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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 March 1891

BRITISH BLIZZARD. Great Britain Now Knows How It is Herself. London, Maroh 12.?[Special]?Fol? lowing the blizzard sovoro frosts havo sot in all over England, greatly hindering the operations of railroads. Cornwall is isolated and many wrecks aro re? ported on that coast, and at Lands End a numbor of people woro frozen to death. At least seventy lives "havo boon lost off tho coast during tho blizzard, and ten men perished from cold and exposuro after reaching shore. Sovoral vessels aro also known to bo missing. Days must elapse beforo freight and passenger traflic will bo en? tirely restored on branch lines. Tho express train whioh loft Ply? mouth Monday Is still blocked up near Trent rlvor. Tho passongers are suffer? ing severely from exposure. In Devon? shire and Cornwall cuttings twelve feet deep have boon mado through tho snow, whioh now is frozen in an almost solid mass. A foreign steamship, name unknown, was wrecked off Start Point, near Dart? mouth, Devonshire, England, during...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 March 1891

THE METHODISTS Who Compose the Conference. SOME INTERESTING SKETCHES Of Prominent Ministers and Laymen. Kucts About the Lives of the Men Who Are Leading and Advancing Method Ism in the Baltimore Conference. Ijiymcn Prominent in Business and Successful as Citizens?Many Able and Scholarly Ministers. Hundreds of pcoplo who read Thk Times are anxious to know who will bo their pastor during tho ensusing confer? ence year. Many aro oxpecting "new preachers," and below are interesting ahotches of tho lives of many members of tho Conference. Thoso sketches will bo continued during tho Conference un? til overy member of tho Conference is written up: Rev. O. A. Armstrong was born in Highland county, Va., March 5th, 1854. He attended the or? dinary county school until his seven? teenth year, when hoentoroda classical school for two years. At tho expiration of that tima he was appointed a teacher in a high school located in Frederick county, Md., whero ho remained for two seasons. He was admitt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 March 1891

A Physicians Advice. 2 suffered for yoars 0 from general debility. Tried other remedies, and got no relief. My Physician prescribed S. S. 8. I increased in flesh; My appetite improved; I gained strength; Was made young again; It is the best medicine I know of, Mauai.ky Tukpkn, Oakland City, Ind Send for our book on 'Blood and Skin Diseases. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga, "JAPANESE CORE A guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatover kind or dogreo?External, Internal, Blind or Blooding, Itohing, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary. $1.00 a box; 6 boxes. $5.00. Sont by mail, prepaid, on rooeipt of price. Wo guarantee to onro any case of Pilo?. Qnarantoed and sold only by Johnson & Johnson, solo agents, Roa nok6 Va. jan25-ly NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho most won? derful medicine is bc causo it has never failed in any instanco, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy to tho simplest diseaso known to tho human system. Tho scientific men of to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 March 1891

We Can't Sell Real Estate Very well when it is covered up with enow and the streets are . impassable, but things will ohango soon, and by that tlmo wo want to havo every good plcco of proporty in town on our books. Oivo us a list of yours. I). S.MEADOWS & CO., 40 SALEM AVE. SiFaliiBloraWiS And now is tho time to buy real estate if you wish to realize some of tho hand? some profits that will be made hero this summer. We give you below some more special bargains. Two lots on Campbell street between Commerce and Roanoko streets; price 88,000 each. House and lot, Campbell streot, next to Greene Memorial Church; price 89,200. House and lot, corner of Park streot and Second avonue, 12 rooms and 2 bath rooms; price 85,000. A big bargain. Beautiful lot on Gilmor street, next to Mr. Davis', 50x145; price 81,050. Nice and cheap. Business lots on Jefferson street and Salem avenue. Residence lots In all parts of tho city; suburban proporty in all sections cheap and on easy terms. Lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 March 1891

The greatest offer ever made. 1 VOL. IX.-NO. 152. ARGAIN LIST. 3 houses and lots in Belmont, $1,800 each; $300 cash, balanco 81!? per month. 5 lots, section 10, Wost End, 81,500 each. 4 lots, section 34, West End, fronting on Boulevard, $1,500 oach. 2 lots, section 27, West End, S'JOO oach. 4 lots, Section 15, Wost End, 8000 oach. Parties wanting bargains in roal estate, or pur? chaser for their property. Call on WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Exchange Building. DIAMOND DAY! TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS' WORTH OP DIAMONDS JUST RE? CEIVED AT CAMPE'S, THE JEFFER SON STREET JEWELER, TO BE SOLD FROM SEVEN TO FOUR HUN? DRED DOLLARS EACH. CALL AND CONVINCE YOURSELF OF THOSE PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. H. N. CAMPE, 14 JEFFERSON ST. jpOR SALE. A desirablo COTTAGE, with all the modern improvements, situated on Jef? ferson street, now boing erected. For price and terms call at tho Office of the ROANOKE BUILDING COMPANY, 112 Jeffeiison Street, marll-lw U. G. COLE, Secretary, rjUIE G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 March 1891

SALEM THE IRVING LYCEUM Holds a Meeting of Unusual In? terest. The Roanoke Times Bureau, ) Hotel. Lucerne, Salem, Va. f The Irving Lyooum mot Thursday night at the rosidonoe of Capt. T. A. Roberts on Main street. The following membors wore prosont: Misses Bayley, Edna and Gertrude Mc Common, Ellen Blair, Luoy Johnston, Julia Burdetto, Miss Jones, of Pnlaski; and Messrs. William M. Montgomery, H. G. Comp, T. C Kennard, H. H. Peohin, R. S. Stearnos, A. L. Hannah, William Simpson, Richard Johnson, V. C. Tompkins, Blanton Barnett. Ernest K. Martin, W. L. Burdett, J. C. Darst, A. S. Burdette, T. A. Roberts, Dr. P. B. Sanders, H. M. Smith, J. B. Cioerro and Ed. Wright. R. S. Stoarnes sang "Sweet Dream? land Faces," Miss Bayley sang "Call Me Back," H. H. Poohin recited "Vaga? bond" Miss Robert sang "Perplexity," Rush Burdette sang "The Song That Reached My Heart." After tho literary programme was completed the business of tho club was entered upon and tho following officers ?wore elected f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 March 1891

YOUNG DOOLEY'S FUNERAL Solemn Service Conducted by Pastor Huffard. The funeral of Jack Doeley took place yesterday morning at 10 o'olook at bis father's rosidenoo on Tazowell street. It was a sad scene. Tbe afflioted family wore all prostrated over the oc? currence, and the household was shadowed in gloom. Friends of both boys wore presont, besides a largo concourse of sympathiz? ing friends. Mr. C. 11. Riohardson,George's fathor, went down early in the morning and saw Mr. Dooloy. It was an affecting meeting, and both men joined hands in their great sorrow. He staid but a few minutes, and came away with tears in bis eyes. At 10 o'olook be sent two carriages down to attend the funeral procession. Rev. J. A. . Hufford. the Lutheran pastor, conducted thb sad rites. Tbe house and porch were orowded, and many stood in the yard with hats off and bowed heads while tho monotono us rain fell damp and gloomy. Little Lizzio, who has been sick for a long time, was carried down stairs and looked...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 March 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. ?3VERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO? Publlsners and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, third aveauo and First street, south west. TELEPHONE N?MBBB UJ4. Thb Times will bo deuvered In Roanoke, Sa Itm, and Vinton ovory morning by carriers for CO cents per month. TERMS, BT MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Daily, one month ...... $ .50 " three months.l.gj " six months . . ? ? -'*? o-JJJ ** one year.?*? All papers sent out of the city tnuat bo paid for invariably in advance. THB WEEKLY TIMB8. The Week lt Times, oontalnlnfr the news of tho week in a more condensed form, one year, |1,00 In advance._ Advertising rates maae known on applica? tion. Items of news, communications, etc., should be addressed to tho Editor of The Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, cheque, or draft, should be ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoko, Virginia. Entered at tho Postoiflcc at Roanoke as sec? ond-class matter. ROAN...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 March 1891

GEO. RICHARDSON DISCHARGED. The Killing of Jack Dooley Was Accidental, .According to the Decision or Judge Hovr ertoa Alter tUe Preliminary Hearing;? George Tells the Samo Stralghtfor nnril Story of the Shooting, and This Was Taken to Be Correct?Much In? terest In the Hearing and a Large Crowd on Hand. George Richardson, tho young man ?who was arrested on iho charge of kill? ing Jaok Dooley Wednesday evening, was given a preliminary examination ?by Justice Howerton yesterday after? noon, and Is now free. Even before the hour of trial the -court room was paokod. It was impos? sible to get through tho doors, and the police had to exert considerable author? ity to make room for the witnesses. George had been furnished with a ?clean suit of clothes, and oamo in court looking exooedingly tidy. He was rep? resented by Messrs. Scott & Dupuy. Mr. Smith was also present to represent the commonwealth. Officer Morrimnn, A. J. Poster, Charles Allison, Charles Nelson and S. L. Dick? ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 March 1891

Who Compose the Conference SOME INTERESTING SKETCHES Of Prominent Ministers and Laymen. facts About the Lives of the Men Who Ar? Leading and Advancing Method Inn In the Baltimore Conference, laymen Prominent in Business and Successful as Citizens?Many Able and Scholarly Ministers. Hundreds of people who road The Timkb are anxious to know who will he their pastor during tho ensuing confer? ence year. Many are expecting "now preachers," and below are interesting aketoheB of tho lives of many members of the Conference. These sketches will lie continued during the Conference un? til every member of tho Conference is written up. Rev. H. H. Kennedy. was horn in Baltimore in 1847 and edu? cated in the schools of that oity. Ho joined tbo Baltimore Conference in 18G8, and has served in Baltimore, Staunton, Liocsburg and Loudoun county and Win? chester. He was transferred to Florida. 1881, and stationed at Tallahassee and Jacksonville. Returning 1888. ho has served in Martinsburg and Arlingto...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 March 1891

Physicians Advice. K suffered for years from general debility. Tried other remedies, and got no relief. My Physician prescribed S. 8. S. j, X Increased in flesh; My appetite improved; I gained strength; Was made young again; It la the best medioine I know of. Majhaj.ey Turpbn, Oakland City, Ind Send for oar book on 'Blood and I! Skia Diseases. ' , Bwzft Specsrxo Co., Atlanta? Qo> JAPANESE PILE CURE A guaranteed Cure for Files of whatever kind or dogree?External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itohing, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary. $1.00 a box; 6 boxes, $5.00. Sent by mail, propaid, on reooipt of prioo. We guarantee to ouze any obbo of Piles. Gnaranteed and sold only by Johnson & Johnson, sole agents, Roa? noke Va. jan25-ly NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. \lho reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is the most won? derful mcdioino is bo cause it has never failed in any instance, no matter what tho disease, from Leprosy to tho simplest disease known to tho human system. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 March 1891

We Can't Selljeal Estate Very well when it is covered up with snow and the streets aro impassable, but things will change soon, and by that time we want to havo ovory good piece of proporty in town on our books. Give us a list of yours. D. S.MEADOWS & CO., 40 SALEM AVE. Tbere is a time Iot all tbines^ And now is the time to buy real estate if you wish to realize some of the hand? some profits that will be made here this summer. We give you below some more special bargains. Two lots on Campbell street between Commerce and Boanoke streets; price 88,000 each. House and lot, Campbell street, next toGreeno Memorial Church; prioe $9,200. House and lot, corner of Park street ?nd Seoond avenue, 12 rooms and 2 bath rooms; price 85,000. A big bargain. Beautiful lot on Oilmer street, next to Mr. Davis', 50x145; price 81,050. IbTice and cheap. Business lots on Jefferson street and Salem avenue. Residence lots in all parts of the city; suburban property in all sections cheap and on e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 March 1891

The greatest made. X i otto VOL. IX,?NO. 153, B arg ai N list. 3 houses and lots in Boltnont, 81,800 each; 8300 oash, halnnoo $l.r) per month C lots, section 10. West End, 81,500 each. 4 lots, section 34, West End, fronting on Boulevard, 81,500 each. 2 lots, section 27, West End, 8900 each. 4 lots, section IS, West End, 8900 each. Parties wanting bargains in real estate, or pur chaser tor their proporty. Call on WILBUR s. POLE '& CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Exchango Building. DIAMOND DAY I jen Thousand dollar; worth op diamonds just ceived at campe's, the o'F' son street jeweler,'^' sold from seven to four? dred dollars each. call and convince yourself of those prices that defy competition. h. n. campb, 14 jefferson st. or SALE. A desirable COTTAGE, with all thge modern improvements, situated on Jo| ferson Btreot, now being ereoted. For prioe and torms oall at the OffUj of the ROANOKE BUILDING COMPAN 112 Jefferson Street, marll-lw H. G. COLE, Secretary MADE I THE WEEKLY TIMES FOR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 March 1891

LEM rv POLITICS. Delegates to the .Convention. BUHF.AU, ) iALKM, VA. f !n call issued by 1). tftui" of tbo county ?cutivo committee, a c voters of t bo Salem to elect dolcgatos to linating convention, luorrow. bold in tbo Court Imwmnn was called 1G.Armstrong and r Denit, of tbo ^linios-Rogister secretaries. \ e meeting proved to 'bo very hard anage. A resolution from tho pen C. Dyerlo was read ana supported by lid Jeter, D. G. Armstrong and thers to tho effect that tho nineteen delegates, which the Salem precinct is entitled to bo elected by the mass-meet? ing and instructed to votei V>r tin candi? dates named in the masl-meoting as lonn; as there was any Apo of their nomination. The resolntio^ was voted down, and it was decided ^simply to nominate the delegates without instruc? tions, w As seats were scarc? in tho court house, the mass meeting transferred it? self to tho town hull, so tho tellers would have somo show in ascertaining tho results of a division. After a pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 March 1891

AMONG THE LODGES. \ Roanoko will*soon havo, a fine l<idgo of Elks. Of the sec rot socio ties Uon. talnlng both tbo bonovolent and sc]pjai feature, the Elks is ono of tho must j,,. sirable. At present tbero aro dnly three lodges in the Stato?in Richmond, Norfolk and Portsmouth. Rut (1,0 membership of those three alone, ahead of that of somo orders in t\li} .State, which havo twenty or mo>yo lodges. \ Tho movement to securo an organizal tlon in this city was first started by M*. C. S. Thompson, of Orchestrion Halt. Ho has been ably seconded in bis ofTortb by Messrs. J. A. Hrimmor and FloishT man. Mr. Thompson hails from a!, Baltimore lodge, Mr. Brimmer from' Norfolk, and tho latter irentlcman from/ Reading, Pa. J They had a hard caso boforo them/ Roanoko peoplo didn't understand th* Elks. It took many weeks of ban' work and much talking to get tho prin ! ciples of tho great organization instillet into enough applicants for a lodge. A > last nearly fift...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 March 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publlsnors and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, rbird avenue and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 134. The Times will be delivered In Roanoke, 8a 1 "in. and Vlnton every mornlug by carrlore for 60 cents per month. TERMS, BY MAJ^j/(PoBtago Prepaid.) Daily, ono month- -,-r . . . . . f .SO " three momhs.MO " six niontfis . .... 8.00 " one yoaf.' ? 0.00 All papers s/nt out of the city must bo paid for Invariably in advance. THeWEEKLY TIMES. eekt.'y Times, containing the news of in a moro condensed form, ono year, dvance. _______ Ing rates maae known on applloa JItems of nows, communications, etc, should ) addressed to tho Editor of Tns Times. Remittances, by express, raonev-ordcr, reg iisterod letter, cheque, or draft, should be ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoko, Virginia. Entered at tho PostofBco at Roanoke as aec oud-closs matter. ROANOKE, VA., MARCH 15, 1891. NOT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 March 1891

THE ENGINEERS f OR THE t0N[)s Strong Resolutions Last Night. lopted Meeting of the civil, Kilning ana cnl Engineers and Architects State to Meet in Koan^ke Ap Organize a State Association Membership in Roanoke?Who Members Are. A large meeting of the engineers held in the rooms of the Commor1wal* Club last night. Tho president, f5 Clarence Coloman, was in the ohalr. ' ted fctly pro tee a vo et za this zod are t or hossary Jrepro Iopted, organ ldorso ?urvoy fundor oppo to bo Mr. Shiok read tho minutes andstal that they had boon recorded sooorre? In The Times, that he clipped the ceedings from that journal. Prof. Anderson, of Blaoksburg, present as chairman of the oommlr BS on a State organization and reportedf follows: * Inasmuch as members of our prof sion in other parts of tho State h not been properly notified of this m ing, to proceed now with the organ tion of a Stato association would < dontly bo unfair to them and \fl'vi probably loose us their co-oportion; lory Ther...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 March 1891

RADFORD. An Energetic Town?Enterprise and Virginia Oneyx. Radfohd, March 14.?| Special]?Rad lord, llko every other Southworn Vir? ginia city, has a surplus of mud just sow. Rut it must not be supposed that the bustling men who are pushing this growing, thriving town along in the in? dustrial procession are lackiug in well direotcd energy on this oy any other account. They are on tUff lookout for every stranger who loa|fes tho train and welcome him with a dkrflrming smilo and a cordial grasp o^lMeliand that makes him feel at hohR and among kindred spirits. To tMpcordiality of tho busi? ness men am0fr.>al estate agents is due in no sm^JT measure tho rapid and very gratjrylng progress of Radford in all that Jertalns to a popular and pros? perous y>anufastar-Attat center. These peoplo Jj3Y?--4i wayr^ot peculiar to themselves, but a p\rt of every ?'boom^r," of making a\stranger feel that it is good tobe amongvthem, and fat, will profit him to prolong his stay Hbfiii...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 March 1891

THE ?KttN. Is an important factor in kjfcoping good health; if it does not actffjnth?, way intended by nature, its f?i Actions aro porforniod by other orgAm^_ tho Kidneys and tho Lungs; anc^i tuo result is a breakdown of tronoral hojj.uh Swift's Specitlic Jb tho remedy of nature to stimu the skin to proper action. It ne fails in this, and always accomplishes the purpose. Send for our treatise on the B1^0(K] and Skin Disoases. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Hg*. JACK'S t FAIR SWJLNDLER. A {guaranteed Cure for Piles of whr^tovor kind or degree?External, Intornal, HjjiiIui or Blooding, Itohing, Chronic, Recdwmfc ot Hereditary. $1.00 a box; 6 boxes,B?5 qo. Sont by mail, propaid, on receipt of Bprice. Wo guarantoo to cure any case ofJB Piles'. Quarantccd and sold only by Johnson & Johnson, solo agent! noko Va. jan Poa 5-ly NOTHING S?CC1EDS LIKE SUCCESS Tho reason RADAM'S MICRO! LEB, is tho nl dorful medicji cause it naj failed in any| no matter disease, fror to the simphi known...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 March 1891

it Can't Seit Real Estate' Very woll when it is covered up with enow and the streets are impassable, but things will ohango soon, and by that time wo want to have every good pleoo of proporty in town on our books. Give us a list of yours. D. S.ME ADOWS & CO., 40 SA/LEM AVE. MI I And now is the time to buy real estato if you wish to realize some of tho hand? some profits that will betmado here this summer. / Wo glvo you below some more spooial bargains. Two lots ojLjKmpo^^^treet between Comroercjta^id RoanoKo streets; price 98,000 eaM. Houso?id lot, Campbell street, next ^T^MemorlalChuroh; p^rlce 80,200. and lot, corner of PJtrk street PSec?ond avonuo, 12 rooms and. 2 bath is; (price 85,000. A big bargain, beautiful lot oh Gilmer stroet, next Mr. Davis', 50x145; price $1,050. tee and cheap. "lusinesn lots on Jefferson street and ilem avenue. Residence lots in all parts of tho oity; Suburban property in all sections cheap and on easy terms. Lot 36, section 10, Melrose Addi...

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