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TBE TIE FOR
BUI THEM IS
WHEN YOU HAVE
THE FOB SEWIHB.
26 Salem. - - - 25 Campbell.
"GUARANTEED AS fi! VIR USED''
PERCHES, MADRAS, ETC.. ETC.
The newest effects in 4-4 Silver Star
Madras are to he had here lor l?e, per
Pine Cambric Percales, the very thing
for Shirt Waists, ami of the best quality,
12 l-2o ptr yard.
Silk Stripo Print Warp, lor warm
weather dres-es, iluinty styles, 10c per
Henley Cheviots, double warp, the
prettiest styles you ever saw, 12 l-2e per
Couldn't get them fast enough last sea?
son. Got them now, thcugh, hundreds
of them, all the newest and best idet?8.
Plaid Helta, covered buckle, 85c each.
Mililaire Belts, black, red, greeUj tan,
Belts, purse attached, in different
shades, 25c each, livery buckles.
NOVELTY DRESS MATERIALS.
And wo are selling them at a great rate,
true, we sell them at a moderate profit,
but it pnys.
Shepherd Cheeks are all the go just
now for shiits at. 25c per i yard (see
window display. I
Series, Mohairs, Milani/es, for suiting,
new shades, extra wb'th, 50c.
Every lady desires to have a silk waist:
we dou't blame you, for"w<'vo tbe pretty
silks in plaids for making same, for !)0e
per yard, worth $1.25.
Have you looV.nl at "our 75c plain
Taffeta Silks, new colorings and com?
WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES,
For every^enstomer, whether he or she
has little or much money to Invest.
White India idnen, from 5c to 50c per
White Check Muslins lrom 5c to 25c
While Hamburg Edges from 8c to
:(7 1 2c per yard.
White Nainsook Edges fron? f? 1- lc to
43c per yard.
Imported Swisses, Organdies, etc , etc.
LACE CURTAINS. SILKOLINE
Wo can make your rooms look prettier
with these stuffs. t
4.4 figured Drapery, Silkolino, some
of the prettiest combinations of 'colors
you ever saw at 12 l-2b per yard.
?1 I Plain Silkoline, to use two colors
as a drapery, 10c per yard.
2'.>-lnch Tinsel Draperies, for pillow
26 Salem Ave
25 Campbell Ave.
Mixed Bon Bono.
Cbocnlnt* in Cukes.
Factory prices. Out of town orders
NUGGETS OF GOLD.
Mr. L. Neiland, president cf the Elk
horn-Alaska Gold Mining and Develop?
ment Co., who la stopping at. the Ponce
de Beon Hotel, has a lot of gold nuggets
direct from Klondike, which ho takes
pleasure in showrnu. Call and see tnern.
The Crittenton board wore very much
pleased and appreciate highly the kind
and encouraging words and a donatiou
from tho teachers and young ladles of the
Y. W. C. A. of Virginia Collen?. We
hope to have their prayers in behalf of
the, work we have undertaken. We had
a very pleasant social prayer meeting
Monday at 4 p. m. anil were ulad to see
so many new faces. This Is the work of
all tee churches, so let each and all do
their part and much good will be accom?
plished tor tho Lord.
The price list of VanLear Bros, at the
right hand corner of the ilrst pane will
AT MELROSE SCHOOL.
Monday afternoon at Melroso school
there was a celebration of Washington's
birthday. The following is the pro?
gramme of the Franklin Literary Society:
"Character of Washington," by Park
Way: "Important Dates of Washington's
Life,'' by Davis Mayo; "February 2:2,"
by .lohn Boswell: "Poem." William
Lankford: "In 1732," Stafford Shumate;
'Whin Washington Was Wed." Clayton
Sparks. Debate ?Question, Resolved,
That. Washington was tho greatest Amer?
ican. Robert Shimate, affirmative:
Minor Miller and Jas. Carniichael, nega?
tive. Superintendent Bust was present
and made a short talk on the "Life of
DEATH OF A VIRGINIAN.
The Times, of Kansas City, Mo., con?
tained In its issue of February 14th, a
special from Gallatin, Mo. In regard to
ttie death by put SO 11 of Mr. Clus Left
wich. a prominent newspaper man of
tnat State, and a uentleman who was
connectedwith anil well known to many
persons in this city and section. His
mother was, prior to her marriage. Miss
Maria Warwick, a sister of the lato John
L. Warwick, ar d bis father was the late
Major Thomas Leftwich, a native of Bed?
ford county. He was acoueinof Mrs. /.
B. Moorman, of this city.
Genuine Brush Mountain Con'. The
bist substitute for Anthracite. $5 per ton.
J. H. WILKINSON & CO.
DEATH DP T. R. CLAY/TOR.
Thomas B. Claytor, who has bee., in ill
health for some time past, died at II
o'clock Sunday night at the home of his
mother at Lyuch's. He was about 38
years old. was single, and fcr a number
of years was a resident of Lynchbuig.
having been in the employ foi a gicater
part of the time of William King ifc Co.,
and White. Jennwrtis & Co. Mr. Clay
tor was compelled by sickness to give up
his position here In last November, and
I since than had been gradually slukinL'
The announcement of his death was re?
ceived with expressions o( deep sorrow.
He was held In high esteem bv all who
knew him, and was exceedingly popular.
A MATTER OF IMPORTANCE.
The members of the Jefferson Street
Baplitt Church are especially reut ested
ft. he present at the prayer meeting ser?
vice to-morrow night. A matter of
greit importance will at that time be
I attended to.
"There is no fake about it. The Elk
horn-Alaska Cold Mining and Develop?
ment Company v?il| do an honest,
straight-forward, legitimate business,
anil to this end its officers have pledged
their earnest efforts anil best skill, de?
siring only n. success in which all may
share. Call at th*- Ponce de Leo.i Hotel
and have a talk with Mr. L. Net land,
who is In the city in the interest of his
DEATH IN BOTETOURT.
O. W. Aminen yesterday received a
telegram announcing the death of his
aunt, Mrs. John Amu en. which occur
red yesterday at 2:30 o'clock at Brugh's
Mill, Botetourt oounty. The deceased
was about 70 years old and the cause of
death was cancer.
There will be> n homo protection mass
meeting at Greene-Memorial Methodist
Chnic1' friday night at 8 o'clock, a>.
which lime the following programme will
be rendered: Scripture reading, by Rev.
T. J. Shipman: prayer by Kfev. Chas. D.
Bulla. There will; be ten-minute ad?
dresses by the following ministers: Revs.
Carson, H?ge, K'mmel, Patton, Marsh
and Bice. Solo by Miss Coc::, of Nor?
folk; sextette by two young ladies and
four young men; scio by Mr. Kent; piano
solo by Miss Sr'he I ton; benediction by Rev.
Jenes. The public is Invited.
Onr Acme is the best domestic Coal on
1 the market. $-1 per ton. J. H. WILKIN?
SON & CO.
The lates*. character of fiction to which
Mr. S'uart Bobson has lent the flesh and
bloodism of his finished art, is said to be
one of t he best things he has ever done.
In his new play "Ttie Jncklins," he has
made a radical departure, joining that
eminent "coeterie" ol American actors
who have distinguished themselves by
presenting a uative character indigenous
of our home soil. Lern Jueklln, tbejeen
trai character of thfi play, "The Juck
linn," as portrayed by Mr. Robson, is a
lovable old chap who in his rural sim?
plicity has grown old easily and whose
mature yetrs have added materially to
his att raetivL-re-s. Ihis isa wide depart?
ure from the characters'usually essayed
by Mr. Robson, but it is said to offer him
an excellent foil and opportunity to dis
p'ay a distinct Individuality heretofore
unknown to his marry admirers. At the
Academy of Music March 2,
Breakfast 25 cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper, 25 cents. Meal tickets, $4. J
J. Catognl's restaurant
A COLONIAL CONCERT.
On Thursday oenimr Immediately af?
ter the meeting of Uniou League at
Greene-Memorial Church, the you?g la
dies of the Methodist Churches will give
n most unique and interesting entertain?
ment in the lecture roorr, which will be
decorated In national colors. Gen.
Georgo Washington will receive, costum?
ed after the fasliiou of ye olden time -In
velvet breeches, laces rare, courtly man?
ner and powdered hair. His beloved
Martha, also in colonial style, will as?
sist. Then. too. will bo the bravo and
gallant Lafayette, whose last visit to
America is s. ill much commented upon.
Thousands cheered his landing Thurs?
day uight he Bits in audience to all pa?
triotic citizens. And well worth n long
journey it will bo to behold the Illus?
trious Patrick Henry, who on this occa?
sion will deliver :n brief his famous
"Give me liberty or give mo death."
Captain .lohn Smith's guardian angel, in
her gorgeous war paint and feathers, will
with the permission of Powhatao, grace
this entertainment of the pale faces.
Lesides these there will be mauy other
characters of note?true types of colonial
days. Following the presentation of
visitors will come an excellent musical j
and literaly programme of corresponding
nature. The art exhibition will prove a
pleasant surprise, when it is remembered
that all pictures exhibited aro neitig
painted by some of our tuest popular
young ladies for this special occasion, nnd
that nickels and dimes will buy them.
But of all features, none nre more "inter?
esting than the finale?refreshments
gratis. Aclm'ssion 10 cents.
VALUE RECEIVED is what you get
when von buv Oysters and Lunches of
all kinds at THE STAU LUNCH
LOOM, 187 Salem avenue, J. L Green
Yesterday mornioii was a busy dav in
the po'lce court and it was almost 1
o'clock before court adjourned. fc'ahc
Hairston, colored, whose chicken stealng
propensities got the best of him, was
sent on await the grand jury. Two small
boys got in a "scrap" and each were lined
$2 which one of then paid and the other
didn't; The next citse tailed was ono
auaiust Dr. J. K. Bnland and John Law
sou, both colored, for fighting. Lawson's
interest were taken care of t>y A. J. Oli?
ver, coloreJ, antltl Dr. Holaud was re
repsented by I). W. Harth, a colored
school teacher. After hearing the testi?
mony of at least, a dozen witnesses the
Justice finally decided to lino both $15
but were afterwards granted a ne.w trial.
Uicycle Sundries at the Fishburn Co.
A DEATH IN BEDFORD.
Louis II. Powell, an old and highly re?
spected citizen of Bedford county, died
at the home af his sou-iu-law, J. P.
Wright, of Bedford county en Friday,
February 10. aged NT years. He win
burn in Franklin county where he re?
sided for some time aud was high vsheii'.T
of that county for a number of years.
His remtins were laid to rest In the old
family burial ground beside the remains
ot his wife who died several years ago.j^
Use a McFaddeu Exerciser?$2 up.
The Fishburn (Jo.
A GOOD POSITION.
1). S. Patterson, who was stenographer
in th" traffic department ot the Norfolk
and Western up to a few weeks aim, left
on the noon train yesterday for New
York. Mr. Patterson bus accepted the
position of private secretary to Amos
L. Hopkins, president ot the New York,
busqnebannaand Western railroad, and
his friends iu this city wish him every
Examine our Gl raid Bicycles; wide to
sell at $50?our price sfB? Each one guar?
anteed. The Fishburn Co.
GET UP AND HUSTLE.
That's what we are doing, selling
planus and organs like hot ekes. Our
prices and terms help us to (to it. No
notes to sign. Roanoke Music Company,
C. T. Jennings, Manager, 22 Salem a\c
Books and Stationery at. the Fishburn
B3HOOL-CHJ LDREN'S H A1 R
Cut by an artist. Priceieduced to 15c.
You can find me at 25 Salem avenue s.
w'., opposite Roseubaum's Dry Goods
Store. S. H. SCOTT.
Pure Sperm Oil, not the dry
don't gum?per bottle.
Lucca Olive Oil, pure and swee
Pure White Castile Soap (not <j
Allcock's Porous Plasters.10
Acme Headache Powders, 3do*es.10
Acme Corn Cure, guaranteed.25
Acme Cough Syrup, 3$ oz. bottle.25
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.38
Angostura Bitters, worth $1 .50
Atomizers, cut to 34o and.10
Acme Liniment. -3j ounce bottle.25
Acme Witchhazel Lotion,for the skin. .25
Bird Seen (buist's).07
Benson's Capcine Plasters.15
Belladonna Plasters, best.15
Bromo Kola, 10c size.OS
Bulb Syringes, two pipes.21
Borated Talcum Powder, sprinkler
Bath Brushes, 87c, 07o, 45c and.23
Box ot Writing Paper, 10c kind.04
Carter's Little Liver Pills.13
Compound Syrup Hypophosphit.es . . .75
Cheat Protectors cut to.BS
Ciitlcira Resolvent.70 and .37
Cutlenra Soap, cake.In
Chamberlain's Medicines.35 and .18
Chichester's Pennyroyal Pills.1.(50
Castoria cut to.21
Cocoa Wine, Vin Marianl.05
Colgate's Violet Water, 25c size.13
Cigarette Holders, 5c kind.01
Cloth Brushes, 07c, 45c, 23c and.00
Complexion Brushes, 08c and.07
Cigars, per box ot 50.60
Oamphorline, aellseverywhere for25c, ,18
Diamond Dyes, 7 cents, 3 for.20
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root.B5
Dr. Miles' Medicines, cut to 05c and. .lr>
Dry Goods ^tore Vaseline, full size. ,08
Dr. Hand's Medicines, tor children.. .18
Fragrant Antiseptic Dentifrice.25
Fountain Syringe, 2 qu.?rr, bisse, now. .:>?">
French Briar Pipes, gold mounted,
German Household Dyes.01
Hall's Catarrh Cure.50
Hue's Pain Cure.18
200- Fillifr 'JMione ?00
THE JUNIOR CELEBRATION.
Washington's birthday was variously
celebrated in the city yesterday, by the
closing of schools, ;baukf, postofflct,
courts ami some of the railroad ollices.
The celebration by the "Junior Order of
United American Mechanlcs'at tho Old
Opera House yesterday afternoon was a
most decided success. 'Ihe chorus which
rendered tho songs was a good one and
they did their part well. Excellent ad?
dresses were made by several promluent
citizens and the music of the Maudolin
Club was especially good. Last but by
no means the least enjoyable part of the
programme was Ihe duet rentieret by
Misses Craig and Tiplady. The follow?
ing is tho programme which was most
acceptably rendered'by all tho partici?
I. Prayer, by Rev. It it W. Klmmell.
2 Object ot the meeting, J. E. Boehm,
3. Leaf Prom History, aud song, "Star
Spangled lb nuer "
4. Address, by Mayor W. K. Andrews.
5. Selection, by Mandolin Club.
0. Oration, by G. W. Crumpecker,
, 7 Song, "America."
8. Address by B. Rust, Esq.
9. Selection by MandoMu Club.
10. Declamation, by Mos Robertson.
II. Address by Col. J, W Hartwell.
12. Duet, Miss Tiplady aud Miss Grain.
1?. Our Regiment's Departure.
14. Benediction by Lev. F. M. Marsh.
Cabinet an?9 Minaturo Picture Frames
at tho Fishburn Co.
FELL OFF HIS TRAIN.
The news reached this city yesterday
n ornitig of the death of E. \Y. Hutch
Ins, a freight orakeman on the Norlolk
and Western. Mr. Hntchins in some
manner fell olT the top of a freight train
at Lagerst own Junction on Monday and
the train passed orer ais body and cut
him in two pieces. He was well-known
in this city,being a son of Captain Walter
Hutch ins, a popular passenger conductor
on the Shenandoah Valley division.
The "Spaldlng" isthebest Wheel built.
The lMshtiurn Co . aceius.
LOCAL BILLS OF INTEREST.
Tho senate^ of Virginia on Monday
passeil a bill to amend and re-enact sec?
tion 064 of the Code of Virgiuia ia rela?
tion to redemption of delinquent lands,
approved February 28, 1800. Also the
bill to provide a charter for the Consoli?
dated Railway and Klectric Power Com?
pany, of Koanoke.
Read "Sttewsbury,"' by Wey man?The
LOOKS A LITTLE DIFFERENT.
Dr. R. (!. Gamble end son, R. H. Gam?
ble of Bryan Marr, Pa , are visiting
Judge^William Oordon Robertson and
other relatives in the city. Di. Gamble
has not been in here since I8?2,when Big
Lick stood where a part of Roanoke now
stands. The changes that have taken
place since then were a most agreeable
surprise to him.
School supplies at. the Fishburn Co.
A QUIET WEDDING.
At the Dutikard Tabernacle there was
a very quiet but pretty weddiug yester
day when Miss Rosa Bell Martin became
the bride of William Bender. The nup?
tial knot was tied by tho Rev M. F.
Marat of the Leo Street Methodist
Church, North, in his usual happy man
Lenten services in St. John's Church
during this week will be as follows: Ash
Wednesday 11 a. ni : 5:50 p. m., 20 min?
utes service. Thursday, Holy Communion
10:15 a. in.; 5:50 p. m , 20 u inutrs ser?
vice. Friday, 5:50 p rn., 20 minutes
set t lee.
?lust received to swell our already large
Steck of Rubber, Horn and Celluloid
Combs, NEW STYLES AND NEW
PRICES. We especially call your atten?
tion to "THE SAMPSON" Unbreakable
Comb. At 251 cents, formerly .elling tor
j READ CORN'S AD ? SEVENTH PAGE
I Joseph (John's Sons, of Lyncbburg,
? Va., tiave a large ad. Oil the seventh page
I of The Times, which will repay its peru?
sal. The citizens of Roanoke know this
I old and reliable firm
Lsh Prices !
(foods' store kind?our's
t?we bottle and guarantee
;reen) per pound. 2?C
Hood's Sarsaparilla only.62
Huir Brushes. 45c, 20c, 17c aud.07
Infants1 Brushes, 45c, 28c anil.19
Lot of 15c and 10c toilet soaps.05
Laxative Brorno Quinine is. 15
Mennen*8 Borated Talcum Powder.. .14
Miinyou's Medicines are.15
Nursing Bottle, with nipple, for.00
Nail Brushes, 25c. 10c, 12c and.10
Pbenol Sodique, largo.20
Paine's Celery Compound.TO
Powdered Borax, pure, per pound' .. .10
Pierce's Pellets cut to.18
Pierco's Favorite Prescription.05
Pinkham'a Vegetable Compound.05
Perfumery, triple extracts, per oz . .20
Pearl- of Violets, qnadruple, per oz. .40
Pipes. 50, 40 and 85c kinds cut to.25
Pure Vaseline, formerly 10c. now .. .05
Quinine Pills, 2 grains each, per do/.., .05
Quinine Pills, 2 grains each,per 100, .78
Simmons' Liver Regulator, dry, for.. .17
Slocum'a Colt's Foot Expectorant... .70
Blocnm's Lazy Liver Pills.18
Scott's Emulsion, large.10
Sareaper*)la, $1 size.r>0
S. s. s., large, $1.15; small cut to. . .60
Syrup of Figs, genuine.35
Sweet Maiden Soap, box :> cakes. . . .- .10
Shoe Brushes, $1.25, 87c, 07c and.21$
Shoe Sets, $1.25, 87c, 63c and.45
Shaving Brushes, 85c, 28c, 8c and.03
Swansdown Face Powder cut to.05
Talcum Pcwder, Sprinkler Top.05
Toilet paper, 1000 sheets, worth 15c . .07
Tooth Brushes, 25c, 17c, He and.04
Whisk Brooms, 25c, IS. ITc and.08
Williams' Barber's Snap. 0 cakes... ,;!0
H, C, BARNES
'He Puts Up Prescriptions,"
Oppe?slle Passenger In ;?>t.
TO CLEAR OUT
We propose to make things lively this week. We have
hand a good many suits, one and two of a kind, about twenty
five Overcoats, two and three of a kind, and some forty or fifty
pairs of Men's Trousers, different sizes and different kinds.
The cloth, cut, and workmanship are excellent as you will see,
and just as fresh, stylish and valuable as when first bought.
Every garment bears the price-mark in ''Plain Figures" at whiola
its fellows have been sold, but we are collecting out all irregu?
lar lots and odd pieces and shall offer them this week about
two-thirds the regular prices in each case. One part of tk*
stoic will be set off for these bargains, and our readers are in?
vited to see the exhibit. It may contain several things that
The best fitting, best made, most stylish and durable Over?
coats in America, are the kind that we handle. MATERIAL
is English, Kersey, Covert Cloth, Vicuna and Tripple Milled
Meltons. Trimings are the best obtainable anywhere, sleeve*
lined with Satin. Some are lined all through with the saua^
quality of silk that the reputable tailor puts in his $50 coats.
C( >LLARS are made of SILK VELVET. No better qualities
were ever pnf in Overcoats. The prices are $5 t'<>r the $7.50
quality; $7.50 for the $10.00 quality, $10.00 for the *t5.<lt>
quality, $15.50 for the $18.00 quality, $16.00 for the $20.06
quality, $24.00 for the $30.00 and $35.00 quality. Our $24
coats are as good as any reputable merchant tailor can produce
In Checks, Plaids, Black and Blue Cheviots, and Clay
Worsted, sizes are limited, each one is of the latest cut. Liu
ings, workmanship and lit second to none. Prices range like
this: $5.00, $0.00, $7.50, $8.00 and $10.00 for these ^broken
lots, livery one is a bargain.
The long man, the short man and the fat man can get fitted
here. These trousers come in Cheviots, Brown Mixtures,
Stripes and Black Clay Worsted. Prices range from $1.50 t,?
$4. Hvery pair must be sold as we need room for our Spring
N, g,?We have some spring bargains in Men's Heavy Un?
derwear and Fancy Bosom Shirts, ranging in price from ,'i7?
up for Shirts each and 39c up per garment for underwear.
E\At 11 ET ONE-PRICE
B v w I Bran Ban ? Clothier and Furnisher,
Campbell Avenue, and Jctl'orMou Ntreet.
FUN AT VIRGINIA COLLEGE.
Washington's birthday ?;:?< the occlu?
sion, of merry festivities at Vlrgiui:!. Gul?
len?. The holiday was spent in tvtger.
interesting preparations for a grand
colonin] hall at night. Wo vcnu.ro the
assertion that such an event in colonial
days was net anticipated with more In?
terne enthusiasm ihau tWs one was.
And it proved worthy of Mich interest.
The Itoanoke Machine Woraa He id fur?
nished such excellent music that teach?
ers and studens alike wer" allured into
the whirling vortex of the old Virginia
Reel ami other colonial dances. The hall
was opened by the entrauce id the patriot
lalLers accompanied by a gay bevy of
colonial danu s and damsels. The state?
ly dignity of the patriots, the womanly
elegance and grace of the ''anins and
damsels were evidently the inherited
birthright of these young people wLom
desiiny has brought upon |the threshold
Ol the twentieth century. The custom
ing was so good that it was no more fancy
but a genuine resemblance whie i identi?
fied the benign couutenanct of Washing?
ton himself, the classic features of JetTer
Bon aud uottd ether renuukubl*? resent
blHLces. Two prized were otl'ered for
the best characterization. The judges,
unable to decide among so many good
representations, left the resul;~to Dame
Fortune, and Misses Corione Hays and
Mela Linstedt drew the lucky straw,
thus wiuuiug the prizes. Refreshments
were served and everything went mcriy
as] a duz.z.llug^'renm^of fair '^weinen and
A MA N"\V n (rw E1GH S"J 1 ?2.
Joe'VY. tirimes, cf Cleveland, Ohio, a
traveling representuli ve'of.the Cleveland
Bicycle Company, Is in the city stopping
at the Pone? de I.eon. .Mr. Crimes is
without doubt the largest man who has
ever been in tin.- city as he weigh- 492
pounds. He is saldj to be an expert
wheelman and, notwithstanding bis
avoirdupois he tan ride as^fast as the
average whe eluian.
THE] FUN EH AI v (> F.. MR/ ?IA HOOD, g
5? i'be remains of the late 'Alexander B.
Mnhood who died last Sunday night were
taken to Petersburg last night on tho
11:3tI o'clock train. '1 hi funeral services
were held at his lave residence on Church
avenue yesterday afternoon at ? p. m.
aud a large number of friends attended.
The funeral cortege'wlll leave the Onion
depot at Peterslmrg'nt 8:510 this morning
for the cemetery.
On Thursday and Friday nights the D.
of H. I. O. O. V. will give an otster'snp*
oer in the old Tinders'Loan and Trust
Co. building i n Sab m avenue. The pro
ceeds will be added to the treasury of the
Odd.Fellows' monumental fuml. Tne
public is invited.
I.OST OR STOLEN.?A white tpx
terrier. Answers to*the name ol Daisy.
Reward will be paid for information had?
ing to its recovery. S. G. OAKEY, with
Oakey ,\ Woolwlne.
PROPOSALS FOR BREAKING MAC?
Sealed propossls for breaking in ua
dam in the Cedar Blnfl Quarry, for the
city of ROanoke. wilt bo received by \V,
K Ihotua*, clerk, until n?on of March 1,
J II. WING ATE,
Dr. It W. Fry and J. Randolph Bry.ta
left yesterday on the uooo train aud H.
M. Daruall left last night for Petersburg
to attend the thirtieth annual session of
tho grand lodge Knights of Pythias t>f
Virginia, which convened In that city last
night. The address of welcome was
made by Don. Charles F. Collier, m?y?r
of Petersburg. The headquarters of tha
grand lodge will nc at tho Hotel Imperial.
A banquet will be tendered the grand
lodge by tho Pythinns of Petersburg oa
this evening at which P. t!. C. Jose pa
E. Rockwell will be toastmaster. Tin*
toasts will be as follows: The Supretua
Lodge?"Diri^o." Respouse by Su
prente Representative D. C. Richardson.
The Grand Lodge?Under whose direc?
tion the subordinates llourish. Respouaa
by Grand Chancellor Si. L. Walton.
The Snbotdlnato Loilge?Always Heady
to Obey the Behests of Our Snpeiior?.
Rerponse by Grand Past Ciiaucellor
Charles T. Loehr. Our Dead?Taey
Have Crossed the River. Drank iu si?
lence. The Uniform Rnnk--Tho Beauty
nod Chivalry of the Order. Respouso by
Supreme Representative D. J. Turaer.
Tho Endowment Rank?The Stay of Oar
Widows and Orphans. Response by
Past Grand Chancellor H. M. Darnall.
Jnstis H. Rathbone, Our Founder ? "Ha
Budded Better Than He Knew." Re?
sponse by Grand Master at-Arms Charles
T. Bland. Our Order and Onr Country
? Pythlanism and Americanism tryuony
mous. Response by Past Grand Chan
cellor William E. O'urrett.
Hall's Catarrh Cure.54?
Carter's Little Liver Pills.lft
California Fig Syrup .35
Warner's Preparations .at)
Munyon's Remedies. 25c, now were. . .IS
Kilmer's Swamp Hoot was50c, now. .30
German Household Dyes, package... .0-?
Scott's Emulsion C. L. o. . . ,30c aud .7V
Dr Mlles'lRemedles, wereJ>l,*now... ,65
Hod's Snrsnpnrilla... .62
Pnine'sCelery Compound new.7tf
Simmons' Liver Regulator, dry.17
Simmons' Liver Regulator, liquid.., Mi
j Diamond Dyes, package.S7
I Piercc's Favorite Prescription.Iii
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery... .0?
LucKlcn's Arnica Salve.15
Piokham's Vegetable Compound.Gi
Lite's Pain Cure.It
Laxative Fig Syrup.25
Dr. Greene's Nertura .72
Warn polt's Emulsion .7?
Hcsford's Acid Phosphate.85
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.'J5
Perunn, ?! size..74
Brown - Jamaica Ginger 50c, tiow... .38
Bud well's KmnlMdn .15
King's '.\e\v Discovery.small.36"
King's New Discovery, trirtie.75
Johnson *X Johnson.
Cor. Jefferson street And Sah