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WE TAKE PLEASURE IX An? nouncing to the public that we are receiving daily?our ?such as a Pix a; lins. of DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS -TO MATCH. We make a specialty in mourning Goods.300 pieces of Dress Ginghams from G cents upwards. We have a splendid lino ofToweUs, Napkins and Table lines. Our Notion Departing SUCH AS HANDKERCHIEFS. LA dies' aud Children's Hose,cannot be surpassed in Roanoke. WE HAVE JUST ^RECEIVED over one thousand pieces of Swiss and Hamburg Edgings, flouncings in black and white. Do Not Make up any More Underwear when you can buy them at 29 cents and 59 cents apiece in gowns as well as skirts. Try one of our Kabo Corsets as they are guaranteed for twelve months We Are the Agents for the Foster Kid Cloves, the best on the market. We Keep a Full Line of Beaded Capes as low as $2.00 a piece. In Fact You Can Find Any? thing that is kept in a first-class dry goods house at the lowest prices. Do not pass us by, but come in. as we take a pleasure in showing goods. -I. BACHRACH. 122 SALEM AVENUE. SCOTT & RIVES. Real Estate Apts, There has been wonderful ac? tivity in city real estate in the last two weeks, even for Roanoke. Several hundred thousand dollars worth of pro? perty changed hands at hand? some profits. One lot for example, which sold fur seven thousand five hundred dollars eight days ago, was resold yesterday for eleven thous? and dollars. Doz ens of simi? lar examples might be given. Have you been making anyj money dealing in Roanoke REAL> >ESTATE? Well, if you ru\en'tits you own fault. REAL ESTATE A^t's JEFFERSON STREET. -AT.TITE1R? NEW STORE no. no commerce! street, DRESS FABRICS of <fvery descrip? tion, suitable for the HOT MONI S'? the new things in Persian Mulls A b it'i? ;iln:\ cloth iiji the most ex qui-iv ilc-yis S s: : ii t'tl l$;>?8!es,| TTIS, at I2?c yd., s> ylish figujres. Wiiite Goods of every description, in plain, plaid md ?triped materials, at city prices. Ca.'hniere Ombre Satlnes, entirely new, at 124?; worth 20c. j New L:u-e Financings and Net in the largest assort u;ent. New Ginghams, Outings, Percales and Prints, very cheap. New black wool Etamine, latest summer fabric. New Silks in India, Pongee, Failles, Pean de Soic\ at astonishingly low prices. New wool Challies, at 20c yd, in the most artistic designs and colorings. Swiss Flouncings and Embroideries in full assortments. 50 dozen Hemstitched Handker? chiefs, this week at 5c. Special Bargains in Corsets, Hoisery, Gloves and Underwear. The ladieR are all cordially invited to call and inspect the new things we are constantlv opening. ?UNS & BBUGH 110 Commerce Street, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. tf_ |J, F. WlNGFIELD Insurance and REAL ESTATE. AGENT, ROANOKE, VA., INSURES uildings, Brit" ges, Mills, Crops, Live Stock, Merchandise, Wood, Lumber. SELLS Dwelliugs, Fur.iiture, Farm?, Town Lots, Stores, Mineral nna TIMBER LANDS. |eS?"143 SALEM AVE. P.O. Box 80 I feb2-tf JAM HITS For thi ? fj uarter and GAS BILLS for month of May are now due and payable 1COMPANY'S office. Gas biAS, if paid before the 10th instant, a discount of 12$ pt r cent. I allowed. NO DISCOUNT on bills paid after the 10th instant. Failuro to receive a bill does not en? title consumer to the discount. Lime for Fertilizing and Disinfect? ing, also Gas Tar for sale, j Applications for e.vtensiors, im? provements, taps, purchases and all other matters relating to Gas or Water should bt- made to J.C Rawn, Manager. ROANOKE GAS AND WATER CO No. 1 Third Avenue, Southwest t_I_ _WANTED._ ?7 ANTED. Students desiring advanced private instruction can secure a competent instructor by applying at the Times office. Good references furnished. jel8 2w. WANTED AT ONCE.?A FIRST class moulder. Apply in perso at the Bluefield Iron Works. Blue field, Va. je24 3t. R E E.?STENOGRAPHY AND ? typewriting fiee. First-class facil? ities and best of teachers. Address with stamp for return postage. THE PARISH MFG. CO., no9tf Parish, N Y. WANTED.?Good board for gentle? man and two little boys. Address "Permanant," T?mjes office, jo 20 2t. 1 OST.-ON YESTERDAY AFTER JLi noon, a plain leather pocke; book, containing $0? in notes. R. E. Mene fee's name is cnthe inside of the book. Finder will be liberally re? warded by returning same to Times office. J. A. FRITH. je27Gt WANTED.?Ycung man, by trade florist, want* employment: he is willing to do most any kind of work. Address, "Herrnian;" care Virginia Brewing Co. je 28 2t. DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER SHIP. Notice is hereby given of the disso? lution of the firm of Younge & Han way, architects. Mr. E. C. Hcnway retiring to go into other basinets. All I accounts due the firm will be paid | Mr. J. Younge, who will settle all out? standing claims. J. YOUNGE, je 27 It Architect. WAN TED-TO SELL HANDSOME j Vl residence on JE if th avenue, |S. E., 13 rooms, heater and all modern im? provements. This is one of the most I conveniently buU: houses in the city. Eight room ho ise on IShenandoah j avenue, price $2,500; $300 cashj resi? due in monthly payments of $25.00. Twelve room house on Gilmer street, N. W. $3,500?$500 | cash, I monthly payments, well finished in-1 side and ont. Six room house on Fourth avenue N. W. $1,600?$253 cash, residue in small monthly payments. Six room house on Charles street, $2,400?$400 cash, $25 per month; lot worth half the money, highly im? proved. Building and residence lots in all portions of the ci:y. Apply to je28 It. OSCAR 1). DERR & CO. A NEW CAR LINE A CALLED MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL. OTEBHEiD; BRIDGES CONSIDERED* Report* From Various Commit too*. Xo More Bonns to be Fnid for (lie Arrest of Cows nud Other Auliiin!*, tionornl Routine BiislncKN. The City Council hehl a called meet? ing last night for no apparent pur? pose, and their several hours1 session was spent principally in fanning themselves. Those present were Messrs. Ruck ner, chairman; Haut home, McCon nell, McCahn, Ruggles, Sheehan, Scott, Trout and Woodward. The city engineer's report urged the importance of permanent street im? provements, and showed the expenses of the several street forces to bo $1,575 for t he past month. The finance committee's report showed total receipts ?77,771.70. A communication regardiug the proposition of the Norfolk and West? ern railroad to build the several over? head bridges was reconsidered, and the finance committee was instructed to advertise for bids to erect ap? proaches to the bridges over Park, Randolph and Henry streets .it once. The resolut ion offered by Mr. Trout, requiring the t the proporties of par? ties who fail to pay taxes on the as sesed values of eaid propeities, be sold, was accepted. The street committee reported that the matter of opening C\luinerne street southward, would require the purchase of several right of ways to cost over one thousand dollars. The matter was deferred. Everybody then visited the ice cooler. Committee on health suggested the purchaseof a lot to bury dead animals which was accepted. Waller P. Huff A Co's requ ist that they be permitted to erect a number of cottages in the vicinity of the gas house, was refused. Intermissiou of fifty-eight minutes: It was ordained that the eurbage and sidewalks in front of churches, be laid at the expense of tbecity. The Roanoke Street Railway Coiu Sany was granted franchise over efferson and Spruce stre its .und thence through the property of the Crystal Springs Company, over the most eligable route to the reservoir. The motion of increasing the salary of the driver of the Vigilant hose car? riage $13, was peferredto the Sre com? mittee. Mr. McCor.nell thereupon moved that it was uncomfortably warm, ami was seconded by the chairman. On the suggestion of Mayor Evans it was decided to discontinue paying the police a bonus for the arrest ol cows and,'other animals-, which had a tendency to cause more animals than criminals to be "run in." Council then adjourned. Tut: B. A O. I.A.NU CO. A Grmid Scheme (o Secure 1,3041 Homu in SnU'tM?Lots Purchased hy the Payment of 81.30 Weckl.y?What the B. <? O. Land Club Arc Doing. The Baltimore and Ohio Laud Com? pany, of Salem, Va.. owning 227 acres of land within half a mile of Saleui, Va., admirably located for building lots, have determined to offer 1,30(J lots for sale, at ?150 each, including corner lots, and in the following man? ner: Lot clubs of 100 members each will be formed, each member thereof pay? ing $1.50 per week, or ?0 per month, until ?150 is paid. Each member will draw for a lot at the regular weekly drawing, and one lot will be drawn every week until the 100 lots are drawn. The two members drawing the last two lots will get two lots each instead of one. The one drawing a lot can, at any time, pay upon his lot and get a deed to it, as the company own their land in fee simple, or he can pay one-third cash and the balance in one and two years, on the re3id ue, and the company will allow such purchaser 10 per cent, discount on his purchase. A purchaser building within six mont?s a house, costing not less than ?500, on his lot will have a reduction of 25 per cent given on his purchase making his lot cost ?112.50. Several clubs will be organized in this city. So that a member can join one or more clubs, and draw in each club weekly by the payment of one j dollar and (?1,50) cents in eacn club. No interest is charged on these pay? ments whatever. The iarffl bus been surveyed, laid out in streets and the lots numbered. The land lies par tialy on the -Craig county road, and j partialy in the rear of Roanoke Col? lege and half a mile from the center of the town. Water maiLS run through the land, sidewalks arc also contemplated, arid pleasant homes close to business could be erected at small cost, either as a home for the owner or to rent out, as houses are in great demand in Salem. As a Bafe investment this is beyond precedent, and enables one of small means to secure property conttantly on the increase in value. Remember one lot is drawn by some one each week. That you can pay up on your lot after you have drawn by paying one-third cash, one and two years, or as a whole at any time you may elect within eighteen months from the time you joined the club and secure the reductions named above. Every member must pay his weekly dues before he will be allowed to par? ticipate in any drawing. If .'.bsent some one will draw for him, provid? ing his dues are paid. Bo not be mislead by any misrepre? sentation made about this land, but go to Salem and see it for yourself. Call on Mr. H. G. Brown, president; of the company, who will show you over the property. The size of these lots are mostly 50x 150. Some few are 30x136. The lots are well situated, and our plan of dis? posing of them renders it easy for the men of small means to secure a home, or make a paying investment, by the expenditure of $1.50 per week. Salem is a healthy, busy place, growing rap? idly, and presents more advantages for investment than any other new town in the State. Every working man. be his means large or small, can go into this enter? prise and secure a lot that will con? tinue to increase in value. All who wish to secure lots of the Baltimore and Ohio Land Company should call upon Messrs. Oscar I). Derr & Co., the authorized agents for Roanoke city, who will fully explain the manner of conducting the sale. There is no investment on which one can realize so handsome! y and at so small a cost as to become a member of the Baltimore and C bio Lot Club, unless it is to be onf of the stockholders in the Baltin ore and Ohio Company. Respectfull , Oscar D. Dkrr & Co., No. 10 First Avc, S W., Roano ;e, Va. Over Kenny Tea Store. BUILDING LOT CLUBfc. Look out for your title wl en sub? scribing as a member of a ot club. See that you get good property for your money, and see where it ip. The Baltimore and Ohio Li ad Com? pany and the North Salem Lt nd Com? panies both own all propoi ly they offer for sale. This makes tl.ose who buy lots safe. There is no ol ler com? pany or persons selling on t lis plan that can give such assuran se. The Baltimore and Ohio and Nor h Salem Lot Clubs are safe to the sul scrib'ers. Are those safe who do not wn the property they has*} theii scheme upon'.' See to your title. See the) -roperty. The Baltimore and Ohio at I North Salem liOt Clubs are offei ng lots facing on leading thorough, ires and In good localities and no ol ler club does this. Don't buy until you know whether your title will be good and what it will give you. We advertise because v. 3 have something valuable to offer, and we invite public scrutiny to o r plans and property, and have no h tr of the results of comparisons with a ly other plans offered. Our plan is intended to gi e those of limited means an opport unity to purchase a home, and we wu t to se? cure them in a good title a id in a good location. This wo do. Who can afford to pny hi. money without any assurance of title >r hopes of obtaining value received ? loin our clubs, and wo will give value eceived and protect your interest n every respect. We will guarante? you a good title to a good lot in a ir od loca? tion in the land of the living and not be content to put you off in 1 u inac cessible[regionon the verge o' a grave? yard Jor hemmedin by evi a wor^e and mere disagreeable featu es. We are dealing with the living .nd not with theSdead,hence we offer! ealtbful sites away from cemeteries. Don't fail to see that it is he B. Si O. Land Co., of Salem, or tl ) North Salem Land Co. Clubs that y m join, because they give you every guaran? tee of security. Respectfully, H. 0. Bb wx, President B. & 0. La id Co. -Mi i-srs. Johnson & Johns >n have secured the sole agency iu 1 lis city for Radam's Microbe Killer. Our Mr. Louis Hall has been suffi ing for some time with lung troul e. He states that since using the ledicine he has experienced great n lef, and thinks he will ultimately r> min his health. tf. Choice l.ot Nnio. The Bedford City Land ; nd Im? provement Companyannoun< ?sasale of choice lots on the 5th day )f July, 1890. The number of lots is limited but choice, and they will be told on moderate terms. Everybody i offered an opportunity to make big money. It was intended to have t ds sale arlier, but it has been pc itponed until after the exercises atth dedica? tion of Randolph Macon Aca emy on the fourth of July. Large ; umbers of our citizens and distil ruished guests, among them several >ishops, clergymen, United Senators .nd the governors of some of the S 'Uth?rn States, will be present to wit ess the splendid programme prept red by President Smith, closing vitli ? magnificent display of lire w< rks at night. We earnestly request all vi itors to remain over till the fifth and attend this sale of lots. All of the re; I estate .agents are agents for the cc npany. The same lot will not be sold to sev? eral purchasers, but as soon a a sale is affected it will be placed >n the bulletin board. The coiupn ly has put the price low to induce pe sons to build, and with all who will ( infract to bnild houses special terms will be made. It is not the policy of this company to boom. It offe s lots, which will double in value in six months, at low rates to bring citizens to the town. J. M. Berry, pr sident; R. B. Clay tor, vice-president J. L. Campbell, secretary, of Bedfo d City Land and Improvement Comp my. Bedford City, June 24. june'J?tojuIy.j. Akers k White have just rei :ived a fresh ear load of melons, on aarket today. je2 lm. KPECIAX LOCAL BTOTIC ?? Marshall's Cafe?The popi ar re? sort, furnishes a first-class dinner daily from 1 to 3 for 50 cents, i p?-tf -Plaster your house with Marble Rock li ne, boat on the market. Ifyou don't believe it, call on Carner & Co., 3o!e agents. Remember they re the cheapest sash, door and blind m .nufac urers iu the city. Satisfaction aaran eed. t Buy jour cooking stoves frot M.H, rehniugs & Co., near market house. Salem avenue. t Artists material at Pieken's. janl7-tr Stove3 ! stoves ! stoves ! 1 oeaper than ever at M. II. Jennings t Co., Salem avenue, near market hou e. 0Ct7-tf For lire insurance call at tb s office of the Roanoke Trusf-, ?oan a d S?fe Deposit Co. dec :8-tf Geyer, the Campbell street ailo.r carries a large and select st ck of goods in his line. n /20 tf Go to Geyers to get your pring and summer suits. m -20 tf. A large and beautiful stock < f car? pets and rugs in newest 6tyles an be| found at E. H.Stewart & Co.'s. . }21-tf. For colds, croup, asthma, bi >nchi s and sore throat use Dr. Tl Dinas1 Eclectrie Oil, and get the best. The best fitting and most i ylish suits in the city at Geyer's, on 3anip bell street. m /20 tf Marshall's Cafe?For a full ourse dinner served in A 1 style daily from to 3 for 50 cents. a 5-tf All our actions take their line from I the complexion of the heart, ae land-| scapes their variety from light. Refrigerators and ice chests < f var- j ious makes and sizes at E. H. Si ;wart & Co.'s. j .2l-tf. Mattresses of all kinds made tc order j by E. H. Stewart & Co. j 21-tf. The largest stock of lace curti .ns in | the city and at bottom prices at E. H. Stewarts Co.'s. j 21-tf. The exchange property is the only j desirable inside property that 3 be? ing sold on time and without ti e as-1 sumption of paper. The deed omes j directly from the company, an . the j Eayments are made one-third in cash, alance in one and two year?. Call j early as choice lots are being soli, rap-1 idlv. Gray & Boswell. jculOtfl the north sales! land clue. Boantlfht Bnlldlntr Lois 30 tlSO For 81.30 per Week, For 100 V eek?. Daiamyline from Roanoke will pass near this property and a co inection will be made with it,thus giv .ng part? ies living here quick transit. Land well watered and dra ned;and many villa sites will be included in the drawings, some containing two town lots of 100x300 feet. Ch tlybeate water on premises or easyo.' access. For romantic surroundingt, lovely scenery and [accessibility this prop? erty is unsurpassed. The telephone line from Lako Spring to ttoanoke Red Sulphur Springs papses through this property. A laboring man will lind liere lino range for horse, cow and pig and his thrifty wife an excellent j. lace for raising fowls. The wealthy man will find here villa sites unsurpassed in Virginia for beauty of location. The sportsman will find deer in a short hunt. The writer started one on the premises, and th : moun? tains are a short distance aw ly. To the dwellers in hot dusty, crowded cities, the delightfully cool, pure atmosphere will be r< freshing and invigorating. A city n an who will build him a cabin hero a ad rusti? cate two weeks in summer, .vill add ten years to his life. The cab ncan be built for $150, and we guara itee ten? ants at ?00 per annum net, i you de? sire it. We guarantee 50 per cent, .trollt on these lots, when paid for, or t. ke them off your hands. No malaria here ; no doctor ? needed. Your wives and children will be healthy and rosy and you doctor Plue. As only a limited number of these lots will be sold at this lo v price, those wishing to purchase ho 1 better do so at once. Apply to H. Garland Brown, Salem, Va.: Mahood, Stone & Co., Lynchburg, Va.: Oscar I . Derr & Co., Roanoke, Va.; J. O. Parkinson, 2011 E. Marshall street, Ri dnnond, Va.: Wm. Mahone. jr., Lyi chburg, Va.; Pat. McCall, Lynchbury Va.; J. B. Pharis A' Co., Martinsville Va. The North Salem Land Company.? President, J. R. C. Brown, r.; vice pre-ident, H. B. McLaughli i; secre? tary iind treasurer, W. E. Brown; gen? eral manager, H. (f. Brown; tttorney, W. W. Ballard. Directors-. . F. Mc Sorley, Mat. Byrne, Cha>. Scott, Lynchburg, Va.; W. Lee Bram , Salem, Va.; A. S. Asberry, Roanoke Va. !!. & o. land COMPACT of SA /EM, VA. President, H. Garland Bro .vn, Sa? lem; vice-president. Hon. rohn R. Johnson. Christiansburg: f ?crotary and treasurer, W. E. Brown Salem; attorney, Rush U. Derr, I oanoke. Directors?Hon. L. C. Artht r, Bed? ford City; W. P. Francis,Mar on, Va.; Hubert Watts. Lynchburg: George Gravatt, Roanoke: J. D. Can , Roan? oke; M. A. Lovott, Roanokt; J. B. Levy, president Citizens' ban c, Roan? oke. Not too hot for B. A' O. an ! North Salem Lot Clubs, but part 3s were going all day looking at and buying their lots. The cheapest a :d most desirable in the world tl is hot weather. Yesterday's sales oui largest. At tbi? rate, won't have m .ny left Saturday. Stockholders' Notice.?St< ckhold ers of the North Salem Lan 1 Com? pany of Salem will call at the office of Oscar D. Derr & Co., betw -en the hours of i; and 10 p. m., Mond ly, 30th June,and present their shares >f*stock, when paid upnon-assessables ock will be issued then for the nu nber of shares subscribed to. Subscriptions will also be t; ken to the Lot Clubs to be organize I by the North Salem Land Company. All stock subscribed to and lot paid for will be sold at public aut tion, in the name of the parties defau ting. Respectfully, Mauood, Sto.vjc A' ?o., Lynchbur:, Va. Oscak D. Derr & ('o., Roan ok j, Va. H. G. Brown i Co , Salei i, Va. H. W. I EE, 020. Clinton Ave. Baltimon, Md. W. E. SUMM] r.s. Washingto l, D. C. Rei: ben Finni ll, with Neal & Paris, Roanok Va. It is an established fact that Joseph Cohn, the Salem avenue cloth 'er, has the liue6t, largest and best assort? ment of ready-made clothing in the city. Just listen to what he p roposes to do in order to close his enti: e stock before the season is over. '. le pro? poses for today (Saturday), to divide his entire stock into three grac es. First grade, embracing all of his finest suits. You can take you- choice for ?10.00 Second grade, including all i tedium business and dress suits from ? .2.50 to $17 will be sold for $12.50. Third grade, including all si its for? merly sold as high as $12.50 rill be sold for $7.50. We only ask that you consit er the above proposition, and if you ire not convinced that this is the grea -est in? ducement affered this season 1 y and firm just call and we will sot n con? vince you. Joseph Cohn the Salem avenue Clothier, Tailor and 3 latter, 41 Salem avenue, Roanoke, Va "notice. All parties indebted to Dr. I'edigo, are requested to come forwa. d and pay their bills or give some got d rea? son why they cannot pay, oi I will have to take some other steps to col? lect the same. Respectfully, je 22 lw L. B. DEYE1 :LE. ROANOKE GAS AND WATE i CO., 310 Bullitt Building. Philadelphia, June 18th 1890. The directors of the compan; have this day declared a semi-annut 1 divi? dend of four (4) per cent, on tl e cap? ital stock of this company, as p dd in, payable in cash on July 1st pr. ximo, to the stockholders of record as of June 23. The transfer books ?f the company will close on the 23d it stant, and reopen on the 1st day of Jt ly. H. E. GERHA RD, je21,21,20,28,30._Tret snrer. J. E. RfluScare & So, Manufacturers of TIN AND SHEET-IRON WA RE, And dealers in all kinds of Cc oking and Heating Stoves. Plumbin g, and Gas and Steam fitting done. Tin roofing a specialty. Satisfactio: i guar anteed. No. 115 First avenue, Roan oke, Va._a >5-tf C. A. HEATH, The well-known Jefferson Stieet barber, Has opened a Barber Shop in Hotel Roanoke. Room in basement. myJOlm. FIRST-CLASS BUTTER CAN ALWAYS BE FOUND. AT mar23-tf GROCERY, 148 SALEM AVENUE. C. Hi JORDAN, R N. McCANDLlBIf, E. 11. CLOWES. Buemi Vista, Virginia, REAL ESTATE, STOCK A IVB INSURANCE; myl5 inn._ SOIV1ETHSNC TO EAT what everybody is looking for. We have not the time nor space to enu? merate the name of all we have in stock, but will say COME AND SEE US. You can surely find everything that is kept in AFIRSTCLASS GROCERY STORE. OUR PRICES WILL SUIT YOU. Y'OUR PATRONAGE IS SOLICITED. RESPECTFULLY, L. H. BRUCH tf JEFFERSON STREET, ROANOKE. VA. Buy a Lot in Fairview Cemetery. At a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the - FAIRVIEW CEMETERY COMPANY, Itwua decided to put their lota on the market at once. As I was appointed arent for thn sale -*these lots. I will take great pleasure in taking my friend? s?nd the public, at any time, tr ste them. The company has recently, nt con? siderable cost, improved and beautified the grounds, which makes it one of the handsomest cemeteries in the oity. Parties purchasing prior to the 1st of September will be allowed a discount of ?0 per cent. TEAMS ALWAY: Respectfully. J. n? FiiATHER: TON 1 ie tf. Of Feathers ton, Andrews & Co., 32 ^Campbell streets- Rcr.ricfke, Va THOMAS & BURNS. GENTLEMEN: Never in the remarkable hisiory of our big and fast increasing trade, or dut iug any of our former great Special S.iles, lu;s there been such ?atisfaction 3 such demonstration approval c: .-uch au out-pouring of the po'nple as during our wonderful and unprecedented $9.75 and $11.75. Special .Sate. The way ihty? were gobbled up iu a few days, shows conclusively how they were ippreciated. THIS AND NEXT WEEK WE ARE READY WITH Hot weather Things. Boys' summer coat3 air.l vesis, 65c to $2.00 Mcus' ofiice coats, (good ones) 50c; seersucker coats and vests, 85c; geuuinc India Seersucker coats aud vests, for $1.75. All shades, Mohair r.nd Pongees from $300, coats and vests, to $6.00. White and Fancy Vests are quite the thing, and largely wora this ?easou, aud wo are selling lots of thembecause we have a large and fine slock, aud our prices are extremely aud invitingly LOW. Corner 3d Ave. and Jefferson Street. >fl fl II $51. $25. BOYS' SUITS FROM $3 TO $ CHILDREN'S SUITS FROM S2 TO $10 MEN'S, BOYS', YOUTH'S, ?AND CHILDREN'S OVERCOATS, IN ALL STYLES SATIS-LINED ^SPECIALTY. Furnishing|?Department Complete ?0: CLOTHINGLY FRANK BROS Wrigii* h,hU:ii Jefferson Street. HAVE YOUR DINING ROOM OEIL ing nicely decorated in eitner oil or water colors. Carr can do 1fc. marC-tf_H BOARDERS CAN BE ACCOMMO dated at RorerPark Hotel. Nicely furnished / rooms. Large grounds. Table set ivith the beBt the market affords. MRS, CRAWFORD. mar27-tf Proprietress. ? DOOM AND BOARD in A DE ll/hghtful locality, 406 Fourth ave? nue, 8. W. my30 tf nARRSl s1(*n WRITER, COR V ner Third avenue and First street raar6-tf K^lEsreHiNf boartJc?n jun6261wk.