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Danville Roanoke Daily Times (Newspaper) - October 17, 1896, Danville, Virginia8 the Roanoke times. Saturday. Octoba a 7 17 ton i a tee e1thdsiasv keeps up a Ell tvo t Limuti Artim Brut pm to to see our imitators sticking their Windo is full o signs �?o$1.98,�?� �?o$1.98,�?� a a a 1.98,&Quot on shoes we sold six months ago at those figures but which we arc to Day Selling at $1.50 a our $j.s8 lines Are new composed of Goodyear welts and genuine menus calf shoes. Not machine sewed these we sell at a. 50. We Are leaders keep your Eye on us and save Money. Roanoke shoe go. The spot Cush Money Stiver a fists ass a Roanoke a. A name on every piece a Owney a chocolate boo Borys. For Sale by j. J. Catogni. St. Jame o hotel j. J. Cox proprietor. Opposite passenger depot. The Only first class $2 House in town. Electric lights and Call Bells in each room. Newly papered and painted. Capacity i 50. Stokl i cd it of a. Peculiar simple a of tic Liml cum a by the measuring process. It is a Coimin oily accept tool theory that Man Steps that u feet Ami Many a tract of land Lias Lieen a Oil ins ten i a if Meas Vireil with a Chain. In the West they obviate the of surveys by tin land being inv Heil into sect it this but in i Vnti Sylvania much of the property especially in the mountains must still be tie scrub Cal by metes Ami Bourns. In one of the counties in West Ivun Sylvania Are two Brothers one of whom is tall Ami Lank the other Short and fat. Many years am they purchased a tract of Mountain lamp calling for a mile situate. They divided the labor of measuring it one stepping old one Side and the other the other aide. Then they fenced it in and were perfect in satisfied until recently when suit was brought to recover a considerable tract o. Land. brother a wore that he knew the measurement to be right and told Bow it Bud been done. Then As the spectators saw the Short legs of the one scarcely Long enough to reach the floor when lie sat in a Cluder mid the a elongated extremities of the other there was a general laugh in which the judge url attorneys joined. Upon surveying it was found that one Lino was a mile and a half Long and the other Only a Little Over a half Star. A i to please. A Man was taking his usual dose of pork and Beans in a restaurant at Olympia and found two Silver dimes in the Beans. Calling the waiter lie bowled out in an Iupati Eft Mauner a there what kind of a Lay out is this i have found Twenty cents in my Beans a a Well you Are hard to please a replied the waiter. A yesterday you growled about not having any change Iti your let la a Seattle times. Feather Boos at. Merits. A the bazaars at 39 , my friends have arrayed against us every enemy of society and every Man who seeks to make slaves of those with whom lie Denis 1 am glad that they Are not Oil our Side 1 my glad that i have not in support of a Nijiu who intends to foreclose he mortgage if men do not vote As lie wants them to. 1 would rather remain an Humble private citizen than to hold tie most exalted office in this la Milf i bad to receive my commission from men who know As Little about the Genius of our institutions As the Money Lender whose language 1 have quoted. My friends this clipping was Cut to me by a Man who had always been a Republican. A Man who owed a mortgage of $1,001 on a farm which used in lie Worth $�5,000, and who stated in his letter that under the Gold Standard he expected to have to give up his farm because under a Gold Standard Farmers cannot pay their mortgages and simply have to lose what they have invested and turn their Laud Over to the Man who Loans iii Money and uses his mortgage to intimidate american citizens. There were no new features in the address of or. Bryan at Niles that City was reached at 11 30 Anil he addressed a crowd of several thousand for Twenty minutes. At Dow tits or. Bryan found that cd congressman William 1. Bynum was to speak from the same platform lie occupied a few hours after the and in order to prepare the Sil orites of that City for or. Bynum s speech he quoted what or. Bynum Imd said on the subject of finance in 1886. Jacksen mich., oct. 16.�?brief stops were made at Decatur and Lawton where or. Bryan a poke front the car platform to enthusiastic crowds. When Kalamazoo was reached a great crowd greeted the special a Atri Ages were in waiting and or. Bryan was escorted to Brewer s Lark where Many thousands were gathered. At least one Quarter of the throng was unable to get within bearing of the candidate. In his speech or. Bryan attended to Edward Lute reach chairman or the Republican committee of Kings county. N. Y. A i am not like a prominent Republican of new York Rity who said the people May tint lie willing to submit said lie Quot i say the american people will submit to whatever a majority of tin american people decide a Marshall was the next Stop. Hut. Here instead of making a speech the candidate served As introduced. said friends i am not going to have time to talk to you but i simply want to make a Little speech in the introduction of a famous anarchist who is going to speak after 1 am done. Now i want you when lie gets up to talk to you to take a Good look at him. Lie is a typical anarchist. You will probably see his picture in Harper a weekly next week. His name is Hon. Albert Williams and lie lives in Ionia mich., and lie was introduced two years ago at Ionia by or. Mckinley As the Only survivor of the sixteen who met cd adopted the ill Sec Republican platform and suggested the name of the Republican party on the sixth of july 1854, under the Oaks at inc Sou. Lie must 1 my Alt anarchist because he is with us tills year. My friends be is one of the Many men who have found it necessary to either get out of the Quot Republican party or surrender their country into the hands of foreigners and he has naturally chosen to get out of the party Anil yet my friends the Campaign of education which our opponents Are carrying in consists mainly in applying abusive names to such men. Our opponent Tell you that this country cannot lie trusted in the bands of any party or any men who have the support of such men As Albert Williams and they insist that if von want a Good gov i eminent you must turn the a overline if Over to the Wall Street syndicates and let them run it for All there is in a Brief Stop was made at Albion where yellow ribbons were in evidence. Jackson was reached at 5 of o clock and 1 the reception accorded the a my id Ato there proved to he the greatest of the Day. A multitude of people were gathered about tin station and the streets wore a Holiday pm Tranee several hands of music and a Quintier of free Silver clubs met tin Hayati party at the station Ami u procession was formed which traversed the main streets of the town. When the c Arriage conveying the nominee got within two blocks of the stand where he was to address his first audience it was stopped by the dense crowd which surged Back and Forth about the vehicle. The crowd was so great it was Iro Possi ble for the candidate to reach the speakers stand. Lie climbed to the Driver s seat find was there introduced by Thomas k. Bark Ortii the candidate for Congress in that District. It was Many minutes Lowi ver. Before or. Bryan could proceed with Bis address and lie was often interrupted by the demonstrative evidences of the a Flection of tin crowd. There was but five minutes left for or. Bryan to speak at the second meeting who ii at last the Driver had succeeded in extricating the Enrri Ngu from the crowd. When in arrived at tin place of speaking in found a repetition of the first scene. I it could not make his Way thro ii the crowd 11 the Taud and again addressed tin people from the infringe. Brief stops and Short platform talks were made at Leslie and Mason la fore Lansing was reached. Not used to luxuries. The Peculiar sorrows of a Ben n Sylvan la coloured Man Are thus set Forth by the record of a tall and heavy footed coloured Man limped painfully into a Large shoe store in Phoenix Lluc one Day recently and began to complain to the proprietor that by had been swindled. A Hyner shoes a he said a is Utility is tie Wuntz Cher seed. Dey jes Nute Holly got me All tied up in a what seems to he the trouble a inquired t he proprietor. The coloured Man scratched his Pate for a minute and said a Al o de Don t know. Hit show by seem Folk somebody done cast n spell on or Fust Dey feels nil right and Den de next Day Dey hurts to a the dealer took a look at one of the shoes then he began laughing. A a you re not used to wearing a hoes Are you a he asked. A Well Boss a was the reply a of Doan Wear them much a Las a a Well the trouble is you be got them on the wrong a no said no both Quot cried the negro a Dev Uin null in wrong if malt feet. A the dealer explained the Dille Reniee Lee tween right and left and the customer went away Cippy. A. J business firm a 600 Miles away 7 rites us tor quotations and says its letter of inquiry is prompted by the impressions left upon an examination of some of our work. We like to Send out work of this kind it pays our customer and us too. The Best or a kind is the Best to get. The Stone printing and manufacturing co., opposite hotel Roanoke ed\7. L. Stone president. A a Roa noice a. Com going miss m. Lutie Davison 1ms returned after a visit of several months to her Friend. Miss Bowers in Culpeper and friends in miss Minnie Davison returned yester t to friends in. Southeast Roa la a Home after a s in Franklin Day after ii pleasant vis Fredericksburg. Miss Sullie Davis of this City returned this evening after a visit of two months to Billy Payne and brother of swamp poodle you. Friends Are glad to Back mrs. Johnnie Cool in this Clov. Miss Annie pc Nett of like Lias returned to i pleasant visit to Frient county. Airs. Rhode Sperry null miss Lynnora Kennett who have been visiting relatives and friends in Southeast Roanoke left for their Home in Franklin county yesterday. Bishop a. M. Randolph of the protestant episcopal Church passed through the City yesterday Eti route Home in Richmond. Jinx. 5. Obs Priit a a the Norfolk and Western at Radford was in the City yesterday. It. J. A Arner of Richmond who Lias been in the City several a lays went to Kentucky yesterday but will return Home in time to Vole for Brynn. Thus. M. Wood will address the voters of the Firth Ward at Bobu Samll to night. Miss Nesco Tiibi of Hollins Institute is visiting the family of w. J. Sale on Kirk Avenue. Miss Ada Hatcher of Hollins Institute is visiting the family of b. Lucy loge. Editor met Tung of the Salem Sentinel was in the City yesterday. S. K. Jones went to Bedford City yesterday. Where he was billed for u speech last night. A. P. Staples went to Crewe yesterday to make a Campaign speech. Editor c. I. Denit of the Salem times Register was in the City yesterday on business. Judge Waller r. Staples of christians Lairg arrived in the City yesterday and is visiting relatives. K. B. Stoner chairman of the county democratic committee of Bot Tourt was in the City yesterday. Or. T. W. Simmons of Martinsville was in the City yesterday in route Home from his Sisters marriage at Floyd court House. J. Ii. Cutelyn went a Norfolk yesterday on business. F. B. A Ray has gone to new Orleans where in will accept a position with his brother in tin electrical Supply business. F. T. Stone of Washington who is visiting his parents Here i. In the sick list. Mrs. It it. Baker of Chicago is in the City and will deliver two lectures on monday and tuesday afternoon in the y. M. C. A. Hull. Ii. M. Terrill and tiny. W. Apperson of Lynchburg Are guests at hotel Roanoke. Dollars Giveaway if you Are a a Gold bugs we will give you a Gold Dollar if a a Silver bugs a Silver Dollar for every drop of adulteration found in l. G. Yoe amp co s pure Maple syrup. For Sale by humter&00. A phone 198. 127 Salem ave. A Quot a i want help Quot a a help wanted it a loll pm you lome carefully helps you , Anil . Pare Trch drag. Carefully and a. A a inn accurately proscription Ara ii cult my Aid to help you from a a a a i my in uni Lone Etc. Tit to help Yon along Cono to 113 Baluci a Cebu to Sec Sam Stone. Of. Are How opon and ready for business at 114 Salem Avenue with a full line of attempt cd to jail. Last night find Steiner Cher and Chas. Arthur attempted to break jail. They were confined in a cell but some Way or other managed to get a saw by the use of which they 8 a wed the steel bars and got into the corridors anti would have soon worked their Way through one of tin windows bad not. One of the trusty Given the alarm. Jailor tra Lulham was soon on the scene and a shot from i pistol Hail tin effect of bringing the outlaw.-. To their senses. They scampered Back to their cells from which they were promptly taken Ami la a a ged in the Dungeon a Here they will remain thu til this morning. A Xiru precautionary methods will in adopted in the future to assure the holding of these men. Council it is Siide stood has been warned time after t inn of the necessity of providing some Means of Protection to tie windows of the jail us t lie saw in t lie Possession of the inmates was evidently Given in through the window thu safety of the jailor demands that this matter in remedied. As a dangerous and deadly weapon can he placed in the hands of a during criminal As easily of the saw was Given to Steiner Cher. Dry goods and notions. A fit. F Baker manager. Amsk mints. Harlow Bros. Minstrels at the Academy of music to night. This popular organization of Black face artists will be the attraction at Academy of music to night beaded by the next president of minstrelsy Harry Ward. That they have a Good show we do not need to say their reputation insures it. The Barlow Brothers managers always looking How to Best please the Public Long ago decided that but one Way was possible and that was not Only to keep their entertainment abreast but Iund i Vanee of other minstrel shows. This Rule bus been rigidly adhered to. And the result has been its own justification. In Joying the Confidence of the Public they have no Feni in engaging he highest priced Talent because they know that All such investments Are always repaid by tin increased patronage . Their tour this season has been one continuous ovation. car. The big White Salem car know As no. I. Cause out a if the shops yesterday with a Vestibule wind and weather screen at i with ends nud a new Brake fashioned like the steering wheel of a Snail Steamer. The improvement will no doubt save the into run from Many a frostbite in the Winter which to stand on the front of the Salem ear and face the winds As it howl Over the Mountain produces real suffering. The Roanoke Motorman a re a faithful obliging set and deserve Only the Best accommodation that can be obtained. Tur St. Jam is Register. Harry Smith Greet Ihlstrom n. C. J. B. Sweatt c Leveland ii. 1. Maxwell Xor Folk ii. K. Sours mrs. J. I. Fasey new 5 urk i. L. Och Louisville j. .1. Skelton Welch w. A s. R. Tilenni Chicago k. J Fink Radford ii. W. Off Rocky mount j. Laupheimer Baltimore k. T. Sate form Villa h. A. Hop Kins Richmond. New dress goods and trim tilings at a the to attend iii Rich. Tin Roanoke Meh in works it mails will attend services in a body to Morrow night at the first presbyterian c Hurch to hear their regular annual Scruton preached by their chaplain Rev. Or. Campbell. Want i a position by Young Man of Good address. Experienced advertisement writer. Best City reference and Small salary expected. Address a or. K. H.,m care Roanoke times. Second presbyterian Church. The Rev. R. \ Anderson gave n lecture last night on Bis recent trip to Scotland. It was illustrated with a number of very Fino views of historic places in that land. Quite a Good audience was in attendance and the lecture was Well received. Did you Sec those 5 cent Outing flannels the a Bazaar a school books and supplies at lowest prices. fair j Salem Avenue. Amos Keag Chin Grams and Wanton flannels at 5 cents at a a the cloaks and Cape arc needed. A the bazaars is the place to go to get Good values. All Wool a in Direh Serges in All colors at let cents at a the we have a wonderful bargain in a new ii i and piano. Will sell it it a sacrifice. J. K. Rogers amp co. Are now in our new quarters. Everything new and inviting All in to it see us. J. K. Rogers a amp co., no. 11 Jefferson Street. Watt Rettew amp Clay. Eiderdown. To have contracted with the leading manufacturer of eiderdown in the United san is to furnish us Shirgu quantities of these go oils this season. 0kmd yesterday one Case All Wool heavy eiderdown in Cream Pink baby Blue sky Blue Navy Garnet Cardinal medium Grey dark Grey tan and Brown. Value generally �17 1-l�?Tc. Our great Leader at Only 25 cents. One Case pure lambs Wool the pretty Nappy material resembling eiderdown heavy weight in Brown Tun Grey Cardinal Cream sky Blue Anil Pink nowhere Tobe foul less than 50c�?our Price i is 2c. Chenille curtains. In addition to the Many big values already Anutt Luecil we mention this special which goes on Sale teds week Only 50 pairs in this lot full �5 Yards Long generous Width dad oed at top and Bottom Long heavy Tassel fringe at top colors medium Brown Golden Brown Garnet Maroon Olive Obi Rose old Blue dark Peacock Blue Only $2.50 per pair. Blanket business. Our Blanket business is assuming Gigantic proportions As is attested by the hundreds of pairs already sold. Some More big cases of them just opened for this weeks distribution a the Cray ones first. One Case 00 pairs heavy Silver Grey thu Silver color does not affect their Sterling qualities generous size in Runtch a Pun Wool filling no better to in had tor than $2.50, and the Blanket Are Here to Back tin assertion our Price $1.89 pair. It it to Case very dark Grey fleeced blankets 12-1 extra Large and these Are Only $1.25 pair. Another Case 85 pairs Good size medium weight Grey marked 10-1, Worth 75c and they go for 5ur pair. Heavy 101 in y blankets per pair dark Grey 11 1 blankets extra i Davv $1.25 10-4 heavy Grey blankets $2 111 heavy Grey blankets $�5. The White Blanket a one cum heavy California blankets right from the Mills at fan Diego Cal one of the prettiest 1 blankets made value $s.75�?they Are to be rushed off at Only $7. One Case 12-4 extra heavy Blanket warranted every film pure Wool both Warp and filling Worth anybody a six dollars�?$5. On cease 11-4 blankets warranted nil line Wool both Warp and filling heavy weight. No greater value Ever shown $4. One Case 10-4 blankets warranted absolutely All pure Warp and filling a not coarse hairy stuff but line clean Wool Only $2.75 and they Are Well Worth $�5.��?��. One Cam 11-4 big Fleecy blankets very Strong value a big Trade clincher Only $1 pair. One Case 10-4 Long fleece blankets they go at 75c pair should he $1. One Case 10-4 White blankets us Only 50c pair. Funnels. Extra heavy Scarlet flannel warranted All pure Wool and will not fade such rare value is Seldom to be seen 25c. Our medicated Scarlet flannel extra weight lit a we is a great seller Only two or three pieces left. Heavy All Wool Grey willed flannel Only 25c. 54-Inch half Wool Grey flannel 25c. Greatest value on Earth our 27-1 neb Crennie flute Kiel All pure Wool at 25c. Jmj Inch Cream All Wool flannel at Only o3c, cheap at 12c. Try our litre lambs Wool Flaurel at �59c. J52-Incb Lam by a Wool flannel 42c. 30-Inch in tube a Wool flannel 50c. Special opened yesterday one lot Fine Cream Wool flannel As soft Ami pretty As you get or saw Well Worth �57 i-2c�?this goes out As ii Trade Surprise at 25c. Ladies capes and jackets. This department is now fairly teeming with business. It a daily being filled with the choicest tilings. We arc saving Money to hundreds of buyers. Why not you try us the department is under the personal supervision of die a manager assisted by two comic Cut Saleswoman. Comforts. Gmal Lemivy comforts 60c, 031 -2c mid a it. Xico heavy weight a comforts Tull so l san Etcil Wotli White Cotton at �m.�o6 ill if 1.60. One ease Ilce Cit i mint Ion at it. 7 6. Two rates celebrated Imperial red of j warranted not to stain or fade stud a a with sett Island Cotton .s\i.60. One ease rent eiderdown Comfort Quot Tunde of lit. Finest French Fontine is Lump same As silk Only 6, cheap at $0.50. Ltd sheeting special. Tine ease of tin celebrated Mohawk vat Ley Sheet into i tin lit Width actually measures 7s incites by the Stirp Slick a this is a Nood Standard make and f one of the very Liest medium priced Sheet inns in tie Market it. Is to no at Only 16 tints. On would lie competitors will try to show you Quot As Cood Quot a done to take it our is 60 per rent bet Ter than any other a tills Price in it Inoke. See Mir line of Sheet inns we handle Noti Lotf cheap of t malty. Silks 8ilks at 76c, the latest in Black Urne Adt Satin designed especially far Sparan skirts or sepate waists the new in Rte designs done to fail to see it so Inch. You can to Tret a better pm Tel. At 60c, a a i Inch Lilite tilt cat All Pur silk. At 76c, so Neli heavy Illek Tel teen. At 25c, Ltd Inch China in Black ail colors All silk. At Olle our a teat favorite in coloured China Silks an excellent a mile so Meh. Watt Rettew amp Clay. Catogni Brothers lumber lumber lumber it will be to the interest of Anjone who Are building or those who contempt ate building to interview Catogni Brothers and to through inspect their so Ock and get their prices be Ore in to chasing. All criers shall have Thor in a careful and prompt rate Nylon and most part Eul arly Meil criers. They Curry a Ait Ato k of North Carolina Longi Leaf i rough and Dresser shingles laths flooring ceiling Anil siding All kinds of mouldings brackets scroll work balusters amp a. Their Sah. Doors and blinds Are Sci cited for in the Best material and work a dip second to none. Shnur a 6 on need Lime Cemen a hair plaster or bricks done to forget you can find the. M it Catogni Bros., Jos. W. Hodges manager. Yards Salem Avenue and Campbell St office no Campbell Street e. A phone 174 Worth winning hat $400 Pialo

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