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r\n You used a ptlr of GOOD
uiJ Shoes tot yojrs*lt or chil?
Would YOU Utte to purchase
your SHOES for lcs< tboo Wuoi.a
Have yon seen our lino of. SAM?
PLE SHOES? TUlH AHE
Do you need a Trunk to put.
your ?u in tie: wear In I his winter?
Give us a call when in need of
UDythlnc In our line
Very truly yonrt..
Roanoke Shoo Co.,
No. 11 S. Jefferi on St.
F. J. Hurt, MiniRiir.
Market Square Furniture Co.,
Have Just Received a Nee. Stock of
Goods Conslatlug o*
latest Styles of Furniture, Car?
pets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Cur?
tains, Queenswara, Glassware,
Lamps, Cutlery, &g
We Sell at Lowojt Prices.
He not deceived, hut c:;'. while on MARKET
und examine our stockt.
Market Square Furniture Co,
llartsuok Building. Market Square.
loaud!! steam Dye Works,
J. A. DEVON, Proprietor,
Is the only reliable Dyeiug and
(Scouring establishment in the South?
west. All others advertised an steam
dye works are lakes. Beware. I3e
sure to send lor us. Ladies' and gent's
Sjoods dyed and cleaned tu per lection.
Indies' Sailor Hats Dyed Bltck to
look new. Don't forget our number,
110 CAMPBELL ST.,
"Phone 229, Roanoke, Va.
South side Market Square. Invites
your attention to Iiis full and
cotaplute line ot
and Mill Feed.
-Also a complete line ot
BOOTS AND SHOES,
LOW PRICES FOR CASH.
WILL A. CAR It, the Roanoke Sign Writer
has retumod from Baltimore. Md., and In pro
pared to furnish all kinds of signs on short notice
egr~ofS.ee ovor 1,'oanolto BotUlnt; Works.
Longs and Slims,
Sborts ami Stouts,
We Fit Auy Shape. No Matter
How Short or Lour
You May He.
DON'T THROW AWAY
On merchant tailors. Our's are made
better, they tit better aud hold the
shape better than any home?
made goo'ls. See them
IN UUEAT VAKIKTY.
Aek to see our 25c Merino Shifts aud
c Fleece-Lined Shirts and Drawers,
rmerly 50c aud $1.
MEALS & BURKE
112 Salem Avc. 205 Henry St.
Roanoke Shoe Manufacturing Co.
-2G SALEM A VK NU K
f^"All Kinds of Boots and Shoes Made and
Kepairod. All Orders Punctually Attended to.
I). IIOKGAN Manager.
Factory Over Chit's Bottling Works.
The Best Photographs.
W^ere to Get Them.
212 S. Jefferson Street.
IjOOM AND TADLE BOARDERS WANTED
? t at No. 19 Seventh avenue b.w. All modern
convenience*. 1037 lw.
\\r ANTED?-TWO BOARDERS AT Sil
tv W. Campbell avenue. 10 24 lw
1X7ANTED. A VEST HAKBR. STATE BX
VV perlene? aud where last employed. Ad?
dress l.ock box an, Roanoke. Va. 'iuS9 tt
FOR SALE.?MATTRESSES*, BUL7UK AND
COttOH,, $3.35. Straw and cotton, $1.?.'*>. Up
hotptertng. Factory. :ilti Salem avenue. 1099tt
LOST?BETWEEN EIGHTH AVENUE AND
Uryital Spring, one small open-luce silver
watch. Monogram on buck, "J. 11 II." finder
will be suitably rewarded by returning to No. 2S
Franklin street. 10 39-3t
LOST.-BUNCH <1f KEYS, SMALL HING
With two keys linked In large ring. Suitable
reward It returned to 'i he Tdiks oltlcc. 10 29 St
IWINTER AND CA HE FOR HORSES AND
COWS cheap. Will call for uncLtrturn them. Ad
dress, J. LI C1AN MooMAW, uiovcrdale, Va.
10 :J0 to 14 1
WANTED?WILL 1*AY TUuEE CENTS I'EH
pound for soft, clean rags. ROANOKE
TIM ES._10 39 tt
WANTED?CASB PAID FOR CAST-OFF
clothing, etc. Address so Salem Brenne or
P. O. Bos .V.t:i, Roanoke, Va. 10 13 Im
CASH PAID FOR SECOND-HAND FURN1
turc. 3.4 Elmhall avenue n. o . J. R.
TXT ANTED.?TRUSTWORTHY PERSON TO
tv travel. Salary J7S i and expenses. Refer?
ence. Knriose self-addressed stumped envelope,
II. E. HKsS, President. Chicago._10 Oil Ot
WA N T E D.?MAN TO SUPERINTEND
branch ofllce for Western .Manufacturing
Company. Sslarv $1,300 yearly. References ana
$WK) capital required. Address BOX &t, Atlanta,
Oa. 1039 tf
AO EN TS?A SN AP FOR YOU. SALES IM
menee. Big pay. Will cost you uothine to
test the business No samples needed. HOUSE?
HOLD SPECIALTY COMPANY, 79 W. Fonrth
etrcet, Cincinnati, Ohio._10 15 tim
WANTED?TWO OR THREE SALESMEN
for good territory, to handle onr line ot
household goods. Good opportunity for en?
ergetic canvassers. Apply standard Installment
Company, 309 Commerce street, Roanoke, Va.
NOTIOE OF MEETINCTft.
VfO QUORUM HAVING APPEARED AT THE
L> regal ir time for the annual meeting of
stockholders of the Virginia Industrial Accident
Association, notice la hereby given that the
annual meeting ot s ild stockholders will be
held at the ofllcu ot the company. No. 6 Camp
hell tivei ne, Itosnoke, Vu . on Saturday, the tc,;h
day of November, 1895, at lu o'clock u m. W. C.
SI KPHENSON, Secretary. it) 17 lm
NOTICE.-THE ANNUAL MEETING OP
the stockholders of the Pleasant Valley Land
Company will be held at the ofllce ot W K.
Andrews ?fc CO;, In the city of Roanoke, Va.,
on Monday, November 1, 1885, at ?! o'clock p. in
All stockholders are requested to he present In
person or represented by proxy.
10 3-td O. LAMKIN, Secretary.
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Louis Catogni is in Atlanta taking; in
J. H. C. Pancake and wife, of Rom
ney, W. Va., are in the city.
Mrs. G. A. Vaiden left yesterday for
a visit to friends at West Point.
11. Hirsh, a prominent business man
of Danville, is in the city on business.
(!en, James A. Walker will npuak at
the Old Opera House on Thursday night.
B. A. Jones returned yesterday from
a trip to Poage's Mill and Bant Moun?
Judgo J. A. Dupuy wont to Bedford
yesterday, whore ho will hold circuit
Miss Cora Carpenter, of Vlnton, who
has boon visiting Miss Annie Jones, has
N- Floyd Foatherston left yesterday
for Natural Bridge and other points
down the Valley.
Mrs. Callie Pariah is very low with
consumption at the residence of G. W.
Chenault, on West Salem avenue.
Oliver Gunn, of Connecticut, returned
to Vinton yesterday after a visit to his
nephow, Prof. W. P. Gunn, at Radford.
H. C. Anderson and wifo, of Salem,
who havo been visiting relatives in he
city for a few days, loft yesterday for
A. F. Domlnice and W. L Hodges
loft yestorday for Atlanta, where they
will spend two weeks visiting tho Ex?
John and Walter Weeks, of Lexing?
ton, Ky., who have been in the city for
aovoral weeks, left-yesterday for Pe?
Miss Maria Brlce returned to her
homo in Richmond yesterday after a
three monthB' visit to tho family of
Caps. D. C. booth.
C. C. Taliaforro returned from Charles ?
ton, W. Va., whuro he attended tow
Synod of Virginia as a delegate from
the Second Presbyterian Church.
Rev. W. A. Hall, of Reeky Mount,
was in the city yesterday en route homo
from attonding a meeting of the Synod
of Virginia at Charleston, W. Va.
W. A. Rood, the popular young olerk
at Iiotel Roanoke, is again at bis post
after having spent a month at Bluoilold
Inn, after having reoovered from the
.injuries received several months ago by
being thrown from his bioyole.
A new Marshall & Wendell piano, in
uro one month, at a sacrifice. You can
save $100. Good reason, from the orig?
inal purchaser, for selling at this re?
duction. Easy payments, no interest.
On Bale at Hobble Music Co's.
ACADEMY OF MC SIC.
"A Knnnway Wife" to be Given To night
at Popular Prices.
The Louise Aydelle Comedy Company
will appear at the Academy of Music
to night in McICee Rankin's romantic
drama, "The Runaway Wife." This is
one of tho most intercstincr plays ever
glvon In this city, and, although tho
company that produces it is one of the
oldest and strongest on tno road, Mana?
ger Hooper has induced them to favor
Roanoke with popular prices. The
charges for to-nicrht will be 25, 35 and
50 cents, in addition to which a special
ladies' ticket will be sold for 35 cents,
which is good for a reserved seat If ac
? cotnp^i'.d by a gentleman with a 50
The company includes a number of
high class specialty stars, and the
leading actress, Miss Aydelle, is ono of
the most versatile and beautiful women
on tho American stage. To-morrow
night tho same company will give the
charming farce oomedy, "A Trip to a
Circus." Patrons of the Academy will
bear in mind that in thcBe two plays
they will sco htgh-claso productions at
??.Julius <\.--mr "
An audience that occupied nearly
every seat in the new Academy as?
sembled there last evening to witness
tho production of "Julius Ceiar" by
Charles B lianford, Elibu R. Spencer
and Miss Nora O'Brien.
The audience was treated to one of
the finest performances of Sbakesperean
drama ever witnessed here. Mr. Han
ford haa surrounded himself with a
company of capable actors, and an even
and well-balanced entertainment re?
sults. Much has been expected of Mr.
Hanford. who appears as a star for the
first time thiB season, and he did not
disappoint those who were acquainted
with his ability.
It was not until tho scene in the
senate with the conspirators was reached
list evening that he had any opportunity
to reveal his powers. His impassioned
monologue over Cesar's body in the
senate chamber aroused the house and
brought him twice before the curtxin.
In the great oration in the market place
ho again thrilled his audience, which
called him thrice before tho curtain and
showered applause on hltn- It would
be difficult to conceive of a finer por?
trayal of the role of Antony.
E. R. Sponcer, as the "lean and hun?
gry" CasBlus, was very successful in
realizing the character, his imperson?
ation being marked by a vivid intensity
that impressed all and won for him mer?
ited applause. Bennett Matlaok, as
RrutUB, sustained his reputation in
Shakcsperoan parts. The subordinate
roles were satisfactorily filled, and as a
wbolo the production has fixed a stand?
ard hero that will notsoon be forgotten.
?Norfolk Virginian, October 18.
Manager Hooper hopes that this at
| traction will be patronized, as ho lost
money on his last good attraction.
maj. jambs B&KBOUK DlSAD.
An Bx-Ooufederate Soldier aud a Prom,
laent Politician Passes Away.
Washington, Oct. 29.?A special to
the Pos? trom Culpepner, Va., says: Hon.
James Barbour, of Virginia, died at t>
o'clock this afternoon at bis country
home, Clover Hill, about three miles
from here, of pneumonia, which at?
tacked him last Saturday. His life-long
associate, Dr. Robert S. Lewis, was
called in to attend him. His physicians
had hopes ot his recovery, but Major
Harbour sank so rapidly with the pro?
gress of his malady that whon his death
was announced it was a great shock and
Mr. Harbour was a lawynr by profes?
sion. Ho was a brother of United States
Senator John S. Barbour, and himself
prominent in politics. In 1850, whon
but 25 years of ago, he was elected to
the Virginia Stato convention, that had
for its duty tho changing and amending
of tho State constitution. 11 o was re?
peatedly elected to tho Stato logisla
turo, and was a member ot that body at
tho time Virginia soceded from the
He was opposed to secession,but whon
Virginia went out of the Union ho fol?
lowed his State. Entering the army be
became a member of General Ewell's
staff with the rank of major and adju?
tant. Conspicuous among the engage?
ments ho was In were Cress Keys and
After tho war, wrecked In fortune
and brokon In health, he again returned
to law, practicing principally at this bar.
Ho entered aotively into politics and
was elected to the house cf delegates.
Ho afterwards bolted the convention
and ran independently for Congress
against General Eppa Hunton. Cul
pepper cast for Msj _>r Barbour an almost
unanimous vote and returned him a
majority larger than any oiher candi?
date had ever received before or ha3
ever received sinca.
He was a candidate for lieutenant
governor on the Democratic ticket with
Hon. John W. Daniel as candidate for
governor. In the Republican victorieR
ot that year the tickot was defeated.
The strain of thatcampalgn told on him.
Ho was elected savoral times after that
to tho State house of representatives
but hin health . .m tinning to fail, he had
finally, within the past three years, to
retire from politics and active public
Major Harbour was a most magnetic
[<man and had a wide friendship among
the Congressmen and Senators of the
country. It is said of him that he never
forgot a face. He wan about 70 years of
age and leaves a wife and seven chil?
Cohan Expedition Safely Landed.
New York' Oct. 20.?According to a
cipher cable message received by
Enrique Trujllo, editor of El Porvonir,
a Cuban newspoper published In thla
city, Carolos Manuel do Cespedes. son
of tho first president of the Cuban
provincial republic of twenty years ago,
who sallod from the Delaware ten days
ago at tho head of a secret expedition
of 100 men, has safely landed In Cuba.
Shot Twice nnd Serloualy Wounded.
danville, Va-, Oct. 20?During a
porsonal difficulty here this afternoon
J. H. Lipscomb was shot twice by W. A.
Carter. Both men are white and ?ro
employed at Bass, Brown & Lee's plan?
ing mill. Lipacomb is married and Car?
ter is single. The wounded man was
taken to tho Home for tho Sick, hia wife
being away on a visit, and Carter was
locked up. Lipscomb is la a critical
Praying For Kaln in Mltnonrl.
SLATER, Ma., Oct. 29.?A large num?
ber of cltizons congregated attbo Bap?
tist Church hero this afternoon for the
express purpose of praying for rain.
Such a scarcity of water was nevor be
foro known in this section. Stock Is
suffering for water and fires aro destroy?
ing flelda of corn and houses in some
sections of the country.
I am propared to furnish, on short no?
tice, all kinds of rubber stamps, inks
and pads, wax seals and presses, stencils,
stamp holders, onamel letters and num?
bers, check protectors and punches, and
all kinds of daters. Prices very low.
Address W. S. BLANTON, No. 311 Camp?
bell avenne a. w.
For seasoned oak or pine wood by the
cord, or cut and split for the stove, call
on W. K. Andrews & Co., S1? Saloon
avenuo. Their belled teams will de?
liver it. _
For the best work?the Swiss Steam
Laundry 333 Salem avenue west.
For the largest assortment and low
prices on parlor and chamber furniture
go to the E. H. Stewart Furniture Com?
Havk you tried tho Radford Steam
Laundry, 210 Salem avonue?
Ir you want tho cheapest coal in the
oity buy Andrews' seml-bltumlnous
'Red Ash." You may know his teams
by tho bells.
Note our sample suits and overcoats
marked In our east clothing window,
you will be euro to buy. R. schiller,
24 Salom avenue.
Look out for tho bollod teams. First
class Pocahontas nut or lump coal de?
livered promptly by W. K. Andrews ?fc
Co., 210 Salem avenuo.
Ramon's Relief cures Stck-Headach?,
Neuralgia, Crnoips, Choieru Morbus,
Diarrhoea, &.c,, 25c for large bottle, j
1 Every Garment
KICTLY UP-TO-DATE IN STVLE, >i
and Finish. Wo name just a tew of the ^
good thin?s in this department. Thess will f
serve as an index to our srent stock. Call
now, while we have n complete assortment ?
nnd all stylen und sizes :
Ladies' Heavy Black Boucle, reefer front, four and six <K
button, Mandolin sleeve, well worth $8, for only . . $5.00 ?
Ladies' Black und Navy Beaver, reefer front, Mandolin _ to
sleeve, velvet collar, would be cheap at $7.50, onJv . $5.00 'S.
Ladies' Black Boucle, ripple back, reefer front, worth <gh
$10, nur price only.' . . . . $T.0O re
Ladies' Heavy Scotch Boucle, black only, roll co!l>?r,
'TO reefer front, a derided beauty and would bring $12,_
I for only... . . $8.00
Ladies' Heavy Boucle, Astrachan ellect. satin lined, a
great favorite, would be a good enough bargain nt
Ladies' Fine Royal Boucle, crepon effect, ripple back,
Mandolin slceveB. receives praise from all, will com?
pare with any $15 Jacket in the market, only
$ 1 0.00 I
Ladles' Fine Navy nud Black Beavers, ripple back,
reefer front, cantaloupe sleeves, handsome pearl but- ^ _ _
tons, a decided bounty, only.$ 1 O.OO
Lacies' Fine ltoyal Cheviot, Boucle ellect, buttons up to
neck, a beautiful garment, would readily briug $17.50,
Ladie6' Fine Cheviot, crepon ellect, silk lined, a p.reat r\r\
bargain, in it very line ?oods,. . $ 1 2.00
Misses' Navy and Brown Meaver, braid-trimmed, G to
12 years, ouly
Misses' Fine Navy Heaver, braid-trimmed, reefer front, ^ _ ?
Misses' Fine Navy Houcle, 12 to 18 years, worth $7, _ _
Come at once and see us More new
things coming on every day's express.
J. fl. M?RSTELLER,
MARBLE OR GRANITE.
Largest and Best Selected Stock of
Mouumeuts and Tombstoues in Va.
EB^NothliiL' tint the Finest Grade ot Work
turned out. Employ none but tho llncst work?
men. I'ricea reduced to nukerooia for new tto.-k.
CAM, AND INSPKCT.
Office and Yards 503 S. Jefferson St,
Take Notice That the Elegant and Well Assorted Stock of
THE SOLOIH JEIELEY COMPANY
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
ACADEMY OF MUSIC 1
THE ELECTRIC COMIQUE
HISS LOUISE AYDELLE,
Supported by a Powerful Dramatic and Specialty
Company, presenting tho Romantic Drama,
"Tie Roaw ay We"
Wednesday, October 30,
And the Rourlng l-'arce Comedy,
"A Trill tfl-1 Cra,"
Thon-day, Octobet 81.
Pricca ar, .V>c and 50c.
%3T Ladles halt price op?nlgR nlghA.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC.
Saturday, Nov. 2.
HARE dramatic treat.
Tum I CHARLES B, H?HP0RD,
Lofty \ ELIBUR, SPEKGER
Df amatic f ?and?
Stars, f HORA O'BBIEH,
Aesletcd l.y a large gronpof flrat class actors In
a nlctorlal presentation ot that
moving tragic play,
I MR.HANVORD a?.91 AltC ANTONY
MR. SPENCER a. .-OASSIUS
MISS O'BRIEN us .PORTIA
Booth-Barrett Jttilnt Cii-iftT Scenery will
PW~ It U as heant 1 -art COUld make It aud
1* ot inactive proporr.o. i,
? Prices $1.