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BO |ture, so sweet, bo suite, so speedy, for pre. serving, purifying, and beautifying tin-skin, *e*lp, ana li?ir, ami eradicating every Im mor, as wann baths with Cvtiqvra Soap, *nd gentle anolutings with CutIcura (oint? ment), the great skin cure. Onrn t Ciikm. Corp., Sole i'nipj.. Holten. BT" All About the Skin. Scalp, ud Hair," Tree. EVERY HUMOR v^S^cSi^* SALEM EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. J. A. Thomason and M. F. Huff left Monday uight fcr the northern markets for IX mas supplies. The Roanoke College football team will play the St. Albans on Saturday next -and Richmond College Th ursday, the 18th iustaut. Captain P. B. Boot.lw has returned from Giles county, where he has been buying apples for the firm of M. II. Jen? nings, of RoanoKe. J. Hurry Chapmnn. of the Roanoke Red Sulphur Springs, is visiting in the city. Mrs. J. M. Smith and daughter, of Bread street, after n pleasant visit to friends at Saltville, returned home yes? terday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Phlegar and Mas? ter Phlegar Crosby, of Chicago, are visit? ing Colonel D. C. Shanks and wife, at their West Salem home. Mrs. Frank Goodwin, of West Salem, still remains critically ill, though yester? day her condition wus somewhat im? proved. Mrs. B. A. Potter, of High street, is visiting friends in Roanoke. The .first meeting of the Roanoke County Teachers' Association for this year was held at Uave Spring Saturday. The meeting was well atteuded, about forty teacher? being preseut. The sub? ject, "Influence of education on the farm, farmer aud farmer's wife." wus the para? mount, .question discussed and iu the course of its consideration many time? ly and valuable points were adduced. Excellent papers were read by R. E. Cook, E. C. Eller and Misses Sarah Spessard and Annie Porter. The teachers were ?U pleased with the royal hospitality ex? tended them by the citizens of Cave Spring. The Christian Endeavor Society of tbo Presbyterian church will give a unique entertainment on the eveuing of Thurs? day, November 18th, called the Klondike Social. An attractive program, conslst ine of delightful refreshments nnd ex? quisite music, will be Tendered. A small admission fee will be charired: The pro? ceeds will be devoted to the. prosecution of the good work in connection with this society. I .' A MILLIONAIRE FAILS. Mnnkato, Minn., !Nov. 9.?John A. Willard, a millionaire banker, made an assignment to-day. The liabilities are about $480,000 and the apeets are largely in real estate. He was worth over $2,000,000 about two years ago. JUST RECEIVED.?1,000 pounds Lownfcy's chocolatep and bou bons at 50c a pound?CATOGNFS. 2 A NOCTURNAL VISITOR. J ; Mr. Gtsh Surprised to Find a Man In His Hous*. About 2 o'clock yesterday morning J. ID. Glsh, who lives ou Fourth avenue northwest, whs awakeued by a noiae in his front bail mid on investigating it fouud a niHU in the act of going up stairs. The strnuuer teas immediately captured and with the assistance of his sons; Mr. Gish succeeded in lodging bis prisoner behind the bars of the city jail. He gave his name as Blackburu and said that he bad made a mistake in the house, as he thought be was going to tbo room of a friend in one of tbo houses in that row. Ho was given a hearing in tbo police court yesterday morning and he gave Justice V?'o?d the same statement except that he had come to ?ho conclusion his name was Smith instead of Blackburn. As ho couhl could give no satisfactory explanation why ho had taken eff his shoes aud loft them on the ground near the porch, he was remanded to jail and the caso continued until this morning. Smith or Blackburn claims to be from West Virginia, and that ho is a stranger, never having been in the city before. KLPaAL SOCIETY ENTERTAINED. The Elpaal Society of thr First Baptist Church were entertained last ni^ht at the residence of Mrs. Cocke, 310 Camp? bell avenue. Quite a largo crowd were present and the evening was spent play? ing games and indulging in some vocal and instrumental music which was highly appreciated. Refreshments were served at a late hour and were eujoyed to the ut? most, after which tho party broke up, all voting it a success and expressing a wish that they would'have another party. THE NEW WOMAN. Pittsbure, Nov. 9.?A girl giving her name as Elizabeth Hall, aud bei home as Parkersburg, W. Va., was arrested here to-day In male attire. The reason she gave for wearing meu's clothes was that she had no money and found that she could beat her way on the trains better by wearing trousers. She said she wanted to reach Elgin, 111. FORAKER KNOW; NOTHING. Washington, Nov. 0.?Senator Foraker this afternoou said that ho thought the most of the disturbance over the Ohio Benatorship was in the Democratic papers. He says he does not know a thing about tho light; except what he has seen in the newspapers. He has not talked with Gov. Hushnell uor any of the menibers elect of the legislature and does' not know what is contemplated. - THESE ARE TRYING TIMES. Nervous [breakdown i" getting to be a very common trouble and ordinary prac? titioners canuot successfully treat it. Many people are ^predisposed to it; with some it is brought on by overwork ar.d worry; tbo oast lew years have been such trying ones for our men and women. Such cases need soothing treatment: the nervous tension must be lessened so that you can sleep. If you don't sleep your nerves will never regain their wonted calm. Dr. Greene's remedies for the nerves nre wonderful. They assist nature and there is no reaction. Fortunes are constantly being spent by the wealthy in fruitless search for lost nervous strength. Write to tbo great specialist, Dr. Greene, at 35 West Fourteenth street, New York city, nnd ho will show you the sure road to recovery and charge you nothing for the advice. No one is qualified to advise you as he is. His experience is greater than thnt of any other practicing rhysi cian. His discoveries have saved thou? sands from despair. The great remedy. Dr. Greene's Nervurn. is only one of his grand medical discoveries. TRIMMED HATS AT HALF PRICE. All our imported hats and bonnets will be sold at a great .sacrifice this week; come and take your pick, as the prices are cut in half for this week only. PALAIS ROYAL, 101 Salem avenue. ON MURDER RENT;. Philadelphia, Nov. 9.?Charles Gil barth, a ciuar maker, residing on Law? rence street, this afternoon shot hi* father-in-law, Frederick Futz; his son, Frederick Futz. Jr., and then shot him? self through the head. It is thought that all three will die. The shootiug was tho result of a fam'ly quarrel. KNIGHTS OF LAHOR. Louisville, Kv., Nov. 9.--Tne twenty first annual meeting of the Knights of Labor was called to order to-day by Uen eral Master Workman Sovereign. The proceedings are secret and will last for ten days. Action will probably be taken to-morrow- on the Hazletoujriots. Sover? eign refuses to state whether the conven? tion will affirm the Chicago platform. HE CAN bTAND IT. Newport, K. I., Nov. 9.?Cornelius Vanderbll t's palncodiere,' 'The Hrenkers,,: was slightly damaged by fire this morn? ing. FOR FREEDOM'S CAUSE. Tampa, Fla., Nov. 9.?Nine carloads of munitions of war passed through hero to-night for Key West. It is supposed that they were destined for Cuba. CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET. Chicago, Nov. 9.?The leading fu? tures ranged as follows: Wheat? Opeu. Close. December. 92* ill 5 Corn? December. 2G$ 2(1} Oats December . 19f 10} Pork December. 7.57 7. ?15 Lard? December. 4.22 4.15 Ribs December.4.-12 4.35 FREE PILLS. 1 Send your address to IL E. Hucklen & Co., Chicago, and get a free sampie box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A trial will convince you of their merits. Thnse pills are easy iu action and are particu larly effective in the cure of constipation and pick headache. For malaria and liver troubles they have been proven in? valuable. They are guaranteed to be perfectly free from' every deleterious substance and to be purely vegetable. They do not weaken by their action, but by giving tone to the stomach anil bowels trreatlv iuvigorate the system. Regular si/.o 25c per box. Sold by Massie's Phar? macy. . , . Maccaroons, ledy fingers, kisses, cream puffs, pound cuke, fiuit cake, at CATOGNl'S." DR. CADY'S CONDITION P?W DERS are .just what a horfae needs when in bad condition. Touic, blood pu'rilier and vermifuge. Thev are not food but medicine and the liest lu use to put a horse in prime condition. Price 25 cents per package. For sale by TL C. Barucs. "He puts up prescriptions." WOOD! WOOD!! WOOD!!! For PINE or OAK wooil?by the OOKD or by the LOAD?prepared for COOKIXG STOVES or in BLOCKS FOR HEAT? ING STOVES, go to W. K. ANDREWS & CO., 219 falem avenue. Their helled teams nre always ready to deliver it. Don't misi tho Dress Goods Sale at Enock's Bazaar, 31 Salem avenue. Bicycle tiiven away free. Goods cheaper than ever. Gravatt's Fair, 9 Salem ave? nue. Malaga Grapes, direct from Spain, at CATOGNl'S. ? Go to the Kadford Steam Laundry for the Famous Flexible Finish. Porploxitle? of tl??? lJoston Conductor*. The Boston street-car conductor is trying very hard to euro himself of his habit of calling his feminine pafi' sengera "lady'-' and "Mrs. Lady." He has not as yet-hit upon a uniform method of addressing them, and, in his indecision, has resort to "hi, Kay," "missis." and "ma'am." but ho will doubl loss settle upon the right thing eventually. The other day, on a Hunt? ington avenue car, a conductor, who had evidently given much attention to the subject, won special distinction for himself by the use of the word "madam" in this regard, but there is no rose without a thorn. Among his passengers was a colored girl, who carried a large bundle, doubtless tho week's wash of some patron. She ask? ed him to atop at a certain street, and when the car arrived there he said to the gentle Afro-Americau: "This is your street, madam." She at once gave him an angry look, and said with marked asperity: "Who's yer calling madam? Watcher mean by Insultin' rue? I'd have you know I'm a lady, I am." With which she hustled indig? nantly to the street. StrniiK?* ThiiigH Ptlotlllitttlc This is the age of things pneumat? ic. A St. I<ouls man has invented a rubber cloak which can be transformed into a mattress by blowing it up. Ev? erything is blown up nowadays. A (latent has been granted for a kind of :ap which, being blown up, may be made to serve as a pillow at night or as a life preserver in rast of shipwreck. This is a most convenient thing to travel with on the ocean. There is also a life preserver corset. Better than any of these, how? ever, is a peculiar buoyant fabric de? vised by a German. It is interwoven with the quills of gese or other birds and is intended for wearing apparel or for linings. So light is it that :i per? son on a voyage, if clad in a suit or dress of it. may be sure of floating in case of disaster or falling overboard. All kinds of fancy baskets filled with tropical fruits at. CATOGNl'S. The up to-date assortment of Clonks and Capes at Knock's Bazaar is north your inspection. Their Plush Capo at $2.08 and Astrachan Cape at $.1148 'are unusual bargains. Their lower' and higher numbers are equally'reasonable in price. OLD PAPERS for sale at 'flic Times office. Good for putting under carpets. OUR REPUTATION . . . is a?? much a guarantee of the value of the jewelry and silverware we sell you as "sterling" is a guarantee that the silver is 025-1000 line. The silversmith'sstamp merely vouches for the quality of the ware. Our name insures you the pick of the latest and most artistic designs. It warrants the belief that you hnve receiv? ed your mcney's worth. See our styles. L. VOIGT, JR., 104 SALEM AVENUE. HIGH ART s the Grade of Clothing We Handle at Moderate Prices. Finely tailored, e<uml to custom make, perfect? ly finished with the best fr" . trimmings, and they fit to perfection. The fabrics are the latest in plaids, in the newest shades, $0.50, $8.50, $10?pay up to $20. Don't pass us by when considering the purchase! of an Overcoat for yourself or boy; 'twill be money in your pocket. Elegant Kerseys in the newest shades', $<}..r)(> up to $20. Stormy weather Mack ljlG?U( intoshes form an impor \ tant feature of our stock. 4L? All new, all fresh, all re liable goods. Prices range from $3 to $15. Men's and Boys' Underwear. We show an exceptionally strong line of Men's Shirts and Drawers in all the newest shades?Scarlet, Tan, and Natural Wool. Prices range from 25c up to $2.50. Bring thai boy in for his new suit. A great stock to select from. OUR PRICES ALWAYS UNDER OTHERS. ????????o-? ?????' Philadelphia One-Price Clothing House. CATOGNI BROS -MANUPACTDRKHS AMD DHALEItS IN Mouldings, Brackets, Shingles, Laths,Ifyifv? Cement, Plaster, Hair, Bricks, Sash, Doors, Blinds, Etc., Etc. Office 1 10 Campbell St. 'Phone 174. TO OUR NEW SBSBBBSS 0 PRICES IN THE CL We must clear our stock of Cloaks within the next 20 days. The room they occupy will have to be vacated; therefore, we are compelled to place such prices on the entire stock which will in? terest everybody and move them quickly. Persons who usually wait until later in the season to buy Cloaks should take advantage of this greatly reduced price sale. thi and for next twenty s 150 Ladies' Jackets. 100 Clotli Capes. 50 Plush Capes. 100 Misses' Jackets. All to go at Cut Prices. $S Jackets for $5.75. $10 Jackets for $7.08. $12 50 Jackets for$9 75 $15 Jackets for $11 98 LADIES' FINE CLOTH CAPES. $5 Capes for $8 99 0 $8 Capes for $5 75 $10 Capes for $7 98 $12 50 Capes for $9 75 $15 C:lpes for $11 50 PLUSH Ar D VELOUR CAPES. $6 50 Capes at $4 25 $s 50 Capes at $5 75 ? $10 Capes at $7 98 $15 Capes at $11 $18 Capes at $14 75 $25 Capes at $18 50 $30 Cap^s at. $22 50 MISSES' JACKETS. $0 50 Jackets, 12 to 18 years, at $4 99 $8 Jackets at $5 75 $10 Jackets' at $7 98 $12 J ackets at $9 98 ust be Closed To Vacate The Room Occupied By Them Before The 25th Instant.