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HEieONIIDS & SIGH'S,
206 Commerce Street, --THIS WEEK? The Rush is on in Our Silk Department. Wo arc showing; India Silks in all shades, protty stylish figureB, at :?7Mc. India Silks in better quality at 50, 00 and 753. India Silks in the celebratod "Chens Bros." makes the very best wearing tjilk? in the market at SI. Silk Grenadines, Drapery Nets, Itlack Lacos, etc., opened now this week. WASH GOODS. Thor? is no such stock of Wash Goods in Southwest Virginia as you will find with us. Prices the lowest possiblo al? ways. Newly Opened? 25 pos. Salines in newest effect? at 12 Mo. 20 pcs. Gloria Satines at 18c. Novl'1 Challies, light and dark, at 20 and 25c. 25 pcs. Printed Crepon at 12J<c. 15 pcs. better grade at 20o. 50 pcs. new and nobby Dross Ginghams in choicest designs at 12%c. 15 pcs. New Figured CashmeroB at 2 caBOS Irish Lawns at 12Sc. 25 pcB. "Yeddo Crepes" in plain colors, all shados, at 15o., worth 20c. 15 poB. now Imported printed DunltioB, the moot desirable fabric In tho market, at 3bc. 85 pos. New Prlntod Dotted Swissos, all the rase, Scotch manufacture, at 35c. worth 45c. White Gonds In evory phase of wear, tirade and style Incomplete assortment. Embroideries, Laces, Feather Stitob Braide, etc., complete. Now Hosiery, Underwear and Kid Gloves. New Things in Every Department. A visit to our store will repay you in tho many attrae'lons to bo seen. Why troublo yourself with ordering when so complete a stock may bo had to soltct from right hero at homo. MroniMS & Brut P. S.? We are agent for the Standard Paper Patterns.They are the best pattern in the mar? ket, everybody likes them. Try them. June fashion sheet now ready. 10 71? Wa will give you a piec? of tho earth cheap. Lot in tho southwest between Jeffer? son street and Franklin road, $750; very cheap. Gooi 6 room house with bath $1,500, 375 cash, balance S15 per month. Seven good lota on Campbell stroot ani Chapman avenue, 50x150 foot each ?050 each. Corner lot on Cjuiuierco street noar Maj M. W. Bryant's, 75x170 feat, $2,400; cheap. Eight room house on corner lot in tho southwest, both gas, hot and cold water, stable, Si,200. Corner lot on Park street, $050; $50 cash balance easy terms; cheap Splendid 9-rootu bouse, all possible conven.'. ncea. Lot 150 feet front, price SV,7 00; S500cash, balance 850 por month. Spacial bargains in a beautiful corner lot on Comiuorco stroet. Good '.t-roora houseon Campbell street, largo stable, Lot 50x182 feet. We are olT^rintr this property at a vory low figure. Good residence lot in tho Woit lind, 30x150 feet, $250 Now 0 room house in tho West End, both gas, hot and cold water, S i,250; 5300 ca?h, balance S30 por month. Good corner lot on Franklin avonuo, SI,200; }(, caah, balance one and two year?. FOR RENT. S.x-room houso with bath on Church street, S25 por month. Ton-room house on Campbell avenue, 830 per month. Nine-room house on Maple avonuo, al 1 conveniences, $18. Eight room houso on Campbell avonuo 820 per month. J. F. ffIHGFIELD, a to Commerce St. LOCAL. BREVITIES. M. L. Keister fell over a loose board on Twelfth avenue s. w. jesterday and severely sprained his anklo. Dr. J. E. Hartwell left yesterday for his home at Crawford, Nob. Miss Belle Boone, of Franklin county,, who has been visiting; her brotbor in tho city, has roturned home. Rev. Dr. W. A. Harris and daughtor, MIbs Nannie, who have been visiting the family of R. A. Buokner, returned home yesterday. S. E. Jones and C. B. Moomaw have roturned from Fincastlo, whore they wero attending circuit court. President J. C. Dreber, of Roanoke College, has returnod from a business trip through the North. Help tbe'hospital fund to night at the Jamison building. J. Coles Terry, of Bent Mountain, in this county, was in the city yesterday. S. A. Welzter, president of the Wash? ington Land Company, loft yesterday on a business trip to Greensboro, U. C. J. J. Tierney, of Elkhorn, W. V?., spont yesterday in Roanoke. Judge Wm. H. Mann, of Nottoway Court House, was in Roanoke yesterday. W. L. McClelland, of Dale avenue s. e., is able to bo out again after a severe attack of pleurisy. Col. John H. Alexander, of Loesburg, waa in town yesterday. S. M. Wllkea, ot Staunton, is in the city looking after his roal estato in tsresta. Miss Holon Hanger, of Staunton, is visiting Mrs. JameB L. Hunter on Church street. Rev. H. C. Garrison has returned from Tazewell. J. H. Summers, of Monroe county, W. Va., who has been visiting friends in tho city, returnod home yesterday. J, B. Levy went to Danville yester- j day. Judge Henry E. Blair adjourned cir? cuit court in Flncastle yesterday and went home to Salem to vote Ralph Izard, of Tazewell county, is in the city visiting his brother, Dr. John Izard. M. F. Kulp, the baggage agent at Lynchburg, was In town yeBterday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Heald, of Lynch burg, were visiting friends in the city yostorday. GG, B. Lupton, of Albemarlo county, Is in the city. J. A. Peck, of Rocky Mount, mado a business trip to this city yostorday. R. M. Helen, of Greenville, Miss., was in the city yesterday. The Sons of Veteran3 Union will meet at the State Savings Bank on Sunday to attend memorial servlcos at Lee Street Methodist Church. Tho employes of the Virginia Briok Company on Wodnosday evening pre? sented the foreman of tho works, Mr. Langabeor, with a beautifuj onyx clock and a meerschaum plpo in token of their appreciation of his kindness and excel? lent management. A number of bids wore received by tie board of public works yesterday for the new sowor work to be lot to contract by order of Council. Mlcbaol Sexton is grading four miles of threo-track road for the New York, Hartford and New Haven railroad noar New Havon. He has until Fobruary 1 to complete the work. .7. F. Wingflold has sold during tho week the Iiockaday homestead on Com? merce street to Dr. John P. Thompson, of Lynchburg, and the P. W. Huff houso on Tenth avenue to W. F. Brags, of Norfolk. Thesales amounted to S12, 000." There will bo a called mooting of tho joint branch of tho Woman's Auxilliary in St. John's parish to-day (Friday) at 4 o'clock to moot tho direction secretary. All ladies not members of the auxilliary are cordially invited to be presont. O. M. Page, a well known citizen cf Roanoke, will leave this morning for Chicago, where ho will in tho future reside. Mrs. S. A. I'unk, of Philadelphia, and Mrs. M. A. Millor, of Bramwell, W.Va , are stopping at Hotel Roanoke. To-night. La9t night of Columbian B&zaar. An Ethiopian I.over of Art. .1 Im Mills, a fifteen year-old colored boy, was arroBtod atl o'clock this morn? ing by Officers Smith and Pock on a war? rant issuod by Justice Pole and was placed in jail. Jim is a darkey who lot his love for art rob him of bis judgment and honesty. So groat was hU desire to study the works of the old masters that he entered the olllce of Dr. John B.< Moorman and carried away the ongrav Ings, frames and all. He will be tried before Judge Turner this morning and will probably have an opportunity to pursue his study of painting for thirty days In tho conservatory of the city. Tay Yonr Doc Taxos. About a dozencltizens were summoned up yesterday to show causo why they had not paid dog tax. 1 heir cases will be heard before Justico Turner this morning. _ SthothKit's Iodurotted Sarsaparilla. Dollar si/.o bottle for r>0c at your drug? gists. _ A. L. Jam ikon * Co., coal dealers, hcadqnarteia tor Atlantic dynamite aud Judson powder. EUROPEAN HOUSE, HOTEL LEE. Nicholas Sc Woodward Block, Cor. Commerce St. A. Salem Avo. Having just boon furnished from top to bottom with all tho latest conveni? ences is now opon to tho traveling pub? lic. Elogant sample rooms, ladies par? lors, drawing rooms, and the finest "Chef" In tho South. Special ratos to dlnnor parties and banquets. NICHOLAS & WOODWARD, Prop's. j. B. SNEAD, Manager, Formerly manager Wrights Hotel, l);invillo, Va. 4 18 ICE! ICE!!ICE!!! Wo aro now making contracts with i tho wholesale trado for Ico by the car load, and will bo happy to correspond with doalers in regard to prices. ROANOKE COLD STORAGE CO. 5 10 3m >B. A. Rivr.s, Manager. ARB YOU SUPERSTITIOUS? Do you raise umbrellas in the house, walk under ladders, piok up pins, shake pennies at the moon, carry rakes through the house, put on the right shoe first, carry a rabbit foot (taken from the left hind login a graveyard o o h, at midnight by moonlight)'.' It you do, and of course you do one of them, though you may try to take it back unless some one is looking?come up and see us: We have a "charm" in our possession that is olTeotual against any "hoodoo" in the land?oxcopt when your corn hurts, then its sure co rain. THE STONE PRINTING AND MFG. CO., Job Printers and Blank Book Makers. ED. L. STONE, Opp. Hotel Boanoke, President. City. IRON FENCES. WINDOW GUARDS. We defy competition in THE CDSHHaN IRON CO. 'Phone No. 123 ? 714 Terry Building THOMAS & BURNS. ENTIRE STOCK TO BE SACRIFICED. Finest line in Southwest Virginia. If you would buy gold dollars for fifty cents, Now's the Opportunity. Remember these goods MUST GO and a dollar looks as big as a saucer. Why not buy a $20 Suit for $12.00. Why not buy a $15 Suit for $9.00. Why not buy a $3 Hat for $1.75. 50 Doz. Genuine French Bal. TJn derwhar, SI.OO SUIT. A $5 Pair PANTS $3.00. $1.25c, SHIRT 30 C If you like the prices the goods are here. F. A. MEMMERT BEST QUALITY, LOWEST PRICES. CALL ON OR ADDRESS THE VIRGINIA BRICK CO., Office 702 Terry Building, Roanoke, Va. 5 18 tf 1? THE ELKO." a This is the latest thing in Collars. If you want to be in style, wear it TDTJC3-Gr^-3sr &c SA.TJTBE, 112 JEFFERSON STREET. >> " -THIS IS TO CERTIFY THAT THE BEST CORNICE WORK IN ROANOKE Of Copper or Galvanized Iron, is that made in the works of the" And erected by them. The undersigned are the only per? sons authorized to contract for work. Office?703 Terry Building, j. R. COLLINGWOOD, 'Phone 263. Manager. Works?East Walnut St. - JOHN F. JAMES, 'Phone 228. Superintendent. 4 30 3m w GROW! OTHERS FAIL. ITH INCREASE OF BUSINESS EVERY season we were compelled to enlarge our pres? ent quarters to almost double. And now have the handsomest and best lighted clothing house in the city. or Slrnlrxe You can always see what you are buying in our house. We are showing the largest line of clothing, furnishing goods and hats for the spring and summer season THAN EVER BEFORE, and by special arrangements with several Northern manufacturers, we can save you 15 pet cent, on every dollars 'worth of clothing you buy of our house. BEAR IN MIND THAT OUR CUSTOM WORK' Is all done on our own premises, where you ? have the privilege of trying the garments on BEFORE THEY ARE FINISHED. Our prices will compare 'with any foreign compe? tition. Spend Your Money at home and help support your own working people. THE K, & S, CLOTHIERS, TAILORS AND HATTERS, No 40 Salem Avenue, - - Roanoke, Va., SAVE -:- MONEY And Select from the Largest Stock of ^CARPETS, FURNITURE, WALL PAPER AND QUEENSWARE, . . 11V IIUYIXC; OK The E. H. Stewart Furniture Co. L LIFE [CD. OF PHILADELPHIA. The Best Company for the policy holder ! Tlie "Accumulated Surplus" policies of the Penn are the most liberal ever devised, embracing Protection, In? vestment and Life Income. For rates, etc.v apply to DUPUY & TALIAFERRO, Local Agents. _4 7 1 yr THE TWEES' 1041, TROST AID DEPOSIT CO, 132 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Va. C. Marki.ky, Prest. E. E. Coi.k, Secy. & Treas. ' U. E. Mark ley, Asst. Treaa. Capital, $50,000. Surplus and Profits, $24,000. Transacts a Banking and Brokerage Business? INTEREST PAID on DEPOSITS. Insures property in reliable and well-known fire insurance companies, with combined aBsetB of over 815,000,000. Represents the Life and Accident depart? ments of the Travelers' Insurance Co., of Hartford, Conn. 1 21 tf A GREAT "FEAT?' We've a big contract on our hands. We've undertaken to shoe 25,000 pairs of feet, and what is more, we are doing it too. We have White Shoes, Red Shoes, Tan Shoes, Black Shoes, etc. Shoes for street wear, Shoes for the evening and shoes for the "Light fantastic" In fact if j you'll step inRsome^day when passing.we'll sing you a little song called "Shoo-fly," 110 SOUTH JEFFERSON STREET, j W. JEL? STOLL, Mgr., formerly of (Wright & Stoll.