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Id the name of an excited community
vre call on our society editor to tell us
something about the "Calithump." Of
all the things and thumps that have
struck Roanoke the calithump is the
Abandoning babies in hallways or be?
neath bushes in the parks In New York
c'ty has oecome so common of late that
the police believe that there is aa organ?
ized party of child losers who are doing a
big trade there. Especially is this sc on
the East Side.
The Franco-Russian alliance entered
into the past week has turned the heads
of the French and made them giddy with
delight. The dream of France is to wrest
Alsace and Lorraine from the Teuton and
they think they see in the Russian alli?
ance a way to a consummation of their
The board of trade of this city is to
be congratulated on the success of its
efforts in behalf of Roanoke by going to
work in a quiet way and ol tabling a one
fare rate for round trip to this city from
various points along the lines of the Nor?
folk and Western railroad during the
first half of September. ,
A new explosive called Mirex has been
invented and successfully tried in Chi?
cago. Experts claim that this invention
wih revolutionize naval warfare. It is
said to be more destructive'than nitro?
glycerine or dynamite, and if such be the
case there is scarcely a doubt but that it
will soon be on the market and left lying
around loose where the .-mall boy will be
sure have an opportunity to haudleMt.. j
The repoi't of Expert Accountant Cal
lahan,which will doubtless be made pub?
lic at the next meeting of the City Coun?
cil seems 'o be the subject of much con?
jecture. There is a disposition on the part
of many who are aware of what the re?
port embraces to uiaintain a auspicious
silence and seciecy concerning the matter.
The report when made public will doubt?
less contain much valuable information
of more than unusual interest.
Geo. V. 1 rott, a young Chicago inven?
tor, has devised a system which will
shortly put into operation on the Penn?
sylvania railroad, which will plnce'every
moving train in direct communication
with the btal ion ahead. This is iv great
idea and will doubtless be used as a
means of preventing accidents in the way
of collisions. A tiain equipped with the
Trott system will at all times be on the
"loop" circuit,extending to the next sta?
tion ahead, and to send messages further
or receive them from other stations the
operator at the first station ahead would
only have to "cut in" by means of a jack
spring on one of the regular telegraph
The very fact that United States Judge
Golf has given to the Reil Telephone Com?
pany the right to operate its business in
the city of Richmond without renewing
its franchise and to erect poles and striim
wires and do other things necessary to sue
cesfully operate, has caused the City Coun?
cil and the Young .Men's Business As
social'.on to enter a vigorous protest. The
latter organization at a recent meeting
passed a resolution by unanimous vote
earnestly recommending that the citizens
of Richmond confine themselves to the
service of the only company operating
under a franchise from the city council.
There seems to he a general desire on the
part of the two organizations to secure
the expulsion of the Uell Telephone mo?
nopoly from the city It is much on the
same order its the fight experienced hero
for a cheaper 'phone service. The "eople
have won here over the Bell monopoly
a'ld will save 25 per cent. Oil phone ren?
tals. They will have a service equally if
not more satisfactory than the old, and
the Bell people have been forced to re?
duce their rates to meet competition.
Thelibrarinno! Congress, Juo Russell
Young, has determined that the public
library shall be strictly up to date in
every particular and tha* it shall be na
Much in Little
Is especially true Of llopd's Pills, for no medi?
cine ever contained so great curative power In
so small space. They are a whole inedlclno
chest, always ready, al?
ways efficient, always sat?
isfactory; prevent a cold
or fever, ear? all liver ills,
sick headache, Jaundice, constipation, etc. a%e.
The only Pills to take with Hood s Sariaparllia.
tlou.il, not ouly In its general character,
but in thf matter ot appointments which
ho will make. The persons holding posi?
tions there will, so far as practicable, bo
representatives irom nil sections of the
country, athough ho has prescribed gen?
eral fitness as the chief requisite for ap?
pointment. "Fitness for service" is Mr.
Young's motto in regard to his selecting
his men. The most important position
in the whole library will be that of su?
perintendent of the catalogue depart?
ment. It is thought that a Western
mau will he selected. The superlnten^
ency of the law library will probably go
to a Southern man. It seems to be the
librarian's intention to recognizo the Pa?
cific Northwest also in his appointments,
and his great desire is to see that no part
of the country is neglected. Mr. Young
believes in placing a man of methodical
business and executive ability at the head
of each department, rather than one who
is theorrtically well verse' in the subject
to which each department is devoted.
The short crop of wheat in Europe and
the Klondike gold discoveries are long
steps towards getting this country on its
feet. The American people are great
boomers; they are naturally optimistic
and given, half a chance, will in a short
time emerge from a state of depression
and lethargy into an eta of restless ac?
tivity covering all ) fields of speculation
and venture. If the Klondike lamp holds
out to burn and the wheat market, holds
its advance the coming year may witness
a wild saturnalia of speculation aud
wealth gathering undreamed of by the
world. The stale, profitless lethargy of the
past few years has whetted the appetites
of all classes, from the millionaire to the
ditch digger, aud all are now eager to fnu
the flame of the lamp of hope, aud when
once its brightness da/.zles their eyes we
may witness an unlocking of pent-up
energy and money that will flood this
country with a wave of activity and pros
perity without a parallel in the history
of time A nation of seventy millions of
people without an equal In intelligence
and without a superior in enterprise,
whose energies have practically remained
dormant for five years,'s already arousing
from its slumbers. The immediate future
is full of hope. The coming year may
olfer to every man the opportuuity to lay
the foundation for a competency; to cool
headed and sagacious men it may olfer
opportunities for Requiring fortunes far
beyond their present anticipations. Every
man who desires to better his conditions
in life should begin at once to put his
affairs in such shape as will enable him
to take the tide^of fortune at its flood.
Li ABOUT FUSION.
To The rimes: As the Democratic pa?
pers are having so much to say about the
People's party fusing with other parties
please let me call their attention to the
fact that the Populists have asked no
party to fuse. We know too well the
Democratic idea of fusion was as honest
ami fHir as the white man's idea of divis?
ion of game with the Indian. We met in
convention July 28, placed Capt. E, It.
Cooke on a platform to which no reformer
can object and invited co-operation ot all
parties who endorsed the same. We stated
in our platform that we could not co?
operate with any party that did not en?
dorse the chief plank in our platform,
which declares fur a non-partisan election
law. We agreed to make this the issue,
knowing full well that until Virginia is
relieved from the present law, in the
hands of machine politicians, no reforms
Opposed by the Democrats could succeed.
The Democrats rejected our olfer, not
thatjthey objected to Capt. I'ocke, as their
vote showed, but because they did and do
object to this one plank in our platform.
Therefore we now ask the co-operation
I of all fair-minded men, be they Demo
( rats,jitcpuhlicans or Prohibitionists, and
! hope to see a full ticket in the field com?
posed of reformers, be they Populists,
silver Demoera's, silver Republicans or
silver Prohibitionists; but we will sup?
port no mau for the legislature who will
not pledge himself not to be bound by
party caucus on the question of an elec?
tion law. POPULIST.
TO FUSE OR NOT TO FUSE.
The Democratic party seems to think
a great deal of the policy fusion when
the other party does the fusing, but to
see little good in fusion when the Demo?
cratic party must give as well as take to
bring fusion about. It is a fine thi?g to
accomplish fusion with the Populist
party when such fusion amounts to a
flat endorsement of the Democratic can?
didates, by the Populists, but fusion is a
bad thing, ami not tobe thought of, when
a prerequisite to the accomplishment of
such fusion is the endorsement^ by the
Democrat-of a Populist candidate. In
short, when t he Populists do all the en?
dorsing,fusion is a great thing, but. when
the Democrats must do some o!" the en
tloisement,fusion is not to be thought of.
The Democrats have made this apparent
in Ohio and Virginia. In Ohio they ig?
nored the Populists in putting their
ticket in the field and then requested the
Populists to fuse by swallowing the Dem?
ocratic ticket as ii whole. They did not
do so. In Virginia the Populists were
the first in the field, nominating a candi?
date for lieutenant-governor ami leaving
the other places on the ticket to be named
by the Democrats. Hut the Democrats
refused to endorse the Populist candi?
date, refused to put Mie Populist nominee
on 'heir ticket, and nominated a full
ticket ol their own. Thus the Demo?
crats of Virginia rejected fusion because
they bail to give something for it. "En?
dorse <ur candidate for lieutenant-gov?
ernor," said the Populists to the Demo?
crats, "and we will eudorse the candi?
dates of your selection for governor and
all other places." Rut the Democrats
evinced no '?ste for that kind of fusion.
They seem to have taken as their
motto, let the other fellow do all the fus?
ing or let there be none. Apparently the
BUCcesa of the Democratic party is dearer
than the success of principle.?Philadel?
If you wish to buy up-to-date goods at
the lowest spot cash price give us a call.
THE ]?,. H. STEWART FURNITURE
Our prices are always special, and we
can at any time m>! t competitors both in
prices and grade ' of goods. We do
straight, legitimate business and give
good values. J. E. ROGERS Si CO.
Bafoty Oauso Menu of Cooling- DrlnV?
Two Now Cotfocpots ? For Pic?
nics Poach Ice Cream.
For the days vrheu beaded perspira?
tion wrings itsolf from off the brow of
weary wayfarer* nioug the path of
everyday lifo Good Housekeeping offers
the following in tho mutter of "cooling
Drinks undo from tho juices of fruit,
carefully cooled, uro not only the safest
to indulge in, but peculiarly grateful
and refreshing, and nothing will
quench thirst so effectually as a lightly
sweetened leuonado or a light infusion
of grapo or orange juico tinctures well
mixed and cooled with ico water.
Cold ton, sweetened or not, according
to taBto, with a slico or dash of lemon,
is not only palatable, but safe to iu
dulgo in, ovcu when tbo person is heat?
ed to a freo flow of perspiration.
There uro also chocolate frappe, iced
cocoa, cream whips and nectars, Btraw
borry punches and num bor less other
fancy nilxturos to bo had for the ask?
ing?aud paying for?that bring com?
fort and cheer without any stimulating
elements, when tho "boated term"
makes lifo a burden of snares aud pit?
falls of overiudulgenco in quenching
tho summer day thirst.
Tbo safety gauge menu of wet goods
includes tea and coffee, carefully iced;
chocolato and cocoa, frappe; cream
nectar, mado from tartaric acid, tho
whites of eggs with a little sugar, woll
beateu together; grapo juico ncctnr, a
blending of pressed grape juico with
sugar and water ami a dash of lemon;
a lemon, oraugu nud strawberry mix?
ture, "well shaken before taken," with
n light addition of freshly brewed tea;
fruit pouches on a strictly temperance
basis; clurot with flavor of pineapple,
grape, lemon, orange, cherry, peach,
quinco or plum extract, and lust, but not
by any uieaus least, an honestly mado,
plain, old fashioned leinouudo.
Two New Coffeepots.
There are two new coffeepots on tho
market, ouo from Germany and ono
from France. The New York Sun de?
scribes both. The German pot is of cop
per, un egg shaped affair, swinging in
an oval frame, with an alcohol lamp
beneath. This lamp has no wick and
holds just enough alcohol to make the
water in the pot boil tho requisite
length of time. Tho coffee grounds uro
put into a perforated tiu box, situated in
the cup shaped lid of the pot, with a
long tube attached. The pot is filled
three-quarters full of cold water, and
tho tube and box are put in plucu. Then
tho coffeo maker sets tiro to tho alcohol
and waits until it burns out. Then tho
coffee is drawn off by moans of a faucet
ut tho bottom of tho pot. As tho water
boils it forces itself into tho box by way
of tho tubo und runs through tho ground
coffeo and out of tho perfortitious into
tho bottom of tho pot, having been
changed from clear water to coffee of a
rich brown color and a delicious flavor.
Those jtots made nftor tbo French
model are especially desirable for mak?
ing black coffee. They aro iuoro orna?
mental than the German model nnd can
be had in copper, brass or nickel plated.
From an economical standpoint tho
nickel plated aro tho most desirable,
since they are less easily tarnished and
are cleaner looking. Tho method of
coffeo making is very much the same as
in tlio German pot, the only diffor? uro
being that the water is forced through
tho grounds twice instead of once and
less of the steam is allowed to escape.
The result is strong coffee, very black,
and it is claimed the natural taste of
the bean is more perfectly retained than
by any other pot. This result, according
to tlio di tilers, is readied because so lit -
tie .steal:; escapes, and win-never a pot
is invented whore all tho steam can Le
held tho result will give a perfect colToo
in Qavor as woll ns<color.
Sandwiches are the most appropriate
form of food for picnics, especially tho
dainty, appetizing sandwiches made of
hi memndewhite or wholewheat bread,
filled with a mixture of chopped meat,
daintily seasoned, in Tho Ladies' Home
Journal it is told that many of tho
sandwiches in these modern days are
perfumed rather than seasoned. Clover
or nnstnrtinih sandwiches are made by
packing the butter and bread in .sweet
clover or nasturtium blossoms in a tight
box over night. Next morning with a
sharp knife cut tho end crust of tho
loaf, then spread tho end of tho loaf
with butter that has been just a little
warmed, that it may spread evenly.
Then cut a slice, not morn than one
eighth of an inch thick, and continue to
butter and cut until yon have the de
smd quantity. Two slices aro then
placed together, tho crusts trimmed off,
ami the slices cut into squares or tri?
angles, or into long, finger shaped
pieces. They mo then plncod in a paste?
board box that has been lined with wax
paper. Ham, tongno or chicken sand?
wiches are made in tho same way.
Fruit sandwiches uro usually made
from sponge cake or thin bread, Kays
tho authority quoted.
Peach Ico Cream.
For peach ico cream, a delicious dish,
tiso only sound und perfectly ripe fruit.
To a quart of cream add half the amount
of fruit, peeled and sliced. Hub the fruit
through a large mesh sieve nnd add 1 >.j
cups of sugar and let the mixtum stand
for an honr before adding tlio cream nnd
freezing. A little wino added to poach
ico cream is thought by many to bo an
improvement. Bananas may be used in
the saine manner.
Stir toRCther over n slow fire until as
thick as cream a pint of milk, a teacup
ful of snpir, one-fourth pound of
blanched almonds pounded line, two
Spoonfuls of rose water nnd the yolks of
lour eggs. Pbur the custard fnto a dish.
Beat tho whites of tho eggs with sugar
and lay Oil tho top.
Strawberry Ice ('ream made of fresh
strawberries at J. J. Catognl's.
WHAT STRIKES A MAN . . .
Is the style, quality, price
and wearing qualities 01 our
The newest Fall beginning
is Green Bals.
Remarkable how nice a shoe
$3.00 will now buy.
Few Summer bargains left
Roanoke Shoe Co.,
Spot Cash Money Savers.
JONES MAY RUN.
The First District Congressman. Utgeil to
A Richmond special to the Norfolk
A letter received here from Fredericks
burg states that great pressure is being
brought to bear on Congressman Jones in
the hope of inducing him to enter the
Senatorial race against Mr. Martin. It
is said that there are a number of gentle?
men in the First district anxious to suc?
ceed Mr. Jones in the House and their
friends are working up the Senatorial
boom for him. The Fretlericksburg
writer goes on to say it is believed Mr.
Jones will yield to the wishes of his
friends and admirers and soon authorize
the announcement to be made that he
will run for the Senate.
A gentleman from Wytheville, who is
in town to day, states that the Republi?
can- will make a desperate ^-effort to cap?
ture that'Senntc rial district this fall.
They are '.going to nominate Mr. W. S.
Poage,a gentleman of considerable ability
and a line stump speaker. Poiigue has
expressed his purpose to go into every
precinct in Pulaski. Wythe, niand. ami
Giles aud seek votes. Hon. Joel C Green
is the present Senator, but he will not be
a candidate again.
It is quite evident that some of Senator
Daniel's friends are no little annoyed on
account of the adverse criticism upon the
Sen;.tor's course at Roanoke. 'It is the
first time in many years that any consid?
erable number of Democratic papers have
seen fit to declare that "the Senator was
going wrong. Some of the Senator's best
friends are said to reuret that he took
what appears to be the unpopular side of
the Senatorial primary question.
SOMETHING TO KNOW.
It. may be worth something to know
that the very best medicine for restoring
the tired-out nervous system to a healthy
vigor is Electric Hitters. This medicine
is purely vegetable, nets by giving tone
to the nerve centres in the stomach,
gently stimulates the liver and Kidneys
and aids these orcans in" throwing oil'
impurities in the blood. Electric bitters
improves the appetite, aids digestion and
Is pronounced by those who have tried it
as the veiy best blood purifier and nerve
tonic. Try it. Sold lor 50c or :?l per
bottle at Massie's Pharmacy,lOfi Jefferson
Scaled bids, marked "Proposals to Con?
struct Bridge Superstructure at Rich?
mond Ford.' aud addressed to W. K.
Thomas, clerk of Counci1 of the city of
Roanoke,Va., will be received until noon,
September 27, 1897, for the construction
and erection of a highway bridge cf one
span over Tinker creek and Richmond
Ford on the line between Roanoke city
and Roanoke county: said bridge to be
of steel, except the llnor, which is to be
of wood, and to be of the following di?
mensions: Length of span, center to cen?
ter, lid feet; width of roadway in the
clear, 10 feet. Plans at.d specifications
enn be seen at the oflicc of the city engi?
neer of the city of Roanoke, on and after
September 7, 1807. Each bid must be
accompanied with a certified check of five
bundled (S?00) dollars. The right to re?
ject any and all bids is reserved.
Also bids for the construction of the
masonry abutments unoii the conditions
as above prescribed, except that a bid?
ders' bond of $100 will be required in
[dace of certified cheek.
W. P. MOOMAW,
JAS. W. JOHNSTON,
W. W. RALTjARD,
Commissioners for Roanoke County.
VV. R. COULBOURN,
Chairman Street Comtnitttee, for Roan
Sealed bids marked "Proposals for lay?
ing drain pipe on Franklin road" ami
uddressed to W. E. Thomas, clerk of
Council of the city of Roanoke, will be
received until noon, September 20, 1S07,
for laylnsE 1,C50 linear feetof 24" and 200
linear feet of 16" terra cotta pipe on
Franklin road west of Second street s. w.
Specifications can be obtained at the
office of the city engineer.
The right ta reject any and nil bids is
reserved. .1. H. W INC ATE,
Sealed bids marked "Proposals for fur?
nishing sewer pipe" and addressed to W.
E. Thomas, clerk of the City Council of
the city of Roanoke, will bo received
until noou, September 20, 18!)7, for fur?
nishing and delivering f. o. b. cars at
Roanoke 1.(10(1 linear feet of 24 inch drain
pipe,ami 'Jim linear feet of IS inch stand
ard terra cotta sewer P'1,L>
The tight to reject anv and all bids is
reserved. .1. H. WING ATE,
?3T Subscribe for The Times.
Call ?ifl See le For
HARD WOOD MANTELS,
TILES, GRATES and
J. H. MARSTELLER
No. 21 Ii. Campbell Ave.
5-room house Eighth avenue s w, ?MIIt)
?$100 rash, balance $10 per mouth,
Large new residence West End, one
quarter acre yard, $3,000?$110 cash. $30
per month A lovely home.
G-room house n e, good repair. $800?
$s cash, ss per mouth.
liest vacant lot Southeast Hoanoke
just east of J. 11. Mnrsteller's resilience,
Seventh avenue, *350.
3 valual le Hoanoke residences to ex?
change for farm.
8-rooni residence Campbell avenue,
central, $2,100?.$100 cash, $20 per month.
:t desirable building lots, I'.elniont, $100
each?$5 per mouth.
Two lots on Lewis Addition, 50 by 130
feet, $150 each. Payments to suit pur?
Hecause ho don't have to pay rent to
hold. You could hold one, too, and
ought to. Kent money is money thrown
away. No man or woman is satisfied
living in a rented house. Every person
expects to own a home some day. Then
is it not time you had made a start?
The following are samples of what we
are sacrificing in the real estate Hue :
10 room residence best part Franklin
Road, two large lots, line shade, large
barn and stables, once sold for $10,000.
Our figures are too small to mention In
public. Call and let us talk it over.
s room biick house Campbell avenue,
$1,800?$100 cash, $20 per month.
G-room frame house Campbell avenue,
$1,000?$200 easb, baluacs in six, twelve,
eighteen and twenty-four months.
S-room house Sixth avenue s w, lots of
fruit, shade and lariie lot, $1,5110?$150
cash and small monthly payments.
Two lots on Eleventh street car line n
w., 50x130 feet, ?150 each.
Two lots on Dale avenue s. e., -10x130
feet, $100, $5 cash $5 pel month.
A bargain in a lot on Tazewell avenue.
Reuse on Centre avenue n. w., well lo?
cated, I) rooms, big lot, good stable, only
One of the cosiest cottages in the city
can be found in East R?anoke, which we
are offering at $600. Very easy terms.
A large variety of choice fruit,good stable
on lot, just what von want.
Big bargain, lot 50x130, Eighth avenue
s w, $100.~
Several lots West End, well located, at
Now it is well to remembei that money
for rent Is money thrown away, as rent
will not stav paid. Call to see us now.
ELLIS BROS., 101 Jefferson Street.
NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK BUILDING
Millions of Frojja Kaln Down.
One of tho most curious pheuomona
of nature is the precipitation of frogs,
fish, crabs, angleworms, etc., with
rai;i fiom tbo clouds. Tho .story is told
in the annals of tbo French academy
and may bo found in the August num?
ber, 1804. The narrative is by ono Pro?
fessor Pontes. In it ho gives an account
of an instance of millions of frogs which
fell in a shower near Toulouse Ho
states that ho himself saw numerous
young frogs on the coats of two goirtle
incn who wero out in the shower. Pro
fessor Pent us says that he "forthwith
repaired to tho spot where the storm
had burst und found the roads and
fields literally alive with young frogs
and tadpoles." "In some places," says
the professor, "they were three or four
deep all over the ground, and the boot's
t:f the horses ami tho carriage wheels
killed thousands of them."
Economy and .Momls.
Wife?John, don't you think .yon bet?
ter give up trying to shave yourself and
go back to the barber?
Husband?Why, of course not. See
how much I save every month.
Wife?Yes, II know that, but then
Willie is always around when you
shave, nnd ho is learning so many bad
words.?Ohio State Journal.
The greatest of all luxuries in central
Africa is suit. To say that a man cuts
salt with his victuals is tho .sumo us
Sayiug that he is a rich man. Mungo
Park says, "The long continued use of
vegetable food creates so painful a long?
ing for s'alt that no words can sufficient?
ly describe it"
"Is there anything nice in belts this
season?" inquired the customer.
"Yes, sir," replied tho pretty sales?
girl, incidentally blushing. "What
size, please?"?Chi?ago Tribune
Ami Then Not Looully.
Bobby (admiring the iudill ink tat?
tooing on Dickey's arm)?Did it hurt
Dicky?Not till my mother saw i* ?
For Infants and Children.
Tho fio- /J ls
I keep on hand a complete line of dry
goods am1 notion samples for Guggen
boinier & Co., and invite, all merchants
to call, rooms No 1 aud 2, over the old
postollice on Jefferson street.
W. II. BAUBLING.
WE AHH THE PEOPLE.
At least, we are the people's friend, for
we enable them to buy GOOD shoes
CHEM*. Come to either store?Falem
avenue or Jefferson street?and get a
square deal and a good pair of shoes.
Tetter, Salt-Rheum niul Eczema.
The intense itching and smarting, inci?
dent to these diseases, is instantly allayed
by applying Chamberlain's Eye and
Skin Ointment. Many very bad eases
have been permanently cured by it. It
is equally efficient for itching piles and
0 favorite remedy for son' nipples,
chapped bands, chilblains, frost bites
and chronic sore eyes. 25 cts. per box.
Dr. Cady's Condition Powders, are
just what a horse needs when in had
condition. Tonic, blood purifier and
vermifuge. They nre not food but
medicine and the best in use to put a
horse in prime condition. Price 2">
cents per package.
r^a?>~ FOR PIL?S~<3s:
PRICE 50' fcr B?x
For Sale by All Druggists.
IS JUST ASCOOD FOR ADULTS.
GAr.A'rrA. Itxs., Nov. 1C, 1893.
Paris Medicine Ca, St. IamiIs, Mo.
Gcntlomon:?Wo sold last yoor. ?X) tK>ttlcB of
DROVE'S TA8TBI.KSS CI1II.I. TONIC nml hnvft
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Salem Ayenae nn?l JfofTerton Street,
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