?HELP.
WANTED?8ALBSMBN.LO0AL AND TRAV
cling, to handle our oils on commission, in
connection with other troods. Good Inducement
to right party. Address TUE/.UNEOILi COM?
PANY, Cleveland, O. Id 10 8t
LOST AND FOUND.
CTRAYED?MEDIUM SIZE LIGHT BAY
O horse, sis years old. white spot In forehead,
ouo ear clipped Suitable reward for returu of
horse to M. L WINGF1BL?, 1115 Maple avcuue.
9 21 tt
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NOTICE, WATER CONSUMERS?WATEK
rcntuls for this quarter (October, November
and December) ure now due. Consumers arc
hereby notified to call at the olllce of the Roan?
oke Gas and Water Company, room 218, Terry
bullding, und pay same. Water is liable to be
cut oit trom consumers who do not pav their
bills on or licrore Octoher 20. An additional
Charge ot 50 cents will lie collected for turning
of! water. J. C. BAWN, Manager and Engineer.
1017,18,19,20
WANTED.
WANTED?CASB PAID FOR CAST-OFF
clothing, etc. Address 99 Salem avenue or
P. O. Box 503, Hoanokc, Vu. 10 12 lm
I ^HEE-UANDSOMKI.Y ILLUSTRATE I)
I "Guide for Speculators and Investors"
mailed free. Send us vour name ?nd address,
COMSTOOK. IIUGUBS ft CO., Bankers Hud
Brokers, 55 Broadway, New York city. Kiii 8m
CASH PAID FOR SECOND-HAND Ft'RNI
turn .'ill Kimh.ill urenac n. o-. J. K
HOOVER. '.I2:ilm
NOTICIS OF MKRTINU?.
NO (QUORUM HAYING APPEARED AT TDK
regular time fcr the animal meeting of I
Stockholders of the Virginia Industrial Accldont '
Association, notice is hereby given that the
annual meeting of - iid stockholders will be
held ut the office of the company. No. 5 Camp
hell aver tie, Hoanokc, Va . on Saturday, the Kith
day of November, 1*0), at 10 o'clock a in. W. C.
s i EPUENSON.dccretary._10 171m
NOTICE.-THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the e'ockholders of the Pleasant Valley Land
Company will be held at the office of W. K.
Andrews & Co., In the city of Roanoke, Va.,
on .Monday, November 4, 1895, at 4 o'clock p. m.
All stockholders are requested to bo present lu
person or represented bv proxy.
10:itd (i. LAM KIN, Secretary.
__mmm i? mssMj\ i i?a?^^m?IW ??
AGENTS WANTED.
\47 ANTED?MEN TO BBLL NURSERY
'I stock. Permanent, profitable positions.
Special Inducements, New season just onencd.
El.LWANOEK .V HARRY, Rochester. N. Y.
in 15 ot
AGENTS?A SNAP FOP YOU. SALES IM
mense. Big pav. Will cost you notninv to
test t lie business No samples needed. HOUSE?
HOLD SPECIALTY COMPANY, 79 W. Fourth
street, Cincinnati,Ohio._10150m
MEN TO SELL BAKING POWDER TO THE
grocery trade. Sieidy employment; ex?
perience unnecessary: ?7} monthly salary and
expensei or commission, if offer satisfactory
address at once, with particulars concerning
yourself, ?*. S. CHEMICAL WORKS, Chicago.
10 12 1 w
WANTED?TWO OR THRBB SALESMEN
for good territory, to handle oar line of
household goods. Good opportunity for en?
ergetic canvassers. Apply Standard Installment
. Company, ;*j'.l Commerce street, Roanoke, Va.
8-lO-tf
-AND
HAGERST0WN FAIR
?11 v?
Roanoke Post, No. 48, (i. a. R., Wil?
liam Watts Camp Xo. 45 and Roa?
noke Machine Works Guards,
Train Leaves Hoanokc at0:f0 a. m.
Buchanan at 9:50 a. m.
Buena Vlita at 10:45 a. m.
Basic City at 12:00 noon.
Returning Leaves Gettysburg Saturday. October
10th, at 8:W)p.m.,and HaKers
town at 10:00 p. m.
Farb for the Round Trip :
Itoanoko to Hagerstown.SS 75
llnaie City to Hageratown. 3.S0
Itoiuioke to <lettvshtirg. 4 fiO
Basic City to Gettysburg..... 1.00
UouRonable hotel rates have been
arranged in both cities.
Tickets for sale by the following committeo:
. ,T. B. PORTER. 11. B. GBTTYS.
JOHN Mi ERS. S. S. BROOKE.
3. H. PBATHBRSTON. II. W. FRY.
R. F. TAYLOR. F. W. THOMAS.
If. 11. HYDAI'OJL. ll'-10-7t
- FOR ?
Prompt Delivery and Good Work
Send to the Old Reliable,
ROANOKE STEAM LAUNDRY.
GBO. W. AMMEN ft CO., Proprs.
FRONE 110. 1J0 KIRK AVK., S \V
1 Ladies and Gentlemen: 1
If you don't see us for your supplies %
of winter underwear we confidently |j
assure you that you do yourself an 1
injustice. No difference where you %
have been in the habit of ouying, you f*
can't afford to wed yourself to any S
one house or let any prejudice cheat ?
you out of your hard-earned dollars. #
Our big stock is now open.
Yon Don't Have To Buy ILynT?t
come in and see?seeing is being con?
vinced. We have not neglected to
provide for the little folks. We can
fit ail ages and conditions.
What Do You Want?
Cloaks
Dress Goods
Blankets
Comforts
Mannels
Eiderdnwns
Lambs' Wools
linens
Napkins
Chenile Curtains
Chenile Covers
Lace Curtains
Have
Them.
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200 pairs Chenile Curtains bought at a %
tremendous bargain. In the lot are &
50 pairs, f ul 1 3 yards long, dadoed $
and fringed at both top and <i
bottom, 7 colors to select $.
from, at only $1.99 a 4
pair; actually worth j|
three dollars. il
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY
TO BE BiVEM AWAY AT ONGE!
AT YOUR OWN PRICES.
?OUR STOCK OF
ANI) WE WILL SACRIFICE IT. CAM. AT ONCE AND (1KT THE BIG BARGAINS.
NO OLD STOCK. NO JUNK GOODS.
Osuk: Cliamlosr Suites, - $13.50
IP&xlox Suites, ------ IS.CO
Bed Lounges, Single Lounges, Hull Racks, Sideboards, China Closets, Book Cast's,
Center Tables. Dining Chairs, Rockers, Extension Talilns
ft^* Some Bargains Left in Stair and Floor Carpets/'SJ*
f~\ I m Dnnif'C ADC r>\ C\ CCnj Persons who owe as will plense
UUn DvJVJrV? /A rS tl Ks i-VJoiiLJ Mi,li Mt once ami settle accounts.
1 27 Salem Ave., Roanoke, Va.
Take Notice That the Elegant and Well Assorted Slock of
THE SOLOIOH JEIELRY
Will be closed out at and below cost. It will pay you hand?
somely to examine this stock before purchasing elsewhere.
STORE FOR RENT..FIXTURES FOR SaLE
Largest and Best, Selected Stock of
Monuments and Tombstoucs in Va.
g^~Nothlnir hnt the Finest Grade of Work
irnedout. Itniploy none hut the llnest work?
men. 1'rlccs reduceo to m.kc room tornew stock.
CAI.l. AND INSI'KCT.
Office und Yards 603 S. Jefferson St.

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