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Now is the time to make up for
Hie coming summer, and
avoid sewing during the
New 36-inch All-wool Dress
Goods, in small and while
checks, only 25c per yard.
New Ccvert Cloths, beautiful
spring shades, two-tonod
effect, only 75c; just the
thing for tailor-madrj suits.
Twenty Dress Patterns?just the
Thing for the coming spring
(eight yards to the pattern),
only 75c per yard, worth
100 pieces Olack Dress Goods,
in plain and fancy, at prices
ranging from 25c up.
Wa feel assured that we can
sava you at least 25 per
cent, on your purchases.
Wash Goods Department.
Ne/v Percales, 36 inches wide,
only 8c yard.
New Cambric-Finished Percales.
New Outings, just the thing for
Wrappers, only 10c per yd.
New Outings, suitable for Boys'
Shirts, at 8c.
New spring line Vicuna Cl?th,
for wrappers, at 10c yard.
New line of Shrunk Duck, only
IOc per yard. ??? ',:
White Goods Department
200 pieces white Check Nain?
sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, 10c,
i 2' c and 15.
200 pieces White India Linen,
regular goods, at 5c, 8c,
10c, WAz and up
White and Colored Organdy (two
yards wide) at 25c, 35c
imperial Long Cloth, chamois
finish 12 yards for $1.15.
BLEftCHED 1 UNBLEACHED COTTONS
Wamsutta 4-4 Bleached at 10c
Best qualiiv 4-4 Lonsdale Cam?
bric at 10c.
Best quality 7 8 Cambric at
Lockwood 10-4 Bleached Sheet?
ing at 20c.
lockwood 9-4 Bleached Sheet?
ing at 18c.
Mohawk 8-4, 9-4 and 10-4 Un?
bleached Sheeting, !2Hc,
15c and 18c.
Full line of Hamburg Edgings and
Insertions, on Cambric,
Nainsook and Swiss, at 4c,
5c, 6c, 7c, 8c, 9c, 10c
Full line of Torshon and Valen?
LUE 1UEIILE [OBTAIN DEFT.
Lace Curtains at 75c, $1,
$1.25, $1.50, and up.
Chenile Curtains, all colors,
from $2.50 per pair up.
No charge made for Poles and
Is Us Bssi, Mm
It relieves bu?iueb8' men and
person* p >s80*siug property
I'r'rim ihe nncessity of naylug
"No" to frieuda ni?d relatives
who inny nsk tlieni n? qualify
oil bonds of various kinds.which,
if they dtd, would create a eon
tiugent liability, impair tlie:r
financial credit, end iuvolvo a
When once adopted, it is
PT" Information chcertully furnlBhrd by
J. H. MORRIS, General Asent,
?11 Terry Building.
K. ANDREWS & CO.
210 Salem Avenue,
I'OOAIIONTAS I ' ~
ItED ASH I V. ~
KUSSKLL CREEK ! . r *
TOM'S CREEK I J " -
BA NN" Kit I- 5'&?
DORCHESTER ! ~
l.OGAN j =
AI .MA .TT. a
AlsoCOKR AND WOOD.
Hcmemlier that we inaugurated a year
ago the now pupulnr prices, x;i.7? and *l
lor coal. See:- We lead; others some?
time follow. J. H. WILKINSON & Co.,
10'J Third street a w. 'Phone 210.
Half seasoned sit weil oak blocks are
best for the new style of stoves. We
have them. Also Alma coal ill >:?'?'? T? per
ton. Koard Coal Company, 20 I 2 Salem
W. 15. Daniel >\; Co. have j 11st'received
one car load of oats and corn, and two
cars of timothy hay, also 11 large supply
oi Pocahontas coal. Oflico and yard near
Salem avenue,under Henry street bridge.
HEADQUARTERS KOK RICYCLES.
We have secured the agency for the
Lance bicycle, one of the best and the
fastest, wheels on the market. Strictly
first-class in every particular. Two
tirades to select from. Don't buy your
"Hi bicycle until von inspect, the fiance.
OVEHSTREET i-. THURM AN,
?jo Campbell avenue s. w.
PREL'ATtE FOB WAR.
.shoulder your musket and march to
Land and Sen. Lande-, Sec: the 50 cent
photos, (I for -"in cents for this week.
LANDES, 10 1-2 Salem avenue.
CALL FOR YOUR MAIL.
Thee are a dozen or more letters at
The Times oftice addressed to Mr. "15. ,"
and to "Hoard."
Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Page, of :'.1() Camp?
bell avenue, wish to state to their friends
ami acquaintances that, they are not the
parties suing for divorce, which was
noticed by the publication of an article in
The Times of recent date.
A special dispatch from Lyiichburg last
night says: John Wall, ope of the weal?
thiest and be.-t. known citizens of this
city, expired suddenly this morning at
the Lyncliburu and Durham depot while
wailing for the train. Shortly ^before 7
o'clock Mr. Wall, who seemed in splendid
spirits ami health, walked briskly to the
Durham depot, where he expected to take
the i":20 train for Nartum, lie was walk?
ing up and down the plat for;:-, smoking,
when he suddeny fell and died within two
minutes from apoplexy. Mr. Wall wns
58years of am-. He was born in Queens
town, county (Jork, Ireland. His estate
i- estimated to he worth JIhjI ween a quar?
ter of a million and three hundred thou?
Mil. JAM KS WILL BE PRESENT.
Rev. 15. C. .lames, of King William
county, will be with the mein hers of the
Enst Koanokc Baptist Church in their
prayer meeting to-morrow night at 7:150
DIED IN CAMPBELL.
J. S. Moorman received a telegram yes
terdnv announcing the death of his
father, J. H. Moorman, which occurred
at Gladys, Campbell county, yesterday.
The deceased left a family, including the
following residing in this city: T. W.
Moorman, J. s. Moorman, Mrs. B. C.
Beckaernnd Mrs. K. L. Layue, all of
whom will leave for Campbell county
this morning to attend the funeral.
HHST BAPTIST CHURCH TO-NIGHT.
This evening at S o'clock theie will be
a most Interesting service in connection
with the ordinat ion of deacons. An ad?
dress wfll be delivered by *Rev. George J.
Hobday, of the Baptist Orphanage at Sa?
lem, upon the subject, ''The Qualifica?
tions and Duties of Deacons." Dev. W.
S. Royal, pastor of the First Baptist
Church, Bedford City, will speak upon
the subject, "The Delations of I he Church
to the Deacons," und the "Delations of
Deacon.-; ami Kastor." The members of
the church and congregation arc earnestly
requested to lie present. The public is
WILL BUILD AT ONCE.
('. K. Evans has purchased a lot on
bsudoc avenue ami will commence in a
few days the erection of 11 nice house.
This is only one of the nunibei of new
Iniildlugs that will be erected here during
the coming spring and .it looks like'pros
prrity is coming to Roanoke.
Dock bottom prices on special lines of
shoes for a few davs at MllilgU.H .V Dayit
Now's the 1
To plant (?irden
and they are fresh.
(?r. -: : 1 pt!? i.M I'll?In!>
MONEY TO LOAN'.
Parties desiring to borrow money in
small loans ranging from $200 to SfiJOO
from tlf- l.vnchburg Perpetual Building
??out Loan Company on Improved Rounoke
city real estate will call aud file appllca;
tions with ?>. W. UOSWEL1*, agent.
1101-3 Jefferson street.
The ease of Lucinn II. Cocke, trustee,
against the Exchnugo Uullding and In?
vestment Companyi was concluded in the
circuit court yesterday and Judge Dupuy
has the points submitted under advise?
ment and will in all probability render
his decision by Saturday. This case has
attracted considerable attention.
MUSICAL AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH.
There will b? n musical given at the
Fourth Avenue Christian Church Friday
evening, March 12. Some of the best
musical talent in the cloy and from Rol?
lins has been secured for this occasion
and ii treat is in store for till those who
attend. The proceeds arc for the benefit
of the church.
SHIPMENTS OF COAL.
The total shipments of Pocahontas coal
during the month of February was 213,
?!?"">?"? tons and the total for^the first week
in Mandi. ending March 0, was 65,477
tons. This is a slight increase over the
last wei k !n February.
Tilts skasos wk'vi: Minien
15:? ii i.i: Si its. ANYHiiNi; you
I.IKK ami AT LITTI.K cost.
Suits kuo.m $3.50 to $15.00
WK'vr. KYKitYTIIIXli KLSK THAT
MlSTKIt WllKKI.MAX NKKDs:
("M s. BKf.TS, llOSK, SWKATKUS,
GILKESON & TAYLOR,
Hattkhs AMi Fuuxisukhs.
WELL TRAINED Dot:.
An old blind linn led by a little yellow
dot.' has attracted .considerable attention
on the streets for several days. The ilog
knows his business and leads the blind
man up to the door and stops: the blind
man then enters and asks for contribu?
tions. The well-trained ?lue; and his care?
fulness in lending the old man only where
the waiks are good^nud'never taking him
in the same place twice.
j FLECTION OF OFFICERS.
The board of deacons of the First Pres?
byterian Church met in regular session
Monday night and reorganized, electing
the following officers to serve during the
ensuing year: President, .1. W. Shields,
Jr.; vice-president,".I. S Ouerraiit; secre?
tary, Thomas I*. 1 iuford: assistant secre?
tary, ChilS. lb Hell: treasurer, Ii. G. Han?
son: assistant treasurer, Chus. R. j
CARD OF THANKS.
Mrs. 1. A. Woody desires to return
thanks to her many kind friends in the
recent illness aud death of [her husband.
SUIT AGAINST TDK CITY. ~
The ense of T. Logan against the city
of Roanoke for s?iiii damages occupied
the attention of Judge Woods in the
hustings court yesterday, *nud the case
was continued until to day, they not hav?
ing finished with the evidence yesterday.
Logan fed on the corner of Common
I wealth avenue and Harrison street last
summer and claims damages mi the
ground that the bad condition of the walk
was responsible for the accident. Logan
is represented bv Attorney Everett Per- '
kins mid AttorneyMV. A. Glasgow repre- j
seats the city. A large .number of wit- i
nesses arc being examined and it is not
thought thai the conclusion o1 the trial 1
will be reached before evening.
El .LYSON S CANDIDACV.
We present a letter this morning of II.
C. Tinsley's, further elucidating the
candidacy ol .1..Taylor Ellyson for gov?
We have no desire to throw cold water
on this venture, and no special res rail for
doing so: but we will say frankly that
Mr. Kllyson's prospects do not seem to
i us to be m> rosy os pictured"by his press
j agent ?Stuunton News.
i L. II. Yuughun & Co., who conduct a |
store and meat market, at the corner of
Hark street aud Kixth avenue s. \v., anil
who also conduct stall No. 7 in the city
market,'yesterday bought of Ellis Wright,
of Roanoke county, a carload of the finest
and fattest beef cattle ever offered on the
Roanoke market. These cattle will he
slaughtered and offered to the public at.
both the above named places. Those
j who know how to enjoy a nice, jllicv,
tender beefsteak or roast can secure the
finest of the fine by calling at the places
Lovett's Boston Stars, one of the most,
popular concert companies now before
the public, will appear at the Academy of
Music Friday night, March 12, under the
auspices of the Railroad Department Y.
M. C. A. of this city The company is
composed of Frank (i. Reynolds, .humor?
ist; Miss Hertha Biewer, reader: Miss
Hose GarrIt/., violinist, nnd Miss Mabelle
Hill, soprano. The programme rendered
is a varied one and very pleasing to any
audience. He erved seats are 85 'ind 50
cents. Chart will open to the public this
morning at Johnson & Johnson's.
The Royal Insurance Company, of Liv?
erpool i.s the largest fire company in the
world. Have yon noticed their state?
ment? Assets over$00,OGO,000. Net sur?
plus over $15,000,000. ('has. Lunsford &
Son are their agents. They pay los-es
cash, because they have the cash to do it
I have a car of nice dry, wide, rough
botrd*. cheap. ,1. H. WILKINSON.
With every 10 cent 'purchase at. Hop
croft'.?, 7 Jefferson street. All the latest
periodicals and papers on hand. A full
stock of line clgnrs and tobacco.
Prompt and polite attention to all.
Seeds. Wo have S53'H.VI".S SEK1?S,
EDS: A Choice Asiurtmcnt.
by Grndnntea in Pharmacy."
List of Those Who Will Entertain
The mi mini conference of tho United
Brethren in Christ will couveue In this
city March 1". at 2 i>. m., In the United
Brethren Church, on Franklin road.
Bishop J. W. Hott, I). 1).. LL.D., of Ce?
dar Rapids, Iowa, will pi t-side, andamong
the other prominent gentlemen who will
he present are Rev. C. T. Carter, ot Chat
tauooga, Tenn., superintendent of the
Southern work of the church, and Dr.
William M. Bell, the gcueral missiouuty
secretary of the church.
The territory ot the conference em?
braces the northern part of Virginia, part
of West Virginia and part of Maryland.
There will he about seventy-live ministers
and lay delegates In nttendnuce, r6r whom
homes liave been secured as follows:
Mrs. Arthur, 804 Seventh avenue s. w.
?X. F. A Cupp, J. It. Ridcnour.
S. I.. Rice,8-10 Seventh avenue s. w.?J.
E. B. Rice, ii'. Hott.
T. R. Tillett, 330 Ninth avenue s. ?r.?
Bishop J. W. Hott. T. (' Carter.
\V. F. Dixon, 324 Seventh avenue -. w.
?J. D. Donovan, A. Hoover.
Mrs. Funkhouser.218Church avenues,
w.?A. P. Funkhouser, J. N. Fries.
W. II. Egloff, 1008 Sixth avenue s. w.
?1. W. Stover. W. A. Black.
J. (\ Richardson, Fourth avenue ::. w.
?II. I". Richards m. W. L. Chihlress.
M. L. Avis,*8t'0 '.Thirteenth avenue n.
w.?Rev. P. J. Lawrence, W. II. Whit
W. o. Adams, ?08 I*azewell avenue s.
e.?S. K. Wine, .1. C. S. Myers.
F. M. Wlngficld. 501 Fifth avenue s. e
? C. I*. Dyche, .1. E i . Iluahes.
W. W. Dunkleburger, ?27 Fifth avenue
s. <? ?A. .1. Sechrist. f>o. Elliott.
W. II. Williams, 2(1 Edgewood street,
s. o. ---I. W. Maden, a delegate.
.lohn Leslie, 20 Rdirewoo?! street s. e
- .1. W. Brill. Noah Koontz.
G. W. Grnhill, 003 Fifth avenue >. e.?
W. O. Ewing
C. D. Fox, 308 Church street s. w.?A.
S. Hammock, John Otirber.
(.'. 1-'.. Grav, 514'Slxth aveuue n. e.?G.
B. Fach ley, H. \V. Escue.
.1. F. Drish, 719 Borer avenue s. w. -
W. K, Berry and delegate.
R. 11. Binker, 315 Kimball avenue n. e.
?S. A. Grabill and delegate.
Mrs. Zimmerman, 7U> Henry street s.
w.?W. H. SampseP, !A. A. Funkhouser.
W. L. McClane,"1021 Fifth avenues,
w.?.1. F. Snyder, .1. F. Boro.
Harriet Burton,'-I'M Third avenue u. e.
?B. I'. s. Busy, w ll. Miller.
Vonce de Leon?E. W P.oenshel.
Col. S. S. Brooke. b'M 'Franklin road s.
w. ?Dr. w. M. Holl. Prof. Dob nor.
S. S. See. S Third avenue j>. e.?J. W.
Howe, .i. I'. Kitchen.
Mrs. A. 1! Al'co, :!|li Fourth avenue n.
w.? W. 1'. Buzzell, .1. M Hott.
George Bryan, I?10 Sixth avenue s. e.
?W. o. .lones. .1. L. Argeubrlght.
Mrs. Peck, 202 Franklin road. s. w.?
C. II. Crowell, W."N. McCalister, W. F.
Crewei, .1. II. Bunk, S. 11. Sliell.
A. O. Raw, 222 Fourth street s. w.?
W. S. Raw.
Dr. Tipton, 2-1 Third avenue a. e.?W.
II. ilildebraud, Rev. Mysellus.
.1. A. Swaveley, 111 Kirk avenue s. e.
?O. G. Bunion.
P. llines, 400 Third avenue n. e.?S. 1).
Skelton, L. A. Kacers.
.1. v.-. Jenkins, BIO Ten and a Half
street, s. e.?Wm. Stern.
Mrs. Nlzolles, Commerce street s. w. ?
W. 15. Whitsetand wife.
('. W. Wade, 421 Ninth avenue s. w.?
Gco. II. Sau Hey.
WHAT MR. WHEAT HAS To SAY
ABOUT TIIH HAINES BROS.'
Roanoke, Va., March ?">, 1807.
.1. F. Rogers & C<>., Plauo Dealers, Koan- i
Dear Sirs: In replv to yours of this ;
date let me say the Haines Bros, upright ,
piano, which you furnished me in my
concerts in the National Business College
ami Y. M. C. A. the first part of Decem?
ber, gave me great satisfaction and ro?
ll ec ted great credit on the well known
manufacturers and upon you as their rep?
It was thoroughly and exhaustively
tested in tin- varied ami elaborate pro?
gramme 1 prepared and executed, and in
all the special qualities which constitute
thai noble Instrument, the modern piano?
forte, it responded with admirable pre?
cision and delicacy. Sincerely yonrs.
I have recci red a cur of sash, doors, and
blinds, bought when the price was the
lowest ever reached in the history of the
manufacture of these goods. You know >
what this means. .1. ' 1. WILKINSON.
MUNSEY'S MAGAZINE at Jack's
news depot. Toilettes, I,'Art de la Mode
for April and Vanity Fair now in.
OF PAWNBROKER'S AUCTION
All goods left with me on or before
January 1. 1^07, and not having been at?
tended to, will be sold to the highest bid?
der on SATURDAY. MARCH 20,1807, at
NO. 1 Jefferson street.
? Our $50 "Crescent" with
r- ^\ ,n,; bunou- Dnnlop Dctacha
"fivv a* value lor
Xjj>^? the money evi r ottered in
k^&3a this city. Come and see it.
wfifsMb A!~" "Eagles" nt nm]
rwBs fLwyiSludbv Ideal with the great
\^ ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
K. Li FUppo, M.immer.
The Webb Shoe Company and the shoe
department of 1). K. B? al & Co. have
been consolidated under the firm name of
Sibert, Webb & Co. Their new plan- of
business ni 181 Salem avenue has hi en
enlarged by an extension of the building
through to Front street, giving the new |
company ample and elegant quarters for
their immense stock. They will in a few
days display the largest and most varied
stock of shoes ever opened iii Southwest
Virginia. They invite tho public to in?
spect their goods.
Mr. K. H. Pluenmcher has connected
himself with .1. K. Rogers iV Co., No. II
South Jefferson street, and will now
push the piano and organ business,
DON'T FAIL TO SEE
Those beautiful steel engr.ivlligs that
we are wiving away for twenty wrupp 'rs
of Crystal Spring m- Magic City Soap.
Ask your grocer and be will show them
to you. Write your name and address
plainly and mail wirb the wrappers, to
I the Crystal Spring S?oii i Co., Roanoke,
We Garry a Larger Stack of Corsets, in the Finer and Medium Grades,
Than Any House in This Section ot Virginia. We Sell Them a!
the Lowest Prices Permissible Under Contract With the Makers
All the Leading and Desirable Makes Now in Stock.
A New Addition to Our Stock for the
"HER MAJESTY'S CORSET!"
A Cot ol Which We Show Here:
"P. D." FRENCH CORSET.
We carry a complete stock of this cele?
brated French-made Corset. It Is a mnku
that has been on the market tor }?-avs.
They come in different styles.
Have jjnsi mlded the" NEW SHORT
CORSET, to be 'worn with the "Empire
It's the figure you get from wearing n
French Corset that makes themespi chilly
They are. of course, all ninilo the
finest materials and finished in best man?
All styles ,,f D." Corsets.
?1\ D." '.'tench Corsets, full line dzes,
white only, it $1.75.
"P. U." French Corsets, whlto onlv, nt
"Pi IV Corsets, white or '?? ick, at
" R. Ctt G. 'VORSETS.
"R. & Gi" Corsets are probably the
most desirable of all the doinestie-inndo
Corsets in the market. We carry a '.full
line nr.il -ell more than an} '..ou.-c in
this section. All sizes ami ail styles now
ready. Come to us for an ??!! ? G."
? H. ?V G." Corsets', white and black,at
?H. & G.
? n k'c t;.'
Corset while ami
Corsets, white on 1 v.at SI.50.
We are sole agents of this celebrated
Corset fur Koanoke.
"Her Majesty's Corset" is probably en?
joying a larger .-ale than nnj high griule
Corset in the market just now.
' It is especially adapted to persons In?
clined to be stout. The one great feature
of it is that it will never break. The pe
culiar shape of the Corset obviates the
usual great inconvenience of "breaking
in." It is shaped exactly to the ligure.
If you have hot yet been altogether suited
in a Corset, and want one that will last,
buy "Her Majesty's."
It's a high griule Corset, however.
Price, $*2.M?either black or while.
Try it on our recommendation ami von
will lind it the most nlensiltlt to wear, to
be the greatest addition to your ligure,
nod the cheapest when the many benefits
are realized after wearing.
? H G." Ct
?I-, white billy,
U.T. H." Corsets made over the "P. D."
shapes, but much cheaper.
".I. H." Corsets for summer wear, all
sizes, at $1.50.
'?if. IS." Empire Corsets, white only,$1.
These are entirely new numbers with us.
Thompson's Celebrated Glove-Fit?
These Corsets^nccJ no introduction.
There are hundreds of ladies wb > blivo
been using these for years ami have never
found nn Improvement over them in an?
A full line bf all sizes and all tie- num?
Thompson's Glove-Fitting Corse),white
or black, it si.
Thompson's! Hove Fitting i Jorset.wldte
or black, beautiful siuipe, nice, light cor?
set, at *1 75.
Thompson's Clove-fitting 'IV Cov-et,
while only, at $'.},25.
Dr. Warner's Corse; s have feature.- pe?
culiar to them alone. If you need a Cor
set of this kind you can get it here.
Seethe great line of Corsets car?
ried by us when in need of a Corset.
HEIRONIMUS & BRUGH,
206 Commerce Street.
101 SALEM AVENUE.
HEADQUARTERS FOR EVERYTHING IN LACES!
Jiu>t n* pretty I.ace* sold hy nt>. In
Wlntr ?u? Hipler color* 111? jon
will ilnil anywhere ?I Sue tO'Vlc, fur
Choice new Laoca for NerU, Sleeve
?.r Uolero Trimnilntt-aioo white
and Untre'color int?i ?ru hard to ICn
duplicate at85c, for. IJI?
Wiilc I,are*, worth $' 85.? Thi* I* a
aperla! < ffering, which ehouUl bo
iiiiftsrd hyi.no. e would hj rliran
it hilt a* wide ataaoto price. They A He.
fjo by the > ur.l at .f?ll
Orlental, [Hotter aril While; 9 to 5
lachet aroi>, laimliy lee par jtud,
5 to H inc'.i Oriental. White and Dot?
ier. Ilonlton braid iiTecu, Worth
ar.c. at .
". I'o l-J In'h PolDl .le Pari* cml
Venice, White and Untier, worth |2 Q
5, S i<nd rf-inch llroldorte Lace*,
wli le and tmtt.r. ?Irtctly ww-li
able; regular , rice 9Cc to ?40c. at
IOo, IS v uiul 15?'.
K'ur Val. I.hi ?j and laaertintta In
n>atcn, w 'rth irom 15c to ?'( c per
> arU, at le und !i C
lintter Venlte Vandyke Lacer,'.'to
lb ;. pei ^Qg
lei tap licra. nine inch.
worth ft a yard at.
i < if eh Moneet.loe do So'o. fi SI Is
Gbltfona. In ? teat qnaltty and In
ev/ry co'"' produced. No ? ii de?
?Mile cr r-"uil liouan offer* vn'iirs
eipia! to It it^es at.
Sri PALAIS ROYAL IVT