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?ur first shipment of
was received yesterday. Wo
are now ready for you with all
the new shapes and colors.
D. M. TAYLOR,
Hatter ami l'uniiwlier.
112 Jefferson Street.
CHICAGO PRODUCE MARKET.
Ch.ie.ngo, Feb. 21.? The lending fu
tnres closed as follows:
May . .-?.2.->
Coming and Going.
Mrs. G. R. Henderson left Sunday noon
fur Washington to attend the congress of
the Daughters of the American Revolu?
tion, at which she will represent the
Margaret Lynn Lewis Chapter of this
Rev. P. B. Price, of Buchanan, was lu
Roanoke yotterday en run tu home from
Hedfonl City, where he attended their in?
stallation services of Dr. Hawe*.
J. s. Ashwortb, a Bristol attorney, is
in the city on legal business
R. G. Lampkin, the popular salesman
uf Hn'T, Andrews & Thomas, lett for a
I trip over the Shenandoah Valley yester
T. W. Hudson, of The Times, returned
on No. 4 yesterday from n trip to Had
1). II. Matson went to Lynchburg on a
business trip yesterday.
Jno. Dillard, of Rocky Mount, nrrived
in the city yesterday on the 1:20 p. in,
Rev. T. T. Fishburuo left yesterday on
a short trjp to Glenwllton.
T. Glen Munford, of Lynchburg, a for?
cier Roanoker. is visiting iriends tu the
Arthur Day left on the noon train yes?
terday on a trip tc Buenn Vista.J
Mrs. Joseph Scales, of Vewbern, Vu.,
is in the city stopping at the Ponce tie
George Hi Hill, wife anil child, are
visiting T. D. llubatt on South Jefferson
street. Mr. Hill is connect?.! with the
Bluelield Water Works and Improvement
11. A. Meacham and W. s. McClana
han returned to the city yesterday from
Lynchburg tfhere they have been attend?
ing the Y. M. C. A. convention.
Frank E. Ficklln, live stock ageut of
the Nor'olk and Western, left on No. 1
yesterday for Lycnbburg.
Mrs. M. A. Thomas is quite sick at bei
homo on Third avenue n. W.,
Superintendent L. K. Jchnson returned
to the city yesterday from a trip over
the western division of the road.
G. F. Butler, a well kuown figure
about the traffic department returned to
the city yesterday after spending Sunday
F. D. Meanly, freightagentjot the Nor?
folk and Western at Richmond, .is in
town on business.
David H. Sisler, foreman of car shops
at Altoona, Pa, is visiting his brother,
Geo. W. Sisler.
M. J. Colernan went to Nelson "county
on the noon traiu yesterday on leaal bus?
F. M. Evans, of Washington, who has
been in the city on business for the Smith
I'reinier,Typewriting Company, lett- ou
the early train for Radford this morn?
BUCKLEN'B ARNICA SALVE.
'1 he best salve in the world for Cuts,
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, j
Fever Son's, Tetter. Chapped Hands, }
Chilblains, Corns, and aP Skin Erup
tlons, and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give I
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 20 cents per box. For sale by
Some Business men \
That whenever it is nei
kind, the cheapest po
" answers the purpose,
On the same the
money by not having :
^ The Stone Printing
? Edward L. Stc
TO CELEBRATE THE DAY.
To-day is Washington's birthday, a
day set apart by the Government as a
national holiday, and iu will be duly cel?
ebrated in this city as well as over this
great broad land. All the schools, both
public and private, the banks and some
of the city oflicea will be closed in honor
of the "Father of His Country," at the
postoflice the usual Sunday hours will bo
ubserved and in the afternoon the Junior
Order of United American Mechanics
will hold a gland celebration. Ac 2
o'clock the celebratiou tvill commence
with a large parade in which many other
organi/.ations'will participate, after which
the exercises will be continued iu the old
Opera House. The following is the pro
granimo of the celebration at the Opera I
House which commences tu 2:30 o'clock.
I. Prayer, by Rev. W. C. Campbell,
2 Object ol the meeting, .1. E. Boehm,
3. Leaf from History, and .-ong, "Star
Spangled 15> utter " ,
4. Address, by Mayor W. K. Andrew a.
5. Selection, by Mandolin Club.
I). Oration, by U. W. Crumpecker,
7 Song, "America "
8. Address by Col. .1. W Hartwell.
!!. Selectiou by Mandoliu Club.
10. Declaration, by Mif.s Robertson.
II. Duet. Miss.Tiplady and Miss Craic.
12. Our Regiment's Departure.
Mrs. C. L. Thomasson will act as or?
Tlo fit- ^?/9 _ ,... j
SCHOOL BOOKS, 'tablets, Composi?
tion Books, Copy Books, etc., tit the
W. K. ANDREWS iSs CO., 219 Salem
avenue, have had years r>f experience in
the coal and wood business. They know
what is lequired iu the business. They
have the largest and most convenient
yard iu the city. They handle every va?
riety of coal sold in the city. They have
more shed room and keep more teams
than any other dialer in the city. They
have polite am' accommodating drivers,
and deliver piomptly coal and wood,
nice aud dry, from their extensive sheds.
Their teams are all belled.
cessary to use printing of any
ssible kind that can be had
" and saves them money,
ory they would save all the
my printing done at all.
and Mfg. Company,
I A MOTION TO DISSOLVE.
J. S. Ashwortb, the attorney of tho
Bristol ''land-grabbers" syndicate, is In
I tho city looking after the interests of his
clieuts in regard to the purchase of the
delinquent property of this place. After
a consultation with Mr. Ashworth and
the lawyers representing the interests of
our citi/.eiis, Judge Woods, of the hust?
ings court, set tho 14th of March as the
day upon which to hear argument on tue
motion to dissolve the injunctions which
j have been granted by Judire Woods. It.
is understood tbutjthe supremo court will
render a decision in the test case of B
S. Hrooke vs. M. W. Turner on the 10th
of March and as this decision will have
much weight in the matter the court
decided to wait until after the decision
POLICE COURT NEWS.
In tho police court yesterday morning
only one case was called tut that occu?
pied the attention of the court for almost
an hour. A white boy who was dis?
missed on Shturday got into a tight on
his way home and yesterday he wss fined
>'?"?. The case of Babe Hairston, colored,
who is changed with chicken stealing will
come :ip this morning as will also tho
case against. John Lawson, colored,* for
feloniously cutting Di. J. R. Bolsnd, a
colored phys'ctan. A warrant was Issued '
for Oliver Williams the little colored ooy
who stole a wi,tch from J. H. Franklin.
! Justice of the Peace Van Taliaferrc is
j still holding court in the absence of Jus?
A CELEBRATION AT AI LEGHANY.
Yesterday afternoon at Alleghany In?
stitute after the close of school there
was a celebration of Washington's birth?
day called a Washington Tea. 1m
I promptu speeches were made by each
1 member of the faculty on the life unit
j traits of Washington and also upon
? school loyalty. These addresses were in
terspersed with music, both vocal and iu
! Btiuuiental, which was highly enjoyed
j by the students and teachers ami after
I this part of the celebration was over those
i present were served with delightful re?
CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Take Laxative Brorao Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund money if it fails to
cure. 25c. The genuine has L. 11. on
I each tablet.
There is a [
Between the furniture we e
that is often bought on the m
Shoddy goods are dear at any
the best value for the least iuoi
arriving daily and we are priein
You would be surprised tt
you on bedroom suits. A car 1
in this week. wajt for them; i
funeral of miss wallace*.
The funeral services of Miss Salllo
Wallace were held Sunday afternoon at
;i:*J0 o'clock, from her late residence on
lioanoke street and were conducted by
Rev. T. K. Carson, ot Greene-Memorial
Methoaist Church, assisted by Rev. J. C.
Jones, pastor Trinity Church. After
the services at the house wen. conti noted
the remains werf laid to rest in the City
Cemetery. The following acted as pall?
bearers: T. J. Mitchell, W. F. Notting?
ham, C. A. Woolfoid, G P. Monroe, V.
B. Caldtvell and D. W. Meadows.
WAS GIVEN TWO YEARS.
B. C. Peters, a guard of the Statf pen?
itentiary, passed through the city yester?
day vn the noon train tor Richmond,
having Id charge a white man named
.lobn MctJratv who \vas convicted of "lar?
ceny In iiiles county and sentenced to
two years in the penitentiary.
A SAD MESSAGE.
Mrs. J. K. Anderson, of this city, re
ceived a telegram yesterday nioruiug an?
nouncing the death of her brother, Ed?
ward Tybath, of New Orleans, a few'days
On Improved Roauoke City Heal ?Kh
t?te at li per cent, interest, payable back
in monthly payments. Call on
Onlce. 110J Jefferson St., lioanoke, Va. ^
The Oakland Dairy
Fo" nil kinds of FIRST-CLASS DAI?
RY SUPPLIES. Wateh for the Two
Horse Bell Team. Bell 'phono, No. 800
B. Andy J. Hull,
1 151 General Manager.
ell and the Cheap John 1'Stuff'
rirket. And it costs no more,
price. We give our customers
tey. Our new spring goods are
g them lower than ever.
> see what prices we can make
oad of the latest designs will be
t will pay you.
<^E^^P Will promptly servo you
with Milk, Cream, Buttermilk, Ice
Cream and Sherbets of all flavors. Hell
RE ANON RRON..
12 10 ly Rlamigcr?.
RO. M. KENT, JR.r
Corner Salem ave. lad Jefferson street.
No. 5 Campbell avenue a w.
PROMPT PAYMENT OF LOSSES.
Should be wedded. A business that has no conscience in it is filled with fakes, frauds
and other abominations. We are striving to give our people the very best values obtain?
able. We give quality first place. We buy our goods for less than the usual market value
and we give our customers the benefit of the difference BECAUSE ITS RIGHT.
READ WHAT WE SAY in our ads. then compare our claims with our goods.
There's n world of corsets
made just t??-ell not to wear.
Yon get little service, no com
fori and much annoyance. It's
important thai your corset is
purchased from a house of un?
1'. I). (Corsets are made in
Erance, we have 111 < *111. and
there's luxury in them, $1.50,
??2. ?2.50 and
i*. 1). Empire ('orsets. Em?
pires are very short, you know;
once worn, al! others art- dis?
Dr. Warners New "No. 67"
Empire Corset: all Warners
have "Coraline" in them, and
that dou't break, * 1.
Dr. Warner's Celebrated
"Health" Corset; health means
wealth, $ 1.25.
Dr. Warner's Eclipse Nurs?
ing Corset, i1 costs but si.
C-B Corsets, it! you haven't
tried C-B you should?there's
a good r??un?l dollar's worth of
weai" in them, leaving <>ut the
other features of goodness?all
for 75 cents. White. Drab and
"Majestic" Corsets. Queens
mighl wear them with im
punity, perfectly modeled,
I white" drab, black, 5()c.
Every woman in i he land ,
can inhabit one of these. !
Strong, durable, perfect fitting.
; Made in whire, drab and ecrue I
equal in every way t<> 90 perl
cent, of the 50c corsets, 39c.
WHKE GOODS. j
The besl time to buy White
Goods is when they are sold,
, cheapest and when you have
time foi sewing. The month i
of February supplies the eon-'
i dition and the season.
.lust put on sale, one case
: white cheeked 1 >imity in the
small corded checks, You'd !
hardly ex peel such quality for
less t han 10c, but they are
I going for <? j c.
Another case finesl Long
( llotll has just 1 >eeu opened ami 1
; will be distributed this week
for $ l.37Ac a piece of 1*-'
'I hirty pieces White Striped
Dimity will go this week for
8c, regularly LOc.
Another special is ;t fine
English Nainsook, put up in
L 2-yard lengths, 36 inches
wide; at $1.35, the established
value is si. 50.
White < b'gandie, 67 inches
wide, specially desirable for
rutlled curtains, worth 25c we
cut off the 5 and make it 20c.
Three strong values in fine
India Linens we want you to
see them, I2^c, 15c, 17c
We have another box of 40
inch Curtain Swisses in dots
and figures, 10c.
A case of excellent Lonsdale
Cambric, full yard wide, at 8c
a yard. Get some of this.
Nainsook Checks, the same
excellent quality that we sold
last season, for 12?c, now 10c.
In buying W ash Goods the
main thing is to get goods that
We try tO do this, get left
sometimes though. As a rule
our wash ?jroods will wash.
We tire showing a fine
Zephyr Gingham in the new
plaids?block plaidsand Scotch
plaids at l2Ac.
The rarest of the 1898
English Percales are here,
abundance of them, I2ic
Case Spring Styles Outings
in perfect short lengths, 5c,
The new Arabesque Prints
for spring are choice, highest
class prints, 5c.
"Paint things red" about
your home?get your wrappers
of our lovely Turkey Lied
prints, we have the choicest
This week a big lot of Per?
cale Remnants, 1 yaid and up?
wards, a 10c (doth. 5c a yard.
A great show of \ew Rib?
bons, just the latest ideas, and
the very choicest of them.
There's danger of you pay?
ing too much for Ribbons if
you don't gel them here.
The new "Bayadire" Plaid
Taffetas, .". inch, 19c.
Shepherd's Plaid Tie and
Bell Ribbons to match, the
latest idea, LOc .and 15c
Beautiful Plaid Taffetas,
with cords of satin, .'..Cinch,
The "Bird's-eye" Brocades,
3.1 -inch, 19c.
Exquisite "Bayadire" Taf
f< tas. 5-inch, 50c.
Fine Taffetas, with grad?
uated Satine Stripes, 5-inch, -12c.
A pretty ribbon Taffeta,
with Satin Stripes, interrupted
by naughty little dots, 3$-inch,
Plaid and Striped Ribbons
for Sashes, 7 to '.? inches. $1.
This cut means that we
want you to bear in mind that
we sell Trunks.
If you are going to buy a
trunk why not buy it here.
We have more trunks than all
otl ler local dealers combined.
We sell them for decidedly less
money, .and that's no joke.
We deliver them .and have
them put in your room free.
We print your name in plain,
unmistakable letters on the
trunk free, everything's free
but the trunk.
They range from $1.68 for
a pretty good sort of a trunk,
up to $13 for the most royal
sort. That means about $2.25
up to $ls among the other
AND BAGS?well, when
it conies to the price, we beat
the man that made 'em.
A right fair Pag for 33c?
something decidedly better for
75c to ^ L. 50. Then again at
about $2 to $4 you get some?
thing capital?when you reach
those that range $li to $10
apiece they are simply out of
sight. Come and see. the.