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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 January 1891

Call on J. R. HOCKADAV, '. -Tbe Plonoor Agent,: for : Hoanoko Real Eatete. ; *.* VOL. IX.-NO. 92. SPECIAL NOTICES. "YY^ANTED. A list of all tho business and resident property in tho oity for sale. vviLiiun s. pole & co., Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Ruilding. Wo oan soli lots in tho hoart of t ho town at 25 to 40 por oont. lower than any other lots nour them can bo bought for. SIMMONS, AMRLER& co., REAL ESTATE ACENTS, Buchanan, Ya. ?ftleo oorner Washington and Water ?troets. jj^USlC HAS ITS CHARMS. We desire tojoall tho attention of the ?iti/.ens of Roanoke and Southwest Vir? ginia to our extensive stock of superb pianos of tho following makes. Wo Maoution Hopnratoly tho onlebrated Everett," ono of tho best; also the Weber. Stock and a number of others of I fine make. We sell them on easy terms and guarantee of them to give entire | satisfaction. All 3*011 have to do is to ' ?all. see thom and be convinced. Organs, all of the best makes, constantly on ^hand. M. L....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 January 1891

FARMERS' ALLIANCE. Three of the Men Who Will Rep? resent It in Congress. William Henr.r natch, Jere Slmpion and John D?y!s? Short Skotches of Their Political Career ? A Candl date lor Speaker. district In 1883 WIIf^^liMlH was ovor 15,000. V^lf ffiJv ^li&WS Of the thrco representatives of the Alliance whoso portraits are given here? with, Mr. Hatch is by far the best known, says Harper's Weekly. Will? iam Henry Hatch was born in Scott County, Ky., September jll, 1SS3; was ed? ucated at L o x - ington in t h o same State, and was admitted to "WTM.7AH HEifBYiTATCU.tho bar in Sep? tember, 1854. In 1858. having removed in the moantimo to Missouri, ho was ?elected circuit attorney for tho Six? teenth Judicial Circuit of that State, and was re-elected in 1SG0. After tho breaking out of tho war ho enlisted in I tho Confederate army, was corutuis- i eioncd Captain and Assistant Adjutant i General, and in March, 1SG3, was as? signed to duty as Assistant Commission- j cr of Exchang...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 January 1891

ABOUT SWEET ODORS. Tney Aro of Threo Klnila, and Have AI? vrnjn Itoen Loved br Man. From tho vory oarllost agos man hat ! loved Bwoot odors. In tho liiblo we rend of tho burning of incense on tho altars, and tho very word perfumory (undor which hoad we may include all delicate fumes or smells) comes from tbo Latin fumus, smoko or vapor. Tho early Egyptians know tho uso of ,tho still, and adoptod it to tho separa? tion of tbo odorous prinoiple from fra? grant plants, but tbo most ancientodors were drawn from natural gums, such as ?camphor, myrrh and cinnamon. Sweet odors aro of throo kinds?tho fl\.>"al, tho aromal and tho balsamic. Tbo h>w/.group includes all thoso de? rived from Rw*.w">.*-"melling flowers and plants; tho second, thosv^ derived from musks and resins; tbo tb.:rd, thoso do rived from leaves and gun. S. Tho otto, or essential oil of perfumes, is obtained in threo several ways?distilliation, maceration and onilourago. , III distillation, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 January 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. IJVBHT MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROAKOKB TIMES PUIII.IBHINO CO., Publlsnor* and Proprietors. TIM RS UUlIiDlNU, Hiird avenuo and Virst street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 1?. Thh Timfs will ho dollvorcd in Uoanofce, Pa? tern, and Vlnton overy morning by cantors for cunts per month. thumb. ?t mail, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, one montn ,.$ H threo months.'?;>" *? nix months . .... " ?* ono year.?-w All pnpors sent out or tho city must bo paid flor invariably tu ndranoc. TUB WRKKLY TIMES. The Whbki.t Times, containing the nows of t*e wook In a moro condensed form, ono year, ?1.00 tn advance. _ Advertising ratoa muao known on applica? tion. _ Items of news, communications, ot<\, should be addressed to tho Editor of Tub '1 imk?. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered lotter, cheque, or draft, should be ad? dressed and made payable to TUB HOANOKB TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Soanoke. Vinrlnta. Entered at tho l'ostofllco at Itoauokc as sec? ond-clas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 January 1891

FOUR LIVELY ROUNDS. McAleer Meets Lyons in a Stir? ring Contest. With a great deal of mystery, much going and coming between two prouai nont down-town saloons, and whispered eonsultations botwoon principals and baokors, a glove contest between Carter Lyono and Kd. McAleer was "pulled off" last night on tho narrow stago of tho City Opora Houso. It was 0 o'clock beforo tho principals arrived, but sumo twonty-llve interested Roanokers shivered on the stage for about a quarter of an hour while wait? ing for that absorbing event. A hastily impovrised "ring" sixteon feet square was arranged with the aid of a prominent saloon keeper, an M. D. through whoso voins courses the true sporting blood, and a loading light on a newspaper. It wus cold enough on that stago for tho witnesses, who talked in mullled tone, as though an old-fashioned bare-list slugging mat oh was to bo the event in? stead of one for points merely, but tho whispered advrrtisments circulated car? ried with them tho hint tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 January 1891

FEATURES OF MAGNETISM. Kumarkahle llehavlor of 8om? Motala In Certain Condition*,. ' It la now protty widoly known that iron suddenly cr-asos to bo magnetic wlion h01?ted to tho oritioal point of its "rocalosconco" or "after-glow," and that if alloyod with somo 12 po'r cont. <of ntanganosc, as in magaaoso, stool it becomes almost complotoly non-mag? netic. Tho80 facta show us that iron is not necessarily magnetic undor all con? ditions, for ad mit turn with a small quantity of another metal, and even inoro change of temperature, render it non-magnotio. SUanger still, some ob sorvors report that Iron again becomes magnetic when tho temperature reaches ?whiteness, but this lacks continuation. Tho behavior of nickol-stool Is very xemarkablo. As usually received from tho maker, niokol-stool with 2."> per cent of nickel is non-magnetic; and jet it is a mixture of two magnetic motalfl, iron anil nickel. If, new, wo r.ool this niokol-stool to ?20 dog. C (?4 dog. Fabr....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 January 1891

IS YOUR WIFE WELL? THE WOMEN OP AMERICA ARE THE LARGEST CONSUMERS OF S. S. S. IT NEVER FAILS TO RESTORB BROKEN DOWN HEALTH WHEN CAUSED BY impoverished BLOOD OR THE CARES OF THE HOUSEHOLD. J OVERTEN THOUSAND OF THE BEST WOMEN OF THE COUNTRY TEST! FY TO THIS. Don't foil to send (or our book on blood diseases. Mailed free. Swift Spkcifio Co., Atlanta, Ga. ? REGULAR ilR MENSTRUATION i. or monthly bickne93 dr TAtttN ouRmrj cuftnee. QV u?t JGRtPrt VjMvoEvV**SUf f tRlUSmiBEK/0HK.D aook TO'WOMAN""^/^-' BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA B saui[iY.\u.aauGcms. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. 'ho 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 tin disease, from Leprosy to the.simplest disease known to the human system. The scientific men of to-day claim and irove that, every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? \ exterminates tho n i c. robes and drives ?in out. of tho sys:em, and when that done, you cannot have an ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 January 1891

January i, 1891. 1>AY CASH AND PROSPER FOR Fresh Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, CALL ON C. F. BLObW, 152 - SALEM AVE, - 152. Chalmor's jolatino, 10 eta per package; ohoico and fresh line or? anges, lemons, dales, tigs, raisins, currents, citron, 25 Cts, per pound, cooking figs, pine-applo choose, macaroni, I2hi cts. p"r pound; full cream choose, IS cts. per pound; apricots, peaches, potato chips, London layer raisins, IS cts per pound, three pounds for r>0 cts.; host layer tigs, IS cU?. per pound, throo pounds tor 50 cts.; orange peol, lemon pool, full assortment, of hottled and cannetl good.-: of every description; sweet Florida oranges, flno lino confections, cream center chocolate, 20 ob?, por pound; Malaga grapes, preserves and jellies of all kinds; paper-shell almonds, Valen? cia raisins. 12;-,' ots. per pound; (lako hominy, mince meal, barley, Ar Imoklo coffee, per pound, 25 cts.; 10 pounds granulated sugar, $1; Cali? fornia prunes, buckwheat flour, fjraham ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 January 1891

: Call on J. R. HOCKADA1, : ;Tbe Pioneer Agent, for '. I Roanoke Real Estate. 1 VOL. IX.-NO. 93. SPECIAL, NOTICES. "^T ANTED. A list of all tho business and resident property in tho city for salo. WILBUR S. POLE A CO.. Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. JjjoTiCE. *" Wo can sell lots in the heart of the town at 85 to 40 per cent, lower than any other lots near . thena oan bo bought for. SIMMONS, ?MRLER& CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Vc. OlQco oorncr Washington and Water stroots. MUSIC UAS ITS CHARMS. Wo desire to call the attention of tho ?iti'/.ens of Roanoke and Southwest Vir? ginia to our extensive stock of superb pianos of tho following makes. We mention separately tho celebrated ** Everett,** ona of tho best; also the "Wobor, Sleok and, a number of others o[ nun make. Wo sell them cn easy terms and guarantee all of them to give entire satisfaction. All you have to do is to mlljvice them and be convinced. Organs, all of the best makes, constantly on hand. M. L. SM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 January 1891

?EATOR IN THE ROUGH. An Evaugollst to the Mountaineers. L of Virginla. 3BU Simplicity and Fervor?Wonderful Work or on Untutored Hut Devoted Preacher Among a Kcclt loss People. Bev. Joseph C W?lls, of Big Stono Cap, Vn., is a Baptist preacher of groat power, who ex? horts tho prim? itive mountain o e r s among whom ho has resided all his lifo in their own ? dialect, for tho 1818S? simple reason that ho knows no other. Ho is tho most influ? ential man in tho group of tob max wrru a Mrs- four counties saqk. which go to makeup tho mountain region and is, ac? cording to the Chicago Post, altogether a unique character. lie can sway his hearers at will?can move them to tears or stir them to the highest pitch of en? thusiasm; yet ho himself can barely read and writo and has confined his studies to tho Bihlo and a few simplo religions books. lie has never como in contact with tho world outside of bis mountain home, has never visited even Bristol, tho nearest town to where bo livoe, lias neve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 January 1891

SPONTANEOUS CHARITY.: "Bow Christmas Gifts Are Pried Out of the Benevolent. JBoward lidding: ISnoountera tlio Worthy I'oor und liooomsi One of Thoiu ?The tientlo Angel of Charity Abroad. IcoPYinonr, 1SU0.1 / At Christmas timo tho gentlo angel of charity walks abroad in Mow York as elsewhere, but bor notions liavo not that beautiful spontanoity which char? acterizes them when sho tills the stock? ings of tho poor in little towns and cities that lag bohind us in the march of progress. Wo know better hero than to wait until our worthiness is dis? covered. When wo want Christmas presents wo go rightoutand drum them up. juut as wo drum up trade when it ia dull. ? 1 shall illustrate this peculiarity of the New York Christmas by a littlo story of myself. In it 1 appear as the gentle angel of charity aforesaid, a part for which uty ?irtucs admirably lit Bub, but my income does not On Thursday morning I put into my ?inside poekot exactly the sum of money necessary to buy t he presents I had ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 January 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. 8VBRT MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. BOA NOK E TIMES PUBLISH INQ CO., PubUsnors ami l'roprtotors. TIMES nUlLDlNO. Rurd avcnuo and First struct, southwest. TELEPHONK N0JIHKK 121. TwbTimiw will bo delivered In Koanoke, Sa I em, and Vinton every moniliw by curriers for omits per month. TEEMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, ono montn.S-? * three months.}???? - six niontlis . .... .ten ?f ono year.?-w All pai>ers sent out er Hie clly must be paid for invariably in advance. TUE WEEKLY TIM KS. Tna Wrkklt Tim vs. contain! rur the news of tho wool: in a mere condensed form, one year, $1.00 in advance. _ Advertising' rates mane Ititown on applica? tion. _ Items of news, communications, etc.. should bo addressed to the Editor of Tie: Timv.s. Remittances, by express, money-order, nv tatorcd lottor, cheque, er draft, shouid bo ad? dressed and niado payable to the koanoke TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Iteanoke. Vinrlma. Bnterod nt tho Postoffico at itoanoke as scc ond-olasa matt...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 January 1891

DOINGS OF ROANOKE SOCIETY. The Golden Wedding of Prof. %nd Mrs. Cocke. Mirny Prominent Koanoko Pooplv Pres? ent?A Brilliant Occasion--Plewmnt KvonliiKt) Durlug ?>" Holidays?Coin nienU on Society. Muttern by Our tios slpor?Personal Note? About Society Pooplo. Ono of tho most notable society events over colobratcil in Southwest Virginia was tho golden wedding of Prof, and Mrs. Coeko last Wednesday ovoning at their residonco at Hollins Institute. Tho spacious halls of tho elegant mansion were beautifully and appro? priately deooraled, and the guests began to arrive early in the ovoning. On either side of l'rof. andJMrs. Cocke, as they received tho largo number of guests, stood their four grandchildren Mattie, Lonora, Lewis and Charles Francis Cooke, their youthful faces making a happy contrast with tho graver faoes of thoir grandparents. Messrs. Horace N. Claxton, .1. F. Chris? tian and S. 1*. Roberts of Uoanoko, and l'rof. W. O. Whiteseainer, of liasic City, assisted thotn ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 January 1891

ftlRING LOYAL INDIANS. Boldlers and Savages on Neutral Ground at Piue Rldae. fc'ewIy-Appolnted Copper-Colored Police j Compelled to Clip Their Hair sad Waith tlie Paint Prom Their Face* ?Ocdant Old Tangle Head. jPInc Ridge Agency (s. D.) Letter.] [corvuioirr, isw. \ fSpecial Correspondence] Through Northwestern Nebraska ?very little railroad station was crowd? ed with people who had abandoned tholr ranch homes and centered in the villages for mutual protection. Our train brought the Omaha papers, with tbo most enthusiastic efforts of their tsavoral field correspondents, and as we tor.. M'tnr.r.K i i>t>\. onoAXlZKU m.\:s pouck. f Fro si photograph by our art: lt.1 pulled out of oaeh station a dozen tuen could ho seen .surrounding each owner of a newspaper, listening with breath less attention to the rumors of an In? dian war, many of which originated in tho fertile brains of (huso embryo war Correspondents. Standing on tho rear;1 piatform as we pulled out of Val...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 January 1891

A Physicians Advice. I suffered for years from general dobllity. Tried other remedies, and got no relief. My Physician prescribed 3. S. S. I increased in flesh; My appotito improved; I gained strength; Was mado young again; It is the best medicine I know of. M ah alky Tukpkn, Oakland City, Ind Send for our book on Mood and Skin Diseases. Swikt Specific Co., Atlanta, Qa, on MONTHLY RICHNESS . 'If TRHtN DURING CMMt&C Or V\?t jBook TO,TWOMAN'M??f*?/?ir BRADFJELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANT AG COLOUYALLOnUiGISTa. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tho reason RAOAM'S MICROBE KIL K#afjf?wcfl& LER i i the most won dorful medicine, is bo cause it, has never failed in any instance, no matter what the disease, frein Leprosy to thos'.in plest disease known to the human system. The scientific men of to-day claim and provo that every disoast 1. Caused by Microbes, ? AND? Baton's lento Kir Extoi niinat.es tho nicrobos and drives them out of the system, and when that is done yon canno...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 January 1891

January i, 1891. TAY CASH AND PROSPER FOR Fresh Staple and Fancy CALX ON C. F. BLOUMT CASH GROCER, J52 - SALEM AVE. - 152. Chalmor's jolatino, 10 ots per package; ckoico and fresh lino or nnges, lemons, daks, figs, raisins, ?r.nrrents, citron, :?."? ots. per pound, cooking ligs, pino-applo choose, macaroni, UM et?, per pound; full ?roam ohecsc, 15 eis. per pound; ?prioots, poaohes, potato chips. ' Liondon layer raisins, lrt cLs pi r pound, throw pounds for 51) cts.; host layer figs, IS cts. per pound, bhroe pounds for 50 ots.; oraug.? peel, lemon peel, full assortment of bottled and oanncd goods of every description; Bweet Florida oranges, fine lino confections, oroam center ohccolate, -0 ots. per pound; Malaga /(rapes, pre?evvea and jollifvi of all binds; paper-shell almonds. Valen? cia raisins. ISJ-.J ets. per ponnd; flako hominy, minc-a meat., barley, Ar busklo coffee, per pound, 25 cts.; JO pounds granulatedsugar, SI; Cali? fornia prunes* buckwheat Hour, ?fJraham flour; Pino syr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 January 1891

Call on : J. R. HOCKADAY, ?The Pioneer Agont, for ? Roanoko Real Estate. 1 >L. IX.-NO. 94. HPBOIAL WOT 1 OHM. w ANTBU. A list ?f all the Wsiaess and rasldonk ?rejt&vt y in the elty for sale. WIX.B8R 8. POLE A 00., 2?em* 1 and. 4, Hxehaaje Tiwibilsg. Orion. Vo ?am Nil lota la the haart of town at M *? 4? per MDt. tower Uta* any other lota star fiiem ?an be boaght for. ?IMM0N3, AMBLBRJs CO., Uli A L tfSTATE A?UKTB, Utekaaaa. Ta. tMBee earner W aahlagrtooa and Water streets. ^^TiciT "WATER CONSUMERS. Water rentals for the qaarter (Janu? ary, Fobraary and Mareh) are now due. OoH??inero? are hereby notified to oall at the ofliee of tho oarayany, Rxehang? ballsing, roost IS, and pay the same. No hills will he dlsirlhatoed as hereto? fore. Water will be eat off from ?11 eon semers who de not pay their bills oa or before the JOtoa of Jaauary. Aa addit? ional charge of fifty oants will be col? lected for taraing oa water. jan4toJ0 J. C. EAWS, Manager. JeJOTWB. " WATER ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 January 1891

GUI LS AND EXERCISE. iProotioal Advioo for the Increase . of Feminine Muscle. I _ Stftrthlng l,lks Callxthenloo on Which to K?jty tlio Foundation for a Straoturo of Forfcrt Womanhood?Pilling Oat Hollow 8rotn. 4 tFor strengthening, broadening and ivoloping the chest nnd shoulders rare arc a number of oxcrcises, a few faf which nrc given by n> Chicago Times (contributor. First bring the nrm. with The hand open and without bending the 'elbow, around by the side of the head Hand body In a circular or cart-wheel imotion. Do this as rapidly as possible, Isdways being careful not to let tho ?elbow bend This is splendid for girls ?who arc what is known as "hollow jehestod," a most unfortunate condition fin these clays of physical development. :This exercise will entirely do away <with this if practiced regularly. ; Another chest exercise is done by 'bringing the closed hands rapidly up to ?the chest, palms ont, and exhaling at Ithe same time. This is also good for [the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 January 1891

STANLEY'S CURIOSITY. iXUa Investigation of a MummllJod Indian. [An Inoldent of the Great Explorer'? 80? Journ ta tha Sloax Count'/ * Quar? t?r of a Century Ago?Rarlal \ '? C'ailumiorVflHTr.bo. ' In a rccont irrlorvicw the Incident of fHonry M. Stanley's part in disrobing itho mummiQod body of an Indian maiden ;in 1807, while with the Indian Peaco 'Commissloncra. was given so briefly and jeurriedly, says a writor in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, as to put tho matter*, per- ? haps, in ? disadvantageous light. (Jiv- I ,tag tho facts An they occurred, as fully as memory serves after a lapse of near a quarter of a century, will t-et the matter right, besides afford an opportunity of relating one or two other personal inci? dents connected with tho Indian mothod of burying their dead. It Is wo!! known that tho various bands of tho Sioux tribo followed the custom of disposingof their ?lead by placing them un scaffolds and in 'tho branches ol troos.when available, to prevent them from boing ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 January 1891

THE RCANOKE TIMES. SV3RY MOKNINO. EXCEPT MONDAY. ISO A NO KH TIMK6 PVBI?I8niNG CO., Publit?i>ora ami Proprietors. Till US HWIl.DlNG, ffhird avenue and Klrat street, southwest. TBLBPHONB NBMIIKU 124. Tei! Tines wiil bo delivered in Roanoko, Sn ew.anl Vioi <n ovory morning l>y carrion for cents per outli. THUMS, l ? MAM,, (t'oetagc Prepaid.) Daily, ono mon?H.???"??> " three leoutlui.'?2J " six nie' Sa . .J-JJJ " ono y. ???.a.00 A!! papers.- tut out Of the eity must be paid for invariably hi advance. THE WBBKLY TIM KS. TrhWbbki.y Times, containing Iho new-; of the week in s moro eondonsod form, ono year. Jl'.oo in adrtuico. A<1vorrlslnv ' .tee man" known on applioa tion. Items of ??? .<?? ..catien.?. etc., should bea<lrt> i.'- .. ..r of T UK TiMr.s. HouiUtatioce, 1 L|ireas, inoney-onlor, reff tstoiv lei . r. nr draft, should no ail- \ dres.- ? r.iul ittt ? to to TK12 UOA S PUBLISHING CO. . Vin-'inm....

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