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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 22 January 1891

tho Norfolk and Western railroad offices under Auditor Jos. W. Coxo and afterwards under General Froight Agent Popo. Mr. Powell launched out in tho real estate business in October, 1888, on his own book, and has boon a successful dealer ia Roanoko dirt ever since. He is secretary of tho Old Dominion Phono? graph Company, and the Powell Heal Estate Company is called after him. lie has organized and successfully worked a number of land companies. On November 3, 18s8, he married Miss Eulalio Roror, of Rjanoke. B. y. dandy, R. Y. Randy was born near Salem December 25th, 1800. His early life was bpont on his father's farm and at? tending the public schools of the coun? try while in session. He removed near Roanoke in 1880 and entered the high schools of Roanoko city in 1882, after? wards taking a business course at Al leghany Institute. Mr. Randy was engaged in tho fresh meat business in Roanoko from 18s0 to 1800 and was at tho same tiivlo and is now a member of the firm of T. L. Randy i...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 22 January 1891

FIVE B. AND L. ASSOCIATIONS That Aid in the Upbuilding of Roanoke. Who ?ho OfflocrH are and What They arc ZH>Ing~Th? Iron Holt Ituilillng and I.onn Ansoclation, the ?iKBORt In the South?It Already Extend* Into Thir? teen State? and Still Grows. The Iron Bolt Building anil Loan As? sociation was granted a charter hy Judge Wm. Gordon Robortson on May 27, 1890. Tho authorized capital of tho association is S25,000,000. hotweon $1,500,000 and 82,000,000 having boon already subscribed Tho association expects to havo the wholo amount of tho authorized capital paid up in eight or ten years. About sixty men aro kept constantly travelling in tho intorost of the associa? tion, and agencies havo boon esta? blished in nearly ovory town and ham lot in Virginia, and also at various points in tho States of Texas, North Carolina, South Carolina, West Vir jrinia, Goorgia, Alabama, Tennessee, Kentucky, Louisiana, Florida, Missis? sippi and Arkansas, thirtoon States in all. At those agencies stocks ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 22 January 1891

The Fine Bottom Lands Along the Roanoke River Will be donated for industrial building sites by no Fuel, raw material and labor can be obtained and handled at this point to the greatest advantage. Arrangements have been made for RAPID TRANSIT BY ELECTRIC RAILWAY TO CENTER OF THE CITY. Ample Railroad Facilities for Shipments to and from all Points North and South. For particulars apply to Arthin^ton Gilpin, General Manager, 2R. oanofee^ Vir mia. sp D. H. Scott. Bkkj. A. Rives. T I XZ Real Estate Agents, 105 Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Virginia. BUSINESS, RESIDENCE AND SUBURBAN PROPERTIES FOR SALE. NOW IS THE TIME TO INVEST. Investments made for non-residents with utmost care. Write for any information desired. O O T T ITES. C. O'Lkary. A. D. Rick. C. O'LEARY & ANY Real Estate Brokers, No. 9 Third Avenue, S. W., Roanoke, Virginia, Agents for the Melrose Land Company, Oaklands Improvement Company, Virginia Land Company, Eureka Land Company, Wall Land Company, Park Land and Improvemen...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 22 January 1891

BUYING VIRGINIA IRON ORES. History of the Early Purchases About Roanoke. Bbinnel Coil's Operations I" the Mill . Mountain Itunge -- He I'urclmnod Mlnernl Lands or Messrs. MoClanimhan and Trout and llegun the lixplorutlons for Developing the Mines. Tho following article on tho purchaso of tho Roanoke iron lands is taken, as aro several other articles in this issue of Tub Times, from that depository of valuable information, "The Virginias," of Soptember, ISS'J: "On the Oth Instant. Mr. Samuel Coit, of Hartford, Conn., concluded a purchaso of tho iron ores and other minerals on tho lands of Messrs. McClannahan,Trout and Wortz, and fifty acres in fee of tho first named, lying south of and near tho thriving town of Roanoke. Roanoko county. Va. These arc tho iron lands of the Mill Mountain range that wero described in tho August number of ?"Tho Virginias." "Tho purchaser took an option of pur chase on these lands a few weeks ago and put some hands at work, under tho direction of Captain ....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 January 1891

Call on J. K. HOCKADAY, I 'he Pioneer Agent, for Roanoke Real Estate. ? OL. IX.-NO. 110. SPECIAL NOTICES. pOR SALE. (Vo havo for salo ono houso in East aiioko for ?2,000, S300 casli and S2.-> month, that is now rented for $20 month. [This is a pood opportunity to buy a houso that will nearly pay for )lf. Call early. WILBUR S. POLE & CO., looms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. 'OTICE. Wo can sell lots In tho heart of tho town at 25 to 40 per cont. lower than any other lots near them can bo bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER& CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan. Va. )f?co corner Washington and Water poets. . TLLIAM C. NO LAND, ARCHITECT, Iramercial Hank Building, cor. .Teffer |son st. and Campbell avo., Roanoke. I to chief assistant to architect, Pkila ^lphia City Hall; for several yoars as itant to tho following well-known Ichltccts: T. P. Chandler, Phila.; Cope Stowardson, Phila., and Edward II. mdall, New York city. Drawings kd photographs of all kinds of buildings Kiy/bo soon at his ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 January 1891

WOMEN MADE GRACEFUL. Physical Training for the Fair Sex. .?vory Lady Can Turn Her Own Room Iuto a Gymnasium and Acquire ' Strength and Grace With? out a feacher. Gymnastic training for women is bo coming fashionable in Amorioa, as it baa been for some time in Europe At first clubs and dumb-bolls woro in voguo and young girls dovolopod their mus? cles in tho samo way as mon and with like effects. Tho result of this dovol opmont of muscularity, says tho Chi? cago Evening Post, was by no moans satisfactory. Girls became strong and healthy, but lost in graco and fomini.no bearing, and after a few years of mar riod life they showed a tendency to boofy stoutness that was tho rovorso of charming. This produced a reaction and it was found that masculino oxoroisos aro uu8uited to women. Now a new kind of physical training for women is coming into voguo, and it has tho advantage of not requiring a teacher or attendance at a gymnasium. Every girl can practice in horown room. Tho preliminary pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 January 1891

TIDDLEDY WINKS.. Description of the New Game and How It Is Played. The game- of tiddledy winks is tho Stest fad, Bays tho Detroit Freo Press, "ddlody winks parties are oil tho go. ho game is innocent, if the players do ot hot, and subjects tho mental sys m to no heavy strain. It consists of small paper box, divided into com artments in wl?ch can bo found a ood tub or gluss jar called a wink pot, number of bone or celluloid chips a ttlo larger in circumference than a uortor of a dollur, called tiddlodios, nd a largo number of smaller chips bout the size of a dime, called winks, ach hand, consisting of ono tiddledy "d six winks, is of a color, and, whilo oro are generally four hands in a box, here may bo as many as colors can bo ad. ' Each of tho parties playing at a able, over which thero should bo a soft "vor, takes ono tiddledy and six winks, d, placing them ton to twolve inches "m the wink pot, located in tho con r, endeavors in turn to flip tho winks nto tho wink pot. Tho flippin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 January 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. VERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO Publisiior* ana Proprietors. TIMES IIUILDING, Calrd avonuo and Tirst street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER EM. Thk Times will be delivered In Roanoko. Sa oui, ami Vlnton ovory morning by carriers for cents por mouth. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, one month ,.$-BO M three mouths. " sir months . .... 3.00 " one year.?-uu All pmiors sent out of tho city must be paid for luvariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. Tub Wefki.y Times, oontalnirw the nows of the week in a more condottfeU torm. ono yoar, 11.00 in advance._ Advertising rates umue known on applica? tion, _ Items of new*, communications, oto.,should bu addressed t<> Hie Editor of The Tf mrs. Remit lances, by expruM, money-order, rcif Istored letter, ohenue. or draCr, should bo ad? dressed and made puyablo to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke, Virginia. Entered at I he PtwUrtUooat Roanoke as seo ond-oluss muttur. ROANOKE, VA- JANUARY...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 January 1891

A FLOURISHING VIRGINIA TOWN. The Developments and Indus? tries at Max Meadows. A Good Hotel?The Narrow Gauee Head to the Mines?Mining Operations. What Is Going on In tho Ilulldlng I.lno. Tho Rolling Mill and Uorso Shoo Works?A Description of the furnace. Tho Wuter Works. Max Mkadows, Jan. 23.?[Special]? Having board a good deal up tbe road about Max Meadows, I concluded to stop over there a day, and look care? fully into what was going on. I am compelled to givo my first and large attention to tho Max Meadows Inn. Externally tho appearance of tho house is not at all pretentious, but thor? oughly neat, in fact it is rather a pleas? ing contrast to tho Queen Anna's and Colonials nowgonorally being buil , but tho inside is about the eheerfullost and ploasantost place that I havo boon in for a long while. It is flnishod in cloan yollow pine, everything about It is bright and cheery looking, plenty of room, attractively finished, and hand? somely kept. Tho cooking is strictly first-class...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 January 1891

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 S89I - - $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, Iloanoke'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 oi 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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 January 1891

A Physicians Advice. K Buflortd for years from goneral debility. Tri od other remedies, and got no relief. My Physician preseiibod S. S. 8. I increased in flesh; My appetite improved; I gained strength; "Was mado young again; It Is tho best medicine I know of. Mahax.by Tobpkw, Oakland City, lad Send for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases. bwur-Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. LESSENS RAIN..?cd Tr ?TENS . -ABORi lessens PWNLpfO tq life. BHADFIEUlBEGMTORm^trat NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho most won? derful medicine' ijfcbe cause it has never failed in any instance, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy to the simplest disease known to tho human system. The scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?A N D? Exterminates tho nicrobos and drives them out of tho system, and when that is done you cannot have an acho or pain. No matter what the disease, whether a simple case of malaria fever or a combi? nation...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 January 1891

Pay Cash and Prosper. This space is reserved for C. F. BLOUffT, 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 delivery. Respectfully, C. F. Blount, 152 - SALEM AVE. - 152. *Xeleplnori.e 152 THE GREATEST Ever olTcred to the public in the city of Read the following and be convinced: The Creston Laud Company offer their lots, size 40x125 feet, at the low price of $300 each on the following terms and conditions: One-third cash, balance in one and two years, and the company agrees if, at at the expiration of six months from the date of sale, any of the purchasers are dissatisfied with their purchase the com? pany will refund their cash payment when a proper deed is made over to the company for said lot or lots. This agreement is applicable only to the original pu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 January 1891

: Call on ? J. R. HOCKADAt, ;ThePloneer Agent, for : Roanok* Keal Estate. VOL. IX-NO. 111. SPECIAL NOTICES. JpOR SALE. Wo have for salo ono house in East Roanoko for 82,000, S300 casli anil S25 per month, that is now rented for 820 per month. This is a good opportunity to buy a now house that will nearly pay fcr itself. Call early. WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. N OTICE. Wo can sell lots in tho heart of tho town at 25 to 40 por cent, lower than any othor lots near them can bo bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER & CO., t REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. Office corner Washington and Wator Streets. W ILLIAM C. NOLANI), ARCHITECT, Commercial Bank Building, cor. Jeffer? son st. and Campbell avo., Roanoke. Lato chief assistant to architect, Phila? delphia City Hall; for several years as Hlstant to the following well-known (architects: T. P. Chandler, Phila.; Copo & Stowardson, Phila., and Edward H. Kendall, New York city. Drawings and photographs of all kinds...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 January 1891

CAErLOADS OF COIN. ^Twenty-Seven Freight Oaxo Filled With Silver. That Is tbo Amount Tlicro Would Bo Wore Ten Million Dollars in Hulf Dollars, Quart er? and Dimes to i: a Transported by Hull. ' "flow many wagon loads of silver would those New York bankers get if .they sell tho Treasury ten million dol? lars' worth of bonds and take their pay in subsidiary silver coin, as they aro re? ported likely to do?" said tho Washing? ton correspondent of the Jacksonville Tbnes-Uuion, to an ofllciul of tho mint .bureau. 1 "Wagon loads, young man? You don't propose to measure ten million dollars' (worth of silver by wagon loads, do .you?" "Why not?" "Because there is too much of it. A (wagon load would not figure in calcu? lating the weight of ten million dollars' in silver." , "Bow much would a million dollars of it weigh?" "Only twenty-seven tons," was tho 'smiling reply. "If it was in silver dol? lars It would weigh thirty tons, but in 'subsidiary silver coin it would weigh twenty-seven tons ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 January 1891

FIGHTING FOR PRINCIPLE. ^Hundreds or Dollars Spont In Litigation Over a Dollnr-nnd-a-IIalf l?lg. Two or thro:: lawyers wero talking' of old lawsuits tho other day, when 0110 of tho oldest members of tlie Indianapolis bar remarked to a Journal reporter: VI remember the Perry township pig ?ease that took up a good part of one torm of court, having- come up through a justice's office. The case was tried, I believe, by Governor Wallace, father of our postmust/ir, and there wero at least "two firms of lawyers on each side. Suns Colley and Thomas Walpolo wero in tho case, and, so far as Mr. Colley was con? cerned, ho was then in the full power of Iiis renown. The case gave him full opportunity for tho display of his pic? turesque genius, and tho drolleries ho infused into it long furnished matter of laughter for tho bar. Mr. Colley, how over, no matter how absurdly droll ho might become, never lost sight of tho "best Interests of his client, ond certainly ?nover lost sight of his own in t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 January 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. VKBY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. BOANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publisners and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, faird avenue mid fclrst street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 134. Tnr. TiMPS will ho delivered In Uonnokc, Pn tsm.Kiid V In ton every morning ny curriers for cents per month. TRUMS. I1Y MAIL, (Postago Prepaid.) Oally, oho mouth.f'-g} " three mouths.}?/*> ni\ months . .... o.uu ?* ouc year.?-00 AH papers sent out or tho city must be paid tor Invariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. Tnn Wkbki.v Times, containing tho news of tbo week In a more condensed form, one year, fl.UO in advance._. Advertising rates inauo known on applica? tion. _, Items of new?, communications, etc., should bo addressed to the Editor of Tnr. Timks. Kcmitlanous, by express, money-order, rcg l("terod letter, cheque, or drufi, should be ad? dressed and made payable to XUli KOANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke, Virginia. TBfltorcii Si u?? W9fl?W at KoanoUe as sec? ond-class matter. ROANOKE, VA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 January 1891

THE CHURCHES OF ROANOKE. i - How They Grew During the Year 1890. Large Incrouxc. In tho Church Mombor Milp of All Denomination*?Many Now Churches Uolng V\> ami Many Mow to bo Built This Your?Tho Vuluo of tho Church Property. Tho growth of Roanoko's churches has kopt paco with tho general progress of tho oity. During tho past year tho Baptist flock ''a war mod," as Sain Jonos would say, and many other congrega? tions will swarm as soon as now churohos can bo built. Tho construction of oight now houses of worship, many of thorn to bo olegant structures, aro now in con? templation. Tho Prosbytorian C'hnroh, situated at tho corner of Campbell and Roanoko streets is an elegant brick structure with an artistically completed inturior and perfect accoustics. It is filled every Sunday at each service, and tho con? gregation is well organised for church work. Besides tho- regular Sunday ser? vices there is a service every Wednesday ovoning. The Young Peoplo's Sooioty meets every Friday eve...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 January 1891

The Commercial and Industrial Center of the Mineral Belt of Southwest Virginia and Southern West Virginia. Population in 4881 - - - 600 Population in 1891 - - -' - 22,500 Assessed values in 1881 - $150,000 Assessed values in 1891 - - - - $9,000,000 Manufacturing industries in 1881 r O R/Sanufacturing industries in 1891 ? - ~ 817,000,000 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 I 00,000 people in the next ten years. To people desiring to better their material condition; to capital and men ol 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 prospsrous growth.

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 January 1891

THE SKIN. Ib an important factor in keeping good health; if it does not net in the fray intended by nature, its functions axo performed by otbor organs,? tho Kidneys and the Lungs; and the result is a breakdown of gonoral health. Swift's Specific Is the remedy of naturo to stimulate tho skin to proper action. It never falls in this, and always eooomplishoi tho purpose. Send for our treatise on tho Blood and Skin Diseases. Swift Si?kcivic Co., Atlanta, Ga. LESSE IMS PAIMitrFp T0 LIFE Rn DIMINISHES BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANT% Dr. 13. C. Wkst's Nkkvk and Bums TltE.vt.mknt. a guaranteed Bpceifio for Hysteria. Dizziness, Convultions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use of alohol or tobacco, Wakofulnoss, Mental De? pression, Softening of the Drain result? ing in insanity and leading to misery, decay and death, Premature Old Age, Barrenness. Loss of Power in cither sex, Involuntary Losses and Spermat ornea caused by over-exertion of tho brain, self-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 January 1891

ay 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 delivery. C. F. Blount, 152 - SALEM AVE. - 152. Teleplione 152. THE GREATEST OPPORTUNITY Ever oilcrod to the public in the ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. Read the following and be convinced: The Crestou Laud Company offer their lots, size 40x125 feet, at the low price of $300 each on the following terms and conditions: One-third cash, balance in one and two years, and the company agrees if, at at the expiration of six mouths from the date of sale, any of the purchasers are dissatisfied with their purchase the com? pany will refund their cash payment when a proper deed is made over to the, company for said lot or lots. This agreement is applicable only to the origi...

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