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26 Salem Ave 25 Campbell Ave. We invite an inspection of our Special Reduction Sale, beginning Monday morning, November 8th, and lasting one week only. The grand march of tlie Joost ?uperb silk exhibition is on. Look or bey. Look at least, and seo what the silk world has produced this season. Pretty aud dainty design* of Fancy Two-Toned Brocaded Silk. HOe. ASTONISHING VALUES. $1 Black Brocades, this week G5c a yard. Black All Silk Peau de Sole, $1.19 value, 75c a yard. Special AU Silk Black Faille, $1!value, 75c 33 inches wide Blnck Satin Duchese, actual worth $1.25, 85c a yard. Solid aud Figured Taffeta S'lk, actual worth $1.25, 75c a yard. New elTects and colorings in 1 Ionian Stripe Silks, from 75c. to $1.25 a yard. The helping hand in Colored Dress Goods has a yip on the prices that is In? comparable. Any color or kind at the kindest nrices that, one could tvish for? 25c a yard to $1: the former worth dou? ble, the latter $1.85 wholesale. Ladies' Wool Jersey Ribbed Vests and Pants. ' The remarkable stoiy Is the best $1 ones for 50c a garment, shite or natural. Only about twenty-live dozen in all. Cotton, heavy ribbed, our usual 87-Jc grade, white or natural, vests or pants, 25c a garment. Nc. Ill, Men's Heavy Random Silver Grey Double Thread Shirts and Drawers. This sale ;i5c a garment; regular 50c giade. No. 544, Men's Merino Natural Wool Shirts and Drawers, improved finish, 75c giade fo?- 50c a garment. Boys', Misses' and Children's' n ? SCHOOL HOSE. Special lot for this sale. Fist Black, all sizes, 5 to Hi, double knee, seamless, spliced heel and toe, full fashioned, rib? bed hose, extra heavy, to be sold for 10c a pair. A Gathering of Gloves, Of Good Gloves? TIME TRIED AND WEAR-TESTED BRANDS. Two-buttoned Black, Brown, Bed, Modes and White Kids, heavy embroid? ered backs, 7!lc?$1 grade. We have dressed and undressed Kids for $1 a pair, In all the new shades, lock stitched, four button, heavy embroidered backs. Ladies' Pure Wool Cashmere Stiff Top Gauntlet, 25c a pair, for driving use. Ladies', Children's and Misses' Fine Cashmere Mittens, in black and colors, 15c a pair?25c urade. Ladies' Thibet Finish Cashmere Jeisey Gloves, guaranteed fast black, 25c a pair, :>7ic grade. GIVEN AWAY. During this sale we will give to every customer who buys a pair of our Lace Curtains, from 75c a pair and up, an Oak, Cherry or Walnut Bole, with brass fixtures complete, FREE. One case French Eiderdown, all colors, for morning Jackets and Children's Cloaks. 25c a yard during this sale. BLANKETS AND COMFORTABLES. PRICES FOR THIS SALE ONLY. Pure White Blankets, 11-4, pink and blue border, for $1?our $1.50 grade. 1 case very fine 11-4 Blankets, $2.50 quality, $1.75. All-Wool 11-4 Virginia Blankets, $8?. match them if you can. Red Blankets "Waverly." 10-4 All Wool, warranted both warp and fillim?, ( $2.50. Silver Grey Blankets, 11-4, 7oc, worth $1.25. i A perfect beauty for $1.50, worth dou? ble the value. ' The lamest comfort in this city for 502. and better ones for 05c and H5c, and still better for $1.25?worth t'ouble the ? price. TABLE LINENS. The best Germ An and Irish Table Dam? asks anil Napkins are to be had here. !l* Fill up the Linen Closet now. Our \ prices?well, match them if you can. Stylish Cloaks, Capes, Millinery for well dressed women. Are you com? ing this week to take a tjlininse at them: SOME LOCAL NEWS We are not the oldest coal and wood dealers in the city, neither are wo the youmtest. Hut we were tho FIRST to GIVKTHE PEOPLE CHEAPER COAL. This is the point that should interest you. .T. II. WILKINSON* & CO., 'Pbcne 210. Virginia Carriage Factory No. 405) Henry street, opposite P.O. Headquar? ters for uli kinds of repair work. For good bread and pastries use HYGIENE PATENT,FL,OUR. manufac? tured hy Rosuoko Gr? ct-ry and Milling Oompmiv. Wholesale Grocers end Mer? chant Millers. REMEMBER. For only tlueo days wo are offering special rates to Petersburg^ Norfolk and Huntington. S. B. PACE & CO., Bro? kers. Members A. T. B. A. APPROACHING MARRIAGE. Tho engagement of Dr. S. Simon, of this city, to M iss Sarah Bushweller, of Danbury, Conn., has been made public and the marriage will take place in the near future. Miss Bushweller is a niece of G. May, of 122 Salem avenue, and has boon visiting her undo for several months past. Dr. Simon is an e>e specialist, ha vine resided here for the past year. ABE PERRY IN TROUBLE. Abo Perry hud his loft leg fractured about four inches below ?he hip joint last night about 7 o'clock In a very peculiar, way. I. .T. Meals, of the firm ot Men's & Burke.euught Perry with an empty gocds box belonging to tho firm on his shoulder. Mr. Meals made him put tho box down, lie claimed that he bad purchased it from one of the clerks. Perry was forced in the storo and all the clerks denied having sold him the box, whereupon Mr. Meals led him to tho door and shoved him out. He fell on the sidewalK with the above result. It was alleged that Perry was intoxicated when the accident occurred. Perry was carried into the office of Dr. .Tones,wbere surgical aid was rendered by l)rs. Jones and Brown. Perry claims that In? purchased the box and was as saulted and kicked by Mr. Meals. The statement made by Mr. Meals regarding the affair was corroborated by several witnesses. Van Lear's Cold Capsules cure bad cold? more quickly than any other reme? dy, 25c. Van Lear Bros., druggists. CITIZENS' MEETING. All members of the citizens' commit? tee aro requested to meet at. the ofllce of the KvKiiing \\ orld this morning at 10 o'clock. Business of importance. JOS. T. fiNGLEBY, Chairman. HYMKNIAL. W. L. Giles, of the E. H. Stewart Fur nitnre\;oinpany, and Miss Blanche Hutch? inson, a popular and attractive sales? lady of the same establishment, were married Wednesday evening at 8:30 o'clock at the residence of the bride, No. 24 Ninth street southeast, Rev. T. J. Shlpman, pastor of lbs First Baptist Church, biing the officiatim minister. At 0 o'clock the wedding party partook of an elegant supper, ami on yesterday they left for Rocky Mount to visit the parents of the groom, after which they will return to Roanoke, their future home. STOCK'S Best Patent' and J. E. M. Flour. C. L. SAUL & CO. GOODS SHIPPED TO ROANOKE. The private uflice of Chief of Police Irwin represented a rather unusual ap? pearance yesterday morning. Mr. S. ?. Anderson, of the freight claim agent's office at Roanoke, was on hand with sev? eral assistants, packing in boxes and bales the. large amount of gooils recov? ered from the negroes who nibbed a freight car of the Norfolk and Western at Islaud yard, about a month ago. It re? quired live large boxes and a bale to con? tain the goods, which were snflicient in quantity and variety to stock a small country storo. \ The goods were shipped to Roanoke, where they will be sold at auction. The negroes who did the steal? ing and concealment were tried in the corporation court last week.?Lynchburg News. THANKS RETURNED. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Moorman take this method of returning their i hanks for fa vor? and attention shown them in their recent bereavement in the death of their only ton. TO SUPPLY THE PULPIT. Rev. B. Lacy H?ge will supply for Rev. 0. S. Christian, who is in Indiana holding a meeting, at Springwood on Sunday, November 14th. and at Flncas tle Sunday, November 21st. Lovino's Pure Olive Oil Castile Soap, made in Turkey, ~>c take. Van Lear Bros., druggists. OFFICERS ELECTED. A meeting of the federated board of the File Brotherhoods of tho Norfolk and Western Railroad Company nu t in this city yesterday morning in the Knights of Pythias hall and erected C. Hicks, of Bluefleld, president, "nd C. E. Laynmn, of Troutville, secretary. The members fr'm the various organizations compared notes and transacted other business of a routine nature. Honner's oysters and meals needs no recommendation?they recommend them? selves. Best on earth. Fresh lot velvet molasses candy?10c, I5c and 2.r)c boxes?CATOGNl'S. REMEMBER tliuNelnis Coal Company sells the very best block stove wood. See ad. on page 4. AT AUCTION. Beginning on November lGth I will offer for sale at public auction my stock of goods. Sale will continue from day to day nntll the entire stock is sold. K. HORD1SH, 10 20 4w 128 Salem avenue. MA.I. LEWIS FORGING AHEAD. The Bonlfay, Fla., Breeze says: "Maj. A. Lewis i? conversation with a Breeze reporter a fow days since expressed him? self as more than certain that tobacco will be a success in this section and he wi I prove his faith by planting thirty acres next year. He has engaged an ex? perienced man hi a good round salary to superintend the entire work, from the plantiug to the final packing for sale. A largo barn will be.erected and the Major wlli provide every facility for handling the crop to the best advantage. This will afford our other farmers an oppor? tunity to get their crop handled as it should be. and enable them to get the highest possible price for their leaf. Plnnt tobacco. ?' Van Lear Bros offer an all-Havana cigar for Gc. light color. It's a good one. EPIDEMIC OF FEVER. The Bristol Courier says: A party writing to a friend in Bristol states that typhoid fever is epidemic at Wytheville: that there are at present 200 cases in that community and that new ones are devel? oping daily. POLICE COURT. There were only two or three small cases before the police justice yesterday. A colored man was liued $2 for trespass? ing on the N. and W. railroad, a white man paid $5 for being drunk and down. Two cases ivere continued. Fines as? sessed amounted to $7 and $5 was col? lected. GRAND CONCERT BY ROANOKK CHORAL SOCIENY. Our citizens have a geuuine treat in store for them on next Thursday night at the Academy of Music. The Choral Society itself is worth the price of admis? sion, to say nothing about the celebrated artists who are to assist. See what the Allentown Call says of Miss McGuckin: "Of Miss Kate C. McGuckin, ibo con? tralto soloist, one must speak in the su? perlative. Nothing of the kind has been heard hero this year. Hers is a voice full and resonnnt aud she sang irith a depth and volume that thrilled and took her audience by ^storm. She was coin palled to respond t o two encores. To the first one she rendered exquisitely 'Old Kentucky Home.' Every heart throbbed to the sentiment of her sonir and every pair of hands added their tribute of ap? preciation." SNOWING AT PL'LASK I. Railroad, men coming in on the night train reported that a furiou.-i snow storm was raging at Pulaskl last night as they pissed through that place. Read St.. Chiir Bros', ad on the first page and fine out how to get a fat tur? key. _ A SMALL FIRE. There was an alarm of lire', turned lu last niirht at!) o'clock from box 51, to ,vhlch both the Juniors and Friendships responded very promptly. On investiga? tion the firo proved to be in a back flue in the house occupied by Mrs. Price on Sixth avenue, s. w., which, but for the timely airival of the fire companies, might have proved serious. No damage of any consequence was done. CONG REG AT I ON A L M E ETI NG. There will be a meeting of the congre? gation of St. John's Church immediately after the 11 o'clock service on Sunday morning next for the purpose of filling the vacancy in the board of trustees and of considering other business of the church. FIRE IN A (STORE. At 12:05 yestoiday an alarm of fire was turned In, to which th.i fire department promptly responded, but as luck would have >t their services were not needed. The fire was in Euock Bros.' store, on Salem avenue, and was caused by some decorations catching fire from an electric light. It was soon put out and but little damage was done. Cbitf McFall has the fire couipauies in apple pie order, aud they deserve to be encouraged on all oc cas<ous in their good work. HAD A GOOD TIME. A surprise party was tendered Miss Frankio Kesler at her home, No. Dili Ta/.ewell avenue s. e., last night. Those present were Misses Rebecca Hooper, Blanche Howell, Florence Ilowell, Mary Manning, Etta Kesler, Messrs. T. W. Hawkins. Jesse Franklin, John D. Mayo, Dan Rogan, .Ge-irue T. Kesler, and W. E. Airhcnrt. Refreshments were served, and all spent a most enjoyable eveniny. NOTICE. All goods left with mo ou or before September 1, 1 S;)7. anil not having been attended to up ?o date will be sold at my next auction on court day at Flucastle, November 8, lb07. S. NYBURG, 1 Jefferson street, Roanoke. Vii. THE Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland is the largest Southern bond company. Assetn, $2,1101,290.12. Bonds can be iriven in ten minutes. Rates very low. The Hrgest fire companies in the world represented. CHARLES LENS FORD & SONS, Agent?, office corner Campbell and Jefferson. "He Guts to the Bone," a H. C. BARNE Opposite Passenger Di Hoad's SHrsapar'Ua.05 I B. B. B.50 Paine*s Celery Compound.72 Tutt's Pills.1? Acme Corn Cure.25 COME AND PICNIC WITH US; II. C BARNES, The Cutter. ROLL OK HONOR. Following Is tho roll of honor for the Commerce street school for the week ending November 5: Third Grammar Grade?Dora Brans comb, Annie Crumpecker. First Grammar Grade, A Class?Fatum Becker. Thomas Franklin, Jacob Sachs, Stella Bachraoh, Irene Bachruch, Mneglo Gilcbrist, Mary* Goad, Pansy Paris, Eva Shields, Nina Thomas. ? Class - Jessie Miliner, Ida Brown, Nellie Dudley, Bessie Du Priest, Mike Stover. Seeon'' ami Third Primary Grades? Bushnell Freeman, Cecil Fielding, John Jennings, Dinah Bernard, Ray Kusen? baum, Pearl Silver man. Second Primary Grade?Clifton V?"ood rutn, Rose Didier, Anna Huse, Irene Pettlt, Madeline Ferguson, Emma Do run, Mabel EutsmInger, Bessie Evans. Second Grammer Grade?Harry Uoha, Estis Goad, Prestou Lyons, Robbie Rec? tor, William Stuart, Bennett Valentine, Ola Davif, Nellie Fielding, Gurlle Hines, Stella Kelly, Bessie Noel, Mabel Rhodes, Rosa Rosenburg, Blanche SUverstoue, Lorann Tillman. Best attendance, best deportment and best scholarship. J. LUTHER*SHEPI-E, Principal. THE FLOWER SHOW. There was a very largo crowd at the llower show last night and all wcie loud in their praises of the exhibition. The exhibit of palms and ferns is a magnifi? cent ouo and is one of the best ever seen in this State. They are beautifully ar? ranged in pyramid form and show oil' to the best possible advantage. The other potted plants aro also very pretty and especially tho begonias and chrysanthe? mums. The cut flowers most assuredly carry off the palm, as tho carnations and chrysanthemums are of the most ex? quisite shades and varieties and with a background of palms and ferns they make a most, beautiful display The musical programme rendered by the Roanoke Machine Worlds Orchestra was excellent and was thoroughly enjoyed by every one present and it rellect.-? much credit upon its leader, .las. Devon. The only thing to mar the otherwise success? ful evening was the going out of the electric lights in one of the rooms, which caused the crowd to seek refuge in the other, but fortunately it was Uter the crowd had somewhat thinned out or the room would have been uncomfortably crowded. The cause of this inconveni? ence could not be learned, but the ladles will no doubt see that they are not placed in this dilemma airaln to-night. ST. ALBANS VICTORIOUS. The St. Albans football team passed through the city yesterday on their way home from l'armville, where they played the Hampdcn Sidney team on Wednes? day. St. Albans was viccorious by the score of Ul to 0. Tho features of the game, were the all-around playing ot l/.ard, and especially his run of 100 yards through the entire Hampden Sid? ney team for a touchdown, and his goal from the field, and the tackling of Shib ley, both of St. Albans. STRAYED OR STOLEN?From the stableof Hugh Luck, near Montvale, Bedford county, on Tuesday night, No? vember 0, a medium-sized light gray horse, with dark coloring on his hind legs; about 7 years old. A suitable re? ward will be paid for information lead? ing to his recovery. CHARLES L. COCKS, Hollins, Va. Down They Go. Hall's Catarrh Cure. ."?.") S. S. S. (large).$1 25 S. S. S. (small). I?7 Cnstoria. 2'J Warner's Safe Cure. 8-1 j Allen's Sarsaparilla I la roe). 05 Norwegian Cod Liver OH Hull pint I 40 Cumin's Corn Solvent. 10 Prepared Chalk (pound). .... 10 Powdered Borax (pound). 10 Mustard Plasters (10 in box). 20 Laxative Bromo Quinine. '.7 (ienuine Vaseline?small 4c, and large. 8 Alum iper pound). H Camphor Ice. 8 Other patent medicines at same rate at MABSIE'S PHARMACY. Goods delivered promptly to any part of the city. FOR PALL?NICE TRUCK FARM. Good truck farm, 1 mile south of city, (known as the Cyphers farm) excel? lent frame dwelling of U rooms, all in good order. Largo barn. This tract con? tains about 8} acres in high state of cultivation and abundantly watered. Will rent this property monthly, subject tp sale. Apply to T. E. B. HARTSOOK, Sole Agent. A fresh lnt juicv Jamaica Oranges at CATOGNI'S. * Oysters by the'plnt, quart or imllon at Bonner's restaurant. We carry a full line of photo? graphic materials, such as glass [dates, toning solutions, solin paper and card mounts. Kodaks'rom $5 to$16. Premo Cameras from $8 to |50. Call for catnlogu'e. It's free. ROANOKE CYCLE CO., 10* Salem avenue s. w. Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 centP: supper 25 cents. Meal tickets, $4. J. Catogui'a restaurant. nd the Axe Ain't Dull Yet. S, The Cutter, jpot. CUT PRICKS: Angostura Bitters.60 Copco Soap, 2 cakes for.05 Usir Brushes.10 Pond's, Extract.86 Camm ? Corn Solvent.12 ,ou will find our prices the lowest. 'He Puts Up'.Prescriptions," 1 Opposite Passenger Depot. of buying clothing select a store where there is a i large variety to select from. All men do not have j the same tastes, no matter what Dame Fashion ' may insist upon. Our stock is complete in every | detail. We can satisfy the most critical man. , Every proper fabric, every fashionable color, every 1 correct style in SUITS AND OVERCOATS for , young men, for old men and for middle-aged men is represented in my present stock. It is the ' choicest collection of the richest, finest and | most up-to-date ready-to-wear garments ever of- , fered for sale anywhere. J I $7.50, $10, $12, Is the range of prices for both Suits and Overcoats. A big variety of fabrics, colors and patterns in every grade. Stop in and inspect them; examine the quali? ty of fabric and trimmings: not?'the style, the finish and workmanship: try them on and see how perfectly they lit, and you will be convinced that they are SUPE? RIOR TO ALL OTHER READY-TO-WEAR GAR? MENTS. Each and every one possess the custom made price. If you buy aud are not satisfied, your money back is your protection. ONE-FRICE ! g Clothiei and Furnisher, I I Campbell Avenue ami JcllerHoii Street. I ENOCK'S BAZAAR, 34 Salem Avenue. DRESS GOODS SALE. 10 pieces Fancy Effects, for children, luv. If) pieces latest effects in Fancies and Plaids, L2^c. 100 pieces Double-Width Tricot Flannel, all wool, all colors, 15c. 1 lot Plain Navy and Black Serges and Henriettas, 10c. 25 pieces Plaids, Fancy Boucles and Plain Flannels, in the latest effects, 86 and 40 inches wide, 25c. 1 lot of Plain and Fancy 50-inch Suitings, in all the latest colorings, 85c. The latest effects in Plain, Fancy and Covert Cloths, 50c. New Styles in French and English Dress Patterns. $7 the pattern. Broadcloths in all colors, 7.r?c aud $1.00. CLOAKS AND CAPES. We are showing one of the best lines of Cloaks and Capes ever brought to Roanoke, among them Plush and Cloth Capes, Plain and Fancy Cloaks, which we offer cheap er than the same quality can be bought for elsewhere. Ready-to-Wear Skirts, Lot Xo. 1. 95c. Lot No. 2, $1.00. Lot No. $2.69. Lot No. 4, $3.69. Lot No. 5, $4.75. i These hang well and are well1 , made in every way. MILLINERY,?Thia department is complete, con 1 sistingpf the latest creations in Paris Styles. Pattern 1 Hats. Bonnets and Toques, Alpines, Sailors and Tain 1 o'Shanters. Prices for trimmed and untrimmed hats 1 more reasonable than elsewhere. 1 Endless variety of Silks. Velvets, Ribbons, Ho 1 aiery, Underwear, Fancy Goods and Notions. ! ENOCK'S BAZAAR, 34 Salem avenue.