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Was completed the 30th,
and we fiad our stock
much larger than an?
ticipated. Consequently
we propose to sell a
portion of it at great)y
riductd prices:
lofl?Remnants of every de?
scription almost given,
away.
Lot 2-100 pair 11-4 All-wool
Blankets at $2.75.
Iot3-I00 pair White Blankets
sightly soiled, at less
than half their cost.
lot 4-250 Comfoits, ranging
in price from 49c, 59c,
69c, 98c, $1.19, $1.49
up.
Lot 5?Six Eiderdown Comforts,
best quality, figured
saline on both sides, at
$3.50 each.
lot 6?25 Fine Jackets, regular
price $8, $10, $12,
$15, $20; your choice
for $5.
Lot 7?!0 Coney Fur Capes,
Satin lined, $t a piece.
Lot 8-10 dozen Florence Union
Suits, best quality, 85c.
10 dozen Florence Union
Suits, cheaper grade,
45c
lot 9-50 dozen Natural Wool
Vests and Pants, fleeced
lined, 19c, sell else?
where 29c.
lot 10?25 dozen Children's
Merino Shirts and Draw?
ers from 5c up.
lot 11-25 dozen Wen's While
and Grey Vests and
Pants, extra heavy, 41c.
lot 12?All-wool Twilled Red
Flannel from 15c per
yard up.
lot 13?20 Pfluffs, regular price
$1.50, $2.00, $2.50,
$3.00; yctir choice for
SI.
lot 14?ladies' and Children's
Woolen Koods and Fas?
cinators at half their
regular price.
lot 15?50 pieces Imperial
Long Cloth, 12 yards
for $1.15.
lot 16-One case Androscog
gan 4-4 Bleached Cotton
at 6c
Lot 17?One case Fruit of the
Loom 4-4 Bleached Cot?
ton afijc.
lot 18?25 pieces 7-8 lons
dale Cambric at 6 l-2c.
lot 19?One case ?pron Check
Gingham at 5c.
Lot 20-30 pieces White Nain?
sook Lhscks and Stripes
at 6c, 7c, 8c and 10c.
lot 21 -500 Umrimmed Ladies'
and Children's Hats; your
choice at 10c.
)Jg=?An iusfec ion of the
bargains we are offeriog is
well worth giving ns a call,
and we guarantee 30U will
save at least 2 5 PeT cen'- 011
your purchases.
Risii in.
Absolutely Pure.
Okbrated for Ha prent Icavci.lnR wtrenf th and
hcubhrnlnrBK. A feine? the mod ?itatnst Alum
aud all forms of nu alteration common to chcup
brands.
HoyAi. Dakin? I'owdbii Co., New York.
SONGS.
Twenty assorted songs given with every
1 lie purchase tit Hopcroft's, No. 7 Jeffor
son street, noil corner Commerce and Sa?
lem avenue. Keeps the lurgest and latest
assortment of periodicals.
GIVK CS YOUR ORDER FOR COAL.
This isnotan invitation, "walk into my
parlor." hut one to save you money.
You don't have to pny the old regulation
prices for coal now unless you want to.
See! We aie not. in the ring. .7. H.
WILKINSpN it CO., 102 Third street s.
w. 'I'hone 2UK
Half seasoned sawed oak blocks are
best for the new style of stoves. \V
have them. Also Alma coal at 75 per
ton. b'oard Coal Company, '-'<> 1 2 Salem
avenue.
LOST.
A silver lock bracelet, small chain.
Finder please leave at Times oQlce.
INTERRED IN BOTKTOURT.
Mrs. J. T. Steiger died at her home in
this city Sundty morning, and after fu?
neral services yesterday morning at Grace
Methodist Church, conducted by Rev. C.
D. Bulla and Rev. C. T. D. Collins, the
remains ,?ere taken to Arnskaney, Bote
tourt county, for interment.
MRS. MARY HODGES DEAD.
Mrs. .Mary Hollges, aged s:! years and
seven months.*died Sundny morning at
the home of her son-in-law, Uriah II.
Mittler, No. 10 Edge wood street, and after
a brief service at 'be residence yesterday
morning, conducted by Rev. Mr. Kecue,
pastor of Belmont Church, the remains
were taken to Bcllview Cemetvry, two
miles south of Cave Spring, where they
were buried.
A PHONOGRAPH FESTIVAL.
The Stewart Y. \V. C. T. 1". will hold
a phonograph entertainment in the lec?
ture room of the First Baptist Church
this evening, to which the public is in?
vited. Admission 10 cents.
DIED AT ROCKY MOUNT.
Mrs. E. F. Taylor, wife of Dr. F. F.
Taylor, of Rocky Mount, and sistor-in
'a".V of I). M. Taylor, ol the firm of Gilkc
son & Taylor, of this city, died Satutday
night at. 8 o'clock at the first named
place.
MARRIED IN liOTETOURT.
Charles Jacobtason, of Ronnoko, and
Miss Florence M. nwurtzcll. of Botetourt
county, were married on the 27th lilt.,
at Mine Ridge Springs, by Her. J. M.
Graybill.
JOINS HIS OLD FRIEND.
E; J. Flint), of Boston, Mass., who is
stopping at Hotel Roanokc, is an old
friend of .I. I). Bobbie. He has coiun to
Ronnokc to join the forces of the Bobbie
Piano Co. Mr. Fl inn has had many years
experience in both the wholesale and re?
tail piano business of Boston, having sold
Mr. Robbie his first bill of pianos many
years ago. He comes Sout h on account
of the health of his little daughter, who,
with Mrs. I'liIin,will arrive in a few weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. I'Tiun will be quite an ac?
quisition to both social and musical cir?
cles in Roanoke.
LOCATED AT NORFOLK.
\V. w. Payne, 'who until recently con?
ducted a grocery store on Park street, has
formed a partnership with H. 'G. Davies
for the purpose of conducting the whole?
sale produce and commission business in
Norfolk.
CIRCUIT COURT.
In the circuit yesterday argument was
heard on the [demurrer t<o the declaration
of the case of o. F. Bresee vs. ,T. \V. Coon
and A. S. Asberry. The judge reserved
his decision.
THEY WILL ENTERTAIN.
The Young Men's Institute will hohl
one of their monthly entertainments in
their hall, Commercial Bank buildim
on next Thursday at 8 o'clock p. n
These entertainments are for the mem?
bers and their lady friends, and arc very
instructive and entertaining.
THE NORTHERN PACIFIC CAB.
The advertising car of the Northern Pa?
cific stopped in the Norfolk and Western
yards yesterday. It is making quite a
tarry in this section.
MR. HARDAWAY WORSE.
The many friends of W.O. Hardavvay.
Esq., will be sorry to learn thai he has
puttered n relapse and is reported as very
sick at the I residence of his brother in
Ptilaski. Dr. Pedlgo went to Pnlaski
yesterday evening as consulting physi?
cian in the case.
APPLES. APPLES. APPLES.
We will sell at public auction this
morning at 10 o'clock on market square,
fifty barrels of Baldwin ami Greening.ap?
ples. CATOGNI BROS.
end th3 01
We carry a Aerv c
Brushes, Combs, Brui
Have von tried our
.. Prescript Ions l-'lll
DR. ME ADE INJURED.
The sleet yesterday ?? responsible for
Bevern} accidents, some more or less se?
rious. Perhaps the most serious of nay
was that of Rev. Dr. Meutle, rec tor o( St.
John's Episcopul Church, who fell upon
the ice near the centre ol Jefferson street
dislocating his left [shoulder anil break?
ing the connection with the collar bone.
He was crossing the street between the
church and his residence at the time of
the accident. Dr. Butter was called und
bound up the injured shoulder and ren?
dered such oHier surgical aid as was nec?
essary. The accident happened about 4
o'clock and at 10 o'clock last night the
Doetor was resting fairly! well. It is
hoped he will be able to bo out in the
course of a few days.
At the corner of ?Commerce and Salem
avenue Fred Cooper fell and injured his
buek. It was only with the greatest dilli
oulty and exertion that he managed to
crawl out of tho way of a delivery wiiticn
which was being driven down the street
at a fast rate. There were, several other
slight accidents.
MR. ANHELL'S PURCHASE.
R. II. Angell has purchased the plant
of the Midway Iron Co. for the manufac?
ture of iron spikes.?Manufacturers'Rec?
ord.
DIED AT RUSTBURG.
.lames Wiley, a brother of '.Coy! Wiley,
ol this city, who is an engineer on the
Norfolk nnd Western railroad, died at his
home in Rustburg Sunday morning.
BATTLE OK ELEMENTS. :'
The rain which began to fall about
o'clock yesterday afternoon soon covered
the streets and sidewalks with n coating
of ice, and the hail that followed in half
an hour made locomotion difficult and
disagreeable to a'l whose business or nec?
essities compelled them to wall; about
the city Towards 11 o'clock it began to
snow steadily, adding still more to the
general discomfort of all exposed to the
weather. There is not the. least do'ubt
that the people of Roaooko are now hav?
ing real winter weather, and as it holds
on so long, it is hoped when it changes it
will be for good until the song of the blue
bird is heard in the orchard and the apple
blossoms show that spring has come.
THE PROPOSED CENTRAL LABOR
UNION.
About twenty-live members of different
labor organizations assembled Sunday
afternoon in the Berkeley building to per?
fect arrangements looking to the. forma?
tion of a. Central Labor Union. It was
an enthusiastic meeting, about six unions
being represented. This central union
will be made permanent, just, as soon as a
full representation can be had.which will
be at its nexl meeting.
GETTING IN A SUPPLY OF ICE.
The people of Vlnton ami Surround!ag
country are taking advantage ol the op?
portunity to gather in a "rich harvest of
ice, made possible by tin- lorn; ami severe
cohl snap, which has been prcvailng in
this section for more than a week.
HELP THE POOR.
Mayor Andrews says quite i number
of persons, mostly colored, have applied
to him for,assistance. lie always refers
such cases to the chief of police and il
after investigation they are, found worthy
of assistance the help needed is given.
Donations of money, provisions a nil cloth
Ing should be made to the Ladies' Benev?
olent Society, who will see that, such do?
nations are properly distributed. Quite
a number of contributions hare already
been made, but the need is still urgent
and all thai can be given is earnestly de?
sired.
OUR FIRST
SHIPMENT "i nit. iwmoi* Manhat?
tan kam v uosom siiikts
iias vimmvki?. Il VOl 'd
i.ikk iiiski: wn.vr'swM.i.
im)m" intkxds to wkai!
Kills skasox l\ sniltTS,
i omk TOJ5KK l >. prriiai's
Ynl 'l> 1,1 kk To Vivii in l
>nMl. i-\ttkkxs.
G1LKESON .V TAYLOR.
APPLES. APPLES. APPLES.
We will sell at public auction this
morning at in o'clock on market square,
fifty barrels of Baldwin and Greening ap?
ples. CATOGXI lllios.
A SCIENTIFIC WONDER.
A new invention that is a great won?
der has just oeen patented by .T. F.
Baugh, of Box, Miss., wll'. has invented
a machine that will make butter in two
or three minutes. The Baugh air churn
is unlike any device that has ever been In?
vented for churning. At the top of the
churn is an air tube connected to the bot?
tom ports, which discharge the air
through the milk against the brakes ou
the sides, giv ing the finest agitation with
pure air. The gearing of the machine
makes 1,C>0U revolutions of this propeller
in a minute and agitar.es the cream a
thousand times more strongly than the
ordin?re dasher churn. This immense
agitation brings the butter instantly. We
have watched the process. It is marvel?
ous. The cream is placed in the churn,
and a few turns of a large wheel will sep?
arate the butter am! it appears on the
surface all gathered. No more standing
an hour and a half or two hours over .1
churning. Any one who is out of em?
ployment should not. miss the opportu?
nity All that you need to 1I0 is to make,
butter on churning day, anil every one
will be sun- to buy. In one neighborhood
from twenty to thirty churns can easily
be sold, and the profits on these to agents
will easily give them if 150a month. When
an agent makes butter in two or three
minutes before a farmer's wife, ''the
handle of the old dasher lifts heavier than
ever.'" <'all at the ollice ol the Centra!
Manufacturing Co., on Campbell avenue,
and see the churn now on exhibition and
manufactured by this company in Roa
hoke.
HOOK OF Till-'. BUILDERS, original
price 25c., given away to ^customers at
.lack's news depot. Only "one given Co
each person.
lildren! ??
treat them just as
not better, than
.rown folks. . . .
?mplete line of Snips, Perfume*, Tooth
ihes, etc.
2dc Tooth Brush we guarantee?
e?1 Onlj l?y Graduates in IMinrmnojr,"
?"l^ '-T?S I'lIARMACISTd,
i.K3, Cor. Salem Avo injiJeff St.
HUSTINGS COURT PHOCKKDINGS.
The February term of the hustings
court began yesterday with tlio charge of
Judge Woods to the maud jury,who went
to work on the cases of alleged violations
Of the law before them, after which the
following cases were disposed of: Mrs.
Helle Hose, charged with sidling liquor
without a license on election day, with?
drew her application for an 'appeal and
was fined {JSC and sentenced t<> ten hours
Imprisonment in jail. The case of Millie
Withers,who appealed from a decision in
the justice's court, was heard and :v tine
of imposed, thus sustaining the decis?
ion of the lower court. The case of Rob?
ert Conner, charged with the larceny of a
watch, is set for trial tc-day. as is also
that of Walter Jamison, charged with
house- breaking.
NEW CATCHY Phonograph music at
Jack's news depot.
HURT HIS SIDE.
William Olllver, of this city while fix
nig a stove pipe in the Fourth Avenue
Church last Saturday night, slipped and
fell across the benches, injuring himself
so severely in the right side that he will
be confined to his room for a week or
more. ^
A MAN AMONG MEN.
Among the guests at Hotel Koanoke
yesterday was lt. K, Urquhart, of Salt
vi He, who is the tallest man seen in this
city for some time. lie measures :
feet six inches without shoes and has a
frame to match his height.
ACCURATE IN DESCRIBING BAR?
GAINS.
We have always been careful to de?
scribe accurately bargains advertised,
which has resulted in selling them almost
immediately. We are also careful that
every Instrument advertised as a bargain
is a biirgain, therefore no one calling will
be disappointed. We bare several bar?
gains now, which we will describe
through our adrcrtisement from time to
time within the next few days. Watch
for them. Robbie Piano Co.
FIRE AT NORWICH.
The Crystal Spring Soap Company fired
up their new twenty horse power engine
this morning, which doubles the capacity
formerly used. Buy soap made in Roau
okc and see home industries grow
NOTICE.
Subscriber- to the Roanoke Telephone
Exchange will please add to their cata?
logue, the names of Rev. W. G. Campbell,
residence. No. 132, and Samuel W. Stone,
druggist, No. 112.
B. S. WRIGHT, Manage
Home-made tally, all kinds. I.'
per pound at .T. J. Cntogni's.
Hlharger, the
Terry budding..
watchmaker. (Hlice in
Fresh Bread, Vienna Roll-. Cinnamon
Buns, Turnovers, at Cntogni's Coufet
tionery. 'Phone 71,
PHONE 209
When In need of anything in the feed line
aud your orders will receive prompt at?
tention. EASTER FEED CO.
IF YOl* BUY
Your -tove from Engleby & Bro. Co.
you are sure of getting repairs for them.
Everybody can't say that.
California Pears, Washington Naval
Oranges, -sweet and juicy, at Cntogni's
Confectionery.
TAKE the BABY'S
PICTURE with a
POCKET KODAK.
Price !js>.
'!?; BICYCLES iv
cieved. Special terms
to those who buy at
once. See the White
Fiver.
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.
Oysters by the pint, quart or gallon at
J. J. Cntogni's.
IM
I- the right number to ring lip 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 foundat ion of a
house to the completion. at bottom
prices. You will find their office at 110
< 'ampbell street e.
Wo need the MONEY. You need the
STOVES. ENGLEBY ?V BRO. CO.
The liest ANTHRACITE, EGG STOVE
AND NUT coal for sale by W. Iv. AN?
DREWS Si CO.,210 Salem avenue. Look
out for the belled teams.
ENT t" going bare?
foot lor .-olid com
f o r t c o in e - o u r
Youths' and Chil?
dren's Shoes. Built
for to-day's require?
ment -. Much value
for little money.
ROANOKE SHOE CO.
Fried Oyster-. Stewed Oysters, Broiled
Oysters on toast, at Cntogni's Restau?
rant.
COME AND SEE.
Engleby & Bro. Co. are going to
? nit all of their heating stove- before
aarv I. Better come and see.
?lose
I t
i You Cannot S
I I ell It From
! the Fresh Article!
FANCY CANNED
TRY A CAN TO-DAY.
COMK lO I S
PITMAN k E
Z 'Phone li>2. ?
206 Commerce Street.
EMBRDlDERItS. WHITE BODOS. LftGtS.
HERE IS THE LAYOUT;
Nainsook Embroideries
Swiss Embroideries
Cambric Embroideries
Match Cambric Sets
Match Nainsook Sets
Match Swiss Sets
Colored Embroideries
All-over Embroideries
Beadings and Insertings
SPECIAL LOTS AT SPECIAL PRICES,
VALENCI
LACES!
From the Lowest Grades to the
Finer Match bets.
Torchon Laces
Silk Laces
Cotton Laces
WHITE GOODS!
Dimities Nainsooks
Mazalias Organdies
Swisses
India Linons
PALAIS ROYAL/
101 SALEM AVENUE.
MB
The prices nra intended lioi rjfe
ill them ut olcm js^
lo lunke room for <>t>i lnrgu Spring Stock.
nrjuui/UUHO i,, .u<Jroly s.-il the ??oods, Lot to sell them ait oi.cn
1 Clearing Wonders in
Millinery Department,
CLOAKS.
A price sacrifice of lint* such aa the
memory <>t Koanoko'a oldest .bargain
seekers have never Been in C(|tial nr pre?
cedent to entire slock of all iho Huts in
our house?dtv'ded into two absolutely
ui'raculoos nuilcrcoet prh e Iota:
LOT 1 ? All t his season's Ladle*' Hat?,
comprising almost every shape and almost
every coloring made Ulm.? that sold no I
to 75c. choice. Be i
LOT v All our Ladies" Hals of this |
season's shapes and-et) los that sold from |
$1 n> $i, rhoire.16c
All remaining stock of Fancy Feathers !
and Wims ?uTered this week-choice f>c
All remaining stock of Oatrlch Colored I
Tips o:Tered this week, lor choice... lUc i
$5 Hats foT$l.69.
About 5U LADIES' TT'.IMMUD HATS,
representing the prettiest, moat stylish I
anil ?wellest creations, in the newest i
seapes and colors--that sold from $8.60 to
$:>- your pick of any for only. $!.!.:> ;
$7 Hats for $1.98,
All our HIGH-COST LAD! KS' 'I'Kl MM
KD HATs. superb ami richly trimmed .
pattern style?, comprising a collection of
over twenty, and ranging In price frou, *v |
to ft -clearing sale price for choice...} 1 11 |
Silk Black Satin Ribbon. :
silk tllack Satin and < Iroi Grain Klbbon:
. Inch wide, Sr. :i inct.es v/lde, ISc
IX " Sc. XX " 18c
9 " 10c. I ? We. I
as ?? itc. *X " 89c.
Silk Black Double-facea ^atin l?bhon, j
neuriv b\C0U yards, at these pricer:
LS In. wide, lie SX In. wide 35c. i
9 ?' 11c. 4Ji " :?c. ?
?2S " ITc. 4 A, " 85c.
:i " 2ic. 5 89c.
vVe have about ir,o pieces pure i>|lk
Changeable Taffeta Ribbon*. 40, a I
color? and black, usually :5c Hibben*, thil
week.... iiXc
ci.OA 1\S
? I.IIAKS
CLOAKS
( I.OA KS
(LOAKS
CI.OA KS
t LOA KS
(LOS KS
CLOAKS
t; LOA KS
C1 OAKS
CI.'ja KS
CLOAKS
U1.0AKM
CLOa KS
CLOAKS
CLOAKS
CLOAKi
CLOAKS
'.l KDIH'KD
KKDtH'KD
it It I UUBD
KliDlJOKD
ItSDllCED
HhllliOKD
ltltDI'CSn
It KD uck 1)
KKDIH'EI?
llp 1 CKD
KKDl'f h'D
hKDUO 1)
It HDL CKD
ItttUDCKD
I!K1HCKD
K K 1)1 CKII
It Klit'CKD
KKOUCKU
II KD U CKD
Bvrrytbtng must
come lo an end.
and these reduc
Hone are the last
that will he n.noe
lo our Cloak stock
- nnd It's no use to
wait for anv lue
Hier "CllttlDg."
The prices named
are luetabout one
1-3 what:the good*
have told Tor?
tnls season's styles
mid when l Ii e
P'escot stock Is
none there'll lie no
more C I o a k s ot?
tered t his seasot.
Violets.
Ith foliinre.
AT '5e \ lole'. ltoui)uets
worth :15c.
Large bdichta of Violets with Ic.-.t.?
i i-e.v:ierr tic: h.-rc lie.
Sl'Kt IAL LOT cf liarilM.i.ui Violets,
large hunches with leaves, regular tV'c
bunches. .f'.'C.
l.trge bunches of iui3orted Violet*with
lc?ves. regular I'rire -.'Sc,this week.... 15c.
Violet* -three dozen in hnncli at... 95c.
Fine Velvet Violets, three dozen In a
liinch.t!?c.
Mik Violet Hou<|Uetl with foliage at -.'Sc.
New French Flowers.
le
Ladies' Jackets.
Ilalance of $-1 and $5 Jackets at.. .. $l.P$
Balance of *?'. aid ?7 Jackets at. $3.5U
llalat.ee of $7 ami $s. .lecketa nt. j.'i.'--'
Ilalance of and flu Jackets at_ Jl.<o
Balance of $10 and $19 Jackets at... ft S3
Plush and Cloth Capes.
linlance of $s and $10 Plush Capes.. $4 SS
Italaneeof $iOaiid $19 Pluah Capes,
I'.alancc of $19 and $1.". I'lush (.'apes, f6.M
Balance of $15 and $su riush Capes. $s.?3
Ualanoe of x19.&U Atlrakhan tapes.. |4 W
Misses' Jackets
Mi 35 and $G Misees' Jackets at . i-1 L>0
Extra Offerings in Veilings.
A great purchase goes on ?ale this we?!;
of '.'uo pieces of all me latest and pretttei
Miris in Imperted Noteliy Velllnge, com
prleing Ct.eullle Tu\cdo. Fish Net, Calls
hordora- per yaid from 15c upward.
ltlaok Flab Not \ ailing In a nuniher of
new and rich designs 'l hese VeHlB?;s
unlit now were sold for 25 >-ents. There
will he ureat eel lint; here this week, for
tie-price Is, per yard.ir>c
Fine Oheulle c osr spotted Velileg. lu
ail colon and bia.-b, tmi regular 2Se
u,ita ity.wiii be roil tu rethts week tor.per
j.-ird.15c
11 it lea better qualltv otchenlle Velllbg
you vre hulking lor, we are nble to please
you at. i>-c
A f nil line of Mourning Face Veilings,
with crape border, ut a great reduction
this weea.
HOSIERY.
"hrire collection of hls.li gr
?-iik and VelrT li.ises. Pinks,
Popple*. Gcranl ima, iimis and
laige vsrlely cf
age from.
10c to SI.S8
Special Hosiery sale for ihis week
95 rf.v.en Ladle*' Foil Kegnlar-made
llcse. llermsdort >.lack. double
neel and toe. extra line gauge, all
si. re, value emits,ut.
For this week only.
Ten de-.-.?n l iiii.--,' Full Regula?"
ir.eio Hose, llernidorf black,
doublehnel anilto^, lisleihr-at
lloish. nhhed or piain? all sizes.
positiv*'-,- 53c good*, .
a pair, o- tour ualrs lor $1.
Fol th's week onlv.
I6c
29c
M. IHDORSKY, |
Manager, j
PALAIS ROYAL
j 101 Salem

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