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Now is the time to make up for
the coming summer, and
avoid sewing during the
New 36-inch Ail-wool Dress
Goods, in small and while
checks, only 25c per yard.
New Covert Cloths, beautiful
spring shades, two-toned
effect, only 75c; just the
thing for tailor-made suits.
Twenty Oress Patterns?just the
Thing for the coming spring
(eight yards to the pattern),
only 75c per yard, worth
103 pieces Black Dress Goods,
iti plain and fancy, at prices
ranging from 25c up.
We feel assured that we can
sava you at least 25 per
cent, on your purchases.
Wash Goods Department.
Ke# 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 Coys'
Shirts, at 8c.
New spring line Vicuna Cloth,
for wrappers, at 10c yard.
New line of Shrunk Duck, only
10c per yard.
Whits Co^ Department.
200 pieces * hite Check Nain?
sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, 10c,
12^0 and 15.
200 pieces finite fndia Linen,
regular goods, at 5c, 8c,
10c, WM 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 10c
Best qualiiv 4-4 Lonsdale Cam?
bric at 10c.
Best quality 7 8 Cambric at
Lockwooi 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, I2#c,
15c and 18c.
Full line of Hamburg Edgings End
Insertions, on Cambric,
Nainsook and Swiss, at 4c,
5c, 6c, 7c, 8c, 9c, !0c
Full line of forshon and Valen?
LICE ICBENILE CURTAIN BEP'T,
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
(>l?brnted for He preat 1eavci.lnK Htrenjth niid
hoaMifalnr??. Awiki the tuod ixulcxt nlum
Bud all forma ot utulltratlon common to cheap
Royal Uakiku I'owmr Co.. Nnw York.
HE LOCAL HEWS
Romember Unit we inaugurated n year
ago the now popular prices, ^1.75 and $4
lor conl. See? We lead, others some?
time follow. J. II. WILKINSON & Co.,
102 Third street s \v. 'Phone 210.
Half seasoned sawed oak blocks are
best for the new style of stoves. We
have them. Also Alma coal at $3 7R per
ton. Koard Coal Company, 20 1-2 Salem
W. B. Daniel, the coal and feed man,
is ngent for the Stephenson adding ma?
chine. If von want one call at his office
or write to him at once.
The best and cheapest light in the town
is to be seen in the elegant drug store of
Clms. I). Fox. If you would like one call
on the Virginia Automatic Lighting Com
pany, No. 10 Campbell street, over book
[This is the brand.
The miller planned
To he the finest, in the land.
Now East and West
His Skill attest
And IMllshurv's best leads all the rest.
Sold by HAWKINS, FIELDING &CO.,
OAKLAND MINERAL WATER
Roiinoko, Va.. Oct. -J'i. 1890.
No. 320 Campbell nve.,
The Oakland Mineral Water is the best
I have ever used for stomach troubles.
Before I commenced drinking it I could
cut but little of anything. Now, I can
eat just what 1 please?and have a good
appetite. The water makes such a
ohnngo in my physical condition that I
feel that 1 cannot do without lt. I gladly
recommend it to all who have any stom?
.MISS A. C. COCKE.
Leave orders at Cntogui's Salem nve
nuc grocery. Only hi cents per gallon.
AT GREENE MEMORIAL.
At Greene-Memorial M. E. Church,
South, Her. Dr. Funkhouser will preach
at 11 a. m , and Bishop J. W. Ilutt will
preach at T::5() p. m., on Sunday.
Ed. Ktdd was fined in" the police
court yesterday morning for being drunk
and disorderly on the streets. Henry
White, was lined J?2.o0 for the same
otYeuse. .lohn Creggory was fined $2.50
for trespassing and being a suspicious
A SERIOUS CHARGE.
A warrant was issued yesterday lor the
Krrest of .lames Watkins, charging him
with seduction under the promise of mnr
ringe of a little colored girl about 1'2 years
of age, named Watkins anil a niece by
marriage. From what could be learned
these people belong to the colored arts
tocracy and is creating a great deal ot ex ?
citenient timonu the colored population.
In the event the girl is under 1-1 years of
age the charge will be rape, and from
what could Im learned this is the charge
made, but owing to the uncertainty of
t he girl's age the warrant was made out,
as above. The. officers are on t he look?
out for Watkins, bat at last accounts he
had not been caught.
TO BE DISCONTINUED.
The moil's furnishing portion of the
Walter S. Langdou Commerce street hat
store will be discontinued on May 1st,
und in order to dispose of the stock in the
meantime it will be sold at cost, begin?
ning to day. The stock is entirely new
The argument of' the instructions to
the jury in the case ofj Jo&inh Friend's
administrators against the Norfolk and
Western railroad occupied the attention
of the court the whole day yesterday and
there was no other business of any kind
AT GRACE CHURCH.
The pulpit of Grace Church ivill lie
Idled at both services to-morrow by mem?
bers of the Virginia conference of the
United Brethren Church. At 11 a. m.
Rev. 1'. .1. Lawrence, and at ?:30 p. 111.
Rev. s. T. Skclton. Sunday-school at 0:30
a. in. This is the lust Sunday of the con?
I > 11 ()NOGR?PH CON(JKKT.
There will be a phonograph com ert
given i'l the lecture room of the Calvary
Baptist Church this afternoon at 3:80
o'clock. Come and bring the children;
admission 5 cent s.
NOONDAY PHAYEH MEETING.
Dr. T. W. Crozier will conduct the ser?
vices to day and the whole of the fourth
(diapter of St. Matthew will be read for
instruction. The meeting yesterday was
well attended, eighteen being the numliei
of men present, representing live of the
leading denominations. Several very in?
teresting talks were made.
Quite ii crowd collected iu front ot C.
F. Sister's undertaking establishment
yesterday morning and upon nscerUluing
the cause of the gathering it was found
that C. F. Sisler nud Attorney .1. 11.
Bryan had become involved iu a difficulty
over an account and were engaging in an
animated dUpute, which led up to a few
blows. Friends interfered and the com?
batants were separated without serious
damage to either one and each coming oil"
GONE TO NORFOLK.
Major Sands and ex-President Kimhall
returned yesterday from their tour of in?
spection over the Ohio extension of the
Norfolk and Western and Mr. Kimhall
left iu Major Sand's car in company with
Superintendent Cassell for Norfolk anil
from there he will g" on to New York.
SETTLE THE QUESTION ?Sec Vnn
Laar Bros. ad. at bottom of this page.
The Lndles' Aid Society will give a so?
cial at the residence of Sister Headen, 112
Third avenue n. e., Monday evening
A MUSEUM II EHE.
Prot. Edmonds has arrived with his
museum of science. It is located at 107
West Salem avenue.
MIGHTY FINE ALL AROUND.
When it comes to selling the very best
goods made at very reasonable priees,*ltho
E. II. Stewart Furniture Company will
compare favorably with any establish?
ment in the South. This enterprising
house has a very attractive advertise?
ment on the second page of The Times
this morning. The time for taking up
winter lloor coverings is at hand, ami
this company, realizing this, makes a
very enticing offer on rugs in their adver?
tisement. Go around and look through
their beautiful store. Every article tliey
carry in stock is a "silent salesman."
PLAYED HIS PAKT WELL.
In tbo account of the performance of
'?Queen Esther," published yesterday
morning the reporter inadvertently failed
to mention the good work perforated by
Henry Kphriam. He played the part of
Mordecai, and his acting was fully up to
the mark made by t be other performers
Bulst's Garden Seeds at VanLear Uro?.
WANTS TO (JO TO HAYTI.
On Tuesday the name, of Ceorge Mc
Henry Gish, an attorney of this city, well
known in the county, "was presented at
the State Department as the Republican
successor of Hon. Harr;- M, Stay the, of
Tazewell. at present minister to Haytl
and consul geuernl at San Domingo.
This is on-5 of the best paying of the un?
important ministerial appointments, ami
as drnwing the salary is one of the chief
diplomatic functions, it will be eagerly
Bought after. Mr. Gish is pretty well en?
dorsed for the place, and may knockdown
WONDERFUL FREAK OF NATURE.
P. P. Dillon, Esq., of Pocnhontas, is
the owner of the most wonderful freak of
nature iu the way of an animal that is iu
the known world. It is a small, scrub
bull, which he fouml in the mountains of
Eastern Kentucky. The animal is two
years old this spring, and has.three * nos?
trils, two natural ; faces, three nitural
horns, one iu the middle of the forehead,
and a inane on his neck like a horse.
For Manly Men.
wk ARE KATTER8 in every
SENSE ok THE word. there'S
scarce a wish IN correct head
dress that can't he liratified
DERIUES axi) Al.lMXES in the
sew si'RINC colors and shapes,
;<1 to $5, The "Dijxlai*,"
"Yale" axd "Harvard."
GILKESON & TAYLOR.
j A PUPILS' RECITAL. ,!
The piano recital of the pupils (of .M rs.
Ella Gottschalk Seeliuson, held at the
store of the Roanoke Music Company
last night was, as far as attendance and
audience were concerned, an affair of un?
usual sp'endor. In full accordance with
the refined audience was the periormauee
of the pupils, furnishing additional evi?
dence of Mrs. Seeligson's line qualities,
not only as an artiste, but as a thorough
teacher. The progiamme, although very
select and well arranged, was rather
lengthy, which, however, could not lie
avoided without, injustice to the com?
mendable ambition of the performers.
The following youne ladies deserve spec?
ial praise for the excellence of their re?
spective accomplish men t in the art of
music: Misses Ahuht, Sadie and Phoebe
lioot.be, Bettie Ephraim, Lucile Dickin?
son, Annie Fishburne, Lottie Gale, Ethel
Wool wine, Mary Jamison, Margaret
Royer, Lila Jamison, Hertha Maugus,
Clara Gray, Sydney Taylor, Blanche
Riffe, Lillian Foster, Annie Sexton,
Gwendoline Bladon, Irene Buchrach,
Kmily I lenderson. Eleanor Ycatman,Ali e
Izard, Heien Huff, Mary Churchill, Ed
wina and Margaret Seeligsoc.
VanLear Pros, .will sell you garden
SPECIAL TO THE LADIES.
I Within the next few days we expect to
! exhibit one of the largest and best, se?
lected lines of c:?rpets ami mattings e er
shown in this city. The ladies are espec
i lally invited to Inspect our stuck before
I purchasing their spring supplies.
OVEKSTREET vV- TIIUHMAN,
Nr.. 20 Campbell avenue w.
Six-room house. No. 17 Third street u.
e.. ?3"?0 cash, balance $10 per month.
Convenient to shops. Apply on premises.
Clear of encumbrances.
Re independent and have your own
system of lighting Yirgihtn Automatic
Lligbting Company. No. H> Campbell
street, over book store.
Settle the Question?
Make up you:- mind this very minute thai you won't
be caught again this sen son without something ready at
hand to break up a cold before it gets the start of you.
Nearly all colds can bo checked quickly by the use of
Vanl.ear's " COLD CAPSULES."
In all our experience as sellers of medicine wo never
saw anything so universally successful.
We firmly believe that there is no surer, speedier
remedy in the world.
"Prescription! Filled only by Oriulnates In Phnrmnoy."
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. SECOND DAY'S RESULTS
Ou tbo Canvass of the Y. M. C. At Flor.t
The day was disagreeable, but the can?
vassers were determined to secure the
second hundred dollars, and here it is;
many thanks for the cordial responses by
our citizens. Now for a record breaker
Watt. Rettew & Clay, $11.
Engleby Ilms., $10.
Judge J. YV. Woods. $10.
Dr. L. G. Rroughton. $10.
Dr. Geo. S. Luck, $10.
Dr. T. W. Crosier, $?*>.
J. H Marsteller, $"5.
M. Indorsky, |5.
D. R. Beide & Co.. $>.
O. A. Kerns, $2.00.
A. Schloss, $2.00.
Thos. burke. $2.00.
R. E. Dickinson, $2.
Win. B. Helm. $2.
A. M. Nelson. $1.
A .V. May Held, $1.
J. R. Anuerson, $1.
Geo. M. Pitzer, $1.
C. D. Speigel, $1.
C. E. Roberts, $1.
C. T. Jennings, $1.
Sam Stone, $1.
Jns. Farrar, $1.
W. M. White, $1.
P. H. Harrison. $1.
J. A. Manuel, $1.
G. A. VanLear, $1.
Chns. Rush, $1.
H. N. Dver, $1.
L. W. Biadon. $1.
R. W. Blndou, $1.
W. W. Gwaltuey, $1.
Frank II. Fitch. $1.
R. L. E. Terry, $1.
Yesterday evening about fl o'clock as
Geo. Jack was going home, he met "Red
dy" Cunning on the corner of Thirl ave?
nue and Fourth street. Reddy had on a
lot of bad liquor and his fighting clothes
and was coming up the street swearing
I and offering to tight tiny one who crossed
his path. Mr. .lack spoke to him and
told him if he didn't quiet down and stop
his swearing he whs liable to be arrested.
lhlsdldn't|set well on Reddy, so he picked
up a large rock and threw at Mr. .Tack.
About that time another mau came up
and Reddy commenced cursing him an?'
the man, whose name could not be
learned, struck hill., knocking him down
and commenced choking him. Finally
he let him up and no sooner was Roddy
on his feet than he commenced swearing
again. The man again knocked him
down and choked him. By this time Mr.
Greenwood, the clerk of the market, ar?
rived on the scene, arrested the pair and
telephoned for a policeman, but before
the ofllccrs arrived they escaped. The po?
lice were at once notified and about S
o'clock Officer Johnson caught sight of
Reddy on Salem avenue and started after
him. Reddy showed light, but Officer
Johnson soon overcame him and carried
him to the police station, where he was
Hay $10 per ton this week at J. A.
Hoover's, 214 Salem avenue w.
THE MOST REMARKABLE
Feature of our spring clothing is the
price. SCHILLER, 28 Salem avenue.
See our show window.
Thoroughbred White Plymouth Rock
eggs, $l.ri0 for 18 eggs. S. H. STORM
FELT/., Crystal Spring, City.
Breakfast, 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents:
supper, 25 cents. Meal tickets, $1. I
am using Armour's Chicago meats, which
are the best. J. .1. Cntognl's restaurant.
OF PAWNBROKER'S AUCTION
All goods left with me on or before
January 1, l^'.l?. and not having been at?
tended to, will lie sold to the highest bid?
der on SATURDAY, MARCH 20,18!)?, at
i 7::l() p. in. S. NYBURG.
No. 1 Je (Ter sou street.
$10 buys a ton of timothy at J. A.
Hoover's feed store.
.TACK, the newsdealer, will deliver any
publication, daily paper or otherwise, in
any section of the "ity as soon as practi?
cable after arrival. Leave your subscrip?
tions at 100 1-2 Campbell avenue.
IF you have a IIIf;II
GRADE neck, don't risk
it on a LOW GRADE
Buy a CLEVELAND
and be satisfied. Price
spiO?but It's cheaper in the end.
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
E. L. Flippo, Manage!-.
With every 10 cent purchase at Hop
croft'.", 7 Jefferson street. All the latest
periodicals and papers on hand. A full
stock of fine cignrs and tobacco.
Prompt and polite attention to all.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to Cure. 20c. For sale by ('has. Lyle.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Parties desiring to borrow money In
small loans ranging from $200 to $000
from the Lynchburg Perpetual Building
1 and Loan Company on improved Roanoke
' city real estate will call and die applica?
tions with .7. W. BOSWELL, agent,
I 110 1-2 Jefferson street.
WHAT MR. WHEAT HAS TO SAY
ABOUT THE HAINES BROS.'
Roanoke, Ya.. March 5, 1>'-I7.
J. E. Rogers & Co.,-Plnno Dealers. Roan?
Dear Sirs: In replv to yours of this
date let me say the Haines Bros, upright
; piano, which you furnished me in my
j concerts in the National Business College
j and Y. M. C. A. the first part of Decem
i ber, gave me great satisfaction and re?
flected great credit on the well known
manufacturers nnd upon you as their rep
resent at i ve.
It was thoroughly and exhaustively
tested In the varied and elaborate pro?
gramme I prepared and executed, and in
all the special qualities which constitute
that noble instrument, the modern piano?
forte, it responded with admirable pre?
cision and delicacy. Sincerely yonrs.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE
Those beautiful steel engravings that
we are giving away for twenty wrappers
of Crystal Spring or Mnglc City Soap.
Ask your grocer and lie will show them
to you. Write your tiamo and address
plainly and mail with the wrappers to
the Crystal Spring Snap Co., Roanoke,
206 Commerce Street.
We mentioned some weeks
ago some great values we
were offering in Black Silks.
Lots of them were sold, but
new ones just arrived take
their places. Values even
greater than before. Now
ready for you.
Everything iu Fan?y Taf
fetta Hlks, all the new shade
com bin a ions.
Pi ices simply cannot be
The stocks of Printed Wash
Fabrics to be found here are
simply immense. Every piece
cf tbem tearing its o wn mirks
of uemess. You'll want to
see tLose quickly.
lie Percales bt 8c Yard.
Full \ard wide Percales, all
the rew large figores, newest
colorings, at only 8c yard.
5c Cotton Crash at 3 I-2c Yard.
700 yards of Bleached Cot
tou Crash for kitchen use, the
5c kind, at 3^c.
Wool Grenadines atd Can?
vas weaves have the cell just
now. Nothing prettier, newer
or nobbier. We have great
lines in every phase of wea^e,
etc., at from 39c to $1.39 the
yard. No such assortment
v\est of Richmond.
Kverything in White Goods;
complete assortments; pikes
the lowest for qualities stows.
We dc not exaggerate when
we say we have from 600 to
800 styles of Embroideries to
show you in all kinds
Cambric Embroideries, Swiss
Embroideries, Nainsook Em?
Valenciennes Laces, Torchon
Laces, Net Top Laces, Platte
Val. laces, Silk laces, Ap?
B very thing in the way or
Laces. See the stock
S & BRUGH
101 SALEM AVENUE
New Slock of
And we know there Isn't p. collec?
tion In the city that If more ic
plote with Sprlug Crea'lons. with
the JtUntT Kmplre style predom?
inating, all colors, host materials
and lowest prices us usual:
Children's Empire Kcefers, In a'l
wool cloth braid, trimmed yotie,
rollar and sleeves, nil new
Spring shades; hrcb i to 1U (M QQ
years. Special price . $3iO?
Children'*. Pino Cloth Kcefers?
Fuiplre ItablCU? slushed collar,
nil shades ? braid trimmed; age* (J I QQ
I to 11) year*.Oli?O
Misses' and Children's (teeters.
In plain grcer. and red cbcvlotl
and fancy checks nud mlxtutc*
of green and tau; new Kcuplru
effect; largo sailor ro.ling col?
lar nud en it* trimmed with
braid; si/.'* -I to HI years; n JO OQ
great epecial at.....v L . 0 J
Misses' and Children'! Hoofers
In plain lilnc and red all-wcol
Venetian cloth nrd fancy mix
tnros. Empire effect*; a special OQ AO
A complete nuortmentot sprli g (> C fl fl
Heelers, rangln gin price up to >)D?w?J
H. COO Violet Bonqnets.wlth foil
worth sc. at
I. nrgn bunches or Violets with
leaves, elsewhere, i6c: here.
Special lot* of handsome Violet*,
lirge bauchet With leaves, ret n
Large bunches of Imported Violet*
with leivt-, rOgalKt price 16c,
Vlo'c.s '-three de/.on in banch, at...
Finn Velvet Violets, three dc/.en In
a hunch .
M. 1 ND?RSKY, Mjsr ,
ioi s.ti.i.M .ivs:\vc.