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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 January 1891

??. ; Call on J. R. HOCKADA?, I ;The Plonoor Agent, for '. ; Roanoko Real Estate. - 1 VOL. IX-NO. 107. SPECIAL NOTICES. BNOTICE? .1 Wo dosiro to enll the attention of arties who have property for sale wlth n the city to tho fact that our facilities or bringing bargains to tho attontion of investors aro unsurpassed. Wo have ?a contract with The Roanoko Times ^Company for this space for ono year, which is subject to chango each day. Any ono desiring to make a quick sale of desirable property can have tho same brought before the public froo of Charge by listing with WILRUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. N OTICE. Wo oan sell lots in tho hoart of tho town at 25 to 40 per cont. lowor than any other lots near thom can bo bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. Ofllco corner Washington and Water I streots. w ILLIAM C. NOLAND, ARCHITECT, Commercial Bank Ituilding, cor. Jeffer? son st. and Campbell bvo., Roanoko. Late chie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 January 1891

INDIAN NAMES. How Their Fantastic Cognoruciis Are Acquired. jXJteral TranMntlon of Somo of tlin Very ISxprenalvo Title* by Which tho I'oJ jucn Aro Known Among Tlicir I'coplo. Many suppose that such names as ?"Sitting Hull," "Whito Gut," etc.. aro I but cognomens of convenience given I tho Indians by army ofllcors, post I traders and other whito men having j doalings with them. This is not tho I case, says a writer in the Chicago Even? ing Journal. Tho fantastic names aro j literal translations of tho real names of | ;tho Indians. Tho United States Bureau t of Ethnology has devoted a great deal | of attention to the subject of nomen? clature among tho aborigines, with very .unsatisfactory results. This much is established: The Indian boy has no Eamo. Ho is a plain Indian boy until t o grows up and becomes a buck or a warrior. Then he is christened, not ! formally, hut by general consent. A i .namo is given him that may indicate a physical excellence, a physical peculiar? ity, prowess...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 January 1891

BELOW THE SURFACE. rent Cavorns In tlio Earth From Which Hut Hivits May Flow. |,Ha8 it over occurrod to tho reader lat tlio oarth is not "solid," as wocom |only say, but "honoycombod" with lormous cavities, or cavorns, of all dl lonslons? If so, why should theso iverns not bo numerous ovory where in 10 crust of tho oarth, somo easily dis Jvorod, as tho Groat Mammoth Cave of Sontucky, and othors novor yot soon by ortal eyo? Theso hugo cavities, iffinally formod whon thoso portions tho earth's crust wcro In a molted fato, and results of tho unequal cooling dllTcront materials of tho composi lon and of other causos, if so situated py form tho basis of vory intorostlng loorlos. For instance, thoy may bo ?norslly filled with wator, and thoro !>ay exist great underground Inland mis. Tho sonrco of tho Gulf Stream has nl ays boon a disputed question. This t body of warm wator is nothing nor less than a stream or river ir. 0 oooan, flowing through tho coldet ator. It was formorly ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 January 1891

(HE ROANOKETIMES. SVBBY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publtsncrs ami Proprietors. TITHES BUILDlNO, Third nvotiuo nml First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMHKH lit. Tm: Times will be delivered in Hoanoko. Sa om, anil Vinton every moruluK by carriers for vents per month. TEHMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Daily, one momn ,.? .W " three months.???'Jj " six months . .... ij-jjj " ono year.u.UU All papers sent out of the city must be paid for invariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. The Weekly Times, containing the news of tho week in a more condensed form, ono year, fl.00 in advance._ Advertising rates maue known on applica? tion. _ Items of nowe, communications, etc., should bo addressed to cue Editor of The Timks. RomltHinces, by express, moncy-or-lcr, roff Ifltorod letter, cheque, or draft, should bo ad? dressed and made payable to THE HOANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Hoanoko, Vlrirluia. Entered nt the PostoiUcu ut Hoanoko as sec? ond-class matter. ROANOKE, VA., J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 January 1891

FOR THE STATE EXCHANGE. Th9 Constitution and1 By-Laws Prepared Xtj tho Committee Appointed to do the Work, and to be Itoportod to the Con? vention Which Assemble* To-I>ay?An Organization to Kinlmioo All the Local Exchanges In Virginia? At tho Norfolk Real Estate Conven? tion a committee \vas appointed to pro paro constitution and by-laws for tho government of the State Exchange, and report to the Roanoko mooting, which convenes to-day. Tho commlttoo met at Ly?chhurg in December and prepared tho following: CONSTITUTION?ARTICLE I. Section 1. Title?This association shall bo known as tho "Roal Estato Ex? change of Virginia." Sec. 3. Objects?Its objects aro : 1. That a systematic and combined effort bo made to advance tho interests of tho real estate business in Virginia by properly and extensively advertising tho resources of tho state. 3. To accomplish for tho Stato at largo samo splendid rosults that havo accrued to some of our cities through tho effects of the local exchan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 January 1891

?ELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL. ?Tho Irsuos ot tho Biblo Houso in Soptomhor woro 77,093 volumes; issuos Since April 1, 471,053 volumos. ?Sloop is Death's youngor brother, ?nd bo llko him, that I novor daro trust iftlm without my prayors.?Sir T.Brown. ?Tho Woman's Foroign Missionary Society of tho Mothodist Episcopal Church, South, organized loss than twelve yoars ago, has since then collect? ed and dlsbursod S.r>00.000, and now holds property in tho difToront fields of its op? erations valued at Si80,200. ?Mankind! It is a great thing when thoy aim to bo divlno, but it is a sad eight when thoy aro satisfied with being men only; that is to s ay, in boing all that ia beyond oxpression?poor, wretch? ed, intriguing and false?which is most painful to look at. Yet unfortunately co common.?Landriot. ?By tho will of Robert Marshall, the Hoard of Homo Missions of tho Prosby terian Church in America, tho Board of Foreign Missions, tho Prosbytorian Board for tho Roliof of Disabled Minis?...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 January 1891

HAVE YOU SEEN IT? Wo refor to tho full and comprehensive troatlso on tho Blood and skit? 'Whether you are sick or well, ?rory homo should have a copy. Jf you are zvell, It tells you how to keep so,! tffyou are sick, it tells you how to regain your health. This valuable pamphlet will be mail? ed free to applicants. Tub Swift Specific Cox, Atlanta. Ga MENSTRUATION on monthly r.icKNCBS If TRHEH OURISG CYAKNQS. Qv VcTE. <aRt&T Vjr,USE.r\<*tf SUTt ERiUGVJ1V.LBE WfOlQUl BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA B sota a yall aaujuusrz. MHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho tnost won? derful medicine, is be? cause it has never failed in any instance, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy to thesiinplestdlsease known to tho human system. Tho scientific men of to-day claim and provo that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? Raian's lie* Killer Exterminates the microbes and drives them out of the sysiem, and when that is done ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 January 1891

Pay Cash and Prosper. This space is reserved for C. F. BLOUNT, CASH GROCER, 152 Salem Avenue, Who sells 16 pounds of granu? lated sugar for $1. Chalmers gelatine, per pack? age 10 cents. Arbuckle's coffee, 25 cents. Best 150 test oil, 15 cents per gallon. OIL SOLD AT NIGHT. Use Blount's favorite flour, $6.40 per barrel. Free and prompt deliver}'. Respectfulty, C. F. Blount, 152 - SALEM AVE. - 152. TeleplxorLe 152. Roanoke Opera House. Two nights only, January 21 and 22, MR. JOS. D.CLIFTON In tho celebrated border drama, RANCH KING, Introducing the groat acting dog ;; 3F1 r11z- Piltz. Wednesday night Myrtle Ferns, HEW SPECIALTIES, MUSIC, ETC. Prices as usual. Scats on salo at Johnson & Johnson's ding store. IT DRAWS A CBOID To our store, and, when they use it, it will draw all the pain out and restore the person to his normal condition. We refer to our Belladonna and Capsicum Plasters, prepared for and GUARANTEED BY US. ROANOKE DRUG CO, 48 Salem Avenue, s. w. PERSONAL ITE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 January 1891

VOL. IX.-NO. 108. SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE? We desire to call tho attention of parties who have property for salo with? in the city to the fact thttt our facilities for bringing bargains to tho attention of investors are unsurpassed. Wo have a contract with Tho Koanoko Times Company for this space for ono year, which is subject to change each day. Any ono desiring to mako a quick sale of desirable property can have tho samo brought beforo tho public freo of charge by listing with WILliUlt S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange building. N OTTCE. Wo can sell lots in tho heart of tho town at 25 to 40 per cent, lowor than any other lots noar thorn can bo bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER& CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. OfBco oorner Washington and Water stroots. ILLIAM C. NOLANO, ARCHITECT, Commercial Rank Building, cor. Jcffer | sou st. and Campbell ave., Roanoko. jjate chiof assistant to architect, Phila? delphia City Hall; for several years as? sistant to tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 January 1891

IMPROVEMENTS DURING 1891. 8cme Big Things for Roanoke Already in Sight. K?Rlno Works?Iron Works-Rollins Mills. The Koanoko and Southern?Improve? ments by the Norfolk und Western? Sewerage System, Street and Other Improvements Contemplated by tbe City. Besides the many and varied indus? tries that have holpod to build up Roa? noko in tho past thero is a number nearly ready to begin operation or seek? ing to oomo to this city. * DUVAL. ENGINE WORKS. The Chrystal Springs Land Company has secured tho Duval engine works, a plant now locatod at Zanesville, Ohio, and which will bo romoved to tho com? pany's lands South Roanoko, across tho river, as soon as tho woathor permits. The capital stoik of tho company is $10,000, and Bomo fifty or sixty men will be given em ploy meat. ?Tho prinoipal artiolos of manufacture by the Duval engino works aro Mooro's system to preservo files, water-tube boilers, patent hoaters and purifiers, self-sotting head blocks and portable engines. MIDWAY IRON WORKS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 January 1891

NORFOLK'S SPLENDID GROWTH. From22,000to 35,454- Popula? tion in Ten Years. Tho Center of u City Population or 06,000 rooplo?Hor MnKultlcuiit Transportu tiou Facilities?Real Kstuto Trnniirors? llor Horn? Producta mid Cotton Sulp mentH-A Progressive rinu. As Roanoke is destinod to liccomo tho groat commercial and manufacturing city of Virginia, so Norfolk in a fow yoars will bo one of tbo most important soaport towns on tho Atlantic coast. Its natural advantages uro unsur? passed, and its businoss inon have now fully imbibed tbo spirit of entorpriso which porvades the progressive suctions of tbo South. Norfolk's growth in the last decade has boon marTolous; its increase during tho noxt ten years, however, will be greater. According to tho census of lS'.'O, just completed, tho population of Norfolk propor is :i.">,454. Counting the city of Portsmouth, and tho town of Ilorkoly, which aro con? nected to Norfolk by ferry, there is within the radius of two miles of tho city hall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 January 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. VERY MORNINft, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING O0? rublteneTS and Proprietors. T1M?S BUILDING, Chin avenue tXvl First street, oouthwost. T KL?T I ION 13 NUMBER 1?I. Thb Tim W ?vi 11 l>o delivered in Roanoke, Sa ;cm, iul.l Vthton every morning; by carriers for cents pec month. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Vropald.) Daily, one nontti $ -50 " throe months ..... 1JW s* slxcnontlis . .... o.JJJ V one year.?-w All papjrs 8ont out or the city most bo paid -Xor Itivmiably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. TnK Wekkt.v Timics, containing the news of the week In a more condensed form, one year, tfl.00 la uuvaucc._ AiKertlstntf ratos mace known on applica? tion. _, Items of news, communications, etc., should be addressed to the Editor of Tim Tinas. Remittances, ivy express, money-order, rejr tatcred letter, cheque, or dnift, Bhould be ad ftrcraod and inaAc'pnyablo to THE UOANOKTE TIMES PUBLISHING GO. Mnanokc. Virginia. Bntorcd at fhc Postolhco at Hoanoko as sec ?on...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 January 1891

PRIDE OF THE OLD DOMINION. Sketches of Virginia's Leading Real Estate Operators. Tho Bit? Dologntltm from Norfolk?"Who Cmue fron? Kiclimoud?Sataut'a Con? tingent?Dealer* In Blrt from tho Tidewater HokIoii?IMedmoiit'h Prin? ces?Hustlers front tho Vulluy mid tho Grout South went. Tho roal estate men of Virginia liavo settled down upon Roanoko liko a cloud of locusts or a swarm of boos. They orowd tbo hotel corridors, parade tho streets, and discuss in the convention. A line looking set of men they are, and "hustler" is stamped upon tho brow of each ono. Tho heads of some have boon powdered by tho snows of many winters, others have reached that golden period ?a ripo and mellow middlo age?and still moro are young with bright hopes for tho future Of this last class tbcro are many, and somo of the most success? ful aro to be found among them. Tho hotel lobbies present a lively ap? pearance. Littlo groups aro to bo seen standing together engaged in animated conversation. Some aro smiling a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 January 1891

ROANOKES RAPID GROWTH. Superintendent Porter Only Gave Us 16,400 Last June. Wo Can Show 0,428 Male Employes of Mllta nnd Factories, Mcchanlcti, Pro feaHioiml Men, Commercial nnd Itusl jmvss Men, llankors, Heal Kstate Agent* and I'ooplo lEugngod in Other Occu? pations, Which Would Indicate a Population of Not Leu? Than 3S.500. Tho last census gave Roanoko about 16,400 inhabitants, and the announce? ment of Mr. Porter's figures raised a howl in Roanoke, as will be remem? bered by the citizens, on account of thoir inaccuracy and tho injustice dono to tho Magic City thereby. Tire Times presents tho following figures on population, having obtained thom from the records and from re? sponsible authorities: In making classifications, tho Timks "has found it convenient to name as one of its headings "mills and factories," although the men in these establish? ments will be found in many of the other classes. In such establishments there will be skilled mechanics and com? mon day laborers: car...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 January 1891

The Commercial and Industrial Center of the Mineral Belt of Southwest Virginia and Southern West Virginia. ? Population in 1881 . 600 Population in 1891 - - 22,500 Assessed values in 1881. $150,000 Assessed values in 1891 . $9,000,000 Manufacturing industries in 1881 O Manufacturing industries in 1891 - - - - ?17,000,000 In close proximity to inexhaustible deposits of coal, iron ore and limestone; surrounded by agricultural lands of unsurpassed fertility; populated by progressive people from various parts of the North and the South, Roanoke's inevitable destiny will make it a city of 75,000 to 100,000 people in the next ten years. To people desiring to better their material condition; to capital and men ot small means and skilled labor; to manufacturers desiring more ground room and superior facilities, no place offers better inducements. And come now if you wish to share in the city's prosperous growth

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 January 1891

AUTOPSY TO BE HELD. Tho Romains of tho Dead Mu? latto to bo Examined. Tho action of Tub Times in criticis? ing tho hasty action of tho jury of in? quest in the case of tho dead negro found on tho railroad oarly Monday morning was heartily applauded by tho citizens generally. Taking up the thread where it had boon so abruptly droppod by tho jury, a Times reporter yesterday succeeded in discovering who the dead man was, but by reason of the disposal of tho remains to tho overseer of tho poor, complete identification was impossible. Tho chief of police, accompanied tbo reporter, to the house of Shelby Hanks, on Ernest avenue, and from the inmates there they got a most minute description of William 1 light, which fitted the dead man in every particular, Convinced that further examination of tho corpse was material to propor further investigation, Chiof Morris and tho roporter went from Hank's domicilo to Coroner Cray's residence, and got a ooronial order for tbo return of tho corpso to ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 January 1891

PART TWO. THE ROANOKE TIMES. PAGES 9 TO 16. ROANOKE, VA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 22. 1891. The Magic City of the South. * ier Past Phenomenal ! Her Future Assured ! POPULATION: 1882, 400 ; 1890, 22,000. Amount invested in manufacturing enterprises: 1 7 3 O , O O O. Prompt attention given to non-resident investors. Our facili? ties for transacting business in our line are equal to any in the State. For all information call on or address P MAIN OFFICE, EXCHANGE BUILDING, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA BEA?TCH OFFICES: Shenandoah, Va. Buchanan, Va. Max Meadows, Va. Front Royal, Va. Winston, N. C. Real Estate ana Insurance Agents, Ho. 11 Campbell St., Represent the Roanoke Land Improvement Company, the Janette Land Company, the Chamouni Land and Improvement Company. Desirable property for sale in Lewis Addition, West End Ad? dition, Riverview Addition, Mountain View Addition, Rogers, Fair? fax and Houston Additions, Belmont Addition. Some special bargains near the depot of the Roanoke and Southern railro...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 January 1891

ROANOKE S BANKING BUSINESS Nearly Doubled in the Year 1890. Enormous Increase In the Capital. I)( pmlti and Volume of llusliiess--IUstory of the linnklng institutions und Skotches of the llnnkors. Roanoko's remarkable and almost phenomenal inoreaso in tho banking business during tho year has been tho subject of much comment, and tho sub v stanco of the following tablo, gotten up by TnR Times reportors and published in tho issue of January 4, was com? mented on by many largor papers all over tho country, among others by tho Journal of Finance, tho Baltimore, Washington and Philadelphia papors: _Jan.l. 1p00 .Inn. 1. 18h1 Increase i Dutlurs. j Dollars'. ? Dollar?. Capital In-' v.vstcd.i 440,000.001 sx.Vxm.442.000.00 Total deposits WW.0sj.s1 l,tWl,?7s.72 771,035.01 I/o.tna ami tlis-l .-mints. 1,233,810.7(1 S.aW.om.W: 801,824.02 Surplus on hand...! 314,000.00 Volumo of business..|1,C73,47J 3fi 23T..000.00 101,000.00 M>70,fiI0.8?ll,3UT,137.04 THE FIRST NATIONAL RANK. Tho First ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 January 1891

HE EARLY DAYS OF ROANOKE. ow Things Wero Done in the Early Days. Uo Description of the Starting of Roan oko's Foundation Enterprises, Talcen From The Virginia?* Interesting His? tory, That Contrast Sinn-ply With , ltoanoke of To-day. Tho following description of Roanoko Kits infancy is taken from tho July utnbor of "Tho Virginias," for 1882, ublishod by Major Jed Hotchkiss, now ho presldont of tho (Srottoes Company t Shondun. Tho article, with Major lotohkiss' editorial profaoo, is as fol o\vs: "From tho recently issued bulletin 'f tho llureau of Immigration and Min ng Intolligonco of tho Norfolk and Vostorn and Shcnandoah Valloy rall vays wo take tho following description if tho thriving town of Roanoke as it is now and as tho onorgotic companies laving it in hand propose to make it n the future. Tho statements of this losorlptlon aro official and therefore mo may confidently look for their spoedy realization. Tho National Rank spoken )f was organized a few days ago. It would .bo d...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 January 1891

ALL HUSTLERS The Roanoke Real Es? tate Exchange. SKETCHES OF LEADING MEMBERS Facts, Faces and Figures From Headquarters. The Organization of the Kenl Estate Kx changc?A I>ive Iloily From the First? Its OMcer* and Members?Who They aro and What They Have Done?A Body of Young Men-The Pride of tho Magic City. The Roanoko Real Estate Exchange was organized, at the solicitation of P. T. llrinkley, who was then in charge of tho Roanoko Eand and Improvement Company, in April, 1880, with tho fol? lowing oilicers: F. T. llrinkley. presi? dent; W. M. Yager, vice-president: R. H. Gray, treasurer, and A. D. Rice,' secretary. The directors w< r? J. S. Simmons, P. U. Kemp, C. C. Taliafcrro. .1. P. Wing Held, A. I). Rico, S. W. Airhart, T. G. Massie, L. A. Gnrberand W. P. DOpuy. At that time there was only one other real estate exchange in the State. The efficiency, energy and ireneral good ?>votk of the Roanoke Real Estate Ex? change gave it such a wide reputation ...

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