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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 31 December 1890

REPUBLICAN SENATORS SPLIT. Walc?tt and Teller I Hit the Elec * ttons Bill Hard Raps. Kenator Hour I>r:?j;s tho Ashes of tlio Illoudy Khlrt from tho ?r??c--Thu tiuK Kulo Kocolvoa ?11 Unoxpoetoit Attack From Hale, ?>T Malno?Senator Mltoll cii'i Sarcastic Advleo. Washington, Deo. rto.?[Special |? Tho Senate to-day resumed tho consid? eration of tho elections bill. Mr. Hoar continued his speech In its advocacy. II? quoted from an articio in tho Charleston, S. C, Mews and Courier condemning tho "eight box" law of i that State, and characterising it as a "political trick and subterfuge intended j to get rid of the constitutional rights of [a majority of tho citizens of youth Carolina." Nothing had over been uttered in tho Senate by the most ex? treme fanatic importing one-tenth part of tho BCYurity of tho statement of that great leading Democratic news? paper and guido of public sontimont In that Slate. , lie reminded Southern Senators that j they had pledged not their ottieial oath...

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. — 31 December 1890

DAISV UKCOMKS ECCENTniC | Daisy Luggs?Why, bloss mo, Amy, ?what now fad is this? Your slcovcs aro trollod up. and you'ro covered with flo\ir! Amy llamonog?Oddest fail in tho World, ray Uoar; I'vo laken a notion to [help my mother in Hie kitchen]?Duck. WEBSTER REVISED. |A Unntl-Bookof Financial Iieflnltioni) Tor Degtnner*. I Boodle?What other men steal from (their employers. Perquisites?What you can obtain ttrorj yours without being found out. Gambier?Playing vulgar games like fpokor for a five-dollar limit. Transactions?Dealing in futures with (out a limit. Embezzler?Ono who steals less than la hundred thousand dollars. Bold financier?A gentleman who (prefers to resido in Canada on his om mloyor'B millions rather than live in tho (United States on bis own hundreds. Cheating?When others got tho best (of you in a bargain. flood financial management?Whon ryou get the best of others in a bargain. Foola?Thoso who lot others interfere Sn their business. I Men of sound judgment?Thoso who l...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 31 December 1890

A Physicians Advice. I trufforod for years from general debility. Tried other remedies, and got no relief. My Physician proscribed S. S. 8. I increased in HcbIi; My appotito improved; I gained strength; Was mado young again; It is tho best medicine I know of. MA.HAL.icy Tukpkn, Oakland City, Ind Send for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases. Swikt ?euciFic Co., Atlanta, Go. IJA5PE.CIFIC MENSTRUATION !? OU MONTHLY SICKNESS IT TO.V\S.N DURING CWftttGt QV Ult I GrVLRT QKHBW^BwFtTOHSmLKWlltQtD i v JB00K TO"WOMAN'>?tfl>/??f ! 8FWIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA ? SOLODY.Ul OHlieaSTSk. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. The reason ItADAM'S MICROBIO Kit. Sfl?ffifSE^ lil?R Is the most vvon ?^mMMpderfnl mi dlcine, is he ti cause it. has nevei faih d in any Instanui . no 111:11 lit- what the disease, from Leprosy to tho simplest dIsens? known to tho human system. SC?*-!?' 'y The scientillc men ?V'---^ of to-day claim and prove that every disease i-. Caused by Microbes, ? ? AND? au?) luiui uuu iyii...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 31 December 1890

January i, 1891. PAY CASH AND PROSPER FOR Fresh Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, CALL ON C. F. BLOUf^T, CASH GROCER, 152 - SALEM AVE. - 152. Chalmcr's jclatine, 10 cts per paokago; ohoico and frot^k Uno or? anges, lemons, dates, figs, raisins, ourronts, citren, 35 ots. per pound, ooeking figs, pino-applo choose, macaroni. - cts. por pound; full oream cheese, 15 ct?. per pound: aprioots, poaolios, potato chips, London layer raisin?, IS els per pt/iind, throe pounds for 00 cts.; host layer tigs, 18 cts. per pound, threo pounds for f>0 c!s.; orango peel, lemon pool, full assortment of bottled and oanned goods of every description; swoct Florida oranges, fine lino confections, cream oentcr chocolate, 20 c.ts. per pound; Malaga grnpin, pres'.-rvos and jellies of all kinds; paper-shell almonds, Valen? cia raisins, levels, nor pound; l'.ako hominy, minco meat, barloy, Ar buoklo coffee, per pound, 25 cts.; 10 pounds granulated sugar, SI; Cali fj>rnia prunes, buckwheat flour. Graham tlour; ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 January 1891

Call on J. R. HOCKADA?, ?Tho Plonoor A y o i it, ? for Roanoke Heal estate. 1 VOL. IX.?NO. 90. SPECIAL NOTICES. TTji?h uk nt. Wo will offer for reutvuntil the Qrstof Junuary a large ollioe on tho llr.st floor of tho Exchange building for 820 per month. Hunt to begin from January 1st, is1.)l. Call at onoo on, or address WILBUR s. I'OLE & CO., Rooms D and t, Exchange Ruilding. We can sell lots in tho heart of tho town at 25 to 40 per cent, lower than any other lots near them can be bought for. f SIMMONS, AMBLKR& CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan. Va: Ollioe corner Washington and Water streets. rjTU) OUR PATRONS. Tho VIRGINIA BREWING COM? PANY will, after .January I, 1891, not u.il any botth d or keg beer at tho brlwcry, but beg to itssurutholr custom? ers that they can obtain their excellent and pure bottled lager and '?E.xpito** beer from any of tho leading hot.olsVir dealers in the city. LOUIS A. SCHOLZ, M anager. Rc'anoko, Dec. 31, lsiio. dcoM-lt jyj usic has its charms. We...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 January 1891

TAY, stay, old gray l> o ar<l, Father Tlmo I Givo ear a mo? ment, pri Mine. I'vo sang thee oft in trip pins rhynio, jCy^;; Noit I would i^-?parloy with i-uw down your crooked scythe und ;;!:<ss, Vo rosf. you hero ? minute. A Now Yoar soon will conic and pass. With you and I both in ik I hope tn 'senpo Oblivion'* mow; You win. Pia pretty certain, XJn'os-? ot orally should draw The u:i'<\, mal ourtuln. YTc'r- okoma, you k."o (dori'l look ro stern), Both smitten with death's oancer, Ar.d Micuu fow things that I would leara, It y?.u*r.; polite, you'll answer. YV*i it bringest thon irttM this Now Yoar, 'J' ii tin it .1 to-morrow? May, nay, speak i at. I'll shed r.ntoar T;?..r ; i it be death ur.ii Borrow. Dost hi* n ? mo woalthl 1 am coi l-.?an, And yet, 1 rr.es" oonfosstt, For !?? tnowSu i r.i >ro than 1 have soea I'd ItiliS your hand nad bloss u. Or :? it f: mo? Ah, that i' faith V/ora udno 's beyond measure. For thou ;li she's hut si lioklo wraith, lie- binlle gives r.'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 January 1891

TOO MUCH PRIDE. Why Cnrlo Air Will Go Arter the Vi-.nl. ? , tire f>r tho IlfiMh No 31oro. i In b'ouio parts of Tonnossoo thoro aro a number of pooplo that innke a doubt? ful living by hauling hoop-poles llftoon or twenty milos and then selling thorn for enough money to buy a pock of corn meal and'a pleco of thin bacon about a loot square. Sovoral days ago an old fellow who had sold bis load of poles started homo with his bag of meal on tho seat beside him, and with bis piece of bacon (to | protect it from the sun) swung undor tho wagon. Just as ho had baited in a aniiUl stream to let his horso drink, an acquaintance going out to tho railway station, canio along. J "Hello, Alf, jest, gittlll' home'.'" "Yes, 'lowed I'd poko on back. I "Wh ichor way you goin'?" "'Lowed, 1 did, that I'd go out to tho station an' seo of thar's any discussion goin' on thai*. Am so clost penned up at homo, you know, that I like to t outen tho way of the wimin folks onot in awhile. Dun sold yo' polos, 1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 January 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. BTTRRY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. BOA NOK l" TIMES PUBLISHING CO? Publlsners und Proprietors. TIM US nUlLDlNO, rhtnl avenue and Virst street, southwest. TELEPHONE N IT MB EH 134. Thb Timks will be delivered in Uoanoko, Sn ;am, and Vinton every morning by carriers for ecnts pter month. thumb. nY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, one month.$ M ?? throe months.i.jj" " nix months . .... 3.'? " one year.B-w All papers sent out of the cit y must be paid for invariably lu advance. THE WEEKLY' TIMES. Trrn Wkkki.y Timks, containing tho news of tho week in a more condensed form, one j cur, jl.00 in advance. _ Advertising rates made known on applica? tion. _ Items of news, communications, etc., should too addressed to the Editor of Tub Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, rog tstorcd lottor, cheque, or dnirt, should be ad? dressed and made payable to ?MTU ROANOKKTTIMKS.PritLISITlNtJ CO. lloanoke. Virginia. Bntorod at the l'ostoflico ut Hoanoke ns sec? ond-class matter. RO...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 January 1891

HR. GEORGE ON THE FORCE Bill. The Mississippi Senator Speaks for His State. The llecortl of Northern states Taken in Koviriv on Cho Suhjoct of the Sufffrage? MlnHlKHippt Dcli'iiilnl for Protecting Herself Against I ;;iid ran t and Debased Suffru^o ? Sir. Ilaivlojr'H ltisjolnder. , WASHINGTON, Deo. 31. ? [SprcialJ ? Senator Ooorgo, of Mississippi, spoko on the foro;! bill to-day in tho Senate Ho alluded to tho the statement made yes? terday by Mr. Hoar that there was not ? line or sentence in the bill that would oorrect the alleged evils and wrongs growing out of tho new constitution of Mississippi, an 1 said that nevertheless the time of the Senate had been largely occupied by Republican Senators in the discussion of that conceitedly irrelevant question. Mr. (ieorge proceeded to review and to dofend the course of the people of Mississippi in the adoption of their new constitution and to discuss in that con? nection tho constitutions and statutes of other States on the subject of auf...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 January 1891

MRS. STOVVE'S CHILDHOOD. JPho Saw Tlslons, tUn Bio, intr Crc:iturr< of i th? Vivid linac'nntlon. ' It was a plain-looking little* one, with a thin faco and largo brown eyes, and tangled curla of brown hair, that soon "began to run around in tho minister's "homo at Litchfiold. Huthor baby roign continued only a short time, for scarce? ly two years lator Master llonry Ward arrived npon tho scene. Harriett was naturally goutlo and afloctionato and ?very qniok to learn. Sho has said sho know how to read as soon as sho could "walk, and sho was so observing that it ?was a common remark in the family: *Tbat child is all oar." Not. so active as Cathorino, tho eldest of the daugh? ters, she was still far from Indolent, but ?wasdreamy and Imaginative,with a nerv? ous system that was quickly and deeply impressed by nil that sho saw and hoard. In n word, bor brain and norvos worn tho sensitized plate on which genius took pictures of all life's move? ment;. 80 marked was this quality oT impre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 January 1891

THE SKIN. Is an important factor In keeping good health; if it does not act in tho tray intended by nature, its functions are performed by other ?Organa,? tho Kidneys and tho Lungs; and tho result is a breakdown of gonerai health. Swift's Specific Is tho remedy of naturo to stimulate the skin to proper action. It nover fails in this, and always accomplishes tho purpose. Send for our treatise on tho Blood and Skin Diseases. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. Y MENSTRUATION On monthuv sickness \t TIVVlfcN DURING CHKNGt OY UVt taRLrVT, \3KHGE.r\^SUfYtRMGWUBEMOHKB > jbook TO'WOMAN"/mapm BRAD FIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA E antnavAiiJtnuuvsTi. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tho reason RADAM'S MTCROBK KIL? LER is tho most won? derful medicine, is be? cause it, has in ver failed in any Instance, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy to thesimploJtdisease known to tho human system. The scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? Radian's lie* K...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 January 1891

January i, 1891. PAY CASH AND PROSPER FOR Fresh Staple ani Fancy GROCERIES, CALL, ON G. F. BLOUNT, CASH GROCER, ?52 - S?LEM AVE. - 152. Chaliner's jclatino, in cts por package; cboica and fresh Rno or ?? anges, lemons, dales, llgs, raisins, currents, citron, 2."? cts. por |>ound, cooking figs, pine-apple cheese, macaroni, \2}' els. per pound; full cream cheese, 15 ots. per pound; apricots, peaches, potato chips, London layer raisins. Is eis per pound, three pounds for .'>(? cts.; host layer figs, IS els. per pound, threo pounds for 50 cts.; oraugo peel, lemon peel, full assortment of bottled and canned goods of ev, ry description; sweet. Florida oranges, fine lino confections, cream center ehcxolale, SO ots. per pound; Malaga grapes, preserves and jellies of all kinds; paper-shell almonds, Valen? cia raisins, 12)4 ef s. per pound; flake hominy, mince meat, barley, Ar huokle co.Tec, per pound, 25 cts.; IG pounds granulated sugar, SI; Cali? fornia prunes, buckwheat flour, Graham...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 2 January 1891

Call on : J. R. HOCK ADA'S, -TbaPloneer Affent, for Roanoko Heal Estate. ; ?. VOL. IX.-NO. 91. SPECIAL NOTICES. lOtt BBNT. Wo will oHor for rent uutil tho first of ?January a largo olllco on tho first floor ?f 1)10 Exchange building for S^'o per month. Iinnt to bogin from January Is*., 1891. Cull at onou on, or address WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. j^onc.L. Wo caji Boll lots In tho heart of I ho town at tiS to 40 per cent, lower than any other lots near thorn can be bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. Office corner Washington and Water streets. "?J L'SIO HAS ITS Ol IA RMS. We dosiro to call tho attention of tho ?Itizcns of Roanoko and Southwest Vir? ginia to our extensive stock of Bupcrb pianos of the following makes. We montion separately the celebrated V Everoti," one of the best; also tho Weber, Steel: and a number of others of fine make. Wo sell them on oasy terms and guarantee all of them to give entire sat:??.'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 2 January 1891

tJOFFEE IN COSTA KICA. Tfee Principal Produot of the Littio Central Amerioan Ropublio. SBBw tho Iterry Ji? lNitotoit. Cared for and JUairwrntf I?A Twig or Itlpn Itorrlea ?Mar vent ? Humls f Who Aro Hourly < hnrmlnc fTJtatral Amorlonn Special Corrcaponrtenco.] In 1801 Costa Rica orported over 100. ?QO sacks of coffeo, andslio has increased her production each succeeding year sinco until to-day tho wholo central plateau from Cartago to Alajuola is cov? ered over by magnificent lirtcixntlat, tho beautiful cherry-red berries now ?(November) just, commencing to attract tho oyo us they turn darker and sbino oot from beneath their prroen leaf-covor tog. It la only at the end of the fourth year ?hat tho coffee tree has reached a hoight of about six feet and is in full produc ?iion. Tho planting is done in a nnrsory, mnd when the treos aro a year old they ?aro transplanted to the place thoy aro (to permanently occupy. Tbo young tiroes aro usually arranged in long rows. Lin addition to tho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 2 January 1891

FOREIGN GOSSIP. /?In 18S? Russian peasants klllod or Snpturod 318 boars. 85 wolves, 603 foxes, 4,834 bares, 71,000 squirrels, 5?U mar? tens, ote. I ?Franco receivos a yearly rovonuo of over 850,000,000 from its monopoly of itbo sale of tobacco. About two |,ocnda ipor inbubitant aro oonsuinod yearly thero. j ?Tho peoplo of Truekeo complain that t hey have bad no summer this year. Owing lo tho surrounding snow banks they might as well bo living in a refrig? erator. ? ?Tho telephone has pi ay od :m Im iportant part in the maneuvers of tho ?Swedish Ii et. There is iv telephonic post on hoard each vos el, and when ly? ing at anchor they can telephone Jo mm another by means of insulated con? ductors, which are run down tho anchor chains an I submerged. i ?'1 he ] o lal saving* banks of Jtipnn, Which f< r several year, roeoived but lllllo attention from tiio people, havo ibeeome u great liltCUUSS. Thoy were es? tablished hi 1875, but at Hie end of'the year had < nly $15,1120 on depos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 2 January 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. KVEBY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKB TIME8 PUDLI8HING CO., Publlsnors and Proprietors. TIM KS HOILinNQ, Atrd avenuo and First street. souttiwosL TELEPHONU NUMMCK UM. T*B Timkb will Ikj delivered In Itoanokc, S? : em, and Vlnton every morning- by cnxriors for eoats per month. T8KMS. ?T MAIL, (FostOKO Prepaid.) Oitly, one montn ,.$ ?80 *? three months.l-SO M Bix months . .... J.W) ?? ono year. AFI papers sent out of tho otty must be paid for Invariably In advance. TI1E WEEKLY TIMES. Tue Weekly Times, containing the now?, of tho wivk in a more condensed form, ouu year, yt.QO In advance. _ Advertising rates maao known on applica? tion. _ Items of nows, cominunlcnttoni<, etc.. should no addressed to the Editor oi Thk Timks. Remittances, by express, money-order, rcir tstcxed letter, cheque, or draft, should bo ad? dressed and made payable to TUB HOANOKK TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Itoanokc, Vlrvima. Bntercd at tho Fostofllce at Konnoke as sec? ond-class matter. HOANOKK, VA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 2 January 1891

THE PROGRESS OF THE SOUTH. The Decade's Marvellous vance in Prosperity. Ad Tho Trodcnman'h Admirable Compilation ?Kvory ft'lt-id of Industry Covered?In duhtri.M Ineroaao By Thousand*, PopulationIly Million? and Wealth hy Billion*. Chattanooga, Jan. l.?[Special]? Tho Tradesman has compiled elaborate statistic- showing the growth and de? velopment of tho Southern States in the past ten years. Tho Qguros are based upon census returns e.nd reports sent to tho Tradesman by tho officials of each Southern State. Tho summary of tho facts contained is given in tho subjoined table, and gives a graphic picture of the marvellous growth of th i Southern Statos in population, wealth, capital, railroads, manufactories, agriculture und education since, the consus of 1880 was taken. Tho totals, as footed by the Tradesman, are as follows: i ? " 1890. 17,550,020 li,at)i,wu 0.101,024 810.cH 515. It 00,100,121 ?0,511,17t ISJ.l Population? Totals. Whites. Colored. Northern i in in i Krauts, i1'year.-., F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 2 January 1891

A GRATEFUL GOOSE. Vrtr fv'vrr.-il Ho'snn* It. ttom?rohoro?l Tt? Youllf; l'.iMii f:irt..r. Major Robert Chambers, of this place, relates a prolty story of a bird's gratl tudo and lovo: "My boy Claronco, aomo yoara 0?O," said tho Major, "shot into a flock of wild geese, which woro fly iff* ovor our place, and succeeded In wounding n young ono that was prob? ably making it* first migration. It foil with a brokon wing into tho yard, when Clarcnco pioked It tip, and, admiring tho beautiful wild thing, wished to make a pet of iL I warned him that it would bo imposslblo L) tame it, and that it would l"avo him as scon r.s it could fly, but bo was confident that ho could so attach it to him as to konp tt, an 1 I said no more. Tho wlnghoaled slowly, but the bud was tho recipient of every care and attention, for I think my boy realizod what a wttn'ton and Cruel thing ho liA'l dono in inainiinj a creature so free and beautiful. "Hut one day the following spr'n? | there was a sound ot swift wing...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 2 January 1891

HAVE YOU SEEN IT? We rofer to tho full and eomprchensivo treatise on tho \Blood and skip ?Whether you are sick or woll, ?very homo should havo a copy. If you are well, It tells you how to keep so. Vfyou are sick, ft tells you how to regain your health. This valuable pamphlet will be mail? ed free to applicants. Tub Swot Specific Co., Atlanta. Oa Menstruation OH MOMTHLV KICKNCSS if TA.WVN DURiNR CVU.'.XGt. UTt . GRLM DKUt3ER^8VlfTtRmG\miBtiV.0lOtr 1 aook TO'WOMAN'Viww?' BRhDFILLQ REGUlUJOn CO. AWIA/TA6 KOTHING SUCCEEDS! I LIKE SUCCESS. The reason. It A DAM'S MlCUor.K K1L Sf>'-~? -e ?<(???'?< I?M.5 the most won ^&4-& $ no mallei ?ha' 4-M \ ??????? toflR i "' "' Ifluir ' 1 " '?' huniili w sSSFSt^i^' / The seiontilie mei .Sl''r of to-day clai il ami prove thill every disease is C a u s e cl b y M S c r o b e s. ?AND? Radii's Microbe Killer Exterminates tho niurobos and driyi* tin m out of tho sys? tu, und when thai is dona you oauii.it have an auliu or pain No matter wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 2 January 1891

January i, 1891. PAY CASH AND PROSPER FOR Fresh Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, CALL ON C. F. BLI Chalmcr's jolatino, 10 cts per package; choice anil fresh line or aiis, lemons, dates, figs, raisins, currents, citron, 25 cts. per pound, oooicing iigs, pino-apple cheese, macaroni, 12H cts. por pound; full cream choose, 15 cts. per pound; apricots, poachOS, potato chips. London layer raisins, IS cts per pound, throo pounds for 50 cts.; best layer Bgo, 18 cts. per pound, lb reo pounds for 50 cts.; orange peel, L mon peel, full assortment of bottled and canned goods of every description; sweet Florida orangos, fine lino confections, cream center Chocolate, 20 cts. per pound; Malaga grapes, preserves and jellies of all kinds; paper-shell almonds, Valen? cia raisins, 12Kcte. per pound; Qako hominy, minoo moat, barley, Ar buokle coffee, per pound, 25 cts.; 10 pounds granulated sugar, SI', Cali? fornia prune*, buckwheat flour. Graham flour; Ann syrups of all kinds. All goods fresh i?nd first ol...

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