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26 Salem. - - - 25 Campbell.
The newest effects in II Silver Star
Madras are tu be had here lar l?c, per
Fine Cnnibric Percales, the very thing
for Shirt. Waists, and el the best riunlity,
12 1 -'Jo pt r yard.
Silk Stripe Piint Warp, lor warm
weather dres?cs, Uainty styles, 10c per
Henley Cheviots, double wnrp, the
prettiest styles you ever saw, 12 l-2c per
Couldn't get them last enough last sea?
son. Cot them now, thcngb, hundreds
of them, all the newest and best ideas.
Plaid Hells, covered buckle, 85o each.
Militaire Uelts, black, red, green, tan,
:i.rie each.
Belts, purse attached, in different
shades, 25e each, livery buckles.
Auel we are selling them at a great rate,
true, we si ll them at a moderate profit,
hut it pays.
Shepherd Checks are all the go just
now for sbiils at 25c per ^ yard (see
window display, i
Serges, Mohairs, Mi langes, lor suiting,
new shades, extra wi'Hh, 50c.
Every lady desires to have a silk waist;
we don't blame you, for*wc've tbe pretty
silks in plaids for making same, for !)Uc
per yard, worth $1.25.
Have yon looked at'our ?5c plain
Taffeta Silks, new colorings and com
hinatious ?
1'or every 'customer, whether he or she
has little or much money to invest.
White India leinen, from 5c to 50c per
White Check Muslins Irom oc to 25c
per yard
White Hamburg [Edges from 2c to
:;7 1 2c per yard.
White Nainsook Edges from ? 1-lc to
42o per yard.
Imported Swisses, Organdies, etc , etc.
We can mnke your rooms look prettier
with these stuffs.
4-1 Figured Drapery, Silkollne, some
of the prettiest combinations of "colors
you ever saw at 12 1 Jc pet yard.
?1 ?( Plain Silkollne, to use two colors
as a drapery, 10c per yard.
29-Inch Tinsel Draperies, for pillow
covering and cozy corners, 10c per yard.
26 Salem Ave
25 Campbell Ave.
Cut-Rate Prices:
Hull's Catarrh Cure.50
Carter'? Littlfl Liver Pills.15
California Fig Syrup.36
Warner's Preparations.80
Munyon's Remedies. 25c, now were.. .15
Kilmer's Swamp Kont was ?de, now. .115
German Household Dyes, {.acknge... .04
Scott's Emulsion C. I. O. . ..ItOoantl .70
Dr Miles'.Henudies, were*$l,*uo\v .. . .65
Hood's Snrsa pari lla.62
Paiue's Celery Compound m w.70
Simmons' Liver Hemilator, dry.17
Simmons'Liver Regulator, liquid... .85
Diamond D\e*. package.07
Pierce's Favorite Prescription.05
Pierce's Golden Mtdical Discovery... .05
HucKleu's Arnica Salve.15
Piukham's Vegetable Compound.05
Rite's Pain Cure.18
Hand's Remedies.IS
Warner's Heniedie?.8"
Laxa'ive Fig Syrup.25
Dr. Greene's Ncr\ura .
Wampoli's Emulsion .75
Slooum's Psychine.2.50
llo'sford's Acid Phosphate.115
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.115
Perunit, ?1 size.71
Hostetter's Hitters.08
Brown's Jamaica Ginger ?de, now. .. .118
B ml we 1 Pa F.m u 1 s I on.7 ?""?
King's New Discovery, small.SO
King's New Discovery, large.
Cuticura Soap.15
Cor. .TetTerson street and Salem avenue.
Mixed Hon Hons.
MIxed Chocolates.
Chocolate Creams.
Aborted Carmels.
Assorted Taffy.
Crystallxed fruits.
Chocolate in Cakes.
Licorice Tablets.
Breakfast Cocoa.
Factory prices. Out of town orders
hole Agent.
Married couple wish hoard; good loca?
tion. Terms moderate. Address R. X.
Y., care rimes.
Rev. R. R. .Tones, on behalf of his con?
gregation, wishes to thank their white
friends lor $108.40 paid to him since
Jenuary 22.; 181)8 of this amount $51.25
was In Iris last report of February 1, and
,$52.15 has heeu given since that date,
making a grand total or $103.40. The
following amounts make up the last re?
port: C May. $1; C. W. C Woolwlne,
$10; S. W. Jnmleson, $1; Geo. MoCahnu,
$1; Sihert & Co., 13i. $2: R. A. Buckner,
$1; James Devo ?, $1: E. L. Stone, $1;
Roauoke Music Co., $1; .T. !W. Hoswell,
$1; C. I). Maston, $1; W. K Andrewr,
$">; G. W. Sisler. $5; W. K. Coulhurn,
$1; Stone Printing and Manufacturing
Co , $2.?0; W. Lee, 50 cents; St. Claii
Bros., 41; W. F. Bryant, $2.50; W. C.
Burns, $1; liulf, Andrews ?& Thomas.
$5; C. E. Roberts, $1; D. W. Hunt, 25
cpnts; G. T. Kllis, 25 cents; W. ,7. Houser,
1") cents: C. T. Payne, $1; S. S. Nyburg,
$1; C. T. Patterson, $1; J. B. Foster, $2;
Philadelphia One Price Clothing House,
$1, The congregation also thanks the
City Council 'or the use of Ithe Opera
House for the benefit of our el,arch, for
by so doing we made clear of all expenses
$01.75. Surely the Lord is in this place
and we know it not, but as I have not
been ablejjto c ill on a*jurent many of* our
business men as yet, 1 pray that the
u'ood I.oid will not uepart before 1 call
Yours tor the Master's cause,
R H. JONES. Box 505.
Mr. I.. Netlnnd, president cf the Elk
horn-Alaska Gold Mining and Develop?
ment Co , who is stopping at the Ponce
de Leon Hotel, has a lot of gold nuggets
direct from Klondike, which he takes
pleasure In showinir. Call aoil see them.
ROLL TuP DESKS, Typewriter Desks
?everything in the.Desk Line. The Fish
burn Co.
Rev. Dr. IL H. Hawes was installed
on Sunday morning, the 20th. as pastor
of the Presfcyterian Church at Bedford
City, by a comu.ittee of the Presbytery
of Montgomery appointed for the pur?
pose. Rev. P. B. Price, of Buchanan,
presided, propounded the constitutional
questions aud delivered the charge to
the people. Rev T. M. McCorkle, of
Lynchbnrg, delivered the char"0 to the
pastor. At night the Rev. T. M. Mac
Corkle preached. The large attendance
in Inclemeut weather showed the Interest
of the congregation and community.
Dr. Hawes has been most kinsly received
aud enters upon" his )pastoral work en?
couraged by the hearty sympathy aud co?
operation of his people.
Onr Acme is the best domestic Coal on
the market, $4 per ton. J. H. WILKIN?
The Sunday-school and young people
of St. J lines Church will give a box so?
cial at Bohn's Hall on Park street to?
night beginning at 7:45. The committee
who have the matter in hand are using
every effort to make, this affair a com?
plete success. All friends of the church
and Sunday-school are requested to at?
tend. Doors open ar. 7:'J0.
Genuine Brush Mountain Coal. The
liest substitute for Anthracite. $"> per ton.
Lenten services in Bt. John's Church
during this week will he as follows: Ash
Wednesday 11 m.;- 5:50 p. m., 20 min?
utes service. Thursday, Holy Com?
munion 10:15 a m.; 5:50 p. nr. 20 min?
utes service. Friday, 5:50 p. n . ~0 nin?
nies service
thor of "Quo Vadis"?at tho Fishburn
VALUE RECEIVED is what yon get.
when von Imv Ovsters and Lunches of
nil kluds at THE STAR LUNCH
ROOM, 137 Salem avenue, J. H Green
way, Manager.
Breakfast 2G cents; dinner, 25 cents;
supper, 25 cents Meal tickets, $4. J.
J. Catognl's restaurant
Sunday uigbt at 0:40 at his residence,
421 Church avenue, Alexander B. Ma
hood, an old and highly respected citizen
of this city, passed quieOy away after
but h short illness of heart diseast. Mr.
Mahood was horn in Petersburg almost
715 years ago and received his first busi?
ness training iu a Petersburg bank.
Twenty-five years age he became assist?
ant treasurer of the Atlnntic, Mississippi
and Ohio Railroad Company and re?
mained with that company until it was
merged into the Norfolk and Westren
and since that time he has been employed
by that company^and^has always held re?
sponsible positions which ha tilled with
accuracy and efficiency. While yet a
young man he became u member of the
Methodist Church and at once entered
eagerly into the work of spreading the
religion of Christ. Ir 1877having moved
to Lynchburg he connected himself with
the Memorial Methodist Church of that
city, and became the superintendent of
the Sunday school which position he held
until about two and a half years ago
when he moved to this city. Aft?r coui
Ine to this city he Immediately became
connected with Trinity Methodist Church
and was always active in all church
wirk. Ho was a man and a Christian in
the fullest meaning of the word and iu
bis denth this community has lost one of
its best citizens whose uprightness and
Christian beariuvr is worthy 'if emulation
Mis wife died about thre" years ago and
he never fully recovered from the shock
caused by her death Wltbiu a few
months prior to his death Mr. Mabood
had been compelled by failing health, to
give up a very responsible position in fcne
auditor's office of tbo Norfolk and Wes?
tern which he had Illleu for many years
with untiring energy aud accuracy. He
leaves a Inrge family, six daughters and
'hree sons and a iargo number of friends
to whose hearts his death brings sorrow
and pain. Three of hisdaugsters, Misses
Kan nie, Urace and Li Hie reside in thi?
city while two married daughters live in
Lynchburg, they being Mrs M. E.
Shelley and Mrs. L. I?. Horner, and an?
other mariied daughter, Mrs. Porter
Hardy, lives at Enfleld, Hanover county.
Of his sons John A. Mahood lives in
Lynchburg while the other two C. P. and
Krank Mahood live here. The funeral
will take place at 5 p. m. this afternoon
from the family residence, to which all
the frieutL of the family are invited to
attend, snil the remains will be taken to
Petersburg in niulit for interemnt Wet'
tlesday morning in the Rlanford Ceme?
tery. The funeral cortege will leave the
Petersburg depo: ior tho cemetery at
8:30 o'clock Wednesday mornintr. The
honorary pall-bearers are: J, S. Wynne,
Jos. IV Lacy, J. B. Andrews, H. D.
Guy. N. H. Haz.lewood, L. Blair, J. H.
Dunningtnn, Gooch Vanghan, ("apt. A.
G. Williams. W. H. Moore. Dr. John'I/.;
ard. Following are the active pall bear?
ers: Jos. W. Coxe, R J. Anderson. -I <).
Kinnicr, R. Ii. Lit/.ell, W. li. Moss, Lacy
The price list of VanLear Bros, at the
right band corner of the tirst page will
interest, you
The sociable '?hieb was to have been
given to-night ut Belinont Methodist.
Church under the auspices of the Kp
worth League of that church has been
postponed until next. Tuesday niuht at
which time their friends will be welcome.
"Thero is no fake about it. The Klk- '
horn Alaska Cold Mining and Develop- |
merit Company will do an honest,
straight-forward, legitimate business,
and to this end its officers have pledged
their earnest elTorts aud best skill, de?
siring only a success iu which all may i
share. Call at th*- Ponce de Leon Hotel
and have a talk with Mr. L. Netland,
who is in the city in the interest of his
Cut by an art ist. Price ieduced to 15c.
Yon can find me at 25 Salem avenue s.
w., opposite Rosen bau m's Drv Goods
Store. S. H. SCOTT.
Healed proposals for breaking macn- j
dam in tho Cedar Blufl Quarry, for the J
city of Roauoke, will be received by W.
E. lhomas, clerk, until noon of Match 1,
City Engineer.
Pure Sperm < >il, not the dry
tlou't mini?per bottle.
Lucca Olive Oil, pure and swee
it?full pint. .
Pure White Castile Soap (not s
Allcock's Porous Plasters.10
Acme Headache Powders, 8do?es.10
Acme Corn Cure, guaranteed.25
Acme Cough Syrup, 3J oz. bottle.25
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.38
Angostura Bitters, worth $ 1.50
Atomizers, cut to 34c aud.Hi
acme Liniment, 514 ounce bottle.25
Acme Witchbazel Lotion, for the skin. .25
Bird Seen (liuist's).07
Benson's Capciue Plasters.15
Belladonna Plasters, best.15
Bromo Kola, 10c size.05
Bulb Syringes, two pipes.21
Borated Talcum Powder, sprinkler
Rath Brushes, S7c, 07c, 45c and.23
Box oi Writing Paper, 10c kind.04
Carter's Little Liver Pills.13
Compound Syrup Hypopbosphites. . . .75
Chest Protectors cut tn.iis
Cuticura Resolvent.7b and .37
Cuticura Ointment.:>7
Cuticura Soap, cake.In
Chamberlain's Medicines.35 and .18
Chicheoter's Pennyroyal Pills.1.(50
Castoria cut to.21
Cocoa Wine. Vin Marian!.95
Colgate's Violet Water, 25c size.13
Cigarette Holders, 5c kind.01
Cloth Brushes, <*>7c, -15c, 2:>c and.00
Complexion Brushes, OScand.(57
Cigars, per box ot 50.00
Cam phorline, sells every wdtere for 25c, . 13
Diamond Dyes, 7 cents, '?> for.20
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Root.M5
Dr. Miles' Medici ties, cut to 05c and. .1"'
Dry Goods store Vaseline, full -l/.e.. ,03
Dr. Hand's Medicines, for children. .18
Fragrant .Antiseptic Dentifrice.25
Fountain Syringe, 2 <>u.irt tize, now. .35
French Hri.tr Pipes, gold mounted,
in cases.1.00
German Household Dyes.04
Code's Peptomangans.75
Malt's Catarrh Cute.50
Hilo's Pain Cure.18
200?Either 'SMione 200
And Hence They
"A man is known by (ho "company ho
Above are the pictures cf two well
known and noule gentlemen. One is the
Rt. Rev. Bishop Edward Wilson, 1). 1") ,
LL. 1)., and the other is Rev. J. K.
Uankin, D. D , LL. Ik, president ol"
Howard University, Washington. 1). C.
These gentlemen have secured the high
uositious they hold and. iho confidence
which everyone ha:i in theui through the
fidelity they have shown to humanity
and the oauso they represent. They are
nren who have the confidence of ail who
know them; men who love humanity and
seek by every means in their power to do
everything to beuelit it.
it is notable, though not strange, that
hoth these gentlemen have found great
help and assistance from the same source,
namely one of tho great discoveries of
the age.
Yesterday several letters were received
by the National Business Cclleue from
students who will enter tho school soon.
I-'. M. Evans, trom Washington, met
with the school in tho chapel yesterday
morning and expressed his gratification
at the increased Improvement in this
school over any other which he has visi?
ted in the South. Mr. Evans visits all
husiness schools and he evidently paid
our city Business Collegj a high compli?
ment in hia remarks, lie said: "When
you get through with your work let nie
know it. 1 have placed seve-al students
from your school in my city of whom I
am proud and who Are doing justice to
themselves and the National Bosluess
The Martha Washington Tea to he
given at the First Baptist Church to?
night is to promote social Intercourse
an ong members of the congregation and
for tho pleasure of all. No admission
will he charged, hut there will he a tree
will olTeriug. All are Invited.
.hist received to swell our already large
steck of Rubber, Horn and Celluloid
PRICES. We especially call your atten?
tion to "THE SAMPSON" UnbreaKnbie
BLE Comb. At 23 cents, formerly . ell
ing for 85 cents.
Joseph Cohn"s Sons, of Lynchburg,
Vft., have a large ad. o.i the seventh page
of The Times, which will repay Us peru
sal. The citizens ol Roauoke know this
old and reliable firm
ish Prices!
goods' store kind?our's
;?we bottle and guarantee
;reen) per pound. 2?C
Hood's Sarsaparilla only.(52
Hair Brushes. 45c, 29c, 17c aud.07
Infants' Brushes, -15c, 28c and.1!)
Liver Pills.05
Lot of 15c aud 10c toilet son; .-.05
Laxative Brorno Quinine is. 15
Menueu's Borated Talcum Powder.. .14
Mnnyou's Medicines are.15
Nursing Bottle, with nipple, for.00
Nail Brushes, 2f>c. 1 tie, 12c and.10
Phenol Sudieiue, large. .'-"?
Paiue'a Celery Compound.70
Powdered Borax, pure, per pound- . . .10
Pierce's Pellets cut to.18
Pierce's Favorite Prescription.05
Piukham's Yegetahle Compound.05
Perfumery, triple extracts, pern/ . .20
Pearls of Violets, quadruple, uer oz. .-Id
Pipes. 50, -Id and 35c 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,
Simmons' Liver Regulator, dry, for. .17
Slocttm's Psychine.3.50
Slocttm'a Ozomulsiou.70
Slocum's Colt's Foot Expectorant. .. .70
Slncttm's Lazy Liver Pills.IS
Strengthening Ph sters.Id
Scott's Emulsion, large.70
SarsaparUla, $1 size.50
S. S. S., large, $1.10; small cut to. . . .00
Syrup of Figs, genuine.35
Sweet Maiden Soap, box ciiKes. . . .- .10
Shoe Brushes, $1.25, S7c, 07c and.28
Shoe Sets, $1.25, S7c, 03c and.45
Shaving Brushes, 3?c, 2:1c, N- ami.08
Stransdown Pace Powder cut to. 05
Talcum Ptwder, Sprinkler Top.05
Toilet paper, 11)00 sheets, worth 15c . .i>7
Tint's Pills.15
Tooth Brushes, 25c, 17c, s- and.04
Whisk Brooms, 35c, is, l". and.08
Williams' Barber's Soap, t> cakes... ,80
'He Puts Up Prescriptions,"
Opposite Passenger Depot.
Give Good Advice Ab
Life Happier.
Bisher: Wil=on says: "I have taken
Warner's Safe Cure with great advantage
and derived much benellt from its use,
and unhesitatingly recommend it to my
In speaking upon this subject, Dr.
Rnnkln says: "I have known of many
who have been permanently cured of dis?
eases of the kidneys and urinary organs
by the use of Warner's Safe Cure. I
know. too. of its being used iu similar
cases by physicians of the highest stand?
ing. This remedy I want iu the cause of
humanity to recommend.''
Men lik" Bishop Wilson and Dr. Ran
kin do not speak hastily or of things of
which they are not .fully aware. They
lore men and women and desire to see
them n mle, physically as well as morally,
I better. Thousands of dollars could not
tor a moment tempt them to make stat
ments like the above unless they knew
positively that they were true.
Attention is called to Barnes' ad. on
j thN page. It is a long list but the oriees
I will interest you. Should you need any
! thing in his bne give him a call. Es pec
! ial attention is directed to the pure Luc?
ca Olive Oil tor salads which Mr. Harnes
carries in stock. Nothing better on the
market and very little that is so good.
Ask him for it.
DUPLICATE Whist Outfits at the Fish
burn Company's.
TO-DAY ONLY?Six largo Bhoto
srraphs for 00 cents. LANDES, 111 1-2
Salem avenue.
out How to Make
There are men innumerable who have
beeu woru out by the rares and strains
of life, who nre'.less energetic- auil active
than formerly; who feel a lack 01 ambi?
tion when they should lie energetic, and
who do not know the cause. Tneto is
hut one cause for all these troubles, and
that is, kidney or liver disease.
There are many women who are unac?
countably pale, sallow, sickly, who lack
appetite and are virtually a burden to
their friends and yet who do not realize
the oeenslou of such troubles. It all
arsies fron; female difficultties cansed by
imperfect kidneys. To all such the oat
spoken words atove quoted should come
as iv blessing.
When such Well known and uoble
men as the above speak in such Trank
aud manly term* as they do of a remedy,
they thoroughly know there canuot h*
the slightest iptestion as to ita great
merits and its power to benefit mankind.
The wonderfully liberal prices .aud
terms we are now offering on latest, style
pianos and orpins. No notes to sign.
Pay nccordlng to what, you make basis
makes you safe. Roauoke Music Com?
pany, C. T. 'Jennings, Manager, 22 .Sa?
lem avenue.
OUR EAST WINDOW is full of Box
Papers?-a snmp'e of what we have in?
side. You can bay any box of paper";in
our house at less than'cost. The Fish
burn Co.
LOST. - Pair of St. Bernard Dons.
'Color waite and orange. Reward, Ul/S
South JeIIerson street.
We propose to make things lively this week. We have on
hand a good many suits, one and two of a kind, about twenty
five Overcoats, two and three of a kind, anil sonn' forty or fifty
pairs of Men's Trousers, different sizes and different kind*.
The cloth, cut, and workmanship arc 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 which
its fellows have been sold, bill 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 the
store will be set oil' for these bargains, and our readers are in?
vited to see the exhibit. It may contain several things that
you want.
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, sleetus
lined with Satin. Some are lined all through with the samt"
quality of silk that the reputable tailor puts in Iiis $50 eoatn.
COLLARS are made of SILK VELVET. No better qualities
were ever pu4 in Overcoats. The prices are $5 for the $7.5*
quality; $7.50 for the $10.00 quality, $10.00 for the $15.00
quality, $15.50 for the $18.00 quality, $16.00 for the $20.00
quality, $24.00 for the *.'M.0<> and #:i.r>.<)0 quality. Our $24
coats areas good as any reputable merchant tailor can produce
for $50.
In Checks, Plaids. Black and Bine Cheviots, and Clay
Worsted, sizes are limited, each one is of the latest cut. Lin?
ings, workmanship and lit second to none. Prices range like
this: $5.00, $0.00, *7..r>o, $8.00 and $10.00 for these broken
lots. Every 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 $l..r>0 to
&4. Every pair must be sold as we need room for our Spring
fi|, B,?We have some spring bargains in Men's Heavy Un?
derwear and Fancy Bosom Shirts, ranging in price from .">Tc
up for Shirts each and 39c lip per garment lor underwear.
fasn 8 W W S bLeb b&x3 fS Clothiei and Furnisher,
Campbell Avenue Und JcQcrson Street?

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