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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 December 1890

THE CLOSING OF THE SCHOOLS. Th? Reports of the Last Month Handed in. Tora? ?f Successful Work Under Great Blsadvnntagi>n--A Decided Fntllng Oft* mm Account or Um Ilig Sterin ? The SohooU to lteopen the Flrat Monday in .r*iui?rjr -- 1 ho Hew School Dulldiae Will he Kcady. '. Hotwitbstanding tho difficulties that lb* sebool board has undergone during the past torm iu the way of scaroitr of fundB, tho showing that tbs school stakes at tho beginning of the Christ arias holidays is Tory good. There wore no examinations in any of the schools at the elose, duo largolj to tho faot that the attendanoo was small on assount of the snow and its oonucqaenecs. The examinations will bo held at the begin ?ing of tho yoar. There was no report xaade by tho tsaehero for tho past torn. Tho teach? ers aro only required to send in monthly reports and a report at lbs end of tho school year. Sepcrintendeat Herr told a Timks re? porter that tho school building in tho First ward, northwost section, is now...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 December 1890

A CHRISTMAS SERMON. A Day for Rejoicing and Sinless; Pleasure. "foaoTd sorrow from thy heart ami put ??11 from thy tlesh." Boo., zl-10. Clod bss shows his good will toward ?u is a special manner by endowing ui with faesUios ler onjojmont, and Ha slndly provided tho objects and means for she sxeroUo and gratification of tssso faeultios. Thoro censes not a day but that we may Sud some enjoyment, bot is addition to this how niany special ?evasions of onjoyment wo find in tbe present life. lint, a few woeks ago wo were called by onr President to celebrate -a- nation's thanksgiTing. That has hardly ?eased to cheer our hearts, and now we ?ro eallod by a proclamation of hear/en to commemorato tho great fust of she revelatioa of "Paaeo en earth and good will to mon." ThiB we pronounce the litten!, occasion of all tbo yoar for pulling away sorrow from our hearts end otII from our flesh. Did uot Cod set in the oxamplo when He, from Mis proat soul, presented tbe world with the matohloss gift o...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 December 1890

IS YOUR WIFE WELL? WE WOMEN OF AMERICA ARE THE LARGEST CONSUMERS OP 9. 8. 9. Ist NEVER FAILS TO R?STO?B BROKEN DOWN MHALTH WIEN .'CAUSED BY (?POVERI3HTO BLOOO CHS THE CARES OF HHE HOUSEHOLD. (WER TEN THOOSANO H$r THE ?EST WOMttN CSrF THE COUffTBV ?JUSTIFY TO THIS. t Don't fail to seed ?er Mr fee** 49 btead diseases. Made? free. Swift SrBcm* Oo., Attestta, $s? NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tko ?seson RA DAM'S MICROIIIS KIL? LER is tbo moat won dorful medioine, is bo o:iu.-.:> it has novor failed in any instance, no mafclnr what the disease, from Leprosy to thoslmplc/stdisoase known to thu human sysiom. Tho Keiontiflu man of fco-daj olbim and prove tliat every disoaso is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? I Baton's HicroliB Killer MxU-?ruinates tbo niorohes aivd drives them out of the syshiin, and when that is done you cannot have an aohn or pain. No matter what the disoass, whether a simple ease of malaria foyer or a combi? nation ol diseases, we ours them all at the sarao time, as wo tr?...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 December 1890

Goods. Have opened up a large line specially suited for Chris of new goods presents. Toilet Sets. Blegmat plusk cases, hand? some plush albums at 75c, $1, $1.75, $8.50 to $5 each. Princess Alice bags and Pocketbooks. Dolls, Dolls, Sails, Dolls, Dolls. Bisque and iudestructable BOOKS. Picture books, story lx>oks, booklets, tables and easels, toys and games. Ladies' &Gentlemens' Umbrellas Hundreds to choose from, and at low prices. Ladlci' and Gentlemen's Handkerchiefs. Linen and silk, hemstitched, embroidered and initialed, plain and bordered, from 3c to 1 dolls all ?i*es and aj all prices, j $3.50 each. Towels and Table Linens, Linen sets, plain, white and fancy borders from $2.75 to $9 a set; plain white and fancy bordered knotted finger towels from 19c to $1.75 each. P 184 SALEM AVENUE S. W. I k CLOTHfMG AT PRIME COST. In order to hnve wj store ruaiodeled tor my Spring and Summer Stock, I will now offer mj entire, stock of clothing and genta' furnishings at PRIME COST, Goia...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 26 December 1890

Call on I J. R. HO OKA DAY, ?TkeFloneor Agent, for * Beanoko lloal Estate. 1 VOL. IX.-NO. 85. F SPECIAL NOT1CHS. OR RUNT. We will offer for ront ?nvil tbo first of January a largo office on the first floor ??f the Exchange building for ?20 per ?lontrb. Rent to begin from January 1st, ltivl. Call at once on, or address WILBUR S. POLE &. CO.. Rooms 3 w*ntl *? Exohango Building. 0T1CE. Wo can sell lots in th* beart of t/ho town at 25 to 40 per Cent, lower than any other lots near them can be bought for. SIMMONS, AMB LER & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buobanan, Va. ?fiiao oornor Washington and Water Streets. WHIG IIAS ITS CHARMS. Wo deairo to call the attention of the citizens of Roanoke and Southwest Vir? ginia to our uxtensive stock of superb pianos of tho following makes. We mention separately tho celebrated " Everett," ono of the. best; also the j Weber, Stcok and a number of others of j fine make. We sell them on easy terms ! and guarantee all of them to give entire satisfactio...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 26 December 1890

!THE REALM OF FASHION Novoltioa That May Bo Doscrlbod as Comtno H Faut. Shoes of Fubrica with T^treo Antlquo , Hackle.*?Something Now In Hosiery? Chic Huts niid Kur* Tlint niuko l*r*>tty Woman I'rettler. [COPYIUOUT, 1890.] Tho bosi com promt 80 mndo between a too sturdy-looking English hoot and ono of French origin is a walking shoo of soft Dongola with taxings of patout leather and what is called tho French half-heel. Ladies aro now having their carriage shoes made of rich fabrics and decorated with largo antique silver and jowoled buckles. House shoes have never been nioro iilegant than at present, and tho truo QRKKK SANPAL AND KVKNINQ SLIPPERS. Lacedemonian might revel among the attractive rod slippers, shoes, and san? dals whh :! dlsllngni >h every collection. These are exclusively for tho house and for morning toilette, for which tiiey aro popi.lar with every kind of stocking; and though the latter in all its Intrica? cies of coloring and design and delicato and sodtictiv...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 26 December 1890

A RAILROAD'S FEELINGS. Bow a Traveler Gleanotl Some Strictly Original Information. I "I should like to go out to Lansing on your road," said a man at tho ticket office of tho Third street depot the other day. . "Vory well." > "What ia tho fare?" :( "Two forty." ' "That is too much. I must econo? mize. I am always willing to he just and liberal, but there is a limit to my finances. I will give you two dollars." '?Can't do it." ' "I will put the cash rightdown inyour hand." i "No use." '? "Then 1 can't go. I have to econo? mize." "I'll tell you how yen can get out for $1.50," said the agent. . "How?" j. "Walk." "By George, old roan, shake! I'll do it. I'm a thousand times obliged. 1 thought of It first, but i didn't want to hurt tho railroad's feelings an 1 so l:*pt still. Put ,'er thar, and if I ran ever help you save a dollar I'll go a mile to do it.'"?Detroit .Free Press. Not I'p in Nautical Tonas. ' A lonzo Gushinglon (to Miss Anastasia, Prim, bis affianced)?See yon yacht, An? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 26 December 1890

THE RO?NOKE TIMES. ftVBBY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. JROANOKE TIM KS PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors. TIM KS RUlLDlNG, Sbird avonuo and First street, Southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 131. Tns Tim KS will bo delivered in Itoanoko, Sn :?u, and Vlntou every morning l)y carriers lor oonts per month. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, one month ,.? ?:">'' *' three months.I-fjO " six months . .... ?J.O0 ** ono year. AM papers sent out or the city must be paid j for invariably in advance. J THE WEEKLY TIMES. Tiir Wr.Kici.Y Tim up, containing the news of Midweek in a more condensed form, ono year, % KU) in advance. Advertising rates niaao known on applica? tion. _ Items of news, communications, etc., should too addressed to ilio Editor of THE Timi:s. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg MbM-cd letter, cheque, or, draft, should be ad d?wsed und made payable to THE ROANOKEiTIMES^PURLISHING CO.) Itoanoko, Virginia. Ent<v*>i at the Postofllco at Koanoke ns sec ?nd-ehiss ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 26 December 1890

CHRISTMAS CHURCH SERVICES. "Peace on Earth, Good Will Toward Men" Th? Thome of tho ChrlHtmas DImc-oiii-hcr? HorTlces at th? Hulia-opal, the M?th<> dlxt nml tho Cnth?ltc Churolion?The Music, unit tho Choirs nml the Ser? mons. Tho Christmas day 3crvico at St. John's Episcopal Church was conducted by Dr. Mcnde, tho rector. Tho plcasuro of tho sOrvic? was in? creased by tho excellent music of the choir, under tho leadership of Prof. Paul Goerncr. Tho special music, in which tin; organ was presided over by Prof. Uoorner, was accompanied by the 'cello and violin played by Messrs. Vatotnan and Cary respectively, was the grand Christmas anthem, "Adoste Fidelis," tlio BoncdiotUS by Donks; the anthem "Arise, Shine for Thy Light is Come," and Thomas' "To Denn?.'' Mrs. lt. S. Johnston was the loading j soprano and soloist, and the other mem? bers of tho oboir were Misses Nannie Hillary, and Lueilo Thomas, and Edward Watts basso. Tho hymns sung during | the reading of the Christmas service...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 26 December 1890

XOUT11 CAKOl.lNA NKWS. *Xli?> Scnntorshlp <>uosti?u Satisfactorily Settled. AYinstok, N. C, Doc. 25.?Thon? no longer remains any doubt of the re-elec? tion of Sonator Vance. The differences which have existed between Vance and tho Fariuors' Alliance, in connection ?with his attitude toward tho Subtreas ury bill, have boon settled. Prosidont Elias Carr addressed Senator Vance a letter in which ho asked him this ques? tion : "If the legislature instructs you to advocate and vote for the Sub treasury plan of financial reform, will you carry out said instructions in good faith ?" Senator Vance's reply was as fol? lows: "I recognize tho old Democratic doctrine of the people to instruct their representatives to the fullest extent to which it has over been carried in North Carolina. I hold that tho will of the people, clearly and unequivocally ex pressed, must bo obeyed unless couipll anco would involve tho representative in a. moral wrong, in which case ? would be Iiis duty to re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 26 December 1890

THE SKIN. Is an important factor in keeping good health; if it doos not act in tho ?Tray intended by nature, its functions ?are performed by other organs,? the Kidneys and tho Lungs; and the result is a breakdown of general health. ^Swift's Specific tiro remedy of nature to stimulate the skin to proper action. It never falls in this, and always accomplishes 'the purpose. Send for our treatise on tho Dlood and Skin Diseases. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. ijkk Success. ?ho reason RADAM'S MICR01JE KIL? LER i I I ho most won i dorful mcdicim . is be? cause it has never f:ii led in any ins) unoi?. no nr?ltor what the disease, from I,euro- y I to the slmplcstdiscaso known to the human system. The Bcientlflc men of to-day claim and prove thai ovory dlscust is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? Exterminates the nicrobes and drives them out of th. system, and when that is done you cannot have an ache or pain. No mat ter what tin-disease, whether a simple case of malaria lever or a combi? nation of...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 26 December 1890

Have opened up a large line specially suited for new g Toilet Sets. BOOKS. Jtlegant plush cases, hand- Picture books, story books, some plush albums at 75c, $1, booklets, tables and easels, toys and games. Ladies' & Gentlemens1 Umbrellas Hundreds to choose from, and at low prices. Princess Alice bags, Towels and Table Linens, and Pocketbooks. , LaMMt inA p^,^ nflnnkfirr.hiP.fs Linen sets, plain, white and .-1 t ! ; Linen and silk, hemstitched, j fancy borders from $2.75 to $9 , BollS, DollS, OoilS, BOllS. embroidered aIld initialed, j sl set;, plain white and fancy Bisque and indestructable : plain and bordered, from 3c to j bordered knotted finger towels ololls ?11 sizes and at all prices. ! $3.50 each. from 19c to $1.75 each. 134 SALEM AVENUE S. W. In order to Lato lay store remodeled for my Spring and Summer Stock, I will now offer my entire stock of clothing and gonts' furnishings at PRIME CO ST Come early and get ohoioo selection. STAR CLOTHING HOUSE 53 SALEM AVENUE. ^W* A?...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 27 December 1890

Call on J. R. HOCK ADA'S. Thu Plonoer A|;un;, '. lor ' Boanoko ltoal Estate. VOL. IX.?NO. 86. SPBCIAL NOT1CE8. J^ou hunt. Wo will ofTor for rent until the first of January a largo ofiloo on the first fioor of the Kxchango building tor ?20 per month, Rent to begin from January 1st, 1801. Call at onuo on, or address WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. M^otice" We can sell lots in tho heart of the town at 25 to -10 per cent, lower than any other lots near them can ho bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER & CO., \ real estate ?uents, h _ Buchanan, Va. Office- oornor Washington and Water trcct*. jj^/?US10 HAS ITS CHARMS. ? Wo desiro to call thr: attention of tho j. _ citizens of Roanoko and Southwest Vir? ginia to our extensive stock of superb pla-.ios of tho following makes. Wo mention separately tho celebrated " Everett," ono of tho boat; also tho Wober, Steck and a numhor of other.; of fine make. Wo sell them on easy terms and guaranloo all of thetn to give entire sa...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 27 December 1890

SERV ANTG ALISM. Mi?s Mary Ann McGInty DiscusseB tho Subject. A riillo?upher In rotticonts Encountered liy ? t'hir?io Ni>\v?p?por Sinn? The Kill hon DciuuikIh tu Ho Heard l>y the Parlor. [Special Chicago' ?orrespontlenco.l [IB CAME trip? ping down tlio Stops, basket Oll arm ami smile on lips, protty and trim, and bright and rat? tling as a new trotting wagon with red and fro 1 d-s t r i p e d whools was she. 1 bad met M iss Mary Ann at t ho picnic Of t he 1'. 0. I?. X. V. Q. Hibernians. ? I joined her in bor walk to tho store, and it required but Introduction of the subject :>?h1 short spaco of timo for the lively ti n r'uo to give me. ? itb its brcguo < xpanrifd by oxcitomcnt, hor under- ido version of tbat great ques? tion In doniebtic economy?"Servant galtsni." "Ochl but they make mo weary rn tlroly wld ther continual stomac'-achin' 'beut th' sarvint gurrlls., Sure th' nlrth ;tin'l. enough for 'em. tboydo be wnntin' th' very bevins an1 th' angels that's tlicr' to bp t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 27 December 1890

FOREIGN GOSSIP. ' ?Old llattorson bridge, tho solitary Surviving pilo bridge on tho Thames, is to bo pulled down. ?Wedding-rings aro not infrequently worn by husbands in Germany, and tho custom is growing in England. ?Tho finest hand-spun Rolgian flax, such as is used in making costly laco, is worth from ?900 to $1,000 a ton. ?Tho hottest region on tho oarth is in tho vicinity of tho Persian Gulf, whoro tho thermometer Is said to havo boon not lower than 100 dogrocs for forty vonsccutivo days and nights dur? ing tho months of July and August. ?Rouen and llavro are making great efforts to prevent Paris from becoming a seaport by tho deepening of tho chan? nel of tho Rivor Seino. Thoso nourish? ing seaports realize that thoir trado would bo gono if Paris should become a port. ? Edward Wakofiold.in his History of New Zealand, estimates that tho intro? duction of bumblo hoes into that coun? try has already profited tho farmers to tho extent of $5,000,000. Uoforo thoir introduction it wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 27 December 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. BTBBY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKK TIMKS PUBLISHING CO., PuoHnihtb and Proprietors. TIM KS BUILDING, Palrd avenue Mid First street, southwest. TELEPHON? NUMUKU 131. Tnr, Tivtr* will bodollverodIn Itonnokc, Su? ltan, und vim.m every morning i>y carrion for oonts nor i lonth. TERMS, HV MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, ono mom h. " throe months.IJg " Bixmo-. MiB . ..jjj * ono y. ii.,'-,!0 AH pinere pent out of tho city must bo paid tor invariably In advance. TIIK WBHKLY TIMES. Tfiit Wbeki t Time,?. oontAlninpr tho news of tho wools in n tnoro coudenrtod form, ono your, $1.00 in advance. Advertising rutos mane known on applica? tion. Item* of iv M-s coiittiiMiloattnnft, etc.. should bead. .llttiturofTiibTimks. Ro'"it??no(>?>. ! v o' liroas, money-order, riV isfon letter, oik i .. or draft, should be ad drassod aitd nitidi payii 'oto THE ROANOKK TIMBB|TUBLIS1I1NG CO. Itonnokc. Vlnrima. Kntc- '. at flic I'oiUoinooaf ttoanoke'n? ?eo ond-c'...? ii ntt??r. Thk T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 27 December 1890

A REMEDY WANTED. Housekeepers Complain of tho Forestalling of Produce. There- has recently boon great dissat? isfaction among tho people of tho city on account of tbo forestalling of the market produce. Tho prosent regula? tions of the market seem to bo unsatis? factory to tbo people who buy thoir daily supplies there. At present, any licensed dealer in the e.ily can go to tho market and buy any? thing or everything that is offered. The hucksters who have stands about the market are allowed the same privi? leges as to selling that are given those who bring produce to sell. They are licensed as other dealers, but aro not allowed to sell except during market hours. Any lict:iis:'d grocery doalor can buy anything that is ottered, but no one is allowed to doul in live fowls of any kind away from the markets. No per? son can sell from carts or wagons any kind of produce except at the market, unless he conies into the city after mar? ket hours. The complaint of the people is that huckster...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 27 December 1890

OOD morning," said tho affable stranger, enter? ing tho oflice. 1 represent tho Squeehawken Mutual Lifo Insur? ance Company?capital. $0,000,000. 1'vo called to see if you would not tako out a policy, and?" "Sit right down," said tho busy mer? chant, "and we'll talk it over. Excuse mo; but will you hand mo that hottlo labelled 'Cure fox Consumption?' It's my time to take it. Thanks! Ho on." "Tho rates aro exceedingly low," con? tinued tho agent, "and?for Heaven's sake, sir! Shall I call a dot-tor?" "Oh, no, thanks!" feehly moaned the merchant, picking himself up from tho floor; for he had fallen out of his chair as if in a faint. "It's only a slight at? tack of heart disease or paralysis?I don't know just which. I'm quite fre? quently affected. Now, plcaso goon." The agent was not quite so enthusi? astic, hut he wenton. "As 1 said, the rales are scarcely any thing; and, fn your case, we would ho pleased to make a discount, so you seo "Yes," interrupted the merchant. "Please excuse ni...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 27 December 1890

HAVE YOU SEEN IT? We refer to tho full and comprehensive treatise ou the Blood and skir Whether you arc sick or well, every home should have a copy. If you are zvell, It tells you how to keep bo.' If you are sick, it tolls you how to regain your health, This valuable pamphlet will bo mail, ed free to applicants. Tuk SwiiT Specific Co., Atlanta. Ga LIKE SUCCESS. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is the most won? derful medicine, is be? cause it has never failed in any instance, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy to tho simplest disease known to tho human system. 'The scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? Ratal's Microbe- Kir Exterminates tho nicrohes and drives them out of the system, and when that is done you cannot have an ache or pain. No matter what the disease, whether a Simple ease of malaria fever or a combi? nation of diseases, wo cure them till at the same time, as we treat all diseases constitutionally. Asthma, Cons...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 27 December 1890

^1 I CLOTHING AT PRIME COST. In order to havo my store remodeled for my Spring and Summer Stock, I will now offer my cntiro stock of clothing and gents' furnishings at PRIME COST. Tonn? early and get choice selection. .Si m 11 53 SALEM AVENUE. m ?e=>"E30"e=,"esi"e:'z?o"S. OPPOSITE k ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. nov('p-3m SC Wholosalo and retail dealers in frame stulT, flooring, siding, laths and all kinds of lumber. Call and seo us. Office: Didier Building, corner Jefferson St. and Third Ave., lid stairs. novl-3ni T. Francis Barrett & Co. COAL AND COKE. Best grades Anthracite and other coal. OFFICE 28 SALEM AVENUE. Send orders ahead of time so as to be sure to have it at the time needed. 28 Salem avenue upstairs. T. Francis Barrett & Co. Doors, sash, blinds, frames, transoms, balusters, hand rail, sash weights, and all kinds of rough and dressed aajaiaiak icpMBj Mim Builders' supplies in general. 28 SALEM AVENUE UPSTAIRS. decl.'?-tf E HAVE made a reduction of 10 per cent, on all wi...

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