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,ay aside those old
and call in
and get a new pair
that will keep your
We can furnish you
GOOD SHOES for
Wholesale Cost and
WE ARE THE PEOPLE.
Sample Shoes a Specialty.
Yours to Servo,
Roanoke Shoe Co.
No. 13 S. JofVerson St.
F. J. BUKT, Manager.
Market Square Furniture Co,
IlriTe Jnet Received a New Slock of
Goods Consisting ul
Latest Styles of Furniture, Car?
pets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Cur
lamps, Cutlery, &c.
We Sell at Lowest Prices.
De not deceived, bot call while on MARKST
cud examine our stock.
Market Square Furniture Co.,
HOW TO S?VE MONEY!
KCV YOUR GROOERIKS OF
JOHNSON GROCERY COMPANY
Fine Family Groceries,
Confections, notions and Shoes.
Aleo a Complete Line of Tobacco and Cigars.
C2T" Give us a trial and be convinced that wo
can euvc yon money.
Ho.402 Third Ave., Cor, Fourth St, W. E.
u i tt
A Suggestion for Xmas:
212 S. Jefferson Street.
Prompt Delivery and Good Work
Send to the Old Reliable
ROANOKE STEAM LAUNDRY,
OEO. W. AMMBN & CO., I'roprs.
PRONE 110. ISO KI UK AVK., 8: W
. Bats, Its.
IT MAKES THE MAN.
Are the Best Tailored, Iho Nobbiest in
tho citv. Blue, Black nod Oxford
Gray, $10, $12, $15 aud $20.
Our $7 and $10 Suits
Are Handsome, Styles Correct, Make?
up Faultless, Trices Below Competition
(Hoves, and ail that troes to dress
the gentlemen aluuusunlly close figures
In great variety,Overcoats and Ileefera.
Mothers, bring the boyB and lit them
MEALS & BURKE
102 Salem Ave, 205 Henry St.
Ramon's Liver Pills & Tonic Pellets
are a Perfect Treatment for Constipation
and Biliousness. Iks/"One pill a dose.
uuauoke Steam Bye Works,
J. A. DEVON, Proprietor,
Is tho only reliable Dyeing and
Scouring establishment in the South?
west. All others advertised as steam
dyo works are fakes. Beware. Bo
sure to Bond for us. Ladies' and gent's
goods dyed and cleaned to perfection.
Ladies' Sailor Hats Dyed Black to
look now. Don't forget our number,
IIO CAMPBELL ST.,
Phone 229. Roanoke, Va.
We Want Ion to
Know that we carry the
best line of STOVES in
Look at Them
And be convinced. Our
prices are right, too.
ENGLEBY & BROTHER CO,,
"Jo. I Salem Avenue.
Ramon's Liver Pill removes the bile.
The Tonic Pellet tones up the system.
Combined form a Perfect Treatment. 25c.
Those having brick and stone work
or vitrified brick pavements to belaid
would do well to call on or aildress
Tho Practical Contractor and Ituililer.
Also all kinds of carpenter-wrrk,
plasterine, painting, kalsominimr, and
paper banging done on bhort notice.
All work guaranteed.
J. T. FALLS.
Js'o. 5 Campbell Ave. S. \Y\.
Roanoke Shoe Manufacturing Co.
-25 SALEM AVENUE
C Kinds ot Boots and Shoes Made and
Repaired. All Orders I'nnctnally Attended to.
D. IIOKGAN Malinger.
Factory Over Carr's Itottling Works.
C. B. MEADOR'S,
South side Market Sn,nare, Invites
your attention to hW rnll and
complete line or
and Mill Feed.
-Also a complete line of
BOOTS AND SHOES.
LOW ''KICKS VOK CASH.
Ramon's Relief cures Sick-Headache,
Neuralgia, Cramps, Cholera Morbus,
, ?iarrhuja, &c. 25c. for large bottle.
Send Us a Quarter
Two Dimes and a llulf
If you live nut or tho
rlty ntlil 111 rcutK
Shilling and a Six-pence
Twelve Two ("out stamps
Two Twelve Cent Slumps, or
And we'll send you something useful for your desk or your
vest pocket. It will bo handy for your wife-It Is for ours. If
you are not pleased we'll return the quarter and you can also
keep the article.
The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company,
Opposite Hotcl Aoanokc
Cow* t. Stone. President
T. L. Alfrlend, of Richmond, is here
for a short time.
Albert Payne, of Shenandoah, la in j
the city on business.
R. W. Ogburn, of Winston, N. C, Is
in the city on business.
Tbos. II Moflett, of Ironton, Ohio,
is in the city on business.
R. Pendloton, a cattle doaler of
Wythevllle, is in the city.
E H Sauders. ot Foster's Mills, is
registered at the St. James.
W. J. Brown leturned yesterday from
a business trip to Bluefleld.
C A L. Hopkins, of Alexandria, is
registered at the Ponce de Leon.
W Herbert Hale, senator-elect from
the Franklin district, ia in the city.
J. Ii. S. Mclntosb, a knight of the
grip from Lyncbburg, is in the city.
C. D. Haller, of tbe Baldwin Dotec
t:70 Agency, was in tbe city yesterday.
M s M. P. Preston, of Vlnton, is re?
covering from her recent Bevere illness.
Prof. M. K. Arnn, of this city, is in?
specting mineral properties near Bris?
Dr George T. Walker, of Vinton, is
ablu to be out again after a Bevere ill?
Mr. and Mrs. J. EL Kirkland, of
NasQvllle, are registered at Hotel Koa?
M. R. Garland left last night for
Washington, where he will reside in the
R. J. Smith and E. J. Harrington, of
the Southern Pacific railroad, are In
MifH Maggie Murray, eister ot Mrs
Dr. Foster, left yesterday for tho Atlanta
C. W. 0. Woolwino and Sam Oakoy are
spending a few days in tho buckwneas
county of Floyd.
President Julius D. Dreher, of Baan
oke College, is at the Park Avouue
Hotel, New York.
J. K. Gamblll and his sister, Miss
Bloom field, have returned from a visit
to tbe Atlanta exposition.
Mrs. Daisy Omohundro, of Radford,
is visiting her mother, Mrs. A. Van
Lew, on Patterson avenue.
H. H. S. Handy, superintendent of
the Winston-Salem division of the Nor?
folk and Western, is in the oley.
C. E. Manor and wife, of Stanley, ar?
rived in tbe city yesterday, and are
quartered at the Ponce do Leon.
Rev. W. W. Hamilton, of Vinton, went
to Bristol yesterday to visit his mother
in-law, MrB. Doyle, who is very ill.
H. C. Harnes, the druggist, accom?
panied by bis wife, went to his old home,
Greenovllle, S. C. yesterday to spend
J. E. M. Hanckel, a civil engineer,
formerly of this city, now of Lynchburg,
was bero yosterday, the gueBt of Gap
R G. Larxkln, cashier for Huff, An?
drews & Themas, returned last night
from an extended trip to Atlanta ard
Brunswick, Ga., and St. Augustiue, Fla.
The truatoe of B. Lsvy it Alexander
is disposing of their entire steck of
goods, consisting of ready-made cloth?
ing, bcois, shoos, gents' furnishing
gocds, underwear, Ac, at No. 23 Salem
avenue, and in Salem, Va , at and be
low cost. See advertisement in this
beginning on Monday. Novembor
25, 181)5, the Vinton car will leave the
Terry building at 0:00 a. m. and G 30 a.
m ; returning leave Vinton 0:15 a. m.
and 0:45 a. m., after which the regular
schedule will bo observed.
S. W Jamison,
Pros, and Gon'l Mgr.
Tun Pocket Kodak is not a plaything,
but a complote little camera. One but?
ton does it; you press it. Roanoke Cycle
Company,agents, 1C8 Salem avenue s.w.
Choice Flowers ?t Auel Ion.
Wk will offer at public auction Satur?
day morning, 9 a. m , on Market Squaro,
a choice lot of chrysanthemums in full
bloom. Al. choice varieties, grown by
John Halliday, of Lyncbburg, Va.
Ladies esp'dally Invited to attend
this sale. G. M. Berlin,
Second-hand bicycles at all prices at
Roanoke Cycle Company, 108 Salem ave?
nue s. w.
For seasoned oak or pine wood by tbe
cord, or cut and split for the stove, call
on W. K. Andrews A Co., sio Salem
avenue. Their belled teams will de?
For tbe best work?the Swiss Steam
Laundry,338 Salem avenue west. 'Phono
W. K. Andrews a Co., 2:9 Salem
avenue, are atrictly coil and wood
dealers. They keep everything you
ni od in that lino, and will deliver it
promptly. Look out for the belled
Buy Brush Mountain coal from W. K.
Andrews A Co ,210Salem avonn.-. They
will sell It cheaper than it has ovor been
hold in tbe city. Look out for tbo belled
Go to Donaldson's for refrigerators at
The Radford Stoaun Laundry, 316 Sa
lom avenue, are now prepared to turn
, out work In tho best style. Try them.
aro tho flro twins. There's no gottlng
along without them, and U'.i just as im?
possible to dony that our coal yard is
tho best supplied ono Koaooko. You
Bavo on tbo quality when you order of
us, and our customors always know that
they aro getting full weight. A ton
with us means a ton, no", one or two '
hundred weight short.
H. C. STARKEY & CO.
THE FOURTH ANNUAL
?WILL IUS HELD
December 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7,
Evans' Bros'. Old Hardware BaildiDg,
Ladle* and clvldrcn are- specially Invited to
this nioet Interesting cxbibltiou, wh;ch win he
opMi airy and night.
Ad'tiiesion l.'i cods, Chlldron 10 cents.
Those who wish 10 enter fowl* for show ehnnld
apply for premium lift* to c. W, Thomas, presi?
dent, Rosnoke, Va; or F. A. Lovelock, secretary,
Salem. Kntru r cloi^e November 3D.
Five dollars 1? offered to the exhibitor s?owltg
the largest nomher of birds (scoring over SU
Five dollars Is offeron to the exhibitor of the
beet collection of pigeons.
On tlie Dentil of Mm. Catlierino Commlng., j
Wlfo of Our Esteemed Hrothor, W. Jj
Uommlnas, < f Hoauoks Division Mo. 1,
A. U. U.
Whereas, It hts pleased Almighty God, in Uls
Infinite mercy, ti deprive our lirotlu r, W. J.
Commlng*. of that endearing companionship to
which ho looked loiwardto as the brlt litest hope
of his lite.
Amid the wordly tnrmoll?, battles and conten?
tions of lifo that sabllnio mystery, the mjcterr
of the sge, grim death, passes over the land, his
chilly breath Is watted upon the breeze and the
sweet companion of ?ur brother receives tho
blighting touch and passes over Into the groat
lie It resolrcd. That we, tho members of the
Ancient Order of Hibernians, In meeting assem?
bled, hercliy tesllty rnr very deep sorrow on the
occasion of tho demise of M rs. Catherine Com
niings. whose kindly acts nixl deeds have won for
her the f?lle?! appreciation of our companions,
friends and admirers.
Resolved, That In tendering to onr esteemed
brother tnese resolntions of sympathy we trast
that God will give him life, hope and strength
to bear np against the heavy alllictlon from
which he has snffered, to prolong his Journey
hereafter in peace and happiness umid tho conso?
lations of h.s friends.
"Need there be praise of the love written record,
The name and the cp|tu-,>h graved on the none.
The things we have lived for, let thorn be our
We onraelvf s bnt remembered by what wc Iiotc
Resolved,Thtt a copy of those resolutions be
sptead upon the minuter of the division and also
inserted in Hie local papers.
K. U. domxellt, Chairman.
Oejuue P. (. Aim,
Rtrange Fntttl Disease.
St. Lotis, Mo., Nov. 21.?A special to
tho Republic from Donison, Tex , says:
The Shearer family in East Sherman,
are thn vioiimn of a mysterious disease.
Mls3 Jennie, aped 15, dlt*d yostcrday,
her brother Oaorgft, 21, died last night;
Ma<:d, a child of 7, d.ed this morning,
and Clark, 20 years old, is not oxpeoted
to live through the night. McSwain
Shearer, another brother, aged 13, was
taken to- day.
Reserve Still Going Down.
Washington, Nov 21.?Tho Treasury
to day lout a bait million In gold for
export, which leaves the true amount
of tbe gold reserve 88G,304,;57.
Mrs. W. B. Mkf.k, who resides at
Camptcnville, Cal., says her daughter
was for several yeara troubled at times
with severo cramps in the stomach, and
would be in such agony that it was
necessary to call in a physician. Bav
ing read about Chamberlain's Colio,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Romedy she con?
cluded to try it. She found that it
always gave prompt relief. It was sel?
dom neoassary to give tho second doBO.
"It has not only savtd U9 lots of worry I
and time," she says, "but also doctor
bills. It is my opinion that evpry
family should havo a bottle of this
remedy In tbe bouse." For sale by Tho
Cha3 Ljle Drug Company.
An e.^gsnt ltro of carpets, rugs ani
art squares can b- f-'und at tho to. H.
Stewart Furnitur? Company
An \vk were, passing down Catncboll
street yesterday < ur attention was
dr?wn to tbe lino Colors In the w indow
of No. 110 Wo wont in and found Mr.
Devon quietly dyeinir all kinds of colors
in cloth, ribbon, olc It was marvpJous
to k?h Id good* being made to look as
t-ood as row. If you want anyhinp; in
this lin? ju*t tend to Mr Devon and be
will gusrantoo everything all right.
Nothing but good work. Respectfully,
J. A. DEVON, HO Campbell ave. a, w.
WE HAVE JUST OPENED GREAT HEAPS
JUST THE THING TO MAKE ?
Baby a Cloak
? Bath Robe ?
T Dressing Sacque ?
Lovely quality, all-wool, in Grey, Tan, Cardinal, Cream,
i'iuk, Navy Blue and Light Blue.
I'lnk and Light IHuo. \
On 137- 42c.
Remnants of Everything Go at a Sacrifice.
\\T& H ES I'BCT FULLY INVITE THOSK WHO DBSIHK HOUSE yUHNISlllNG GOODS
vv to tute h look over onr stoca. I'erhtps we have ?ometblm; tlmt you wish. Ia It Car
nets or Kurs? I'erhapn It ie Ulsukcts or Comforts la It a 1'arlor Bed or Dining Hoom Suite?
We have all style* ot Stoves. Do you need any ? Perhaps It is a Dinner or Tea S?t yon need.
We have the prettiest you ever saw. Our Toilet t-'ets are bounties Is It a fine Album, a
I'lcturc. sn Barel, Silverware, Luce or Chcniit- Curtains you need ? In tact. It you desire any?
thing that adds comfort to the home wc can furnish It as high In trrade, us low In price, aud
on as easy Urns *b bii.v boaee in the city. Come and see for yonrtclves.
Yours to pleaee,
CINCINNATI INSTALLMENT CO.,
301 and 203, corner Commerce Street and Salem Avenue.
To Close Business,
Take Notice That the Elegant and Weil Assorted Stock of
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
Brings Better Returns to Adver?
tisers than finy Paper in S.W. Va.
Goal and Wood.
ALL CHAD BS OP COAL. FULL WEIGHT,
prompt delivery. Also, Wood by tlio load
or cord. *PHONB 80S.
Varde, Norwich Lock Works.
11211m T. D. LOONEY.
ACADEMY OF MUSIC!
ONB NIGHT ONLY,
Friday, Nov. 22.
THE LOCAL EVENT OF THE SEASON.
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.
LECT1 KE BT
PROF. NM. H. PLE?SANTS,
To lie followed l>y n piny written liy :t
Prominent Among I lie Player* Aro
Miss Mary Vv*haley, of Norfolk,
Mr. Frank Walker, cf Richmond,
Billy Eberhardt and Harry Bar
nitz, of Roanoke.
L'ricea 50c for the entire house.
LOST?SMALL TOBACCO SACK, OONTAIN
lug about .*,SU in bills. A HberM reward will
be paid it delivered at Oliaf. l.yleDrug Company.
II. D. UOWBERT. 1S2 1W
tjXHt SALE-HOTEL IV BALTIMORE AT
great bargain, on best thoroughfare In city.
Paying bor and pool room (livetable?); hotel and
liquor license; moderate rent. Leaso, license,
Ilxtnrc8 and good will for $3,500 cash. Owner
has other business Address HOTEL BOSWELL,
corner Gay and Front streets, Baltimore. Md.
11 lit lw
FOB SALE.?MATTH BBS RH, SUUCK AND
cotton,, 14.25. Straw and cotton, $1.25. Up?
holstering. Factory. 3H5 Salem avenue. 1029 tf
WE MI ST UAVB 1IBLP.-WE PAY MEN
and women $10 to $18 per week for esBy
homework. No books or peddling. Steady em?
ployment gnsisuteed. Send stamp for worK and
particulars at once. HERMANN ,t SEYMOUR.
213 South Sixth btreet, Philade lphia, Pa.
WANTED?CASM PAID FOR CAST-OFF
clothing, etc. Address 21) Salem avenne or
P. O. Box 603, Roanoke, Va. 10 12 lm
WANTED-SALESMEN TO SELL TIGER
brands lubricating oils and cteases; liberal
commissions paid; references. HIE HOWARD
OIL AND GREASE COMPANY, Cleveland, Ohio.
11 21 2'.
WANTS D.?MAN TO SUPERINTEND
branch ofllce for Western Manufacturing
Company. Salary $1,900 yearly. Hrrerercrs and
Jtiuo capital required. Address BOX St, Atlanta,
VXTANTED?TWO OR THREE SALESMEN
vv for good territory, to handle our line of
honsehold goods. Good opportunity for en?
ergetic canvassers. Apply Standard Installment
Company, 309 Commerce street, Roanoke, Va.