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We hear more about
the proper shapes and col?
ors this fall than ever be?
We're making the "fur
fly" simply because we
have the newest wrinkles
in the hat line. Our friends
say we are right up to the
Drop in and let us show
you what to wear if you
want to be a well-dressed
D. M. TAYLOR,
Hatter ami Furnisher,
112 Jefferson streut.
J. W. Boswell,
Real Estate and Rental Agent,
110J Jefferson St., Roanoke, Va.
Money to Lean
-Foi the Ljruchburg Perpetual
-Building and Loan Co.
Raleigh, N*. C , Nov. The chairman
cf the uegro mass meeting held here to
demand an equal distribution of nlilces
between black and white voters makes
the positive statement that the negroes
in North Carolina are In a wjrse condi?
tion this year than at any t ime sine ISTti.
He says not one decent, man was put up
by the Republicans last year. An'orL'an
ization was formed which adopts the
name ot '?Lincoln Republican League."
Coming and Going.
Sidney Sheltnuui, of Christinusburg,
is iti town on business.
J. Hampton H?ge left yesterday for
J. M. Watts, of Cave Spring, was in
the city yesterday.
J. B. Kuller, of Lynchburg, agent of
the Singet Sewing Machine Company,
is in town In the interest of his company.
Lee Moore, commonwealth's attorney
of Montgomeiy, passed through town
yesterday en route borne.
Misses Kstos and House, of Hcilins,
are in the city.
R. P. Johnson, of Wythovillo, and
Dabney Jackson, of Lynchburit, are stop?
ping at the St. James Hotel.
C. E. McCluer, of Richmond, was in
Theo. Low, ot Lynchburg, 's in the
city on business.
Suffolk correspondence of Norfolk
Landmark says: J. Frank Little, of
Roanoke, is here on a visit to his old
home and frieuds. He will remain here
long enough to look after his business
The largest stock of piano? ever exhi
bited in Roanoke is now cu the three
lloors of Hobble. Piano Company ware
rooms, Salem avenue, near Commerce
street. Call and examine this gieat as?
sortment of Instruments.
SUDDENLY CALLED AWAY.
Rev. R. W. Pat ton left on the morning
train yesterday for Pulaski, having been i
called there very suddenly to see a friend i
who was going south.
LEFT SORROW BEHIND.
Miss Nellie Hobart, of Vicksburg, and
Miss Marsie Mitchell, of New Oilcans,
who have been visiting friends in the
city ior several weeks, left yesterday
morning on No. ? for their respective
homes much to the regret of a large
coterie of friends.*
Y. M. C. A. NOTES.
Secot.il address by G. T. D. Collins on
"Character Building,'' Sunday at I p. m.
Special music. All men welcome. Pr< -
grama e for next week is as follows:
Monday at 5:45 lirst gymnasium class for
ollice and business men: at 1 ??'?>() class in
at ithmetic; at i:50 first session associa?
tion evening prayers, lasting ten .min?
utes; all welcome in the parlor: ji good
way to close t he day. Tuesday at 8 p.
m. first young men's class In gymna?
sium; at 3:!K) p. m. first boys' class in
gymnasium. "Wednesday 1) p. in., meet?
ing of all members interested in Bible
study. Come and lean: all about the
Bilde Reading Union.
FOB BENT.?Three nice rooms suita?
ble for light housekeeping. Apply to M.
H. JENNINGS, 510 Church streets, w.
119,928 Pounds of Freight
(OVER FOUR'CARLOADS 1
Is the quantity we have received during the past thirty [301 days.
It takoa !' SOME PRINTING" to kcop about
sixty (GO) employes busy, and to justify us ir.
ordering paper, etc., in such quantities.
The Stone Printing and Manufacturing Company,
Opposite Hotel Roanoke,
EDW. L. STONE, President. ROANOKE, VA.
JEFFERSON DAVIS' BIRTHDAY.
Georgia House Votes In Favor of Making
It a Legal Holiday.
Atlanta, 6a., Nov. 5.?The bill intro?
duced by Mr. Oliver, of Hnrke county,
to make the birthday of Jefferson Davis
a legal holiday in this State was adversely
reported by thu judiciary committee in
the house of representatives yesterday.
Mr. Oliver moved to ?i saures with the
committee. In no earnest speech he
asked the house to honor the "hero of
the last cause." The report cf the com?
mittee was disagreed to by an almost
unanimous vote. Jefferson Davis' birth?
day is June
WILL STAY IN JAIL.
Huston. Nov. ?. ? Joseph Inltti, the
Turkish ex consul here, who was found
guilty of embezzlement, will remain in
jail i n account of being unable to furnish
a $70,000 bond.
SKC'OND SUPPLY of Mousey. Argosy
and Puritan now in at .lack's News De
l>ct. ?_ .
Encourage home enternrise '"V usiuir
HYGIENE PATENT FLO UK. The best
on the market. Manufactured by the
Koanoke Grocery and Milling Company,
Wholesale Grccers and Merchant Millers.
BRUSH MOUNTAIN COAL will
please you. Let us send von a ton.
'Phone '210. J. H. WILKINSON & CO.
Tho fie- - la m
New jjoods daily, a little of everything.
Fresh oysters by the gallon, quart or
pint at Catogni's restaurant
Doll Babies and Toys, new and cheap
Gravatt's Fair, 1) Salem avenue.
The Millinery Department of Knock's
Ba/.aar is full of new and exclusive styles.
Prices tire low enough to tempt the most
economical buyers. It's the place to go
for these goods.
INSURANCE^ . .
Lawrence Si Davis.
No. 5 Campbell avenue s w.
prompt payment of losses.
Ronnoke. Vu., November4th, is<i7.
To the Property Owners of tho City of
!n view of the law enacted by the last
General Assembly ol! Virginia, whereby
i? heroines possible tor any applicant to
obtain title to real estate upon payment
of tsxes delinquent thereon, which law
has been upheld by a recent decision of the
Court of Appeals of Virginia; and in view
of applications having been made lor
eight hundred (800) pieces of real estate
in the city, title to which may he secured
in thirty (30) days, there will be a meet?
ing of the property owners of the city
hehl in circuit court on Monday, Novem?
ber 8th, 1807, at 5 o'clock p. m., to de?
vise plans .nid take such steps as may be
necessary to protect the interests of all
whose property is in jeopardy.
T. T. F1SHDURNK.
.1 AS. P. WOODS.
W. S. MeCLANAHAN,
.1. A. JAMISON.
H. S. TROUT.
II UFF, ANDREWS &
R. II. K1SHHL'RNK S? CO.
BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE.
'I be best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises. Sores, 1'leers. Salt Rheum,
Fever ^ores. Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and al" Sfcin Erup
tions. and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale by
Fresh cocoanuts, new crop, atCATOG
Indebtedness, f8?.0OO?Assets, Exposi?
tion Property and |30,U00.
Nashville, Term., Nov. 5.?At a meet?
ing of the Centennial Exposition Com?
pany, the auditor submitted his report,
showing that the total indebtedness of
the exposition is now only $36,000. The
property of the exposition company Is
valued nt> far more than this sum, and
there arc nneollected assets amounting
The tote (attendance ollicially reported
A KICII MAN DEAD.
Milton, Del., Not. 5.?Kx-Governor
Ponder, a^ed 71 years, tin richest man
5n this State, sjjpd to-day at his ootinOry
home after a lingering Illness.
New Nuts just receiveil at CATCHU
W, J. W. &BM?,
132 Salem Ave.,. Second Floor,
No. 7 Campbell Ave.,
\ve will view tho
country over i
st ili' better goods to
please our friends,
though we bavd
them now in stock
to plea.se you in (It,
quality and prioe
See t he celebrated
line of Children's
M. G. RIELEY,
30 Salem avenue.
I>. A. GARBEK, Manager.
W. L. Andrews & Co.,
100-1-2 t'atinplwll nvennc, W.
t^iml f winpunicM. Prompt SrtnfwBM'ulH.
Whcn>tho BEST ta Mi? same priu? ns
the GOOD, why not yet the best:'
ROv M>. KENT, JR.,.
represent* tho best in Fire> Life nud J&C
OllUee,. Kirk Btliildiiig.
Ii' there is anything in the
insurance-line thai you want?
Fire, LitV, Accident, Boiler
lvxplosion, Plate Glass or Ifim<
plovers? Liability?AVE HAVE
IT, AND? THE VERY BEST
OF IT. _
JOHNSTON & CO.,
104 Sou?h Jeifersoui street^
A. J. B VANS. V. M. IM'TT. O. B. PKIOA
EVANS, BUTf & PRICE,
(HiiccowirB to Kvans lirop.)
Keep n Full and Ounplete Line of
Kvnry Article Known to lile
Hani ware Trade. \V? lnvito
an Inspect.on of Our Stock kd<1
22 Camobell Avenu?.
Is always enjoyed because it is unexpected. The big' values that will greet you at our
great SURPRISE SALES will be so unexpected that there will be extreme pleasure and
delight for the hosts of buyers that will be there. THERE'S MUCH ADO among the
Dress Goods and Silks, Ladies' Capes and Jackets, Children's Cloaks, Blankets, Flannels
and Winter Underwear. Picked up here and there throughout our immense stock:
Beautiful Japanese Draperies, the best
quality and very choicest designs, gold
printed, worth always 12 1 2c to 15c,
here only 10c.
Extra Large Bleached Damask Towels,
heavy and tine, pure Dresden linen,
knotted fringes; we have never before
offered this quality for '.ess than 83c, now
Right pieces good heavy Woolen Cassi
meres^ for men's anil hova1 suits and
pant?, excellent duality, 25a; real value
[?"(he All-Wool OasslmercH fo< men's
and hoys' suits anil pants. 50c yard.
Heavy Tivilhd Navy Blue flannels,
warranted all nine wool, only 20c?
lleavr All Wool Scarlet Medicated
Twilled Flannels, just the kind you
usually have to p.ty 25r: for a surprise
Great big value in fine heavy all-wool
Scarlet Twilled Flannels, at 25c?never
before seen for less than !l0c.
Kxtra Heavy Table Felt or Silence
Cloth, 54 inches- that splendid quality
you have always bought irom us at 50c
a yard -now only 42c
Fine Heavy White Counterpanes, hem
med readv for use. eood Mir. si/.e, 2 1 2
yards long?a bargain at ti? l-2c ?worth
Four Big Values in Crib Blankets, the
large si/e, 30x60 inches, ft.25, Si 75,
$2 and $3 pair.
A bargain in Scarlet and Crimson
Blankets, warranted all pure wool both
j warp and (Bing, only $51.75 oatr.
i Something really royal in One heavy
' Scarlet Blankets this is a genuine bar?
gain?only $5 pair.
Heavy Grey Blankets, all wool,
. warp and filling, 75 pair.
TRUNKS ? Lai;.' - stock new ones
! received. Wi. :_?..-<? sun a Urat
j Trunk for a v. , little money. An net
? ual Raving of 23 per cent. here. Sone- of
the liner ones um- selling for $~>,
$0, ??.50, $7, SS.7"), $0.50 and ?10.
Heavy Twilled Grey Flannels for Un
: derskirts. 12 1 2c yard.
F.xtra Heavy All Wool Grey Twilled
I Flannels, big value at 25c.
Extra Heavy White Wool Shaker Flan?
nels, 27 inches wide, 25c.
?IS pairs Lace Curtains, 3 yards long,
worth 02 l-2c, now 50c pair
Good Lace Curtains, 2 1-2 yards long,
for 30c pair.
Beautiful White Irish Point Curtains,
3 1-2 yardn Ion?, $2.50, $3 75 am: $4.50
The new French Curtains made up of
plain Siviss Net bordered with Lace
Kdulnu ami Insertion, <inite up-to-date,
$2.50, $"> und s| pair.
Good tirey and White Blankets, on'y
Heavy Dark tirey Llaukets for ser?
vants and hostlers, contain some wool,
Great line of New Tapestry and Derby
Curtains an.I ."^Portion's, bin values now
on sale?Si 75, JSJ, $2.5i>, $;j, $3.50, $-1
and $5 pair.
too1' Heavy Silver Grey Blankets, nice
quality, ni.$l and $1.25 pair.
Bargain in Cor-ets, white, dnb, and
ecrue, perfectly modeled? equals the 50c
Corset?all sizes, only 39c.
Have von seen the Majestic Corset? It
i is the prettist 50c Corset on earth?
white, drab unit black?otic.
The great "O. B." Corset knocks out
i most ot the si Corsets: white, black and
j drab, only 75c.
Thomson's "(Hove Fitting" Abdotni
I nnl Cors:et for stout ladies, white and
I grey, sizes 25 to 32, $1.50.
Ferris' "Good Sense" Waists fcr ladies>
black ami white, $1.
Ferris' "Good Sense" Waists fop
Ferris' "flood Sense" Waists for chil?
Ladies' Fine Taffeta Silk Waists, beau?
tifully made, only $5 each.
bailies' Black Astrakhan Capes with
the new Watteau back, trimmed with
Thibet, for?ought to be $5?only $iV50.
Ladies' Fine "Seal Skin-' Plush Capes,
handsomely braided, with high Thibet
collar, only $?").
Big value in Ladies-' Fine Black Cloth
Jackets, a beauty, all sizes, $10 each.
Ronan Black Cheviot Jncke>ts--the
usual $5 kind?here only $1.
Table-Linen Remnants and Mill Ends?A large lot Remnants and Mill Ends, fine and me?
dium grades, Table-Linen Damasks. Housekeepers will find this well worth their at?
tention. Lengths range from two to four yards.
A lovely Black Cloth Cape, trimmed
with straps of same, only $~>, well worth
Ruffled Muslin Curtains for lied rooms
and dining room?, .1 1-2 yards long. $1.30
and $1.50 pair
Silver Grey Merino Wool Ribbed Vests
and Pants tor ladles, silk trimmed, one
hall wool only 51(1:.
Great value In Ladies' Heavy Jersey
Hil bed Vests and Pants, heavily ileeced
?a trood match for the UBU P 50o grades
?only :17 1 2c.
Two cases Ladies' Vtsts and Pants, ex?
cellent quality, Jersey Ribbed and
Trimmings?Jet Fronts and
, $1, $1 .">(), $2, 43.35, $2.50 ami
Fiouts, $1.75, $2
$ J 25.
Braided Waist Sets. 50c,
$1.25, $1 30, $2, and $2 25.
Some very choice things in two-toned
Nnveltv Dress Good*, at371-2c -wouldn't
: be high priced at 50c.
Medicated Scarlet Vest and Pants, for
ladies, all wool, only 75c.
For School Dresses our 36-inch Cloth
Sulding is unexcelled; will wash like
muslin; 115 pieces just received, all colors
and absolutely all wool, 25c.
Frogs. 10c, 1212c, 15c, 17c, 10c, 25c,
and 33c each.
Knglish Worsted ''heviots in black,
green, brown and navy, 00 inches wido,
only ?5c, well worth $1.
Wide Wale Black oheviots, quite the
st vie, Id inch, 500.
Choice Two-toned Cheviots in the.
diagonal and granite weaves. 48 inch,
One Case Men's I'nlaundored Shirts,
white with Percale front*, usual value
40c?a great big bargiin at 25c.
V Pretty Dress Shirt, laundered, white
with colored front, actual value 02 l-2c,
here it. is for 39c.
?00 lo/.en Men's Linen Collars, guar?
anteed 211 10 Linen -mich collars as you
pay the other dealer 17c for?all tho new
Imitation Krimmer Collarettes,
Combination Seal and Astrakhan
larettes, $7.50 and $10 each.
Real Astrakhan Collarettes, $"5.
Heal Skunk Collarrottes, $?.tf1
Electric Seal Collarrettes, $2.50, $2.75
Four bargains in 3-4 Napkins, all linen
und full bleached extra vak es, $1.12 1-2,
$1.50, $2 and $2.75 dozen.
Something handsome in 27-inch Din
mr Napkins, at $4 anil $5 dozen. See
these, they are beauties.
Board.ing house keepers should dee
these. Kxtra heavy German Napkins,
dice patterns, dinner size, half bleach,
for wear they are everlasting, $1.25 per
Black Worsted Cheviots, 42 inch, !">0c.
Give us a Call.
WATT, RETTEW & CLAY'S