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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 January 1891

: Call on ? ? J. B. HOOKADAV, :ThePloneorAtrent, ? _ for ? : Roanoke Kor.l Estate. ' VOL. IX.-NO. 112. SPECIAL NOTICES. F Oil SALE. House and lot on soutbsido of Elm st., containing ton rooms and collar fur? nished complete, range and boiler, hot and cold water furnace and gas fixtures, ?loctric bolls, hard-wood mantles with tiled hearths, main rooms furnished in oak and other hard woods, first and sec? ond floors nicely papered, cement walks around house, ?&C, for 87,500. House and lot advertised Sunday was sold yos torday morning beforo cloven o'clock. WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4, Exohango Building. N TOTICE. Wo can sell lots in tho heart of tho town at 25 to 40 per cent, lower than any othor lota near thorn can ho bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. Offlco corner Washington and Water streets. PIG IRON IN 1890. An Increase of Over 21 Per Cent. Over 1889. Philadelphia. Jan. 20.?| Special]? The following is...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 January 1891

TBS USE OF MONEY. St? 5*aportanoe in the Trausaotion of Business. ^Ua JKnttmuto of tho A mount of Currency In Circulation In the United State* ?Tho Extent of Hank? ing Faculties. It is a common saying that money is the ruling clement in the life of tho American people Our foreign critics have urged it against us, and wo too often are npt to give a tacit assent to the charge. But while, in reality, tho accusation of being a a Nation given up to the pursuit and capture of dollars is manifestly unfounded, there are certain elements in our social condition which would tend to give color to such a view, nt least In tho eyes of those unacquaint? ed with the real conditions of our sociul existence. Tho United States, taking it for all In all, says n writer in Ouco a Week, contains the most radically in? dustrial and commercial 'people in tho world. In no other land is idleness counted such a sin, and nowhere clso does tho force of example and tho pressure of public opinion unite with such ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 January 1891

THE MILITARY SPIRIT. X* Is a legacy of the War to All, Both Ohl and Young. ? I* Between tho w-ar of 1812 and tho wor of tho rebellion military matters wore llt 1 tie considered or thought of in. the IUnited States, not ovon tho Moxiean ?war being enough to arouse any general interest in the subject. With tho at? tempt to sever tho Union, howovor, a new order succeeded the old, and though a quarter of a century has elapsed since tho last shot of tho civil war was fired tho military idea is still in oxlstonce. Thls is evidenced, remarks tho Now I York Telegrum. not so much by the in? crease in the strength and eflioloncy of tho militia, though noticeable in that direction, as by tho adoption of military drill and discipline in various civlo insti? tutions, whose purpose is as far removed from war ns could bo imagined. Nearly all of the fraternal and benollclnl orders have auxiliary organizations in the nature of drill corps?as, for instance, 5 the corps of the Knights Templar, tho uni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 January 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. VERY MORNING. BXOBPT MONDAY. BOA NOK E TIMES PUBLISniNGCO., Publisnors and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, rbltd avonuo and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 124. The Times will be delivered In Roanoko, Sa? wn, and Vlnton every morning by can-lore for cents per month. TERMS, OV MAIL, (Postage Propald.) Dally, one montn ,.$ .M "/ threemonths.i-?j **. six months . ..... 8.JJJ " ono year . . . ; .. ? ? e-00 All papers sent out or' tho city must bo paid for iuvariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. Tm* Weekly Times, containing tho nowsof tho weok in a moro condonse? form, ono year, fl.OO in advance. _ Advorttelng'ratcB maao known on applica? tion. _.. Items of nowB, communications, etc., should bo addressed to the Editor of Thk Timks. Remittances, l>y express, money-order, renr ifltorod letter, cheque, or dnift, 6hould bo ad dresscd and made payublo to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoko, Virginia. . Rnterod at tho Po3toffloo at Roanoko as sec? ond...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 January 1891

VIRGINIA AT THE WORLD'S FAIR. The State CanHavethe Finest Display at the Exposition. Panoramic nnd Stcrescoptc Arrangements Recommended for tho Presentation of Mnny of Her Inhibits?A Liberal Policy Recommended on the Pnrt of tho Peo? ple?A Portion of tho;. Wealth Tukou From Hor Rowels Should bo Usod to Clothe Her Naked Bjryasts-Plan? Sug? gested by Prank A. Heywood to Secure n Proper Exhibition of Virginia's He sources at tho Columbian exposition. I am Ted into a peculiar train of thought by a question recently asked by a very lovol-hoadcd correspondent of tho Richmond Dispatch: "What part will Virginia take in tho World's Fair." There can scarcely bo two opinions as to tho advisability of having tho Old Dominion represented. Leaving out all sentiments of patriotism or national or State pride, and looking at tbo mat? ter from a business point of view meroly, as an advertisement of Vir? ginia's lands, minorals and produce, its importanco can scarcely bo over? estimated, and any outla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 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 189 I - 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 100,000 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 ?fters better inducements. COME TO ROMNOKE 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 — 27 January 1891

THE SKIN. i I? an Important factor in keeping good health; if it does not act in tho way intended by nature, Its functions 4CH> performed by other organa,? the Kidneys and the Lungs; and tho result Is a breakdown of general health. Swift's Specific Ib tho romody of nature to stimulate 'tho skin to proper action. It nover falls inthis, and always accomplishes tho purpose. Send for our treatise on tike Blood and Skin Diseases. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga, ^""MOTHERS' mm & CHILD BRAD Fl ELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANT?n? BOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ??* Health is Wealth Dit. E. C. West's Neuvk and BltAIN treatment, a guaranteed specific for Hysteria, Dizziness, Convultions, Fits, Nervous Neuralgia, Headache, Nervous Prostration caused by the use of alchol or tobacco, Wakefulness, Mental De? pression, Softening of the Hrain result? ing in insanity and leading to misery, decay and death, Prematuro Old Age, Barrenness, Loss of Dower In oither .4 'x. Involuntary Losses and Sp...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 27 January 1891

Pay Cash and Prosper. This space is reserved for C. F. BLOUNT, CASH GROCER, 152 Salem Avenue, Who sells 15 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. ?Xelepi^oiHLe 152. THE GREATEST Ever offered to tho public in tho city of Read the following and be convinced: The Creston Laud Company offer their lots, si/.e 40x125 feet, at the low price of'. $300 each on the following tennis 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 origin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1891

: ? ? ,9?" on - J. R. HOCKADA-X, : IThePloneer Agent. ? ? for ! Roanoke lioal Eatnto. ? VOL. IX.-NO. 113. F SPECIAL NOTICES. OR SALE? House anil lot on southsldo of Elm st, containing ten rooms and cellar fur? nished complete, range r.nd holler, hot and cold water furnace and gas fixtures, electric hells, hard-wood mantles with tiled hearths, main rooms in oak and other hard woods, cement walks around house, &o., for $7,500; one-llfth cash part of the amount payable S08 per month; house rented until next Cct>L?er at $05 per month. WILBUR S. POLE & C?., Rooms 3 und I, Exchange Building. NOT ICE. Wo can sell lots in tho heart of tho town at ~~> to 40 per cent, lower than any other lots noar them can bo bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. Office corner Washington and Water streets. PROF. J. M. MILLER, late tuner in Stieg Bros'Piano Factory,Baltimore, will bo in Roanoke for a short time only. Pian...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1891

SUCCESS IN LIFE. Opportunities For the Young Mon Of To-Day. The Proper Count ' to l'urano If They Would Succeed In Iiuslncsn ? THo Growth of La reo Concorm from Small lloglunlnes. ^ Several of tho most famous workshops, mills and factories of tho world and somo of tho largest storCH had their bo ginning In a small way, when their owners had scarcely any capital other than skill, industry and probity. T.ittlo by llttlo money was gathered for an extension of tho works, tho gains bo camrj larger, moro money could bo In? vested to cheapen processes or extend trade, relations of business valuo wero established, and so tho business kept on expanding until acres of buildings took tho placo of ono small shop, and tho incomo began to bo counted by millions instead of hundreds. Thero are many great establishments of which this is a genoral outlino history, sotno times varied by an opportune invention or circumstance helping to a moro rapid growth. But when a young man is shown ono of these bi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1891

WHEN NAMES BEGAN. How Somo of Our Ancestors Received TJietr 1'ntronymU's. Singlo names were most common n thousand years ago, says tho Davenport rDemocrat-Uazctte. As Is tho cose with our Bucks and Brights In tho oxon line, Our Duns and Jerrys in tho horso-stnlls, Ifir our Jlp nnd Tigo in tho kennols, so hon it was with man and woman kind r?a single name was all-sufficient. In 'the time of King Henry, I., about eight (hundred years ngo, double names be came rather fnshionablo?so much so that Robert, his natural son, objected to .marrying the wealthy heiress of a pow? erful lord because sho hud but a singlo ?amo. 1'Vom this time on the fiusbion changed, and in the timo of Edward I. an act of Parliament rendered it oblig? atory to take on tho double nuino?tho family name, or two names of somo sort. Hence sprang up such names as 'Henry Fitz Randolph (Henry, son of 'Randolph), Hugh Fitz Henry, Henry ?Pitz Henry, etc. With such ns bad no ?clearly defined family ties locution or occupatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. Via?"? MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. "BOANOKE times PUBLISHING CO.. p?bUsncra hud Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, ChirU avonuo cud Flwt Btrcot, southwest. TELEPHONS NUMBER 121. TmeTivns will bo delivered in Roanoko,i ?m,?t?\ Viiiton every morning by carrier* ojnU per monih. TEKMS. BY MAIL, (Postage Propal J.) , $ .so . . . . LRU . 8.00 ? 9X0 the city mi at Repaid Dally,?me month , " three months ? " six months . " one year All papers pent out or -Tor invariably In airvRWo. THE "WEEKLY TIMP A, TnE wkkki.y Timks, contain!! nft*? nows<if tbo week in a inoro?oudcnsou f xt^ one yoiT, 31.00 la advance._ Advertising rates mado kn jwe on nppXca ftlorv._ Items of new communic ai?{n*s,cto? should (be addressed ton'no Editor ? ,f tp?rv. Timks. fteinlthvneesA-y cxprew . OKTvey^rao-. rejr 'Istered leiter.'t' u-n'e. <>r drtvrt, should u>o Bu? ttressed and ma le uayauh , to ">THE HOANC?.E TIM1 .? FGWLISKSSG CO. ?toanokc, rirtrlnta. E...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1891

GROUNDS FOR HOPE. Statistics Which Should Restore Public Confidence. Tho Journal of Uinanoo presents tlio following remarkable table from ono of its correspondents) who states why he is a bull: Nbw Yokk, Dec. 23, 1890. Dkar Sih :?You ask mo why i am so hopeful of the future of tho stock market, in view of tho feeling of des pondenoy existing as to the commercial situation. I can answer that to my own satisfac? tion in a moment, but it takes a protty long story to convince or impress the doubting. In looking over some statis? tics tho other evening, I extracted some items that I think justify my position and offer proof that general considera? tions of prosperity and steady growtli must overcome special causes of tempo? rary depression. I append the list of some reasons and hope they may impress you ai they do mo. Yours truly, Josiaii C. Rkipp. A few statistical reasons why I am a bull, based on the progress of the United ' States from 1870 to 1800: t Tho population of tho United Sta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 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 - - - - 817,000,000 In close proximity to inexhaustible deposits of coal, iron ore and limestone ; surrounded by agricultural lands ol 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 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 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1891

HAVE YOU SEEN IT? Wo refer to the full and comprehensive troatiao on tho Blood and skip (Whether yon ore sick or well, ?very homo should have a copy. If you are well, It tolls yon how to koop so.' If you are sick, It tells yon how to regain your health. This valuablo pamphlet will bo mail ed free to applicants. Tub Swxet Specific Ox, Atlanta, OA bradfield regulator co, ATLANT?q^ eoLo or all oRuaa/srs. A guaranteed Curo for Piles of whatover kind or degree?External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary. $1.00 a box; 0 boxes, $5.00. Sent by mail, prepaid, on rccoipt of prioo. Vi'o gnarantco to enro any enso of Piles. Guarantood and sold only by Johnson & Johnson, sole agents, Roa? nokc Va. janSiVly NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tho reason RA DAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho most won I derful medicine is be? cause it has never failed in any instance, no matter what tho disease, from Leprosy to the simplest disease known to the human ' system. Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 January 1891

pay Cash and Prosper. This space is reserved for C. F. BLOUNT, CASH GROCER, 152 Salem Avenue, ? ^ Who sells 15 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 deliveiy. J Respectful^, C. F. Bl?urit, 152 - SALEM AVE. - 152. CTelepl^orLe 152. i THE JOURNAL OF SOCIETY. ? fc'. D. MANN, Proprietor. PCLLISUM (Ne\7 YO?~v) EV?ilY Tn-JTJTiAT "Jlctwcen Ihr. lint* or mflltry and emtrl.nn to read greut letsona of l!/i; v.ioi alUy and /:<>;v." The newsiest. bri-*:t, wittiest, v.l.??<t. clevar cst, most orbejuat, and most catertoiala;; paper over published. A complete and perfect j .urual for cultivated Mien nml women, baliig A topical and <!?.:*. spoken crilie und chronicle of the ovculs, lioiags, interests, und tastes of tbit fashjonablo world It .is always up to date, u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 January 1891

?.. : ; ? Call on 3 m 5- HOCKADA?, ;Tno Pioneer Agent, - * ? for '. ; Roanoke Real Estate. ?. *.? VOL. IX.?NO. 114. SPECIAL NOTICES. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS. We are getting up a new list of pro? perty for the spring of 18U1, which wo have every reason to bolievo will bo very bright in all lines of businoss.nnd as our facilities for planing the holdings of persons listing with us on tho market and .bringing them to the attention of tho publio and outside world aro first-class, wo respectfully solicit your property for salo. Wo have this space for ono year, which is subject to change each day, and any ono desiring to ndvertiso a certain piece of property for sale or advertising iQr proporty in any particular portion of tho town can do so wdtkout cost, by list? ing with or applying to WILBUR S. POLE& CO., Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange building. J^OTICE. Wo oan sell lots In tho heart of tho town at 25 to 40 per cent, lower than any other lots near thorn can bo bought for. SIMMON...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 January 1891

SALEM THE HISTORY OF SALEM. An Old Town Fast Growing In? to a New and Thriving City. Saloni was founded in 1812. It is a beautiful place situated in the pleasant valley of tho Roanoke, and all around a cordon of sentinel mountains, hand in hand, stand guard. Until about a year ago Salem was a sleeping beauty, but her enchanted slumbers were awakened by the Prineo of Progress as he went jroni place to place in Southwest Vir? ginia, discovering and developing her wondrous resources. Tho, aroused princess has dressed her? self in robes of industry. In the valley near tho river, tho great tall stack of an iron furnaco stands pointinir skyward, and further up is the long brick building of the woolen mills. A beautiful fives-tory hotel fronts on Col logo avenue, and a handsome new bank building'a block's distance nearer tho city. All along this wide and pretty avenue aro large and handsome new stores, built of pressed brick and fur nlsh"d with all the modern improve? ments. On tbe outskir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 January 1891

U : ' IMITATING THE GREAT. the Tendency Among Men to EinuUO? , Their Superiors. t Some philosopher has observed that tho exceptional man is pretty sure to bo ; imitated, whether tho characteristics j which distinguish him from tho rest of j the world are meritorious or not. Th* 'influence of the conduct, speech or I 'Writings of a conspicuous man are sure ? to bo folt. Tho samo philosopher, says [ ; the Now York Sun, has also obsorved 'that when a man is Influenced by an I other ho imitates him, consciously or nnconsciously, in somo striking detail of his personal appearance, lie may copy tho cut of his board, or the twist of his mustache, or tho stylo of his clothes, or a nvimber of other things. Ii many persons admire ono man they may bo influenced differently. Esich may copy a different characteristic. If soino par? ticularly striking characteristic, how? ever, bo prominent enough to dwarf all others, It is probablo that imitators will copy that, not obsorving any other. Kaiser W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 January 1891

HE ROANOKE TIMES. VERY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. hoanokk TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publlsnors and Proprietors. TIMES UUILDlNG, Third avenue and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMUEU 121. Tub Times will be delivered !n Roanoko, Sa eni, and Vinton every uioruiug- by carriers Tor cents pur month. TERMS, DY MAIL, (Postairo Propaid.) Dally, ono month ,.f JO " three months.JJg " six months . .... AOjj ** one yctir. All papers sent out or tho city must bo puld for lnvarlubly in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMR8. Th? Weekly Times, containing tho news of tlio week In a more condensod form, ono year, $LO0 in advance. _ Advertising rates made known on applica? tion._ Items of news, communications, etc., should bo addressed to the Editor of Tub Timks. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered lottcr, cheque, or draft, should bo ud drosBod and made payablo to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoko, Virginia. Entered at tho PostolHco at ttoanoko as soc O od-class matter. roanoke, VA., JANUARY 29...

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