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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 December 1890

Call on J. R. HOCKADAT, ' Tfc aPlonser Agent, for ItAaaoko Real Estate. 1 VOL. IX.-NO. 87. SPECIAL NOTICES. JPOB SENT. ~~ W? will offor for ront until tho first of January a largo offloe on the first floor ?f the Exohange building for 820 per month. Ronb to begin from January 1st, 1801. Call at onoo on, or address N WILBUR 8. POLE & CO., ftooras 3 and 4, Exchange Building. OTICB. Wo oau soil lots in the heart of tfhe town at 25 to 40 per cent, lewor than any othor lot3 near tfaem oan bo bought for. SIMMONS, AMPLER it CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buohanan, Va. OfSsc corner Washington and Water streets. M ?SI? HAS ITS CHARMS. We doairo to call tho attention of tho ?itismui of Roanoke and Southwest Vir 5> .ia to our extonsivo stook of superb pianos of tho following makes. Wo Mention separately tho celebrated " Everett," ono of tho best; also tho Woher, Stook and a number of others of flue make. Wo sell them on easy terms and guarantee all of them to givo'entiro ?atis...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 December 1890

THE LATEST STYLES. fcTovoltlos That Havo Become Pop-i ulax in Society Circles. Ybn Boa Restored to O Id-Time Favor? Natty Jackets Tor Tailor-Made Cos tames?Irnr-Trlinmoil Hat?A JPretty Street Oown. ?Special New Yorlc Correspondence.! Tho boa has onco more becomo con licuous in tho fashionable world. Not alone as a finish to a street cos? tume, but tho particular fad is for costly white or gray ostrich boas as a wrap for opera costume, and general ly reta i n ed on tho fair owner's shoulders on ac? count of the soft? ening ellcet of the fluffy feath? ers around an otherwise daring display of neck and bosom. For street wear we have extra lontr ksw jacket. Uoas of black or ?blue fox lynx, Alaska sable and monkey fur. We hear that with the return of ihe old-fashioned redingote and boa we shall see a revival of large muffs, but I have scon some daintv morsels of feath? ers and furs that point toward extremes in both directions. Tailor-made costumes are provided ?with two sorts of jackets...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 December 1890

THE PRAYING MANTIS. 'A Warlike Insect Regarded by Many with Rnoeratltloas Awe. 1 The man tidto (two specimens of which haye just boon added to the insoet house at the Zoological Gardens) aro noticeable not only for their structural peculiarities, but also for the fact that tho.y are living and walking exponents of the truth that the world Is governod 1)y nppearanoos. as from very anoiont times whorover they are found?that is throughout tho warmer regions of the world?they have been oroditod with pioty, meekness and all good qualities, ?wheroas In truth thoy are tho most bloodthirsty creatures imaginable. This extroinoly mistaken ostimato of tl.eir character has arisen from tho fact that, especially as thoy move slowly about, tiio thorax is raised at an anglo to tho ?body, and tho large raptorial legs aro carrion extended and raised?thus fan? cifully imitating, or rather caricatur? ing, a person whoso hands aro clasped in prayer. In many parts of (ho world thoy aro still regarded wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 December 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. ?VHRY MORNING. BXOBPT MONDAY. JKOANOKB TIMES PHRLISniNQ CO, Publtsnors and Proprietors. TIMES n?IIiUlNO. fifidrd avenue and First street, southwest. TELEPHON? NUMBER 124. Tbb Timfs will bo delivered In Itoanofco, fto Jeoa, and Vinton every moruing by carriers for cents per montli. TERMS. BT MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) fft.dly, one. month <.$ .50 " three months.l->0 ? six months . .... " one year.6.00 MR papers sent out of tho city must bo paid Jov* invariably In advance. THH WEEK LT TIMES. Tna Wrkkit Timrs, containing tho nows of th? w ek in a moro condcusod form, one year, jr.OOIn advance._ Advertising* rates made known oa applica Items of nows, oommnnlcnttons. oto., should baaduroscHsi to uio Editor ot TlIK Timks. lioinittancos. by cxpn-ss. money-order, reg ftsiorod letter, cheque, or draft, should bo ud dfaued and made payablo to TOB ROANOKB?TIMB8;rnmASIUNG CO. Roanoke. Virginia. entered at tho Postoffloo at Itoanoko as sco ?nd-otasa matter. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 December 1890

THE WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW Tho Holiday Trade Better Than Ever Before. Tb? Snow Ha* Kflcoted the Trade Slightly, Bat Kvery I.lno of Trado Hus 1'roH psred--Tho Jowollcru Hutu Sold Much Vinci- Goods Than "Li??t Season?Tho Vino Christmas IMnnors Ilvlpcd Tho sjurooors. Tb? chrUtmas trade Is now oior and \\x retrospect ing their past week's work, as woll as tho Christmas trado in gen oral, the merchants' faces beamed with satisfaction as they related the features ?f tho trado to a Timhs reportor. Tho grocerynion aro all pleased with their Christmas trade, which, in spite of tho recent snows, has boon much better than tho corresponding trado of the pro yioun year. Thoro is a groat scarcity of apples in tho market. Tho merchants ?annot got thorn, they say, at any price. Potatoes have risen from 81.-5 to 31.00 per bushel and aro soarco. The olothiers havo had a good trado during the holidays, much better than last year. Tho chiof demand has boon for overcoats. This cold wintei and tho mild wint...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 December 1890

FOREIGN GOSSIP. ? ?Over 04,000 people di? In tho British Islands every year from consumption aloue. ?Tho placing of tho last stono in tho eptro of the cathedral at Ulm raises It to a height of ilvo hundrod and thirty loot, and makos it tho highest cathedral in the world. ?Tho birth rate in England and Wales has boon decreasing over sinco 1876. Tho last quarterly report shows no diminution, tho rate being only about four per thousand above the French av ercgo. ?It has hitherto been supposed that tho maximum depth of tho Mediter? ranean was 10.7S5 foot between Sicily and Sardinia. Lieutenant Magnachi, ol Italy, has found a depth of 18,550 feet between Malta and Canida. ? Ilovuo Geographique. ?Two hundred thousand Italians aro now living in Ruonos Ayres. From timo to time tho native inhabitants speculate on the events which might arise in case theso 200.000 strangers should undertake to assort their na? tionality and take possession of tho city. ?The grapple plant of tho Kalahari Deser...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 December 1890

HAVE YOU SEEN IT? fW? refer to the full and comprehensive treaties oa tha iBlood and skip (Whether you tiro stole wr well, ?very homo should have m oepy. 'If you are well, It tells you how to keep so. Mf you are sick. It tells you how to rogain your health. This valuable pamphlet will bo mail? ed free to applicants. The Swutt Specific Co*. Atlas ta. Oa EASY "ENS LESSilNSPAIMJ-rto ufe0f, [DIMINISHES D? OP BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. aTLANTAqa SOLD BY ALL OetUGOJSr?. an" SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho most won ? dorful inodiclno, is bo causo it has never failed in a ny instance, n<> matter what the disease, from Leprosy to tho simplest disease k nown to tin- human system. Tho scientific men f>f to-day claim and provo that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? sirs Exterminates the nicrobos and drives tbom out of tho system, and when that is done you cannot have an ache orpain. No matter what tho disease, whether a si...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 December 1890

GREAT REMODELING S?LE. clothing at prime cost In order to hare my sloro remodolod for my Spring and Summer Stock, I will now offer my entiro stock of clothing and gents' furnishings at PRIME CO Come early and get choioo selection. 3 53 SALEM AVENUE. AH JL JLJ, OPPOSITE FDl novfi-nm Wholosalo and reUi.il dealers in frame slufT, flooring, siding, laths and all kinds of lumber. Call and seo us. Office: Didier Building, coi ner Jefferson St. and Third P.ve., ud st;iirs. novl-3tn T. Francis Barrett & Co. 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 neevded. ._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 Builders' supplies in general. 28 SALEM AVENUE UPSTAIRS. docn-tf E HAVE made a reduction of lO per cent, on all winter suits and over? coats for the holidays. Mens', yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 December 1890

Call on : J. K. HuCKadAi, ? T Ii o Ploneor Aguni,; tor - Hoauoke Koal Estate. VOL. IX.-NO. 88. SPECIAL. NOTICES. ^OU runt. F Wo will ofTor f?r ront ?ntll tho first of January a largo ollloo on tho first floor ?f the Exchango building for 820 per in on t'u. Kent to bogin from January 1st, 1801. Call at once on, or address WILBURS. POLE A CO., Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. J^OTICE. We can sell lots in the heart of tbo town at 25 to -10 per cent, tower than any other lots near them can be bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER A CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan. Va. Office corner Washington and Water streets. jyj^jsio has its charms] Wo desire to call the attention of the ?itixens of Roanoko and Southwost Vir? ginia to our extensive stock of superb pianos of tho following makes. Wo mention aeparately tho celebrated " Everett," ouo of tho , best; also tho Weber, Stook and a numbor of others of flno make. Wo sell them on easy terms and guarantee all of them to givo entire satisfaction. All you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 December 1890

<>U1 BT, S MI) THK DOCTOR. But What Fioldiugr Renlly Noedocl Was to Oot Up end IIowL Tbo Ilollftht? i>r Heine Hick In a New Y<irk Flat Wlior.- tlio Swcrt Itird of l'oiico Is :?? Exlluot u? tlio Dodo?A Itcallstta i'loUiro. K pTttidirr, tsc^vi [Sii< <*: l Corrospohdoncal The doctor kid 1 bud overworked my brain. I t;i :od him, not cffusivoly, but?s? man who was accustomed to have bis br > montionod overy day as a matter of rs<\ Iiis diagii * * v.vis encouraging. Mind been under i .10 impression that I had strained my buck putting up tho parlor stove, und had thon taken cold becnuso tho malign:.nt cast-iron thing wouldn't. no had intimated that 1 ? my brain :?!.;?!! in putting She I Said that n draw. My was not usi. r .up that st atovo of ov itself i ... i roaso ? i ? ? as a: over L full be, . bad gone I . vor io Mi ?deel. -Trail! ? to on ma pi ?e could ptit . For this ; stalemont ring victory ?ov i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 December 1890

A TERRIBLE RIDE. How tlio rasnoiiRora on n wild ICncIne tVero Siivcil l?y an Ollod Truck. "Talk about fast timo," said a rail? road man on tho Missouri Pacific train tho otbcr day to his companion, "but I havo novor board of a trip that would boat ono I mado mysolf somo years ago. nor of any half so exciting. 1 formorly lived at Garrott, Ind.. tbo terminus of tho Central division of tho Chicago di? vision of tbo llaltimoro&Ohio railroad. I had little to do, and mado tho railroad yards my loafing hondquartors. Attbat timo tho 'Ililly-O' had an arrangement with tbo Wabash to transfor all Now York freight at Auburn Junction, nino miles distant, to tbo cast of us. This was done by tho old switch on glno, tho 043, which mado two trips to the junction daily. Well, ono day I climbed aboard a box-car whon the engine left with a few cars of merchandise to transfer. Then; woro aix of US in (he party?four yardmen another follow and myself. Wo had a jolly time going down; mado tho t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 December 1890

THE RCANOKE TIMES. ffVEEY MOKMNG, EXCEPT MONDAY. 1SOANOKK TIM KS PUJHIjIfllllNQ CO.. v/uMlor><<r9 and Proprietors. TIMES uniIil>iN(l. fWrd avenue nut! First street, southwest Tl?LKl'HONB NUM1JKU 12?. TnrTivr? win bodohvcreil In Koanoko, Bn ;era,and Vi o ???. very ittomlng by carriers Tor oontspur with. TERMS, i.. MAI(Vosloge Prepaid.) Dally, t.mor n. three i -ith?.???* . " six me-' bS . .... :>.!?! *" one j.B.O0 an pepcm ? ??? out 01 (he city must i>e paid foi Invarlabh mi'advance. TUB WEEKLY TIMES. Tun Webi i.v Ttmkr, containing Ihe new. of tbo weck In . uro 0011 loused form, one year, ilSiO in odvRree. Advurtirir. to* ntn1 ? aowii on applica? tion. IU?n>r ?. ?? .?lcatle?H,uto.,should h0ad... > ? ;or o'Y ? ?. Ti. He '?? , ?? ? ? reM, ni" ncy-order, rcg ls(?ri . ? r dralt, should Uo ad? dress an*' 0 *? THE 1.kftJ^VUHMSHIKa CO. '.- uuw! . Virginia. jjnt- . coat HotinoKc its Bco enid-c ; ROAN . ?&a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 December 1890

VIEWS OF COLORED MINISTERS. They Referred to the Massie Murder Sunday. liar. Brown Holluvca Kmld uiul YVlUlum non mid Insinuates That They Will uotgot Justieu?The Other* Moro Mori ornto?Sluirt Interviews With the Min? isters. In ovcry one of the colored churches in which services were held Sunday Micro was allusion made hy the preach? ers to tho murder of Mr. Massie. and in one a preacher declared his belief in Mio inncc 'noo of Redd and Williamson. The colored people of tho city are much excited and worked up in the ' matter, and almost as a whole believe that Redd and Williamson are innocent. It was the observation of the reporter that most of the colored men he spoke with wore not familiar with the case since tho alibi testimony on which the prisoners were at Hrst released. A COLLECTION TAKEN VP. liOT. W. W. Brown, colored, preached at tho High Street I tap tie t colored church Sunday night, and took from tho text: "(io unto all tho world and preach tho (Jospel to ovcry creature....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 December 1890

AT THE WINDOW. Cleric In tho VIII >rr" Po^t-Ortlco Has a Life JfuU of Experience. Tho life of apost-ofTleo clerk In a town ?>f 3,000 or 3,000 inhabitants is full of pleasantness and all his paths aro peace. Ho has nothing under tho sun to rufllo tho placid soronity of his ainiablo tem? per, and consequently his disposition soon becomes as swoet and mild as the perfume of a magnolia grovo wafted on tho gentle breath of summer. All ho has to do is to engage in exhilarating con? versation like tliis: "Is there any thing hero for Sarah (kjpilkins?" "Nothing, madam." "Aro you sure?" : "Quito suro, madam.** ??But you didn't look. How do you "know without looking?" "I have looked over the letters in tho *B' box 701) times to-day, and I remem? ber that there woro no letters in it ad? dressed to you." "Well. now. that's strange. I should liave had a letter yesterday, and I thought, it would come to-day sure. Do ?you suppose it eould have been lost?" "It's possible." "Do...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 December 1890

IS YOUR WIFE WELL? THE WOMEN OF AMERICA ARE THE LARGEST CONSUMERS* OF S. S. S. IT NEVER FAILS TO RESTORE BROKEN DOWN HEALTH WHEN CAUSED BY IMPOVERISHED ELOOD ORTHE CARES OF THE HOUSEHOLD. OVER TEN THOUSAND OF THE BEST WOMEN OF THE COUNTRY TESTIFY TO THIS. Don't fail to send for onr book on blood diseases. Mailed free. Swiit Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga, on MONTHLY (SICKNESS l\r t&v\s.n oumua change, vjf \_\v_ laRtPiT 0Mt!BEf\4to Surf tRMG YJlUBt: AM 01013 ' jbook TO"W0MAN"^fl?/fffir BRRDFIELD RF.GULR TOR CO. A TLANU G S3LO?Y.U.t BltUiXlZTi. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tbo reason RADAM'S MICROBE RTL LEI! is tho most won dcrfui uhhIIcIho, is be? cause it, has nover failed in any instance, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy to tbosimplest disease known to tbo hitman system. Tho scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ? AND? Exterminates the niorobes and drives them out of the system, and when that is done you cannot have an a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 30 December 1890

GREAT REMODELING SALE. CLOTHING AT PRIME COST. ' In order to have my store roniodolod for my Spring and Summer Stock, I will now offer my entire- stork ef clothing and gents" furnishings at PRIME COST. 53 SALEM AVENUE. W. A. HELLSV1 AN, OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. nov(l-3m Wholoaalo and retail doalera in frame stc'.f, flooring, siding, laths and all kinds of lumber. Call and see us. Office: Didier Building, corner Jefferson St. and Third Ave., liD stairs. nov1-3m 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 Sale rn_avenujbjj pstairs. T. Francis Barrett & Co. Doors, sash, blinds, frames, transoms, balusters, hand rail, sash weights, and all kinds of rough and dressed Builders' supplies in general. 28 SALEM AVENUE UPSTAIRS. E HAVE made a reduction of lO per cent, on all winter suits and over? coats for the holiday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 31 December 1890

?.??? ??. Call on i. R. HOCICADA?, ;Tbe Pioneer A^unt, for Boanok* Real Es tu to. 1 %YOL. IX.?NO. 89. SPECIAL. NOTICES. F?u KBMT* Wn will oiler Tor rent nntil tho first of January a largo ofUoo on the first tloor ?f tho Exohango building for $20 per aionth. Rout to begin from January 1st, 1891. Oall at ouoo on, or address WILBUR S. POLK & CO., Uoonis 3 and 4, Exchange Building. JTOTICE. Wo can soil lots in tho heart of the town at 25 to 40 per cent, lower than any othor lots noar ihom can bo bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER& CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. Oflloo corner Washington and Water ?treats. rpo OUR PATRONS. Tho VIRGINIA BREWING COM? PANY will, after January 1, lS'Jl, not fntuil any bottled or keg beer at the browc.ry, but beg to assure their custom? ers that they can obtain their excellent and puro bottled lager and "Export" beer from any of the leading hotels or dealers in the city. LOUIS A. SCHOLZ, Manager. Roanoke, Deo. 31, 18'jo. dco31-lt M USI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 31 December 1890

KING OF ALL TRAMPS. Bow Wilson Becke.r Earned This Questionable Titio. Ti-uvolli)(i from, Ponton to San Francisco anil Hot urn In 'Itrentr-Ono l>.i v? With oat Speu.ftlnc n Single Cent for J.I or Fare. Wilson IJockor. alias "Sailor Kill," tho tegulurly oleotod king of tho tramps, lias just completed a trip, which gives him a perpetual claim on the throne of American vagraney. In May, the young man, whoso proud boast is that ho *'nover done a lick o' work" in bis life, ?was made the subject of a wager at Bos , "ton. His backer bet a large sum that tho "Sailor Kid" would travel from the llub to San Francisco and return in tho space of twenty-one days without spend? ing a cent for railway faro or food. The feat was accomplished, and tho sport who risked bis money on tbo tramp presented him, tho other evening, with $500 of bis winnings, says tho Baltimore Herald. Iiis majesty now offers to venturo this sum?tho most money he ever had in his life?on tho preposition that ho ?an ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 31 December 1890

CAP WAS WITH HIM. How tho l'uiiny M in Alaile Illmnoir Aeree | ulilo to tlio Shipper. r Tho captain stood in front of tho pllot nousc, tolling tho man at tho wheel what ho ought to do Jrom time to time, and tho funny man stood closo by with {his overcoat buttoned up and hit) hands in his pockots. When tho funny man had kept still long enough, ho spoke to the captain. | '< "Cap'n," daid ho, "why do you tell him to koop hoc to port, and then ask him to koop bor Btoady? She'd keop j .steadier If sho kopt clear of the port, [don't you think?" i '"Have to koop hor to port so sho'U *koop away from the bar," replied tho oaptain as ho raised his glass and gazed anxiously ahead. OThn funny man shrugged his shoul dors, walked away a few stop?, returned and asked tho captain if they kept, tho vessel's log down among her beam ends. "No,"faid the captain, "wo koop it in tho log cabin. "I've often wondered." said the funny ' man, thoughtfully, "why the wheols of a steamer don't work to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 31 December 1890

THE ROANOKE TIM2S. ?VBRY MORNING. EXCEPT ilONDAY. BOANOKE TIM US I'tTiII/^IIINO CO? Kubllsners and Proprietors. TIMES BTJII4HNG, ffhlrd avonuo and Kirnt, titroot. southwest. TELEPHON idi NUMBER 134. TnwTiwiwwHl bo delivered in Uoanoko, Sn ;e?,Bnd Vlnton every moralng l>y oorriors fur oont.i per month. ?SERMS, RY MAIL, U'osttiBC Prepaid.) Daily, one iiiontti.f ?? three months.}/?*? " six months . .> "> " one year. AH papers sent ont of tho city must be paid tor invariably in advance. TUB WKHlvLV TIM KS. tan Wfkki.y Timrs, containing the news of the week in a more condensed form, one year, $1.00 in advao.ee. __ Advertising ratoa maao known on applica? tion._ Items of news, oommnnl?itions, etc., should ho mluroftsod to tho Kilttor ol THH Timks. Kerntttaucin?, by express, money-order. reg? istered letter, cheque, or draft, should be ud dr?f?cd and mado payable to WIE ROANOKHiTIMUS VniUdSIUNO CO. Roanoke, Virutauv. Rntorod at tho Kostoflico at ltoanoke an...

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