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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 January 1891

JUDGE ROBERTSON'S CHARGE. Strong Address to the Grand Jury From tho Bench. Tho Elements of ,1 ustlro? Municipal Re? sponsibility for lh? Prevalence of Orimi?Tho City Ought to I? Motto? Lighted and 1I;?to a Xairgor Police Force?The Mansie Once. Tho January term of tho corporation court of this jurisdiction was inuugu- ' rated yesterday. Much interest \ras | manifested in tin* oven'., sincn matters of absorbing local interest, it is sap posed, will he considered by the grand and petit jurors of this term. Promptly at 10 a. va., kho roster of tho grand jury was sailed, and eaeh res? ponded to his name. Judge Robertson thereupon delivered a charge of unusual strength and im? portance to tho jury. a< follows: "(iBNTi.uui^: Yoa have been selected as being sae* of 'honesty, iatelligonoe and good demeanor' to inquire into and present for trial all offenses againsk tho criminal law of this State that may have been committed within the juris? diction of this court. "Tho grand jury ...

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

DIFFERENT DOCTORS. SPhyalolevoa of the Radical and Mys? tical Schools. *Tb?lr Method* In tho Treatment of Their J <>???, aait Pernonnt Hearing Toward Tlio.r Patient??Phydolaas* 1'jltU la Ttiwtusol res. . Fot the Regulars and the llomeo fpalhs. Discussion as to their respective ?merits Is quite as raunli out of place aaowadays as a heated argument on the lelaims of Calvanlsm and Arininianism. BPcoplo bold their tuodluat faith at tho ?present day, through no exercise of the ?reasoning faculty, hut by sheer plg teeodedni'ss, as tho old theologians woro Wont to hold their dogmas; and theyoa IfcOTtain toward patrons of the opposing School, whatever it be, a contempt com? pared with which tho "odium thcolog loum" Is im brotherly love. Tho two schools to which rrferrnoo is now to bo Knado aro not roeognizod in the cyclope? dia; nor among tho profession; but tboy 'exist all the same, and tho lino which separates them Is drawn clearly and Sharply across all tho old medi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 January 1891

THE SKIN. Is an Important factor la keeping good health; if it does not act in the ;way intended by nature, its functions ?axe performed by other organs,? "the Kitlnoys and the Lunga; and the result Is a breakdown of general health. Swift's Specific la tho remody of nature to stimulate ?the skin to proper action. It never ? failn in this, and always accomplishes the purpose. Send for our treatise on tho Blood and Skin Diseases. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Go, VI CHILD i ; LESSENS PAJN^pr TO UFtrw. "tJJJM'^v^ CHILD BRADFIELD RKULATCR CO. ,'TL^Aga SOLD H YALL ONUSZJSVS. u" NOTKM. SUCCEEDS like success. The reason IIA DAM'S MICUOI1I*) KID t--xvy^A-ia ''Ell ls tlie most Won 'M^gfeggOderful m? il .-in . Is be ^?^?'Tvtf>vi ''lib ?I in ait" inst;.ne s: >. , A I I,,, ,,,;u |, i n 1*a*i 11,. ' isi-asr. 111 !|i l.i pMW \ i) tho simplest disease thowti t.>' > iir Ii it inn ii .ystein. Tho Kolentllic men of to-day chiitii ami prove that every disease...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 January 1891

January x, 1891? PAY CASH AND PROSPER FOR Jresh Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, CALL ON -t. F. BLOUNT, CASH GROCER, 131 - SALEM AVE. - 152. Chalraer's jclatine, 10 ots per package; eheieo and fresh line or? anges, lemons, dates, figs, raisins, ?urrenta, eifcron, ?"> ots. per pound, nooking figs, piao-applo choose, macaroni, 15}? cts. por ponnd; full cream cheese, 15 eta. por ponnd; apricots, poaekes, potato chips, .London layer raisins, 18 et? per ponad, threo pounds for SO oia.; best lajer figs, 18 ?ts. per pound, three pen ads for &? eta.; eraage peel, leenoa pool, fall assortnanat of bottles aad saaaed goods of every deeoription; sweet Florida eraagos, fine line confections, ereaaa oeatar sheoolat?, M ets. per ponnd; Malaga grapes, preserves and jollies of all kinds; paper-shell almonds. Yaloa eie ralsiaa, 13% et', per pewmd; lake hem lay, asinert meat, barley, Ar ?nekle eeffee, per ponnd, 36 ots.; 19 ponaas granulated a?gar, $l;0alt fernia praaon, buckwheat fl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 January 1891

Call on J. R. H?UKADA-x, The Pioneer Agent, for Roanoke Keal Estate. VOL. IX.-NO. 95. SPECIAL NOTICES. RANTED. A list of all tho business and resident proporly in Uie city for sale. WILBUR S. POLE & CO., N Booms 3 and 4, Exchango Building. OTICE. Wo can soil lots in tho heart of the town at "? to 10 per cent, lower than any other lots near thorn can bo bought for. SIMMON'S, AMBLER & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. OMco oornur Washington and Water streets. OTICE. WATER CONSUMERS. Water rentals for tho quarter (Janu? ary, February and Marc'.:) are now due. Consumeres are horohy notified to call at the oilico of tho company, Exchange building, room 12, and pay tho same. No hills will bo distributed as hereto? fore. Water will be cut off from all con? sumers who do not pay their bills on or boforo tho SOth of January. An addit? ional charge of fifty cont3 will bo ol Leoted for turning on water. jamtloSO J. C. BAWN, Manager. jy| US10 HAS ITH CHA RMS. NV.^ d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 January 1891

A RICH MAN'S CAREER.1 The Lato Daniel B. Fayerwoather, of Now York. How TTo DlspomtJ of III? Iinmpnsn Fort' HD? A <.'e erons WIH to ItO Oontost od try tho llr:.-s-:?t-t.aw?U?'<nuti(s for Collcrcos. rlarvTvl H. Fayerwoather tiled at his Iioum l.i New York City on November 15. Dq wan ec'uior member of the Dnn of F;*yca-vvi\atlior it Ladt W, leather tncr ?:ha-i.Vi. of Spruce street) and on Decoin \>er 8 h!i will was tiled for probate. When the contents of tho will were tookIs known, it was found that Mi". I'ayorweathor had disposal of tho greater pr.rt of Ins fortune in bequests toedneationrd Institut ions and hospit als ?and it was also disr*>vor."<l that tho fort nun of Mr. Faycrwcathor exceeded any idea of ilia friends. Daniel It. Fnyer weciShcr, aayn Harper's Wcokly, was .born ki Stepney, Conn., in 1821. As a boy he wan apprenticed to a fanner of that BioAo, and his early life was one of hard labor, yet that work was so well po...

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

A TRIP-TO EUROPE. iAdv?nturos of a Ohicazo Man on tho Rough Atlantic. Kilni'l? from nn Artist-Author"* Diary? A Costly Curo for Kna-Hlcknoes ? Arriv-.il In the Land of J. Bull, K?q. fSpcoial Corrospondonec.] ? Met Jako Kllraiu on train going ifrom Chicago to Now York. Shook ?hands with Kilrain. Unless otherwise ?1 shaking hands with KII.RARf. ?occupied during my ocean voyago am 'nursing that very particular hand. Steamer just left. No acquaintances aboard. Fifty miles from New York tlady plays "Homo Sweet Iloino," with Variations, and several passengers start iofl and sing "Annio Kooncy." I ,ylo.ld to the domands of Neptune. 'Among other articles that I believed ?would on tor tain mo during hours of (loneliness, I have a number of cigars. ? My cabinmato tells me that tobacco is ?tho worst thing to use, if ono is in? clined to seasicknoss. I bcliovo that ?nan is right. He now smokes niy cigars. ?Candy is also very bad; so in hair-oil; I jhavo thoso things. Awful jolly fellow, finat c...

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

THE ROANOKETIMJLS. BVEKY MORNING, EXCEPT- MONDAY. ROANOKK TIM KS PUI'xiSHING CO., Publltmcrs and P, roprlctors. TIM IIS UVlLDlNO, third avenue, and Mrst street, southwest. TBLEVP.ONU Ni'Min-lt 134. Tire Times <riil bo delivered In itoanoke, fjn ; ein, und Vit .Mr. cv\ ry morning by candors for cents "per month. TEICA8, IlY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dalty, vne niuntn ,.t M * three montha.J-JjJJ ?* six months . . ** one year. AH papers Bent out at the city must bo paid ?for luvarijiiily lu advance. TUB WEEKLY TIMES. Tim WbbkiiV Times, containing tho now of tb? wooh in a moro condensed form, ono year, fl.frO in advance. Advertising r?to? inaUu known on applica? tion. _ Items of nows. commutiiestiwis, etc., should addressed to the Editor of The Times. Remittances, bv express, money-order, rcir fFtorest lottor, oheque, or draft, should be ud drossed and made payable to THE ROANOKR TIMES PUIHilSHlNG CO. . Uoanoko. Virginia. Entered nt tho PotftoiHce at Uoanoko as see ond-olaBa m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 January 1891

HISTORIC RICHMOND. Reminiscences of the City and the Westmoreland Club. ^roin Tur TtiiKS* Correspondent. Richmond, Va., Jan. 5.?As many of Tub TimkV readers cling with good allogianoo to tho memories of. "Old Virginia" an.1 her historic traditions, 1 send you somo notes from her ancient Capital?"Richmond on tho .lames" as she stand, full of memories, the Mocoa of tho historian, every spot fragrant' with recollection;* which must elevate tho mind. One ottnnot walk the 6tre< ts or tako a turn abjuo tho onvir ma with? out stumliingovor reoollections. Stand? ing this morning in front, of old St. John's ohuroh and tho treos and graves on Otiuioh Hill, 1 triod to imagine R ch mond as it appoared years ago during tho struggle botwoon tho colonies and tho orown. The surrounding region is dotted thick with relics from tho colonial era, and overy foot of ground is moro.directly associated with th > birth throes and early settlement of the nation than historic Plymouth (t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 January 1891

-GOTHAM'S HOHSJ? SHOW. ??nqaesttonnbly tho GroateBt So doty Evont of tho Year. ^Dades. AtfilcMo t!lrl? |mnd ?Vockeyn *1 ' UadlKoa Squsr? Garden? IIorsM, Van Know. Are Now tut. Fashionable Fad. IGpeeTal Now York t'orrpspondecce.1 ???pi?^HE fashionable ovont ot tho pouson bo faf has been tho horso show at the Madison Square Garden. Everybody was there, from the dudo who ar? rayed himself ifor tho occasion in collar and ouffs of .enonnoii* stripes,, brilliant necktie with a stirrup for a pin, and yellow covers 'coat with big poavl buttons, and who iconld not toll a horse from a COW excopt [by tho horns, to the qnlet-looking men tin unobtrusive walking coats or immac? ulate ovening dress who could toll tho Jpedigrco of ovory horse in the ring and lestiraato to a dollar its soiling value. |lt was the rule that tho "horsiest" look ling men and women in tho audience 'know least about, horses. Hut they (added to tho brilliancy of tho score. Tho Interest in borse-flcsh ban grow n ?very rapid...

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

?AVE YOU SEEN IT? Wo refer to the full and eomprehonsivo treatise on the XBlood and skip IWhcthcr you aro sick or woll, every home should havo a copy. \Jfyou are well, tt tolls yon how to keep co. If you are sick, It tells you how lo regain your health. This valuable pamphlet will ho mail? ed free to applicants. Tui? Swift Specific Co., A fLA.'J TA, OA I ?-??*? I- r. \n nilfvl ** HAiLf.a i BRAD Fl EID REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA^ SOLD HYALL O/iUGGISTS. HOTIffilC SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tho reason RADAM'S MICROHE KIL? LER is the most won? derful medicine, is bo eauso it has never failed in any instance, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy to tho simplest disease [known to the human system. The scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?A N D? Rim's Microbe Killer Exterminates the nicrobo9 and drives them out of the sys.eui, and when that h? .lone you cannot have unache or pain. Wo matter what tho disease, whether a simple case of malaria fever o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 January 1891

January i, 189 i. PAY CASH AND PROSPER FOR Fresh Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, CALL ON 152 - SALEM AVE. - 152. Cfhalmor's golatino, 10 cts per package-; choice and fresh lino or? anges, lemons, dates, figs, raisins, currents, citron, 35 cts. per pound, oooking figs, pine-applo cheese, macaroni, ots. per pound; full oream ehoeae, 15 cts. per pound; aprioote, poaohoe, potato chips, Liondon layer raisins, IS ots per pound, thrco pounds for .r,0 cts.; best layer figs, IS ots. per pound, throe pounds for 50 cts.; orange peel, lemon pool, full assortment of bottled and canned goods of overy description; Kweet Florida oranges, fine lino confections, oream center ebocolato, 20 cts. per pound; Malaga grapes, preserves and jellies of all kiudu; papor-suoll almonds, Valen? cia raisins. 1 Scotts, per pound; flake hominy, minon meat, barley, Ar buckle coffee, per pound, 25 cts.; 16 pounds granulated sugar, 51; Cali? fornia prunes, buckwheat flour, Orabam Gour; fine syrups of all kinds. All goods f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 January 1891

; Call on ! j. r. huukadat, : ; T h o Plunuur Agoiu,; lor Roanoko Koal Estate. ? VOL. IX.?NO. %. SPECIAL NOTICES. A NT 151). A list of all the business and resident property in the city for tale. WILBUR s. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and i, Exchango Building. I^OTTcii! We can sell lots in the heart of the town at S3 to 4? per cent, lower than any ?ither lots near them uan he bought for. SIMMONS, AM BLER& CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, lltiohanan, Va. Otfico corner Washington and Water streets. WATER CONSUMERS. _ I j Water rentals for the quarter (Janu-' ary, February and March) are now duo. Coniiuneresaro hereby notified toe ill at the ofli.OJ of the company, Exchange . building, room 12, and pay the same. : No bills will be distributed us hereto? fore. Water will be out oil from nil e >n suin !M who do n >t pay their bills on or beforo the 20th of Jan i try. An addit? ional o'.iarga of hUty <? inta will ba col? lected for turning -m water....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 January 1891

AMONG THE CHEBOEEE? Same of Them Are Highly Cultured and Very Progressiva Bow Nnt<on Is ?JoYfrnod?Entli-inlnsni ot Cnmpilsrn Meeilnce?A WhltJ Blun'rt Dllllca tirn In Win iilng a Umiij Bride? fVlnlt? (I. T.) Correspondence. 1 **Tbo Territory" is almost universal]} & land of disappointment to visiting Strangers. They expect to find semi eavage>s. or at least a people bearing tho .plain marks of savage antecedents, hut, ?Instead, they find ns beautiful and for Itito a country as the sun shines upon, 'dotted with the grazing herds, the cul? tivated Heids and the substantial and often handsotno homes, school-houses and cIniredies of tho Indians. This town is located in tho Cherokee country, which embraces an area of about twenty thousand squaro miles. The entire Cherokro nation contains nearly W.OOO souls, 18.000 of whom aro Clic rok ees by blood, and tho balance by adop? tion. The adopt? ed members of this great family wcro nearly all originally Shaw no...

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

*S0 MOTE IT BEI" fohlen ,go Bound to Bo tho Metrop? olis of tho Country. Kke Grin I Tomplo to Hn erected 1? tU? Almon'ic Fraternity?A Shakci pcuro Momortiil Thoittor la tho tiiir?ru City. fSpoclul Chicago Cfirrcsponilonco.7 Ono of tho moat unii-uo ami grandest buildings in tho world will ho tho now ASnsouio Tcmplo at Chicago, tho corner? stone of which was laid with appropri? ate ceremonies a short time ago. Tho property on which the building i-> being erected has a frontage on State nlreet of 170 feet und on Randolph struct, of 114 Ifoet, and cost tho stupendous sum of Cl, ?100,00). Tho building wi 1 bo eighteen stories in height and its cost is estimat? ed at$2.000,000. It will ho higher than .tho Auditorium, and only one-fifth Smaller in ground spaco than that fa ;meus structure. Tho contract calls, of I course, for a perfectly Ilro-proof edifice, [and there can bo no doubt that the latest architectural discoveries and inventions ?Will bo utilized by the contractors in...

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

THE RCANOKE TIMES. OVKRY AIOUNINO. BXCHPT MONDAY. UCXfVNOKK TIM IM I'UIIMSII ING CO.. Publisners nii'l Proprietors. TIM US lUJIbOlrJU, ThlWl hVcimri tun I First street, southwest. ?ri:i.i:iMf?i\i'. Ntt.Miircit im. TiirTnns will he delivered In lt?tittnke, '.Cin.toel V niton evi i y motniiv bj carriers tor emits per inoutli. THUMS. riY MAIL. tl'osUw Prepaid.) (K'lty, oito uniiun * Uiive months.'???'J " ?ix montlia . .... .J.'" ** one year.'t""1 All putters Mint out ?>! tlie city must Ui paid tor Invariably in artvanc . TUB WISHK I.Y'TIMES. Tim Wkkk r.v Timcs. eotitnininj.' Hie news of tho \v<~ i. in n inor condensed Conn, one year. fl.Ou in advance. __ Advertising rates mane known on applica? tion. _ Items of nows, coiitiiiuuleat'otlS. etc., should be addressed to tho Editor of Thk Timiw. Item) t tauet?, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, cheque* or draft, should bo utl dressod and made payable to THE UOANOKB TIMES I'UDMSIUNG CO. Iloanokc. Vlivlnia. E...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 January 1891

I* POW-WOW WITH GEN. MILES. *T The Chiefs Plainly Told to Come in and Surrender. Two Thniimiiiil Two lluiitlroil Tino IUiIko j Iiiilliinx Bxpeoted to lU'turu to tho Agency in ? IVw Days?TIlO Olilufn Suy They uro Desirous ??f Kat'urliiiig. iiii?in fool en i'urchnseil to Mount it Compiiiiy or infantry--A K.iWIIe; I'urty J ? Escapes. Pink RluOR, .hin. 7. - {Special|?Jac''. Ilcfd Cloud, l?g I toad, High Hor.se, Lone Hear, Llvo Hawk and tlio five otlr r Indians who came in front the hostile camp to hold a pow-wow with General Miles were allowed briefer oonforCnoe than they hadoxncctod. General Miles plainly told them to oomu in and sur? render; that ho was not hero to listen to their o mipluints; that they would be allowed to go to Washington to make them after the trouble was arranged hero. They stated that nearly, if not !,quite all, of the Pino itidgo Indians Iworo desirous of peii03 and wanted to | come bao'i to the agenoy. If the Pine Ridge agency Indians con 'cluded to come back it...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 January 1891

STATESMEN AT PKAYEiL Tho Eloquont Petition* of Dr. But> i lor, tho Souato Chaplain. IA rnctlfl il. riiUi?ntt?roplc-?l Christi 'n Mim vrin? II s Not Worked In Vain? TUo I.utlmr Btlttlin PantugJ on Tliveius Crelo. rppoolal Weslilti^Ura Corrnr?ro:Hl"t:ro.l Tho morning prayer In tho House of iKepresontallves I? novor delivered in itho morning. lloth houses of tho Na ?tional legislature moot exactly at noon -anil aro called together by tho Vlce jpresldont anil tho Speaker, simulta? neously. I?lg Tom Itood ascends the i?teps of Iiis throne, raises high Ills' smighty gavel, brings It down with a re isonmling thwack Upon his new desk. Jand says: ''The House v. ill be In order " iAfter waiting half a mlntite, im- some itimrs longer, for quiet t'? sneered the ?diurnal hubbub, ho say3: "Tho chaplain 'will o!Ter prayer." Tho blind servant of the living (Sod, ?Rev. Dr. Mllburn, then standing In [front of tho desk, with his back :<> tho jSper.her. raises his sight...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 January 1891

IS YOUR WIFE WELL? THE WOMEN OF AMERICA ARE THE LARGEST CONSUMERS OF S. S. S. JT NEVER FAILS TO RESTORB BROKEN DOWN HEALTH WHEN CAUSED BY IMPOVERISHED BLOOD ORTHE CARES OF THE HOUSEHOLD. OVER TEN THOUSAND OF THE BEST WOMEN OF THE COUNTRY TESTIFY TO THIS. Don't fail to send for our book on blood diseases. Mailed free. Swift Si'kcikio Co., Atlanta, Ga? tESSEMS pain ' r tq life nc. diminishes ^MOTHER :^;?517nV CHILD bradfield regulator co. ATLANTA GA eold br all aftuauisis. "' NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tho reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL LEU is tlie most won dorful medicine, is bo oauso It lias never faib d in any instance, no matter wbut the disease1, fn in l.epiosv o tbo simplest disease cnown to the human .ystcin. The Bolentiflc men of to-day claim and provo that ovory disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? Exterminates tbo -liorobes and drives them out oT tbo sys.ciii, Und whi n thai is done you cannot. Iiaveanae.l.rpain. No matter what (be disease, whether ti simple case of malaria ...

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

January, 1891. PAY CASH AND PROSPER FOR Fresh Staple and Fancy CALL ON GASH GROCER, 153 - SALEM AVE. - 152. Ch aimer's gelatine, 10 cts per package; ohoice and fresh lino or? anges, lemons, dates, figs, raisins, onrrt'iits, citron, 25 ctss. per pound, cooking ligs, pine-applo cbeeso, macaroni, 12Js els. per pound; full cream oliooso, 15 cts. per pound; aprioots, peaohes, potato chips, London layer raisins, 18 cts per p^und, throe ]>ounds for 50 cts.j best layer figs, 18 ct.3. per pound, three pounds for ,r>0 cts.; orango peel, lomon pool, full assortment of bottled and canned goods of every description; sweet Florida oranges, fine lino confections, cream chntor ch< oolatc, 20 cts. per pound; Malaga ?jjrnpt d, preserves and jellies of all kinds; papei-shell almonds, Valen? cia raisins. \'Zyt cts. per pound; fiako hominy, minoa meat, barley, Ar buoklu cofTee, per pound, 25 cts.; 10 pounds granulated sugar, SI; Cali? fornia prunes, buckwheat flour, Grah...

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