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FIRE INSURANCE!
Ghas. Lunsforfl&Son,
The Pioneer Agents.
Represent' tho lnrg6st foreign aud
American companies.
Twenty years' experience as agents aud
adjusters; also issue surety bonds.
Commercial National 13auk Building,
Ground Floor.
WE are nearly always as busy
ww as we can be.
Somehow we seem to stay that
way.
We are working on the plan that
people buy where they get the
Most Value
For Their Money.
We find the plan works well;
probably because it's weil
executed.
NELSON & MYERS,
Hardware Dealers,
207 Second street s. w., Boanoke, Va.
J. W. Bossel
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
110i Jefferson St., Roauoke, Va.
Money to Loan
-For the Lyuchburg Perpetual
-Building and Loan Co.
RECEIVED THIS WEEK.
Two car loads Maryland Timothy hay.
Ouo car corn.
Ono ear chop
Ono car wheat straw.
One car rye straw.
Prices are right.
J. A. HOOVER,
The Feed Man.
Strawberry Ice Cream made of fresh
strawberries at J. J. Catocni's.
Coming and Going.
Mrs. Sallle Probble, from Coviugtou,
Vn., and her daughter, Miss Delia, are
visiting Capt. John E. Peck, 434 Church
street.
Miss Rosebud Nlniuger, of Roanoke
county, is visitiug her sister, Mrs. W, F.
Baker, 610 West Salem avenue.
J. B. Sullivan, of Lynchburg, is in the
city.
Mrs. Fannie L. Bladon and daughter,
of 212 Eighth avenue s. w., returned j es
terday from a three weeks' visit to Rich?
mond and Powhatan county.
"Mrs. John A. Pack and family, accom?
panied by Miss Annie Gilmore and Misses
Huden, returned yesterday from Dagger's
Springs.
W. A. Barnett, of Norfolk, was in tho
city yesterday.
T. E. Craddock, of Lynchburg, was
registered at Hotel Ronnike yesterday.
Wai. M. Biggs, of Richmond, spent
yesterday iu the city.
United States Marshal George ">V. Levi,
of Berry vi He, was In the city yesterday.
C. J. Richardson, of the postofflce, re?
turned yesterday from Frederck, Md.,
where he spent bis vacation.
Rev. R. J. Dogan, of Spriugwood, was
in the city yesterday.
Miss Alice Woolwiuc left yesterday to
visit friends at Hollins.
Joel H. Cutchin left on the afternoon
train yesotrduy for Charleston, W. Va.
Deputy Sergeant R. T. Boswell is vis?
iting friends in Orange county.
Miss Juney Moseley left yesterday for
her old home in Bedford to speud a short
vacation.
Mrs. M. V. A. Fortuue left yesterday
to visit her daughetrat Alisonta, Pulaski
county.
C. M. Pace, of Shaunton, who repre?
sented the Daily News, of bis city, at the
convention, left yesterday for his home.
H. A. Black, of Stuart's Draft, is a
guest at the Ponce de Leou.
Geo. C. Yeomans, of Lyuchburg, was
in the city yesterday.
Miss Rosa Black and Miss Nannie
Wall, of Lyuchburg, are visiting Mrs. T.
A. Wallace. !5'J0 Campbell avenue.
Miss Octavia Muse and Miss Minnie
Campbell returned yesterday from a
pleasant visit to relatives and friends iu
Salem.
W. W. Anderson, |R. E. Dickinson, O.
A. Kubus, Sam Stone and ,T. C, Wallace
left last night for Virginia Beach to
spend Sunday.
Clyde Houchtns aud G. II. Campbell
went to Blue Ridge Springs last night to
spend Sunday.
Mrs. M. Indorsky and little daughter
ieft last night ou a visit to friends in
Baltimore.
Mrs. S. II. Hambrick and children left
last night for Baltimore, where they will
reside iu the future.
W. T. Lemon and W. L. Byrd went to
Nace, Botetourt county, last night to
spend Sunday.
Miss Mollie Lemon, a teacher iu the
Salem school, passed through the city
yesterday en rente to her home iu Bote?
tourt county.
Bert Davis, press representative of the
great Wallace shows, was in Roanoke
\ TO MEET THE REQUIREMENTS OF
f UP-TO-DATE PRINTING
I It is always necessary that it should have these qualifications: ?
f GOOD INK AND GOOD STOCK MUST BE USED; IT 1
t MUST BE MODERATE IN COST; IT MUST BE STYLISH '<
9 AND IN GOOD TASTE.
9 With these requirements constantly before us we have 1
I supplied our establishment with an unequalled line of '
f The finest Inks and most modern Type; the best machinery "
{, obtainable ; Stationery, etc., in an endless variety ; the latest and j
\ neatest effects in Wedding, Invitation and Correspondence Sta- ^
f tionery, Visiting Cards, etc. Our large stock permits thePwidest i
f range of selection for anything in the way of Printing. 1
f THE STONE PRINTING AND MFG. CO. ]
I EDW. L. STONE, President. ]
f 110-112-114 N.Jefferson Street, ROANOKE, VA. 1
yesterday arranging details for the ap?
pearance of that aggregation here.
Jos. E. Kiger.of the Winchester Times,
returned to his borne yesterday after a
visit of several days In Roanoke.
Mrs. Frederick Aunspaugh was called
to Lyuchburg yesterday on account of
the illness of her sister.
UMrs. A. Lebreckt aud children left yes?
terday to visit friends and relatives in
New York aud Philadelphia.
WANTED.?A boy to assist in real es?
tate office. Must write * good baud anil
willing to work. Address in own hand?
writing, Lock Uox No". i)5, Roanoke, Va.
CIRCUS IS COMING.
The first advertising car of the Great
Wallace Shows arrived in the city early
this morning over the Norfolk and
Western railroad from the west. The
Wallace shows will be really the first big
circus institution that has visited Roan?
oke iu sevenil years. It is claimed by the
management and tvith every evidence of
truthfulness that eight hundred people
are carried in tho .various departments.
Four hundred superb horses, .">() cages
and dens cf wild animals, herds of ele?
phants, droves of camels and high canvass
covering ten acres of ground with seating
capacity of about 12,000.
CHANCES HANDS.
The popular grocery firm of Pitman &
Evans is no more. The firm was yester?
day succeeded by Sandy P, Figgat & Co.,
who will continue the business at the
same stand. Mr Pitman will take much
needed rest aud Mr. Evans, it is under?
stood, will uo South, where he lias been
offered a fine position with the Southern
Railroad.
DIED OF OLD AGE.
Mrs. Mary Jane Lemon died at the
family residence at Lemoutown, llote
tourt county, Friday morning, aged 80
years. The inline liate cause of her Ueath
wasolil age. The funeral took place at
the residence and the remains were in?
terred in the rnmlly buryiug ground at 2
o'clock in the afternoon.
Ronuer's restaurant is growing in pop?
ularity, as evidenced by the large number
he feeds every day. Nice fiesb oysters
can be had, as well as everything that i?
good to eat.
-r AWKKNCB 8. DAVIS, Pl?o, Life- and Accl
1 x dent Icsurance, No. R Campbell avenae W.,
rtuunoke, V?.
COMPANIES :
North british and Mercantile ot London.
Philadelphia Uudcrwriters', ot Philadelphia.
Phoenix, ot London.
Scottish Union and National, ot Edinburgh.
Norwich Union, ot England.
commercial Union, of London.
New York Underwriters', ot New York.
Lion Fire, of London.
Mutual Lite Insurance Co., ot New York.
Standard Accident, ot Michigan.
HE HAS TEX WIVES.
But Mrs. Kneeland, Xo. 4, Has Put Him
Out of Harm's Way.
St. Joseph, Mo., August 14.?Albert
Kneehind, the alleged bigamist, arrested
iu Xew Me> ieo und brought here for trial,
according to letters received, bus ten
wives, nearly all of them living.
They live in ll'inois, Ohio and Mis?
souri. Kneeland is a traveling artist and
was married the last time here about two
years ago. He was first married at Co?
lumbus, Ohio. His fourth wife, living
in St. Louis is pushing the prosecution
RECEIVED TO-DAY one ear load of
Middlings. L. X. FOSTER & CO , the
Feed Men, 101 Commerce street.
JUST TAKE A PEEP
Into Bonner1? restaurant when you pass.
It is certainly ?n thing of beauty since
he made Improvements. His tables are
ladeu with everything that one wants to
eat. Anything you order will be filled
with dispatch by his accommodating
corps of waiters. You should see is place.
Yost-Huff Co. L't'd. are offering spe?
cial inducements on Buggies, Carnages,
Harness,saddles, etc., during the conven?
tion week. Xo. 208 Jefferson street"
next to Terry building.
TO CURE A COLD IX OXE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure. ~?e.For sale by Johnson & John
sou.
Our prices are always special, and we
can at any time meet competitors both in
prices and grade of goods. We do
straight, legitimate business and give
good values. J. E. ROGERS & CO.
EST Subscribe for The Times.
ASSASSIN GOLLI FORGIVEN.
Dramatic Speech at Canovas' funeral
by His Widow.
Madrid, August 14?The funeral of
Benor Canovas was hel.1 to-day All tho
troops of tho garrison lined the route a
long which the cortege moved Moro than
a thousand wreaths were deposited in the
deatli chamber A salvo of artillery an?
nounced the starting of tho funeral pro?
cession, which moved slowy through an
enormous cro rid, tu which all heads were
bare, and many eves were weeping
A peculiarly poignant scene occurred
when the- Duke of Soto Mayor. Marshal
Martinez Campos. Marquis Puzo de la
Merrzed and the other pall bearers lifted
the coilin. Senora Canovas in a clear,
firm tone, said:
"I desiro that all should kuow that I
forgive the assassin. It is the greatest
sacrifice that I can make; hut I make it
for the sake of what I know of my hus?
band's ereat heart."
Seuor Sagasio, the opposition leader,
headed the cortege, which was formed of
militia, 'deputies, senators, generals, ad
m'rals and delegations representing all
the principal public bodies. The wreath
of the queen regent rested upon the colli n.
Prince Bismarck, in his telegrnm of
condolence to Senora Canovas, sayo: "I
have never bowed my head before any
one, but I bow it every time I hear tho
name of Canovas."
ONE KILLED, THREE WOUNDED
St Louis, Mo, August 14?The Mis?
souri, Kansas and Texas north bound
passenger train was derailed near Cadde
M?I3, betwen forty and fifty miles north
of Dallas, Texas, about midnigut last
night W H Rollins, baggageman, was
killed, and three'necro passengers slightly
woundeu No one else was injured. Tho
rails of the tracks were displaced, evi?
dently by design, but whether for t^ie
purpose of robbery or through spite is
not yet known.
A REMARKABLE CUBE OF
CHROMC DIARRHOEA.
In 1862, when I served my country as a
private in Company A, I6?th Pennsylva?
nia Volunteers, 1 contracted chronic
diarrhoea. It has given me a great deal
of trouble ever since. I have trie'* a
dozen different medicines and several
prominent doctors without any perma?
nent relief. Nor. loug ago n friend sent
me a sample bottle of Chamberlain's
Colic,Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and
after that I bought and took a 5(1- cent
bottle; and now I can say that I am en?
tirely cured. I cannot be thankful
enough to you for this great remedy, and
recommend it to alt suffering veterans.
If in doubt write me Yours gratefully,
HENRY STEINBERG ER, Allentown,
Pa. Sold by II. C. Barnes, "He puts up
prescriptions "
CUBA IS NEARLY FREE.
So are my shoes, as the price on them
Is so lrw that it makes them nearly free.
Shoes for big feet and shoes for little
feet?all kinds of shoes in my two stores
?Salem avenue and Jefferson street.
BApHRACH.
$ CUT THIS OUT !
and brine it to.my store on Jeffer?
son street and it will be accepted
as FIVE PER CENT, payment ou
any bill you may make.
I. 3 ACI I R?CH,
DO YOU LIVE
In a fire-proof building? If
not, you are always, run?
ning a risk. You may be
careful, but your neigh?
bor may not. Be protect?
ed. Insure with
RO. M. KENT. JR.
No; 107 Terry Building,
(GROUND r 1.0011)1
ROANOKE, VA._
Home School of High Grade For
Boys.
Gives a good foundation for a success?
ful business career. Prepares for leading
colleges, universities and scientific
schools
English, Scientific, Classical and Com?
mercial courses, with Music, Education
and Drawing.
SEASON OPENS
Wednesday, Sei?tem?sr Stil
For Catalogue Address
SIDNEY SPEIDEN HANDY,
Head Master, Roanoke, Ya.
Chocolate Bonbons,
FOR SALE 8Y
J. J. CATOGNI.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar?
rhoea Remedy always affords promp relief.
For sale by H. C. Harnes, "He puts up
prescriptions."
i
To Bs Emptied Into toe Laps of Bessie's Intelligent Bayers-50-ceot Pieces Become Rigger Than Dollars!
GRUND SALE OF LAOliS' WAISTS AT LESS
THAN HALF VALUE.
Be on hand at tins great sale Monday.
You can't afford to miss it. What we
claim is just what you will find to be true.
One lot (110) ladies1 fine waists, sizes 3'2 to
4-J?our entire stock (without reserve) that
have been selling at 75c, 89c, $1, $1.25,
$1.39 and $1.50, to be closed out immedi?
ately?your choice Cor 49 cents.
Forty-seven ladies' laundered Percale
Waists, sizes 32 t<? 4'_\ Olli" excellent 39c
line, now <>nly 25 cents.
DOMESTICS.
When you are investing in the many
greal values in this busy department, be
sure to see these:
Lancaster Mills, the best apron checked
Gingham in the laud, only 5 cents.
Beautiful "Arabesque" prints in the
new tali styles, finest quality made, worth
7c, here only 5 Cents.
Good cotton "Shaker" Flannel; only
4 cents.
Good cotton twdled Crash for towels,
bleached sind grav, only 3 1-2 cents.
One of the best brands of bleached
Muslin, now being sold by others for Sc.
here only 6 1 -2 Cents.
TOWELS! TOWELS!
Biggest values going in the way of
Towels. Better take advantage of this?
you'll have to pay more.
100 do/en Towels, warranted pure
linen?great big value?jO centseach,
50 dozen extra large Linen Towels
hemmed?l 7 cents each.
25 dozen Fine Damask Towels, pure
Dresden linen?worth 33c, 30c and 42c
each?choice for 29 cents.
Ba.i gains it Turkish Hath Towels,
bleached and unbleached, as good as you
can find In the town for 17c, here only
12|-2 cents.
REMNANTS. REMNANTS
Big lot Remnants, fine lawns, etc.. at
an average of less than half' price. Lengths
suitable for waists, wrappers and dresses.
LINEN SUITINGS.
36-inch Linen Crash Suitings for ladies'
skirts, the former 23csort, now 1 5 cents.
The Lace-Striped Linen Dress Goods
that were 15 cents, now 1 O CentS
The pretty Linen Dress Goods with
colored stripes that were 17 cents, now
12 1-2
UMBRELLAS.
Don't fail to peep into the Umbrella
window as you pass by?''There's some?
thing in it," as the man said when he put
on his hoot with a kitten in it?you are
sure to see this lot: v^
100 ladies' fine black silk Umbrellas
with small steel rod and pretty Congo
loops and English tie handles?the regular
$1.35 sort ?tor only $1 each.
Hen s wear.
Some people think a man can't lie a
gentleman unless he buys extravagantly
priced furnishings. Economy makes a man
all the more a gentleman. Our store is
headquarters for economical shopping.
One case gents' I'nlaundered WTnte
Shirts, plaited front, open back and front,
fine linen front and bands, filled seams,
patent stays, "non-tearing split neck
band"?the best 69c shirt extant?here
only 50 cents.
One case boys' fine Cnlaundered White
Shirts with set-in linen bosom,double back
and front?a "jam-up" 50c shirt?here 39
cents.
100 dozen men's real imported Half
Hose, warranted fine combed Maco, extra
long ribbed tops, fast black, tan and bal
briggan?they will equal the very best 10c
hose in town, only 1 2 1 -2.
LACE CURTAINS.
The Curtain Stock has just been re?
plenished. We are showing some very
strong values at. 50c, 75c,' $1, $1.25,
$1.29, $1.50, $1.75 and $?00.
ODD PAIRS.?We have quite a few
odd pairs which will go very low to close
out.
Best Curtain Boles, with brass trim?
mings, 1 '.it-.
Best Curtain poles, with wood trim?
mings, 25c.
STOP AT THE "BIG STORE "?THE PEOPLE'S POPULAR RESORT
OTHER BARG&IN5.
Black Dress Goods.
Table Linens and Napkins.
Ladies'and Children's Hosiery.
Ladies' Gauze Vests.
I Eandkerchiefs.
Ribbons, Ribbons.
Biggest Values ever put before
the people of Roanoke.

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