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The Roanoke times. (Roanoke, Va.) 1897-1977, December 01, 1897, Image 8

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Now is the lime that
the little things in your
wardrobe need replac?
ing- a new pair of
gloves, some collars
and cuffs, a couple of
neckties, a new shirt
or two; possibly a full
dress shield. You need
thern all. Don't you?
Then come to us and
get the latest.
Slatit'i* and Furnisher,
112 Jefferson street.
Chicago, Nov. 30.?The* leading fu?
tures ranged as follows:
Wheat? Open. Close.
December. 0-V^ OSS
December.0"?; 25 j
December . 20* 20
("gDccember. 7.20 7.1?
December. 4.05 4.07
December. 4.15 4.15
Jersey Cit\,N. J., Nov. ?The sugar
trust,Beeicg Mayor Efoos would not urant
a rednction of the water'rate asked for,
even at the risk of closing the trust's
phfnt, with its 1,100 employes, is operat?
ion In full force to-day. The trusty pre?
tended that theTshutdown of last week
was caused by the water rate,but later it
was found out that tho shutdown was for
usual annual repairs. M
Go to the Rad ford Steam Laundry for
Coming and Going.
Miss Drake, of C hicago.lll., is stopping
at the ."once do Leon.
0. B. Strouse, of Salem,was in the eiiy
yesterday for a short while.
Dr. G.W. Tompkins returned home yes
terdav from a visit to friends at Natural
Chas. I. Lunsford left on a business
trip yesterday afternoon for Pulaski.
.1. C. Lyons and wile, of New Orleans,
arrived in the c'ty yesterday and aro
stopping at Hotel Hoanoke.
Attorney H. K. Scott left yesterday af?
ternoon for Abingdon.
J. S. A9hworth,a Hristol attorney, who
has been in the city several days, return?
ed to bis homo yesterday on No. 8.
Miss Lucie Quartes, of Bedford City,
arrived in the city yesterday to visit, the
Misses Bealo on Ninth avenue.
Miss Stella Shelton, of .Stu.irdsville, is
visiting her auut, Mrs. II. I. Stephens.
H. H. Dickey, of Cbristiausburg, ar?
rived in the city last night.
C. K. Fisher, of Boston, is in town.
W. W. Townley, of Baltimore, arrived
in the city no No. ('? last night.
A. Ii. YVInfree, of Blliston, is stopping
at the Uonco de Leon.
H. I'. Marston left last night for "Ha
gerstown wdiere he has accepted a posit ion
with C. I). Kenne.
The Hobhie Piano Co. have (dosed an
important deal by which they get control
o! the old reliable Smith & Harnes piano
in Virginia. Their first order was for
ten pianos.
Congratulates the Archbishop on His
Spirit of Unselfishness.
Home, Nov. 80.- Archbishop Keane,
former lector of the Catholic University
at Washington, was received by the Hope
yesterday. His holiness congratulated
the bishop upon the abnegation with
which, in a letter to the Hope, he re?
nounced bis claim to be included in the
li.-t of candidates for .appointment to the
archbishopric of Naw Orleans. The
Hope also congratulated Archbishop
Keane upon t he series of sermons in Eng
Hsh, which he commenced yesterday,
upon the eccasicu of tho Advent services
nt the Church of St. Silvestro, in Capite,
a venerable church of jHome, erected in
honor of .lohn the Baptist, n piece of
wdiose head is still preserved there.
The church is now in the possession of
the English Homan Catholics. The sub?
ject of Archbishop Keane's sermon was
the Incarcnation.
Lexington, Ivy,, Nov. ;!fl. ? Wcodnrd iv
Shanklin began their sale of 450 beau of
thoroughbreds here to-day. T^e attend?
ance was very large, the weather cool and
the bidding brisk. During the morning
and afternoon 70 head were disposed ; i
for $20,885, an average of >cJ7'.t. The top
pprice was bid for the imp. Rayon d'Or
Fally McClelland colt, which went to .1.
D. Smith for $8,000. .., . . ?.
Washington, Nov. 30.?The President
to day appointed Major George II. Har?
ries brigadier general commanding the
j District of Columbia National Guard to
succeed General Ordway.
Printed in three
in our Press-roo
The job requires
Drop in and see
110-114 North JclTcrso
Howard I.. Si
It Shows Larger Majority tor Judge Than
He Received.
Lincoln, Xel\, Nov. 30.? William J.
Bryan gave for the first time bis analysis
of the vote in his own State. It shows,
he says, thai the fusion candidate lor
judge polled a larger majority than .Mr.
Bryan bimsell did last year, although the
vote was smaller. Mr. Bryan explains
the progress made since the Piesidenttal
contest by pointing out that the antl
ltepuhlicnn majotity it greater in Ne?
braska tlii*- year than ever before. lio
"In 180C the fusiou electors represent?
ing the D-unocr.it s, Populists and free
silver Reuublicans of Nebraska received
an average plurality of 13,060 over the
Republican elector-- and a majority of
8,143 over all. This year the fusion can?
didate for supremo court judgesbip re?
ceived a plurality cf 13,810 over the Re?
publican candidate, and a majority of
11,370 over alb This gain of 750 in plu?
rality and 3,233 in mnjoilty was secured
in spite of a decrease of about 30,(H)ii of
the to'.al vctu pollen. The gold Democrats
polled less than half as many votes this
year as las?.0
Cleveland,O., Nov. 30,?Senator Hnnua
is confined to his home at'.Glen mere with
a severe attack of the grip. He will not
he able to attend to business '.for several
'I he best salve in the world for C.'ius.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum,
Fever Rores, Tetter, (.'happed Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and al' Skin Erup?
tions, and positively cures Piles or no
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
perfect satisfaction or money refunded.
Price 25 cents per box. For sale, by
Massie's Pharmacy.
'?'ancy Baskets of Iruits fixed up in
style at .1. .1. Catognl's.
Now is the time to h ive your trees an 1
grape vines trimmed, i have had twenty
.wars espeiietice and would be glad to do
the work for you. Satisfaction guaran?
teed, and the be.-c of references furnished.
If you want your work done write me
and I will come to see von at once. Re?
spectfully, L. .1. CRALLE,
Roanoke, Yu.
it Cabels*
colors, will be running
m this week,
two tons of paper,
the work going on.
ti Street, Roanokc, Va.
one, President.
No, 7 Campbell Ave.,
Georgia Legislature, However, Refuses
Fieo License to Yankee Soldiers.
Atlanta, Ca., Nov. :!0.?The Georgia
legislature has Killed a hill tiy Mr.Calvin,
of Richmond county, which provided for
granting free licenses to Yankee soldiers
who might now he living in tne State.
The hill created much surprise and was
strongly condemned Two men spoke in
favor of the bill, but their speeches re?
ceived little attention.
Several men who opposed the bill said
that they loved the Union and had no
leelie.g of hostility against the North or
against the men who fought against the
South in the days of Jthe civil war, but
they were unalterably opposed to a meas?
ure that would he a reward for the r.iPii
who came to Georgia in 180-1 and burned
the homes of the people who are now ex?
pected to help and pension the Union sol?
A number of members said that, the
national government made ample provis?
ion in the way of pensions for the aid of
the Union veterans, anil they thought
Georgtn, should conttne her aid to the
men who bled in her defense during the
There was no hostile sentiment uttered
against the North during tin* whcle pro?
gress of the argument, but the members
seemed to regard the bill as ridiculous.
Oystets on half shell 28 cents do/.-n at
No Use Buying Your Outfit from a Dozen Different Stores
(Jo to the
ami you can find almost everything needed to furnish a house,
and of the choicest goods.
Bodrootii Suites.''Otirpets, Stoves, Ranges, Parlor Suites..Dinner and [Ten
Sets, Comforts, Blankets, Curtains, Window Shades, Hugs, Sideboards,
Writing Desks, Hook Cases, Fancy Hocking Chairs, Fancy Lamps, and In
face everything to he found in a first, class house-furnishing establishment.
Fifteen thousand feet llooi space, liny the "WONDER" stove. ^
'Phone 403. - - - - 18 and 20 Campbell Avenue.
LAWKRNCK S. DAVIS, fire, Lifo and Arrl
dent Ii tmrancc. No. 6 Campbell uvtimo W.,
uunnoko, V'h,
t ommorrfal Union, of London
Fireman'* Pauli, ot L'idiiiloriila.
l.lou Kirr. of London.
Matunl Lite Insurance Co.. of New York.
New York Underwriter*1, ot Now York.
North llrHisr. anil Mercantile, Ot London.
Norwich t'nlon, c t Kuglamt.
I'htladetpbi* Uaderwriior?', ot Philadelphia.
Phoenix. <t London.
Kcotlleh Union and National,ot Edinburgh
Star.durd Accident,, or Micu'enn.
liirk Bttiihliiig.
If there is anything in the
insurance line that you want?
ITire, Life, Accident, Boiler
Explosion, Plate Glass or Em?
ployers' Liability?AV E1IAVE
Corner Salem nve. i:ni -lelTerson streei.
Danville, Vn., Xov. [30. ?A lire broke
out in the depot of the Atlantic and Dan?
ville railroad last night,desi roving nearly
$1,000 worth of general freight. Among
the voids dest rove I wa ; a l u ge shipment
oi fireworks. The popping and explodlnu
of these created no little excitement in
the neighborhood of the lire.
Bicycle given away free. Goods cheaper
than ever. Grnvatt's Fair, '.I Salem ave?
Fresh lot of sweet and juicy oranges at
104 South Jefferson street,
We are now offer?
ing you some very
good values in
Men's, Ladles' and
y^j^j^ Children's
0 m Fine Footwear.
Desirable shapes,
good quality and
prices us low as t he
\\\ Come and see us.
M. G. RIELEY, 36 Salem Ave,
Dt>. a. (iAidisiLBC. manager.
please yon. Let us send von a ton.
'I'hono '210. J. II. WILKINSON & CO.
Ours is the Only
There's no dilly-dallying' about the price. You don't have to worry and tease, jew and jew, and
tease and worry to get the price down within reason, for the lowest price is fixed upon every
item already. Our's is the only "Gash" Dry Goods Store in Roanoke. Our way is to buy for
cash and sell for cash. Did you ever stop to think that when you deal with credit houses you
necessarily help to make up the losses on bad accounts.
Come to the people's "One
Price Gash Store" and save time |
and save money.
You will timl quite a nice \
saving if yon buy nil your Do- ;
mestics here.
Case new styles in Kassian
Fleeces for wrappers, very
pretty, LOe a yard.
Another case of those pretty
Outings at 8c, really worth LOc.
Beautiful Teazle I knvn ( hit- \
ings in the lighl dainty styles,
Lovely ! >aisy ( ?oth ( hitings,
in cream, blue, and pink, usu
ally 124o, for LOc.
See the beautiful Swansdown j
(.'?loth for Children's Cloaks and \
Jl/adies' Dressing Sacks, only
15c a yard.
One case extra quality Can?
ton Flannel at Sc.
Twenty bales Cotton Batting
for Comforts, good as others
sell for 10c, our price Sc.
Extra heavy round-thread
Unbleached Cotton, 5c a yard
worth 61 c
Standard quality Bleached
Sheets, hemmed and ready for
use?9-4, fmly 15c euch: 10-4.
60c euch.
Bleached Pillow Cases, full
standard quality, 36x45 inches,
Only LOc each.
Bleached Pillow Case, ex?
cellent quality, henistitehei
only 1 if Arc each.
Heavy Striped Shirting
men's working shirts, big
Dew st vie-. Sc.
Here is quite an opportunity I
for those who want handker
chiefs to give as Christmas
These are quite pretty; we
believe you will agree with u>
thai they are wonderfully
cheap. There -are ilmt 200 i
<lo/.en of t his 1<>t. and t hex will j
be gone before many days.
L50 dozen fine embroidered
Swiss handkerchiefs at much '
less than actual value, Hi and
L2&C each.
50 dozen Ladies' Fine W hin
designs, full 50 inches wide,
was $1.25; now only 75c yard,
for j 2 pieces Novelty Dress Goods
ot. ?was si a yard?now 75c.
.'i pieces Novelty Dress Goods
j in the camers 1; dr effects, 36
incites, was 50c, ioxv only 33c
1 piece Novelt Dl'CSS (roods,
4('? inches, was 50c, now 33c.
pieces lovely Novelty Dress
gOOtls, 52 inches, was $1.2?,
now $ 1.
2 pieces 40-inch Novelty
Dress Goods, in the camel's
hair effects, was 50c, now 33c.
5 piece- heavy Nappy Cloak
ings for children's cloaks, 50
inches, was $1.25, now 75c.
The grand line of popular
things at proper prices lias at
Mcmstitchcd i I and kerchiefs, t racted much attention. There'?
Irish manufacture, you can't no doubt about it?we save
tell them from the 10c ones, you money on these.
5c each. Hercules Braid in Silk and
Mohair. Soutache Braids in
Silk ami Mohair, white, black
ots of j and colors; Soutache Braids in
culled '
1 lere are si>me small
Novelty Dress (ioods
from our stock, which we will 1
close out at once. There's
money saved here, so come
early and gel \<mrs.
S pieces heavy All-Wool i
Novelt y Dl'CSS ( ioods, 40- j
indies wide, formerly 50c a
gill and silver; Tubular Braids
in silk and mohair; Txvo-Toned
Braids with pearl edges; Irri
descent Beaded Tri in Illings;
Bright and I hill Jel Trimmings;
Steel Trimmings, Pearl Trim?
mings, Pur Trimmings; Braid?
ed Sets, Loops mid Frogs; Jet
yard; now half price; only 25c. Sets, Fronts and Boleros; Laces
5 pieces heavy Nox'clty Dress and Fdgesof all sorts; big line
(ioods of the "Hit-or-miss" of Silk and Mohair Gimps.
An unusually attractive line.
If large sales signify anything,
then the prices must be quite
Fur Collarettes (LOjinch cape,
si) inch sweep), all kinds of
fur. 20 styles now in stock to
select from, $2.50, $3, $3.50,
?4. $4.50, $5, $7.50, and
Fur Collars with heads,
straight. 75c. $1.25, *2 and
$2.50 each.
Fur Collars, with cluster of
tails at ends, round, $1.50, $2,
$2.50, $2.75, s;;.:,!), ?5 and
Real Thibet Boas, 60 inch,
$2.75, $3.50, $4 and $5.
Real (?strich Boas, 60 inch.
$4.50, $5, $7, and *1().
Real Ostrich Collarettes, L9
inch. $2.75', $5 and ?(>.
The new Ruches and Col-1 ? finest maKe' $1'25
larettes, a great line, 50c, 75c,
$1, $1.25, $2.50, $3, $3.50
and ?-r> each.
Liu line of the new Buch?
ings, Ruth"ings, Plaitings and
Pullings by the Yard.
It does not happen often
that you get such great values
in Blankets as these, so dont
be backward about getting
here. You'll need Blankets I only $1. 25 a yard,
this winter?better get them , 50-inch heavy Cordci
One case full 12-4 White
Blankets. warranted every
fibre wool, both warp and
filling, a bargain at S,r> a pair.
( me case full 1 1-4 White
Blankets, warranted all wool,
both warp and filling, actual
value S4? for only s:;. 7,r>.
Many other big values
come and see.
s-l heavy Tapestry Table
Covers in beautiful designs and
colorings, only Si', usually $3
for t his size and quality.
6-4 fine Tapestry 'Fable
('overs only $1.
6-4 heavy Persian Tapestry
Table Covers, only $1.25;
wort h $1. 75.
6-4 fine Chenile Table Covers
only $1.
6-4 Chenile'Table Covers,
The largest stock of. Tapes?
tries, Draperies, etc., ever
shown in this section. Furni?
ture Covering, Lounge Cover?
ing, Cushion Covering, Cords.
Fringes, Gimps, etc.
50-inch heavy Silk Brocatelle,
extremely pretty and will wear
a lifetime, only $2.75 ? yard.
50-ihch fine Silk Tapestry,
1 R
now only 50c, usually 75c.
50-inch Turkish Tapestry for
Curtains and Upholstery, quite
the go just now. Si ;i yard.
29-inch Tapestry Velours, .
beautiful for furniture covering
and cushion covers, only 80c a
29-inch Corduroy for furni?
ture covering,- very pretty, 75c
a yard.
Upholsterer's Gimp, all
colors, .'!(? a yard.
Upholsterer's Cord, all
I colors, 5c and Sc a yard.
S Another big lot of Carpet
j Samples at an average of less
than half value. They make
good Rugs, or can be matclied
up and made into comfortable
lied room carpets'.
Heavy All-Wool Ingrains.
33c a square yard.
Heavy Ingrains at 25c a
square yard; xvorth 50c.
Heavy Ingrains at 10c a
square yard.
One case fine real Marseilles
White Counterpanes, the
biggest values we have ever
offered. They will make ;,
choice Christmas present, bul
you will have to get them at
once, they can't last the real
value is $1.75 -a bargain at
$1.25; you don't gel such a
chance often.

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