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Now is the time to make up for
the ooming summer, and
avoid sewing during the
New 36 inch All-wool Dress
Goods, in small and white
checks, only 25c per yard.
New Covert Cloths, beautiful
spring shades, two-toned
effect, only 75c; just the
thing for tailor-made suits.
Twenty Dress Patterns?just the
Thing for the coming spring
(eight yards to the pattern),
only 75c per yard, worth
100 pieces Black Dress Goods,
in plain and fancy, at prices
ranging from 25c up.
We feel assured that we can
sav3 you at least 25 per
cent, on your purchases.
Wash Goods Depaitment.
Ke-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' j
Shirts, at 8c.
New spring line Vicuna Cloth,
for wrappers, at lOcyard.
New line of Shrunk Duck, only
iOc per yard.
White Goods Department
200 pieces *hite Check Nain?
sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, IOc,
200 pi sees White India Linen,
regular goods, at 5c, 8c, j
IOc, I2^c and up
White and Colored Organdy (two
yards wide) at 25c, 35c
Imperial Long Cloth, chamois
finish 12 yards for $1.15.
BLEACHED 1 UNBLEACHED COTTONS
Wamsutta 4-4 Bleached at IOc
Best quality 4-4 Lonsdale Cam?
bric at IOc.
Best quality 7 8 Cambric at
Lockwooil IQ4 Bleached Sheet?
ing at 20c.
lockwood 9-4 Bleached Sheet?
ing at 18c.
Mohawk 8-4, 9-4 and 10-4 Un?
bleached Sheeting, !2#c,
l5o and 18c.
Full lino of Hamburg Edgings and
Insertions, on Cambric,
Nainsook and Swiss, at 4c,
5c, 6c, 7c, 8c, 9c, IOc
Full line of Forshon and Valen?
L&CE 1CHENILE CURTAIN DEP'T.
Lace Curtains at 75c, $1,
$1.25, $1.50, and up.
Clienile Curtains, all colors,
from $2.50 per pair up.
No cha.ge made for Poles and
OMiratect for Its great lravei.ini; xtrcnrth nnrt
hcvl hriilnmn. /^emires the tood ?|tulr.*t alum
nud all form? of m ulurulloi. common to chcup
ItoYAt. ISakino Pogrom Co., New York.
Remember tliat we inaugurated n year
iiK<? the now popular prices, 531.75 am! if I
lor coal. See? We lend, others some?
time follow. J. 11. WILKINSON & Co.,
102 Third street s w. 'Phone 210.
11alf seasoned saweil oak blocks are
liest for tht? new style of stoves. We
have them. Also Alma coal tit ?3 75 per
ton. Poard Coal Company, 20 1 'J Salem
HEADQUARTERS Foil HICYCLES.
We have secured the agency for the
Lance bicycle, one of the liest, and the
fastest wheels on the market. Strictly
llrst class in every particular. Two
[trades to select from. Don't liny your
'H7 bicycle until von Inspect the Lance.
OVEKSTRKET ifc THURM AN,
'.'0 Campbell avenue s. w.
N. AM) W. AND SHOP EMPLOYES.
By the re(|nest of the railroad and ma?
chine works employes Landes will con?
tinue making I! photos for 50 cents for
this week only. Come and bring your
face with you. I!) 1-2 Salem avenue.
W. H. Daniel, t he coal and fi ed man,
is agent for the Stephenson ndding ma?
chine. If you want one trail at his office
or write to him at once.
AMERICA'S FINEST FLOUR.
2.5,500 barrels made every day. larg?
est production in the world. Always of
HAWKINS, FIELDING ?r CO., Agents.
The best and cheapest light ill the town
is to he seen in the elegant drug store of
Chits. I). Fox. If you would like one call
on the Virginia Automatic fiightingCom
puny, No. 10 Campbell street, over book
PREFERS CHARGES AGAINST AN
w. H. Douglas yesterday evening wrote
ill letter to Mayor W. K. Andrews in
which he charges Police Officer Gee with
unlawfully assaulting w. N Sale on
market square. He snys that Sale was
slightly under the liiiluenco of whiskey
and that Policeman Gee, in arresting him,
used his club unlawfully, and that when
be, Douulus, started towards him to aid
him in assisting Sale, if necessary, and
to keep Cee from beatitur him, that he
drew bis pistol and pointed it at him in
a very threatening " manner. The police
officers here report Sale as a bad chnrac
ter and as always resisting arrest, and
say that when Officer Gee attempted to
arrest him for being drunk and disorder
ly, he resisted arrest, when Officer Gee
struck him once or t wice to brine; him
into subjection. After heinu taken to
the police station a physician was called
in to examine Sale's wounds, and he said
that he was sufferinu more from his drunk
t han I rom the licks received on t he head by
Policeman Gee. The ease will be called
in the police court this morning,and an in
vestigatiou will be made.
POLICE COURT NEWS.
In the uolice court yesterday morning
Charles Harri- was lined s5 for assault
ing an old blind man on Kail road avenue.
Mack Wright and Mike Lowers were
each lined for trespassing on the prop?
erty of the Norfolk ar il Western railroad.
Annie Turner and Ida Crutchfleld were
each lined $2 for disturbing the peure.
The ease of A. 1). Williamson for keep?
ing ii disorderly house was called and con?
tinued until this morning.
HOW AT BAL LA IIA' !K.
A report reached here yesterday of a
big row at Ballahack, which occurred at
the closing exercises of the Ballahack
school a few nights ago. Sam Hardy ami
C. li. Cooper, two white men, who were
cousins, became" Involved in a tjunrrel
and commenced lighting. Hardy wielded
a dangerous looking razor with which he
succeeded in cutting Copper. For a few
minutes excitement'. ran high, and 'he
children were put out through the win I
dows. A warrant was sworn out !
against Hardy by I he teacher, Prof. E. !
G. Matthews, ami plaeetl in Constable
Blackwell's hands for execution. Hardy
was hailed before Justice A. M. Miller
in the sum of $200 to appear Friday 1
BuisC- Carden See ls nt VanLcar Bros.
A COMPANY MEETING.
At a meeting of the board oi directors
of the Roanoku,Gns and Water 'Company
la.-t Tuesday night only business of a
local nature was transacted. The follow
ing members were present at the meet
ing: President, F. .1. Kimlinll; ^secretary
ami treasurer. iL K. Gerhard, of Phila?
delphia: I'. L. Terry, J-i. S. Trout, Joseph
II Sands, George W. Bnmsey and Joseph
Hock bottom prices on special lines of
shoes for a few thus at Mangos & PUyn
?rfA Settle th
Make up >.
be caught ii gal
hand to break
Nearly all <
Van Lear's " <
!u all our e
: I'lUedy in the
'Prescription* Pilled Only 1
TO FORM A LOCAL ASSEMBLY.
Bight members of Christ Church Chap?
ter ainl three members of St. John's
Chapter of the Brotherhood ol St. An?
drew visited St. Paul's Chapter, at Sn
lent, Moutlay night to confer with them
regarding the formation of a local nsseni
nly. There will he n meeting here the
lirst Saturday in next month, nnd Blacks*
burg, Christinnsburg, Bedford City and
Mttrtiusville have been invited. At that
time the organisation of a loeal assembly
will he perfected.
SETTLE THE QUESTION ?See Van
Lear Bros. ad. at bottom of this page.
The annual weighing of the United
States mail commenced yesterday and
will last niitii April 20 Samuel Tern
pleton, of this city, has been appointed to
run betiveeu Lynohburg aud Bristol.
Several other local appointments were
made. The Roanokert who received ap
pointmcuts left yesterday to take charge
of theiirrespective positions. D. F. Dean,
of the Rluefleld shop force, has been ap
pointctl to weigh on the Bluestone train,
and Baggage Master Martin, will weigh
on Nos. :! and -1 between Kenovn ami
East Had ford.
Hay per ton this week at .1. A.
Hoover's, 21'i Salem avenue w.
\ SURPRISE PARTY.
A crowd of young people met at the
Terry building Tuesday night and took
the fj o'clock car for Norwich, where
they gave a very pleasant surprise party
in honor of Misses Louie and Carrie Al
vis. Among those present were A. F.
May field with Miss Ora Leslie, C. Ilayden
Vines with Miss Nettie Reeves, 1). Slu-1
ton Walker with Miss Nina Reeves, F.
Gillot with Miss Howell, Mr. Brown
with Miss Howell. I). F. Webb with Miss
Kli/.u Bernard, Mr. Robinson with Miss
Swiuea, Mr. Swtuun with Miss Powell.
Don't forget to see Esther, drama in
live acts See programme, by sift chil?
dren at Kirk Hall, DO Salem avenue, to?
night. Commences at 8 o'clock.
Y. M. C. A.
Canvass to commence to day. Every
energy of the association will now be di?
rected to lifting the Moating indebted?
Twenty-live men, including' the direct?
ors, w ill commence a systematic canvass
of t he city to-day, and each day's p"o
irress will be announced through the
press. Let every citiy.cn lend a helping
Gymnasium classes to-day at ft:4ft and
8 o'clock. Hilde classes at 0:510 o'clock.
B'ltOM Nuu UNTIL I t IMIIKIJ
Nulli I. WK'l.Ii UK OI'KS UNTIL
GILKESON & TAYLOR.
NO VERDICT YET.
The case of W. H. Wysong's adminis?
trators against the Norfolk ami Western
Railroad_Coinpany's receivers was con?
cluded in the hustings court yesterday
and the case given to the jury. The jury
was out for several boors and could not
ar-ive at. a verdict and were continued
over until to-day.
The case of Josiah Friend's administra?
trix against the Norfolk and Western
Railroad Company's receivers was called
and the afternoon was taken up in exam?
ining witnes-es for the plaintiffs. This
is a suit filed by the administratrix of Jo
siali Friend to recover $.1,000 .damages
from the Norfolk and Western Railroad
Company's receivers, charging them with
being responsible 'or the death of .Tosiah
Friend, on account of not "giving signals
when the train which killed him ap
proachetl the crossing. Friend, who was
an employe of the Virginia Bridge'and
Iron Company, was going to his work on
a bicycle on the 27th of last April and
was killed by a train as he attempted to
cross the railroad at the crossing in i
Northeast Roanoke, near the gasworks, j
The plaintifTs an- represented by Hall anil
Tucker and the railroad company by
Watts, Robertson fj Robertson.
Queen K.-thcr to-night at S o'clock.
AN ENJOYABLE EVENING.
Tin- Young Men's Institute celebrated
St. Patrick's Day last, night at their hall '
in the Commercial Hank hu'hling.
There were about one hundred members 1
and friends present. The evening was
spent in speech-making, music, and nu
elegant supper was served at 11 o'clock.
Mr. .1. M. O'Brien acted as tonst mas- I
ter. and the following toast-, were re?
"Welcome address," K. .1. Rowan.
''Address For the Occasion," Rev. .1.
"The Day We Celebrate, ' 1). O. Har?
Recitation, by II. J. Shcffner.
"America, Our Home." Edward Lylc.
Recitation by Cnpt. W. II. Howell. '
??Kindred Organization-,' .1. I). Me
??Roanoke, Her Past ami Present,"
Mayor W. K. Andrew-.
? The Press," M. H. Claytor.
"Young Men's Institute," S. P. Seifert.
"Pat in the Army," (humorons), \V.
Selections on the gramophone, in which
Messrs, Mitchell, Carr and Rannistcr en?
tertained the assemblage with excellent
vocal and instrumental music.
Teil your boys that we have jus- re?
ceived a full and complete line of boys'
suits, and that we give with each si.it up
to $1-1 a line ball and Int. free. R.
SCHILLER, Clothier, Furnisher and
Ratter, 28 Salem avenue.
Thoroughbred While Plymouth Rock
eggs, ftl.'iO for 111 eggs. S.-H. STORM*
FELTZ, Crystal Spring, City.
air mind this very minute that you won't
II this season without - anything ready at
up a cold before it gets the start of you *
?olds can b,- checked quickly bv the use of
xperlene? as Hellers'of medicine we never
so unii'ei - nly successful,
believe that there is no surer, speedier
ty Omdnatc*] in Pharmacy."
.*W-IMfAMMACI! ' s.
? ??-?'-*>- Ccr. tiaJtlU AVC o..l kff.St. ,
MR. MASSIR DECLINES.
Mr. Paul Massie, who was recently ap
ppointed by tbe governor a member of
the hoard <>f pharmacy to succeed C. P.
Kearfoot, ol Murtlnsvllle, has wired the
hoard that he had mailed Governor
O'Ferrall a letter declining to serve there?
on. Business affairs prevent htm front
accepting the place. The governor will
immediately appoint a sue lessor to Mr.
WANT? TO BE PROCTOR.
It is understood that there is another
candidate in the held for proctor of the
University of Virginia. He Is ex-Judge
w. B. Gooch, of Louisa county. Judge
Gooch was formerly judge of the county
court ol Louisa, and now is secretary of
the institution for the deaf, dumb and
blind at Staunton. He has been nud is
now, prominently identified with relig?
ious work, ami was for several years
president of the Virginia Christian Mis?
sionary Society. During the boom period
the judge floated a sign to the breeze in
Boauoke and becnuM quite popular here.
He stooil for theoftlce of commonwealth's
attorney, received the Democratic nom?
ination, hut fell a little short on election
$10 buys u ton of timothy at .1. A.
Hoover's feed store.
Who has not read the book of Esther,
and enjoyed that beautiful drama. See
it to-night presented in full by 85 chil?
dren in appropriate costumes with spe?
cial scenery at SO Salem avenue. Per?
formance commences at 8 o'clock.
A GLORIOUS TREAT.
The Silver Tongue Male Quartette, of
Lynchburg, with its J galaxy of help in
the persons of Miss Adams, of Lynch
burg, Miss Walton, of Parmvllle, Miss
Weaver, of Hollilts, Miss Heckley "and
Mrs. Lyons, of Boauoke, will make Sat?
urday night glorious at the V. M. C. A.
hall. Admission 25 cents.
Six-room house. No. IT Third street, n.
e.. $350 cash, balance 910 per month.
Convenient to shops. Apply on premises.
Clear of encumbrances.
Be independent and have your own
system of lighting, Virginia Automatic
Lligbting Company. No. 10 Campbell
street., over hook store.
If your piano or organ needs tuning or
repairing, leave your orders at Maury's
Photograph Cillery, Salem avenue, and
Mr. W. K. Burnett, now in the city for a
short while, will give them prompt at ten
t'on. Mr. Burnett has had more than
twenty years experience as a practical
inner ami repairer of musical iustrti- !
rneiits and was for several years with the
Robbie Music Company, lir-t as tuner
and afterwards as travelling salesman,
and also represented in like manner for
quite awhile Hume-MInor Co.. Hichmnnd
and Not folk, Va. References given if re?
quired and perfect satisfaction guaran?
Till-'. MOST BEMARKARLE
Feature of our spring clothing is the
price. SCHILLER, 28 Salem avenue.
See oar -how window.
Miss .1. Cllllie Hatcher, at No 315 j
Campbell streets, w.. is prepared to do
all kinds of first class dressmaking and
respectfully solicits the patremtge of
the ladies of Hoanoke.
This week we will receive some
$50 and $75Crescents?bran new
'lit'' models anil fully guaranteed
?which we are going to offer at
$??5 and $ 10. Don't wait, if you
want a bargain.
HOANOKE CYCLE CO.,
K. L. Flippo, Manager, j
L. II. Viiughau & Co., who conduct a i
grocery and meat market, at the corner of
Park street and Sixth avenue -. w., ami I
who also conduct -tall No. 7 in tbe city
market, have just bought of l-'.llis |
Wright, of Boauoke county, a carload of j
th.'.finest and fattest beef cattle ever
offered on the Boauoke market. These
cattle will he slaughtered and offered to i
tbe public at. both the ubova named
places. Those who know how to enjoy a
nice, juicy, tender beefsteak or roast, can
sei ure the finest of the line by calling at
the places mimed. 'm
With every lo cent purchase at Hop
eroft\?s 7 Jctlerson street. All the latest
periodicals ami papers on hand. A full
-tock of line cigars ami tobacco.
Prompt and polite attention to all.
TO CCHF. A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet-.
All druggists refund the money if it. fail
to Cure. 25c. For -ale by Clias. Lyle.
MONEY To LOAN.
Parties desiring to borrow money in
small loans ranging from ?200 to ij>H00
from the Lynchburg Perpetual Building
ami Loan Company <>a improved Hoanoke
city real estate will call ami file applica?
tions with .1. W. BOSWELL, agent.
110 1 '.' Jefferson street.
WHAT MR. WHEAT HAS To SAY
ABOUT THL HAINES BROS.1
Hoanoke, Va., March :?, 1-'.'".
.1. E. Rogers & Co., Piano Dealer.-. Botin
Dear Sirs: In replv to yours of this
date let me say the 1 [allies Bros, upright
piano, which you furnished me ill mv
concerts in the National Business College
and Y. M. C. A. the first part of Decem?
ber, gave tue great satisfaction mid re
llcctcd great credit on the well known
manufacturers and upon you its their rep
It. was thoroughly and exhaustively
tested In the varied and elaborate pro?
gramme I prepared nud executed, and in
all the special qualities which constitute
that noble instrument, the modern piano
forte, it responded with admirable pre
i i ion and delicacy. Sincerely yolirs.
LEO win-: v.T.
OP PAWNBROKER'S AUCTION
All goods left, with me on or before
January 1. 1807, und no; having been at?
tended to, will be sold t.. th,- highest bid?
der on SATURDAY, MA HCll 20,18117, lit
No. l Jefferson -tree:.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE
Those beautiful steel engraving* that
we are giving away for1 twenty wrappers
of Crystal Spring or Magie City Soap.
Ask your grocer and he will show them
to you. Write your name and nddres
plainly ami mail w'lti Wrflppei
tbti Crystal Spring Snap Co.;, t: unlike
HEIBDNIMUS k BRUCHS,
206 Commerce Street.
We mentioned some weeks
ago some great values we
were offering in Black Silks.
Lois of them were sold, but
new ones just arrived take
their places. Values even
greater than befote. Nov
ready for you.
Everything in F?n:y Taf
fetta >ilks, all the new shade
com bin a ions
Pjice.s simply cannot be
Everything in White Gcods;
complete assortments; pikes
the lowest for qualities sjown
The st- c'xs c f Printed Wash
Fabrics to be found here tue
simply immense. Every pit-ce
of them bearing its o v n m' r i? s
ot ne ikss. You'll want to
see tlose quickly.
ICc Percales ht 8c Yard.
Full yard wide Percales, all
the rew large figures, newest
colorings, at only Sc yard.
We dr not exaggerate when
we say we have from 600 to
800 styles of Embroideries to
show you in all kinds
5o Cotton Crash at 3 I-2c Yard. ;
700 yards of Bleached Cot
ton Crash for kitchen use, the i
5c "kind, at 3 \'z c.
Wool Grenadines and Can?
vas weaves have the call just
now. Nothing prettier, newer
or nobbier. We have great
lines in every phase of weave,
etc., at from 39c to $1.39 the
yard. No such assortment
west of Richmond.
Cambric Embroideries, Swiss
Embroideries, Nainsook Em?
Valenciennss Laces, Torchon
Laces, Net Top Laces, Platte
Val. laces, Silk laces, Ap?
Everything in the way of
Laces. See the stock
HEIRONIIYIUS & BRUGH.
101 SALEM AVENUE
New Stock of
And we know there |*n"t a collec?
tion In ttic city tluit Ik more !<??
plote with Bprlna Croat Ion*, with
1 bo Jaunty Btupira style predow
InattDg, nil colon, imsi materials
nod lowest prices i.- usual:
Ublldiei 's Kniiiire Hcefers, In all
wool cloth iiruiii. tri muted yoke,
collar unit sleeves, ail new
Spring -li'iilec; agce I to 10
year*. Special price .
Children's l ine OlOtb ltcefcr* -
Ktiipire fuslili n- slashed collar,
I to 1
.Mi-Kfi"' ami Ublldren'f Kecfora,
In plain urcei: und reit cbovlota
hihI fancy checks und mixtnrr->
of green and tan ; neu Ktnplre
effect; large sailor roiling col?
lar And culTs trimmed with
braid; alx<s i to 10 years; i Qf) on
imut ?ptclal a*..Oli03
Misses' nmi Children's Itnofera
in plain IduO nnil red all-wml
Venetian cloth and fancy nnx*
inres. Empire effects; a sp< cial On t\ 0
A complete nseorimenl ot Spring (JO fi ft
lteefei>, : invin -.;in price up to OCtUU
Isl'itdes braid trimmed; ages (I QO
to 10years. 0 ! . vJ U
?.',000 violet llouqticts.'.with to ige,
worth 8c. at
l.-irgn haiichfs of VIolMs with
leaves, else where, 35c: here.
spcclil lot* i>r handsome Violets,
lariir- hanchea with leaves, regu
li'.te bunches. .
Large bunches ot Imported \ lolets
with ica<t-. regular i r-.ee 15c,
ibis week .
Vlo'e'.a tinro ii
h'lori Velvet \ t ?1
a bunch .. ?
?:i in biihcb, at.,.
-. three di An :i
Silk Violet Bnu lets wllii tollaije,
ill. I SIMHtSKI . Mgr ,
IO! SU1M A\ KNl'H.
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