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title: 'The Roanoke times. (Roanoke, Va.) 1897-1977, July 09, 1897, Page 8, Image 8',
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The Pioneer Agents.
Represent' tho largest foreign nnd
Twenty years' experience as agents and
adjusters; also issue surety bouds.,
Commercial National Bauk Building,
We have a nice lot
of Split Bamboo and
s lance Wood
That we wish to
close out at cost.
Our cost is as low as
cash can buy. See
our line and prices
NELSON & MYERS,
207 COMMERCE STREET.
Agents for Fairbank's Scales.
- Parties desiring to borrow money
-in small loans rauglng from $200
-to $(iO0 from the Lynchburg Per
-1?petual Building and Loan Com
-puny on Improved Roauoke city
-real estate will call and Hie appli
J. W. BOSWELL, Agent,
110| Jefferson Street.
CUT THIS OUT !
and brine; it to my si.ore on Jeffer?
son street and it will be accepted
as FIVE PER CENT, payment on
any bill you may-make.
Breakfast 25 cents; dlauftc, -25 cents;
supper, ~~> cents.. - Mwd tickets, $1. J.
Gaming and Going.
Sergeant Seay, of Lynchburg, was in
the city yesterday and took Mary Daniels,
charged with larceny, back to his city for
Councilman IL D. Guy returned yes?
terday from a trip to the Nashville expo?
Prof, and Mrs. N. P. Painter returned
yesterday from Hadford, where they at?
tended the summer normal in progress i
Mrs. James Martin, of Franklin coun?
ty, I? visiting her sister, Airs. J. O.' Jack,
Prof. C. S. Hawkins left yesterday for
Bedford and will in a few days attend the
school of methods at Charlottesville.
J. N. Jamison arrived in the city Wed?
nesday and after shaking hands withjiis
old friends left on the uoon train for
Charlottesville, where he goes to accept a
position with the Southern Hallway Com?
Miss Maud Watts and brother wout to
Amtierst yesterday on a visit to friends.
W. H. S., A. L. and Howard P. Bar
lowo] havo returned to Maybeury, W.
Vs., after a pleasant visit to their
mother, Mrs. A. Barlowe.
Wm. McCauley, of Salem, passed
through the city yesterday en route home
J. Letcher English, of Martinsville,
was in the city yesterday on business.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I. Luusford, Mr.
and Mrs. A. B. Hammond, Mrs. Stephen
son and Miss Hruggett went to Crockett's
Springs yesterday to spend a few weeks.
Rev. Dr Broughton left yesterday af?
ternoon for Martinsville. where he will
make several 'ocal option speches.
Hon. J. Allen Watts returned yester?
day from Lyuchburg, where he attended
United States court.
C. E. Michael, of the Virginia Bridge
and Irou Company, returned yesterday
from a business trip to Richmond.
Mrs. G. W. Francis and Miss Eliza
Shelor went to Ferrum yesterday to visit
E. G. Penn,of Marcinsville, Va.,arrived
here yesterday on a visit to his wife and
J. Walter Lindsay, of New York, a for?
mer Roanoker, is in the city greeting bis
R. W. Masste and <-:. B. Younger, of
Lynchburg, are guests at Hotel Hoanoke.
Superintendent Edmund L. DuBarry,
of Crewe, was in the city yesterday.
Jasper Wells, of Crewe, is registered at
the St. James.
('. E. Layman, of Troutville, is in the
city on business.
W. N. Smith, of Columbia, is a guest
at the St. James.
H. T. Simpson, of Sheuandoah, was in
the city) yeterday.
.1. M. Shea, of Lyuchburg, spent yes?
terday in the city.
Jas. H. Shortt, of I etersburg, is a
guest at the St. .lames.
Jas. K. Henderson, of Blacksburg, is
in the city on business.
T<> Cars Oouafl I put laii foravxr.
TakeCascurots CandyCutlmrlic 10c oi-Sno.
If C. C. C. lad lo cure, druggists refund money.
We had PRINTED for everybody on the face of the
earth, in our territory, during the past three months,
and THOUGHT we had about " printed out" ; but it
scorns to be taking another round, and we are moving
as lively aB ovor.
ARE WE PRINTING FOR YOU ?
Tho Stone Printing and Manufacturing Co.,
EDW. It. STONE, President.
We THINK occasionally.
We are paid Tor our thoughts sorfietimes.
Tliiukirc is worth as much as printing if
the thinking has judgment and exper?
ience back or it.
SEK TU JE NEW POLICY
Life Insurance Company
Before taking out Life Insurance.
Eire, Life and Accident Insurance,
7 Campbell Ave.. Roanoke, Va.
APPLAUDS THE RIOT^ IN INDIA.
An Englist Socialist Leader Says They
Have Been Bobbed.
London, July s. ?llyndman, the Eug
lish socialist leatler. has an article in the
current issue of Justice, the socialist or
gan, on the subject of tho Indian riots.
It concludes***] follow^:
'?Now let us say j)lalnly, as Englishmen
who art utterly sick of the infamous
wrong and robber} bclne done in our
name, who would gladly see the villians
tried and hanged, from Lord (ieorge
Hamilton (the secretary of State for In?
dia) upwards, who have created the fam?
ine and murdered natives by the mill?
ions, that if ever rebellion was justified
in the 1 istory of the world it is justified
in British India to day."
TO EVACUATE B AYA MO.
Havana, Cuba,'(via Key West, Fla.,)
July 8.? Captain Geueral Weyler has at
last decided it wise to'evacuate Hayamo.
He has already ordered the inhabitants
to betake themselves to Manzanilla, and
has asked tho war department iu Spain
to authorize the withdrawal of troops and
the burning of'the town. The expense
of mnintatnlnu the garrison there has
been heavy and one which the end gained
did not justify.
GIFT FROM VANDERBILT.
Raleigh, X. C, July 8.?C.eo. W.
Vauderbilt has made the city of Asbn
vllle a gift of $100,000 for a hospital
for the treatment of lung and throat
troubles and other diseases.
A .otter receive 1 here to-day otates on
the. highest authority that Dr. W. H.
Whitsetr, will within thirty days resign
LAWRBNCB 8. DAVIS, Fire. Lite and Acci?
dent I ? enrane-, No. S Campbell aycnno W.,
North British and Mercantile, ot London.
1'hlUdelpbl? Uuderwrliern', ot Philadelphia.
Phoenix, of London.
Scottish Union and National, ot Bdlnbnrga.
Norwich Union. Ct England.
LommorMol Union, ot London
New York Underwriters', ot New York.
Lion Fire, of London.
Mutual Lite Insurance Co.. ot Now York.
Standard Accident, ot Michigan.
the presidency of [the Southern Bnplist
NORFOLK TANKS INCREASED.
Council Determined to Moko'Up a Deficit
Norfolk, July 8.?The .councils of this
city seem determined to collect revenue
from every soutcf i n sight. Some time
since the clv?rge for litpaoi licenso was
cut down, und to make up the deficit par?
tially caused by this action many indus?
tries, previously assessed .but nominally,
were made to pay higher taxes. The
newspapers of the city were compelled to
pay\n.license tax to do business. Rail?
way companies were taxed $200 per year
for the privilege of doing btisiuoss here,
and the common council has now adopted
the ordinance drawn by Councilman Da?
vis, a prominent attorney, '.imposing ou
railroad, canal, steamboat, steamship,
steam ferries and sleeping car companies
a tax of $200 per year.
The people affected say that the tax Is
unreasonable,ami It Is probable that they
will light it. The: claim that if every
city through which they pass took similar
action they would have to go out of bus?
iness The newspapers some time since
secured Injunctions against the collection
of the license tax from them, claiming
A VALUABLE PRESCRIPTION.
Editor Morrison, of Worthington, Ind.,
"Sun." writes: You have a valuable,
prescription in Electric Bitters, and I
can cheerfully recommend it for Consti?
pation and sick headache, and as a gen?
eral system tonic it has no equal.'.' Mrs.
Annie Stehle, 'ill'J? Cottage drove Ave.,
Chicago, was all run down, could not eat
nor digest, food, had a backache which
never left her and felt tired and weary,
but six bottles of Electric Hitters restored
her health and renewed her strength.
Prices 00 cents and $1. Gut a bottle at
THE FORD DIVORCE CASE.
Sam Small's Daughter Makes Sen?
Richmond, Va., July 8.?The suit of
Stewart JI. Ford, the son of tho wel'
known hotel man here, for an absolute
divorce from hi? wife, Mrs. Loretta Small
Ford, promises to be one of the most sen?
sational ever known here. The defend?
ant, who is a daughter of Rev. Samuel
W. Small, has figured in a divorce case
before. She was divorced from her first
husband shortly after their marriage.
To day M-s. Ford, through her father,
fded a cross-bill and au answer to the
memoranda filed by her husband In the
chaucery court a week ago. Th? answer
filed by the wife to day Is one of the most
scathing arraignments of the plaintiit
probably ever entered iu a similar case in
The pretty defendant says she was mar?
ried to Stewart Ford Iu St. Paul's
Church, Richmond,on September 9, 1895,
after a short acquaintance. She had no
friends who "might have given her warn?
ing knowledge of said Ford's unsavory
reputation." His bearing was that of a
gentleman and ho made ardent love to
the oratrix, whose doubts were set aside
by his persistent protestations of affec?
tion and solemn assurances that he was
c** high st.nr.ding In Richmond aud was
possessed of au Income of "$10,000 a year
and that she should live in luxury and
ease. Deeming hin? to be a Virginian,
and ?o having the high opinion of him
that too Southern woman has of the gen?
uine Virginian, she believed his words to
be truth, instead of falsehood, and in an
evil hour consented to wear his wedding
ring and name. Since that time, she
alleges, her existence has been tortured
by "the cowardly and i nmanly persecu
lions of her husband." His conduct, she
says, whs such as to shut the doors of tho
homes of those persons iu Richmond with
whom sho would otherwise have associ?
ated. She was deprived of all contact
with.others than her husband and his
kindred, "whose ceaseless contentions
and savage hatred for each other rendered
her.lot the harder to endure."
Mrs. Ford proceeds to make specifically
serious charges against her husband, as?
sailing his character. Sho enumerates
diamond riugs, horse and carriage and
other perscnal property which she claims
Ford took and 'sold without accounting
to her therefor."
In February, 1897, Mrs. Ford alleges
that he knocked her down aud while she
was on tho lloor poun'led her with his
fiqts and kicked her with his fejt. until
her nody was covered with pitiful discol
orations and her clothing torn to shreds;
so that she needed the services of a nurse
for some time thereafter. Early in May,
1897, another brutal assault was made,
she says, but blooil from a hemorrhage
frightened him,so he desisted. She alleges
that her husband threatened that if she
left him he would, through his attorney,
fix up against her testimony of disrepu?
table woman and so smirch her character
that the ladies of Richmond would draw
aside their skirts while passing her. The
defendant asks for an absolute divorce
with the right to resume her maiden
name. Alimony is also asked for.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents:
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets) \i. J.
Itching, scaly, bleeding palms, shapeless nolli,
and painful linger ends, pimples, blackheads,
oily, mothy skiu.dry, thin, and falling hair, itch?
ing, scaly scalps, all yield quickly to warm baths
with CuTlcuitA Soap, and gentle anointings
with OtrricuBA (olntmont), the great akia care
Ii ?cid throughout the world. Forria Deco aud Coin.
Co?r? So!* l'roiu , Ilotton.
or " Uow to l'roduct Boft, White Uandi," free.
NEGRO DEPUTIES IN KENTUCKY.
New United States Marshal In Louieviile
Ignores the Color Line.
Lculsvillc, Ky., July 8.?A. D. James,
the new United States marshal for Ken?
tucky, created consternation In the ranks
of the Republicans this nfternoon by ap?
pointing two negroes as his principal
deputies. They were P. II. Kennedy, of
Ucnilerson, and Walker Blackburn, of
This is the first time in"Keutucky that
a negro has had the power of arrest.
Kennedy is a Baptist preacher, ^but will
give up the pulpit temporarily. Black?
burn is also said to be an intelligent ne?
QUIET RESTORED *AT CALCUTTA.
Calcutta, July B ?The dispatch of
troops yesterday evening to intercept, the
striking mill hands up the Ilocgly, who
were said to he preparing to march on
this city 8,000 ?trong to reinforce the
rioters here, has bad an excellent effect.
The mill hands and the Rioters have dis?
persed and all is now quiet hero.
MADAME NORD CA ILL.
London, July 8.?Madame ' Lillian
Nordicu. the prlma donna, is ill at tin
Hotel Savoy. Whl!o her condition is not
regarded as dangerous she will probably
be prevented from singing at the next
DEATH OF A DUKE.
Rome, July 8.?Duke Lunte Rov.'iv i*
?load. He was a descendeiit of Pope tu
litis IL and married a lIch American wo?
man named Davis.
Hon. C. B Bush, picideut of the G'l
mer county (W. Va.) court, says that ,ie
has had three cases of flux in his f> mil/
during the oast summer, which he cured
in less than a week with Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.
Mr. Bush also states, that in some in?
stances there were twenty hemorrhhff ?
day.?Glen vi lie, W. Va., Pathfip^i
This remedy bus been used in nin . ep1.?
demies of flux anil one of cholera with
perfect success. It can always he de?
pended upon for bowel com plaint,evm
its must severe forms. Every fatally
should keep it at hand. The 215 an I 50
cent bottles for sale by 11. C. BilIjK?,,
"He puts up prescriptions." 1-2**.
The "BIG STORE" Always Leads
rmuum^im. mm mi -i' ?.m
Interesting Bargains In Such
sus the Ibvi:idL-S"u.mm.er Demands:
Al 39c, 58-inch Black All-wool Diagonal fcr Separate
Skirls; north 75c.
At 37?c, 38-inch Black Storm Serge, extra quality; worth
At 29c, one lot Corsets to close out?sizes 24 to 30; regular
At 25c, 21-in?h Fine Heal Ilabutai Silks for Summer
Waists; regular price 39c.
At 50c, 44-incli wry tine "Granite" Suiting, in tin' HYencli
Beige effects?quite the thing Cor a tailor-made cos?
tume to travel in; worth 75c.
A1 10c, large assortment "Tailor-made" Duck Suitings lor
Separate Skirts; regular price 12Ac.
At tOc, Fine Black Dress Duck for Skirts.
At 50c, one case Ladies' 26-inch Fast Black Satine Umbrel?
las, with small steel rod and attractive loop handles;
At 59e, one case Gents1 28-ineh Fast Black Satine Umbrel?
las, small steel rod and loop handles; worth 79c. .
At Sc, fifteen pieces very line French Zephyr Gingham;
regular value 12Ac.
At 12Ac, special in Br?wn Dress Linen for traveling dresses,
all pure linen; value 17c
At #1. 17 per dozen, lot All-Linen Towels, put up in dozens
and seid only by the dozen?excellent for good
every-day service; well worth $1.50.
At 12Ac, Plain Linen Dress Batiste, warranted pare linen;
At 10c, Fine Dress Duck in the linen color; worth 12Ac
At 37?ic, only about fivedozeii "Summer"Corsets?awfully
nice for hot weather. You pay 50c usually for this
At 17c, Plain Linen Batiste; worth 22c.
At 25c. Plain Linen Batiste; worth 33c.
At 8c, Fine White Dress Duck; well worth 12Ac.
At 10c, Fine Corded Pique; regular value 12Ac.
At 10c, Linen Homespun Crash Suiting for Ladies' wear.
At 12Ac, Homespun Crash Suiting; worth 15c.
At 5c a box, 500 boxes paper containing 24 sheets good
paper and 24 envelopes to match. You have to pay
10c at other stores.
DO YOU CHEW?
Get the best Gum! "Faultless Pepsin Gum" is the
purest and best.
"Faultless Pepsin (.'hips," regular 5c packages?two
packages for 5c.
"Cracker-Jack" Pepsin Gum, five tablets to the pack?
age, lc package.
"Tpo-Choo" Pepsin Gum, five tablets to the package,
; / ' Stoj) always and only at the "BigStore." Strictly
one price to all.