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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 January 1891

Call on : J. R. HUOXADAY, : ?ThePlonotT Agent, ? * lor Roanokf* Uo vl Estate. - VOL. IX.-NO. 97. SPECIAL, NOTICES. "y^y ANTED. A list of all the businoas and resident properly In the city for sale. WILBUR S. POLE& CO., Rooms l) und t, Exchange Building. J^OL'ICIC. Wo c;m Bull lots in tho heart of tlio town at 25 to 40 per cent, lower than any other lota near thcin can be bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. Ofl'co corner Washington and Water streets. OT10E. WATER CONSUMERS. Wator rentals for tho quarter (Janu? ary, Fobruary and March) are now due | Consumores are hereby notified toe ill at 1 tho <j.:llo:i of tho ootnpany, Exchange j building, room 1?, and pay tho .same, j No billa will bo distributed as hen to- J fore. Water will be cut oft from all oonJ Burners who do not pay their bills on or before tho 20th of January. An addit? ion.1 ohargo of llfty c ints will I; i col? lected for turning on water. jan4to20 J. C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 January 1891

THE ANNUAL ORDEAL. That Is What Presidents Can Call Their New "Soars' Receptions. Mow President Harrison Spent tho First Day or tho Yenr?A Scono Which, Though Magnificent, rrovos Very Tiresome [Special WoshlDBtotl CMrrtspoiiuenccl ! All interest nu New Year's day centers in the President's reception at tho White llouso. To a stranger in Washington nothing could be more in? teresting, nothing more wonderful than i to attend tho annual festive rcccptlou and witness tho gorgCOUsncSB ami j greatness which congregates and segregates about the Chief Exccutivo of the Republic. Tho programme, from year, to year, varies but little. Announcements are mado in the daily papers concerning the order in which the great men of our own and ot her lands will enter the White House and the time to a minute is given when each separate body will be presented to the President: and the order thus announced is always observed to the letter. Upon one occasion, however, the programme was unexpectedly interrup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 January 1891

THE 1LA.SQUERADE BALL. How Mr. Dunwoll Did Not Decoivoi His Wifo. Ho Trio?! to iMny tbo Gay Lothario and1 Watt Kiuvarilod by Having III? I Curs Boxed?A Cllmpso of Metro? politan Life. I Special New York CorTOSpondonco.l R. HUBERT V.' Ihm well was liorn and raised Now Yorlc. I He is now about thirty yours of age und bus boon married Bovcral years to a charm? ing young wife. Before be mar? ried, Mv. Duo nell, who is very wealthy, led n very gay lifo. Ho was one of the most j dazzling of the gilded yonth of Gotham. I lie indulged In all the dissipations po- j ouliar to the gay metropolis. ' He was j particularly partial to masquerade balls when in seuson. After he was married, he of course gave up, like the bad i Baronet in Ruddygore, "all his wild proceeding?;," but, occasionally, particu? larly when be happened to take lunch i with bis old friend Charlie Knicker? bocker, and they conversed about the balls, parties and other festivities of ?the season, be experienced n longing to ming...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 January 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. ?VERY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. BOANOKB TIM KS PUBLISHING CO., Publl mors and Propriotora. TIM BS liUlbimsC. rWrd avenue and First street, southwest. TBLElMlON B N I'M l>EU 124. Tim TiMKS will ho delivered In itonhoke, 8n ?oui.un i Vm.i n every inorisnjr oy carriers r?.r cent" per month. TBBMS, ry mail, U'oytogo Pcepalu.) Dally, oiiuiuoutn ...... I jw ?? three ii untl? ..... I.** ?? eix itiontha . . " our year.UIKI All papers i;jn1 onto* tlw ettyni'JBt Im iviIJ tor Invarlal I la In nco. TUB w I.V.K i.v tiv.tjs. Tnn Wrrki.t TtwBS, containing the news ?< tho wwk in n more eondonsurt Horui.ouu yw?v, $1.00 in HdV&uco. Advert hi ii? rates uia&o knt?vru on applica? tion. _,_ l temn of no\w, eoinuiuuleatlons^pto., should ho addressed to tho Editor nC Thk r-iMt?, Kctiii'tanwvi. by PA)rose, nMiney-onlor, rcy faterod letter, choono, or draft, should 1h> u?i drosso?' and made pttyablo to TUB UOANOKB TIMES PCBLI8RTNG CO. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 January 1891

THE HOSPITAL MASS MEETING. To Appoint Trustees to Take Charge of the Fund And to ThKo Active Steps? LootUiiB to V.io Cotnmcncomout or the Work ?r liullil lng thu llospltul?An Important Moot? ing anil a Largo Attentlnuco Expected -A I'lou for Iiumedluto iieliof. The:? will bo a mats mooting of the nubsoriuers to tho fund to build a hos? pital in Itounoko held at V.\ * Opera House this aftornoon at 4 o'oloolc. Appreciating tho importancj and ^ nooL'sslty of no ma provisions being made for tho oaring of tho slok and injured sovoral of It i.iuoku's best oitisens begun to tako ootlvo Stops for scouring the ncoessary amount early last fall. Prominent among them was Mr. T. T. Flsbbumo, president of tho National Bxohaugc Hunk, lie, with tho aid of other widl-knuwn iltizens, has see coeded in raising a fund over$20,000 for tho purpose of eri cling a hospital. Several ptiblio meetings have been h dd during tu.- agitation of this mat tor and muoh enthusiasm has been dis? played at a ', I times...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 January 1891

r A TRIP TO BUUOPB. {Quoer Thingra Seon by a Quoor Travolor in tho Old World. Tttntttat Tip? to :? Railway Ttcrr Hall?A J'linixivrapli That C?nil<lii't. Speak Kn cr 1 i1? ? Orahfcjr r?Monis at Wiesbaden. fSprcint Oorrf!s->on<?cncc.] Leaving London, via Dover-Ostcndc, atrip through Belgium, whore half of the population speaks Flemish and tho other imlf artionlatcs Froncb Grammar, I arrived at ?forget tho name of the station. At any rate tho people tb< re looked vary Gorman and more so tho ?officials, who wore standing nronnd long rows of tallies. 1 was told to Mi 1 " MUTUAL Tils." smn.rch np there, open my valise, it kc oil'my hat nr, 1 shoes, turn them inside out, to show that there was nothing dutiable concealed about, my person, passe.il as ''satisfactory,*' and was .pushed into another room. Several waiters rushed up to inc. tolling me they bail very nice "Gebratene Loom anorschwaenzeben, Cervclnt went, Fran kfu rtor wit;*., Wiener wors...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 January 1891

A Physicians Advice. \ I suffered for years from general debility. Tried other remedies, and got no relief. My Physician prescribed S. S. S. Itncro&sud in flesh; ? My appetite improved; 1 gained strength; Was made young again; It is the bent medieino I know of. Maiiai.i y TuitJ'en, Oakland City, Ind Send for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases. Swift Simccific Co., Atlanta, Ga, tESSENS PA!H,pFR T0 LIFE (it t.:iH7child ami no h:lf BRAOFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA GA saio armi o/fi/G?/srs. NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tho reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is the most won? derful medicine, is be? cause it has nover failed in any instance. />. ^ ? no matter' what the diseaso, from Leprosy 1 o thesimplestdiseaso known to the human system. The scientific men of to-day claim and provo that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? Exterminates tho nicrobes and drives them out of tho sys.em, and when that is done you cannot have an ache or pain. No matter what the dis...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 January 1891

January. 1891. I PAY CASH AND PROSPER II: 1 FOR Fresh Staple and Fancy CALL ON CASH GROCER, 15a - SALEM AVE. - 152. Chalir.or's gclatino, 10 cts per package; ohoico and fresh lino or? anges, lomons, dales, flgs, raisins, currents, citron, 25 obs. per pound, cooking figs, pinc-applo cheese, maoaroni, 12}$ ots. per pound; full cream cheese, 15 cts. per pound; apr loots, poaches, potato chips, London layer raisins, 18 ots per pound, throo pounds for 50 Cts.; best layer figs, is cts. per pound, three pounds for 50 ots.; orango peel, lemon pool, full a?iKirtrr.ent of bottled and canned goods of every de:-:oripticn; sweet Florida oranges, fine lino confrotions, oroam center chocolate, SO cts. per pound; Malaga grapes, preserves anil jellies of all kinds; paper-shell almonds. Valen ??cia raisins, cts. per pound; flake hominy, rninca meat, barley, Ar buoklo oo?oo, p.'^r pound, 25 cts.; 15 pounds gracnlatedsugar,81;Cali? fornia prune.';, buckwheat flour, flrahatn flour; fain syrups of all ki...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 January 1891

Call on J. R, HuCKaDA'!, Tlia Ploneor Aeuni,; for Roonoke Real Estate. ? VOL. 1X.-NO. 98. s "SPECIAL NOTICES. PEGIAL BARGAIN. For ualo, two now houses in tho eastern part of Uoanoko with eight rooms, built on tho old Colonial Stylo, just completed, for $2,()UU each, on easy payments. Tho owner, intending going North In a few days, makes this special offer, being de? sirous of selling before taking his de? parture. A disoount will bo made to party taking both properties. For fur? ther particulars, te.'ms, etc., cill on W1L15UK S. POLK .t CO., Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. N OTiCK. Wo can sell lota in tho heart of tho town at 25 to 40 per cent, lower than any other lots near them can bo bought for. SIMMONS. AMBLER* CO., HEAL ESTATE ACENTS, Buchanan; Va. Offioo corner Washington and Water streets. ~NOTICK WATER CONSUMERS. Water rentals for the quarter (Janu? ary, February and .March) are now due. ! Consumer.>s are hereby notified toe ill at tho ofiiou of tho company, Exc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 January 1891

A NOVEL, RAILWAY. feoUu? rrr.^uvci Trains to Co Pro ncllocl by Electricity. Atl Ou'rpK) Unttcrlittllns <'arric-tl t<i :\ Fao c.j?*;'.i I n l .\ K:il way l.u iiiiiij tit <r-.t. > iuiimJ CitUor IUj t;: r?iu 1 <.f IjiMlUun. / 7!r. .1. lof the no {way Compnnt idaya ago l..v n i llhulgot, ' ?one of Iho i . lof llio i:;: >: , **in lho con ;?. i II. fSi \ntbead, obicf cnglher-t > < it and South London Rail was Intcrviowrel u rev/ portor for tho Pall Moll i tiii; to s;:y concern i;ig t wonderful on lorpr hies jhavo developed a now system of turn Jing whioh ii very safe, nnd onal :ion of this lino wo nncl jlng which ig very Bafo, nnd enables Jwcrl: of this kind to bo carried out with 'out Interfering with tho tiaGlo of tho [?trcoia und wi ' out pulling down prop 'orty in ihn t i \> ? that w ssdono Jv/hcn tho i ,r railways woro (oonulrct .. soiw (tiho i!io >v.ork i?n bo ' H ' out v. y...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 January 1891

KIND ST. NICHOLAS. Ho Had it High Old Timo ci tho National Capital. Evory Child M?do Glint from linby Tiloltcu I>ovrn to tho I'oor Street Gamin ? Chrlntinaa Dinner ut tho YVhlto House. (Spcclnl Washington Corroapondoncod The clf-like green vl tho mistletoo ami tho blu.shin,'* >.olly linvo decorated the market staiis for the past ten days, and their presence Btlll suggests the coming and continuance of an unusual season. There seems to be ti whole at mosphero full of choristers singing sweetly and ontrunclngly: "Behold! we bring glad tidings; glad tidings of great joy which shall be to all people." There is undoubtedly pleasure galore, for it is writ upon every face and is felt in cvei^y hand clasp. Tho passing of the years, until they have become cent? uries; the flight of timo upon noiseless i wings, hits divested this season of Iho | Bolemnily with which it was lunemon- j ically inaugurated. It is no longer re- j garde-. 1 us a holy day season, but u jolly | ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 January 1891

THE RQ.'iNOKETIMES. fiVTdtY MORNiNU. KXCEPT MONDAY, UOANOKK r: IKS 1MTBL1SHING co.; Publlsm rs und Proprietors. TIM 's ItUIIiDtN?, riiiM Hvonuuitnd l-'irst otrtcC southwest. TKLBPHONM NCMUKli 1?4. Tur. Timk?* '?'.?.ll i<o itch voted. In Koanoke, 8a |eni,aiul Vmton vory morning by carriers fui Citllf" per if tl?. TRUMS, BY JAIL, UV* tage Prepaid.) Dally, oneuionu' ,.5 ?? " tliivo me hi*.,\-" " six nein - . . *' ,iiio yo...-.s-w All impure so:outer thooltyuiust bo paid for Invariably In advance. THIS WISl?KLY TIMES. TnK Wi'rki v TtMl?, contalntn ; tin-1: :w.- <.( tho week in ii... ro condensed form, one year, fU.00 In advance. _ Advertising - ina.n own on applica? tion. Items o'.**" ??> aiion-. ? -to., should bcvliln.??? ? rofTi . iMi:.-. Kcar,,n- I ? x* mou r-ord?r, rc!.' tBtorod :. ? ... ? draft, bhould bo ad drwwoii i. i r "o XHli !(<??. ? PUBLISHING CO. i, ? ? :e, Virginia. Enter--' i>at Koanoko as ?w Ond-cla*" am' ROAM K. " ?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 January 1891

THE REAL ESTATE CONVENTION. A Banquot to bo Givon at tho Ponco do Loon. Eitibornlti ri-opnralioiiH Itolng Made In ttvei'y Doul?Throo Hundred l'coplo "WIM .'Sit Down to tho Ituiiquot Over i??nn- Hundred Invitations tu tho Con vontlun Unve Already Uoon Sent Out. Extensive preparations nro being made hy tho lloanoko Heal Estate Ex* ebango for tho reception and entertain? ment of tlio delegates to tho State real estate oonventi n, which moots in lloan? oko on the a 1st of tho month. Tho oouimitteo, consisting of Messrs. Ludwig. Spindlo and Taliaferro, ap? pointed for tho purposo of preparing a banquet ana attending to other matters incident to tho entertainment of tho delegates, are actively at work. The ojinmittoo has arranged with tho Pono3 do Doon Hotel for a banquet for 250 or 300 people. The banquet will be held on tho night of tho S:M and it will be sorved in th? most elaborate style. Thoro will >u a number of toasts and speeches vdll bo made by tho silver tongued of tb...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 January 1891

I "HE LCOSA DA HONK." How c, Light-Fl -rr-rod Coutl.man Lost Ilio lot. A Nlnctcrn.'h Century I'n-rln ni l t'ln Vn ' p.l?In Art.iil (lo l!:or t.r tlio KlmUu Kaott V Bt kit t!io Clutohea or iDoxor >!><o Law, T?io unusual night of a monkey ap? pearing as a witness in court occurred in this city rccontly, says tho San Fran? cisco Examiner, ".lohn Doo" was obargod with being an accessory to tho crime of pocket-picking. Tho monkey was really the one that was guilty of tho more serious charge, hut doubtless tho liUlo fellow was innocent of any evil intention. A lady was horrified while passing along Post street to dud n monkey porch cd on her shoulder, and Ik foro sho could recover from tho paralyzed condi? tion, her gold watch nnd chain wore in tho monkey's grasp and tho lit'.! s thief dionppeared. A nutnbi r of people saw tho Iht ft committed, but a 1 seemed to pay mOro attention to the shrieking lady than,to the thieT. V. hen Bbo had been brought out of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 January 1891

THE SK Is an important factor in keeping good health; if it docs'not act In tlio 'way intended by nature, its function,* ?ore performed by other organs,? the Kidneys and tho Lungs; and tho tesutt is a breakdown of general health. iSwift's Specific ?Is tlio remedy of naturo to stimulate 'the skin to propor action. It never fails in this, and always accomplishes tho purpose Send for our treatise on tho Blood and Skin Diseases. Swift Sfuoifio Co., Atlanta, Ga. LESSENS PAIW pER Tq life n* DIMINISHES DAMgER|H?R Of ^7T''WTi!EX3'V run n A'Aitto met I p<J \sA\\- u brad Fi eld REGULATOR CO. ATLAMTAq? SOLU O 7 AU ofiUGUtsrs, u' NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. The reason UA DAM'S MICUOIIK IC1L I * 1*2It i ' the most won- i lia^WulmrdioimsisI,. C't tJs&T 01U,KH 't l'ils n< v< 1 i^w/^a&vi bull d ;j\ any in: i. im: . ?%1 ir $ utter what tin dS> TiCT \ ! isi .'-<?. In in 1.' \ IO-J o thnsiinplestdisi a--.' inown lo the h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 January 1891

January, 1891. PAY CASH AND PROSPER FOR Fresh Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, CALL, ON C. F. BLOUNT, CASH GROCER, 15a - SALEM AVE. - 152. Chalmor's gelatine, 10 cts per package; choice and fresh lino or? anges, lomona, dates, figs, raisins, ' currents, citron, 05 cts. per pound, cooking figs, pine-apple cheese, macaroni, cts. per pound; full oream choose, 13 cts. per pound; aprioots, peaches, potato chips, London layer raisins, IS ots per pound, throe pounds for 50 cts.; best layer figs, 18 cts. per pound, three pounds for 50 cts.; orange j pool, lemon peel, full assortment of bottled and canned goods of every description; sweet Florida oranges, fine lino confections, cream center chocolate, 20 cts. per pound; Malaga | grapes, preserves and jellies of all kinds; paper-du ll almonds. Valen? cia raisins. Pilots, per pound; flako hominy, mine.) moat, barley, Ar buoklo coffee, per pound, 25 cts.; IG pounds gracnlatodsugar, 81;Cali? fornia prunes, buckwheat (lour, Graham flour; fine syrups o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 January 1891

Call on I J. It. HOCKADA'S, ;ThePlonoer Agent,' tor ; Roanoko Keal Estate. VOL. IX.-NO. 1)9. SPECIAL NOTICES. ZJ PEcTa l7 b a hu a in. For salo, two now bouses in tbo eastern part of Koanoko with oight rooms, built on tho old Colonial stylo, just coraplotod, for $2,000 each, on easy payinents. Tbo owner, intending going North in a few days, makes this specialoffor, being de? sirous of selling beforo taking his de? parture. A discount will be made to party taking botli properties. For fur? ther particulars, to.ins. etc., call on WILKUIl S. COLE CO., Rooms 3 and 4, Exchungo Building. JJOTICE. Wo can aoll lots in tho heart of tho town at 25 to 40 per cent, lower than any other lots near them can bo bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan. Va. Office corner Washington and Water streets. IN ORDER TO OBTAIN A SUPPLY of water in the reservoir for uso in caso of tiro tho water will bo cutoff from the oity between 2 a. 111. and ? a. m. on Sunday morning an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 January 1891

A GREAT PHYSICIAN. /II um unity's Debt to Dr. Kooh, the Boriln. Scientist. liven IT His Tuborealnsls I.vmpti Should Vrovn n Knlluro lie Would Still I.Ivo iit? One of the tiroatest ISonc fuotors of Muuktiid. Some years ago, writes Poultnoy Big nalow in ilarpor's Weekly,*wliile making an inspection of the farms in the neigh? borhood of llcrlin, to which all tho sow ; ago of that city is conveyed, I was much j(Struck l>y tit'1 remark of one of our party, a man of about forty years, vigorous physique, sharp, clear eyes, and using Tory few but very strong words. **In my opinion,*1 said he, "our city is, humanly speaking, beyond tho reaoh of epidemic." This oracular expression roado littlo I ; impression on mo at the time, for though I had been introduced to the speaker, jliis name, not an unusual one, bad eon i vejed littlo beyond one syllable, and I fancied that he was seeking to impress ' two Frenchmen present who had been ,commissioned by tho city of Paris to re j port on t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 January 1891

LAPLAND'S JAY GOULD. SUo Namo Is Aa Joons and Ho's a Real Good Follow. Jbearter* of (ho Pour Hundred Wlioro Koln door Count for Cold?A Northern In Her Luxurious Cm ir.cnLs and Trappings. mm n Sir ? ten," and hero thcru id still found a fair sprinkling of Laplanders, tho nomad tribe of Norway, v.- ho live in touts ipo. Tho rich est Munong thi; 1 "ibo i:; An Jocns, who owns (over a,000 roin leer, tho value of which iis estimated itit 100,000 crowns ($125,000). (Some yours tigo bo came with his wife jfrom the Kjoulon mountains, where ho ?nsuully Boj nirus, to tho littlo city of Ostersund, in ordor to purchuso a bridal 'outfit for hi??? only daughter, Maja, who rwas to bo m ;rriod to one of the tribe. Upon that intension they were plioto tgraphod, and ono of the sketches repre? sents the youug bride in her luxurious Ibridnl garm ots. Like nil Laplanders, every member of tho family is small in ?tature, and not at all good looking. I The funniest thing about "Million? aire" Jocn is his ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 January 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. irVURY MORNING. EXCEPT LIOUDAY. ROANOKK TIM KS PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprlotbrs. TIM BS BXJIIiDltfG, third avonuo and V ast street, southwest. TBLIJPllONK NUMttKR 134. Tin: Timvs will bo <lollvorcd In Itoanokc, Sri Jcm,yinton uv? r> morning Oy carriers tor cent* per month. TERMS, l?Y MAIL, vr-?>t?\^:c Prepaid.) Daily.nil-' tiioutn.$ .60 ** tlin.-o months.1.50 ** six months . .... ?.'f? ** one year.?J.Oii Alt pii|)or? sent onto* tho city must bo putil tor Invariably in advance. TIIK W HKK LV TIMES. Tiik Wkkxi.y Times, containing tbo news of the week in a more condensed torui, ono year, fl.ou In >? tvuiieo. Advertising rates mnilu kiiovrn on applica? tion. _ Items of news, communications, etc., should too addressed to tho Editor of Tita TiMKS. Remittances, by express, money-order, rcg letercd letter, cheque, or draft, should t?e ad drosscd and made payable to THK UOANOKE TIMKS* PUBLISHING CO. lloanoke. Vltirtaui,...

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