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A cordial invitation is ex
tended to the ladies of Roan
oke and vicinity to attend our
of Parisian Hals and'Bonnets
OCTOBER 13, 14, and 15.
'?Our facilities for this display
<vf .Millinery this season excels
that; of all others, owing to the
fact that we have enlarged our
store, and therefore have room
to .make a better exhibit of our
Von will fin<il our large and
commodious store filled with
all the latest styles and niest
magnificent lines -of
Foreigii iuad Domestic
Plaid and Fancy Silks,
Ladies', Missed and Children's
Jackets and Capes.
26 Salem Ave
25 Campbell Ave.
Royal makes the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
RQVM. QtOUMO POWDSB CO., NEWVO0?.
SOME LOCAL NEWS
TUE ROANOKE CITY MANTLE
WORKS make u specialty at this season
of the year of repairing old grates, or
building now ones. They have experi?
enced men who thoroughly ?nderstand
that class of work. Call and see them,
J. H. MARSTELLER,
Proprietor, No. 21 E. Campbell avenue.
^ We are still serving Ice
Cieam Soda and the Fro/eu
BUY SAWED WOOL) in blocks for
your new stoves from W. H. Daniel & Co..
?dealers in clean coal and the best grades
hay, grain and mill feed. Store and yard
under Henry street bridge. New 'phone,
WOOD! WQOD11 WOOD*!;
For PINE or OAK wood?by the CORD
or by the LOAD?prepared for COOKING
STOVE3 or in BLOCKS FOR HEAT?
ING STOVES, go to W. K. ANDREWS
& CO., 219 S alem nvenne. Their belled
teams are always ready to deliver it.
FOR TEN DAYS
We are offering special ratrs on rail?
road tickets to all principal points. S. B.
RACE & CO., Ticket Brokers, 10 Jeffer?
son st rod.
MUS. W. A. MOORE, one of Lynch
burg's most fashionable, dressmakers, has
moved to this city an?' is ready to accom?
modate the public at her home, No. 5128
Eighth avenue s. e.
WANTED.?Vonng man with wife and
two children would like three furnishf-d
rooms in southeast or southwest. Ad?
dress at once "K," Times.
Prof. Gentry, the trainer of the dogs
and tionies which are to exhibit under a
large tent on Jefferson street near the en-,
uine house. Monday and Tuesday n'ghts,
October 18 and 19, matinee Tuesday <tt
2 p. in., must be a very model of kind?
ness. He has succeeded in educating his
now fnniOUS company of dogs, pouies and
monkeys by that met hud only, and has
elmbed the topmost "round of the ladder
as a trainer. The dogs and ponies readily
go through their different and difficult
acts with dash and *vim that shows the
spectators the kindness of their in?
structor, uiving a unique and pleasing
entertainment that is pleas!im and at?
tractive to all classes. Matinee espcial
lv for ladies und children on Tuesday
at 2 p. m. Admission, adults, 20 cents;
children, 10 cents.
TWO INFANTS DEAD.
Pluma, the little daughter of James
and Nannie Wick ham, died yesterday at
their homo at Lithia, Botetourt county.
The interment will he at Back Creek
Church in Botetourt county to-morrow.
Edgar, the infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
J. V. Hubbard, died yesterday morning
at an enriy hour at the family residence,
720 Second avenue n. w. The funeral ser?
vice will take place to-day at 3 p. m.,
Rev. T. J. Shipman officiating. Inter?
ment in Fairvlew Cemetery.
V.inLear's Cold Capsules cure a cold in
LOST HIS POCKET BOOK.
W. R. Fuller, of Coeburn, Wise coun
?ty. Is in the city en route home from the
fair at Lynchburg. He had the misfor?
tune while in the Hill City to lose his
pocket book with $10 or $15 in cash and
three certificates of deposit of Lynchbnrir
Nations.' Bank amounting to $2,500. Mr.
Fuller wireil the bank to refuse payment
of the certificates of deposit if presented.
The Park Street Band returned home
yesterday from Clittou Forge, where they
went to attend a Confederate reunion in
that pinre. While laving orer In Buch?
anan they delighte ' the people of that
towo by rendering several piece* in their
very cJlicient manner The buys had a
delightful time and all hands joined in
voting the trip a ?uccens in every way.
YanLear Bros, will sell you Lowuey's
Bon Bons and Chocolate in staled pnek
nyes; ouly 00 cents pcund. There is none
PLENTY FEED NOW.
I have feed for all the cows and horses
in Roanoke now. Let. them come and
get It. One car Western timothy and two
cars Valley timothy; one car ot middling
are being unloaded. See
J. A. HOOVER. The Feed Man.
214 Salem avenue s. w.
Little Duke ?
Full Havana Filler.
3c?6 for 25c,
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. K. ROGERS & CO.
NO CURE NO PAY.
Skillman's N. F. ICorn.*.Wart and
Bunion Cure tor sale by all druggists.
Price 15 cent*.
There were only a few important coses
in the hustings court yesterday. On
Wednesday there was a judgment award?
ed against the;Trader's B.?nk for $7,642.60
and interest from August 6. 1896, until
date of payment, and also'$3.90 costs.
MRS. MARTIN'S FUNERAL.
The funeral of the late Mrs. Mary A.
Martin, wife of T.* J. Martin, will take
place this morning at 'M o'clock at St.
Andrew's Catholic Church, at which time
Requiem MHSswlll'ba celebrated, after
which the remains wiil.be interred In St.
AndrewVCemotery. The services wll' be
conduoted by Rev. Father Lynch.
NEW WATER COMPANY.'
It was learned yesterday by a repre?
sentative'of The Times that the Woaooke
and Vinton Water Company were quietly
at work arranging foi the detail work
preliminary to the establishment of a
plant for the purpose of watering Roan
oke and Vinton. Beside the very large
spring at Vinton it Is also understood
that a deal is op hand by which they will
probably secure the Moomaw spring just
on the outskirts of the city. This will
givo them a considerable supply and at
the same time mnko things a little un?
comfortable for a certain Roanoke mo?
nopoly which has heretofore had the exclu?
sive business of supplying the city's
FAD PEPSIN. GUM. two large packs
for 5 cents at Massie's Pharmacy.
THE BELMONT REVIVAL.
The revival which has been in progress
for the past two weeks in Belmont M. E
Church, South, closed ;last night. The
pastor, Rev. W. D. Keene. has been ably
assisted by Rev. G. T. D. Co'lins, of Vin?
ton, and the meetings have been a great
blessing to the community. A large
numl erof conversions have resulted from
the meeting, nearly all of whom will con?
nect themselves with the Belmont
Church. There will be a special service
for the children of the church this morn?
ing at 10 o'clock anil short addresses will
be delivered by Rev C. D. Rulla and the
pastor, Rev. W. D. Keene.
CENTRAL LABOR COUNCIL.
Owing to the night work now beiniz
done by many of the delegates it has
been decided to hold the next meeting of
the Central Trades and Labor Council on
to-morrow a'teruo-m at 3 o,clock,in order
that all may have an opportunity of par?
ticipating in the consideration of several
important and very urgent matters. Do
not fail to atteud. The meeting will be
held at the usual place Dii Campbell ave?
LEFT FOR CULPEPER.
Miss Plena Allison, of Fifth street s.
w., left Inst, night for Culpeper Court
House to bo absent about a year teaching
music. She is a'graduate of music from
the Virgiaia College ,'for Young Ladles,
"er many friends will regret very much
l.er depart ure.
Huyter's Bein Bons and mixed choco
latps always fresh at factory prices. Mas?
sie's Pharmacy sole sgentd.
CAN'T FOOL THE CALF.
The superiority of the goods on exhibi?
tion at the store of the Bowdre Shoe
Company is ho apparent that they say in
their ad. on the first page of The Times
this morning that even a calf would
know the leather used i n the Bowdre shoes
came from the proper source. No doubt
about the shoes being right; so is the
price. Their store is one of the best ap?
pointed in Virginia.
There were only two lines inipo?ed in
the police court yesterday morning,
amouutiug to $7,of which amount $5 was
collected. The case of Ellen Eggleston
for forcing an entrance into Penn's Hall
was continued until this mornin^ on nc
connt of the absence of a very material
witness. A young white girl by the name
of Mary Hall was sent, on to the grand
jury for stealing a gold watch from Mrs.
Brownina. The watch was stolen the
latter part of May or the first of< June
and v?as only recovered a few days ago,as
the girl had so'd it to a Syrian for $1.35.
It was valued at $70.
DEATH OF JUDGE STRONG.
On Sunday morning, October 10th, In
the city of Raleiuh, N. C. Tudge George
Vaughn Strong passed away, in the 71st
year of his age. He was one rf the
ablest lawyers in the State, and will be
greatly missed in the legal profession.
He leaves a large family to mourn his
loss, among them Mrs. Weston R. Gales
of this city.
WILL BE A BATTLE ROYAL.
Twelve sturdy young men of nthletic
turn of mind, headed by Capt.Dave Bow
man and calling themselves the Y. M. C.
A. football team will go ta Salem this af?
ternoon to play a team picked from the
Sa'em Hieb School nnii Roanoke Cnhege.
The game, no doubt, will be a good one,
notwithstanding the lack of pract'.ce that
the Y. M. C. A. team has had, as there is
a good deal of rivalry between tho two
INSPECTING THE ROAD.
President Fink, F. J. Kimlmll. Jos. I.
Doran and others returned yesterday af
ternoon from n trip over the western part
of tho road. . They stopped at Hotel Roa?
noke and will leave this morning *or
Norfolk on a special train.
I'r. R. Ferguson, of Richmond, has
arrived in tne eitv and accepted the posi?
tion of resident physician at Dr. ('has.
G. Cannaday's private'hospital, Rebekah
Sanitarium. Dr. Ferguson has pre?
viously held the position of resident, phy?
sician at the Virginia Hospital and the
Retreat for the Sick at Richmond.
THEIR OLD HOME SOLD.
The residence and lot on 'Moote street
:n Bristol which was owned by R. Paul,
who recently removed with his family to
Koanoke. was sold on Thursday to Mrs.
Caroline \V. Owen for $2,000.
Beautiful baskets, new and cheap.
JACK sells Monogram Cigar?. Excel
j THE Fidelity and Deposit Company of
Maryland is the largest Southern bond
company. Assets, $2.801,299.12. Bonds
can be uiven in ten minutes. Rates very
low. The largest fire companies In the
world represented. CHARLES LUNS
FORD & SONS, Agents, office corner
Campbell and Jefferson.
DON'T PUT IT OFF.
tYou may not need one now,
but you should supoly your
?self with one of O?R HOT
WATER BOTTLES and be
prepared. We have them all
sizes?one, two, threo and
four quarts?at reasonable
prices. Massie's Pharmacy.
A ROYAL TREAT.
An extraordiuary musical event and
one that is bound to draw t ho atteution ot
all who claim any sort of culture is the ?
ppearunc* her of Mme. Sofia Sclnchl who
comes 10 the Academy of Music on Wed?
nesday, the 20th instant. Mme. SoflaScab*
chi is the world-renowned contralto who
has *ung before more nobility and cul?
tured people o' the world than any artist
of her time. She was at one time associ?
ated so closely with the triumphs of
Pattl that she became too much of a rival
and had to be relegated to some other
part of tfce globe when the capricious
little soprano became jealous of the grand
contralto. Scalehi has been the princi?
pal contralto of all the best opera houses
In the world and It is only because there
is no really grand opera in New York this
wluter that we are vouchsafed this|treac
With the famous contralto Is associated
the magnificent prima donna soprano,
Mile. Toulinguet.who created a sensation
last year by her superb voice and her
singing. The Sealchi ente? tainment con?
sists of giving graud opera with adequato
artists and in tull costume with scenery,
pHrapUeruada, etc. An act of either
"Faust," "Trovatore" or Martha" will
be given. The management will give
whatever operas the public desires to
hear ami a word Fent to the locaj mana?
ger will help matters considerably, for
whatever opera gets the largest number
cf "requests" will be presented. Any of
the operas will bo given with Mme.
Scalchl; Mile. Toulinguet; Mile, du
Bednt; Sig. Guarinl and Sig. Alberti in
ROGER & G A LEFT'S Extracts, Toilet
Waters and Face Powders at Massie's
NO ONE HAS BETTER.
Lots of them have not as good. We
refer to the beautiful stock of goods car?
ried by?Overstreet <fc Thurman, "at their
commodious sa esrooms, 10 and 2d Camp?
bell avenue 8. w. A reference to their
ad. on the fifth page of The Times this
moruing*will disclose what they claim,
and a visit to their double store will sub?
stantiate these claims. No one in Roan
oke carries a handsomer line of carpets
than this tirm. Some of them are truly
poems of harmony in coloring.
THEY HOPE FOR VICTORY.
The Alleghany Institute football team
left last night for Lexington, where they
will line up against the teani from Wash
iugtnn and Lee University to rjay. Alle?
ghany is somewhat strengthened from
what they were cn Inst Saturday, though
they will miss Cnptain Monde, who ;s laid
up with a badly spr>.ineci foot from the
gu aio against Rellevue. They are alsc
weakened by the lo:s of Harmon, ?heir
left end, who left, some dajs airo ostensi?
bly to go home and get some, of his things
and nas never returned. The rest of the
team are all in good condition and spirits
and expect to put up the game of their
lives and they all say that they will make
the "''Varsity" boysworkto wiu^butthat
they are rery hopeful of l>eing able to
carry off the palm'of victory themselves,
lhe Alleghany team will line up as fol?
lows: Withers, rieht eud; Bentley, right
tackle; Hoston, right guard; Turner,
centre; Stradei ,'left guard; Cunningham,
left tackle; Peck, left end; A. K. Handy,
quarter back: S. S. Handy,left half back;
Ingles, right half back; Coe. substitute.
Frank Teller's "Chicos" is the most
popular. Why!1 Because it is the best 5
cent cigar ou the market. (1 for 26 cents.
Only at VanLear Bros., druggists.
FOR A RECEIVER. ~
The 'argument '.tor a receiver for tho
Traders' Trust Company ^will beuiu to?
day in Judge Dupuy's cmrt.
HER BROTHER DEAD.
Mrs. J. T. Jones, who resides at 401
Church street, received a telegram yester?
day announcing the death of her brother,
William Foindexter, which occurred in
Lynchburg yesterday afternoon. .Mrs.
Jones reft last niubt on the 10:50 train to
attend the funeral.
JAIL BREAKER CAUGHT.
Will Bondurant, tho professional jail
breaker who made his escnpe from the
I-toauoke jail several weeks ago, has been
captured atCeredo, W. Vn., near lvenovu,
by Sergeant Marcum, of tho latter place.
City Sergeant T h. Tillctt has already
made application for the necessary requi?
sition papers to bring him back to Rdu
ST. M. C. A. NOTES.
An interesting service will be hold at
the Y. M. C. A. hall to morrow af ternoou
it 4 o'clock. Prof. P. V. N. Painter, ot
Roanoke College, Salem, will male the
address; subject, "A Model Life." Mr,
Lanier Gray will render a vocal solo with
piano accompaniment by Prof. Rasmus
sen, and chorus singing and responsive
readings will be features of the meeting.
All men are cordially invited to attend.
Go to Eakman & Flifpo,
?M for your COAL and WOOD.
WJ Clean coal, honest weight,
VI and prompt delivery.
J\ 108 Salem avenue s.w.
PLEASANT ROOMS with good board.
32 bixtn avenue s. W.
The coal yard known as Vaughan Coal
Company has been changed and is now
known as a Union Coal Company, and
we respectfully solicit tlie patronage of
nil union men of this city, as we arc both
union men. By E. L. Vaughan and .Bud
Adams. 'Phone '178.
FOR SALT'.?A RARE CHANCE.
Nice suburban farm, 1 mile south of
city, (known as the Cyphers farm) excel?
lent frame dwelling of U rooms, all in
good order. Large barn. This tract con?
tains about 8$ acres in high state of
cultivation and abundantly watered.
Will reut this property monthly, subject
to sale Apply to
T. E. B. HARTSOOK, Sole Agent.
THE NATIONAL BUSINESS COL
LEGE NIGHT SCHOOL is increasing
every night. Fach department is
equipped with an instructor, so that peo?
ple who value their time may be assisted.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper 25 cents. Meal tickets) M- J
J. Cutognl's restaurant.
THE BELLED TEAMS ARE STILL
RUNNING. W. K. ANDREWS & CO.,
the OLDEST FIRM' OF COAL AND
wood DEALERS in the city, uro AT
THE OLD STAND. 219 .?nlem avenue,
ready to serve you on short notice.
A scholarship in the National Business
College of Koanoke. Apply at the
'1 imes office.
tyle and Economy
will meet you at our door.
They are twin sisters in our
place of business. And why
not say it, when we have
the goods and make the
prices that will bark thisv
statement every time? You
will find style in our ?7.50
Suits. You'll find style in
our $10 Suits. You'll find
style in our $15 and *1S
Suits that your tailor can't
match unless you pay him
$10 more than you pay us.
You may not bean expert on
clothing, but it won't take
you long to find out that
clothing with our label has a
reputation to maintain, and
we do right by you if you
find anything ivrong in any
garment we sell you. YVc
are showing some nobby
patterns this season in^Men's
Suits, both frocks and sacks
brown checks, plaids and fancy worsteds. ' If you are
not a regular customer of ours, drop in anyhow and
see what we've got. It will afford us pleasure to
show you, and you don't have to buy.
UNDERWEAR?Our Underwear Department is
complete, and we can show you the best makes in
America, besides some foreign makes. Perhaps you
don't like wool. If not, we have a nice derby-ribbed
Balbriggan heavy weight at $1 per garment that will
suit you. We also carry light-weight Flannels, Me?
dium and Heavy. We show you a large assortment
to select from at from 50c to $3 per garment. If you
are interested, come in and talk it over with us, and
you an1 sure of finding what you want.
? Clothier and Furnisher,
Campbell Avenue and .VcllerKon (Street.
That we are one of the
largest wholesale and retail
furniture dealers in Southwest.
Virginia; that we carry the
best assortment of Carpets and
Mattresses in the city; that we
handle the best air-tight stove,
made, the celebrated "Won?
der"; that we handle almost
everything needed to furnish
WE CAN FIT YOU UP FROM KITCHEN TO PARLOR.
Before making your fall purchases don't fail to call and ex?
amine our stock. No trouble to show goods.
OVGRSTREET k TH?RMAN,
18 and 20 Camubell avenue.
RILL PARSONS CAUGHT.
Chief of Police S. if. Harwood, of Now
port News, bad telegraphed the Baldwin
Detective Agency of thin city that the
Blnefleld ollicers wlio have BUI Parsons
with a half dozen al uses in custody, have
waived their right to a prior trial1 of ' the
prisoner, wh? is wanted in Giles county
for the attempted murder of Detectire
Pelts, and they will surrender him to an
officer who will take him to Giles for a
Adrtl&rgist frequently h..scalls for Tom,
Dick or Harry's eye water. The consci?
entious druggist only recommends that
which be knows to he good. That Is the
reason that we sell ten bottles of Acme
Kye Water to one of all others. Wo know
it to be good. H. C. Bartes; "He puts
WE ARK CLOSING OUT our station?
ery stock at cost: we need tho room for
our piano business.
.1. E. ROGERS & CO.
W. K. ANDREWS & CO., 219 Salem
avenue, have had years of experieuco in
the coal and wood business. They know
what is required in the business. They
have the largest and most convenient
yard in the city. They handle every va?
riety of coal sold in the city. They have
more shed room and; keep more teams
than any other dealer in the city. They
hnve polite and accommodating drivers,
and deliver promptly coal and wood,
nice and dry, from their extensive sheds.
Their teams are all helled.
Malaga Grapes, direct from Spain, at
Go to the Ran ford Steam Laundry for
New goods daily, a little of everything.
Xew crop ot Fins just received at CA
rot.I I i< \ :. ANNOUNCKMKN1S.
TO THE PUBLIC?At the solicitation
of many voters, 1 have decided, after duo
consideruton, to become an Independent
candidate for election to the Virginia
House of Delegates, to Ins voted for Nov.
2nd next, from Kuanoke city and Roan
oke and Craiu counties. If ejected I
promise to till the oflieo to tho best of my
ability. Respectfully soliciting your
votes, I am, yours respectfully,
W. S. McCLANAHAN.
TO THK PUBLIC -At the request
and solicitation of my friends, 1 have de?
cided to became an Independent candi?
date to be voted for at the election to bo
held on Tuesday, the 2nd day of Novem?
ber next, for a seat in tho next house of
delegates ot '.Virginia, and do most re?
spectfully solicit tho support or all voters
iu this .legislative* d etrlet, composed of
the city of Ronnoke and the counties of
Roanoke and Craiu, '?ho are In favor of
an honest election law. I further prom?
ise, if elected, to use my best eiL-rts to
forward the Interests of the people. Re?
spect full v,
.1. W, HARTWELL.