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The carpenters and painters
now have charge of my elore
room to retit and remodel iu
every tespect. 1 intend to have
a bright and attractive place of
business, where every article will
he marked in plain figures and
eo'd at strictly one price. My
methods of doing business will be
on bu <iuess principles and I hope
to have my new home ready to
receive you about February 18.
Watch for Special Announce?
Successor to Joe. Cohn,
Cor. Campbell and Jefferson SO.,
North, East.'ooutb, West the Mower of
Hoars is "Pillsbury's liest."
Costs a little more than any other be?
cause it is worth more. Ami it makes
more bread, makes whiter bread, makes
Iretto.r bread. Your grocer may tell you
something else is ??just as good." but it.
HAWKINS & FIELDING, Agents,
Hartsook Building;, Market Square,
Offte No, r> Campbell Avc. w.. Roanokc, V?.
Repre c t- the strongest 1 Ira Companies; Bland
ard Ars iQUt Oompituy; Mutual Lite Insurance
Cornuany ...t New YorK
COMING AND OGINO
W. C. William? hos sold his Church
street livery to W. H. Horton. Mr. Wil?
liams will make his future homo in Wnsh
W. IT. Wnlnwright, formerly of this
city, hut how residing in Pocnhontas, is
in Hoanoko on business and to see his rel?
atives and friends.
Among the guests at Hct >1 Roan .ike
yesterday were Col. .1. R. Johuston, of
Christiansburg, and H. B. Lee, of Chnr
K. O. Hnmner and T. Ashby Watts, of
Lynchburg, were in the city yesterday.
Mrs. Luke Garrett, of 1525 Franklin
road, is quite ill.
The mauy frionds of Colonel linger,
stiperintendant of transportation of the
Norfolk and Western railway, will ho
glnd to learn that he is improving in
IL B. Hager, of Hagorstown, was a
guest at the St. James yesterday.
Walter Camper went to liuchanan yes?
Mrs. Mary McLean wont to Thurman,
W. Va., yesterday to visit relatives.
W. L. Peters, of Roanoke, accompanied
by J. T. Noce, of Bedford, left here yes?
terday for Thurman, W. Va.
J. B. Andrews, of the firm of Huff,
Andrews ?s Thomas, went to Bluefield
yesterday afternoon on business.
W. IT. CofTman, Bluoftehi; J. P. Pow?
ell, New York, nnd C. P. Mahood, Win?
ston, N. C, are among the guests at the
Ponce de Leon.
W. W. Workman, who has been in bus?
iness in this city for a number" of years,
and who has made a great many friends
in Roanoke, left yesterday with his family
for Greensboro, N. C, .where he w ill go
E. Wile, the Jefferson street clothier,
accompanied by G. W Payne, left last
night for New York, for the purpose of
purchasing a spring stock for their pop?
ular clothing house.
The Rehr Bros, piano ranks with the
high grade instruments of lone standing.
* The house to-day is one of the
well known institutions, and its piano a
favorite throughout the country.?The
A FORGET! UL SOMEBODY'.
Somebody left, two children's overcoats
at Massic' Pharmacy, and he is advertis?
ing for the owner in his render on the
lirst page. Read the ad. for further in?
THE ELKS' BENEFIT.
Tickets are now on sale for the Elks'
benefit,which will take place February 25.
Those wishing desirable seats will do
well to to procure them early. They may
be hail at Johnson & Johnson's, or can
be procured from members of the lodge
ami seats reserved.
Ilihnrger makes a business of repairing
line watches only.
Wo still receive our cream from the
Polytechnic Institute. Our ice cream
will satisfy you. Try it. J. .!. Clttogni.
Listen to the belled teams of W. K.
ANDREWS & CO. as they deliver coal
and wood to their customers. Send your
orders to 211) Salem avenue.
With the Utmost "Sang rroid"
It Wasn't Nerve.-riAYBC IT WAS CONPIDCNCC.
Anvhow l\c walked into our place a few clavs ago,
with an armful of copv tor a Brief. " I'd like to have
it this evening." it was men three o'clock, we
thought he was joking, out he wasn't. Did l\e get
II7 Ask anvDodv.
The Stone Printing and ManTg. Co.,
Opposite Hotel Roanoke.
cow. l. stone, President. . . . ROANOKE, VA.
Columbia, S. C, Jan. 20. ? Judge Jo?
seph H. Earlo was rotod (or unanimously
hy both houses of the general assembly
to day for Senator. This was but tho
carrying out of the will of the people, as
declared in the primary election last
SPOONKR WAS ELECTED.
Madison, Wis., Jan. 36.?In the joint
legislative assembly to-day John C
Spooner was uominated and elected Uni?
ted States Senator to succeed Vllas. He
received every Republican vote. The gold
Democrats voted for General Hragg, and
the silverites for Sil vert home.
FOR THE MARDI GRAS.
Washington. Jan. HC?.?Secretary Her?
bei t announced to day that he would send
at least one warship to New Orleans and
another to Mobile on March 1st to be
present during the^Mardi Gras in those
sold all of
Our 5c Prunes,
but have a full
supply of all the
& HUNTER & CO 9
I I 27 Salem Ave. S. W. |
4 'Phone 19S. f
DEATH OF ENGINEER DAVIS.
S. H. Davis, an engineer on the Nor?
folk anil Western railroad, who resided at
UlSGIlraore avenuen. w., died in Lynch
burn Monday evening at the Home and
Retreat. He was taken sick last Satur?
day, and the attack was so severe that he
had to be taken to the Home and Retreat,
where he was waited upou by his wife,
from this city, his brother, W. L. Davis
and his cousin, H. M. Moore, of Lynch
burg till his death. Ho was 111 years old
and leaves a wife and three children. He
was the son of E. (). Davis, of Lynch
burg, and had been with tho Norfolk and
Western railroad for nine years. He was
a member of the St. James Methodist
Church, and took an active interest in
the work of the railroad department *of
the Y. M. C. A. He was a member of
the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers
and insured for ijw.OOO with that order,
and had many friends in this city and
Lynchburg, who deeply regret his loss.
The remains were brought to Roanoke
yesterday morning and the funeral will
take place this morning at It) o'clock at
the railroad Y. M. C. A. building, Rev.
II. I. Stephens conducting the services,
after which the body will be interred in
Fairview Cemetery. Division No. 401,
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers,
will meet at their hall at !? o'clock a. in.
to-dav to prepare to attend the funeral in
The BlueOeld Telegraph of yesterday
had the following: Rev. F. H. Watkins,
of Bonsncks, Vs., was in the city yester?
day and left on No. ?!?"> for Elkhorn. to as?
sist Rev. R. W. Ball, who is conducting
a series of meetings at that place.
Mrs. A. E. Carper, of Roanoke, who
has been visiting friends in this city for
some time, returned to her home on No.
I l yesterday.
For Infants and Children.
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TABASCO PEPPER SAUCE
OR LIQUID PEPPER.
Is Simply the Pulp of the Ripe Pepper Extracted by Pressure.
The seed of this Pepper was obtained from Central America, and by
careful cultivation in Louisiana for many years has been so Improved in
strength, flavor and aroma as to have become a new variety of Ited Pop?
per, superior to all others. Tho pulp is so handled as to retain all tbo
flavor, strength, aroma and color of the ripe fruit, and to keep unim?
paired in any climate. It excites tho appetite, promotes digestion, and
is pronounced by connoisseurs to he the finest condiment in tho world.
l?'or medicinal purposes it recommends itself by its purity, strongth aud
ST. CI-AIR BBOS.,
THE RITsY UROCEIIS.
VUZSuF atnmt C. F. BLOUNT. Manaeer.
M. J. Jennelle und G. w. Crumpecker
instituted wigwam of the Improved
Oorder of Red Men in the State lino forest
of Bristol, Tenn., and Vs., Saturday
night. Thirty-two "palo faces" were
"painted red.'' The order starts out un?
der very auspicious circumstances, and
with a great deal ol /.cal and zest. The
ollicers elected and appointed nre as fol?
lows: ? Judge W. F. Rhca, prophet; J S.
Ashworth, worthy sachem: G. VF. Cor
nctt, senior sagamore; J. \V. Friz/ell.
junior sagamore; J. W. Owen, chief of
records; J. A. Stone, keeper of wampum;
Loco Dixon, 1st sannap; II. .1. Simon,
l!nd sannap: warriors: I. C. Wells, C.
O. Fry, /,. V. Sparger and Geo. 1'. Stoff
tier; braves: Goo. W. Wolfe. J. K. Weed,
W. R. Dungan and .W .1. King: keeper
of wigwam, A. McSuiuptcr. Trustees:
A. L. Bauhard, W. A. Rader and H.
W. Sutherland.?Bristol News.
SOMETHING TO DEFEND ON.
Mr. .lames Jones, of the drug firm of
Jones & Son, Cowdcn, 111., in speaking
of Dr. King's New Discovery, says that
last winter his wife was attacked with
La Grippe, and her case "row so serious
that physicians at Cowdcn and I'ana
could do nothing for her. It seemed to
develop into hasty consumption. Having
Dr. King's New Discovery in store, and
selling lots of it, betook a bottle home-,
and to the surprise of all she began to get
belter from first dose, anil half dozen
dollar bottles cured her sound and well.
Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump?
tion, Coughs and ('olds is guaranteed to
do this good work. Try it. Free trial
bottles at Massic's Pharmacy, 1<?'.? Jeffer?
son st root.
Hiharger, tin- watchmaker, Oflice in
Persons who arc troubled with indi?
gestion will be interested in the exper?
ience of Win. A. Pcnn, chief clerk in the
railway mail service,-it Des Meines, Iowa,
who writes: "It gives me pleasQ 1*0 to
testify to the merits of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy,
b'roni two years I have suffered from in?
digestion, ami am subject to frequent
-.even- attacks of pain in the stomach and
bowel -. One or two doses of this rem?
edy never fails to give perfect relief.
Price 23 and ?" cents: sold by all drug?
AT 114 SAIjEM ATE.
All-wool Drees CJoods, none better, for 36c per
All-wool Novelty Drers Goods. 8*. ?0 and 75c.
Lariro line of Beautiful I'lslds at irNc per ytrd.
Largo line ot Ueautltul Worsted ttoods at 12 V
lllaeK liress (foods from 18\c to $l.C?poryard.
This week :
Ken Klnnnc', In (will, at 14c. worth 16 2 3c.
Kod Flannel, in Twill, marked down to 18 S-3c
Ked Flannel, in twl.l. marked dowu to20c from
itcd Flannel, in twill, marked down to Sir.
White Flannels In all qnalltlcs?thobost Canton
Flannel, tor 8c, worth 10c.
WM. F. BAKER CO ,
11 1 Salem Avenue.
HAS A I.
itid is the rcsnlt of
colds and enddun cli?
Tlil3 remedy docs
ot contain mercury
or other injurious
COLD'm H EAD ^p^?hS.
Haiti u.i i lull ?tnuiallou, ile-ils and orotcctn th<*
MrnO'rsnc from Colds. Kestores llio Sons'!" of
Tui-te and mnell. Is i|niektjr nim>rr>ed. (lives
relief at once. M cents kt Drnc^Uts or by mail;
samples in -. l?v nail.
Kl.t lixii ? IIKIIS. MS Warren Htreet. New York.
HAT a man dreads
most next to step?
ping on a tack Is
putting bis feet In
ill lilt ing shoes. No
ffWELVE. Ladies' Black Cheviot Jackets,
* newest goods, our regular $5 ones, now
PIFTKEN Ladies1 Black Cheviot Jacket?,
* cur best $7 ones, great bargain, reduct d to
ELEVEN Ladies' Black Cheviot Jackets,
silk lining, regular price $10. Those who
call early enough will get them for only. ..
PLEVEN beautiful "Caterpillar' Cheviot
^ Jackets, in black and colors; our neigh?
bors Luve been getting $15 f r this kind,
UOUR Black Astrakhan Capss, length 20
* iuclies, regular price ?8, now only.
ME Fine Black Beaver Cloth Capes,
wer.': ?6.50 and $6, reduced to.
ONE French Seal Cape, si'/e 34, was $12 50
N E T?n Beaver Jacket, a decided beauty,
size 36, was $12.50, now.
ANE Tan Kersey Jacket, size 32, quite OR 7R
" pretty, was $10, row. y?.i U
IVE piirs 11-4 California White
Wool Blankeis?the finest #7 50
Blanket in Aineiica?to close this
small lot, only.
npHRV-E Eiderdown Comforters, 72x8 r OQ TT|
* inches, regular price $5?who'll get them? Y^Jg fj i
0 IX p'ecea pretty Novelty Dress Gojds, all Qfin
" pure fke wool, .jo inches wide, best 50c *^a^
goods, reduced lo.
FTEN pairs 11-4 Heavy Whits Wool B!ank
* ets, warranted wool both warp and fill?
ing?there is not a better ?6 blanket in
ORLD-WIDE LONG CLOTH ? What
?.s it? It is a beautiful fine Sea Island
Unbleached Muslin, made cf long staple cotton,
put tip expressly for us in, i2-}?vd piecea; cor?
rect value 1%c a yard; to introduce it we will
cell it for.
QWEET MAIDEN" is a fine Toilet Soap,
v a lan;e white cake, put up three in a box;
it should be 25c a box, but we are introducing
it to the Rcacoke trade for.
NE CASE Children's and Misses'
White Merino Vests and Pants, 1
to 14 years, all si/, es, great value.
ONE lot Half-wool Vests and Pants,
very pretty quality, 1 to 14 years,
exceptional value. Prices range from
ANE lot Fine all pure Wool Vests and
j " Pants, 1 to 14 years, the finest goods, ggg gjjg
?p'.VO lots Ladies' Fine White Wool Vests and
* Pants, both ribbed and plain?the best :egular 7Rn
fti goods?now onlv. 'uw
ADES' White Union Suits, of the
celebrated "Oneita" shape, s'/es
3 to 6, only $1.
ANE lot Genfs' Natural Grey Wool Shirts
i " and Drawers, all sizes, for both fats and
leans, the biggest value of the seas m, only ...
ANE ?olid c.se Gcut'3 Laundered Pi-rcale
" Shirfs, new spring goods, regular value 50c,
but just to make it interesting for early buy?
ers, only. .
INFANTS' Fifle Half wool Vests, siz?s 2, 3, 4, ?; and
1 6; pricc-i only.25c, 28c and 35g
TNFAXTS' Fine Cotton Vests, ribbed and fleeced,
* sizes 2, 3 and 4, only.I 2>^ C
INFANT.-' Finest All wool Vests, s'zes 3, 4 and
1 5?beautiful little garments,' 5Qc, 60C, 65c and 75C.
ONE case Ladies' Seamless Black Hose, that fi^
sells everywhere for 10c a pair?special at.... Oy
Tlhlft I in An ! Housekeepers will find some nice
,1&hJ!LI?,ffl' * tllings in the Remnants of Table
vi^iQiwuvuvuwui?*- Linens for the next few days.
There an? some fifty or sixty pieces in the lot. Come
ear'v They willv5le?6t~t.
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