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Now is the time to make up for
the coming summer, and
avoid sewing during the
New 38 inch Ail-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 nieces Black Dress Goods,
in plain and fancy, at prices
ranging from 25c up.
We feel assured that we can
says you at least 25 per
cent, on your purchases.
Wash Goods Department.
New Percales, 36 inches wide,
only 8c yard.
New Cambric-Finished Percales.
36-inche^ wide, only 12Kc.
New Outings, just the thing for
Wrappers, only 10c per yd.
New Outings, suitable for Boys'
Shifts, at 8c.
New spring line Vicuna Cloth,
for wrappers, at 10c yard.
New line of Shrunk Duck, only
10c per yard.
White Gouds Department,
200 pieces '?* hite Check Nain?
sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, 10c,
l2Kc and 15.
200 pbces White India Linen,
regular goods, at 5c, 8c,
10c, \ VM 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
Lockwood 10-4 Bleached Sheet?
ing at 20c.
lockwood 9-4 Bleached Sheet?
ing at 18c.
Mohawk 8-4, 3-4 and 10-4 Un?
bleached Sheeting, l2Mc,
15c and 18c.
Full line of Hamburg Edgings and
Insertons, on Cambiic,
Nainsook and Swiss, at 4c,
5c, 6c, 7c, 8c, 3c, 10c
Full line of forshon and Valen?
LUCE I CHEMIE CURTAIN 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
TOBACCO & CIGA R MP*S.,
und Judicial and Court Bonds.
The United States Fidelity
and Guaranty Co.
J. H. MORRIS, General Agent,
till Teny Iintlu'ujr.
liivc Agents Wanted in South?
west Virginia. Liberal
SOME LOCAL NEWS
Remember that we inaugurated a year
ago the now popular prices, $51.75 ami $4
lor coal. See!' We lead, others some?
time follow. J. H. WILKINSON Si Co.,
102 Third street s w. 'Phone 210.
Half seasoned sawed oak blocks are
best for the new stylo of stoves. We
have them. Also Alma coal nt 75 per
ton. Foard Coul Company, 20 1 2 Sahn?
W. H. Daniel, the coal and feed man,
Is agent, for the Stephenson adding ma?
chine. If you want one call at his ofllco
or write to him at once.
This is the hrand.
The miller planned
To be the 11 nest in the land.
Now Kast and West
His Skill attest
And Plllsbury's best leads all the rest.
Sold by HAWKINS, FIELDING & CO.,
Did you know that Bachrach purchnsed
all the shoes owned by Gilkcou & Tay?
lor? Well he did. He will divide his bar?
gains with you. All men should come
and see. The prices are right.
GOING TO AUGUSTA.
Robert Paul has resigned his position
with II. V. Lineback and will leave to?
day for Augusta, (5a. where he has ac?
cepted a position with a photographer oT
WILL ARRIVE TO-DAY.
The Pittsburg baseball team of the Na?
tional League will arrive here this even?
ing in charge of their manager, Mr. Don
a van, and will remain here probably four
weeks, for the purpose of getting into
shape for the great contest 'of the season
1807. The manager hopes Jto play games
with clubs of this city and the nur round?
ing section. A game will be played every
day at the park, if the weather permits
In the absence of any visiting dubs two
teams will be made up from their own
members. Atlanta was a !strong bidder
for this aggregation, but Brodie's lnllu
ence was cast for Roanoke. with si'cces-?.
YanLear Bros, will sell you garden
The argument of the counsel in the case
of .Tosiah Friend's administrators vs.
the Norfolk and Western Railroad Com?
pany's rece'vers was concluded in the
?hustings court yesterday and the case
given to the jury at 4 o'clock. After ln
Ing out only a few minutes the jury re?
turned and gave a verdict in favor of the
plaintiff for $8,1)00 damages. A motion
was made to set aside the verdict, and
.lodge Woods will hear the argil tit cut
SUPPLY LIEN CREDITORS PAID.
Commissioners* Flick wir and 15 ray were
busily engaged yesterday in paying oil'
the supply lien creditors in the West End
furnace case, as per instructions in the
decree entered a few days ago. There is
unite a list of these creditors, anil their
claims aggregate in the neighbor)! aod of
MKS. ROTTS DYING.
A letter from Rev. Dr. W. II. Meade,
who is at the bedside of his daughter,
Mrs. .1. IV. Hotts, of this city, in a Rich?
mond hospital, states that Mrs. Hotts is
in a critical condition. Her death Is ex?
pected at*nny time.
THE BALTIMORE CONFERENCE.
To-day will close the conference yenr of
the Southern Methodist Churches in this
city. The final quarterly conferences
have been held, and Presiding Elder Pall
left yesterday for Lexington. The official
boards of the various churches in Hoa
noke are busy winding up the financial
affairs of the. year, aud in the. main they
are coming out very ^satisfactorily. The
Baltimore confernce, * of which this city
is a part, will convene in its 112bli annual
session in Staunton, Va , next Wednes?
day morning. The ministers from this
city will leave at 2 o'clock Tuesday after?
noon, and will be away about a week It
is not expected that there will he many
change-; in the appointments here. Tin-re
has been talk of making Rev. T. I. Car
seal presiding elder of the Washington
district, Dr. Rumsey Smithsun having
served the four years' limit in that enpac
ity. The Greene-Memorial congregation
desire the return of Dr. ('arson. w'..o has
served here only two years, and it is
hardly possible that he will be removed.
Rev. -I. C. Jones has been at Trinity for
two years, and Rev. (.'has. D. Holla is
completing his second nt Grace. Rev. 11.
I. Stephens has served St. .lames one
year, an1' Rev. Mr. Keene is completing
his lirst year at Uelmont. It is not ex?
pected that there will be many changes
, in these appointments.
Buist's Garden Seeds at YanLear Bros.
WHY BOARD AT HOTELS or pri?
vate houses, when yot'. can get. better ac?
commodations at $5) per week at HON
NE ICS RESTAURANT, Salem avenue.
ST. .TAMES ARRIVALS.
C. K. Fourtden. Baltimore: I.'"A.
Brickur, Shehando?h: J. W. Davis.
Wayneshnro; J. H. Irving. Cartersville;
15. M. Foster, Cartersville: M. Anns
paugh, Richmond; I. W. Moore, Rich
mond;Jno. M. Clark, Washington.)^ j^,
AT THE Y. M. C. A.
A large audience was present at the
Young Men's Christian Association lust
night to witness tho performance given
by the Silver Touguo Quartette, of Lynch
burg, assisted by Misses Wnlton.'Weaver.
Beckley and Mrs. Lyons. The singing of
the quartette was very good, as was the
violin solo by Miss Weaver, the music
teacher at Hollius. The feature of the
evening was the vocal solo by "Ilss Heck
ley entitled "The Robin." Miss Heck
ley has a clear, sweet voice and of won
(led ul compass. The recitation and pan?
tomime by Miss Walton were also very
good. Tho quartette will sing at the First
Presbyterian tjhurch this mnrniug at 11
a. m. and this evening at 7 o'clock.
HONEST BUSINESS METHODS.
The manager of the Palais Royal, M.
Indorsky, is making great preparations
for his spring opening, thoug'i it seems
dillicult to understand how it would be
possible for him to have more pretty
goods on exhibition than graced his store
yesterday.'The Palais Royal is essentially
the ladies' shopping point in Hoanoke.
This popular store carries a larger stock
than any millinery store in Southwest
Virginia, barring none. Nothiug but the
best goods are carried and '.the assort
meat is immense. Mr. Indorsky is -a
liberal patron of the newspapers, and the
public for a long time have realized that
what he purs in his advertisement carries
the literal truth in every line. Every
lady knows that sue will get just what
the Palais Royal advertises. They are
now making a special run on laces, rib?
bons ami veilings, at prices which appeal
strongly to a slim pocketbook. Now is
the time to prepare for your' Easter cos?
tume and the Palais Royal is the place to
go for all the adornments necessary in
this line. Go around there Monday ami
consult their expert milliner and jou will
be surprised how little it will cost you to
make a proper appearance on Easter Sun?
day. Mr. Indorsky has been in the busi?
ness a long time?as he says,'long enough
to know his busines? thoroughly. One
great point in favor of this ?store is that
all hats are trimmed free of charge.
This, with fair dealing and courteous
treatment, makes- the Palais Royal a very
popular place with the shopping public.
A LUCKY MAN.
.T ihn VnnLew has gone to Richmond
to look nfter some property he has re?
cently inherited. , ^
For Manly Men.
WK aim: F.ATTKItS IX KVEUY
SKXSK OK Till-1. WOItl). TllEKE'8
SCAItCE a WISH IX < OltltKCT HEAIi
DRESS THAT CAX'T UK tilt ATI 1-T F.I)
dekiiie8 AXIt ALPINES IX THE
XEW SPMXd colons AXI) shapes,
<l to $5. The "Duxlap,V
"Yale" and "Hahvauil"
GILKESON & TAYLOR.
Rncb'ael Lodge, No. -1,Daughters of Re
becca, have for the past two nights given
very successful entertainments in the old
Times building on Campbell avenue.
Lust night the attendance was fairly good
and every one enjoyed the excellent sup?
per served Oysters in every style were
served and the icecream and cake were the
best that could be made. The manage?
ment of the affair was In the hands of W.
s. Holden. The committee was com
[ posed of Miss Li Ute Kerl in, Mrs. Swink,
Mrs. Bryyn. Mrs Glaszow, Mrs. Ruch
it nan, C.tU.'Gnty,'3. L. Brown,J. D. Kitx
miller and Mrs. Tiplaily. 'Ihe object of
the eutertuinpient was to raise money to
purchase lodge room paraphernalia. a
number of musical selections were ren?
dered by the young ladies in attendance.
TWO INFANTS DEAD.
Cordon Earl Carroll, the infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Carroll, died Friday
night at the family resideuce, .\o. 5415
Sixth avenue s. \v., aged one y??ar and
four months. The funeral services will
occur at the residence this morning at !)
o'clock, conducted by Rev. Thos. .1. Ship
man, and the interment will he in Fair
Lucille, the one year old daughtei of
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Camp, died at their
residence at No. y:$2 Patterson avenue,
yesterday morning. The funeral will
take place from the residence at Jl o'clock
this afternoon, conducted by Rev. Thos.
.1. Shipman, and the remains will lie
interred in the City Cemetery.
VAN LEAR BROS, will sell you 25c
and 50c knives. See the large cases "in
their corner window.
POLICE con IT.
In the police court yesterday morning
Raymond Cunning was lined $3 for ills-'
orderly conduct, .lames Monroe, IjilO fni
carrying concealed weapons. The case
of Attorney Bryan and Mr. Sisler was
continued. W. 1>. Hall,who was arrested
fur disorderly conduct, was dismissed.
INSTITUTED A COUNCIL.
.i. E Boehni, State councillor of tho
Jr. O. IT. A. M. left yesterday evening for
Rocky Mount, where he met State Or?
ganizer G. \V. Crumpecker, and they in?
stituted a council of that order last night.
MISS MINNIE GUNN ILL.
The friends of Miss Minnie Gunn, who
is a missionary in Mexico, will he grieved
to learn that she is quite sick at her post
of duty there. It is expected she will
soon lie moved to a higher altitude ami
that the fresh cool air will benefit her.
The heat is excessive where she is now,
reaching as high as 110.degrees in the
shade during the day.
Remember that Bachracl: sells shoes.
It's money in your pocket it von buy from
mW 25c and 50c KNIVES !
? - ~ ?- ("Your Clioir?? for 25c.*') , n - .... .
SEE GASE]..,..cllolcoror50,,?;-In0? CornerWindow.
"Prescription! Fllleil Only by Oriutnataa In riinrinacy."
'rTT"^ *rj T* --r>r2**- 35? fr*J^S "-n-??? PIIARMMMSTi, ^ ^
VIRGINIA BREWING COMPANY.
A representative o' ".Thw 'Times paid a
visit to the Virginia Brewing Company's
plant yesterday and was met at the door
by the president, Mr. L. A. Scholz'and
J. W. Wayniek. tho general agent of the
company. The reporter was shown
through the plant by Mr. Wrtynlck and
found it one of the best equipped plants
itioour city. The oflieers of the company
are L. A. Scholz, presicent: John J.
Geison, general manager; Fritz Schob;,
manager of bottling department: R.
Maucher, treasurer; Win. Nolte, book?
keeper. The offices of tho company are
a model of convenience and they^asoa
special system of bookkeeping peculiarly
adapted to tho business. The brew bouse
is fitted with the latest Improved ma?
chines 'or brewing ale and porter. Thero
are in this department larae brew kettles,
mash machines, malt mills, etc. Iu the
storage department are coustantiy stored
from 8,(1()(? to 12.000 hnrrels of beer and
they nro thus enabled to give thoroughly
matured beer at any time that will stand
shipment anil keep an indefinite period
of time. In the bottling department, the
machinery is run by a teu-horse power
automatic safety engine. They Use the
latest improved bottle washer and after
the bottles have been carol ally washed
they are rinsed in a spray of clear Crystal
Spring water. In their soda water de?
partment they use Tuft's improved cata?
ract cr rhonator with a capacity of bottl?
ing ODO dozen bottles of soda wa?-r pet
day. They also manufacture a full line
of soft drinks, such as root beer, ginger
ale, orange and champagne cider, selt?
zer water and all flavors of soda water.
In connection with this department they
have a laboratory for testing ull'the yeast",
etc., used iu the mauufnetura of these
goods. They also manufacture their
own flavoring extracts. They also man?
ufacture two drinks of their own coni
| pound, Kola Nerva and Wild Cherry
phosphate. Thev use in the compound?
ing of the former the famous colafra nut,
used in the manufacture of Vina Ma?
rina. In the ice manufacturing depart
nient they use two engines of 120-horse
power each and a Chicago Consolidated
Ice Machine of the compression type
with a capacity of twelve tons of Ice per
day. They use in their delivery depart?
ment twelve large horses and eight
watrons, including two large wauons that
will carry five tons each.. Their stables
are neatly kept, one-man being employed
whose sole duty it is to keep them in
order. The plant is a splendid one and
hfis been In operation since 1800. Their
business is constantly increasing, and
they have built up a reputation for qual?
ity of goods and fair dealings.
BEAUTKUL CALENDAR FREE
with every 1(1 cent purchase at I lop
croft's,7 Jefferson street, the place to get
the latest news and something good to
smoke and chew. April magazines on
NEW SPRING STOCK.
Chas. Knock, of the Bazaar, has just
arrived from New York with a complete
line of new spring goods. One of the
most complete in the city. New goods
are arriving daily and Mr. Enoch's linn
ein lie depended ou to give the public
guods up to date in every respect.
DEATH OF MKS. RUTLEDGE.
Mrs. Sarah itutledge, wife of YV. T
Rutledae, died yesterday at noon at her
homo at 122 Fifth avenue n. e., at the
nae of -fli years. The funeral services will
he held this evening at 5 o'clock at the
residence by Dr. W. C. Campbell, of the
First Presbyterian 'Church, after which
the remains will be taken to Millursburg,
Pa., for buHal. Mrs. Rutledge had been
ill for about thru* mouths. The pall
bearers will be .lohn Reichardt, .lean
Wolff. E. W. Chenanlt, E. Young, J.
Mnllan and Henry Neal.
NOONDAY" PRAYER MEETING.
The meeting yesterday was well at?
tended, there heilig twenty-one business
j men present, including strangers and
i others who seldom attend. Appropriate
! remarks upon'the lesson were made by
Messrs. Jones, Nycuin, Scott, McClana
han and Captains Hocket and Foard.
I The.a) noon day prayer meetings are be?
coming more interesting daily and must
result in good to the community, and
1 particularly to those who are regular nt
1 tendants. dipt. \. P. Foard will lead
the meetinir Monday and the fifth chapter
of St. Matthew will be read for instruc?
Did you say shoes? If a demand was
? made on llnchrnch he could shoe every
man, woman and child in the city of
Roanoke to-morrow morning und have a
few shoes over. Try him. He can shoe
?<10 buys h ton of timothy at J. A.
Hoover's feed store.
Those ^'."i aud $40 ?
win els we sell are fully
guaranteed. Come and
see them. Also carry a
full line of $50, $70 and
<U?> Bicycles. #
KOANOKE CYCLE CO.,
E. L. Flippo, Manager.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Parties desiring to borrow money in
small loans ranging from $300 to $000
from the Lynchburg Perpetual Building
and Loan Company on improved Koanoke
city real estate will call anil file applica?
tions with .f. W. R?SWELL, agent,
1 ID 12 Jefferson strei t.
Hay $10 per ton this week at J. A.
Hoover's, 211 Salem avenue w.
WHAT MR. WHEAT IPAS To SAY
ABOUT THE HAINES BROS.'
Koanoke, Ya.. March ?">, 1807.
.1. E. Rogers & Co., Piano Dealers. Roan?
Dear Sits: In replv to yours >^f this
date let me say the Haines Bros, upright
piano, which you furnished me in my
concerts in the National liusluess College
ami Y. M. C. A. the first part of Decem?
ber, gave me great satisfaction and re?
flected great credit ou the well known
manufacturers ami upon you as their rep
It was thoroughly ami exhaustively
testei in the varied ami elaborate pro?
gramme I prepared and executed, and iu
idl the special qualities which constitute
that noble instrument, the modern piano
forte, it responded with admirable pre?
cision and delicacy. Sincerely yonrs,
, LEO WHEAT.
DON'T KAIL To SEE
Those beautiful steel engravings tlini
we are giving away lor twenty wrappers
oi Crystal Spring or Magic City Soap.
Ask your grocer rthd be will show :hem
to you. Write your name and address
plainly and mail with he wrappers to
ti.e Crystal Spring Snap Co., Koanoke;
Y. M O. A. DEBT.
The Result of Third Day's Work Most
Nothiug succeeds like success. Tho
faithful work of the canvassers biings
the largest results of any day yet. The
following is a statement of canvass up to
A friend, $10.
Rev. T. J. Bhlpmao, $10.
Pitzer & Lindsay. $1U.
Dr. J. X. Lewis, '$5.
Rev. Ira W. Kimmel, $5.
Dr. J. D. Kirk, $5.
Lucian II. Cocke, $5.
R. H. Angel, $5.
Not ti au ham Coal and Ice Co., $5.
J. P, Trent, $2.50.
R. W. Dickinson, $2.00.
Oakey & Wool wine. i2.."i0.
II. C. Deal, $2.50.
Chas. I). Pox. $2.50.
A. B. Lacy, $2.50.
Chas. W. launders, $2.5U.
C. E. Bryant, $2..
W. W. Anderson, $2.
(1. T. Greer. $2.
Mrs, Edw. L. Stone, $2.
O. W. Lind, $2.
Miss Katharine II. Stone, $1.
W. A. Huse, $1.
G. II. Morgan, $1.
S. R. Ad'Mson, $1.
T. W. Gilmer, si.
A friend, $1.
Paln.er St. Clair. $1.
M. W. Turner. $1.
?. P. Woodv, $1.
Alfred Weaver, $1.
Walter Flshburne, $1.
Prof.C. E. Kreuloe, $1.
K. B. Spcncer.*vL
11. B. Erb, $1.
.!. w. Scott, $1.
o. M. Deyerle, $1.
K. Palmer, $1.
! .1 U Caldwell, $t.
.1. P. Karp, $1.
.1 T. Handy. $1.
W. C. Lert wich, 91,
Amount previously announced, $303.50.
Grand total to date, ?111?.
Amount yet to be raised, $1,284.
LEFT POP STAPNTOX.
Miss Margaret "Wholey, a charming
young lady, who has been visiting Mrs.
Junius McGehee, left on the noon train
yesterday for Staunton, her home, much
to the regret of her many friends here.
THE SLAUGHTER SALE of unre?
deemed pledges will be continued on Mon?
day night at 7:510 p. in. at 1 Jefferson
street. S. NYBUHG.
You have heard of Bnchraoh. Well, he
sells >hoes. That has been bis business
from morn till night, for the past fifteen
years. His Oxford Ties are beauties
They range from 40c to $2.50, Latest
shades and toes.
Six-room house, No. 17 Third street n.
e.. $850 cash, balance $10 per month.
Convenient to shops. A pply on premises.
Clear of encumbrances.
Fresh lot of Lowney's Chocolates and
Bon Bons just received at J. .T. Catognl's.
To Pay tho Annual Episcopal Visit to
Christ Church This Evening.
Right Rev. A. M. Randolph, D. D.,
bishop of the diocese of Soiitneth Vir?
ginia, will preach and adininisetr the rito
of confrmutlon at Christ Church tblr
evening at S o'clock.
The bishop will not visit St. .Tohn'f
Church at thia ti ne on account of the ab?
sence of the rector, Rev. W.U. Monde,
D. I)., who is absent from the city on ac<
count of'the critical illness of his daughv
ter, Mrs. Rotts. At Hishop Randolph's
request. Rev R. W. Pntton. rector cf
Christ's Church, will (ill the pulpit at St.
John : and explain to the congregation
the grounds for the change in the ap?
pointment. There vill, therefore, be no
service -it Christ Church this morning.
Bishop Randolph will return from Salem
this afternoon in time to officiate at
Christ Church this evening,where a large
class will b? . presented to the bishop for
confirmation. The order of services in
the Episcopal Churches will therefore be
St. John's?Services and sermon at 11
a. m. by Rev. R. W. Pntton. Christ
Church?Regular evening service and ser?
mon with confirmation administered by
Rt. Rev A. M. Randolph, assisted by
Rev. R. W. PattOU. There will be no
afternoon services at either church.
MR. M'KINXEY'S CONDITION*.
A telegram leceivctl here yesterday af?
ternoon said ex-Governor McKinney was
resting quietly and that there seemed to
be a slight improvement in his condition.
Purchasers of Worbis and Journals ?t
.lack's news depot today will be given a
copy of Cincinnati Post containing full
account of Jackson Walling hanging.
WOULD YOU IE YOU COULD:
And can yon if you would:- Buy a
piano, organ, or some other inotrutlicut
to brighten up your home. Roanokej
Music Company, C. T. Jennings, Mana?
ger, can help yon. Sie prices and terms
in ad. on first pane.
Do you insure in the Hamburg-Bremen
Insurance Company:' It has the reputa?
tion of being the most liberal in adjust?
ments, and has a State deposit in Vir?
ginia for protection of policy holders.
Chas. Lunaford ft Son are tho Roanoke
SPECIAL TO THE LADIES.
Within the next few tlays we expect to
exhibit one of the largest and best se?
lected tines of carpets and mattings e"er
shown in this city. The latlies are espec?
ially invited to inspect our stock before
purchasing their spriim supplies.
OVER STREET & THURM AN, *~
Nc. 20 Campbell avenue w.
A Private Hospital for the Sick arid for
Surcery, 121 Eighth Ave, S. W.
Trained nurses and hospital advan?
tages. Accommodations for both male
and female patients'. Consultation hours
for patients ami visitors from 12 to 2
o'clock p. m.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative llromo Quinine Tablets.
Ali druugists refund the money If it fails
to cure. 23c.Por sale by Johnson & John?
101 SALEM AVENUE
New Stock ot
And wc know there Isn't s collro
tlon In the clly timt ih nioro ic
plcte with Spring Crcii lont?. with
the Jaunty Ktunire ttylo predom?
inating, nil color*, bot material!
na<i lowest price* h* utntl:
Children'* Empire Hcrfrre, in oll
wool cloth brulii. trimmer! yoke,
rol'ar and *lceve*. ?11 r.e-.v
Sprleg ?hadrr; agc? -I to 10 Ol QQ
year*. Special price . Oliu?
ChlMrfn'u Kino Clo'h Keefrr*?
Kniplre fuslilc n- -1e- fir<! collar,
nil shades ?braid trimmed; rger C t QQ
4 to Uijtnre. gl iuO
Mietet' and Children'* Kcrfce.
in plain green and red rhtvlot*
huiI fancy check? and niixtmra
of green and tan , new Koiplro
effect; largo *allor ro lint; col?
lar und rutT* trimmed will)
braid; tlz'*4 to 10 year*; a tjo QQ
Mlsec** and Children.'! Hoefer*
in plain hhio and red all wool
Vcnetl'in cloth ar.d fniiry mix?
ture!. Umpire effecU; a ep-.t-iol f>n A Q
A romplrto asfcr' lllODt of Sprlr ?_? O Q flfl
Kestert, run-in :".u price up to Q? ? UU
?J.ooo violet llonqnct8l.wltn foliage,
worth 8c. in
barge banchrt of Vlolrt* with
leaves', elsewhere, ;i5c.: here.
Special lot* ot hnndtome \Molei*.
iirue bonchea with leaves, reg a*
09c biuichi -.
Ltrge bdncbea of Imported \ lohtt
with leant, regular price J6e,
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l-'li'c Velvet Vi >lett, three dosto in
Silk violet lioauaett with foliage,
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