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We have something
to say about Jackets
that ought to be of in?
terest to every house?
hold. I n the first place,
we have determined
not to have a single
garment of this kind
left on our hands. We
Only Fifty Left!!
and our former prices
ranged from $4.50 to
SI 7.50. Now
W IILL OFFER
Our $4.50 Jackets at .'.$2:25
Our 7.00 Jackets at . . 3.50
Our 8.50 Jackets at . . 4.25
Our IQ.CO Jackets at . . 5.00
Our 12.00 Jackets at \T 6.00
Our 13.50 Jackets at . . 6.75
Our 15 00 Jackets at . . 7.50
Our 17.50 Jackets at . . 8.75
IM Ol DOWB itlfi Gflllll.
SSO.OO Plush Capes at .$7.50
12.00 Plush Capes at . 8.GQ
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.G0
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
factall Millinery Goods
go just at half price.
Our $10 hats we will
sell at $5, Etc., and so
It may mean fire
at your house
And Hove Your
No. 104 (OroundFloor) Trirry
Botldlncr. BOANOKB, V*.
SOME LOCAL NEWS
(JIVE US YOUR ORDER FOR COAL.
This isnotan invitation, "walk into my
parlor," but ono to .save you money.
You don't have to pay tbo old regular
prices for coal now unless you want to.
See! We are not in the ring. .T. II.
WILKINSON & co., 102 Third street s.
w. 'Phone 210.
When in need ot anything in the feed line
and your orders will receive prompt at?
tention. easter peed co.
Take your watch to Hibarger. He will
treat you right.
Half seasoned sawed oak blocks nre
best for the new style, of stoves. We
have them. Also Alma coal at ~~> per
ton. Fonrd Cottl Company, 20 1 2 Salem
PGR SALE.?Black Minorca fowls. A
bargain to reduce stock. 15. 15. ADAMS,
515 Seventh avenue s. w.
WANTED.?Neat, intelligent servant
girl. Apply at 'tOl Eleventh avenue s. e.
ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR.
Van Lear's "Cold Capsules" euren his
bad cold. They will cure yours. ?_'?"> cents
Superintendent Knight had :> force of
men sweeping all of the Iniek-navcd
streets yesterday, giving them a remark?
ably neat appearance.
: FIRE AT Till: DEPOT.
I At 11:15 last night an alarm was turn
i ed in from box ".'1 by Oflicer Locke, on
count of lire breaking oul in the Not
folk and Western station, on Railroad
avenue. The lire was over the restaurant,
part of the station, and was confined to
the oflices occupied by Car Inspectors
Meadows and Curr. The entire lire de?
partment responded to the alarm and soon
checked the pfogress of the flames, The
damage was probably less than sSliJO, and
the lire was supposed to be due to a de?
'"Fotografs," ?U cents per Jo/am this
week only. St. Louis Portrait Co.
CHARGED WITH HOUSE-BURNING.
Yesterday Detective! \V. G. Baldwin
brought to this city Sam Hobson, colored,
whom he hat' arrested on the day before
in Pocnbontas, on the charge of burning
the residence of Emmett Thaxton at
Thaxtons, one night in December last.
The detectives bad been working the case
for the last six weeks, and while Sain was
suspected, it was only until recently that
they wee able to fasten the guilt on him.
It seems that he had confessed the burn?
ing to several parties here in the city, but
it was very difficult to get. substantial
[ evidence as to his confession. lie re
; niaineil hereabout a week ami left Friday
for Pocnhontas ell route to Ohio, lie re?
lated the circumstances of the burning to
several parties there and Detective Bald?
win and Chief of Police Rupert, 'of Pocn?
hontas, secreted themselves in nn adjoin?
ing room and overheard his entire confes?
sion of the crime to n colored lawyer and
some other parties. He was lodged in
jail here last night, sad will he taken to
Bedford to day, where he will he given a
preliminary hearing. It. seems that Hob
son hud a grudge against .Mr. Thaxton,
who had him arrested on 'the charge of
stealing a pistol from him. t here ;s
scarcely a doubt but that the detectives
have worked up n strong case against the
7"*Ask for Frank Teller's "Chicos" 5-cent
cigar at Yan Lear Bros.
ROANONKE CHORAL SOCIETY.
The Koanoke Choral Society was organ?
ized on Monday evening at Hotel Koan?
oke. The officers for the first year are .1.
T. Snyder, president; Dr. Downs, secre?
tary, and Robert M. Kent. .Jr., treasurer.
Herbert Scatchard, of Philadelphia, win
elected musical director.
(Jet oue dozen "fotografs" 'for 50 cent!
this week. St. Louis Portrait (jo.
CONK TO WINSTON.
Manager Charlie Mitchell, of the lb
noke baseball team, left yesterday for
Winstoc in the interest of the subsitute
for the old Virginia League,'.which it. is
proposed to organize. From Winston he
will ^'i in Danville and thence to Lynch
.lohn Price, a well-known farmer of
Fiankliu county, died suddenly on the
25th instant front heart disease at Ed?
wartlsvillc, about three miles from his
home. He was talking with one of hi'-,
neighbors and fell forward on his face,
dying almost instantly He was *0 -. ears
old, and leaves a wife and three children.
' This is the last week we will make
"fotografs" at 50 cent s per dozen, St.
Louis Portrait Co.
Wa carry a very r.
r>rushes. Combs, Bru
Have you tried <un
THE VERY FLOWER OF THE PIANO
There is no question that the distin?
guished firm of Behr Bros, have estab?
lished in the most thorough and satisfac?
tory manner their right to bo considered
as of the very ilower of the piano manu?
facturing industry, both iu point of ln
veutive genius and in point of general
excellence of the construction of their in?
struments.?Music Trade Review.
A ROANOKE MAN MARRIED.
John M Draper, of the firm of Cray St
Draper, of this city, was married on the
20th instant to Miss Jennie Hunt, of
Glado Hill, Franklin county, at the resi?
dence of the bride. Rev. John C. Hall,
of the Primitive Baptist Church, being
tho officiating' clergyinau. The newly
married pair have returned to this elty
and will reside at 805 Builltt avenue ?. e,
MR. HAMMELSEY ILL.
Luther A. Hatnmelsey, shipping clerk
for .1. M. Gambill & Co., is so seriously
ill at the residence of his brother, J. W.
Hammelsey, on Eighth avenue s. w., that
a rope has been placed across that thor?
oughfare at its junction with Franklin
road to stop tho passage of vehicle*.
WILL PAY OfFtO-DAY.
Col. D. W. Flickwir, receiver of the
Roanoku Iron Com pan v, has received a
decree from Judge Paul, of tho United
States court, authorizing him to pay off
the employes of that corporation, and to?
day will proceed to do so. The amount,
to be dispursed is about $4,000.
L1 ART DE LA MODE at Jack's news
ATTRACTIVE ADDITIONS. ,
The Palais Royal this morning in their !
new advertisement on the fifth page,
makes s:ine attractive additions to their
already complete line of bargains. This
enterprising house is making a special i
sale of fine velvets this week.
THE SHOP FLOODED.
About 1:45 yesterday afternoon a water
pipe burst in Entsinger's barber shop.
Hooding the place, causing a large section
ol the plastering to fall, breaking a bar?
ber's chair and barely missing the propri?
etor of the place.
A Nkw Spuing Dkkiiy
WITH FLAT KIM ANI> KOfXIl
Ax iri'- To-OA 1'li, SMAKT
LOOK IXC HAT, ItKOWN !n
G1LKESON vlv TAYLOR.
The thermometer yesterday at k o'clock
stood at 12 degrees above zero, and by
noon had reached,!12. After that it be?
gan to get, somewhat colder, till at 0
o'clock the mercury marked at 20 degrees.
It was not as cold yesterday evening as
on the day before, but the air was icy
enough to remind pedestrians and others
tha* we are still id thd midst of a very
CIRC L IT COURT.
In the circuit, court yesterday the case
of the Roauoke and Southern railway vs.
C. A. Moomaw, was dismissed at plain?
tiff's cost. In the ease ot .Tj?mes T. John
sou vs W, F. Baker, judgment was ren?
dered on a note. The case of W. F. I
Baker vs. M. L. Fellows, a motion for
judgmeut by contrnct,occupied the atten?
tion of the court all of yesterday after?
a long sleep.
The negro man who drank a quart and
a half of liquor on Monday, revived sudi
eieotly yesterday to give his name as Reu?
ben Stiller, but was so drunk that tl?3
trial of his case by the police justice was
postponed till Wednesday. He had a
long sleep, hut his escape from death was
a narrow one.
itan, Scrihner's and Harper's Magazines
now in. Buj them at Jack's news depot,
ion 1-2 Campbell.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
The following cases were disposed of in
the police court yesterday: T. J. Delph
was fined s^-l.00 for lighting; M. Cannu
day was lined ?2.50 for being drunk. The
trial of Cora Bell Lanirhorn, colored, on
the charge of stealing clothing, was post?
poned till this morning. The case of W.
B. Albert, charged with stealing a coat
from J. M. Roberts, was also continued
LADIES' Home Journals now in. Pho?
nograph music- with every purchase, of 10
cents and ovei. .lack's news deputy *
THEY SELL BARGAINS.
Pace St Bobbitt, tue enterprising real
estate agents, have a fine list of bargain
in their new advertisment on the sixth
page of The Times. < live them a call and
get a bargain.
VALUABLE STOCK of HARDWARE
Bids are invited on the stock of hard?
ware of the late firm of Evans Bros., of
Roauoke, Va., with a view of making a
private sale of the same. The stock con?
sists of a full line of heavy and shell'
hardware, which on .limitary I, 1807, in?
ventoried 914,5111.15. The stock maybe
seen and inspected at. No, 82 Campbell
avenue, Roauoke, Va., and the under?
signed will be glad to show the stock of
goods and receive bids from parties desir?
ing to purchase.
The terms?f sale may be either for cash
or on credit, but in case of it sale on
credit satisfactory security will he requir?
ed of the purchaser. In case such an oiler
is not received by February 1."?, 1S!)7, as
will justify it private sale, the stock will
hi- dispo.-cd of iu the manner presciihcd
in the deed of trust from A. J, Evans and
wife to E. L. Bell, trustee, dated Octolier
:!(>, l>d>I. II. T. HALL,
Receiver, Roauoke. Vn
'e treat them just as
nice, if not better, than
;rown i'olks. . . .
ompiete hue of Soaps, Perfumes, Tooth
r 25c Tooth Hi nah we guarantee.?
led Only by Graduates In Pharmacy."
Kl~> ?=i-re=t PHARMACISTS,
LXJ'tSi.O, C'oi. Saieni Ave mJiJeff. St.
A FINE UPRIGHT PIANO, FANCY
CASE, FULL SIZE, $175.
One fine- upright piano, fu'I size, fancy
case, warranted live years, for $175 on
our now plan of easy payments, without
interest, which arc the fairest and safest
of any terms offered. Robbie Piano Co.
A? I have sold out mv business in Ron
noke and will lemove from the city, all
persons having claims against me will
present the same for payment at once,
and all those indebted to me will please
call at my office aud pay the same before
the 1st of February. Mr. W. H. Horton
has purchased my business, and I hope
my friends will continue their patronage
with my successor.
W. C. WILLIAMS.
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, nt bottom
prices. You will find their office at 110
Campbell street e.
The firm of Williamson & Workman
has this day been dissolved by mutual
consent, Mr. Perry Williamson purchas?
ing the interest of Mrs. K. P. Workman
in the firm. The business will bo con?
tinued by Perry Williamson at 222 and
224 Saleut avenue, who assumes all debts
owing by the linn, and to whom all debts
due the linn should be paid. Thanking
our friends and the public, for their very
liberal patronage, and wishing a continu?
ance of the same to the new firm.
MRS. E F. WORKMAN.
Roanoke, Ya., .Tau. 15, 18117.
Having purchased the interest of Mrs.
K. F. Workman in the firm of William?
son & Workman, 1 will continue the bus?
iness of new and second-band furniture,
carpets and house furnishing poods at
the same place, Xos. 222 and 224 Salem
avenue, (Smith building). Highest cash
prices paid for second hand furniture.
IF YOU BUY
Your stove from Engleby & Bro. Co.
you are sure of getting repairs for them.
Everybody can't say that.
gtfr&ferf* A SJLS?
'Phone OU KL1PPO.
PINK. OAK AND HICKORY WOOD
at 210 Sutern avenue. W K. ANDREWS
California Pears, Washington Naval
Oranges, sweet and juicy, al Catogni's
LOST Light bay mare, four years
old; good si/.e; has n slight enlargement
over the nose; wild and skittish in
temper: foretop cut out. For her return
to W. C Williams' livery stable, u lib?
eral reward will be paid to tinder.
NVe need the MONEY. Ton need the
STOVES. ENGLEBY & BRO. CO.
Oysters by the pint, quart or gallon at
.1. .1. Catogni's.
The nest ANTHRACITE, EGG STOVE
AND NUT coal for sale by >V. K. AN?
DREWS A CO. ,219 Salem uveuue. Look
out for the belled teams.
EXT to going bare?
foot for solid com?
fort comes our
Youths' and Chil?
dren's Shoes. Built
for to-day's require?
ments. Much value
for little money.
ROANOKE SHOE CO.
The largest retail grocer in town says:
"We have never sold a soap that has
given as universal satisfaction as the
?Crystal Spriim Soap.1 It is made right
here in Koanoke, and you should Use it."
W. K. ANDREWS >v CO., 210 Salem
avenue, have exclusive control of the cel?
ebrated semi-bituminous ItED ASH
COAL, the finest ?rate coal on the mat
ket. Their teams have bells.
first, class restaurant with all furnish?
ings ior sale or rent. Apply at 10? Salem
avenue s. w.
The heded teams of W. K. ANDREWS
v CO. are ready to deliver von the best
inalltv of CRUSHED COKE.
FOR POCAHONTAS NUT OR LUMP
COAL GO TO W. K. ANDREWS .V
CO., 219 SALEM AVENUE. Their
teams have bells.
Home-made taffy, all kinds. 15 cents
per pound at .T. .1. Cfttogui's.
Fried Oysters. Stewed Oysters, Broiled
Oysters on'.toast, at Catogni'- Restau?
COME AND SEK.
Engleby & Bro. Co. are goin? to close
out all of their beating stoves before .lan
uurv 1. Better come and see.
I A DAINTY ENTREE!
I Pineapple Oiisese
We have it as fine as silk,
We also keep Tarbell.
COME TO US.
PITMAN & EVANS,
HEIRONIM?S & BR?GH'
206 Commerce Street.
TBE REMNANT OF REMNANTS
Will Be on Sale Balance of the Week-Urn ti8
All Are Closed. Some Big Bargains
Are Still Here,
Here is a List of the Reduced Articles -.
Kid Gloves Umbrellas
Underwear Soiled Blankets
Pr ces on the above about one
third to one half of ormer
BIG LOT OF
HERE'S ft LIST OF THE ARTI?
CLES TO BE HAD:
Remnants of Silks.
Remnants of Flannels.
Remnants of Ca'icoes.
Remnants of Girgtiams.
Remnants of * liite Goods
Remnants of Dress Goods.
Remnants of Fmbroideries.
Remnants of Outing Cloths.
Remnants of Cress linings.
Remnants of Curtain Goods.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Wednesday, January Ilk
Over 250 Dozen Gentlemen's
Collars, embracing all the lead?
ing styles of standing and lay
down cellars. Made to sell at
i 15c to 20c each,
j We have bought a big lot of
them and will offer the vJmie
business on Wednesday, Jan
j uary 27ih, at
or 55c the dozen.
Be on hand at this great ons
, third price sale of Gentlemen's
HEIRON1MUS & BRUGH
lOl SALEM AVENUE.
f* ifl?l Vt/flPk ?' our ^nnH,,ry Bergain Sales. Special bargains
rillal Ww OCl% iu xx\\ (lopartmcnts. We start the closing week
?we*' 11 of .lanonry with big Mid striking bargains. All
the special sales that have proven so successful this month will bo
coniiuued lor this week and numerous new bar^ine are offered.
Clearing Wonders in
A price sacrifice of lints such as tho
memory of Koanoke'a oldest bargain
seekers bare never seen sn e<inal er pre?
cedent to entire stock ot all iho lints in
oar house?divided into two absolute)
miraculous uudercoet price lots:
LOT l?All this season's Ladles' data,
comprising almost every shape and :?!?.<?-*.
every coloring made klnus Hist sold up
to Ve. rtioiru. Be
LOT '?' -All our l.Hdles' llatS?Ot this
?eagon's shapes uud styles t litt I sold (rout
$1 to f.', rbolce.15c
All remaining stock of Fancy Feathers
and Wins;*?offered tUlt>week;choice 5c
All remaining stock of Ostricii colored
Tips u?ered Ulis week, lor cliolce... ]Uc
About 51) LADIES' TlilMMKU HATS,
representing ll.e prettiest, incst etyllsh
and ?wellest creations, in the newest
shapes and colors - tiiat sold from $T5U to
$5- your pick ot any for only. $l.ti!>
$7 Hats for $1.98,
All our lIKiU COST LAIM KS' TU1MM
KU UA'i's. superb and richly trimmed
pattem styles, comprising a collection of
over twenty, and ranyin; in price from f.^
to $7?clearing sale price for choice... $1 I
Silk Black Satin Ribbon.
silk Hlack Satin and tiros drain Ribbon:
I Inch wide, 5c :'. inci.es wide, I.V.
IX " Sc. HX " ISc.
?J " lUc. I " *lc.
SS " 12c. I-, " Sir.
Silk Black Double fared s&tin Itlbbou,
nearly :t,l)f>li } arils, at thee price.*:
IX in. wide, lie HX in. wide S5c.
s ?? tic ix " ?*.
?i% " ITc. 4X " RBe,
:i " Blc. 6 *?c
We have about ISO pieces pure bilk
t hangeahie Tnifeta Iltbnons. No io, all
colors and hlack, u-ially i!6c Kihbons. this
AT Iftc \ lolet Itonquetf, with toltage,
Large burches of Violets with leaves
i se.vhcre 'ISc. here 15c.
special lot ft handsome Violets,
'ante bunches with !ea?e-, regular OUc t
l.irge hnnehes. of Imported V loleis with
!e?ves, regular . rice He, this week-15c.
Violets three Jo/en In bunch at... '15c.
Kino Velvet Violets. three dozen In a
Mik Violet Bomi'iets with foliage ?I i.'>c.
All Woo! .Jersey OtOVffl in every si f,
the quality we ru'.d all season at -J.'.c; for
I. idles' atul Chlldren'l All-Wool Mittens
-a tine neat-took leg quality, for.iuc.
CLOAKSaAND CAPES, m
< LOA Ks RBDDCBD Everything m:i.i?
I I.OAKS ukduckd come to an end.
CLOAKS UKLIIL Bl> nud these redtie
l LOA ks HKDUOBD tlous are the l&u
( I.oaks RBDUOBD^tbet will he tnaa^
CLOAKS HhDUCKl) In onr Cloak eiocn
( i.OAKd ItBDl r::ii ? und It's nouse to
CLOAKS RBOUOADBvalt for any fur
CLOAKS UKDIM'KDaaiher "cutting."
t I.OAKS UKUl CHO Tho prices named
ci.oakh HBLlJi'UD are justa out oae
Cl.oaKH HKDH(?KO half what the goods
CLOAKS HKDOt ED have sold tor?all
Cloaks ItnUllt'KI) this season's Bty lea
CLOeKS iikih nil) and wben tbe
cloaks REDUCED present stock la
CLOAKS HKDL'CKDfJgone there'll be no
CLOAKs kkduckd more Cloaks ot
Cl.OAKS ItEDUCKDftfcrod this season
Ilalance of $-1 and $5 Jackets at.. .. S1.S3
Knl incn ot $tt at d $7 Jackets at. *3 ".u
Balance ot *7 and i>s jackets at. js.'.-s
Dalauce of f-> and flu Juckets at_ $4.11)
liHl.Mue ot flu and $l;i Jackets at... (4 '?::
Plush and Cloth Capes.
Halancoof fj und $10 Plusb Capes.. $4 TS
iislunoc of $ Oaud $14 Plush Capes, ?5.SS
Halance ot Sl'i and $15 flush Capes. $tl.?s
lialance of $15 and $S0 Plush Capes, $s SB
Balanoe of f la.co Astotkhan Capes.. $4 W
All and fC Misses' Jackets at_ ??
Extra Offerings in Veilings.
A great purctiaso ,'oc* on f ale this week
of SOU pieces of all tne latest and pret?es:
sorts in Imported Novelty VeillniiB, coni
prising Chi nilte Tuxedo, KTsli Net, Calls
borders per yard from lf>c upward.
BlacK Kisli Net \ elllng In a number ot
new aud rich dc-M^ns These Veilings)
until now wero sold for 'J5 cents. There
will be great soiling here this week, for
the price is, per yard.15c
L-'lne Cbenile Cose spotted Vol'irg, in
all colors uiU black, tho regular Sie
i id ii),will be -old beretbla week tor,p?r
If It is a better i|nalltv of Cbcnilo Veiling
you arc looking tot, we are ahlo to plt j..-^
you at. 19c
A toll Hue of Mourning Face Velllcirs,
with crape horder, at a great reduction
The balance ot our Children's Colored
Coils, *l/?s it, S aud i y?ars, that have
sold at * i to Hi 5U, go this \irek at f'J to
lor your choice.
These are very handsome.
White. Long and Short Infant's Coats
at$l.S5ft.?5. ft.fJ'. i'l.fO; lediired from
f?iS I3.8S, $:! 15 and * l 50.
, nD0BSH1 PALAIS ROYAL WT