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JURGENS' First 1910
END OF THE MONTH SALE. o^lrS^wth^118 P e y?Ur deSireS ^ SUrprise ^ur pocketbook. Cut this ad. Before going further we ask you particularly to notice the Sheraton Furniture in our windows when passing-the Dmmg-Room Stute is in solid Mahogany and costs but little. The purchaser of such furniture as this shows the highest appreciation of the furniture makers' art and at the same time buys such furniture as will give the best service and be in style for the next couple of genera tions?look at it when you pass by. Sixth Floor Bargains (Buyors going to mlll.) Very irandaornc Hand Tufted Three-Plece Full Engllsh Leathcr Library Kult, all overstuffod, extra hlgh back with blacult tufted head pieecs nnd goft aprlng upholatered arms, conclHtlng of settce 60 IncheK long, back -12 Inches hlgh, extra large rock rr, with Harrlngton aprlngs, and large receptlon chalr: worth $20D.on, find of month aale price $120.70. Gcnulne $1.25 Goat Hidcs, end of month sale prlco ?J0c. Extra Large Mlsslon Settce, vo Inches long. with armchalr to match, both iiriholytercd with Spanlsh qtrratalj worth $30.00, end of month sale price $10.50. Imltatlon Lcather Sleepy Ifollow Chatrs, regular prlco $16.00. end of month :,ale price SO.OHj rocker to match, 25c more. Very Large. Comfortablo nockers, upholstered in gcnufne leathcr, heavy, solid framcs, ntralgbt llne effect and large arms, tlnished mahogany; chcap cnongh at the rcgular price, $14.25; como quick and get one at sm.-m. Genulne Beat Grade Leathcr Couch. gcnuinc mahogany O. G. fram<>, claw feet, .?even rows tufta and eeparate head. upholstcred with plllow nprlnga; regular price $63.50, end of month sale prIr.eS30.43. All Cloth Covered CoucheB 25 per cent. off. Best Quality Chase Lcather Couch, upcclally Btrong constructlon, nlne rows dlamond tuft.s: reg ular pricc $2.'!.00, end of month palc price *i 1.98. Flve Vclour CouchoM, plain uphoisterlng; rcg? ular price $9.00. end of month sale pricc *2.0S. Solid Oak Library Table, one drawer, 30x60 Inch top. equa.ro Iog?: regular price $11.00, end of month ?ale price *tJ.Ov?. MlEslon or Arts and Crafts Library* Table. top 42x24 Inches, one drawer, extra heavy legs; cheap at regular price, $7.00; end of month sale pricc, M.OT. Fine FIve-Plecc Parlor Sult, upholstered ln green silk plush. frame ln very plain and raasslve. in mahogany flnlnh; regular price $52.00, end of month sale price ?30.30. Extra Large Five-Piece Parlor Suit, upholstered ln tapeatry (sllghtly soiled): regular price $65.0); an $35.00 value, end of month sale price 930.93. Three-PIecc Parlor Suit, upholstered In green verona velour, frame ls very nlccly flnlshed; doesn't look ns if somebody had thrown sand on the varnlsh whlle It was wet: regular prlce $16.00, end of month sale prlce $0.08. Very Klne Hand Carved Solld Mahogany Daven port or Kettee (an exact copy of an old master plece), the very best quallty workmanship In both fram" and upholstery, ready for cover; regular prlce $85.00, end of month sale price $40.00. Two Carved Back Upholstered Gllt Chalrs, reg? ular prlce $9.00, end of month sale prlce 52.0scholce. Fourth Floor Bargains Fine Quallty Quartered Oak Pedestal: a ratchet and sprinR makes the Inslde of the pedestal come out through tho top. It has a capaeity for two quarts of llquor and a drawcr contalnlng nlno wine glav.-scs. Xobody on earth would thlnk for a mlnute that lt was a booze cablnet; regular prlce $17.50, end of month sale prlce $8,88. Swlngfng Cheval Mlrror, on swlvel base of very line golden quartered oak, fine oak back; regular price $37.50, end of month sale.price 923.23. Threc-Plece Royal Quartered Oak Chamber Suit (bed, bureati and washstand). roll foothoard, small rolls on bureau and bed: a splcndld set for $22.00, end of month sale prlce $12.08. Only a few of these. Large. Handsome Golden Quartered Oak Cham? ber Set, three pleces, heavy, masslve rolls on bed, bureau and washstand; bureau glass 28x34 lnches, washstand glass 16x26 lnches. Itemembcr this suit is of thc very best make and is large and roomy in all lts dimcnslons; r<-gular price $103.00, end ot month sale orice ?<(0.d0. Extra I>argc Costumer or Clothes Pole, 6 feet 5 lnches hlgh; part Is two lnches thlck; has 43 prong heads and three single prong heads; regular prlce $6.75, end of month sale price $3.30. To get rid of five Chiffonnier Mirrors we're go Ing to put them on any Chiffonnier we have with out extra charge; they're worth ?3.r5. Solld Oak Bureau. serpentlnc top drawers, 12x20 incli mlrror; worth $12.00, end of month sale prlre 85.05. Solld Quartered Oak Chiffonnier, 32 lnches wide and 22 inches deep; six drawers; mlrror 1Sx22 inches; very best manufacturo: regular price $45!oV end of month sale price 925.00. Fln<- Quartered Oak Sldeboard, four feet wide, 72 inches hlgh, 24 Inches deep; has claw feet and nice large columns supporting shelf: mlrror 36x18 inches: regular prlce $43.00, end of month sale prlce $27.72. Solld Oak sldeboard*. regular price $14.50, end of month sale prlce $7.0S. Fine Quartered Oak Round End China Case, hest quallty, 40 Inches wide, 70 Inches hlgh, with mlrrors over two top shelves; regular price $56.00, end of month sale prlce $30.80. Vf-ry Ileavy Masslve Six-Foot Pedestal Exten slon Table, large carved claw feet; regular prlce $32.00, and of month sale price $10.00. ?Six Very Fihe Large Quartered Oak Cane Box Seat Chairs; regular price $5.25 each, all six aro yours for $10.08, the end of month sale price; $1.00 each oxtra for best leather seats. Klx Box-Seat Dining Chairs. upholstered In gcnulno leather; regular prlce $3.25 each. all six youis for $O.OS. Six Solld Wood (Box) Seat Dlning Chairs. reg? ular prlce $3.75 each, all six yours for $14.08. Six Quartered Oak Box-Seat Chairs, regular prlce $3.25 each, end of month salo prlco 812.00 for all six. Third Floor Bargains Six Lirge, Handsome Solld Walnut Chamber Sets, roll footboards. handsome figured beryl ve neers. double serpentinc fronts. 2Sx34 mlrrors In dressers, 22x20 mlrrors in washstands, handsome hand carvlngs; regular prlce $140.00, end of month sale prlce $SO.SO. Solld Mahogany Plllar Round Top (33 inches in diamcter) Table, an exact reproduction of ono owned by Thon.as Jefferson: regular prlce $25.00, end ot month sale prlce $18.81. Blrd's-cyo Maple Double Top and Bevel Front Drcsser. with oval mlrror. 24x30 inchef; regular price $45.00, end of month sale prlce $19.08. Another Beautlful Bird's-eye Maple Dresser, double serpentine front and 20x36-lnch cheval glass, two rlbbon drawers on elther slde of mlrror; regular price $45.00, end of month sale prlce $19.S9. We have a Mahogany Bureau (mlrror ls 30x40 inches), a Chiffonnier (mlrror is 20x26 inches) and a Ladies' Dresser (mlrror 20x30 inches), in very plaln colonlal style, the very best Grand Rapids make; they foot up $250.00; lf you'll take all three we'll let you have them for 9160.12. "Wo unhesl tatingly say to the young man buylng a brldal set that thls Ia a chance of a llfctlme. We want even the young men to slt up and take notlce of our ads. We have three Dlning-rtoom pieces In mahog? any, also very finest Grand Rapids make. The Sidcboard Is 72 inches wide, with 20x54-lnch mlr ror: has three top drawer*, extra large llnen drawer, with glaas knobs. Thc China Case is 56 Inches hlgh and 45 Inches wide, with two mirrora In back and large drawer ln bottom. Servfng Table ls 22 Inches wlde. Thls eult wlll appeal to the most artlstlo and fastldlous tastc In Its simple elegance, as oxempllfled In hlgh nrt furniture. j Thc three pleces foot up $298.50; the end of the j month sale pricc ls $180.77. Very Fine Solid Mahogany Curlo or Incloscd Parlor Cablnet, with top slielf; bevel shaped front glaas and double O. O. shaped slde glasses. with glass shelf; mlrror ln back of casc, 30x26 Inchca; mirror under ahelf, 12x26 inches. Thls beautiful cablnet sells for $50.)0, end of month sale pricc $30.03. .lust as a teaser! The swell Northcrn and East ern trade is buylng nothlng clsc but beds of wood, prcfcrably thc four-posters. Now, to get you to look at them we will offer you a four-post bed, a stralght llne bureau (mirror 2Sx34), a chlffonnl'nr (mirror 18x24), all of solid mahogany, no veneers used in constructlon, has a separatc Interllning between the drawers and wood knobs. Mlnd you these are of thc very hlghost grade of manufac ture, just such goods as wo wlah we could sell all thc time. Thc regular price, astonlahlng as It may seem to you, ls only $13fi.00, but as a teaser you gret all three pleces for $OO.OI>. Second Floor Bargains OlTt C.VRPET DEPAUTMBNT . A great many people have told us lately that we had the blggest assortment of Druggets, P.ugs, Carpets and Linoleuma they'd ever seen. The truth ls we've got too many. so here goes: $75.00 room size Druggets.$49.50 $50.00 room size Druggets.$33.33 $27.00 room size Druggets. .'. .. .$19.99 And what do you think of a 9x12 Tapestry Drugget for $7,081 Four patterns of Tapestry, Hall, Stair, Dining or Bcdroom Carpets at $40c per yard. Collapslblo Rattan Go-Carts, regular prlce $6.00, end of month salo price $2.08. Green and Brown Perambulators, solld brass trlmmings, end of monthsale price $22.00. Balcony Bargains | Two-Inch Continiious Post Vernis-Martln Beds, I wltli T4-lnoh llllers in head and foot; regular prlce $35.00. end of month sale prlce $24.07. Theso are very masslve, but the deslgns are slmplo and ele gant, and the finlsh on the white brass beds -will wear forevcr. (Tlils prlce also includcs $6.00 sprlngs.) : All $3.50, $3.75. and. $4.0.1 Medicine Cablnets,' in white enamel, oak and mahogany ilntshes, $2.08. 20 per cent. ort on all Pedestals (prices run from $4.00 to $25.00). Regular $1.50 Biacking Stands or Cases, 08e. One-thlrd off on all Plctures. First Floor Bargains Solld Brass (dull flplsh) 8%-Base Candlestlcks. with vase shaped ground glass light protectors; regular prlce $2.25, end of month salo price $1.30. Solld Beaten Brass Jardlnlers, 12-Inch opening and 10 inches hlgh; regular price $5.25, end of month sale prlce $2.08. Solld Beaten Brass Jardlnlers, set on three legs 15-lnch opening, 12 Inches hlgh; regular price $0.00, end of month sale prlce $3.08. 25 per cent. off on all Drop LIghts, Elcctriliers and Dlnner Gongs. Solld Braa/t Costumers. onc-lnch port. six feet hlgh, three oxtended legs and six hooks; end ot month sale prlce $2.08- they're really worth $6.00. We have the flnest Bolster Rolls you over saw. They're covcred ln blue. green, pink and ycllow. The ends are of wood; they are open all tiie way across. maklng it easy to put the pillows in; end of month sale prlce $1.12%. Basement Bargains We have Innumerable bargains ln Iron Beds. Cots, Stoves. Kltchen Cablnets, etc, which unfor tunately wc haven't Ume to mentlon here CHAS. G. JURGENS' SON,Rightinthe^&*&n*?Distri* *Wm4^MW^J>5atU'M.W.lB.TB SEKTENCE PIISKRS LEAVE Shcriff Shipp and Fellow-Offend ers Are Once More at Liberty. AFFECTED AT PARTING1 (Entcrtaincd During Day in-' Washing-ton, They Depart for Homes in Tennessee. Washlngton. January 29.?Sherlff Joseph I-\ Shipp. Nick Xolan and Luther Williams, tho three men who were sentenced to nln'ety days ln jall for contempt of the Suprenie Court of I thn United States for their conncction ! with thc lynching of the riegro John- '? sqri in Chattauooga in 1900, finlshed tiieir sentences and were released thls mornlng at 8:07 o'clock. Altliough th0 ising A. o ? ? The purpose of this agency is to plan, prepare and place advertising in Newspapers, Magazines, Farm Papers etc, throughout the country. It main tains Copy Writing, Illustrating, Space Buying and Checking Departments of the highest efficiency, and can quote the lowest rates on all publications, and give the best service to advertisers. 'y o<? =<=> Say." men could havo left the jall any tlme after mldnlght, they declded to walt untll morntng, when friends were to call for them with automobiles and entertaln them during; the day. Shlpp, the old Confederatc veteran, with a worn mllltary cape thrown over his shoulders. stepped out into the raw mornlng alr as tho prlson door swung open. The old man's face was j ruddv. He took ln a long breath, and i as hc turned to the deputy warden j there was a break ln the old soldier's j volce when he grasped the keeper's I hand and said: "We were both soldlers. | Tou were here the flrst to receive me when I came, and here you are the last to say good-by. I have had pleasant tlme here, but when T come again I hope lt will be under more favorable clrcumstances." Afrected at Partlng. The sherlff was plalnly alfected at tho partlng. As the keepers. one by one. came out into the yard and stood ln the soft snow Shipp walked along to each and said good-by. Xolan and Williams had remaincd behind a moment to get their sult cases. blit followcd the sherlff out to thc waltlng automobiles shortly after. Just as they were rcady to start thc sherlff remombercd that he had left hls smoklng jacket up lr> the littlc top floor room where the three mon had spent thclr conftnement. A keeper got It. and thc old man tucked lt undcr his cape and was ready to go. The three men turned and took a last look at the walls of the jail as the auto mobiles whizzed away. Olbson. Mayes and Padgett. the three men who were sentenced to gixty days, oarned commutation for good beha vlor and were discharged a few weeks ago. Thc sherlff, with Xolan and Wil? liams, also earned commuation amount lng to about fifteen days. All the men were model prisoners. Xolan and Wil? liams were entertained to-day by members of a fraternal order to which they belong, and Sherlff Shlpp was en? tertained by a friend. The men left at 10 ? clock to-night for Chattanooga. COUKT IS POSTPOXED. Prcvalenee of Smallpox I.enda Bar Ab noclatloii to Tnke Actlon. -Speclal to The Times-Dlspatch.] "ttlnston-Salem, X. C, January 29 ? A telegram was to-day sent to Jud'ge Long of Statesville. by the local Bar Assoclatlon, advislng (iim that. owlng to the prevalenco of smallpox in thi* and adjoinlng counties. no court will be held here next week. This was to Have been a srimlnal term, whloh novec. fails to. attract large crowds. es peoially members of the colored race. There are three capital cases on the calendar, tli0 defcndants belng colored Judge Long will comc here and accept bonds for renewal, etc, but no cases will be tried. Jurymen dtaun for this term were notidcd to-dav that their servlces would not be nee'ded. GXR.OLM13NT AT A. A\D M. Bcgl?trnlloii neaclics 5S0, Illghcnt ln HlHlory t>r College. [Special to The TImes-Dlspatch.l Hnletgh. N. C, January 1'9.?The cnrol mcnt or thc Xorth Carollna College of \.rrl cultun- and Mcchanlo Arts hau now rcached 530, elghty new students having been regl? tered since the new year. This record hrcaking rogtatratlon has been mado posst ble by the eompletlon of tho new dormltorj. Another gratlfylng t'cature of the enrol iv.ont for this year is that there |s ? a guln 3f 51 per cent. in the number of agrlcul. ttirnl students. There aor 1'orty-three youtlg farmers at ;ho college for the nlx weeks' short wlntor coursn in agrlculture, this having been in irogrcsa for two weeks. In additlon t.j a? -lculturc these students have taken lecturos 'or two weoks on rond-bulldlng. Tho flrst iveek IS. L. Spoon, State ongincer for thn reolosieal survey, lectured on this subjict. ind this past week D. II. Wlndslow, of thn Jnitcd Sl.-ites Bureau of Good Uoads, gavo i course of lectures. Karnicrs Pleused 'With Prices. [Spbolal t.vThe Tlmoa-Plspateh. | Chasc Clty, Va., Januarv .'3.?This tobacco liai'kot has b.-en on a steady increaso slnco its opening on January 4. Qunntltica and irices are larger than they wero lieforo tho lolldays. The farmera are much picaseu iVttli tho resiil.ts of their sclllng on tlils market. lt is estlmatid that more than :,OC,0,000 poun.lj wlli. bc marlfotecl. Home to iacc6 hns sold as hlgh aa 515, and much ivci-agc-s as hish as $^0. DUAFNESH CLUTjOIUNG mji.sox. Uows rtccelyed Inipiilring llenring of ,i,0 I.lirhtivi'lghl Clianiplou I'ightpr. Momphls. Tertn., January :'!).?noufn??? ni.sed, it ls said. by the blows received in nany of hls ligl.ts. covering a perlod of noro than ten years, may cauao the retlie nent of Hallllng Nelson. tho chaninlo'ti iBhVWOlght, The durablo Dano c ooa P,l0 . hlnk so. bul llght lollowers who watohod iim tralii here for two weel<3 for hla bout < ,-lth I.ntig iir.Ul that oplnlon. I Nelson takeB tlio matter Hc* tu- tii.t l rltloit who have eonvcraea ivlth 1, I" in al 1 our thCl's'ouKnd"or8 th"1'"' U,?l "? ?W0t icui tlio aound ol the gong plalnlv anil A hat should an opponanl VVhlm wth a ? T low that the pane would beVrlou.l? V handlcappcd in future bouts by not knowlnt when to rise. It also 'a argued that Instruc tlona from the referec are loat on thu dam aged ear, increaalng the chances ot disquall fication from the third man in the rLng. Neiaon elaimB that any apparent Increas. In ueafness waa due to the pcculfar cllmat. in thia section of the South at this tlmc of year. which phyaiclans say wlil aggra vate ear ailments or catarrhai aiYectiona o any kind. Nelson inslsts that he wlll take on Fredd' Welch or any of the lightweghtB who wli make the weight after his meeting witl Ad Wolgast on February ;:'. Bat also atlck' to his determ'ination to fight future battlei on natlonal holldayg |f posslble. THKEE PHTLUES SIGN. Klltj- Bransfleld and Southpawa Scanlon aui RachJIn Joln Quakcr Fold. Phlladclphia. Pa.. January ;$.?Three more members of tne Phlllles slgned contracts tc play next season. They were Flrat Basemar Kttty BransHeld and Pltchers Scanlon and Rachlln. both of whom aro lefthanders Prealdent Fogel declared there was no trutli ln tho report that ho had oltercd McQuillan a new contraet after tho blg pltcher had slgned for next season. "McQuillan aigned for J9!0 laat Decembcr." explained Mr. Fosel. "and wo had no reason to tender him one of the new form contracts since then." i iinillilotiN Xb< Kuvornblc. [Special to The Times-Dispatch. J South Boston. \'a.. Januarv 29 ?Ow ing to tho harshne.ss of th"c weather during a large portlon of the month sales of tobacco have not been so lar^e as they would have been had condi? tions been favorable for handling \ good many lots of fancy wrappers have ranged from $45 to $55 \11 sellers have been well plensed; tiiis was especlally true of the week iu*t closing. when .the general trend was tipwards. Sold during January, 1,902,530 pounds Amount paid, $224?S25.95. Average! (iullck?C'oleninu. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.1 Slgnplne, Va., Jamiai? 29_\t ule homo of the brlde, The Island", on Vork Rlver. on Wedncsday ,'last, a protty marrlage ceremony was perfonrud bv Itev. J. B. Kgfrleston, of West Post ivhen Miss Maudo Arrcndall Coloman became thc brlde ol James W. Gullck There were no nttendants. Iliglifht l'rlccs for Tobacco. [Special to Tho Tlmos-Dlhpatch.l Appomattox. Va.. January 29.?Thls week las been the best week of tho season for he Appomuttox Vtarohousc. In (he last hree dnya over Su.OOO pounds of tobauoo has ioeri aolil Tho pilefta havo been good, rani: ng from 55 for htgs to sm for lrK, h(,st, 3ne farmor sold 1.5W) nounds for jn round. \nolhor gmallcr lot was sold for $io round. CHEAP POWER one of tho blggest Items yn nianu auturiug ls power. und when you iret hia cheap you havo a Mfs |te^ whjeh rjvoa vou au advantase over your oiupetltors, Manufaclurers ln and ?? informatlon or rulvlco, <.aii tiK, ??luiu Kallway and Powor n ,?I . ,ad,ao? 3400, Light and ?Pow07r>." (irtmcut. OPPOSE SLEMP Convention to Be Held March i to Nominate Candidate. [Special to The Tlmes-Dlspatch.] Brlstol, Va., January 29?The actlon of the Democratic Executiv0 Commit? tee of the Nlnth Virginla Dlstrict, in calllng a convention to be held here March 1. has aroused interest among the Republicans, and It la understood that a conference ls soon to be held, looking to such organizatlon as may be nccessary to offset any actlvlty on the part of the Democrats. it goea wlthout saylng thut whoever may be nominated by the Democrats, ln the convention of March 1. the nominee of that party wlll bc pltted agalnst Representattve C. B. Slemp, who wlll in all probublllty bo renomlnated wlthout opposition. And it ls certaln that Mr. Slemp wlll follow hls usual custom of a iively campaign, Tho Democrats appear as yet not to bo iiecided as to who wlll be their nominee. llon. R. Tate Irvlne, of BIg Stone Gap, has becu promlnently men tloned, but he ls not a candidate, and has said that on account of hls ex- | tensive business lnterests, Including his coal operations ln Wlae county, he will not be ln a posltlon to accept tha nominatioti. Ilowever. ho oxpresses conlldence in the outcome, and de clares that in hla oplnlon tho Demo? crats wlll be able to nominate a wln nor. Jtobert P, Bruce, of Wlse; Robort ti. Peters. and Judge John W. Price, of Brlstol, aro regarded as strong men, and their names are belng- mentlonod ln connection with thc Democratic nominatlon. Another popular Demo crat who mlght bo nominated Is Pro Cessor W. p; Smith, supcrintendent of schools of Scott county, and nt one t'mo chairman of tho Democratic Ex-i eoutlve Coinmlttoo in the district. For mer Coiisrressman W, F. Tthen, now a membor of the State Corporation Com- | mlssion, would be ln general demniid J if u wore folt lhat he would at all conslder rosijrnlng from his present posltlon to, ma.kc tho race. ' The Democrats of t)i<i-_entlre State aro intereh.tcd lir tli6''Qonilng contesjt In this dlstrk'f,. for tho feasqn that It la tho .only 'tlstiiot ln the State that sends a Republlcarj r/c-presenatha to Congress. "?> '" Tjvo, Siuall Fullurta in-tfiynrltburg. '[ijfpeclal to Tlio Tnnos-Dlspatch. | -. I.y'nc'liburg, V'nii January 29.?Two small t'ailuvea occtirreil hero to-day, one of t.'iom belng Joaeph Thomas. u Syrian friill dealor, near tlio Unlon Statliiii. hls ussets bolng $100, with llabilltles the same, and tlio otlier, Juscpli Jjovett, a small elothlor, liuvluu iibsets ni' $H00, with llalillltios amount Ing to $2,oU0. 'I'heso mukci llvo small fnlluros hero thls wool;, the llabilltles of all nggicgaUng about $ii,000. ash Does It! You save from 25 to 33 lA per cent. by trading at our two stores. No order too large?none too small? tp receive the cloest attention. We run twelve delivery wagons, and deliver goods all over the city. Mail orders packed and delivered to depots free of charge. Scotch Herrings, per box.ISc 1-lb. cans Kingan Corncrl Beef. 14c Sweet Florida Oranges, per doz., 10c, 15c and.20c Good Sherry Wine, per gal.. .. $1.00 Large Extra Quality Fresh Pineapplcs.8c ?I large cans Tomatocs for.25c 12 bars Swift's Snap Soap for. .25c Fresh Eggs, per dozen.30c 1-lb. biick New Codfish.6c Winner or Rival Milk, can.10c Good Lard, per pound.11c Salt Pork. per pound.12c Carolina Rice, per pound.6c Quart bottle Tomato Catsup.. .10c Worcester Sauce, quart bottle. ,10c Salad Oil, quart bottle.20c Large Florida Pineapples .8c 1 bar Soap and 1 box Talcum Powder.10c New Labrador Herrings, per dozen.12c New Swect Potatoes, peck .... 15c Imported Sherry Wine, per gallon ...$1,00 Sweet Florida Oranges, per dozen.10c Scotch Herrings, per box.18c l-lb. rolls Good Butter.15c 3 cans Ea'rly Juric Peas for .. . .25c S 1.00 bottle Old Pujcher Whiskey?a bargain .75c 2 Ibs. New Honiiny or Grits. .. .5c Fotir-Vear-Okl Rye or Corn Whiskey, per gallon.$2.00 3 cans Pocahontas Corn for. .. .25c 3 Chalmer's Gelatine for.25c Good Sugar Corn, per can.7c Stag Gelatine .5c California Pcaches, per can.... 15c Fresh Bologria Sausage, lb.8c Sccdcd Raisins.8c Fresh Country Eggs, Chickeus and Frults at Astonishingly Low Large Grapc Fruit.5C Wine for jelly, per quart..15c Best Cream Cheese.18c Swift's Best Hams, per lb...,.. 17c 4 lbs. Large California Prunes for. 25c Quart bottles Tomato Catsup.. 10o Dtiffy's Pure Malt Whiskey, for medicinal purposes", . quart bottles.85c Silvcr Kipg Flour, best made, 42c; or. per barrel.$6.60 Snow Drift Lard, per lb.12>^c Irish Potatoes, 20c peck; or, per bushel.75c New Buckwheat, prepared, 2-lb. package, i*)c; 6-lb. package .25c Good Elgin Butter. per pound, 33c 2 cans Table Pcaches for.25c Best American Granulated Sugar, per pound .5 Mc New Sour Pickles. per gal.25c Best American Sardines, 7 cans for .25c Bargain in Herrings?Wood's New North Carolina Roe Her? rings, half barrel, $2.50; or, per dozen .18c Mother's and Quaker Oats, per package .9c Try our best, Snowflakc Patent Flour, 41c bag; or, per barrel.$6.35 Potted Ham and Tongue, per can.5C Fresh French Candy, per lb_.7c New California Evaporated Peaches, per pound .8c New Mixed Nuts.lOe Large Lunip Starch, 7 lbs. for. .25c .Walter Baker's Cocoa and Chocolates, per cake.10c Va, Comb Honey.i5c Tomatocs for soup, 3 for.10c nnd all Kinds of Vcjjctablei Prices. TWO STORES: 1820-1822 E. Maln Street. 506 East Marshall Street. Richmond, Va. Two Phones at Each Storc. Prompt Ocliveries. Maii Onlors Packed and Delivered to Depot Free of Charftc. Remittaiices must accompany al! out-of-town orders. Wrlto for Price Llst.