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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 March 1891

THE STATE EXCHANGE. Preparing to Advertise the Besourees of, Virginia. The Virginia Real Estate Exceange is getting down to business. President James S. Simmons was interviewed by a Times reporter yesterday. "The meot ing of the dlreotors in Richmond Tues? day formulated plans for oxtenslvoly advertising the resources of Virginia," said Mr. Simmens. ??Wo realize tho opportunity of the day and will try to grasp it. Sinco I 'tfus'e'leoted to tho position I hold I havo made a vory oaroful study of tho situa? tion and havo reached tho conclusion that tho chances of Roanoke to secure outside oapital aro much bottor than ever before. Capital is boing withdrawn from unprofitable fields and is looking for a plaoo of investment. Wo havo tho placo capitalists aro looking for. Wo stand bettor before tho investing world than any other Bection of tho country and what wo now need is to thoroughly advertise our resources and advantages. This is what tho State Exchange pro? poses to do. "Half a mil...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 March 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. BOANOKR TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publlenors ana Proprietors. TIM ES BUILDING, rhird avonuo and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 13*. The Times Is delivered In Roanoke, 8alem and Vinton ovory morning by carriers for 50 ocnts per month. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Pally, one montn $ .60 " three months.i-Jw " six months . .... 8.00 " one year ...... ?.00 All papers sent out of tho city must bo paid tor invariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIME8. The Weeki/y Times, containing the news of the week In a more condensed form, one year, gl.00 In advances. _ Advertising rates made known on applica? tion. _ Items of news, communications, etc, should bo addressed to the Editor of The Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, rcjr (eterod letter, chequo, or draft, should be ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TIME8 PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke, Virginia. Bntorcd at tho PostofBco at Roanoke as sec? ond-class matter. ROANOKE. VA., MAR...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 March 1891

NEAPOLITAN CONVENTS. Official Invent I (ration* Which Modify th? Kavly Beporta of Unspeakable Horror?. I ; Tho horrors of, lifo In tho two con? sents of Naples have recently formed the subject of animadversions by the anti-clerical journals in Naples. These reports coming to tho knowledge of tho procuratoro dol re havo led to the de? termination to investigate tho estab? lishments in order to ascertain tho foundation of the accusations. "One of tho convents," says the Lon? don Times' correspondent, "Is known as ithe Thirty-three, though tho number of the inmates has been reduced to twen |ty-nlne, of whom only sixteen aro nuns, ?the rest being rather servants; tho other is called tho Sepolto Vive?buried alive. "In tho former no irregularity was ?found beyond the concealment of their occupation of a building which belongs to tho hospital for Incurables, and which will bo reclaimed for hospital uses so far as it is not necessary for the remaining members of tho community. The quarters ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 March 1891

VIRGINIA IRON ORES Where the Furnaces Must for Their Supplies, Written for tho Engineering: and Ml mil by Edmund C. Pcchln, Koanok It is easy to talk of mounts ore, incalculable bidden w limitless supplies, but it ts cleal of hard, persistent anc* research to find small hi' mountains, of oro, an ale) to locate tho hidden woal' (rric, money and timo nature's storehouses, ex< motor or speculator, s> quires a moderate an paper and and a flue Btantly overcome tho the ordinary mortal r In a former articb t ono could readily 1 r naco in Virginia, b1 >rs now stand, might * it supplied with pre This is a broi. it is .fairly capable of , and indeed tho onl i of a large supply, * -es are the brown o? 'J'> t,ic Potsdam sla' .? Bluo Ridge; tho ?es (No. II.) on the ( , and the Oriskany so ) on the ?Chesapeake . Of the magnetio o Jks, little is known r y, and the mining i1 Foalo as to make th< :pt for ad? mixture Jt with the brown o- iat they run in 6trat ng distancoB, and avi feet...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 March 1891

THE SKIN. \ Is an Important factor In keeping godd health; if ifdoee not act in the fray intended by nature, it? runotions wo' performed by other organs,? tho Kidneys and the Lungs; and the ?es ult is a breakdown of general health. Swift's Specific 4a the remedy of nature to stimnlata the skin to proper action. It never falls in this, and always accomplishes the purpose. Bond for our treatise on the Blood and Skin Diseases. Swift Spbcixso Co., Attaota, Go. JAPANESE flLE CORE A guaranteed Cure for Files of whatever hind or degree?External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itohing, Chronic, Beoent or Hereditary. $100 a box; G boxes. $5.00. Sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of prioo. "We guarantee to cure any cose of Biles. -Guaranteed and sold only by Johnson & Johnson, solo agonts, Roa noke Vu. jan25-ly NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tho reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho most won? derful medicine is bo causo it has never failed in any instanco, no matter what tho disease, from L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 21 March 1891

?RH33yCO"V" AT, Our friends and patrons will find us jxowjit No. 30 Campbell Street, With the arrival of spring our busi? ness requires moro spacious and con? venient quarters. These we have fonnd -with the New Book Store. Call and see us there. B. S. MEADOWS & CO. TiieiB is a time for all tbings, And now is the timo to buy real ostato if you wish to realize some of the hand? some profits that will bo mado here this summer. Wo give you below some moro special Bargain s. Two lots on Campbell street between Commerce and Roanoko streets; price 98,000 each. House- and lot, Campbell street, next toGroeno Memorial Church; price 80,200. House and lot, corner of Park street and Scoond avenue, 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. Residenco lots in all parts of the city; suburban property in all sections cheap and on easy terms. ....

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 22 March 1891

?*,IX.?NO. 160. ^HOUSEr?Why do you pay jvhcn you oan ho paying for homo with hut little moro oaoh Wilbur S. Polo & Co., have sea just complotcd in Bolmont niooly finished containing six jr SI,800 each. Throo hundred nash and 830 por month without ',. If tho cash payment is too r a good man desiring to own his in*o this can bo adjusted by call our ofllco. -WILBUR S. POLE & CO., ?ms 3 and 4 Exchange Building. J L?TS FOR SALE. 25x100 FEET, SITUATED ON N. e. GILMER ST., CORNER MONROE STREET. PRICE SG00 AND 8700 EACH, ^ CASH, BALANCE ONE AND TWO YEARS. APPLY TO CARTER, CAMPE & COMPERT, NO. 14 S. JEFFERSON ST. SPECIAL BARGAINS I Business lot, cor., 24x80,83,200, worth $5,000. 30x95, Robinson street, 81,000. Beautiful residence lot, 100x210, Rivor sldo boulevard, 85,500, (very choico and cheap.) Now is tho time to invest, as these prloes will bo much higher soon. Wo havo other choico bargains in all parts of tho city. Wo give special attention to renting and collecting of rents...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 22 March 1891

COUNTY COURT. The Norfolk and Western Cases Postponed. Thk Roanoke Times Bureau, ) I Io n; r. lucerne, salem, va. \ Tho cases against tho Norfolk and Western railroad for running Sunday traiusjweroyestorday morning continued till tho April term of tho County Court. J. Allen Watts, attorney for tho rail? road, was on hand, but as Common? wealth's Attorney L. C. Hansbrough is in Richmond, undor treatment for an affection of the throat, tho casos had to go over. D. C. Cabiness was tried for obstruct? ing tho public highway by cutting down a tree on the roadside, which fell obliquely across the road. It was in evidence that the boys who cut down tho tree for Mr. Cabiness t">ok down some fencing on one side of tho road in order to allow wagons to pass. Tho troo was across the road two days before being trimnied up. The defendant was found guilty by tho jury and fined &5. Tho maximum Uno for the/ oflenso of obstructing tho public highway is ?100. GRATEFUL. FOR THE OPPORTUNITY. The ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 22 March 1891

CHURCHES XODAYi j jJ/ill be services at the churches t?/.A.y to-day as follows: Sc. Mark's Lutheran Church will wor hip this morning in the chapel I the First ward school building at 11 o.clook. Rev. J. A. Huffard will take a BUbjeot appropriate to the day, "Palm Sunday." Sunday-sohool at 10 o'olook. Second Luthoran?Services to-night at 7:30. Sunday-sohool at 3 p. m. M. E. Church South, Groeno Memor? ial?Sorvices at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. by Rev. J. H. Boyd. Sunday-school at 9 a. m. Trinity?Proaohing by Rev. P. H. Whisnor, D. D. Sunday-school at 3 p. m. Rev. Dr. C. F. James will preach for the Calvary Baptist congregation at tho Y. M. C. A. Rail at 11 o'clock. Sunday sohool at 9 o'clock. Reformed Church, Rov. Lewis Roitor, pastor. Sorvioos in tho Wright block at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. All are cor? dially invited. i Rev. C. II. Buchanan will take charge f his new work at Vinton, preaching is first Boruion tvl-day at 10 o'clock. . Mass will bo celebrated at St. An? drews' Catholic Chur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 22 March 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. ?VEKY MOKNINO, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., PubllBnors and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, rhird avonuo and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 124. The Times is dolivored In Roanoke. Salem Mid Vlnton every morning- by carriers for M cent6 per month. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, ono month.S ^ ?* three months. " six months . .... jj.w " ono year. All papers sent out of tho city must ho paid for Invariably In advance. THE WEEKLY TIME8. The Weekly Times, containing tho news of the week in a more Condensed form, one year, p.00 in advance. ______ Advertising rates made known on applica? tion. Items of news, communications, etc., should bo addressed to tho Editor of The Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, cheque, or draft, should be ad? dressed and mado payablo to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoko, Virginia. Entered at tho Postoffico at Roanoko as sec ond-clacs matter. ROANOKE, VA., MARCH 22, 1891. THE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 22 March 1891

AMONG THE LODGES. *? J. M. Cliff and 8. P. Christian are tho two youngest looking Masons in the eity. Neither of thorn appears to he SI years old. Mr. Cliff is, however, a Knight Templar and Mr. Christian is following v olose behind. Notwithstanding tholr youthful appearance, both aro bright Masons and can fill any station in tho lodgo with credit to themselves and honor to tho fraternitv. Thursday night thoy visited Taylor Lodge of Salom. Now this lodgo is not noted for young members. Tho rising generation has not been particularly encouraged. Consequently flowing beards and bald pates predominate. When the two Roanoke visitors walked in much merriment was ocoasioned. {Some one wondorcd if ho Roanoke Ma eons wore taking in boys. Somo ono else said they couldn't bo twenty yoars old. Another brother knew better and said they were of "lawful age," and two of the brightest Masons in Roanoke. It -was so reported to tho master. That dis? tinguished functionary announced that as he had th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 22 March 1891

134= S^-ELEII^ ^TTTSETTXE S. TXT. We have been receiving and opening our Spring Stock for the last two weeks, and you will find everything at the lowest possible prices. We have the largest and best assorted stock of Dry Goods in the city, and one of the largest in Southwest Virginia. We only ask for an inspection, and if we are not to the front with the lowest prices in all departments then don't buy from us; but when once you have seen our goods and prices we are satisfied "STouLr Trexd-Ict -will Toe Ixn. omr ?ar<7"or_ "We have the handsomest lines of DRESS GOODS and SILKS to be found in the city, And our low prices guarantee a sale every time. Following are a few of our special bargains: Dress Goods ! Dress Goods!! Ono case 36-inoh sergos at 12%c a yard, elegant styles. Fifty pieces 30-inch all wool Cashmero at 25c a yard, all tho new spring ?hades. 38-inch all wool Cashmoro at 37Hc, in spring colors. Twenty-five pieces all wool Sorgo, 40 inches wido at 50c a yard. Ono case of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 22 March 1891

HAVE YOU SEEN IT? We refer to the roll nod comprehensive treatise on the [Blood and skip Whether yon are trick or well, -?very home should havo a copy. t//'you are well, It tolls yon how to keep soJ !//'you are sick, It tells yon how to regain your health. This valuable pamphlet will be mail* ?d free to applicants. Tsc Swift Specoto Co, Atlanta. Ga JAPANESE CURE A guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind or degree?External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Becent or Hereditary. $1.00 a box; 6 boxes, $5.00. Sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of priao. We guarantee to coro any case of Piles. Guaranteed and sold only by Johnson & Johnson, soloagonts, Roa? noko Va. jan25-ly NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tho reason RA DAM'S MICROBE R IL? DE R is tho most won? derful medicino is be? cause it has never failed in anyinstanco, no matter what the dlsoaso, from Leprosy to the simplest disease known to tho human 1 system. Tho scientific men of to-day claim and prove that eve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 22 March 1891

now a! No,'^Campbell Stre&. "With the arrival of spring our busi? ness requires more. apaoiou^ and con? venient quarters. These wo havo fonnd ?with tho Now Bopk_S_V>re. Call and see us there fwisale lor And now' is tho'timb to "buy Tball7ostate If you wish to realize somo of tho hand? some profits thafrwH-t-bo mado hero this summer. j .^^.jfiv^ you,bo^dwj some nlore special bargain's. *l" Two lots on Campbell street between Commerce . and Roanoko.M-reeUs; .-price 58,oop each. ,.. r ?..,.-? . >? : House and lot, .Campboll street; next to Greene Memorial Churoh; jh-i6o:59,20'o! ..Hpuse and lot, cocne* of Park street aaittSceoAU avenue, >1S-ToomsSand 2 bath1 roomsjmrJco S.r>,000. A big bargain. BonJuSiful-lofci ^n; G?M?r. ftft$rejnext to Mr. Davis', 50x145; prico Si,050. Nico and cheap. Residence lots in all parts of tho city; suburban propertyUn all sections cheap and on easy terms. ' Dot 30, seetioh 10, Molroso Addition* 40*150; pricoS500. n.;,v*Ki {. , ;D^>n't fai...

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

The greatest offer over made. 1 VOL. IX.-NO. 161. BUY A HOUSE?Why do you pay rent when you can bo paying for your own homo with but littlomoroeaoh month? Wilbur S. Polo & Co., hovo four, houses just completed in Bulmont addition nicely finished containing six rooms for $1,S<)0 each. Threo hundred dollars oash and ?30 per month without interest. If the cash payniont is too high for a good man desiring to own bis own homo this can bo adjusted by call? ing at our ofTico. WILHUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Exchange Uuilding. LOTS FOR SALE. 25x100 FEET, SITU A.TED ON N. E. GILMER ST., CORNER MONROE STREET. PRICE SfiOO AND S700 EACH, % CASH, HA LANCE ONE AND TWO YEARS. APPLY TO CARTER, CAMPE & COM PERT, NO. 14 S. JEFFERSON ST. SPECIAL BARGAINS! Husiness lot, cor., 24x80, S3,200, worth 85,000. 30x95, Robinson street, S4.G00. Beautiful residence lot. 100x210, River? side boulevard, ?5,r>00, (very choice and cheap.) Now is the time to invest, as theso prices will be much h...

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

DAMAGES ASSESSED To Property Along the Roanoke and Southern. The Roanoke Times Burkau, ) Hotel Lucekne, Salem, Va. f The following commissioners, David E. Kefauver, George M. Boll and Wil? liam U. Cook, who were appointed to reassess damages to certain parties liv? ing along the route that the Roanoko and Southern railroad is to tako in this county, handed in their report at tho ?present term of tho county court. Tho counsel for the road, Messrs. Ponn & Cocko, making no excoptiou to the ro port, they were accordingly confirmed. By tho new commission Mary Lockott is given ?272 damages, an incroaso of 8194; W. E. Lockott, SGO?, an increase of ?300; Charles Link, S40, an increaso of ?35; Lcvi Witt, 568, an increaso of S38, Wm. H. Trout, 8300, an increaso of 8250. Tho persons above mentioned sued for increased damages over those al? lowed by tho first commission at tho January term of the county court and tho evidence sotting forth that tho first commissioners had not been careful ?...

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

A NOVKI. WAY OF STKAL1MO. Two Negroe? Carry A Note?Pillage HalU When Left Alone. Two negroes were plyalng a shrewd game in tho southeastern portion of the oity Sunday. They had a note ad? dressed in an almost illegible hand to some unknown person. Tboy stopped at nearly ovory house, protondlng to find the person the note was for, or ask? ing some of tho inmates to read it for them. Sometimes a ohild would como to tho door. Thoy would send tho note in, asking if it was for anyono present. No soonor wore thoy left alono at tho door-way than ono of them would pillage the hull, stealing mats, ovorshoes and everything thoy could get Into thoir pockets or under their coats. Tboy finally came to griof at tho residence of Ed. Peters, 523 Fourth stroet. One of tho negroes remained at the gate/ Tho other was successful in his /scheme and pookoted a pair of over? shoes. Both started oif. Their operations had been obsorved by Mr. Greenwood, who lives just oppo? site. Coming down tho stairs he h...

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

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, BXOEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO? Publishers and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, ffbird avonuo and First street, Bouthwoat. TELEPHONE NUMBER 124. Tjra Timks is dolivcrcd in Roanoke, Salem and Vinton ovory morning by carriers for 50 cents per month. \ _ TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, one montn ,.> " three months. " six months . ? ? ? ? 2*S2 ono year 6.00 All papors sent out or tho oity must bo paid for invariably iu advance. THE WEEKLY TIME8. The Wekki/v Times, containing tho news of tho week In a more condensed form, ono year, fX?O In advance._ Advertising rates maao known on applica? tion. _ Items of news, communications, etc., should be addressod to tho Editor of The Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, cheque* or draft, should bo ad? dressed and made payablo to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke, Virginia. Bntorod at tho Postofllco at Roanoko as eeo oad-class matter. ROANOKE, VA., MARCH 24. ...

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

GEO. COLVIN RAIDED. He and Several Others Arrested for Robbery. George Colvin has again been broken upon Railroad avenue. Still brooding over tho troublo occasioned over tho groat gun and hardware stealing, his monot? onous reverie was broken last night about 10 o'clock by Oflicer Jasper Vest. The officer was armed with a warrant sworn out by Mr. Huddleston, who keeps a saloon next door, oharging him and several others with tho theft of whiskey, brandy and a pistol, valued at S25. Officer Rlgney guarded tho placo in front to prevent any ono from escaping whilo tho warrant was boing procurod. Officer Merriam looked after tho roar. Finally tho officer and Mr. Huddleston came with tho document. Jasper was puffing like a steam engine,- and looked dangerous. Railroad avenue loafers gave him a wido berth. Ho dashed into Goorgo's placo of business like a hawk on a hennery. Confusion reigned for a time, and a general rush was mado to got out. Rut officers were at every door, ? Retreat was c...

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

FASHIONS IN FLOWERS. Htse Quconly Rom Suoeeeda the Chrya ftnthcmanit Never before has tho demand for flowers been so great as during tho present season, and the florists arc nat? urally very muoh pleased at the renew? al of tho fashion of using flowers as gifts on all occasions as well as for dec? orative purposes at weddings, recep? tions, dinner parties. Corsage bouquets are in high faror both for street and house wear, but the huge bunch of miscellaneous blossoms has disappeared, and in its place is a small bouquet, usunlty composed of one kind of flower, with its own foliage. For this purpose the Chrysanthemum has had its day of favoritism for this season at least, and the most ardent lovers of this most beautiful of all autumn flowers could complain but that it was awarded its full complement of admiration. The popularity which the chrysanthe? mum has attained in a short time is atr * tested by tho eminent people whose names were given to rare varieties, and by the time and exp...

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