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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 6 December 1889

THE CRANES' ISLAND HOMF. A Gf"i'4 Nesting Place fur Them on an Xslaiul oil the Georgia CoasL Visitors to Daufuskic Island during the summer tell of the roosting and brooding places of the cranes on the island. Storks, cranes and bitterns spend the day along the estuaries of the seacoast and wade and fly over the miles and miles of salt marshes. Alongnbout 4 o'clock in the afternoon they begin to collect in tho matted shrubbery and undergrowth of Dau? fuskie Island for the night. They fly singly, by pairs, and in flocks ranging from twenty-five to fifty. A gentleman who was marooning on the island a Few days ago said that he was ignorant of the habits of the sea fowl, aud one evening, near twi? light, he was returning to his quar? ters, and when passing near a dense thicket he heard a great chattering, and many of the voices sounded like that of humans. Resting on his gun he listcnod attentively, aud finally came to the conclusion that it was a colony of cranes. lie threw a stick int...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 6 December 1889

BRIEF MENTION. ITEMS GATHERED BY OUR REPORTERS ?The brass band will bo at the skating rink tonight and tomorrow night. ? A. marriage license was yesterday grauted Ishraael Beotley and Nancy Larry, both colored, by the clerk of the Hustings court. ?The Fincastle correspondent of the Lynchburg Advance says: Several j of cur young nnu left town this w< i k for Roanoke, where they will make their future home. ? James Hogan was Qncd $25 yesU t day by the mayor for carrying con? cealed weapons. It seems he amused himself by firing off his revolver within the city limits Wednesday night. ?Rev. J. E. Bashnell, who has been ill for several days, was yesterday afternoon taken with a severe nervous chill which continued some time. Ilh condition was improved when last heard from. ?Mr. W. H. Horton,the livery mau iu recognition of his valuable terv'ces iu treating sick horses in his stab'cs during the past two years has presented Dr.F. E. White,the veterinary surg< on, with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 7 December 1889

^^^^p^ ^^^^^1 1^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^l^^^}^" "^^"""^^^ 1?^^^^^ - "*"^^"* ifdllll "**^^^^^ ^1 VOL VI-NO. 6, KOANwKE, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7, lMS9. ~ PRICE?THREE CENTS, PLEASE. We wish to say to the people of Roauoke and vicinity that cur entire stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Cloaks, etc., must he closed out by December 15, and to do this we are now seiliug regardless of cost; We have not ouly .1 few special 1 ar gaius, but we have Bargains in Dress Goods, Bargains in cloaks, bargains in staple goods, and in fact everything wo have at the prices at which we are now sell? ing is a bargain. Mauy goods way below cost aud nothing above cost. IN DRESS GOODS We still have nearly everything desired. All wool silk wraps, 38-mch benriettas 6old for $1, at 80 cts; all wool silk finish, 46-iuch benriettas, sold for $1, at 80 cts.; all wool 46-iuch henrietta, sold for 85 cts. now 62} cts.. all wool 38-inch heuriettas, sold for 50 cts. now 37? cts.; all wool 38-inch Henriettas, soid for 37...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 7 December 1889

The Koanoke Times, (DAILY AND WEEKLY) An independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political interests of Koanoke and Southwest Virginia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily, one year. Dairy, six months. 8.00 Dai three months. 1.50 Oahv, one month. <5?> 9'eekly. LOO Furnished to city subscribers, tree deliv. cry, fifteen cents a week, fifty centsa month, ? ml six dollars a year. Advertising rates furnished on appllca on at the office. For marriage and death notices, of ordi c.iry length, 54) cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected communications not returned by mail unless postage is sent for that purpose. Every other day insertions will l>c eharged the s?me as every clay insertion, less 20 per cent.; twice a week, 40 percent.; once a week, 50 par cent. Letters containing important ne ws solic? ited. Contracts for advertising apply only to the r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 7 December 1889

ihe Salem Aveuue ClQll^ei^Genrs Furnisher, Tailor and Hatler. Pulaski City, Va. Blnefield5 W. Va. Phe above houses offer superior accommodations t<- ihe Travelling Public. Sample Rooms for Commercial Men. FBBD. 13. FOSTEB, ~?n"Wect lesson. Teacher (who is a billiard enthusiast)- "Now, then, what is a 'straight tip?'" Smart Boy?"A 'straight tip' is when GRINBERG & MORRIS, proprietors of the 'Young America'' Cl 1.1 r I>i$j, ii/ turcu ir stock of CiotMii Eats ami FarnisMna Goods, and Boots, Sloes, Trunks and Valices is larger and their prices lower than ever." In clothing we have really a fin* selection for men, youths and boys. In hats the very latest styles, and as to our furnishing goods, they need only to be seen to be appreciated. We hav? some specially fine underwear selling at remarkably low figures. No trouble t^ show goods. RESPECTFULLY, GRINBERG & MORRIS. r, STONES! FER. Merchant Tailor, 153 Salem Ate ne. Opposite Roanoke Trust Co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 7 December 1889

BRIEF MENTION. ITEMS GATHERED BY OUR REPORTERS ?The mauy friends of Mrs-. .7. A. Dupuy will be sorry to learn thai sbe is very ill. ?A party of Northern capitalists on their return home from Florence, Alabama, passed through the city ye; terday afternoon. ?Mr. Joseph A. Camper was seri? ously burned by hot air from a blast pipe at the Roanoke Machine Works foundry yesterday morning. ?Preparations were commenced yes? terday for laying the sidewalk on the north side of Campbell street from Jefferson westward about 100 feet. ?II. F. Jordan, a brakeman on the Norfolk and Western railroad, bad the lingers of his left hand badly mashed yesterday while coupling cars. The celebrated P. C. cornets at Strause's Milliueary bazaar. dec7-2t ?There will be no preaching at the Lutheran courch tomorrow moruing or evening on account of the sickness "1' the pastor, but Sunday school will b-j j held in the morning as usupl. A full line of uotions auu fancy goods at Strause' Millinery baz tar. dec7-2t....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 8 December 1889

_ VOL VI--NO. 6, K??JNOKK, VIRGINIA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBERS 1*^9. PRICE?THREE CENTS PLEASE. We wish to say to the people of Itoauoke and vicinity that our entire stock of Dry Goods. Notions, Cloaks, etc., must he closed out by December 15, and to do this we are now selliug regardless of cost. We have uot only a few special I ar gaibs, but we have Bargains in Dress Goods, Baraaius in cloaks, bargains iu staple )ods, and iu fact everything we have It the prices at which we are now sell J>g is a bargaiu. Mauy goods way >elow cost and nothing above cost. IN DRESS GOODS We still have neatly everything desired. All wool silk wraps, 3S-iuch henriettas sold for $1, at SO cts; all wool silk finish, 46-inch henriettas, sold for |1, at 80 cts.; all wool 40-inch heurietla. sold for So cts. now G2icts. all wool 38-inch henriettas, sold for. 50 cts. now 37A cts ; all wool 38-inch J henriettas. soid for 374 cts. now 25 cts. IN CLOAKS We have a fall hue ol plush wraps, modj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 8 December 1889

The Roanoke Times, (DAILY AND WEEKLY) An independent Democratic [japer devoted to the material and political interests of Roanoke anil Southwest Virginia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily, one year. 56-00 Daily, six months. 8?0U Dai-V, three months. 1-50 Oaiiv, one month. V'eekly. I-"" Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv? ery, tilteen cents a week, fifty cents a month, n'd six dollars a year. Advertising rates furnished on applica on at the office. For marriage and death notices, of ordt aarv length, 50 cents will be charged. Ail transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected communications not returned by mail unless postage is scut for i that purpose. Every other day Insertions will be charged the bame as every day insertions, less 20 per cent.; twice a week. 40 per cent.; once a week, 50 por cent. Letters containing important news solic? ited. Contracts for advertising apply only to the regular busnicss of adverti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 8 December 1889

Her Mi au? DsreltfBsent Iyer Britto and More STRANGERS VISITING THE SISTER CITY. . THE NORFOLK AND WESTERN. SOON TO BUILD A HANDSOME DEPOT TO COST S-50,000. j THESE ASF, MANY NEW INHUSTRl S RAPIDLY NEA8IM COMPLETION. "The Norfolk and Western railroad * will build the thirst depot here anywhere on it* route." said a Salem man yesterday. "Messrs. Leas & Mc Vilty, of Philadelphia, after having visited several points iu Southwest Vir? ginia, have decided to build a largo steam tannery in the town, and the contract has been closed. Their build? ing will cost uot less than $10,000, and they will employ from thirty to forty hands. Our iron works and chair fac? tories are being enlarged. Our hand? some new graded school is nearing com* pie t ion. The Salem Improvement company aud the Furnace company will build a handsome three-story brick building on College street at au e triy date to meet the needs of their in? creased business, and it is expected thai 500 new buildings will b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 8 December 1889

hotel arrival'. Palace Hotel?0 S llolliday, Kuoxville: Samuel Fishsr, Chatta nooga; R J Clark, New York; Rich&rd Fraukliu, Richmond; Georg? M. Powers, Cincinnati; William T. Bruce, Huntington; R O G D&ttor, Baltimore; John a. Meaks, R K Hartfield, Rich? mond; Frank P. Hord, Hagorstown; B T Cofman, Danville; Samuel K Hiuss, Baltimore; R E Cobh, Louisville; A M Stavenson, Petersburg; John Cumming?, Baltimore; A F Hutchinson, J F Hutchinson, W E Kilgore, Wise Court? house, Va; Thomas Legon. Philadel? phia; A ? Harrison, Pitt^burg; S C Shields, Lexington; II M Woods. Balti? more; R Greending. Chicago; J D Hur> bard, Mrs. J D Hubbard. Furmville. A Student Shot While llnntlus By Associated Press Lexington, Va., December ?.?F.. Bair, a student of Washington and Lee L'niversity, was badly shot in the leg, hand and face this evening, while out hunting with Mlow-studeuts. He is a native of Minneapolis, but came here from Houston, Texas. Boulauffer Will Com? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 10 December 1889

PLEASE. We wish to say to the people of Roanoke and vicinity that our entire stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Cloaks, etc., must be closed out by December 15, and to do this wc are now selling regardless of cost. We have not only a few special lar gqf^s, but we have Bargains in Dress Goods, Bargains in cloaks, bargains in staple sjoods, and iu fact everything we have at the prices at which we are now sell? ing is a bargain. Many goods way below cost and nothing above cost. IN DRESS GOODS We still have nearly everything desired. All wool silk wraps, 38-tuch henriettas sold for $1, at SO cts; all wool silk finish. 46-inch henriettas, sold for $1, at 80 cts.; all wool 4G-inch henrietta, sold for 85 cts. now 62$ cts.. all wool 3S-inch. henriettas, sold for 50 cts. now 37J cts.; all wool 38-iuch henriettas. soul for 37 J cts. now 25 els. IN CLOAKS We have a full line of plush wraps, modjeskas, new markets* and jackets, ?tod we can save you the profits other mouses are making. IN STAPLE GOODS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 10 December 1889

The Roanoke Times, iDAILY AND WEEKLY) An independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political interests of Roanoke and Southwest Virginia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily, one year. 86.00 Daily, six months. 8.00 Dai.V, three months. 1.50 Oaiiv. one month. 50 V'eeti'ly. 1.00. Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv ?t-ry. fifteen cents a week, fifty cents a month, t nil six dollars a year. Advsrtising rates furnished on applica on attheoflice. For marriage and death notices, of ordi nary length, 50 cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected communications not returned by mail unless postage is sent for that purpose. Every other day insertions will boeharged the same as every day insertions, less i!0 per cent.; twice a week, 40 per cent.; once a week, 50 por cent. Letters containing important news solic? ited. Contracts for advertising apply only to the regular busniess of adve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 10 December 1889

The Carbons In the Glass Glowe?, Let us next turn to the glass blow? ing department, whore hundreds of girls are employed in all the delicate and skillful manipulations involved in theglassworks of these lamps. JE|e first step is to take two minute pieces of platinum wire, one end of each having been shaped into a little socket capable of holding the enlarged end of the carbon filament; and after mounting them in a small lathe chuck, to wind melted glass from a glass rod, heated in a glass blowers lamp, around these platinum wires until they are for some distance imbedded in glass and formed into a structure such as is seen at the lower part of the ordinary incandescent lamps. Into these lamps and platinum supports are then inserted the large ends of the car bon filament. In the meantime small giass flasks, made by the thousands at the glass works, are passed through a variety of manipulations by which a small glass tube is attached "to what would bo the bottom of each flask, and it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 10 December 1889

HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND THE CITY. GATHERED BY OUR REPORTER. ? Mr. Charlie Nel*ou is critically ill at No 110 Campbell street, S. E.. with pneumonia. ?Mr. George W. Wright is about coninletiug n commodious two story framed residence near Gilmer street. ?Neal, Feathers tone>& Co.. is the name of a new real estate firm, which has opened an office ou CampbVl street. ?George We-'is, n freight brakcinasi, was severely injured yesterday betweeu this city and Lynchburg, while coup ling cars. Mr. J. F. WiogO^ld, the real estate auent, sold the old Times building on Commerce street yesterday to a sent! - man from New York. Gray ..v. Boswell, real estate agent.-, sold for Moomaw & Jamison yesterday a house and lot iu the Belmout addition to W. J. Thornpsou for $1,500. ?There not being a quorum present at the meeting of the directors of tlie rolliug mill last Saturday, it was de? cided to hold a meeting on Saturday. December 21st. ?Mrs. lt. 1*. Johnson, wife ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 11 December 1889

VOL VI-NO.?. RO?NOKB, VIRGINIA, WEDNESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 11, ISM). PRICE?THREE CENTS PLEASE. We wish to say to the people of Roauoke aud vicinity that our entire stock of Dry Goods, Notious, Cloaks, etc., must he closed out by December 15i-and to do this we are now selliug regardless of cost. We have not only a few special 1 ar gains, but we have Bargains in Dress Goods, ? Bargains in cloaks, bargains in staple goods, and in fact everything we have at the prices at which we are now sell? ing is a bargain. Many goods way below cost aud nothing above cost. ' IN DRESS GOODS We still have nearly everything desired. All wool silkwraps, 3S-mch benriettas Bold for SI, at 80 cts; all wool silk finish, 46-iuch heuriettas, sold for $1, at SO cts.; all wool 46-inch heurietta, sold for S5 cts. now 02icls.. all wool 38-inch benriettas, sold for 50 cts. now 37i cts.; all wool 38-inch Mariettas, so;d for 37i cts. now 25 cts. f 9 IN CLOAKS ? We have a fall line ol plush wraps, modjeskas. new mar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 11 December 1889

The Roanoke Times, (DAILY AND WEEKLY) An independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political interests of Roanoke and Southwest Virginia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily, one year. Daiij, ?ix months. Dai ;. three months. . Ojiio , one month... V'eekiy. Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv? ery, fifteen cents ft week, aSty cents a month, ml >ix dollars a year. Advertising rates furnished-on apphca en at the office. For marriage and death notices, of ordi narv length, M cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No atteutlbn given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected communications !;??: returned by mail unless postage is sent Uh that purpose. Every other day insertions will beenarged the s?me as every day insertions, U is 20 pur cent.: twice a week, 40 per cent.; once a week, 51? p?r cent. Letter? containing important news solic Contracts for advertising apply only to the regular business of advert&ers; A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 11 December 1889

ONCE BEFOFfE. Once before, this self same air Passed me, though I knew not whom Strange! how very like It camel Touch and fragrance were the tarns; Sound of mingled voices, too. With a light laugh ringing through; Some one moving, here or there. Some one passing up the stair, Some one calling from without; Or a far off childish shout; Simple, home (Ike. nothing more, Vet it all hath been before! No. Kot today, nor yesterday. Nor any day But far away. 60 long ago, so very far It might have been another star. How was it spent? and where? and whent This life .that went, yet comes again? Was sloop its world? or death its shore? I still the silent past implore, Ah I never dream had power to show Such vexing glimpse of Loup Ago, Never a death could foDow death With love between, and home and breath. The spell has passed. What spendthrifts w? Of simple household certainty! What golden grain we tramphs low Searching for flowers that never grcwl Why, home is real, and love Is real; Nor false...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 11 December 1889

LOCAL MATTERS. HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND THE CITY. GATHERED BY OUR REPORTER. ?Mr. J. E. Mitchell and wife, of Radford, were guests at Hotel Felix yesterday; ?Robert, infant son of J. M. a:n: S A. Ckishohn. died yesterday, and will be buried today in Franklin county. ?Tack Huut, colored, was sent to jail by the mayor yesterday for forty live days for stealing a coat from P. Adler, the Salem avenue clothier. ?The engine on the*narrow gauge railroad knocked a valuable colt be? longing to Major Andrew Lewis off iho track yesterday and injured it fatally. ?Mrs. II. N; Claxton, J- P; Chris tian and R. S. Roberts will represent the Roanoke lodges at the approaching meeting of the Lodge of Masons in Richmond. ?Messrs. J. T. Mofl'ett and Walter j Bud well went hunting yesterday in the neighborhood of Ballyhack and brought borne nineteen partridges, four rabbits and a tiue pheasant. ?A special car of the Savannah. F.orida and Western railroad,with Mr. II. B. Plant nnd a party of fifteen other ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 12 December 1889

VOL VI?NO. 10, ROAN OKU, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY MORNING* DECEMBER 12, l*S9; PRICE?THREE CENTS IT i MOMENT, PLEASE. We wish to say to the people of Roauoke and vicinity that our entire stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Cloaks, etc., must be closed out by December 15, aud to do this wo are now selling regardless of cost. We have not ouly a few special lar gaios, but we have Bargains in Dress Goods, Barcains iu cloaks, bargains iu staple goods, and in fact everything we have at the prices at which wc are now sell? ing is a bargain. Many goods way below cost and nothing above cost. IN DRESS GOODS We still have nearly everything desired. All wool silk wraps, 38-inch henriettas sold for 91, at 80 eis; all wool silk finish, 40-inch henriettas. sold for 91, at SO cts.; all wool 46-iuch henrietta. sold for 85 cts. now 02* cts.. all wool 38-inch henriettas, sold for 50 cts. now 37i cts.; all wool 38-inch henriettas, so.d for 37} c'.s. now 25 cts. IN CLOAKS We have a full Hue ol plush wraps, raodjeskas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 12 December 1889

The Roanoke Times, (DA I LT AND WKKKLY) An independent Democratic paper devoted *o the material and political interests of Roanoke find Southwest Virginia. SUBSCRIPTION BATE Daily, one year. So'.eo DaitV, s;x months. 8.00 Dai three month!.. L60 Daiiy, one month. 50 V eekty. 1.00 F: ? shed to city subscribers, free deliv c i*y, tifteen cento a week, fifty centsa month, k ad <ix dollars .t year. Adv rtising rates furnished on applies on at the office. For marriage anil death notice*, of ordi nary length, 60 cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must-be paid j lor in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected communications net! returned by mail unless postage i> sent foi that purpose. Every other day Insertions will beeharged the same as every day insertions, less -0 per cent.: twic? a week, to per cent.; once a week, 5? par cent. Letters containing important news solic? ited. Contracts for advertising apply only to the ...

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