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Special sales are the order of
the day and we are strictly
in It. The rush at our
store last week was phe?
nomenal. Why ? Because
we advertised and sold
onr special bargains lower
than they CDuld be bought
elsewhere We will con?
tinue this week and offer
some go d things, such as
will b; appreciated by the
iajiis and Towels
At 23c, Linen Damask, half blenched,
soft finish, 5-1 ineh.se wide, worth 35c.
At 35u, All Linen Danmsk, 60 inches
wide, worth 45c.
At 45c, All Linen Damiisk, (IB inches
wide, worth 5l)c.
At (!0c, All Linen Damask, 72 inches
wide, worth 75e.
At 0!)c, All Linen Damask, "2 inches
wide, worth 85c.
AllLinen Fringed Doylies, at 40c dozen;
cheap at OOo.
All Linen Fringed Doylies, at 75c
dozen; cheap at 00c.
5 8' AU Linen Napkins, at 75c: cheap at
3 4 All Linen Napkins, at $1.26; cheap
All Linen Hack Towels, 18x8$, at 10c
AU Linen lluck Towels, 22x40, 12 l-2c
All Linen Hack Towels, 22x45, 15c
All Linen Kuitted Fringe Towel, extra
quality and extra good value, 24x48,
at 25c. ?
Sleets aid Pillow Gases.
!)??! Sheets, hemmed and ready for use,
10 4 Sheets, hemmed and ready for use,
Pillow cases, 80x45, 28c pair.
Pillow Cases, hemstitched, 80x45, 29c
u (MJUtlca Bleach Sheeting, 18 l-2c yard.
10 4 Utica Bleach Sheeting', '.32 l-2c yard.
11 4 Unbleached Sheeting, 10c yard.
10-4 Unbleached Sheeting, 18c yard.
Gloves pi Milts,
50 dozen All Silkjllack Mitts, 15c pair;
cheap at 25c. "Z
85 dozen All Silk Black Mitts, 20c pair;
cheap at 35c.
25 dozen AU Silk Black Mitts, 25c pair;
cheap at 45c.
25 dozen AM Silk Blnck (Jloves, 25c
pair, worth 35c.
15 dozen AU Silk Black (/loves, 35c
pair, worth 50c.
100 dozen Fast Black Seamless Ladies'
Hose, 8 pair for 25c. S;>ld elsewhere at
12 1 2c.
40 Gunge Fast Black Seamless Ladies'
Hose, 12 l-2c pair, worth 20c.
Kxtra Quality Fast Black Double Soles
ami Heels, 20c pair, cheap at 25c.
Two Hundred Dozen Ribbed
Vests, each. 4c
One Hundred Dozen Bleached Bib?
bed Vests, 12 1 2c quality. 8c
Fifty Dozen Bleached Ribbed
Vests, 15c quality. 10c
Fifty Dozen Bleached Vests, 18c
Fifty Black and White Silk Par?
Fifty Blnck and Cream Silk Para*
sols, with ruffle. $1.2C
Twenty-five Black anil White Silk
Parasols, with three tu flies- $2.00
Twenty-five Cream Chiffon Para?
sols $3.00 and. *4.(K)
One Hundred Gloria Silk Pa.agon
Frame Steel Rod Unrbrellus.... 89c
One Hundred Gloria Silk Umbrel?
las, steel lods, mourning han?
dles . $1.10
A full and complete assortment of
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats, in Straw,
Leghorn, Panama, Tape and Fancy
Braids, in all the new and nobby styles.
Also a full lino of Flowers, Ribbons,
Laces, Pluited Chiffons, Straw Gimpp,
Steel, Jet and Pearl Buckles; in . fact,
everything pertaining to a first-class mil?
linery department can be iound here.
26 Salem Ave,
FOR SALE AT
OME LOCAL NEWS
Do you want to know how to keep cool:'
Buy one of our refrigerators, water cool?
ers or Ice cream freezers anil you will
OVERSTREET & THURM AN,
Xo. 20 Campbell avenue.
EASY OX POOR PEOPLE.
AND OUR SHOES are easy on tender
feet. Come to mo when you want ?hoes
and be satisfied with your purchase.
Goods boimht from me aro never the
cause of a kick. BACHRACH, Salem
avenue and JelTerson street; two stores.
If you wish to purchase a handsome
dinner, tea or toilet set, giro us a call be?
fore placing your order. The E. H. Stew?
art Furniture Company.
LOST.?Black Pocketbook containing
if 10.02; had enrd "Margaret Livingston
Hughes." Liberal reward if returned to
28 Sixth avenue s. w.
A COBWEB PARTY.
The Ladies' Aid Society of St. John's
Church will give a Cobweb party for chil?
dren this afternoon at ~> o'clock, in the
open lot on Eleventh avenue s. w., be?
tween Commerce and Roanoke streets.
Each child will he charged 10 cents to en
ter the "Web," ami shore will be ice
cream, cake and candy for sale.
DEATH OF MISS GRAY.
News reached the city yesterday of the
death of Miss Elzora Cray, a popular and
well known young lady" of Simmons,
Floyd county, on Sunday last. The cause
of death was brain fever and the funeral
anil interment took place on Monday.
Deceased was the daughter of the late .1.
W. Gray and Is survived by her widowed
mother, one sister and three brothers.
Miss Gray bad a circle of friends in this
city who will be grieved to learn of her
LIMEaDE, strawherry sherbet and
ice cream soda, 0 cents. Massie's Phar?
BIG BICYCLE AGG REG AT ION.
The Virginia Wheel Club, in connection
with their rnce meet on Decoration Day,
propose having a big bicycle parade Sat?
urday afternoon, May 22, and it if desired
to have as many riders in the city join
them as will. The parade will be formed
on Jeireisou street in the vacant lot just
south of the engine house. The start will
he made promptly at5o'clock. The pro?
posed route is Jefferson to Salem avenue,
Salem avenue to Commerce, Commerce
to Church, Church to Park, Park to
Campbell, Campbell to end of McAdam,
and returning by the same route to Com?
merce, thence to Campbell avenue, to
Jefferson, Jefferson to Fourteenth avenue
and return to Campbell street, thence to
Randolph street luidge to gas works,
thence returning following street car
line. The parade will be in charge of II.
I.. Honsel, asisied by .1. P. Fllppo and
Mr. Baughtnan. The final arrauginents
for tin? meet arc being made and Ironi in?
dications this will prove one of the most
interesting and successful meets over
given by the club. Great interest is be?
ing manifested by the home riders, and
each will heartily contest for the honors,
l'he five mile race, the prizes In which
are handsome medals, will prove, very in?
teresting from the point that a tiuie limit
has been made which will not. admit of
the slow time, which has heretofore pre?
vailed in such races up to the last lap.
THE GENUINE STERLIZED MALT
sold only at Massie's Pharmacy. 10c
bottle; $1.50 dozen.
A DISGRACEFUL FIGHT.
About seventy Ore people witnessed a
very disgraceful fight hetsveen Kitt Col?
lins and bis wife on Brick Row vesterday
morning about 11 o'clock. They were
both.very drunk and, as is usual in such
cases, soon disagreed and commenced
lighting. Their cursing soon brought a
crowd to the scene in time to see Kitt
knock his wife down and she throw a
hatchet at. him which, foi turiutely,or un?
fortunately, missed him and broke a
panel out of the door and a glass out of
the window. They were arrested by Offi?
cer Johnson anil will have to answer be
foro.Police Justice Woods this morn'ng.
CLOSING OUT. SALE.
Having engaged in other business, we
will sell tho entire stock of house fur?
nishing goods at greatly reduced prices to
close up the. business of the Cincinnati
Instalment Company In Roanoke. This
business must be closed up at Once. If
you want furniture cheap now is your
chance. Respectfully. Cincinnati Install?
ment Company, by W. IT. WARD, 203
Lawn Swings nt Yost-Huff Co.'s.
J. & J.'S CHICKEN* CHOLERA CURE.
Guaranteed to cure cholera, gaps, roup,
and all poultry diseases. For sale by
JOHNSON ?fc JOHNSON.
Be Wise L
Show your wl
of the most di
made. It's pu
world over and
not made. Wl
can eat in Sum
Prescriptions Filiert Only I
Van Lear Brot
GOING TO RICHMOND.
Some ot the gentloraen- of the dl rt ore nt
committees who were appointed to go to
Richmond in the Interest ol Roanoke in
the contest for the convention, left last
niirtit and tho remainder will go to-day
The following is a list of tho gentlemen
who will attend: Council committee?
President J. R. Terry, A. J. Coleman, C.
D. Fox, Jas. P. Woods. R. A. Buckuer,
M. J. Coleman, J. A. Wilson and Mayor
W. K. Andrews. City Democratic Com?
mittee?Jas. MoFall, Ellus Mahoney, A.
Blah- Antrim, Levt Witt, W. F. Bryant,
Palmer St. Clalr. Citizens Committee -
.1. E. Cutchln. S. 3. Brooke, A. B. Ham?
mond, A. K. Handy, L. E. Loukubill, W.
P. Dupuy, Roy B. Smith, J. Alleu Watts
and A. P. Staples. These committees
will leave no stone unturned toward se?
curing tho convention for Roanoke.
Lena Lester and Lillian Kirk were
brought to tho police court yesterday
morning on a charge of loitering on the
streets. They were fined $5 each, but
while couctinir out the money became so
abusive as to bo subjected to an addi?
tional charge of drunkenness and were
accordingly locked up to appear before
the cou<-t this morning.
Chas. Harris was fined $5 for disorderly
conduct aud Alice Hall and Lena Smith,
colored,were fined $2.50 each for a similar
LIMEADE, strawberry sherbet nnd
ice cream soda, 5 cents. Classic's Phar?
CHRIST CHURCH SUPPLY.
It is moro than probable that Christ
Church will be supplied by Rev. T. K.
Lacy, of Lynchhurg, during the absence
of the pastor, Rev. R. W. Pattou, who
may be away for two months or more.
There was nothing of public interest in
the hustings court yesterday, the court
being occupied with a few unimportant
FOR THE CONFEDERATES.
The Confederate Veterans of this city
are in the receipt, of a communication
from the officers of the Nashville Centen?
nial stating that arrangements had been
completed for them during their visit to
Nashville and that reduced rates bad been
secured at all the hotels and boarding
houses. Cheap excursions for their ben?
efit will bo run to all the principal points
of interest in and 'around .Nashville and
they aro promised a royal entcrtniumcnt
during their stay.
THE GENUINE BTERLIZED MALT
sold only by Massie's Pharmacy. 15c
bottle; $1.50 dozen.
A DELIGHTFUL RECITAL.
The pupils of Mrs D. W. Meadows'
music class gave a very delightful recital
to a number of friends at Mrs. Meadows'
residence at 512 Campbell avenue last
night. The numbers were all well ren?
dered nnd showed careful nnd competent
WOODWARD LICENSE C*SE.
The only case of importance in the cir
cult court yesterday was the hearing of
the appeal of 10. R. Woodward from the
bust!nes court in the matter of ^granting
a license to se'l liquor at No. iJO Campbell
avenue in the old express building. "Some
of the business men along Campbell ave?
nue testified t hat to their belief the open?
ing of a saloon would not in any way
work to the detriment of the business in?
terest of the street, while others were of
the opinion thnt it would. Among the
latter were the Flshburn Company, Ho
sei.baum Bros , ana others. These gen?
tlemen get most of their trade from the
ladies aud for this reason, and not be?
cause they are not . confident that Mr.
Woodward would conduct a quiet aud
orderly place, they are opposed to having
a saloon on the street. Mr. Woodward is
represented by H?ge '?s H?ge nnd Mr.
Graves represents the opposition. The
evideuce was all finished yesterday even?
ing, but Judge Dupuy reserved his decis?
ion until this morning.
Dinstatlc Malt makes strength. " bit
bottle; $1.50 dozen. Van Lear Bros, sole
agents for Roanoke.
CONFIRMATION ~AT ST. JOHN'S
Bishop Randolph, of tho Southwest
Virginia diocese, delivered a most excel?
lent sermon at St. John's Episcopal
Church last night, and at the conclusion
of the sarmon confirmed a class of four?
teen young people. A large audience
greeted the eminent divine and listened
with rapt attention to his masterly effort.
ST. JA'TES ARRIVALS.
Among the late arrivals at the St.
James last night were L. ?. Berry, Mar?
ti nsvi He: E. M. Foster, Ilagerstown; W.
C. Judkins, Christiansburg; J. G. Lit/..
Richmond: W. J. Joyce, New York, and
F. A. Bricker, Hagerstown.
A large audience assembled at the tent
on Je Oerson street last night to see Joliile
& Herns comedy and specialty company
and none were disappointed. The per?
formance was good and the audience went
A PLEASANT EVENING.
A number of friends were royally enter?
tained by Miss Mollie Fowler at the home
of her father, at 814 Third avenue n. w..
last night. There were about ten couples
present and a most delightful evening
was spent by all.
LESLIE'B POPULAR MONTI". EY,
The Fashion hooks, New Illustrated Mag?
azine and "Strand" now in at Jack's
news depot on the corner.
THE CLOSING OUT SALE
of millinery and notions at 121 Salem
avenue has commenced and will continue
until the. entire stock is sohl out. Now
is the time nnd this is the place to get
the worth of your money. Call and see
for yoursell. We can please you and save
you money. MISS C. L. REESE.
Don't fail if you want to sell or rent
your property to call at 114 Campbell
j avenue west, and list it with Lanier
Gray, real estate, rental and insu ranee
ike the Owl!
sdoiu by coming in here nnd getting a cup
ilicious STRAWBERRY SHERBET ever
re, it's wholesome, it's fine. Search the
you couldn't find better?liecause'.better'is
len Sherbet is good it's the best thing one
mer. Come in to day.
?y <; i a.i nates In Pharmacy."
Cor. balera Wo iuj IcfT. St
'Adjourned Meeting Held '.Last Night at
First Presbyterian Church.
An adjourned meeting of Montgomery
Presbytery was held In the session room
of the First Presbyterian Church last
night, commencing promptly at 8o'clock.
Rev. J. M. Holliday presided .'over the
meetiug, with .Rev. F. T. McFnden as
clerk. The following ministers and
elders were present: Ministers- \V. C.
Campbell, P. C. Clark, John Ruff, J. C.
Dinwiddic, F. T. McFaden. Elders?J.
Z. Sholtz, Buchanan; Dr. S. H. Price,
Montvule; W. E. T. Starke, High Bridge;
C. C. Taliaferro, Roanoke second; J. T.
Montgomery, Betbnuv; J. R. Guy, Lib?
erty; .1. H. peck, Blue field; J. H. Palmer,
Salem; J. H. Earman, .Woodside; anil
Revs. R. C. Anderson and W. C. Hall.
The session was opened with devotional
exercises led by Rev. J. M. ;lIolliday. of
Blacksburg, aud the minutes of the for?
mer meeting rend.
W. C. Campbell and C. C. Taliaferro
were directed to write a lotter of sympa?
thy to Rev. J. II. Harris, who Is very ill.
The call of Rev. W. A. Hall to Bon
brook Church for one fourth of his time
wns received aud accepted by Mr. Hall,
ami a committee consisting of W. C.
Camphell, P. C. Clark, J. M. Holliday
and L. W. Anderson nppointed tc confirm
Mr. Hall at Boubrook Church on the
first Sunday in August.
The committee appoiuted at the spring
session to report on the matter* of pub?
lishing the addresses delivered at the
250th anniversary celebration of the adop
tion of the Westminster Standard, report?
ed recommending that 2,000 copies be
printed and the presbytery pay for same.
The report was heard and accepted.
Rev. Dr. Carson, of Greene-Memorial
Church, was invited to sit as a visiting
brother and was introduced to the Pres?
The i astoral relation existing between
Rev. P. li. Price and Buchanan, Carmel
and Rich Patch Churches was dissolved.
The resignation of Rev. J. C. Dlnwid
die as pastor of Bethany Church was re?
ceived and his relation dissolved. It
seems that the affairs of thtj church arc
in a bail condition and as there wns no
report from this church, a comm ttee con?
sisting ol Revs. Fleming Ruff, Clark Pal?
mer, Earmrn and Ingalls, were appointed
to investigate its affairs and given power
to do whatever was necessary towards
straightening out its affairs. Some
amendments to the manual were olfereil
by Rev. Holliday and calendared until
the fall meeting. As there was no fur?
ther business before the body they ad?
journed to meet at Pearlsburg on the 7th
of next September.
JUST RECEIVED?200 pounds old
fashioned Marsh Mallows, the best: good
for sore throat. In half-pound boxes, 20
cents: one pound boxes, 40 cents J. .1.
for Men and Boys!
You'll find thk-iumiiht
new things in sthaws at
ort: stork. all tin-: new
fancy straws and bands,
as well as the plain
oses. 25c ?l?.
G1LKESON & TAY 1.0B.
For solid comfort try our lawn swing,
Never say die as long as Doctor Devon
is so near you. lie is now bringing to life
fancy parasols, such as white, gray and
others that have been laid aside, too badly
soiled to be of use. After he has pre?
scribed for your parasol it will be "Rich?
ard himself again." ROANOKE STEAM
DYE WORKS, JAMES DEVON, Propri?
Bread,Rolls,Cinnamon Buns, hot every
evening. J. J. Catognl
TKLE< iRAPH IC STRIKE.
Special advantages offered both day and
night at the National Business College
to those wishing to pursue the course of
telegraphy. -Call now and get terms and
We have one of the most complete lines
of baby carriages to bo found in the city,
ranging in price at from !*=."> to$85. E. II.
Stewart Furniture Company.
I GREECE DEFEATED AT LAST.
I Greece has met with a great defeat and
I can be literally wiped from the face of the
I earth by the use ol Crystal Spring or
I Magic City soap. Send twenty wrappers
; to your grocer and get a cake of either
brand free of charge.
CRYSTAL SPRING SOAP CO.
AT A BARGAiN.one second hand one
hundred dollar bicycle in first class order,
23-lnch frame. E. S. GREEN,
Manufacturing Jeweller, ? Salem a.enue.
-MONEY TO LOAN.
Parties desiring to borrow money In
small loans ranging from $200 to $(i00
from the Lynchburg Perpetual Building
and Loan Company on improved Roan?
oke city real estate will call and file ap?
plications with J. W. BOSWELL, agent,
! 110 1-2 Jefferson street.
ing lots of fun
by hot having a
Prices $5 to
ROANOKE CYCLE CO.,
108 Salem Avenue.'
Come in and see
our beautiful stock
of Pictures ; or, if
you haven't time,
notice a few in the
window. They are
plainly marked and
the prices speak
? 18 Sflom Avenue
MONEY AND FLOWERS.
An Appeal for Both That Cannot bo Re?
The war Is over. Tho Union has bceu
rostoreu. The South and the North nre
now Integral parts of a common country,
bouud toeether by the ties of blood aud
tho remembrance of the deeds of a noble
and heroic ancestry. There was a time
when the men of tho two sectiont di tiered
honestly on vital principles of govern?
ment, and fought out these di (Terences on
the stern arena of battle, where both sides
displayed the courage characteristic of
Americans everywhere when the call of
duty and the obligations of manhood urge
them forward. Though the South was
compelled to yield to overwhelming
numbers and resources, her sons vindica?
ted their courage on hundreds of battle
Heids and earned the respect of their op?
ponents, who, being brave men them?
selves, appreciated this quality wherever
A magnificent and magnanimous illus?
tration of Northern appreciation of South?
ern devotion and heroism is displayed in
the case of Col. William II. Kuan es, of
Columbus, Ohio, and his associate union
veterans, who with a number of ex Con?
federates built uu areh iu the Confederate
Cemetery at Camp Chase, Columbus,
Ohio, and decorated the graven of the
thousands of dead soldiers burled there.
When ex-President. Hayes wasgovernor of
Ohio he ordered the grounds to be kept
iu repair, nnd after it had Lecomo a wild
waste under a Democratic governor, the
much abused general, Governor Fornker.
when ho became the chief executive of
Ohio, continued the good work begun by
his Republican predecessor. It is pro
posed to again decorate these graves on
the 5th of Juue next, and Colonel Knauss
will have charge of the undertaking. In
view of this fact General ?lohn B. Gordon,
COinmnndll g camps of Confederate Vete?
rans, ha? issued a circular letter appeal?
ing to these and comrades generally to
contribute whatever they are able towards
repairing the grounds at Camp Chase,
and also appealing to the camps near
enough to do so to semi Rowers by express
to Columbus. These contributions, both
flowers aud money, should be sent by
June 1 to Colonel Win. H. Knauss, 31 1-2
North High street, Columbus, Ohio, nnd
for all money sent receipt will be given,
reports made and names of such generous
contributions to the Nishville Reunion.
This is a matter ttiut 'appeals directly tc
the hearts of all ex-Confederates ind It is
hoped the camps of this city and vicinity
will take the matter In hand at once nnd
aid theso noble men in their worthy un?
SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.
Bedford City, May 10, 1607.
Mr M. Haley, veterinary horseshoer,
Dear Sir: Our horses are doing splen?
didly since you worked on their teet. Wo
are more than pleased with the results.
Roanoke's "lovers of horse llesh" have
many reasons to he thankful for having
such an experienced ami efficient horse?
shoer in their midst. There aro many
here who would liko to have you work on
their horses since they see what you did
for ours aud if you should come down to
Bedford City again you will have to stay
much longer. Yours respectfully,
II. M. JOHNSTON.
S. L. JOHNSTON.
is pain in the nerves. It is thought by
some medical experts to be caused by
poverty of the blood, which condition,
lowers the tone of the nerves and
Unless the poisons and waste matte*
in the blood are filtered out of it oy the
kidneys into the urine, the blood will
carry disease instead of nourishment to
the nerves. Neuralgia, or pain in the
nerves is the danger signal or symptom
which nature uses to warn the victim
This condition can be
Adrian. Mich., Oct. 28th, 1?96.
A little while ago I drove into Adrian.
While there a little pamphlet was put iu
my buggy advertising Spnragus Kidney
Pills. I read it alt through and decided
to try them for neuralgia. I immediately
went to H. F. Wyatt dc Co. and bought
a box, and after trying a few doses the
pain left and I h ive not felt it since and
believe I am permanently cured.
Sparaps Kidney Pills.
BOBUS REMEDY CO.. PnornicTons. CmcAao.
Dr. Hobt.- Pills For Sale in ROA V.<;1< K. V A., by
VAN LEAK Ii KOS., Phuriauci?U, tJilem Ava
ami JclTorCon St.
The Uuiquo Crystalline Preserver is the
ce?ebrated cold process by which all
fruits nnd vegetables can be kept iu their
perfect natural condition just as they nro
when picked from the tree or vine, as the
case may he. Fruit cans not necessary.
Clocks or any vessel desired will substi?
tute. Sealing not essential. Everything
plain, practical, and economical. Can
use out of vessel ami not injure fruit.
Has been thoroughly tested. Keeeipt and
preparation furnished exclusively by me
or such agents as we may establish, En?
close fifty cents for postage, etc., and wo
will mail you a recelpe, and sample bot?
tle of fruit, and letter with full Instruc?
tions. VIRGINIA FRUIT CO .
Newport. Giles county, Va.
ROM E PROTECT ION.
We are still issuing our "Special dwell?
ing house" policy. Nothing like it ever
seen before in Fire Insurance circles. We
are daily giving bonds for all classes.
Corporate security is fast superseding
personal surety. Call on us for rates for
any kind of Insurance.
OHAS. LUNSFORD & SON, .
No. ICH Jefferson street.
-TO CLOTHING IUI YE KS: HIGHEST
-QUALITIES, PERFECT KITS, LOWEST
BROTHERHOOD MERCANTILE CO.
The cry of the people at home and
abroad is that Skillman's Corn,Wart and
Bunion Cures the most relibale remedy on
the market, as it never rails to cure. For
sale at Van Lear Bros, druggists, price If)
OK MlLMXKUY GOODS is llKYONl? AU. DESCRIPTION -?PUEI*?
TIKH, KICHKIl, KIN KI!, AND AT HALF WHAT OT11KK8 UHAKUK. <
VERY PLEASING STYLES.
0 0 QO is tin- extremely popular
00.3U lJrjca lU Wlilcli you'll find
tin1 Now Panamas (flower nnd lace
trimmed), the Rough and Philn
Straws and Fancy-mado Hats, nil
stylishly t vi in med to eriual the ?10
hats at other stores
Bonnets for mlddle-ngcd Indies.
Children's Huts, trimmed
beautifully, In all styles,
$2 25 and $3.
Specials in Untrimmed Hats.
We offer BOO hallos' and
children's Straw Hats, in
black and colors?reonlar 33c
Short Back Sailors, in the
latest shades of heliotrope,
green and red, usually ?Qo
and $1.;!'.?. S pe e ial
pricn tills week .
Fine Milan and Fancy Straw
WalklngvHats in all the
English effects, at.
7"> do/.en Women's, Misses'
and Chl'dren's Imported
Leghorn Flats, an extra
trood quality: worth 63o., at
We'Trim Hats Free of Charge i f You
'Buy Your Material of Us.
7"; dozen Imported Roses in
natural effects aud choice
colors, full, large cluster:-,
Wurth C'.tc. Hunch.
100 do/.en select quality of
natural effects in bluet, in
full clusters. Hunch.
Ten dozen Crushed Hoses, iu
till the leading colors, per
."id do/.en Chrysanthemums in
beautiful shades, large,full
clusters and natural effect,
worth &Uc. Bunch.
Full blown Hoses, with two
buds, foliage aud rubber
stems, will go per bunch at
Six large 'Daisies and six
Daisy Buds, with foliage
and rubber stems, this
week per bunch.
Six branches Lilacs, with
foliage: per bunch.
Six sprigs of l.illies-of-the
Cluster of Hoses, in all this
season's latest shades. Spe?
cial price this week.
Ten b,..\es of flue Forget-Me
Nots. In pink ami blue,
regular 50o bunches.
Children' Bonnets and Hats:
everything that Is pretty and de?
sirable will be found in this der
Children's Fine White
Lawn Caps with embroid?
ered canes and rlbbou
trimmings, no better sold
at 75c, only.
Children's Poke Bonnets, all
over embroidered, and
nicely made. Made to sell
at $1.25; our price this
Cliildren'8 Summer Caps,
patterns, made to sell at
Lawn Caps, with embroider?
ed capes and ribbon trim?
mings, worth 50c, at.
Fine Corded or Embroidered
Caps, worth 00c, q't.
Silk Pokes, lace edge.
Silk and Lawn Hats. at.
Children's lung and
short White Cash?
mere ami Silkftn . Ari
Coats, from.b?C tO S9
IN ALL SIXES.
Extraordinary Ribbon Sale.
A special line of the finest
striped Taffetas, Gauzes,
etc. Regular price of p c
which is 38c to 50c, at_ ZOC
Exquisite Fancy Ribbons. .
this season's latest pat,- j
terns, fittest silk, newest
designs. Regular 2ftc to
:18c goods, marked .
A large collection of exqui?
site Taffetta ribbons,
changeable and plain
effects, 5 inches wide, .-it
5-lnch wide Pure Silk Moire
Taffeta Ribbons, all the
new spring colors, real val?
ue 45c. This weeks's spe?
One lot Double Face Black
and White Ribbon, former?
ly 25c and 85c, nt.
Ono lot Fine Chaugenble Taf
feta Ribbon, 4 Inches wide,
in Spring shades, formerly
One lot Moire Taffeta Riblwm,
broken assortment of col- nn
ors,4-inch, formerly 85c, at 2l)C
500 yards Black Silk Belting, Q
regular price 21c, at. ?C
"?EN PALAIS ROYAL