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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 7 December 1890

THE WEEKLY REVIEW OF TRADE. Approaching Holidays Make Business Lively. Every l.ino of Trade Coming In for Its Mian- of the Holiday Trade Ivxropt tho Iteul ill- UaalnCM?The Money Market Busier?A I'roiulnenl Banker's Views on the Hituntion? Trade in nearly nil of its various channels has been good during the past week. Uoal estate is the only business that has folded its hands at all. It is yet? ting Christmas times, and people don't very often niako Christmas presents of real estate?not around lloanoke, any? how. Lots usually come too high for Christmas presents. And so the noble army of real estate men here say that they do not expect any rush of business in their line until after Christmas and New Years. Hut Christinas presents of some sort have to he bought ami taken home, and bid away till "the night before Christ? mas," when the same old Santa Claus stocking lake is played olf onco mure. Tho jewelers are a doing a big busi? ness, selling holiday goods, watches, lockets, diamonds...

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. — 7 December 1890

TOLD BY ENVELOPES. Character I)Hrln*ed I? t'io \V;?y You Write Your Friend's Address. Somo porsons elalm that character discloses itself to tho observing from the outside of an envolope, and al? though tho assertion sooras docidodly far fotched, thoro is moro than a grain of truth in it after ali. It all depends, howovor, on that little clause "to tho obsorving." If ono stops an instant to think, a blurred or blotted address sug? gests that tho writer must have a good deal of "don't caro" in his make; if tho contrary wore the caso, and an acci? dental blotting of tho onvelopo had oc? curred, it would have been destroyed and a clean ono taken its place" If let? ters conto habitually from ono person and are habitually blurred and slovenly in their address, it argues a certain slovenliness in character. If tho penmanship is a quick, caro less, dashy band, it suggests that tho writer is of a quick, nervous tempera? ment, while if the writing itself is hur? ried to slovenliness it disclo...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 7 December 1890

A Physicians Advice. I Buffered for years from general debility. Tried other rcrnodies, and got no relief. My Physician proscribed S. S. S. I increased in flesh; My appetite improved; I gained strength; Was made young again; It is the best medicine I know of. Majialey Tobpek, Oakland City, Ind Send for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. alterativeI [ lb I fron Kv FOR TUMORS. Ihave toe.i a aufforor from tumor* aad soros. l!y employer rocom ncE?cd co tc try Us "A.D.C. AUcratlvo." _? I did co, and have bcon entirely restored. I believo H to to an absolute Eleoi furifler. Cratltudo prompts tbis testimonial. AL3EET M?2RA7, Richmond, Va. IONIC |For Lung Troubles. To: years I have coca a cutftrer from lurj trouble. Ha-dsshcard FOR HACKING COUGH. A. B. C. Tonic ? Eitcc'.orau*. I completely cured me of ncmor- j laago from tao lungs fellovred by ahaciiaj ecush. :atr:i jcnircoy. r.ictm?d. va. Trratisr on Monti and Skin ZMiCMM/ree. Atl'lr, s.< REGULAWR pai^...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 7 December 1890

ONE-PRICE STORE. NEW FALL DRESS GOODS. SNYDER & MACBAIN ^ave opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods, cashmeres, serges, henriettas, all-wool habit cloths and Scotch plaid suitings in all the newest shades and color? ings, new blankets, comforters, hosiery and underwear, zephyr and Saxony j'ams in all shades, Butterick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October just received. ONE-PRICE STO it 134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia. W. A. HELLMAN, OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. nov?-.lra H. SILVERTHORN, IMPORTER AND REPAIRER OF Our Repairing- Department la in charge* <if tho very finest workmen that can ho had. and wo guaranteed io work which cannot bo duplicated in the city. Send your watches to AND GET FIRST-CLASS WORK. Bedford City Real Estate and Stocks. Geo. L. Colgate & Co., Agents, Eed-fbrd. 011:37% T7"a>. Wholesale and retail dealers in frame stuff, flooring, siding, laths and all kinds of lumber. Call and see us. Office: Didier Building...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 9 December 1890

Call on J. B. HOCKADAY, 'The Pioneer Agent, for Roanok,o Hoal Estate. 1 VOL. IX.-NO. 70. SPECIAL NOTICES. K OPECIAL BARGAIN. Investors, observe your opportunities. Now is the tiiuo to buy special bargains in real estate. We have a lot fronting25 feet on Bail road avenue, 75 feet east of Henry street, almost at the foot of the overhead bridge, for 87,000; $1,750 cash: $2,000 of this amount runs for nearly five years in payments of $25 per month. WILBUR S. POLE & CO. Rooms :i and 4. Exchange Building. (>TIC 11. We can sell lots in the heart of the town at 25 to 40 per cent, lower than ayy other lots near volvjjm can be bought for. fMMpNttt^jOIBLEIt& CO., IE A LTKi?T%TB AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. flllico corner Washington and Water Streets. xt UTILE?On and after December II. 1\ the offlco of the Roanoko Gas and Water Company will beat Rooms 11 and 13, second Moor, Exchange Building, corner .^a^Vm avenue and .lelVorson street. IV. C RAWN, manger, dte.'.i-lw A NEW ENTERPRISE. Wo be...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 9 December 1890

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA NEWS. MADIOIU). 3null?lln? Operation? Moving Alonj; I4voly?A Sprlnj; lloom K.ipectcU. ItAVPOKD, Va., Dec. 8.?[Special]? "Work on tlio bridge of tho West Radford l^and and improvement Company is going ahead steadily, and the piers, composed of iron cylinders filled with concrete, will soon be placed into the rivor. When completed, in the early *oring. the bridge will he n great ad? vantage as well as an ornament to Rad? ford, in that it opens up the property of tho West Radford Land .and Improve? ment Company and brings in a large merchandise traffic from I'll 1 aski county. The foundations of the Crane iron Company are completed and the iron work on the stoves, etc., is being placed in position. Thomas II. Walker & Co., the contractors for the Crane plant, are also pushing the foundations of the iron pipe plant. The Hotel Cage, anew and commodious hostelry, will be ready for guests inn few days, and with every facility for tho accommodation of the traveling pu...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 9 December 1890

IN THE HUNTING FIELD. Varieties of the Girl Who Rides to Hounds. Tlu? Fashionable Fox Hunt Evotven Fe* cullar Typen?The tllrl TV ho Fol? lows by the Road and the One tv ho Taken Every Thlac. ICOPYRIOHT. 1890.1 {Special Correspondence.] Tlio girl who rides to hounds is a peculiarly British product of evolution. tShe exists elsowhere, but not in her perfection. On English soil tho species has developed several varieties. First, and least differentiated from the girl in general?sho who drives a ?pony trap or a dog cart instead of trust? ing herself on the back of any animal? llrst comes the girl who .seldom at? tempts to follow except by tho road, unless, indeed, she has in tow a cavalier (Sufficiently devoted to alight at the .gates and let down the. bars. The girl who fears to jumn a stilo is often very pret ty in the ball-room, but your genu? ine fox-hunting dame looks down on hor as a little out of place at the covert , side. She rides, very probably, a quiet pony ? with a big liei...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 9 December 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. ffiVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIM KS PUBLISHING CO., Publlsncrs nml Proprietors. TIMES DUILTJlNG, rhlrd avenueand First street, southwest. TELEPHON 1? N UM DER 134. 9nK Tihks will bo dollvorcd In lloanoko, Sn em.nnd Vtutoti every morning by carriers for cents per month. TERMS, I1T MAIL, (PoatOgO Prepaid.) Dolly, one month.J ..50 ** three months.1.50 " six months . .... ?UtO " one year.0.00 All papers sent out or tho city must be paid for invariably in advance. TUB WEEKLY TIM E8. TtiK Wkkki/y Timks. containing tho news of tho week hi ti mere condensed form, one yeur, f 1.00 in advance. Advertising rates mnde known on applica? tion. Items of news, communications, etc., should be addressed to the Editor of Tin: Timks. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, cheipie. or ilrat't, should he ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TIME8 PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke. Virninia. Entered at tho Postoflico at ltoanoke as sec ?nd-olnss matter. The Ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 9 December 1890

THE NEGRO'S DESTINY. Dr. Campbell Says He Will Eventually Return to Africa. Rev. Dp. W. C. Canipboll preached yesterday morning at the Presbyterian Church. A collection was taken up for tho Tuskaloosa, Alabama, Institute, a Presbyterian institute for tho education of colored ministers. Alluding to this T)r. Campbell was led to speak of tho importance of education for tho negroes, and of the race question in general. Dr. Campboll said, explaining tho objects for which Tuskaloosa Insti? tute was founded, said: "A great many are prejudiced against giving to causes Uko tho one In question. "This should not bo the case. Wo ought to do all in our power to educate tho colored people, and not give them a meagre education; rather the best that can be had. At tho breaking out of the war, there wore 5.000,000 negro slaves in the country. God, in his providence, set them free, now they have reached tho number of 8,000,000,' and wo have to contend with the groat problem of what t > do with th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 9 December 1890

HINTS FOR COLLECTORS. Mom Particularly fur Thou* Who Do Not Have Too Much Money. A few hints of ?ronoral character may bo useful to tho rcllnctor whoso knowl? edge has not yet, boon bought In the market of practical experience. Lot him avoid, in tho first place, a servilo following of the fashion. Lot him avoid giving an extravagant prico for any thing. Tho shortness of his purso is ofton an actual protection to tho col? lector. It makes him use his wits and gain that knowledge which his woalthy zompetitor never attains to. Tako pictures, for ox ample; tho rich buy or fills his gallory with what ho is pleased to consider mastorpiecos of art. Ho bo pins In ignorance, and tho dealers?tho whole crowd of thoso whoso business it is to minister to his vanity and extract his gold?tako care that ho shall ncvor learn more than they choose to teach him. When ho dios bo leaves his col? lection to tho nation, in tho firm confi? dence that tho buldings in Trafalgar Square will bo forthwith enlar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 9 December 1890

;?AVE YOU SEEN fT? JWe refer to the full and comprehensive- treatise on the \Blood and skip (Whether you are sick or well, ?very homo should have a copy. Jf you are weil, It tolls you how to kocp so. you are sick, It tells you how to regain your health. This valuable pamphlet will bo mail? ed free to applicants, i Tue SwiiT Specific Co*, Atlas ta. Ga s: ? Tonic AND Expectorant \ -AN n f jl A. Jt. C. Cltcmical V.o., j Richmond, Ya.t r" Itaving for u long thw suffered \ . ,ram the effects of n- horrible blootl \ trouble, and after resorting to medic '.' 5 5 slit Ho ud other renn dies without bette- s fit,Itrtcd(tA. 11. C. Alterative." I i , have been entIrrig restoretl, and it ?' 5 affords mopleasuro to attest its vir- r1 ) tue*. It is evidently ? very great tonte 4 and nltcrtttlrc, and l recommend.any '. suffering from blood (rouble,to try it. J ./. if*, ivi:i.ujut, f JOtr. If . Vary St., Richmond, Ta. i SOLD BY ALL_DRUGGISTS. / Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases i by mull free. A(l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 9 December 1890

ONE-PRICE STORE. NEW FALL DRESS GOODS. SNYDER& MACBAIN ^ave opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods, cashmeres, serges, Henriettas, all-wool habit cloths and Scotch plaid suitings in all the newest shades and color? ings, new blankets, comforters, hosiery and underwear, aephyr and Saxony yarns in all shades, Bntterick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October jnst received. QU . 134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia. . HELLMAN, PKOPEIETOE. OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, H. SILVERTHORN, IMPORTER AND REPAIRER OP IFIISTIE] "WATCHES Our Repairing- Department Es in charge of the very finest vvorknier that can bo had. ami wo guaranteed io work which cannot bo duplicated in tho city. Send .your watches to SILVEBTHOBK'S AND GET FIRST-CLASS WORK. L. 23. KC-u-ff", Manager. tf_ Bedford City Real Estate and Stocks. Geo. L. Colgate & Co., -<k.g:erLts, Bed-f?xd. City, "Va,. 9 Wholosnlo und rotail dealers in frame stnlT, flooring, siding, laths und all kinds at lumber. Call ;ind...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 10 December 1890

I Advertise In THE TIMES. S&vorybocty reads It. VOL. IX.?NO. 71 SPECIAL NOTICES. SPECIAL BARGAIN. Investors, observe your opportunities. Now is tbu time to buy special bargains in real estate. Wo have a lot fronting-LT) foot on Railroad avenue, 7.1 foot east of Henry street, almost at tbo foot of the overhead bridge, for $7,009 : 81.750 cash; 52,000 of .this amount runs for nearly ivo years in payments of 825 per month. ?WILBUR S. POLE &. CO. Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. NOTU;H-_ Wo can sell lots in the heart of the town at 25 to 40 per cent, lower than any otherlols near them can bo bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan. Va. Office corner Washington and Water ntroots. e NOTICE?On and after December 11, the olHco of the Roanoke Oas and Water Company will be at Rooms 11 and 12, second floor, Exchange Building, corner Salem avenue and Jefferson street. J. C. RAWN. manger. dcc9-lw A NEW ENTERPRISE. We beg leave to announce that wo have inuagur...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 10 December 1890

I Democrats or K "publicans) if lold that I an,v election, to no either conducted or controlled by Mc.'lure, could be fair and honest, would I.;ugh in the face of hint who said it, anil would say thai such a thing would be . n impossibility. At ihe ooriolusion of Mr. Perry sspeech, Mr. Aldi ich end avored to secure imme? diate action upon tho tobacco rebato bill, but upon Mr. Pluuib'sobjection the matter wont OVt r. Tie debate on the olootion b'll was resumed, and Mr. Daniel addressed the ' Senate in oppo ;tion to it. lie unoted ] from. Mr. Hoar - speech of last August, that the bill Btr?ck at tho North as well j as the South, and also recited the motto j placed at the head of that speech,"Shall i wo keep faith with tho people?.',' and; Bald that win.tbor sinuoro or not, that was ;. s Iriking battle cry. The people had read that speech and : had tjtiswcred it. All of the thirteen ; original States had upon it Plie Mat of ' their condemnation. The Stale *f! Massachusetts, at which bo...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 10 December 1890

HOME-MADE CARAMELS. Sow to Mnko Swretn That Arn Sure to ?lo IMiro and IIurmlv.HR, Our cnndy was to bo sold for a cont a stick,, but tbo sticks woro not scanty littlo snips by any means. Mrs. Cart wright mado us a present of tho molas? ses, Lois brought the sugar from homo; Al Fay brought tho salcratus, Tatty remomborod about tho vinegar, and Marjorio producod the butter. Thoso were tho ingredients: a half gallon ot Now Orleans molasses, a cup of vinogar, a pioco of buttor as largo as two ojrgs, a good toaspoonful of salcra? tus disso vod in hot water. Wo melted tho sugar in tho vinogar, stirrod it into tho molassos, and lot it como to tho boil, stirring steadily. Tho boys took turns at this work. YVhon the syrup began to thicken wo dropped in tho salcratus, which makes it clear; then flouring our hands, oacli took a position, and pulled it till it was ?white. Tho longer wo pulled, tho whiter it grow. Wo ate seme of it, but wo girls wero quite firm in saving half for our sale. Thon w...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 10 December 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. |?YERY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. BOAKOKK Tl ?KS PUBLISHING CO., Publisnei s and Proprietors. TIMi ? BUILDING, rhlrd avenue and Vlrst street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMlllCU 121. TliK Tim ks wir be delivered In Roanoke, Sn oin.nnd Vlnton ? cry morning by carriers for cents por mouth. THUMS. BY MAIL, (Poatagc Prepaid.) f>?Uy, onr> tno<.J. 0n ?? throo months. " six luonviw . .... ??? one your. All jiaporaschl out er the city must be paid for Invariably in wlTonee. THH W BBKLY TIMES. Tor Wr.i-Ki.y Tim KS, containing Hie news of Ibuwe?kln a n?< ro condensed form, one year. Jl.tX) in udTtttin . Advertising rates im.de knewn on applica? bel? ? - Items or news, wnmiunloattoiw.ete.^hould ?**>^. 1st.Veil leUcr, fiiiVs or dratt, should be ad dr.>.<( d im I made puyuMo to THB r.OAN?^ i' i iv 1? P?llIilSlllXG CO. Heimelte. Vlnrima. Untere' at iho PostolUcoat Itoanokc tu, bcc Md-omi t> matter. The Tim es controls fran? chises of both the Associated Press and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 10 December 1890

DESTITUTION IN THE WEST. Many South Dakota Farmers in a Bad Way. Mirny NunVrors in Oklulioinit Also?A I'atluro of the Croyn llio Cause of the 1'r?mb!c?The WnntH of tho I'oople f I'artlully Alleviated by tho Dhjtrlbu tlon of wiiHi food ouii be Secured. I'ikkuk, S. I).. Due. ??. -Llo?tonant tlovernor Fletcher was asked yesterday About destitution among South Dakota farmers. 1 lo said: "Yes, there is destitution in South Dakota, nil reports to ttio contrary not? withstanding. And. what is more,- I eah't see the wisdom of. attempting to cover up t hese r;l.es,:. The experience is one common to the settlement of all new countries. There are seven counties in the State that 1 know of which are suf? fering and in destitute circumstances, resulting from the drought which has prevailed in these parts, more or less, j for tho past three seasons. '?In Drown county tho southeastern ! part had a fairly good crop: the rest is j in most destitute circumstances. Then there are Marshall, Mul'herson,...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 10 December 1890

FINANCE AND COMMERCE. Nnw Yo?K, Doc [Special |?Ks chango active, and steady at 480(#4S4. "Monoy close at 3@15, last loan at 3. Sub-treasury balances?gold, 8144,171, ?00; currency, St, 107,000. Government bonds dull and steady?Is.iSS; 4&B, 103. State bonds entirely negh ctcd. Ala. CA 2-3s.. 100 IN. O. Pa.,1st.. 83'4 do. Cl. B r?s.. 107 N.Y. Cen.Ofi M Ga. 7s mortg'e- N. & .W. pref.. 521, j H. C.tis.121 N. Pac.20 >4 do. .4s.OSJr^N. Pac. prof.. til K. C. con Br. .. 90 Pao. "Mail 'Penn. Os.100 Reading.'20 " Tonn. 5s.104 IR. & W. P. T'l 15 Tonn, sott_GOJi Rook Island.. 70H Vir. Os.50 St. Paul. 50 Vir.consuls. . . 47 St. Paul prof.102^ Ch.&N. W...102 Tex.-Pacific.. 14M do profer'd. .130K Tn.CoalA lr*n 30?i Bel. <& Look... 120 Union Pacific. 17 ', Erio. 10 IN. .1. Con.!>7|, 12.Tonn., now. OJilMo. Pacific... 58J<J Lake Shore ... lOl'VWV.-1. 1'nion . 73 ^ L.&N. 721?'.Col. OU T. C. Fl '?. Mom. & Char.. 40 Brunswick .. .r 10 Mob. i&Oh'o.. 25 (Mob. &am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 10 December 1890

IS YOUR WIFE WELL? THE WOMEN OF AMERICA ARE THE LARGEST CONSUMERS OF S. S. S. IT NEVER FAILS TO RESTORE -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 boolc on blood diseases. Mailed free. Swikt Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga, BA*3 Preparations: jj $?f alterative, The Judge of Hanover County speaks. Tir.i. Howard suffered for three years with luwj and l iroat troubles, and last 3pring was thought by I.is neighbors io bo L,'y,r:(j. J heard of his condition and gave him A. B. C. To:::c. It:; effect was magical. In a very short time Sie was able <:o leave hio bed, and now regards himself a weil man. Others iti Urn vicinity have taken the " Tonip " with proncunccd benefit. Very respectfully, S. G. REDD, Beaver Dam Drpot. Hanover Co.,Va. SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. Trontfo) on Blond and ?kin Diseases hy l?oiltrou. Addn sn A. B, 6. QHE&iOAL 80,3 17 S. 12th ST.,...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 10 December 1890

Have opened up a large line of new goods specially suited for Christmas presents. Toilet Sets. BOOKS. Elegant plush cases, Aand- Picture books, story books, plush albums at 75c, $> 1, booklets, tables aud easels, ?j.75, $2.50 to?5 eacn- j toys and games. some Ladies' & Gentlemens' Umbrellas Hundreds to choose from, and at low prices. Princess Alice bags! and Pocketbooks. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Handkerchiefs. Towels anil Table Linens, Linen sets, plain, white and fancy borders from $2.75 to $9 a set; plain white and fancy Linen aud silk, hemstitched, Dolls, Dolls, Dolls, Dolls, Dolls.! cmbroidered and initialed, Bisque and indestructable ! plain and bordered, from 3c to ' bordered knotted finger towels dolls all sizes and at all prices. ? ,$3.50 each. from 19c to S1.75 each. 134 SALEM AVEF W. A. PERSONAL ITEMS. What People are Doing in and Out of Roanoke. A marriage license was yesterday granted to John A. Uunn and llattie ColTer, both colored. ' The Junior Hose Campany will ...

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