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)B. Dorayt .
Miss Etta BowqrjB1
nese is lmprovln,t?geY||tti|. *
Thos. Foray t ?
store In the Oar
the BaptL'^^jr .
Thursday^? tO 116
on the ocd VJ
atlvea ,JU Qn
bule N< W Ul1,
ln i j^5* Lay aside those old
fa]? Shoes and call In
and get a new pair
~J that will keep your
We can furnish you
GOOD SHOES for
Wholesale Cost and
WE ARi? THE PEOPLE.
Sample Shoes a Specialty.
Yours to .Serve,
Roanoke Shoe Co.
No. 13 S. JofferHon St.
F. J. BUKT, Manager.
Mark^ Square Furniture Co.,
Have Just Received a Ni w Stock of
Goods Consisting of
Latest Styles of Furniture, Car?
pets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Cur?
tains, Queenswars, Glassware,
Lamps, Cutlery, &c.
We Sell at Lowest Prices.
Be not deceived, but call while ou MABKBT
and examine our stock.
Market Square Furniture Co.,
HartEocL Building. Market Sqr.ore.
ItUV YOUK OROOBKIB8 OF
JOHNSON GROCERY COMPANY
? DEALEKS IN?
Fine Family Groceries,
Confections, notions and Shoes.
Also a Complete Line ot Tobacco uad Cigar*.
}&g~ GTvcnsa trial and be convinced the.* wo
can gave you money.
Eo. 402 Third Ave., Cor. Fourth St. 8. B,
ii i tt
See Our Specimens.
212 8. Jefferson Street.
ftoacote Shoe Manufacturing Co.
-25 8AI.KM AVKNUE
jyAll Kind? of Boote and Shoes Made and
Itepalrcd. All Orders l'unctually Attended to.
D. I oiu;AN Manager.
Factory Over Carr'j lJottllug Works.
Is, Bat, Hals.
IT MAKE8 THE MAN.
At e the liest Tailored, the Nobbiest in
the city. Blue, Black and Oxford
Gray, $10, $12, $15 aud $20.
Our $7 and $10 Suits
Are Handsome, Styles Correct, Make?
up Faultless, I'rices Below Competition
Gloves, and all that goes to dress
the gentlemen at unusually close figures
In great variety,Overcoats oud Reefers.
Mothers, bring the hoys and fit them
MEALS & BURKE
102 Salem Ave. 205 Henry St.
We Want Yon to
Know that we carry the
best line of STOVES in
Look at Them
And he conviuced. Our
prices are right, loo.
ENGLEBY & BROTHER CO.,
Mo. 17 8alem Avenue.
BoenoRe Steam Dye Works,
J. A. DEVON, Proprietor,
Is the ouly reliable I>yeing and
Scouring establishment in the South?
west. All others advertised as steam
dye works are lakes. Beware. Be
sure to send for us. Ladies' nud gent's
goods dyed and cleaned to perfection.
Ladies' Sailor Hats Dyed Black to
look new. Don't forget our number,
110 CAMPBELL ST.,
'Phone 229. Roanoke, Va.
C. B. MEADOR'S,
South Bldo Market Square, invitee
your attention to Ms full and
complete line ot
and Mill Feed.
-Also a complete line of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LOW I'KICES FOR CASH.
X WILL SKXX A.
(new) for very little more than meat derOere
chargo for Pianos having no rspataulon.
Write for catalogues add prices to
PUTNAM'S MUSIC STORE,
Those baviu? brick und stone work
or vitrified brick pavements to he laid
vrould do well to call on or address
Tho Practical Contractor and Itullder.
Also all kinds of carpenter-wrrk,
plastering, painting, kalsomining, and
paper hanging done on short notice.
AH work guaranteed.
J. T. FALLS,
No. 5 Campbell Ave. S. W.,
Prompt Delivery and Good Wot.-;
bend to the Uld Reliahlo,
RQANOKL STE?M UUNEHY,
GBO W. AMMF.N & CO., Projns.
PnOKK 110. ISO BIRK AVK.. 8 W
Ramon's Relief cures Sick-IIeadache,
Neuralgia, Cramps, Cholera Morbus,
Diarrhoea, &c. 25c. for large bottle.
The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company,
EDW. L. STONE, Putsiotsr
OPPOSITE HOTEL ROANOKE
A. W. Williams went to Pulaskl yes?
terday on business.
George E. Gay, of Ennis, W. Va., is
in the city on busineso.
O. D. Batchelor, an attorney of Buena
Vista, wao In town yesterday.
R. S. Oglesby and R. B. Adams, ot
Lynohburg, were in the city yesterday.
CbaB. Lunsford and wife left yoater
day for the Petersburg Baptist Associa?
Mrs. H. A. Washington returned yes?
terday from a visit to relatives in Lynch
John W. Richardson, of Marion, is in
the city registered ab Hotel Ponce de
Capt. Sig C. Moyer, a Philadelphia
knight of the grip, is in the city Bell?
R. W. Blair and brider of Danvlllo,
are in the city on route vreBt on their
John 3. Witt, of the firm of Witt &
Watklns, of Lynchbuig, 1b in the city
L. J. Frlstoo, a stationer of Bluefleld,
was In the city yesterday en route home
Neil Warner and Waller J. Brooks,
of the Kate Claxton Company, are reg?
istered at the St. JameB.
Miss Nora Anderson, of Staunton, is
viBlting the family of Dr. J. B. Raw
lings on Campbell street.
A. A. Wilcox, of Columbus, Ca., ia
registered ac Botel Roanoke and will
spend several dav9 in the city.
R. A. Ruckner, president of the City
Council, has returned from a ten days'
viBit to the Atlanta Exposition.
Joel W. Daniel and bride, nee Staples,,
went to their home in Martlnsvllle yes?
terday after a visit to friends in tho
Mrs. C. A. Stevenson and eleven
other members of the "Two Orphans '
company, aro registered at the Ponce
Rev. B. W. Hubbard, the Episcopal'
minister of Salem, passed through tbo
city yesterday en route borne from
C. E. Sooley and K. R. Curry, oft
Ronceverte. andO. G. Martin,of Meadow*
Bluff, W. Va., are registered at the
Ponce de Leon.
C. B. Hough ton, of the-Mountaln Lake
syndicate, has returned after uovorrti
weeks absence in Cbica&ro and other
C. L. Kensil, of Philadelphia, pur?
chasing agent of the Southwest Vir?
ginia Improvement Company, of Pooa
hontas, is in the city.
E. L. Mc-lr, chief cleric in the city
postofhee, went to Stuart yesterday a>
oompanl6d by his family to spend Liu
vacation ot ;wu weeks.
Mint) Cora L. Mitchell, of Sprlngwood,
Va., has aocopted a position as asslatasb
nurse at Rebekah Sanitarium, in this
city, and entered upon her duties..
The trustee of B. Levy & Alexander
is disposing of their entire stock? of
goods, conaistlng of ready-made cloth?
ing, boote, Rhoen, (tents' furnishing
goods, underwear, Ac.,.at No. 23 Salom
avenue, and In Salem, Va., at antobe
low cootv Sou advortlsoment In this
I wiiiti. sell at auction ro-day at 10
o'clock a. m , at Knopp's livory ot&ble.
South Jefferson street, a lot of horaes
and vehicles. A. D. Bat< iKii
nnotion of Cbolee Plants.
We: will offer at public auction Satur?
day, November 10, at 9 a m. on Market
Square.a lot of cboioe Chrysanthemums.
Plante In full bloom,all choice varieties,
grown by John Ualliday, of Ly ftohhurg,
Va. Ladies especially invited to attend.
this sale. u. M. Bkblin,
Sho ?o?? t? km- Work.
0? page 3 of this issue, among to i
professional cards,appears tho advertise
ment of Miss Belle Q Foikea, type?
writer and stenographer, who baa ho*
office at the Ponce do Leon Hotel. She
guarantees her-work to be always satis?
factory. Give her a call and have your
work well doas.
Send your soiled linen to tho Brad?
ford Steam Laundry- First class work.
Itessens In Oecxoatit.
I will give lessons in the Gorman
language. Am a natlvoof G?rmar..? and
a practical teaoher of the German
language; also lessons- in drawlag and
painting. Terra? moderate. A. L.
Noverv?31 Fourth *venue n.
Thr State and city taxes foo ? 18-95 are
now due and payable at city treasurer's
office. Five per cent, penalty will be
added after Deoember 1, 1893.
C. W. TiionAS, Treas.
CoNSUMEitaof Aath.'acV? . Coal, before
buying their winter si-ufiy, should ftet
our prices. KlMOALL Coal Company,
17 Campbell avenue. Telephone 128.
Go to Donaldson's 1 ?r rofrigoratora at
Vc. don't t-.b'i notJ-n or on', our pa or
In lumi??are? Richmond Music Co.
iiRUBti Mountain f'oAi?? 0?n*crocr?
? iiiiuil gr i our p. i.-.i<9 Dolore buying ?t?
vhoro. ICimbalu jOAI. Company^ 17
Cau-.pr.oll ivenue. Telephone UQ,
are tbff fli 8 twins. Thorn's no getting
along without them, and U'a just as im?
possible to .dony that our coal yard is
the best supplied ono Roanoko. You
save on the .quality when you order of
us, and our en itornors always know that
they are getting full weight. A ton
with us means a ton, not ono or two
hundred weitrb* short.
H. C. STARKEY & CO.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC!
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Saturday, Nov. 16.
TUB FA WHITE ACTRESS,
II? BHEKIDAN KN?WLB?'
THE LOVE CHASE."
STYLE OF CHAI.1.ES II.
The Sp'.fcnilld Company Includes
I BARTON Hii.l, and
Sar~MI8S WAINWKHilirr will speak anew
rhymed Epilogue, written tor her by Jftllan
"A GAVOTTI3" will ha'danced at the close,
l'rices, 25c. 60c, 75c and ?ll
WILL sei.I,, TKADK OK EXCHANGE
8-room dwelling. 1*1 IDigh street, on terms
to h dt purchaser, Wrlto &. K. BAItKSI>ALB,
Norfolk, Va. 1113 lw
FOK SALE.?MATTHKSS-KS, SHUCK AND
cotton,, fi.-j:,. Straw and cotton, $1.2T.> Up
holeisilng. Factor:w8IB Salem avenue. 1099 tf
WANTED ?1.0TK) PEIOT OAK FENCING
lumber and COO feel ix I oak aenntring.
Stata lowcat cash price, doltvered, and when it
can Vie delivered. "T. C. ti?,"* care Times.
IWINTER AND ca It IS FOK HOUSED AND
towe cheap. Will ?II for and return them. Ad
drew, J LUC1AN MOUMAW, Cloverdale, Va.
10 30 to 12 1
WANTED?OASU ? 1'AID FOK CAST-OFF
Clothing, etc. Address 29 Salem avenue or
P. O. Box 593, Koanoke. Va. 1U-1S lm
Ramon's Liver Pills & TonlcPeUets
are a Perfect Treatment for Constipation
juaiL Biliousness. USSTOnc pill a dose.
WA N T E D.?"MAN TO EVI P3R1NTB1CD
branch otl; ;e for Western Manutticlurln^
Oompany. Salar,'.|i',2u0'yearly. Ueferencea ui(l
SJtiOU capital reqnirwu Address. BO'L s?, AUnim.*
'Aa. 10 V.) tf i
AGBNTS?A SNAP FOR YOU. SALES IM
monee. Bli;.p.av. Wll t coat 'jon nothing to
test the hiiBlnces No *an> plea ncsded. HOUSE?
HOLD SPKClM/.i'Y COMPANY, 79 W. Fourth
street, Cincinnati, Ohio. 1015Sm
WANTBU-TV/O Ol^iiliaE SALESMEN
Tor good tei rltory, to handle our line of
ihoneehold goode . Go id opportunity for en?
ergetic canvaeser a. Apply Standard Installment
Company, 309 Cr iinnser ce street, Koanoke, Va.
Ramon's.Ltvet ? Pill removes the bile.
The Tonit Peile t tones up the system.
Combinediiniii a Perfect Trea?nent. 25c.
N?TIG? , OF MEETING?'-.
NO UU9RUHI11/ AVlNO APPEARED AT THE
regujar tlnw . for iho annnal meeting of
stockholders sfr7 no Virginia Industrial Accident
Association, nu ttce Is hereby given that the
annual meertmr ; of s*ld stockholders will be
held at Hie r*-fik 1 of the company. No. 5 Camp?
bell avw>nevl# ?moke, Va , on Saturday, the 16th
day of Novans' >or, 1S96, at 10 o'clock a. m. W. o.
STEPHENS? N. Secretary. 10 11-lm
I5US1NRSS IS ON THE
INCREASE IN ROAN
OKB. HELP IT ALONG
UY SmtSCKlHINi; TO
THE INDUSTnlAIi AND.
OF THE '11 v Ks. NO EX?
TRA CHARGES. THREE
CENTS THE PRICE, IN?
PtfND IN Yol'R OR?
Consumers of Anthracltt; ''cat c\n
8>v? tu.'nuy bv utlnif <ftir coal Pry a
Hanno.e lr>:i I >i<> con ?m nc^d Rl.mbai.l.
Co ai. Company, 17 OarnpU-U hvotiu.-.
T< luvhono 126.
TUB la'lford S'ntm LituMry, 3lf> Sa
l?>?>, a' ui> n>, ?r,> r,"iv f-nparod to turn
f???*T Ork in Um.? >>??? ? k > lo. Trj thtm.
IjUtOK >non-'7 '1 h \n on rp*l ftstste.
Long time t?nd ???v o\vi ? n?s <"!*.ll t?r.
?r?co. T. W. ypiNDLE & CO., ICt J' fl jr
On Account of the Rain Yesterday Many in?
tending Purchasers Were Kept
From Attending Our
Many, However, Were Present, and the Rem?
nant Tables Were Greatly Reduced.
BALANCE OF REMNANTS
Will be on our tables to-day. We hope to close
them up. After to-day they will not
be displayed again till our next
regular REMNANT DAY.
&c, &c, &c.
Besides many strong values in Gents', Ladies'
and Children's Underwear, Hosiery,
Gloves, Mittens, Corsets, Hand?
kerchiefs and Neckwear.
BARGAINS IN BLANKE!
HERE WE ARE AGAIN !
With Something Good to Offer You.
rll'ST ARRIVED, THE NEWEST, THE NOBBIEST, THE PICETTIEST OF ALL.
Etogaut Nilvor-Pla-e (Quadruple! Ten Service, lteiuiti fully Engraved, ut Only SIO.
liitautii'iti ciiinu T?-u Set, no Pieces ------ x.
Elegant English Dinner Net, lOO Pieces - - - - - H.
Pitm-y Decorated Austruiliiu Toilet riots ... . - - O.BO.
Fancy Chairs, Ladies' Desks, China Closets, and ev?ry artlclo von need for making
home comfortable and attractive, cnn Im> found at
?w-.-w". ttt-o^k:^^-^ 6z ccs
GREAT BARGAIN FURNITURE HOUSE,
NO. SO SALEM AVEN?K.
WE RESPECTFULLY INV1TK THOSE WH.? DB&1KR HOUSE TrUHNISUlNG GOODS
to taUo a look over our ?tock. I'rrhips we have wmethlng Unit you wish. Is it (Jar
pets or lings ! Perhaps It 1? Blankets or Coratorts. Is it a Parlor Bed or Dialog Koom Suiter
We have all styles ot Stoves. Do you need any f Perhaps It In s Dinner or Tea Set yon need.
We hsvo the pretueet yon ever ?aw. Our Toilet Heta are beauties fs It a flue Album, a
Picture, on Baeel, Sllvcrwaro, Dace or Chenlle Curtains yon need T In fact. If yon desire any?
thing that adds comfort to tho home we can furnish U as high In grade, a? low in prico, and
on ae easy terirs as any honsc tn the city. Come und see for yourselves.
Yours to pleaee,
CINCINNATI INSTALLMENT CO.,
SOI and 203, corner Commerce Street and Salem Avenne.
FACTS ABOUT BUILDING.
When You Build You Want to Use the Best
and Cheapest Material.
ARE THE BEST.
First, Because they ?re mnen lighter.
Second. Uucansc they will cost lc?u to hang
and keep in repair.
Third. Decants ihey uro thoroughly dry and
will not vhrlnk.
lh< y havo a much smoother
they will take and hold paint
sn'tftce, wUh no
Seventh, Because they will last longer.
Fourth. Be-an*e they will not warp and get out I Bls;hih. Qec*nso they arc mnch better in every
nt shr.pe. ' rtapoct.
' XST C'.n fnnilBh yon Kiln Drlod Dresaod l.nm
|? _,. n.n|i limn beoanse tt la \ her In any quantity, such as Vloorlug, Sluing,
jSG tUUIB11 nuCK UuHil *ho bm- I Oelllut:,Base,etc._\Vhon_ln need of anj o_l those
I 'PHONE 2IO,
Whon In need of any t
call at'SOi HOANOKB ST., ROANOKB, VA.
J. H. WILKINSON.