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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 20 September 1895

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. ROANOKE, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 20, 1895 rVJJL ASSOCIATED PKESS TT.LEOBAMH _ ? ALL IH? NEWS OJT THE HOKLD. ' , 1-- - ,--: PTHB '.VK?TIIEK. Forecast for Virginia: Fair pre ceded by local tliunder atormi) In ?untern portion; southerly -wind?. Summer Days Ii 3.vi) como again,but the stormy BBbNon will soon bo with us, and now is the time to have repairs made to your Roofs, Gutters and Spouts. Soanoke Roofing and Motal Cornice Co., Oommerco St nnd Franlilln Road. J. R. COLLI NO WOO I), - - Manager. - 'Phono 223. ?X AUK SOLE AGKNTS FOK FINE BOX CANDIES. .'Mail <).- ilera Given Prompt AI tendon. Hr'J JKFPKKSON HTKEKT. BsaT'.-ur 10 cent Borated Talcum powder still lends. Have you tried it? OTE RS GATOGNtS RESTAURANT Having employed oue of Norfolk's best cook?, we ure piepared to serve the public with the best oysters that waB ever served in the city. Special Invitation to Ladies: We have two separate Din? ing Parlors, and the politest attention in the ci...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 20 September 1895

From early child? hood until I was' grown my family j spent a fortune trying to cure mo1 of this disease. I visited Hot Springs and was treated by the best medical men, but was not benefited. When and in four g Rs IVl months was ' entirely cured. The terribl? eczema1 was gone, not a sign of it left. My general health built up, and I have i never had any return of the^lisease. I havo often recommend? ed S.S.S. aud have never _ yet known a failure to cure. GEO. W. IRWIN, Irwin. Pa. Never fails to cure, oven when nil other I remedies have. Our , t real isoon blood and j skin diseases mailed free to any address. SWU-T SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta any return 01 me nisease. CHILDHOOD 80HEDULE ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY. IN EFFECT SEPT. 15, 181)5. Norwich. I College. Vluton. |\VostEnd. ? o 5 ?? A M 6 SU 700 1 40 S5>0 0 (fl 9 40 10 20 A M 8 46 7 .0 8 00 8 40 920 10 00 . , 10 40 11 00 1 11 20 11 40 P M 12 20 100 1 40 920 3 00 8 40 ?20 6 00 540 620 700 7 40 890 9 00 9 40 10 90 11 00 12 00 PM 12 40 1 ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 20 September 1895

Sole Agents and distributer5 Park Place o?r GiurchST YOST ? FOBBEB CO. (LIMITED). tnrr^ Next'door to t'ostofllce, have a complete jgg FiiXZR stock ot fine BUGGIES, CARRIAGES PH/ETONS, ROBES, WHIPS, ETC. ?CALL IN AND SHE OUK SPECIAL? SAFETY BUGGIES. kkeeplnsi i Arithmetic, I ?i'SIN KS?* I' Tiioromrh) nmanship, I '*'.Pi Individual and all theI ,Jk'%*J,Kw.EA i Instruct..? Commercial I KM Chestnut St., I Situations Branches. | Philadelphia. | Famished. '1 hv maximum of knowledge attho minium m d! cost. Krittjircircular: THEO. W. PALMS. Prcst. Cblehesl - English Dtnnioml lirnn:!. THE S?UL. .-rj^ . 1 L. ?? Body, n-.ind and soul? These uro tho earthly trinity. ' Two p:trt.-i of it aro linite; ? ? Tlio other puri is infiuito. . i_J Tho body und tho miud Stop in tlio itrave. ' ' . Tho soul goes onward, ? j k "~ Kot as man shaped it, L'/.!' '? * To fit tho human body *" And tho mortal mind, But us Clod iniido it, "~ ?**~ 80 it goes to him - ? Unchanged. ?W. J. Lampton in Now York Run. A VERY ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 20 September 1895

THE TIMES. BVSHY MOKNINO, EXCEPT MONDAY HI) A NO KS PUBLISUINU CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMES BUILDING, 133 OAMPBBLL AVENUE S. W. TKKMS BY MAIL (I'ostase Propald), Dally, one mouth.K .60 " three months.i-50 M six months.3.00 ** one year. In advance .... 6.00 Sunday Edition, one year .... 1.00 Thb Time? le a mem Der of tho Aesoclated Press?the greatest nows-collecting association in tho world?and receives ovor a special wire the foil telegraphic news service of the Associated Press?tno b*mo news from all over the United Statesand the wcrld that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the ?rc.it dallies of New Vor *, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. SEPTEMBER. ~ 8 M T W T P S 13 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1? 13 14 ID 16 17 18 It) 80 ~'l 88 S3 84 85 26 87 86 89 30 NOTICE. T. Campbell Oray ban been appointed circulation maaaeer of THE TIDIES and is authorized to receive money and receipt for same on account of this paper. KOANOHK PUBLISHING CO. Koanoke. Sept. 0th, I80?. Toe proposed prize fight a...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 20 September 1895

FALL Hundreds of patterns of Dress Goods?the most beauti fnl designs and of the fmesb weaves?such as Figuraa Mohairs in black and color efa, Mohair Brilliantine, Silk anCr Wool Boucles, Fancy Jacq? uards, Storm Serges in navy blue and black, Broadcloths in all color?, Henriettas in all the new shades at prices that will astonish yon for cheapness. The handsomest line of 25c Dress Goods in the city. Black Dress Goods. We have laid in the largest assortment of Black Goods, consisting of French Serge in 46, 48 and 50 inches wide at 50c, 65c and 75c. These goods must be seen to be appre? ciated?every yard guar? anteed. Fancy Black, Jacquard Mohair, Mohair? eens, Crepons, Ladies' Cloth, Henriettas, and a dozen other makes. lew Silts for Iaists At 75c, worth $1. 20 different patterns to se? lect from. Special Drive in Chenile Table Covers, Just received 10 dozen Chenile Table Covers, all beautiful designs, 1 ^ yards square, at 75c. White Bedspreads. 10 dc/en at 69c. Come and see them and ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 20 September 1895

A MONOAINE'S VIEW OF VENUS. Men will ravo nl-out tho V?i?n? Her of Moloa? though her waist fi Would drivo any woman eruzy .'* '?. \sS Jf she conldn't have it la< i-d. .Hp ?? ? ? Buelt |?n notfterous proiiortions May <K? woll < nough in :irt, .').'..'-'. lint you really can't imugluo " :"T , Venus over looking ''umnrt." Any French modiste will toll yon That she nover could he ehio t'.'.tli that waist. I vow 'tin marly, li not quite, a half yard illic it. Oh, <>r course she "goes" in marble, I>nl she'd hurdly lxi n 1m llo It: a 'ao gown. You'.! never Think l;rr ''swagger" now nor "swell." A la mode she'd I?' a tnonsti r. Would goddess, and it grieves F.n do sii olo Minis tu fancy What she'd look like in big sleeves. Vi uns never would be "in it." And tho men who rhapsodize C or her form would, wi re she mortal, Bo the lirst to criticise. Wore tho goddess gowned in fashion Then, for nil her wond'rons race, They would find her figure "vulgar" And declare sho'd belter l...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 20 September 1895

HE JUST STANDS STILL. That la KM HnHlnrxf, ami Ilo Blftkei Ftin Fot tho Crowd. Any man can hnvo lots of fun in this world, if ho only know- how tu start out for it. No hard work is necessary. This is proved by the fiict that tho man who probably furnishes moro fun for himself Mid other folks than tiny single individ? ual on or oil the stage doesn't do a sin? gle tiling but stand still. Probably overy man, woman and child in Chicago has seen standing in front of a big business house at tho corner of Clark and Madison streets a tall, well built colored man, wearing a bottlo green coachman's livery, white hclmot and white gloves. HisuainoisAlphouso Costollo. lie was formerly a member of tiio city police force and has been a pri? vate detective and a constable. His duty now is really only to attract attention to the house where he is employed and to act as ushei to patrons who como in carriages. Somo men would get mighty tired and lonesome with nothing to do but Stand in front of a big ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 20 September 1895

TIMES AUE TKillT AND moucy is "scace," but we ^outiuue to have a good trade ,u8t the same. No dull times when prices are below /.cro. "We ire in tie Swim;' AND THE GOOD PEOPLE of this viciuity have long since fouud this out. Sample Shoes "DoMove," AND WE ARE HERE TO move thorn. Wc have Shoes to suit all classes. Fine Shoes, Medium Shoes and sorry Shoes, Shoes for one and all. JUSTGIVE US A CALL Yours to save, m Boanoke Shoe: Co. No. 13 S. Jefferson St. C. J, BUKT, Manager. Facts AuOutBflilng ?ben You Build You Want to Use the Best aufl Cheapest Material, WHITE PINE DOORS, WINDOWS ^ BLINDS ark this bkst. First. Because they arc much lighter. Second. Uccause they will cost less to bang and keep in repair. Third. Uecanac they arc thoroughly dry and \vi:l not ehr ink. For.rth. Becansethey will not warp and getont o! shape. Fifth, llccanse they havo a inttch smoother Surface, with no gaping Joints. Sixth. Because they will take and hold paint much better. Seventh. Because they will last ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 21 September 1895

THE ROANOKE DAILY VOL. XIV.?No. 3!>K 1'IUCE TUBGH CI'.MB. ROANOKE, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 21, 1895. ??Ott A8SOCIATED PRESS TKLEGBAMS ALL TUM NEWS OF THE WOBLlJ. PTil IS WEATHEK. Forecast for Virginia: Fair und continued warmer; Mouth westerly Wind?. Dj'l Waste Year Mode? ! II is better to pity a little more to have proper re? pairs made to your roof than to pay several "lit? tles" and have the work poorly done. Consult Us! Soanoke Roofing and Setal Cornico Co., Ooinmeroo Ht. and Franklin Bond, J. R. COLLI NO WOOD, - - Managor. - 'Phono 228. WE AUK SOLE AGENTS FOK FINE BOX CANDIES. rvi it 11 Ordern Given Prompt Attention. JO'J JEFFERSON ?TKEKT. ZftirOur 10 cent Borated Talcum powder still leads. Have you tried it *r OYSTERS catogni's restaurant Having employed one of Norfolk's best cooks, we are jucpared to serve the public with the best oysters that was ever served in the city. Special Invitation to ladles: We have two separate Din? ing Parlors, and the politest attenti...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 21 September 1895

"MOTHERS' FRIEND"; CURES RISIKO BREAST. \ I Inivo hern a midwife for years,, in euch cnso whero "MOTHKRS', FRIENDwas used it accomplished wonders, shortened labor ;vnd lessened? the pains. It. is tho best remedy lor* rising of the Breast known, and< worth tbo price for that alone. Mus. M. M. BnEWSTEn. Montgomery, Ala. 1 Sent by Express or nintl, >>n receipt of price. S 1 OO per bottle* Uoot. " To Mothers" i mulled (ico. i ' BBADFIELD UECULATOItCO.. Atlanta, Ca. * SVt.V UV A 1.1. lAlt'GGlSTS. IiNIVERSITY OF Mil SSBSESSM*e_SS_BSSSB_P' CHAR LOTTES VI LIE, VA. betters, Science, Engineering, Law. Medicine. Session lirglitH lritii September? Tuition In Academical Schools free to VTr glril?ns> Kor catalogues address WM. M. THORNTON. LL.O.. Cha'"" SCHEDULE ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY. IN kfkkct skit, 15. 1hp5. A M 6 801 7 00 7 40 8 91) 9 00 it 40 10 30 11 CO 11 40 P m 13 30 100 1 40 330 300 .140 430 6 00 540 630 700 7 40 830 9 00 ?40 10 30 11 00 a m 0 45 7 40 8 00 8-10 ?30 10 00 10 4...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 21 September 1895

JVULD AND PURE, M'ANUFAcnjlUED BY ALLEN & GINTER Thk Ambmca* tobacco Co. DONT BE JWOOZY. THATS 10 YOST - FORRER CO. (LIMITED). Nextjdaor to Poatofllcc, tiiive a complete stock ot fine BUGGIES, CARRIAGES PH/ETOMS, ROBES, WHIPS, ETC. ?CALL IN AND SHE OUU SPECIAL? SAFETY BUGGIES. it AritlitnetW IVnuiatish and nil th or i tommercii Itmui'licH Thorough. Individual Instruct ion. ?Situation:* Furnished. St. BUSINESS COLLEGE, DIU Chestnut St., Philadelphia. , Tin' max ininm of knowledge at tho minimum of HriU/vrtlrcuUri. THEO. IV. PALM?, 1'riaU < lil.-tu??;,-r'? I'.nglWh lilamonit Itrand. ENNYROYAL PILLS -tji?'v Original and Only Genuine. A ,1TttSs, a''?iv< r< liable, laoicb n-k ?\ W (?-TaA DrantM for Cklekutcrt Dla-jSk\ V*QlB?**w? *'???'In Med ??.! '?? /.( nwulltsXWv ?STOgtK 1 inUM ?Ith bias rlMwn. TakeYLy 4*S^ \i-.Tn.i ollirr. fitful*rfonyfrOKItuhttltw ? (Jf Until ilH't imittltiOlf. i' .>r - ':11c, jjs In lump* r^r particular*, 1 ?HmoitUi? hi. 1 t? " Itellcf f"r l.tidle?,"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 21 September 1895

THE TIMES. BV1SKY MOKNIN?, EXCEPT MONDAY HOANOKB PUUL1SUINU CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMES DUILDiNU, 1W UAMFHELL AVKNl'it S. W, TSKMS UY MAIL (l'oeta?e Prenslo), Dally, ono month.8 .5'J threo months ..... 1.5'.) ?? six months.3.0 J ?jnc year, tn advance .... 6.00 Bnnday Edition, one year .... 1.00 Tan Times is a roonioer of tho Associated Pross?the greatest news-collecting association In tho world?and reccivos ovor a special wire the toll tclceraphlc nows servlco of tho Associated Press?tno m?mo news from til over tho United States and the wcrld that is simultaneously re? ceived by the [treat dallies of Now Yorx, Philadel? phia and Ualtlmore. SEPTEMBER. S M T W T F S 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 ? lO 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 10 SO ?1 88 83 24 2Ji 20 2 7 SJ8 29 30 NOTICE. T. Campbell Gruy Iihs beon appointed circulation managbr of THE TIMES and is natborlzed to receive money and receipt for same on account of t hi- paper. KOANOK.B PUBLISHING CO. Bounoke. Sept. Stli, 1895. Senator Vbst, of M...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 21 September 1895

FALL STOCK Hundreds of patterns of Dress Goods?themcst beauti ful designs and of the finest weaves?such as Figured Mohairs In black and colored, Mobair Brllliantine, Silk and Wool Boucle3, Fancy Jacq? uards, Storni Serges in navy blue and black, Broadcloths in all color:*, Henriettas in all the new shades at prices that will astonish yon for cheapness. The handsomest line of 25c j Dress Gcods In the cily. i _ Black Dress Goods. We have laid in the largest assortment of Black Goods, consisting , of French Serge in 46, 48 and 50 inches wide at 50c, 65c and 75c. These goods must be seen to be appre? ciated?every yard guar? anteed. Fancy Black, Jacquard Mohair, Mohair? eens, Crepons, Ladies' Cloth, Henriettas, and a dozen other makes, New Sifts for Waists At 75c, worth $1. 20 different patterns to se? lect from. ^ ? Special Drive in Chenile Table Covers. Just received 10 dozen Chenile Table Covers, all beautiful designs, 1% yards square, at 75c. 10 dc/.en at 69c. Come and see them and c...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 21 September 1895

THE TOYS. Wy ilttlo Hon. who took'd from thoughtful eyes And niov'd und spoke In quiet, grown up wise, Having my law the seventh time disobeyed, J Ntrurlt liini und dlsiulss'd Vtllh hard words mid unklss'd. His mother, who was patient, being rt< ad. Tin o, U ai in leil his grief should hinder sleep, 1 Visited his bed. Jhil found him stuiltbi ring deep, With darkened eyelids and their lashes yet 1<>o?ii his lute sobbing wet, And 1, with 1110:111, Kitadng away his t.?:<> -. i, ft others of toy own, Por ..a a table drawn beside his head lb- . : d put, within hi- reach, A boa of counters und a red vein'd stone, A piece of tf!ns> abraded by the uo.wh And six or seven shells, A bottlo with bluebells And two French copper coins, rang'd there with careful art To comfort his sad heart. 80 when that night 1 prayed To God and wept ami sai l: "Ah. when at last we lie with tranced breath, N'.t vexing thro in death. And thou rcnicmborcst of what toys W< make our joys. How wea...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 21 September 1895

It's a curious thing that some people are not aware that Pond's Extract is far supe? rior to any of the preparations of ha mamelis made. Arcrjil no stiltxtitiitr for grnuina l'oml's JSxtruct. POND'S EXTRACT CO., 76 Fifth Ave., New York. leak! bread dole. A PRACTICAL CHARITY OVER ONE HUNDRED YEARS OLD. A Bequest Ma.ir t>y a i.um;; Forgotten Millionaire Once a Week tlio Iteneflcl arltm Are Given Loaves ?>f ISread?Some of tlio Recipients Once Wealthy* Ono of tho most, iutcrcsting charities In operation in this city, and one which is probably less known than any oth? er, is that which is designated in the register of Trinity church as "the Lcake dolo of bread. " Since 17'.f~ this practical benefaction has been inconstant operation, and it wonld be exceedingly difficult to com? pote the great amount of good it has done and the number of hungry persons it has fed. The dole is a bequest by John Lcake, a long forgotten million? aire and philanthropist, who, with John Watts, founded th...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 21 September 1895

A 8IG F?LL! WK AHE ANTICIPATING a Big Fall Trade, ami to this and we have bought some of the Biegest Bargains ever shown in this oily. < A LINE OF Sample Shoes To he received each week to be closed out at and Below Wholesale Cost! LEATHER IS UI?U AND may possibly be higher, but we have the prices and the goods to KILL competition. We iuvile one and all to call aud examine prices. We arc always pleased to see you. Very truly yours, Boanoke Shoe Co, No. 13 S. Jcfl'erson St. F. .1, BL'ltT, Malinger. Facts About BiMiM When You Build You Want to Use the Be.t aud Cheapest Material. WHITE PINE DOORS, WINDOWS ? BLINDS ARE THK MUST. Firet. Because they are much lighter. second. Bccanso they will cos: less to hang and keep In repair. Third, Because they are thoroughly dry and will not shrink. Fourth. Uccanec they Will not wirp and get out ot trhapc. Filth. Itecanse they have a much smoother snrtacc with no gaping Joints. Sixth, became they will take and hold paint mi nth better. Seventh. D...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 22 September 1895

SVOI.. XIV.?No. 3?!?. gPUIUB TfiltKB OH.MTS. H THE R??NOKE TIMES. KOANOKE, VA., SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 22, 1895. VUXI. ASSOCIATED PBB8S TBLEOBAHS *U TUB NBW8 OJT TUB WORLD. PTUB WK&THBK, Voreonst for Virginia: continued warm lid fair leather .Sunday with some prospects of cooler weather on Mou fl?): aonthwf aterly wind*. From Present Appearances This will be another busy week, but we will try to ?Ivo satisfactory serylco to those who place their orders with tie for HOOP KB PA I KS. Roauoite Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce Nt. and Franklin Itoail. J. R. COLLINGWOOD,-Manager. - 'Phono 228. wk auk sole Agents for FINE BOX CANDIES. Mail Orders Given Prompt Alteution. 10!? jefferson street ?j^TDur 10 cent Rorated Talcum powder still leads. Have you tried. It? CATOGNI'S RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's liest cooks, we uro pi epared to serve the public with the best oysters that was ever served in the city. Special Invitation to Ladies: We have two separate Din? i...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 22 September 1895

OPPORTUNITIES! NICK KAHM 100 AC HKS ONE MI LB from Thaxtons, in Bedford county; dwelling with 8 looms, in tine locuiion, eooii orchard, convenient tonop-t, church and schools?one of the best bargains wo are offering. Pilce $1,500. Terms very caay. ACHES OF TUE BEST llOTTOM trncking land in hoanokc county, three miles from Hoanokc city. All of the land In clover. I'ricc $su per acre. FARM OP 2,300 ACRES IN SOUTH west Virginia, on Hoanokc river. Fif? teen acres ot fine farming land, balance in timber, 10 room dwellirg and .all build? ings necessary. Fne grazing and farm? ing lands. I'rlcc (12.50 jier acre. Will sell in smaller tracts If desired. 6-ROOM UOUSE IN ONE BLOCK OF the new public building. Sold for $-1,600. Price f750; ?50 cash, balance $10 per month. ICE "ROOM UOUSE IN EAST Hoanokc. Price (-S00. On easy ternie. IJROI'EHTY 76x185 FEET, WITH three house. In good location. Sold for ?8,500. Price ?750. WE UAVB SOME GOOD HOUSES to rent. WE KEPRESENT TUE ?BST LIN'S of Fire, Life a...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 22 September 1895

NYE ON SERVANTS." r^E GREAT DOMESTIC PROBLEM IN THE NORTH AND SOUTH. Tltl* i.<-;ul- Him to Digress, ami Uo Tolls I lip Sntl T;?lo or the .Missing; Storeroom Key or the Hungry Uarou'sSwat In tho Oarkncss. (Copyright, 1803, by Edgar W. Ny<>.] A kind friend writes from Cloveland to ask about the servant problem in tho South and to inquire how it compares With conditions north and in the old Vor hi. There are things to ho said both pro ?"?1*1 eon. Tho good servants south are very faithful and deferential, and two *>f thorn will do as much as ono in tho north and do it as well. Custom and tradition demand that the housekeeper shall retain the key to the storeroom. My first wifo is now keeping house for ine, und so the tongue of scandal is on a temporary vacation. She raroly goes away without me, for she loves to AKTKH THE ItOOSTKH. ?hau the joys of ii (rip with me, and if I conduct myself thercsl of the summer as 1 have so far she is going to take me to Hnroponcxt year with h...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 22 September 1895

THE TIMES. SVSUY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY ROANOKK PUBLISHING CO., Publlehers and Proprietors, TIMES BUILDING, IM CAMPBELL AVKNUE S. W. terms ?Y MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Sally, ono month. * " three months.?p" " six months.J-JJJ ?' ono year. In advance .... o.uu Sunday Edition, one year .... MM Tub Timbs Is a member or the Associated Press?the greatest nowe-collectlng association In the world?and receives over a special wire the tall telegraphic ncwe scrvlco of the Associated Press?the same news from all over the United States and the wcrld that is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies of Now Yuri, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. SEPTEMBER. NOTICE. T. Campbell Gray has been appointed ?Ircnlation manager of THE TIMES and is authorized to receive money and receipt for same on ncconnt of this paper. KOANOKK PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke. Sept. ".Ith, 1805. Did anybody ever stop to think that Sockloss Simpson was the original ho Trilby of this country. Yet ho was not much of a show. Now that...

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