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Row is the time to make up foi
the coming summer, and
avoid sewing during the
Kew 36 inch All-wool Dress
Goods, in small and white
checks, on'y 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 psr yard, worth
100 pieces Black Dress Goods,
in plain and fancy, at prices
ranging from 25c up.
We feel assured that we can
save yen at least 25 per
cent, on your purchases.
Wash Goods Department,
Ne v Percales, 38 inches wide,
only 8c yard.
New Cambris-Finished Percales.
36-inches wide, cnlyl 2Kc.
New Outings, just the thing for
Wrappers, only 10c per yd.
New Outings, suitable for hp
Shirts, at 8c.
New spring line Vicuna Chili,
for wrappers, at 10c yard.
New line of Shrunk Duck, only
10c per yard.
White Goods Department.
200 pieces Khite Check Nain?
sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, 10c,
i 2 < g 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 Lung Cloth, chamois
finish 12 yards for SI .15.
BLEACHED a DHBIJEACHED COTTONS
Wamsutta 4-4 Bleached at 10c
Best quality 4-4 Lonsdale Cam?
bric at 10c.
Best quality 7 8 Cambric at
lockwood IQ-4 Bleached Sheet?
ing at 20c.
loefcwood 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 &nd
Inseifons, on Cambric;
MeinBook and Swiss, at 4g5
H, 6c, 7c, 8c, Be, 10c
Full line of Forshon and Valen?
LACE ICHEHILE CUBTAIH BEP'T.
Laca Curtains at 75c, SI,
$1.25, $1.50, and up.
Chenile Cuttains, all colors,
from $2*50 psr pair up.
No charge made for Poles anil
Celebrated for Its grent leaveLlnR strength and
boalthtalncBS. Avsarcs tbe tood against alum
and all forma of aoalteratloa common to cheap
Kotal 11a kiis(? I'owdir Co.. New York.
SOME LOCAL NEWS
Remember that we inaugurated a year
ago the now popular prices, $3.75 nnd $4
lor coal. Seer Wo lead, others some?
time follow. J. II. WILKINSON & Co.,
102 Third street s w. 'Phone 210.
Half seasoned sawed oak blocks nre
best for the new style of stoves. We
have them. Also Alma coal at $3 75 per
ton. Foard Coal Company, 20 1 2 Salem
W. B. Daniel, the coal and feed man,
is ageut for the Stephcnsnn adding ma?
chine. If you want one call at Iiis office
or write to him at once.
This is the brand,
The miller planned
To he the finest in the land.
Now Fast and West
His Skill attest
And Pillsbury's best leads all the rest.
Sold by HAWKINS, FIELDING.&CO.,
Did you know that Dnchrach purchased
all the shoes owned by Gilkcon & Tay?
lor? Well he did. He will divide his bar?
gains with you. All men should come
and see. The prices are right.
Do you insure in the Hamburg-Bremen
Insurance Company? It has tho reputa?
tion of being the most liberal In adjust?
ments, and has a Statu deposit in Vir?
ginia for protection of policy holders.
Chas. Lunsford &. Son are the Roanoke
The Ladies' Auxiliary to B. L. E. will
meet in the K. of P. Hall over National
Exchange Hank Wednesday afternoon at
2 p. m. Full attendance will he appre?
IS NEED OF HELP.
Tom Buneh, who has been very ill at
his home on Park street n. w., for some
time, was no better yesterday. He will
be glad to have some of his friends call
on him. He is a member of Mountain
Dale Lodge and also belongs to the St.
James Church He is hi need of help.
Buist's Garden Seeds at VanLear Bros.
GOING TO NEW YORK.
W. W. Coe, late chief engineer of the
Norfolk nnd Western Railroad Company,
has accepted the position of "consulting
engineer" lor the New Y'ork Guarantee
Compmy. ' He leaves for New York city
this afternoon. In the long residence
here of Mr. Coe und family they have
made many friends, who sincerely regret
their departure from this city, but who
wish him and them every success and hap?
piness In their new home.
BROTHERHOOD MERCANTILE CO.
The Brotherhood Mercantile Company
have a change of advertisement in this is
sue of The Times, to which particular at?
tention is called. With their characteris?
tic energy nnd taste they arc offering a
new and attractive assortment of goods
In their lines which in quality, style and
reasonableness of price cannot be excel?
led. Read their advertisement and give
them a call.
TOO MUCH SWEARING. ' N
Virginia Smith was fineil $3.50 in the
police court this morning lor swearing
VanLear Bros. _will sell yon garden
A BKAUTIFUL VOICE
During the confirmation services on
Sunday niseht at Christ Church, Mrs. L.
S. Hodgson sang charmingly Dudley
Buck's "Salve Regina," a most beautiful
and appropriate composition. Mrs.
Hodgson's voice is a pure, rich contralto
of glorious quality and splendid cultiva?
tion. She sing? her music with rare in?
telligence and much refinement of feeling.
Her method is perfect, and infinite pathos
murks her tones. Her solo gave much
genuine pleaure to the large eongregniton
The Episcopal visitation oT St. John's
Church was postponed on nccotint of the
absence from tho city of the rector, Rev.
Dr. VV. II. Meade, nnd Bishop Randolph
went to Bnlcm Sunday morning Instead.
Rev. R. w. Pa (ton conducted the service
and preached lit St. John's in the morn?
ing ami at tiight Bishop Randolph
preached at ChrisC Church. "Faith,
hope and charity" was the theme ?f the
bishop's eloquent discnurse which was
listened to with close attention by a con?
gregatlon that, crowded the house to Its
Utmost capacity, several hundred persons
being turned away. After the sermon
Bishop Randolph confirmed a class of sev?
enteen persons, composed largely of young,
Remember that Bachrnch sells shoes.
It's money in your pocket if you liny from
Y. M I. BALI?.
Tho members of tho Young Men's In?
stitute will give a bull on Easter Monday
night. The Roanoko Machine Works
Orchegta will furnish music for tho occa?
sion niul ii splendid timo Is anticipated.
The first ouurtorly conference of the
UnUK": Urethren Church ut this place,
waa held in their church last night. The
conference was presided over by Rev. G.
W. Hott. Tho different church boards
reported. Matters of fixing salary was
discussed, together with o*her business
connected with the church here.
All the latest styles in spiing hats at
the Brotherhood Morcautile Company.
Jndgo*AVoods.refused the defendants a
new hearing in thecaso of Josiah Friend's
administrators against tho Norfolk nud
Western railroad. A bill of exceptions
was tiled yesterday evening nnd signed
by tho judge. An appeal will bo taken
to the supreme court.
LICK RUN FABLING IN.
The bridging over Lick run on Second
street is falling in again and the city en?
gineer is preparing to uncover and fence
It in for the present. This is a matter
that should receive the attention uf the
Council at an early date.
For Manly Men.
vvr AIli: f.atters ix evert
besse ok the woud. there's
scarce A wish IX correct read
dress that can't be cratifieu
Derihes and Alpines in the
new spring color8 and shapes,
mi to (?;">. The "DuxLAr,"
"Yale" and ??Harvard."
GILKESON & TAYLOR.
How quickly the mind reverts back to
the happy days of long ago is never moro
practically demonstrated than in watch?
ing the audience dismiss itself after see?
ing "The Old Homestead," and hearing
their comments on how it reminded them
of the days of yore. This play will be at
the Academy of Music Tuesday night,
AN UP TO DATE HOUSE.
The Philadelphia One Price Clothing
House, corner of Salem avenue and Henry
street, h-is an mlvc-tiscmcnt in The Times
to-duv that will amply hear perusal. Tho
neiv spring clothing which they arc re?
ceiving is up to date in nil respects iu
make, quality and price. Give them a
NOONDAY PRAYER MEETING.
The meeting to-day will be" led by ,T.
M. Gambill, and the whole of the sixth
chapter of Matthew will be used for a
lesson. There were several of 'the regu?
lar attendants absent, yet there were
thirteen men present yesterday. Re?
marks wero made by Messrs. Jones, Strap,
Jennings and tho lender, Captain Foard.
These noon hour services are a great
spiritual benefit to those who will take
the time to attend. Therefore let us fill
the room to overflowing to day.
VAN LEAR BROS, will sell you 2-->c
and 50c knives. See the large cases iu
their corner window.
How I3Ialio?> ITofcfc Jim, Dinpooec] of tho
The final business of the United Breill'
ren conference was transacted Saturday
night, when the following appointments
Shenaudoah District?fl. P. Rott, pre?
siding elder?Rockbridge circuit, J. W.
Maiden: Staunton circuit, S. K. Wine;
Augusta circuit, W. H. Crowel 1; Elkton
circuit, C. P. Dyclie; Bhennndoah City,
W. O. Rlack: Albemarlc, N. S. Hau; Har
risonburg, A. S. Hamraack; Dayton and
Broadway, Wm. Stearn; Churchvllle, A.
J. Sechrist; Day ton circuit, G. D. Uos
sard; Singer's Glen, W7. R. Berry; Lacey
Spring, G. B. Fadeley; Edenburg, J. F.
Snydet; Cross Kheys, W. C). Ewing: Uonn
oke. S. Ii. Rice; Franklin,"J. A. Nogley;
Vendleton, S. A. Crabill: Blue Ridge, J.
M. Ilott; Ilarrisonburg Freedmnu's Mis?
sion, M. Colley; Rockingbam Freedman's
Mission, \Y. 11. Bruce: Highland Freed?
man's Mission, T. K, Clifford.
Winchester District?J. 1). Donovan,
presiding elder -Winchester circuit, S.
1). Skelton; Frederick, N. F. A. Cupp;
Tom's Biook, P. J. Lawrence; Martins
burg, W. F. Gruver; Berkeley Springs,
W. L; Childress; South Branch, J. W.
Wutz; Berkeley Springs circuit, W. H.
Samosell; Capon, H. E. Richardson; New
Creek, J. H. Brauk; Berkeley circuit, G.
W. Stover; Bloomery. W. P. Dazzle,; Ca?
pon Sprinte, C. Bennett; Moorofiold, J. 1'.
Jennings; llartmausville, W. H. Clary:
Lost River, J. W. Brill; Prince William,
L. A Racey; Inwood circuit, B. 1'. S.
Busey; Garrett to be supplied.
Prof. E. W. McMullen, professor i:;
Rev. J. A. Evans, missionary to Africa.
Rev. J. W. Howe, agent Shenaudoah
For Infants and Children
A called communication of Lakeland
Lodge No 100, A. F. and A. M., will
be held In the Masonic temple on this
evening. March 28, at ?:'?!() o'clock
for work'in the several degrees. All
Master Masons in good standing are cor?
dially invited tc attend. By order of Mu?
J. A. SWAY ELY, Secretary.
BW*'25c and 50c KNIVES!
ftr i. i? # r*?? I "Your Clioifc for 25c." I , ? ? ?.. ,
Stir. ?ASE|..Vo,?c?otec rorBOc.?) In Our?crnerWindow.
^Prescriptions Filled Only by <?ru<lnates In Plinrrnncy."
?^"T\r^-> T" ?|9>n ?Tr.^-v-??s4-":-n .y*r*? PtlARMACISTJ.
N/ ^^^Jc*v4@3AbL ?B?Wl,J^,(J?@i Cor. Halem ?v : ?ni rcff. Bti
It is Reported That Ten Divisions
Have Boen Abolished.
It was reported on tho streets last night
that James C. Cassell had been made di?
vision superintendent of tho new division
of tho Norfolk and Western between
Koanoke and Bristol, and E. L DuBarry
snperintendeut from Koanoke to Norfolk.
It was also stated that the other super?
intendents would be discontinued. ' Mr.
Cassell and Mr. DuBarry being about, the
oldest division superintendents in tho em?
ploy of tho road, they wero retained.
An effort was made to see some of tho
officers to vetify the report, but they
could not be seen.
It is reliably stated, however, by those
in a position to know, that the above
are the facts in the case.
GOOD DAY'S WORK EQR Y. M. C. A.
Tho floating indebtedness is steadily
decreasing. The Sunday collection and
yesterday's work bring the grand total
raised up to $408.50. Only $1,190.30
more to secure. The workers have been
most encouraged by the kindly responses
on tho part of the public. Amounts
pledged since last report are as follows:
S. H. Hcironimus, ?10: a friend, $10;
Catogni Bros. $5; W. K. Andrews. $5; \V.
E. MoGnire, S5; .lohn T. lline?, *'.?.50; J.
H. Morris, $2; Dr. II. E. Jones, $2; D. R.
Webb. $1;E. R. Dnmeron, $1; J. W.
Hodges, S|; M. R. Pet/old, $1; J. E.
Boone, $1; a friend, SI; Samuel Thorn?
ton, $1; Oscar Rh?tl?ubtscr, $1 ;Mrs. Sarah
Allen, $1; John A. Pack, $1'; C. II. Brlelg
ers, $1; W. W. Motr, $1; Cash, $1; II P.
Mlnter.81; 1l. L. Ludwig, $1; W. R,
Co pi to, (1; L. A. Massie. $1; W. B.
Keffer, $1; VY. L. Shields. $1; Tom Rey?
nolds, $1; J. P. Dutton, $1; W. II. Arm?
strong, SI: II. L. Rowling, SI; n. J. Hart
berger, $1; Cash, SI; E. S. Roberts, $1; J.'
W. Trent, $1; H. G. Campbell, SI: A. P.
Wutkins, Si; H. P. Cunning, ?1: W.
M. Fieldim,', SI: Jas. P. Cnrnefix, $1;
W. J. High, SI: W. L. Tennlson, SI; H.
Hock, SI: A. L. Calvcrt, $1; T. G. Porter
field, SI: Chas. E. Steckman, if I: IL M
Harris, SI: S. S. Burch, 'SI; J. S. Irby,
?1; W. E. Wright, SI: R. L. Timherlake,
$1; P. W. ^Kllng, $1: J. E. Hough, $1.
Big hit in fancy shirts. Sen them at
tho Brotherhood Mercantile Company.
Skillinnn's N.?F. removes corns, warts
aud bunions and soreness from the feet
and ingrowing toe nails. Manufactured
by Bkillmaii Medicine Company. P. O.
Box 88, Roanoke, Va. For sale by drug?
SPECIAL TO THE LADIES.
Within the next few days we expect to
exhibit one of ehe largest nnd best se?
lected lines of carpets and mattings ever
shown in this city. The. ladles are espec?
ially invited to inspect our stock before
purchasing their spring supplies.
O VERSTREBT & THURM AN, "
Nc. 20 Campbell avenue w.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All drucglstfl refund the money if it fails
to cure. 25c.For sale by Johnson & John?
You have heard of Bachrach. Well, he
sells shoes. That has been his business
from morn tili night, for the past fifteen
years. His, Oxford Ties are beauties
They range from -10c to ?--->0. Latest
shades and toes.
Six room house. No. 17 Third street n.
e.. S;5.")0 cash, balance Sill per mouth.
Convenient to shops. Apply on premises.
Clear of encumbrances.
Fresh lot of Lowuey's Chocolates and
Bon Rons just received at J. J. CatognPs.
BEAUTIFUL CALENDAR FREE
with every 10 cent purchase at Hop
croft's,7 Jefferson street, the place to get
the latest news and something good to
smoke, and chew. April magazines on
Did you say shoe-? If a demand was
made on Unchrach he could shoe, every
man, woman and child in the city of
Roanoke to-morrow morning and have a
few shoes over. Try him. Re can shoe
$10 buys a ton of timothy at J. A.
Hoover's feed store.
Those $35 ami $10
wluels we sell tire fully
guaranteed. Come und
see them. Also carry a
full line of $50, S70 and
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
E. L. Flippo, Manngi r.
MONEY TO LOAN.
Parties desiring to barrow money in
small loans running from $200 to $000
from the Lynchburg Perpetual Building
and Loan Company on improved Roanoke
city real estate wiil call and tile applica?
tions with J. w. BOS WE i jL, ngent,
110 1-2 Jefferson street.
liny $10 per ton this week at J. A.
Hoover's, 214 Salem avenue w.
WHAT MR. WHEAT IIAS TO SAY
ABOUT THE HAINES BROS.'
Roanoke, Va., March 5, 1807.
J. F. Rogers S: Co., Piano Dealers, Roan?
Dear Sirs: In replv to your.-; of this
diite let me say the Haines Bros, upright
piano, which you furnished me in my
concerts in the Nation.il Business College
ami Y. M. C. A. the first part of Decem?
ber, gavo me grcnt satisfaction and re?
flected great credit on the well-known1
manufacturers anil upon you as their rep
It, w.'is thoroughly and exhaustively
teste 1 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 wit!: admirable pre?
cision and delicacy. Sincerely vom-.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE
Those beautiful steel engravings that
we tue giving away for twenty wrappers
of Crystal Spring or Magic City Soap.
Ask your grocer and he will show them
to you. Write your inline and address
plainly and mail with the wrappers to
the Crystal Spring Soap Co. lloanoko,
206 Commerce Street.
Is.one of the very few plaJn
shade Dress Stuffs for whole
suits. Plain materials are the
swell entile costume material*,
yon know. <,Mo3covleta" is
th=j newest of them. It ii a
handsome fabric. It ccmes in
four leading shades, Violet,
Serpent, "French B ue" and
Mascovleta, 46 inch wide, at
$1 the yard. ?ce the Hue of
Woolen Poplins ari again
o ie of the swell fabri:s for e i
tire costumes for ladUs. We
ha re the newest shadings aud
uutnatchable qua'iues a:, the
46-iuch wide Wo->l Pon'ia,
all the new shades cf Vi >let,
Mole, French Bine, etc., at
83 c the yard, woith $1?
Woolen Checks For Separate
We ate showiug a great col
lection of the stylish WWen
CLecks for separate skirts for
ladies Quite the thing to
wear with shirt waists.
27 inch Shepherd Cherlc?,
36-inch all wool Checked
Fabrics, at 25c.
40-lnch a'1 wool Checked
Skiit'ngs, at 40c.
46ir:ch v.ry fine quality
Knlire Costume Checks, very
pret'y colorings, at $ 1.
Wash Dress Goods.
Here are a lew of the names.
They are all so new that you
will ha%'e to see them to get
correct ideas of the qualities,
and the great collection of
styles we are showing:
Jacond's Rayu:e Fantasie,
It will vay yon to mike a
trip to our s.ore just to sse
Opr;n io morrow Quite a
nice line of new things in Sep?
arate Skirts for ladies. All
grarJe^ in black and colois;
from 982 to $7.50 e3ch.
At ijc, were 20c
Special Bargains hi
ico dozen ladies' imported,
ful), regular made, "Gordon
dyed, at solutely Fast Black
Hcse, at 15c the pair; a few
da3'S ego were 20c.
S & BRUGH
101 SALEM AVENUE.
New Stock of
And wo know there |i>n't a r ilb c
lion !n ilia city Unit If more re
plute with Spring l'reitior.f". wlili
the jaunty Km;i,-p ?tyle predom
Intiu f, mi cjlori", best matcrlala
nod lowest prices h* usual:
Chil<!rf r.'? Empire Herfen?, In nil
wool cloth braid, trimme 1 yoke,
col'a1" and sleeve?, nil new
Spring fHadff, neca -I to 10 Q| QQ
year*. Bpsctal price . O I, >j J
Children'* l'ir.e Cloth Reefers?
I- mpl!< fash ten - i-lcehrd collar,
nil ?htdes -braid triniincd; f?tf <J I Q O
5I!str*' Sud Children's Reefer*,
i pliln t'.rf n: and red cheviot*
bral.t; si/, * ?! to 10 yean; a (JO Of)
y.-.ii: *pccir.l .it.OZiOu
und fancy check* and niixuiic*
ot urcen and ti?D ; new Empire
effoct; lar(;c sailor ro Hi k col?
lar and cuffs trimmed with
Mleeef>' ar.d Children's Roofer*
In plain blue ned red all arr.ol
Venetian cloth and fancy in!z
luros, Empire eiT-, et?! a FPCClal (JQ AO
A complete awnrimontof SpTli ir QP fifj
ltco:?.r*, rangln ?in price up to vOiUU
a.cca violet Banquets, with tollago,
worth 8c. at
Largo bnnchra cf VIolMa with
leaves, elsewhere, 25c: tirre.
Special lot? ot handsome Violets,
l.ir^n bnochaa with IcKves, retn
I.Tree bunches" ot Imported Vloirt*
wii?i !(' ?..?! ?. regular price SGr,
Vio'e'B?thiee d /.en in lunch, at..
Pine Velvet Violets, tinea dczen In
B|Ik,Violat Bosquets with Collage,
M. I NI>ORSKY, Mxr ,