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ABSPULT FROM All AROUND THE CITY, i Current Local Events of the Day Briefly Told. Bit* of Facta and Goaalp Gathered on the Streets by Times Reporters?Points Political, Social and General Happen? ing Yesterday. Thirty-five mombers of the ' Black Crook'* Company were registered at the St. JameB Hotel yesterday. Baptist Sunday-school in Northwest Roanoke promptly at 3 o'clock p. m. Everybody is invited to attend. A mad dug was killed near Vlnton Friday. It ran at a colored man who seized a stick and bit it over tho head, killing it Instantly. HTho Ladies' Aid ^Society of tho Hoi mont Methodist Church will give an en? tertainment for tho benefit of the church at an early date. The colored school teachers held a meeting yesterday at Vinton. A large number of the teachors wore present and a largo quantity of business was transacted. .T. C. Wallace, Jr,. deairos to correot tho statement publishod in regard to testimony in the riot cases, that ho saw Richardson loading tho mob. lie did not see Richardson at all that night. The Teachors' Poabody Reading Cir? cle, which wan to meet at Vinton yoBtcr day, was postponed on account of the circulated rumor of tho presenco of smallpox. Tho next mooting will bo held in Roanoko not later than tho third Saturday in December. Eighteen long-haired Blacksburg ca? dets passed through the city yesterday en route for Bedford, where they kicked tho pig skin with tho Bedford boys yes? terday. The cadets intimated to a TIMES reporter that they would like to tackle one of tho Roanoke teams. The serios of revival meetings at the Mothodlst Church in tho West End, which is being conducted by Rev. J. H. Bumbaugh assisted by Rov. O. T. D. Collins, is progressing finely. The at? tendance is good each evening and there were last night three conversions and five penitents. J. W. Ferguson died at his home on Back Creek, Roanoko oounty, November 14 at tho age of 37 years, 7 months and U' days. lie was buried at IWck Creek Churoh by Rov. J. L. Henderson, of tho Methodist Churoh, and leaves a wife and seven children. He was a brother of Mrs. J. R. Ferguson, who lives at the corner of Park street and Fourth avenue n. w. In this city. THE SMALLPOX MATTKU, Mo New Developments and No Real Cause For Alarm. There are no new developments in the smallpox matter. Dr. J. T. Strickland, chairman of tho health committee of Council, telegraphed yesterday to the mayors of several towns in regard to the smallpox. He received replies from tho mayor of Glade Spring, saying there : was no smallpox there. Hon. U. C. Preston, of Had ford, said thoro was nono of tho disease in his town. Tho people of Saltvillo wore wired, but gave no reply. Dr. Bowyor, of Bedford, denios that ho made tho assortion that thero was a case of small-pox in Bedford. Tho representative of Tiik Times who wrote the article in question got his informa? tion from several prominent doctors of Roanoko, who stated that they had conversed with Dr. Bowyor on tho sub? ject. The Times doos not bolieve there is any cause for alarm, but ponding the action of tho City Council it behooves ail good citizens of tho city to bo vac? cinated. POtlCE COURT***AFFAIRS. T. F. Jamison and E. A. Prillman were recognized by Justice Turner yes? terday morning in the sum of $200 to appoar before the January- term of the Hustings Court on tho charge of selling liquor without a license. William White, oolored, was fined 85 for fighting, and Iiernard Lawson, also colored, was fined $3.50 for a similar of? fence. ________ Dr. Haianer't Lecture. Dr. Hamner's lecture last night on "The Elements of Success in Business Life," at the National Business College, was well attended and was very in? structive and full of good advice, and everybody present seemed well satisfied and expi eased their approval in a hearty manner. On next Saturday night Dr. Hamner will give the second part of the lecture, at the same time and place, the subject being: "Causes of Failures in Business Life." . Funeral of Sirs. James Henderson. ' The funeral of Mrs. James Henderson, who died Friday morning of consump tion at her late residence, 12 Fifth street n. e , took place yesterday afternoon from the East Roanoke Baptist Church, Rev. W. A. Wilson officiating. After tho services at the church the remains were taken to Falrview Cemotery, whore thoy were laid to rest. An Interesting; L>etter. After being sick with lung, liver and kidney trouble and after trying soveral of our most omlnont physicians and ob? taining no relief, I took Microbo Killer. It cured mo. Mr. Joseph B. Freeman, Portsmouth, N. Q. Mr.n are made manly, tho old made young and vigorous by Magnetic Nor vine. Sold by Christian & Barbee. Old papers for sale at The Times of flee at 10 cents por hundred. ??er.? Latest U. S. Gov't Report ' mLY pure STANTON'S INDISCRETION. Admiral Stanton may have made a mnr tyr of blinself in a good cause, and it will be well not to deal too bnrshly witb bim wben ho returns.?Baltimore American. Tho punishment inflicted is severe, but it 1b indispensable that tho navy should not decide which side should be recognized In a civil war until tho government at Wash? ington has acted.?Philadelphia Press. The administration has acted with a promptness and in a way deserving of the fullest commendation in disowning the ac? tion of the acting rear admiral in command of tho American warships at Rio in salut? ing the flag of the rebel commander.?Ith? aca Herald. A more exasperating complication rarely happens, for while Admiral Stanton's ac? tion was a direct affront to the existing government bis recall will almost cer? tainly displeasu the insurgents. Which? ever sldo is victorious, therefore, will doubtless have a grievance against the United States.?New York Herald. When, In addition to his salute, the American admiral still further showed his friendliness for the revolutionists by pay? ing an official visit to and receiving on oflioiul visit from their chief commander, he was guilty of a proceeding that can bo explained only on the theory that be wns suffering from temporary aberration of tho mind.?Brooklyn Eagle. The indiscretion of Admiral Stanton in saluting tho fleet in insurrection against the constituted authorities in Brazil was a grave act of discourtesy toward a friendly power. Tho prompt action taken by our government in detaching tho offending ad? miral from his command was the only course to be taken consistent with our at? titude of neutrality.?Philadelphia Record. MONEY. Tho Spartans had an iron coinage, no oth? er being allowed. Tho gold coins of Great Britain contain one-twelfth alloy. The United States Bilver 3 cent piece was first coined in 1851. The English mint was established by Atheistaue about 928. The average life of a note of the Bank of England is a little less than 70 days. Notes are never reissued. Tho currency of the Argentine Republic consists altogether of paper notes, ranging in value from 1 cent up to $100. Tho early English and French kings took "moneyers" with them on their travels, who coined money as it was needed. According to Jacob's estimate, the Ro? man empire in the time of Augustus pos? sessed ?338,000,000 of gold and silver. According to tho best estimates, Great Britain has at present ?103,000,000 gold, ?22,000,000 silver, ?30,000,000 paper, a total of ?103,000,000. In the fifteenth century the bishops and monasteries of France, England and Ger? many did an extensive business in coining money under royal sanction. Madden says tbnt in the British West In? dies, two centuries ago, pins, slices of bread, pinches of snuff, drams of whisky, soap, cocoanuts, eggs and other common articles were all used as money. Very lnrgo amounts of private gold coins were formally minted in this country by individuals. Reid of Georgia, the Becht lers of North Carolina, the Mormons in Utah and several banking firms in Call, fornia all ouco did a large business in this line.?St. Louis Globe-Democrat. THE JEWEL CASKET. Alexnndrito which is green by day and red by night is a woman's stono. A pearl necklnce instead of a clasp Is made to cast in a single loop a diamond with a pearl beneath finishing tho ends. In time golf will bo celebrated among tho decorative sports. A matchbox is a golf caddie as ho stands waiting on golf players. One of the prettiest novelt ies in enamel is a tiny globe shaped lamp hung from an exquisite little standard of wrought iron. Tho enamel is transparent, and the lamp glows like a jewel. Golden cornelian is beard much of. Abroad it appears in everything from matchboxes to brooches. It looks well as the center of heart shaped brooches or pendants, being, of course, inclosed in a rim of jewels to light it up. An interesting back comb has a series of conventional rays in gold marked with jewels nt intervals. These are intended to suggest fruit bearing branches, for coiled around the stem and swinging a curling tail is a jeweled serpent in the act of biting at a diamond that ho mistakes for an apple.?Jewelers' Circular. FIN, FEATHER AND FUR. Rats avoid a house wherein a guinea pig Is permitted to roam at will. Tho bird of greatest endurance is tho al? batross. One has been known to follow a ship for 64 days without once being seen to rest on the water. The animal which most nearly resembles a plant is probably Hymenopus bicorius, an insect found in India, which bears an ex? traordinary likeness to the flower of an orchid. When an area of lower temperature, with rain or snow, is approching, the goldfish remains near tho surface of the water, while if clear, sunshiny weather is expect? ed they will almost always be found near the center of tho reservoir. Giraffes have become very scarce since the dervishes seized the basin of the upper Nile. They were once to be bought for about $700 each; now a good giraffe would fetch over $5,000. The Jardine d'Acclima tation at Paris recently refused to sal 1 three very young ones for $10,000. Colonel R. Bruce Ricketts of Wilkes barre is said to have Bold 13,000 acres of land in Sullivan nud Pike counties. Pa, to a Boston syndicate. Soon after the war he bought vast tracts of wild laud there for about $8,000. This sale is said to make biio a millionaire. IMPORTANT TRIFLES. DETAILS THAT CHANGE THE GENERAL EFFECT IN DRESS. Things That Give a Toilet Individuality. A 100-yonr-old Novelty?Aprons For High Toiis ? 11iim]ucs Are Again In Vogue?How Thoy Aro Made. ".Special Correspondence.] New York, Nov. *.?I hnvo an old friend who must be a near relation of the late lamented Mrs. Partington, and sho often surprises her friends by her unfortunate misuse of words. Today sho said to mo in speaking of the fash? ions of tho present day that sho thought the perfection of u woman's toilet con? sisted more in the discrepancies than in the gowns. After considerable ques? tioning, I discovered that she meant tho accessories, and I quite agreed with her. I In thinking of a woman's appearance we are apt to take tho general effect and forget tho details, and yet tho added ?'sots" of ribbon trimming, tho lace fichu, tho neat linen collar and tho dainty apron havo mado the toilet com I plete after its kind und given it an in? dividuality all its own. Just now there aro many things to chooso from. The linen collars aro cut so as to turn down from tho top of a high collar and reach nearly to the shoulders in deep Vandyke points, and the linen is quadruple and stiffly starch? ed. Some of these havo other peaks, somo fine, some uro severely stitched and others have edgings of laco, gen? erally guipure. There aro cuffs to for teatime. match these, and they turn upward. Some guipure collars aro in deep points, and others aro mado of mull laid in puffs with thread laco insertions in be? tween, finished at tho bottom by a fluted frill of batiste. Several styles uro made almost as largo as pelerines and quite cover tho shoulder aud bust. They are trimmed with lace, and bunches of baby ribbon fasten them at tho throat. A few ortrmnde of real lace and resemblo the Vandyke art collars seen in paint? ings. They are really elegant, but costly. This stylo of collar is hundreds of years old, but is a novelty now, and a rarity, too, since so few can afford it. One dainty fancy, very much liked for young ladies nt homo on serai-im portaut functions, is to havo n Marie Antoinette fichu, fastening nt the sides, under bows. These aro mado of black tullo dotted net or whito mull or mus? lin, and they uro frilled all around. Tho dress can bo turned down a little at the throat and tho fichu crowned over, giving quite a festive appearance to a plain gown. When sleeves nro slightly behind the present style, or much behind it even, they can bo mado to look just right by having a frill of laco or of velvet edged with fine beads sewed to an elastic to slip on over each sleeve. It is then brought up on the shoulder just above tho Beam of the Bleeve and deftly fastened with ;v conplo of pins. Tho olastio will hold it in place. Thus these aro highly proper and stylish sleeves. A pretty yoko shnpo of satin or velvet with laco and decorated with ribbons, bends or spangles is another "discrep? ancy." Aprons for high teas, for afternoons and for kirmess uro other bits of fem? inine adornment that nro euro of admi? ration in masculine eyes. 1 never knew but ono man that disliked aprons, and ho is an artist. All others look at the dainty creations and dimly wonder what it is that makes tho wearor look winter basques, eo cozy and homelike. I think more men have fallen in love with tho aprons than the girls themselves, but of course they have to propose to the girl to get the apron. This season I notice a num? ber made of colored silks with full laco ruffles all around them and decorated with velvet ribbon bows. Basques nro coming in again. One is of diagonal serge, braided on tho sleeves and all up tho front and around the bottom. It hangs open in front two inches. There is a white fold down each front nearly covered with twisted braiding, nil done in black soutache. There is a short point in tho back. It is quite dressy. Another style is a coat basque of black whipcord. It is cut away in front, over a snug vest. There are velvet faced lapels, and all over the basque front and back is a zigzag pattern, in soutache, with small silk covered buttons set on each point. Tho vest front has a collar of white vel? vet, and nt tho waist lino there is a lac? ing for five inches of silk braid, which is tied in bows and loops and holds the jacket closed. Tho nil over braiding is tho iistinotive feature. Oi.ive Harper. DOMESTIC GEMS. Diamonds In Virginia, Tmtrinullncs In Mhlno and Jet lu Colorado i?ml Texas. [Spcclnl Correspondence.] Richmond, Nov. ?\?It is commonly believed that diamonds nro not found in North America, and this is practically true, although several specimens of tho monarch of all gems havo been picked up within tho boundaries of tho United States. One of tho most uotablo finds of this sort was mado somo years ngo at Manchester, a town near here, by a laborer engaged in street grading. The discovery caused much excitement in this vicinity, but tho mining of dia? monds in Virginia has uot yet become an organized industry. Tho stone was counted to be worth $10,000 before it ?was cnt. After it had passed through tho hands of tho lapidary it weighed over 10 karats and was a gem of great beauty. About 90 different minerals have been fonnd in tho United States that have been used as gems, 13 being found only here. Tho mountains of Colorado are especially rich in gems, many varieties, including sapphires and garnets, being found there. These stones nro also found in New Mexico and Arizona, the annual output amounting to several thousand dollars. Between SG0.0OO and ?70,000 worth of tourmalines havo been taken from Mount Mica, Maine, which is one of the few places in tho country whero syste? matic mining for gems is carried on. Tho tourmaline is a very beautiful stone, possessing, according to certain super? stitious souls, weird qualities of sympa? thy displayed in its varying shades. It is considered a lucky stone by its devo? tees and was a potent factor in tho lives of tho characters figuring in that Blraugo story, "My Tourmaline," pub? lished in Dr. Holland's Scribner's Monthly, several years ngo, by a writer whose true name has never certainly been known, but who wrote over tho pen name of "Snxo Holme." Tourma? lines nro also found at Stony Point, N. C, whero hiddenito is profitably mined. Rock crystals are gathered in several localities in tho United States, the an? nual output being estimated at about $40,000. Much of this mineral cut in the United States is sold under tho names of "Lake George" and "Capo May" diamonds. Singularly enough, although frequently of quality suitable for uso in optical instruments and spectacles, North American crystal is not often employed for theso purposes. Our opticians import most of their crys? tal lenses from Brazil. Agates occur in widely separated regions in tho United States, but most of tho agates of com? merce como from Brazil and Uruguay and nro polished in Germany. This does not hold good regarding moss agates in great degree, but al? though many American moss agates find their way to tho jewelers' shops they are most ly polished abroad. Jet occurs in Colorado and Texas and is being util? ized to somo extent in tho arts. Re? maining American gems include the sunstone and moonstono of Pennsyl? vania and Virginia, tho turquoise, which is of (ii Huo when first taken out, but turns In green on exposure; the bowdenite of Rhode Island and the Williamsite of Pennsylvania. Tho last two named aro often used as substitutes for jade. Phillips Nelson. November Minting. [Special Correspondence.l Summit, N. J., Nov. ".?This is the month for walking about tho country to increaso your appetito and reduce your avoirdupois. It is also a good timo to sit under an old scranny persimmon tree and inuso on the bitter past and dwell lipon departed glories and blasted hopes. There is a pensive beauty lurk? ing and lingering about the russet wood, whoso leaves aro blown ever and anon if not more frequently by fitful gusts along tho dusty way. It is a*sym pathetic pale gray day, and the mellow moon has melted into a wistful wist fnlness that fills tho lover of naturo with a languid jo}\ Thero are hints of grief in tho air, and a faraway pathos fills the land with n dreamy thinkful ness that ushers tender memories in the sympathetic soul. How pleasant to linger and lean on tho 6halcy snake fenco and watch tho pumpkins that glow in the deepening gloom among tho myriad stacks of corn ? And then to dream of pumpkin pie, whilo watching tho farmer pilo theso orange spheres on the wagon, and then to hear tho wind whilo it whistles through the Berk ehiro piggies' bristles, aro liko a song most chaste and sweet on tho joys ef sausage meat. The pool is dark and silont, and no lily flutters on its breast. Occasionally a wild bird touches its surface as it flashes across and breaks it into a series of wrinkles like unto those of an an? cient spinster's forehead. Across tho fields a light glimmers in the distance, and I hear tho yelp of a dog in tho cold, clear air. Ho is welcoming somo ono home, and I know dinner is ready. So along the russet way that in the gloom wears the color of roast duck I will hie me to my humble, virtuouB dinner table. I am going to have fresh pork and apple sauco tonight, and I cannot feel the ground beneath my feet. 1 linger in nn nndreamed dream; the landscape is a love letter punctuated with unkissed kisses. I am a million? aire from my feot up, and I lie on a bed of bauds embroidered with roses while tho first star twinkles in the blue, and I enter the house and get a blast of the savory brown pork right in the face. R. K. Mt'NKlTTRICK. Our First Town Meeting;. The planters of Dorchester, Mass., long ago agreed that "thero shall be 12 mon selected" to look into what concerned tho general welfare, and that meeting was tho foundation of tho government of tho 1,500 towns of New England, of the 14 states and of tho constitution of tho United States. Tho nso of tho word "selected" in that agreement was the origin of tho nanio "selectmen." COMMENCES TO-DAY. A little early, but It is our misfortune and your good luck. We have tco many on hand for the season. Every suit in oar large assortment that we have teen selling from $11 to $15, yours for (NINE DOLLARS AND EIGHTY-FIVE CENTS.) We have had this special suit sale twice a year for five years at closing of each season, and almost everybody knows what this sale means. This time it comes earlier?too many goods on hand and they must go. JOSEPH COHN, CLOTHIER and HATTER. E. M. DAWSON, Manager. NOTICE.?ALL TRAN slent advertising must be paid cash, in advance, to save cost of booking and collecting. Advertisements in the one cent-a-word colnmn are one cent for each of the first two insertions and half a cent a word for each subsequent in? sertion. WANTED?HELP. \\JT ANTED.-THE ARMITAGE MAN Vv ufacturlng Co., of Richmond, Va , wants an agent for thoir Asphalt Ready Roofing and Asphalt PaintB, taroe colors, red, brown and black. No ex? perience necessary. It you are out of employment write them. 10 15 4w eod USINESS OPENING?A YOUNG man with from S50 to 8100 can ob? tain a good position, a fair salary and double his capital overy sixty days. The young man must be steady, a good talker; age 10 lo 23; best security given and best references. Address "XXX," Timks office. 11 2 2t LOST AND FOUND. OST?A PAIR OP GOLD BOWED spectaclos, lost betwoen Roanoke street and St. John's Episcopal Church last night. Finder will please leave at my office, corner of Henry and Campboll streets. DR. STAPLES. 11 10 It. COL. PENN FOR THE VACANT JUDGE SHIP. Editor Roakoke Times: Among the numerous namos mentioned as succes? sor to tho late Hugh L. Hond, judge of tho United States circuit oourt, there 1b not one from Southwest Virginia. It is truo that tho Stato of Virginia has pre? sented a formidable array of names, but all of them, so far as now recalled, are from points east of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Why should we not prcsont a man for this position when we have one the peer of any wnoao name has been montioned and just now in tho primo of life? Col. Jno. E. l'onn, whose varied and exten? sive praciice, legal learning, judicial acumen and high character are woll known and appreciated throughout tho Stato, would fill the position with dignity and credit lo his mother State. Wo present his name and trust his friends will not be slow to bring him prominently before tho Proaidont as ono weil qualified for tho position and urge his appointment. It would bo a credit to our city and the State would never havo cause to regret tho conforing of such an honor upon ono worthy citizen. X LITERARY NOTES. The Times has received from tho BancroftCompauy. of Chicago, a compli? mentary copy of Literary Industrios of H. H. Baucorft, written by himself The book is of especial interest to lit? erary inclined people as ait examplo of how ono man has won more or less fame and financial success in his chosen call? ing. Mr. Bancroft, is tho author of "Tho Book of the Fair." 'Iho November number of Blue and Gray is not as fully illustrated as most of its predecessors, but.tho subject mat? ter is (julte up to the high standard of this unique publication. Tho unknown naval officer, "Union Jack," continues his serial, "With Farragut on the Hart ford," with a description of the prepara? tions for tho great battle below Now Orloans. The next instalment will be a description of that engagement. Gen oral George E. Dolton contributes an article on "Points of Dispute regarding Chickamauga," which will intorestevery survivor of that memorable battio. Judge D. Thow Wright teils of a very romatic sequel to the great locomotive raid, with a thrilling description of that episode. R ADAM'S MICROBE KILLER , Isthconly known principle , , that will destroy tlic microbe , in the blood without injury to the system. By removing the one cause it cures all human Diseases I TkoWlUUm IU<]?m Blrrobi'KHlerCo. 7 Loigut 8t., Now York city, Agent* tor HoaDoke JOHNSON A JOHNSON WANTED?MIHUJBLiLi?NKOUb. ANTED ?GOOD, FRESH COW. Address Box 260, giving prioo, age and qualities. 11 IS 26 WA N T E D?A NICELY FDR nlshed room convenient to Union Depo, oy a young man desiring a pleas? ant location. Address "G," Times office. _10 29 EJR SALE OR RENT?DESIRABLE nine-room dwelling on uppor Camp boll street. All modern improvements. Address "D," Times office. 10 25 lm. WANTED?TO PURCHASE A SEC W ond-hand cash register, oboap. Apply Times office. 10 20 tf HORGAN, THE SHOEMAKER, ? makes and repairs all kinds of boots and shooBat 104 Nelson street, op? posite market bouse. Satisfaction guar? anteed. 12 9 ly riMlE HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR JL cast off clothing. Address P. O. Box 574. 8 30 3m KOB u1?jnt. ROOMS FOR RENT, WITH OR without board; both gas and fire. MRS. GEO. WRIGHT. 11 17 lw FOR RENT?THE LUCAS HOTEL, corner Third and Grove streets, East Radford. This is a new brick building with 28 rooms, including office and samplo room, is well furnished and located in the moBt desirable part of the city. Apply to S. H. W. Lucas, No. 335 Seventh avenue s. w., Roanoko, or L. P. Llgon, East Radford. 11 12 St. FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT., oommunicatlrjg or otherwise, at, 3iU* Fourth avenuo s. w. Call at hoate or address S, box 160._11 12 tf FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT, communicating and otherwise, at 23 7th ave. b. w.. near Jefferson st. Ill tf OR RENT.?FINE FRONT OFFIOB on second floor new Times building apply at office. 15 VOR BALE. NOTICE.?ANYONE WISHING TO buy barroom and license, well located in the city, with good trade, can do so cheap by calling on C. H. VINES, attorney, Ma3oniu building. 11 15 lw F OR SALE. One-horse C. & C. electric motor. Apply at Times office._11 15 \i FOR SALE.?1, 2, 7 AND 10 H. P. Otto gas engines and 1, 3 and 4 h. p. electric motors; all In first-class order and guaranteed. WM. HOL LINGS WORTH, engineer and machinist. 310 N. Holliday street, Baltimore, Md, 6 22 tfs FOR SALE OK RENT?A NEW hotel, centrally located, 72 rooms, finely furnished, steam boated, eleva? tor, completely equipped In all depart? ments; now doing a fair business. Call or address O. E. DUFFY, 007 Seventh street n. w., Washington, D. C. 10 211m PROFESSIONAL* QHARLES C. WILSON, C. E., ARCHITECT. Room* 1 and 2 Commercial Bank Bldg. _ 17 ly BOABDINQ. WANTED.?BOARDERS, GOOD table, comfortable rooms, test locality, reduced rates; references. Address '? L.." Times otlice. 11 19 It BOARDERS WANTED- CONNECT imr front rooms, first or second floor; bath, with all modern conveni? ences; southwest section, five minutes from Terry building. Address "H. R. S.." Drawer 3. 11 3 lm WANTED?SKLECT GENTLEMEN boardors. Good com for table rooms and tfood table board. Address "W," Timeb offlcs. 10 35 10t. NOTICE OP MEETING.-i. PENNSYLVANIA ZINC" AND IRON Company?A general meeting of the stookholdors of tho Pennsyl? vania Zinc and Iron Compan will be held at tho company s office (Terry building) in toe city of Roanoko, Va., on Wednesday, tho 22d day of November, 1893, at 11 o'clock a. m. By order of the prosidont and board of directors. H. M. RNGLE, 10 31 td_ Secretary. T~~HE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE stockholders of tho East Roanoke Loan, Trust and Invostmont Compan; will bo held in the store of M. A. John? son, In tho city of Roanoko, Vs., on Wednesday, tho 22d day of November. 1893, at 7:30 p. m. E. A. THURM AN, Seoretary. 10 35 td.