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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 28 January 1890

Nutmegs ns a Mert.'cinp. The mediciiial qualities of nutmegs are worthy of a groat deal of attention. They nre fragrant iu odor, warm and grateful to the taste, and possess decided sedative,astringent and soix>riiic proper? ties. In tho following affections they will be .omul highly serviceable: Gas tralgia (neuralgia of the stomach), chol? era morbus, ' i.lent colioayJysentery, fh^j, :a infantum tipd i ifautile colic. lit all cases mitnicgs may be prepared foriidministrat: sn in the following man? ner: Grate one or more nutmegs into a fine powder. For children, give one-sixth to one-third of a teaspoonful, according to age, of this powder, mixed with a small quantity of milk. For adults, from a half to two teaspoonfuls may bo given in the same way, according to tho sever? ity of tho case. Every two hours is generally the best time to administer j ihis remedy. Insomnia (sleeplessness) is very oftet effectually relieved by one or two doses I of nutmeg, when much stronger a...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 28 January 1890

LITTLE LOCALS. Interesting Items Too Short for Sep. arntc Heads. Mr. M. C. Workman sold yesterday two houses and lots on Park street and 4th avenue for $2,500. Mr. W. L. Hanger, of Waynesboro. is in the city, stopping at the City Hotel. Yesterday was very warm and pleas? ant, and the reporter saw a large number of "grippers" on the street* The clerk of the Hnstimrs court is? sued a marriage license to Mr. Daniel C. Connelly and Miss Eliza J. Rahaiu yesterday. Gronnd was broken yesterday for the foundation of th? Bedford Eleetric oompauy's building in Liberty, w hich will be pushed to speedy couu ; 1 Mr. W. H. Hurt, of Cha I . Tenn., general agent oj rhe. Home Sewing Machine c?mpau) in the city. Reuben Harris, colored, was o rested yesterday morning for sir. ling] beef at the market. His case will | come up before the mayor today. The Bedford Index says: Mr. John j Haynes carries oil the palm so far as | hogs are concerned. He killed on last Fridav a hog which weighed 4101 pounds. Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 January 1890

i THE LEADING PAPER j; ' AND THK BEST {'ADVERTISING MEDIUM -IN j SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA. LARGEST CIRCULATION % OF ANY PAPKft ; j TIILS SECTION OF 1 11 E SJC ATE. VOL. VI NO. 51. "kOANOK?,VlKGINiA, wedn r spay m OR xing, JAN?AKY 29, I <Hh PRICE--1IVE.CEVT8 -OF ?HAS BEEN SOLD TO T.C. Berqer. POSSESSION WILL BE GIVEN F E !5 II U \RY 1st. Our cost sale will continue until that time. We stiii have nearly everything desired. All wool silk w raps, 3S-luch hnuriettas a^Ul r<>r $1. in 75 eis; nil wool silk finish, 46-inch henrieltas, sold for $1. 8 >l l at 75 cts ; all wool 46-uieh henrietta. sold for SO cts. uow 02} cts.. all wool 38-inch heuriettas, sold for 50 cts- now 37} cts ; all wool 38-inch Henriettas, so'd for 37$ cts. uow 25 cts. _ / IN CLOAKS We have a foil iue of piu-h wrap.-., moiljfii-ku.-?. newmurfcets, and jackets, xnd we cati ?uve y"U the profits other ouses are making. IN STAPLE GOODS WE HAVE Fruit of the loom, bleach, 8} cts. Lonsdai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 January 1890

WE ?OAX?K'E UM ES. ilWiA A.N'I? WKKKLY) An independent Democrat if papei devo^edj tq-the material and political interests of'Roanoke and Southwest -fj Mlf CHll'TK-N v, WE Daily". We v&ir". ?any, .six iriontkfc . 3a Dai -V^-ftujee ino/ths.I.' Dan?* ?nt? muuf rf eekly. Furnished to Aty subscribers, fr-l-.- ?!? ?tteeo lu-ntJL week, tili) cents* mwt Lohmar-, ;Acur ?*5Sl?){.rate? furiiHtiefi , ij> u Uielothce pri-irmgt- lift deatti .i-au?-.. o tu,?"?? cent- will i>ectiarge?t. [^attjifrt Aitvertisi-iuciH;- in wt.tii Ivane?. re^^xJWJ Kjcijtc? uotuuiiu)h^hm^ thaliu ?'"llc?? p^-lage is .1 tue prday insertiou? wall ueonm per cV- ?ven day insertion*, .. ? aweewic??:i week, 40 i>er cent.. 6'uc< Letltercent. ited." ?taimng important uewa SOiic the regt?r advertising apply only to tlgemejjtsniess of advertisers. Adver be caar?sicle oI tegular business will tract forVa at' r!tns'('I!t rates; No con ^laUHiaw"*^-"^"^ is transferable without tue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 January 1890

-Vi 1 L^J<J COST OF. KOY4 L,YAC?TS.. ENORMOUS: jSI^VtS | lUAjD ? Q?T fl(0ft THEM IN THE OLD WORLD.;} ,y : ^^#^f^?@w [ .<lfWtoi?l>.4]?t? RxjWiWa? A>ri3<MM. YiM-htfc , Owe uf Whioli Was Nevrr L'stul ? Encland's Outlay* Mild a iVhtrit' AtrnJfirt fh'rra. ' '1 - Admitting th? importance i:i ocouhtryi i.haaa uioosrchic? form of ^overo-s niTnt ilfat tile spien 1 ?:? an3 dtgnilv of thejjo'-^ce^n should' -m* maintained^ Mio ^^}t}Daily,sN?j\\;s.i?nLRTks? that inhere I are extra va gant 'as' wenas reasonable j methods of maintaining: all tho splendor anil dignity that may be desirable, and few .Jpjxiple w!u> give themselves the trouble of inquiring into the subject will be (blind to deny that an- enorinoiis amount of money has been noedlessly wasted in connection with royd yachts. ' Groat Britain is far from being tho only country m which snch .wasteful ex i_penditure has occurred atid is occurring. Russia is a groat transgrcs^p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 January 1890

LITTLE LOCALS. Interesting Items Too Short for Sep? arate Heitds. Governor McKinney has approved the bill providing for a charter for the town of Buena \ista. .Messrs. Jas. S. Simmons & Co., rea estate agents, sold Monday and Tues day lots aggregating !?:JG,T25 in valuel The bill to incorporate the Invest? ment and Loan company.of Roauoke, has passed the house of delegates. Mr. C. W. Viekery. of Washington, superintendent of the railway mail service, is iu the city on official busi? ness. Ladies, have you visited the New Home art exhibit at 123 Salem avenue. It. Mrs. Thomas P. Tanner is eontiued to her room by severe indisposition. Mr. C. B. Cannier, editor of the Ftacastle Herald, is stopping at the Ci/y Hotel. [essrs. Freeman and Jones, pro pnVtors of Caswell Coal and company, are in the city stop? ping at Hotel Roauoke. Messrs. J. Fleming Christian, J. C. DjKrenport, S. i>. Ferguson and Dr. Lee Buekuer left yesterday for Lynch btfTg To be present at the"wed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 30 January 1890

THE LEADING PAPER and THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM -IN SOUTHWEST TIBG1NIA. j-v c\c> :> v ?!-? \rf^* 0>SS ?vtaone; ,?2, -.-^T" liAKGEST ciHcrtATioar.! OK AN V PAPER" _in-# this sectio op.. the i state; ? KOANOKE, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30, 1*90. PRICE?riVE CENTS -OF WM.F.BAKERSCO ?HAS BEEN SOLD TO T. C. Berqer. POSSESSION WILL BE GIVEN F E B R I 1st. Our cost sale will co; tinue un:i' that time. AT- ?Iii have im r \ ry'hinjj desired \|i *??..! >ii'k .vrtps. 38-uich htmrietu?s ?'*ld '??! SI 75 c;s; all wool silk pfaUdV; 46-incb. h> urtvtta*>, sold for 81. <? v I a; 7? cts.; all wool 46-im:h heurieua. sold lor cts. qow 62}cts.. a!' wool 88-mch" heuriettas, sold foi 50'nt* now 17$ * : till wool 38-oh:Ii tenrjettas N,? (\ torT37f els now25?*ts ._,1N OhO feES .W i;.i\'t a lull iuc i>{ plush-wraps, modjeskas. uewtmu*fcets, und jackets md A t em ?ave yuu the profits othHr 'iisos ar,- making. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 30 January 1890

HE R0A.NOKE TIMES': tDAILY AND WKKKLT) Indepeiiden Democratic paper otedtoithe material and political fcerests of Koanoke and Southwest ?ginia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE , aily, one year..... 5f'-W" Daily, six months. 3.00. >'Sai-y> three mouths. 1.50 ?*>ahy, one month. 50 V'cekjy.'. 1.00 m Furnished to clty 'snhjtTibers, free deliv? ery, fifteen cents a week, nf'.v u-:? -a month, Six dollars a year.; rttsiag rates tarnished on spplie* theo thee. / arriage aud ueath notices, of ordi igth. 50 cents'win be charged. j^arKaBi'ent advertisements must be paid tor in advar.c*"??"* No. attention given to ar.en; m corre? spondence, and rejected cuimiiniieatioiis not returned by mail unlc-. po-u-e i? - ut for .,ihat purpose. ^"Qyeryother day inst: :i-. r- will beeaarged she dame as every dav insertions, less 20 por sent.; twice a week. cut.; once week, 50 par cent. Letters containing tmnortant 12 ew? solic *L Contracts for advertising apply only to wegular busnicss of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 30 January 1890

KINSHIP. iL - 'H A lily grew In the tangle, in a flame red garment dressjd, And many a ruby s;iansle Eesprir"kl?d her tawny breast And the Rilkea moth sailed by her With n sw ift and a snow white sail; Not a rj'.i ceruu-o came nigh her. JCor a lly i:i hLs Ray preen mail. And the bronze brown wings and tbesoldca O'er the billowing meadows blown. Were still as by u.u.ic beiden From tbe lily that flnmed alone: over the frajrrant t:mgle A watr >.-*--?* illging weut, Jf*t And with many u rubie spau^Io . V. Were bis tawtsy v. us besprent. And he hovered one moment stilly O'er the tbicket, her mazy bower. Then be sar.i. t.i the heart qf the lil.s, And they seemed but aslnnle Rower. -Helen ti ray Cone Jn]? as Fifth E:iler?. Did y.>a ever visit the Pulton fish mar feet in the early morning? It is crowded by a throng such :.s can he Found no? where else?stewards, chefs and hotel keepers, boarding- lic-USe proprietors and restaur;:;;! people, economical house w.1 :s an 1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 30 January 1890

WMH iiniiii? i. ?s? ^?^4^ Due six mu three rtu one montn, r.. ishca to city cen cents a we ; dollars :v year orUsine rates . theoftice. narri^ge ar.<T """th, 50 cents? m mmW* I.' KS a? Great Yirginia VsplaMa ?ltera?is, Blood Pnrificr and Renovator of {fie Human System bis been used Successfully in the following Diseases, as Certificates will Attest: Liver Complaint, jaundice and BIflous Derangements; In Mercurial Blood Poison, Scrofulous and Eruptive sases, Costiveness, Indigestion, Flatulence, Periodical Sick Headache, and Female Complaints. Derangement of the Liver. Richmond, Va., July, 1SS5. This is to certify that I have known of the superior qualities cf JOHNS? TON'S VEGETABLE NOLANDINE for the past ten years, and during that time, at intervals, have had occasion t > use it in person and iu my family, and I have always fouml it a sure cure for de- \ 0jtj ia rangemeuts of the liver and kidneys, in? digestion, headache, &c, and a good tonic. L. C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 31 January 1890

v* a U ? ? ? : l: yi- no. 53, K?ANOKtt. virginia? friday>morning, january 31, 1890. price?five c.ehts -HAS BEEN. SOLD TO T.C.Berqer. ?POSSESSION WILL BE GIVEN FEBRU A K Y 1st. Our cost sale will continue! * . j " ,.? V >ra..-{ _, j until that time. ' : :; ?' .'.',-. ? I ; V/e still have nearly everything desired, ill wool silk wraps, 38-u)ch Henriettas sMd for $1, ai 73 eis; all wool silk I fiaisb, 4G-i?ch h?nriettas, sold for 91, j sold at 75 cts.; all wool 46-inch j henrietta. sold for 85 cts. now 62} cts., all wool 38-inch heuricttas, sold for 50 cts. now 37} cts ; all wool 38-inch henriettas. soid tor 371 cts. now 25 cts. IN CLOAKS We have a lull line of plush wraps, modrjeskaa^ jUewrnarkets, and jackets, -indweo&n *ave you the profits other ?^busesare making. SN STAPLE GOODS WE HAVE Fruit of the iooro. bleach, 8} cts. I Lonsdale. bleach, 8} cts. Lonsdale, cambric. 1' } cts. jHWamt"??iutlavbfe>ich, 11 cts. * New York mills. 11 cts. I ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 31 January 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. (OA >LT AND VVMSKLY) An Independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political interests of Roanoke and Southwest Virginia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily, one year. ?6.o? Daily, six months. S.OO Dai.y, three months. 1.60 Daiiv, oue month.,. 50 j V'eekiy. 1.001 Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv? ery, fifteen cents a "week, titty cents a month, J nd six dollars a year. Advertising rates furnlshod on appllc. on at theottice. For marriage and death notices, of ordi nary length, 50 cents will lie-charged. All transieet advertisements must br natd for in advance. . No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected communications not returned by mail unless postage is sent lor | ^that purpose. "Every other day insertions will beeharged j same as every day insertions, less 2C j ?cent.; twice a week, 40 per cent.; once \k, 50 por cent? ers containing important news solic for advertising apply only to I "gss of advertisers. Adver-1 [reg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 31 January 1890

to TFldpw? ar?I Or pbanw. \hiy, January 27?Michael Da? wn funds entrusted to him by and others, has sent ??0 ridows and orphans of nine fishermen drowned at Donegal. The three outlets for disease are the bowejs, the skin and the kidneys. Regulate their action by the best purifying tonic, Burdock Blood Bitters. Empress Augusta' left 7,000,000 marks. Her jewels and ornament f are bequeath* d to personal friends as keepsakes Une valuable . jewel is left to the E??press Victoria. OFK VEKY BEST PEOPLE. Confirm our statement when we say that Dr. Acker's English remedy is in every way superior to any and all other preparations for the throat and lungs. In whooping cough and croup, it is uiagjc and relieves at once. We offer you a sample bottle free. Remember, this remedy is sold on a positive guarantee by Budwell, j Christian & Barbee._ The young king of Spain, who has been pronounced out of danger, is not a pretty child He is totally bald and has no eyebrows nor eyelash? es He...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 31 January 1890

Ei ITT I, E LOCALS. Interesting Item* Too Short lor Sep? arate Heads. The bill to incorporate the Salem Improvement company has passed the senate. Messrs. J. S. Simmons & Co.. sold | real estateyesterduv to the amount of j $7,000. A marriage license was issued, yes- j terday by the clerk of the corporation j court to Mr. T. D. Pring and Miss! Florence Tutwiler, of this city. Attention is called to the notices in another column of the Roanoke Warer i company. The water will be cut off] tonight from 7 till 12 o'clock. The Salem Improvement company \ yesterday bought 300 acres of hind belonging to Messrs. Charles Bnrrell! and J. P. Hontz, paying for it the] sum of $200 an acre. There seems to be a large demano in Southwest Virginia for colored la bor. Anothercar load passed through here yesterday bound for that section of the state. T. H.Cohen, representative of "Bea? con Lights'" was ?n the city yester day arranging for the tippearance <>t this excell...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 1 February 1890

^L. VI-NO. 54, UOANOKK, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY MOHMNG, FEBRIARY 1, 1890. PRICE?FIVE CENTS ?OF GOODS roTicws, ETC. laving concluded to [farther diuiiu I ish onr stock before turning it over to our successor, We will continue our CTION SALE LMENC1NG MONDAY MORt> LNG, EBRUARY3, AT 10 O'CLOCK, it which time we will offer oiir Entire Stock of ESS : GOODS. S SOMETHING NICE IN es, Ginghams, French id Domestic Sateens, |e flouncing, k laces, [iE It Y, corsets, P Table Linens, Rib |s, jeans, Kid Gloves, liesj' and Gentlemen's IvJjvEAR, CLOAKS. ETC. [the , dia X>i ESPECIALLY INVITED & TO ATTEND. \ I? 1ST |0:o:o:o:o: FISHBURIME, JONES & CO. Wholesale Grocers, ! - -A N D .ers corner of Henry street and Railroad avenue, are prepared to \ furnish the mercantile public, goods | in their line, and FLOOR, MEAL, CHOP, SC.. M their own manufacture. For in? stance their noted brands of best patent SNOW FLAKE FAMILY FLOUR, &c, at prices which will vn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 1 February 1890

THE EOA?fOKE TIMES. (da'lv and weekly) An Independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political interests of Roanoke and Southwest Virginia. subsceiption IIATe7~ Dailv, one year. fo.OO Daily, six months. 3.00 Oai .v, three months. 1.50 Dativ, one mouth. 50 V'ee'kly. LOO Furnished to city subscribers, free dcliv ? t ry, fifteen cents a week, fifty cents a mouth, nd six dollars a year. Advertisingrates furnished on applies on at thoofiice. For marriage and death notices, ofordi nary length, SO cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must be pai I for ia advance. No attention yrtvento anonymous con-i spoudence, and rejectee, communications nol returned by mail unless postage is sent . i I that purpose. Every other day insertions will beehargeu the same as every day insertions, less - per cent.; twice a week, io percent.; um a week, 50 par cent. Letters containing important news ??>::? ? itetl. Contracts for advertising apply only to the regular ousni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 1 February 1890

i Proposed Second Vice-President. ? WasringtoK, January 30.?Argu? ment on the resolution proposing an amendment to the constitution cre? ating and defining the office of second vice-president was heard yesterday by the bouse committee "on the election of president and vice-presi? dent. Rspresentati?) Dibble, of "'-?outU. fWoliha^ .l^xiptl fho reso? lution. It is identical" with a sim? ilar resolution that was acted on favorably by the committee in the forty-ninth congress. In the course of his remarks Mr. Dibble argued the necessity for a second vice-president by showing that during the existence of the government the office of vice? -president- had| been vacant in the I aggregate for twenty-live years, and I that during the past forty years it had been vacant for eighteen ;years. He also spoke of the double duties that would devolve upon the seeretary'of state in case that officer was called upon to r?t as presi? dent, as contemplated by existing law. Mr Dibble, speaking of the oc?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 1 February 1890

LITTLE LOCALS. cresting Items Too Siiorr for Sep? arate llen?x. dr. W. P. Tumer.has been appoint postmaster at Conleyville, this inty, vice J. B. Corley, resigned. Lfuoh interest is now manifested in' * y politics and there are many who mid like to know who will be the it mayor of Roanoke. The services at the Young Men's iristian Association tomorrow even will be conducted by Mr. E. Lin >od Flippo. The house bill to "amend and re " act sections 1, 8, 2~> ana 50 of an "act proved January 81st, 1S84, providing * a new charter for the city of nanoke," has passed the Senate. Mr. J. E. Tennyson found his dog sterday morning in a very short no, another striking evidence of the ilue of this paper as an advertising edium. The lirst quarterly meeting of the ,ethodist church will .be held at inton today and tomorrow. Rev. .1. Hutchinson, presiding elder, will ?each at 11 o'clock on each day. and so on tomorrow night Delia Stonall and ('barley Xorvall, :>5ored ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 2 February 1890

Y OODS, &9TQNS, ETC. tying Concluded to farther dimin? ish onr stock before turning it over to our successor, f. C. Berqer. We will continue our 'OTIC tMMENCING MONDAY MORF I NU, BRUARY3, AT 10 O'CLOCK, ?'hieb time we will 'oiler our ntire t$sH of 5$-; GOODS. SOMETHING NICK IN f, Ginghams, French D >mestic Sateens, FLOUNCING, , LACES, ERY, CORSETS. s, Table Linens, Rib Is, Jeans, Kid Gloves, Hfxlies' and Gentlemen's ?erwrar, clocks, etc. l$:S ESPECIALLY INVITED, ffj ffl TO il TT1 D. ?NEW WHOLESALE GROCERY :0:o:c.o:o: ^SHBURNE,JONES & CO.,| jwiiolesale Grocers, -A N D Merchant Millers, jji^^the corner of Henry street and Railroad avenue, are prepared to fuxifish the mercantile public, goods! in tHfeir line, and fl|r. meal, chop, sc.. theijr own manufacture. For in? stance their noted brands of best patent SNOW FLAKE FAMILY j FLOUR, &c, at prices which will compare with any markets in the land. They have leased of the Ro anoke Mdling comp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 2 February 1890

THE KOANOKE TIMES. (daily and weekly) An Independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political interests of Roanoke and Southwest Virginia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Dm!v, one year. ?6.(K) Daily, sis month*. 3.00 Dai y. three month;. 1.60 Daiiv, one month. 50 v, 5tly. 1.00 (furnished to city subscribers, free deliv? ery, fifteen cent.-. a week, fifty cents a month, nd -is dollars n year; Advertising rates furnished on applica ou nt the oiltcc. marriage and death notices, ofordi nary length, 50 cents will be charged. Ail transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre spondenci. and rejected communications not roti rned by mail unless postage in sent tor ti?>: purpose. . : other day insertions will be charged . name .is every day insertions, less JO' percent.; twice a week, 40 per cent.; cacti a week, 50 ppr cent, i Letters containing important news soli; -1 ited. " < racts for advert Ising apply only to, th&a...

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