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We have comething
to say about Jackets
that ought to be of in?
terest to every house?
hold. In the first place,
we have determined
not to have a single
garment of this kind
left on our hands. We
and our former prices
ranged from $4.50 to
SI 7.50. Now
WE WILL OFFER
Our $4.50 jackets at .. $2.25
Our 7.QQ Jackets at . . 3.50
Our 8.50 Jackets at . . 4.25
Our I0.C0 Jackets at . . 5.00
Our 12.00 Jackets at . . 6.00
Our 13.50 Jackets at . . 6.75
Our 15 00 Jackets at . . 7.50
Our 17.50 Jackets at . . 8.75
LOOk OD D0W1! ItlB GOlDM.
$10.00 Plusit Capes at .$7.50
12.00 Plush Capes at . 8.50
15.00 Plush Capes at . 10.00
22.50 Plush Capes at . 15.00
12.00 Astrakhan Fur
Capes .... 8.00
15.00 Astrakhan Fur
Capes . . . 10.00
12.00 Baltic Seal Capes 8.00
18.00 Baltic Seal Capes 13.00
25.00 Baltic Seal Capes 15.00
Two Fur Collarettes, only $4
Look out for our big
cut in Millinery. In
fact all Millinery Goods
go just at half price.
Our $10 hats we will
sell at $5, Etc., and so
oiMiratcii for ltn irreal leavoMoK atroitf lb and
hoahhtolnrti*. Araniea tt?o iiod ajialRct alum
unil nlB fonzi? of a- alteration common to cheap
Hoyal Uakiku Powd'rb Co., Ntw York.
To know whurb von can buy the BEST
COAL und THE MOST OF IT FOR Tili:
LEABTM?NEY. If you an-in'crested
call at J. II. Wllkerson Co., 102 Third
street s. w. 'Phone 210.
California Pears, Washington Naval
Oranges, sweet and juicy, at Catogiii's
When in in ed of anything in the I' ed line
and your orders will receive prompt at?
tention. EASTER FKKD CO.
IK YOU BUY
Your stove from Engleby & Rro. Co.
you are sure of getting repairs for them.
Kverybody can': say that.
Take your watch to Uibarger. He will
treat you right.
Half seasoned sawed oak blocks are
llCSt for the new style of stoves. We
have them. Also Alma coal lit $3 70 per
ton. Foard Co;.I Company, 20 1 2 Salem
FOR SALE.?Black Minorca lowls. A
bargain to reduce stock. It. 1'.. ADAMS,
.115 Seventh avenue s. w.
WANTED.?Neat, Intelligent servant
girl. Apply at 501 Eleventh avenue s. e.
A LARGE ORDER.
Mr. Charles I.. Burchard, the secretary
and treasurer of the Bclir Bros. Piano
Compauy, of New York, was in the city
.yesterday and closul a contract with the
ITobbie Piano Company for a supply of |
llehr Bros, celebrated pianos for the pres?
ent year. The number of instruments
ordered is perhaps greater than any Vir?
ginia order ever given for one niake of
pianos Mr. Burchard expressed himself
as much pleased with Roanoke and
Southwest Virginia and is confident that
it will not be long before this city and
section will be enjoying an era of renewed
business activity and prosperity.
HUSTINGS COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Hustings court was in session a short
while yesterday morning and then ad?
journed till to day at 10 a. in. While
court was in session E. 1). Lawson ijilall
fled as deputy commissioner of the reve?
nue aud Mrs. Louisa Brooks qualified as
administtatrix on the estate of N. 1!.
TllF. LECTURE LAST NIGHT.
The lecture on "Italy" at the Second
Presbyterian Church last night by 1!. C.
Anderson, the pastor, was well attended.
The lecture was liberally illustrated by
st.oreoptican views and was both entei
taini'ig ami instructive.
A RUNAWAY YESTERDAY.
Two horses belonging to Horton it
Roberts got tired of standing in the cold
on the north side of the railroad at Jeffer?
son .street yesterday about 1 o'clock and
started oil' in a hurry with the carriage
to which they were hitched for the stable
on Henry street and Kirk avenue. The
driver failed to overtake them and several
narrow escapes from collision with vehi?
cles on Jefi'ersou street occurred before
the. team was Dually stopped ou Church
avenue near the new public building.
Two colored women were in the carriage
but fortunately they were not hurt. The
team aud vehicle also escaped injury.
WANTED?TO BUY OR RENT A
ir K CON D- H A N1) REMINGTON TYPE?
WRITER. APPLY AT THE TIMES
FIRE AT BLUEFIELD.
It was reported here Sunday night that
Bluefield had been badly damaged by tire
that evening. Parties from that city yes?
terday reported that three bouses hail
been,burned but further part iculars could
not be ascertained.
In the police court vesterday morning
Sam Snyder and .lack Hicks,charged with
stealing Hour from Saul & Co., weie sent
on to await the action ( f the grand jury,
dene Hicks, who was also arrested on the
same charge, was dismissed from custody,
as the evidence failed to connect him
with the case. Tom Kelly,"an old white
man, was lined ?<> for stealing a pair of
boots from Webb's shoe store and in de?
fault of payment was committed to jail
for fifteen days. Several parties were
lined for drunkenness.
Is the right number to ring up when
you want information on building ma?
terial of any kirn'. Catogni Bros will
be glad to furnish anything pertaining
to this line from the foundation of a
house to the completion, at bottom
prices. Von wilt-find their office at im
Campbell street e.
at ? .i "7/ j
ind we cunrantea th
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SUCCEEDING IN THE SOUTH.
The tallowing fipni the Tampa. Fin.,
Tribune, in regard to h. former resilient
of this city, shows that he lias met with
Rood luck in the South: J. M. Tucker
lias bought out the extensive undertaking
establishment cf S. Lovengreen, includ?
ing the stock, fixtures, conveniences and
good will of the business. Mr. Tucker is
a natve of Konnoke. Vo., and Is a grad
unto of the United States school of em?
balming. He lias been in business at
Washington and Charleston, where he
was quite successful. Mr. Tucker has
live hearses, two wh'tO and three black
ones, .vith ample teams and livery rigs.
The stock is elaborate, probably the larg?
est in the State and the class of gootls
carried is the very best.
Mr. Tucker is a brother of Hill 'Fucker,
deputy clerk ot the hustings court of this
FIRE SUNDAY NIGHT.
Fire was discovered in a row of shanty
cm beyond the roundhouse in the West
End Sunday night at about 10 o'clock and
a message was sent to the lire department,
but no alarm was sounded. The Junior
Hose and Friendship Fire Companies re?
sponded promptly,hut owing to the scarc?
ity of water and the progress of the itames
but little assistance could be rendered,
and the result was that seven ears were
entirely consumed. The yard engine sue
ceded i:i pulling several loaded cars out
of danger, thus confining the flumes to
the lodging cars. While on the way to
the lire the Juniors team ran into a wire
fence on Center street near the round
hcus ? and one of the horses was Be?*erely
but not diioccroitsly cut across the lire,ist
by the barbed wire. The occupants of j
the shanty cars saved the most of their
COMPLETING THE WORK.
Contra, tor Spangler, of York, Pa. is in
the city looking lifter the completion of
the interior of the new (ioverotnent build?
ing, which will be ready for occupancy
about the iniddlo of next, mouth.
THE Doc NOT MAD.
A largo yellow dog was attacked with
tits on Commerce street near the railroad
crossing yesterday about I o'clock and
nctsd 'n other ways so strange that it
.\as shot, and killed by a bystander. It
was afterwards ascertained that the ani?
mal belonged to a railroad fireman, and
it was said that some one had poisoned it.
a NKW SlMMXti Dl-lillY
WITH KLAT KIM AM' IIOl-XII
As t;p-to-i?aik, s.\;ai:t i
I.OOKIXfi II \r. IlltOWX IN" I
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G1LKESON & TAYLOll.
NEGRO KILLED IN* WYTHBVILLE.
Chief of Police Thomas I,. Mytirs, of
Wytlievlllo, shot and killed a negro
named Johnson there Saturday night. It
seems the ofli:er went to arrest the negro
on the charge of striking a white boy and
that Johnson resisted arrest. He si\c
eecded in throwing the oflicer tv> the
ground, it-is said,, and, getting possession
of the latter's baton was beating him over
the head when Myars drew his revolver
and shot him twice through the body,
killing him almost instantly. Myars was
arrested and put in jail and his prelimi?
nary examination set for yesterday.
There must he considerable excitement in
Wytheville over the affair as the Baldwin
detective agency l ere received a telegram
from the mayor of Wytheville yesterday
afternoon asKlng that six Winchester re?
peating rilles with a lull supply of am?
munition be sent by t he first train. The
agency wired that they could not send
them yesterday as they did t-.ot have them
here, but would send them to-day (Tue*:
day). The officer bears the reputation of
being n cool and brave man, while the
negro is said to have been of a turbulent
Y. M. C. A.
Four hundred and fourteen men at?
tended the men's meeting in Y. M. C. A.
hall Suntlay afternoon. "Job, or Tried
and Found True," was the subject of Mr.
Holla's address. He held the closest, at?
tention of the large audience and many
expressed themselves as much helped.
~Manv of our citizens are. looking for?
ward with pleasant anticipations to the
musical and literary 'entertainment to be
given under the auspices of the Woman's
Auxiliary Friday night, January 29, in
Y. M. C.* A. hall. This will be the last
opportunity to hear the talented elocu?
tionist, Miss Nellie C. Dickinson. Tick?
ets will be only 23 cents: children, 15
DEATH OF AN OLD RESIDENT.
John II. McBride died Saturday night
at the residence of bis daughter, .Mis. E.
J. Harrison, No. 40!) Patterson avenue.
Deceased came heie from Lvnchburg and
was on1 of the oldest residents of this
city, being 84 years old. The funeral will
take place this afternoon at o'clock
from the residence of Mrs. Harrison, and
will be conducted by ,Itev. J. U. Ship
mnn, pastor ot the First^Baptist Church,
after which the remains will be interred
in Fairview Cemetery.
DEATH OF CATHARINE BELL.
Catharine S., aged in years, daughter
of Frank M. and Alice Hell, died yester?
day afternoon of brain trouble at the res?
idence of her parents. No. Eleventh
avenue s. w. The remains will not be
buried until the return of Mr. Hell, who
was at Butte, Mont., when the sad new -
of his daughter's death readied him,
DEATH OK MBS. CHAPMAN.
Mrs. H. C. 'Chapman, wife of Peter
Chapman, died at the family resilience in
Vinton on Sunday of pneumonia and was
buried yesterday morning in Mountain
View Cemetery, the funeral Ix-iug from
the Baptist Church at 10:80 o'clock and
conducted by Lev. J. a. Bernhardt She
was40 years old and leaves a,husband
and five children.
Perhaps von would like one
of our 25c Tooth Ihushes.
The bustles are good qualiti
em not to fall out. We don't think yon
lied Only by Graduates in Pharmacy."
4--t?. /->re, PHARMACIST j.
LXJ.w?9) Cur. s*lcin Ave tn.i Jeff. St.
CHILD FATALLY BURNED.
A sad and fatal accident occurred yes?
terday afternoon at I o'clock at the resi?
dence of.I. 11. Beach, No. 1033 First ave?
nue n. \v., by which his little sou. Roy,
aged 4 years,was so badly burned that he
died about !? o'clock. The little fellow '
was alone in one of the rooms or the
bouse, when the attention of bis mother
was called to him by his screams. She
ran at once to his assisttn.ee and found
bis clothing all ablaze. She succeeded in
potting out the lire; but not until the
little fellow had been so badly burned
about tin- face, body and limbs that Dr.
.T. L. Stone, who was called in, pro?
nounced his injuries fatal, it was ascer?
tained from the child that be had in some
way got possession of a match and that
in his efforts to make a light be had set
lire to his clothing. Everything possible
was done to alleviate the pain of the little
sufferer, irho after lingering until the
hour above mentioned passed away. The
remains will lie interred in the City Cem?
etery at o o'clock.
DEATH OF MISS HOLCOMBE.
Miss Fannie F. Holcoinbc, daughter of
Thomas M. Holcombo, of 1211 Fourth
avenue n. w., died yesterday morning of
consumption at the family residence.
Deceased was IT years old and was lovely
in person and character. The remains
will be taken to Rocky Mount on the
noon train for interment.
A FINE UPRIGHT PIANO, FANCY
CASE, FULL SIZE. ?175.
One line upright piano, fu'l size, fancy I
case, warranted live years, for $17."? on
our new plan of easy payments, without
interest, which are the fairest and safest
of any terms offered. Hobble Piano Co.
I take tids method of returning my
sincere thanks to numerous friends for
their kind attention and sympathy in my
recent l ereuvement.
JOHN P. PATTERSON.
PHONOGRAPH MUSIC given free with
every purchase of 10 cents and over at
Jack's news depot. Ladies':Home Jour?
nal, 1 Iarper's,Scribnei'a aud Metropolitan
WE CHANGE OUR NAME FEBRU?
Ronnoke Music Company sounds bet?
ter, and suits belter lor a Koanoke house.
We make the change to avoid mistakes
that are constantly made by* our mail
going to Richmond; and uot to avoid pay?
ing anything ve owe. No change will be
made in the business or the management
of it. Give us a cnlli All out sales are
bargains- -easiest kind of terms, and no
notes to sign. Richmond Music Co. t'.
T. Jennings, Manager, Ronoke, Ya.
1 Phone |>
LET I s
A TON OF
PINE. OAK AND HICKORY WOOD
at'2111 Salem avenue. W K. ANDREWS
& CO. L
LOST Light bay mare, four years
old: good size; has a slight enlargement
over the nose; wild and skittish in
temper: foretop cut. out. For her return
to W. ('. Williams1 livery stable, a lib?
eral reward will lie paid to tinder.
We needtne MONEY. Ton need the
STOVES. ENGLEBY & BRO. CO.
(I) sters by the pint, quart or gallon
.1. I. Catogni's.
The best ANTHRACITE, KCl.' STOVE
AND NUT coal for sale by W. K. AN?
DREW'S it CO.,210 Salem avenne. Look
out for the belled teams.
EXT to going bare?
foot for solid com
fort comes our
Vouth.~' and Chil?
dren's Shoes. Bllllt
for to day's require?
ment s. Much value
for little mouey.
KOANOKE SHOE C(?.
The largest retail grocer in town says:
?We have never sold a soap that has
given as universal satisfaction as the
?Crystal Spring Soap." 11 is made right
here in Roanoke. and you should use it."
First class restaurant with all furnish?
ings for sale or tent. Apply at 10H Salem
avenue s. w.
The beiled teams of W. K. ANDREWS
& CO. are. ready to deliver you the best
nudity of CRUSHED COKE.
FOR POCAHONTAS NUT OR LUMP
COAL GO TO W. K. ANDREWS \
CO., 219 SALEM AVENUE. Their
teams have bells.
Home-made taffy, all kinds. \:, cents
per pound at .1. .1. Catogni's.
Fried Oysters. Stewed Oysters, Broiled
Oysters on'.toast, at Catogni's Restau?
COME AND SEE.
Engleby A- Bro. Co. are going to e!o-e
out all of their heating stoves before .lan
uarv 1. Better come and see.
You will never
Know how nice
I They are?
il you try a can.
come to us,
! PITMAN k EVANS,
'Phono 153. I
206 Commerce Street.
Will Be on Sale Balance of the Week-Until
All Are Closed. Some Big Bargains
Are Still Here,
Soiled i lanksts
Gents* neckwear H.& 5. Corsets
Pr ces on the abovv. :;beut one
third t) one half oi ormsr
CIS LOT OF
SPECIAL SALE GF
STILT. 52 8-:B?F
HERE'S A LIST OF THE ART!
CIES TO BE HAD:
tenants of Silks.
Remnants of Flannels.
Remnants of Ca icoes.
Remnants of Gioghams.
Remnants of -hite Goods
Remnants Gf Dress Goods.
Remnants of Embroideries.
Remnants of Outing Cloths.
Remnants of Cress linings.
Remnants of Curtain Goods.
Over 250 Dozen Gentlemen's
Collars, embracing all the lead?
ing styles of standing and lay
down collars, ?lade to sell at
11 Sc to 20c each.
! We have bought a big lot of
them and will offer the ?hole
; business on Wednesday, Jan
juary 27.li, at
or 55c the dozen.
Be on hand at this great one
third price sale of Gentlemen's
HEIRONIMUS & BRUGH.
There is not n house in Roanoke tliet uriin touch our prices for
lowne88. We re ueterniined to do business when other store* i?rc
dull. Heaides wo want to cut down stocks?PROFIT 18 A
SECOND THOUGHT. The Following figures are only in pivo you
an ideti?you'll find equally as low pi ices on everything ns those
Clearing Wonders in
A price eacrlfl.ee oC Hats such as the
memory ut Koanoke's oldest bargain
?eckerj hare never seeu iu c<|nal or pre?
cedent to -entiro stock of all iho Hats in
onr house -divided Into two absolute);
miraculous undercoat prl^o lota:
LOT 1?All this season's Ladles' Mats,
comprising almost ever j shape and almost
every coloring mado-klnus that sold up
to 75C. choice. Bn
LOT 2?All onr ladles' Hats - of this
season's shapes and styles that sold from
$1 to $1, choice..15c
All remaining stock of Kancy 1'eathera
and Wings?ottered thlsweek;cbotce.. 5c
All rsniatniug stock of Ostrich Colored
Tips -cCtered this week, for choice... 10c
About 50 LADIES' T1UMMKD HATS,
representing the prettiest. n>ost stylish
and swellest creations. In the newest
skapes and colors that sold from $3.50to
f '? your pick of any tor ouly. (l.t'J
$7 Hats for $1.98.
All oui I1U5H COST LADIES' Tit 1 Mil
EU UATb. superb and ricbly trimmed
pattern styles, comprising a collection <>f
o\cr twenty, anil ranaint. iu price from }'?
to $7?clearing sale price for choice... $t 11
Silk Black Satin Ribbon.
Silk Mack Satin and tiros drain Ktbbon:
1 l!.rh wide, 5c. :t iuci.es wide, 15c
\H " 8c. *X " **><*.
?i ?? lue. i " aic.
?>H " 13c. LS. " **>'?
Silk Black Double-faced Satin Itlbbou,
ueanv 8,C0U yards, at these price*:
1 ? in. wide, 11<- 8Ai la. w ide, SSc.
2 " 14c. 4Si " :?'C
-.'S *' 17c. *X ?'
S " Hie. 5 J'?c.
All $5 Jacket* reduced to .
All $ii Jackets reduced to.
All Si Jackets reduced to.
All $10 Jacket* reduced to.
All flu 1'lnsfc Capes reduced to.
All f 11 flush Capes reduced to.
All $u flush Capes reduced to.
All 845 Cloth Capes redu red to,
All $10 Astrakhan Capes reduced to,
All (10 Aetrakbau Capes reduced to.
W'ewilUnt deteruime that beauty ts
only skin deep, but Bt.lll we claim the
glanra of a charming woman is highly in
ieneltled If cast through odo of the many
pretty, stylish Chenllc-Mpot Velllnes.
Here are some of our pretty adjuncts:
lllack Klsh Mot \elllug in a number of
uew and rich designs. These Veilings
until now were sold for US cents. There
w ill bo great selling here this week, for
! the price Is, per yurd.15c
; I'ino Ohenile D'ose-Spotted VelHng. la
till colors und black, the regular 13c
j >|iiu ity.will be eull here this week lor.per
11 It Is a better quality of Chenlle Veiling
j yun are looking lor, we ure able- to please
you at. l'.'c
Our3flC t'tieiil]'- Vcilinp?are ihe Tjiy
finest Hues obtainable. Yon niav buy
theai In either single or doable width.
To ihose who appreciate thi magnitude
and worthlulncss of this offering a per?
sonal inspection Is nceeean. Tula week,
500 yards Sewing silk Veiling, In all
A full line of Mourning t'acr Veiling*,
with '-rape border, at a eres: rrdnction
Ibis I- the season when the festive bar
gain-hunter is happy. Now here la an |
opportunity. 'i he following:
at '5c -\ Inlet Uonqaets, with foliage, :
Large bnccbes of violets with leaves
c m ??? nere 55c; here "
si'BclAL lot of bandiouio \ 0 ??!-.
large bunches with leave.-, regular tlOc
Large bunches of Imported Violets with !
leave*, r?gti':ir price a5c, this week? lfic.
Vlolera?tbre? dozen In bunch at... 35c.
Fine Velvet Violets, three dozen In a
?:1k Vlole' Bon<inett with foliage at U5c.
:*av Ulovet In cverv sl^e,
??old all season at 9Sc; for
All WOOl J?
ihe iioallt; w(
(..dies' ami OM ulren's All-Wool Mittens
a dn'e ueat-lookuu ?piality,for.10c.
COLOHKD AND 11 LACK SILK
V ELV8T?, S5c
This 'o?. comprises a beautiful assort
nirnt of gOOdj desirable shade-', such as
Mahogany, Uoldeu, Tan, Orange, Lemon,
llelloiiope. hes da.Dine Orey.Tui<iuoi!>e,
Soal. Uluet, Mode, Tabac, lllucU., Ktc.
These are iinpoitrd Silk Velvets, l'Muehe-?
wide, luanuftcturcd to rcta.' ?? Jl; our
'Tue balauce of our Children's Colored
Coats, si es -.!, a aud -I y-a'S, that h ivn
sold at $,1 to $0 60, go thlo week at fi 50
for your cboice.
Tbeie are very band some.
White Long and Short Infant's Uoatl
at $1.38 $1.15. $tW. SI M); reduced trom
$1.3J $3.^'.. $8 38 and ? 1 50.
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