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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 27 March 1891

AMAZED AT HIS MOD KU AT I ON. Boed'a Anecdote Illustrating How tie Felt on Giving up Fewer. Strange as it may soom, Speaker Beed had somo very warm porsonal friends on tho Democratic side of the last House. There wero several with whom ho loved to lingor and oxchango jokes' as muoh as with any of his brethren on tho Republican side. And he has tho greatest respect for thoso Democrats with whom ho has had the hardest and most acrimonious contests both in committee rooms and in the ball of tho House Ho 1b not ou speaking terms with Mr. Mills, of Texas, but only tho other day ho expressed tho highost regard for tho flory Texan. "Mr. Mills," ho said, "Is a hard fighter. 1 sometimes think ho shows more fight than Is reasonable or fair, but he is a straightforward, honest, manly man. I never know him to toll a llo or do a moan act." Representative Crain, of Texas, is a porsonal favorlto with Mr. Rood. The relations between tho two aro so friendly and intimate that Mr. Crain had no hes? it...

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. — 27 March 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. ?VKRY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publlsncrfl and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, Cbird avonuo and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 184. The Times is delivered in Roanoke, Salem and Vinton every mornlDg by carriers lor W cents per month. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Daily, one monta , . ... ? * ?60 " three months. " six months . .... ?.w " ono year.0-uu All papers sent out of tho city must bo paid for invariably in advanco. THE WEEKLY TIMES. The Weekly Times, containing the news of tho week in a more condensed form, ono year, fLOO in advance._ Advertising rates mane 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 bo ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke, Virginia. Entered at tho Postofilce at Roanoke as sec? ond-class matter. ROANOKE, VA., MARCH 27,...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 27 March 1891

BUENA VISTA. A Great Work Accomplished in A Short Time. Bukna v16ta, March 20.?[Spcclal] Buena Vista and tho Buena Vista Com? pany havo passed into tho industrial history of Virginia and tho South as a great success and justly so. A groat work has been accomplished here in a short timo. Tho Uuona Vista Com? pany was organized at Lexington, on January 10, 1889, but it was not until in July of that yoar that it opened an offlco in a dilapidated frame building hero. Where now stands tho busy, prosporous city of Bucnu Vista, with a Sopulation of 3,000, and numberous in ustrics in successful oporation, was then tho Rev. B. C. Moomaw's farm. A. T. Barclay, of Lexington, was mado president of tho company, and with tho aid of Rov. Moomaw. he began work. Barclay is a big man in averdu pois and brain power, and years ago eliminated tho word "Fail" from his vo? cabulary. Ho thoroughly understands tho art of advertising and appreciates at Its true value tho power of tho press. Ono of tho first ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 27 March 1891

EORGE COLVIN'S GANG Sent to the Grand Jury For Stealing Whiskey. Tho case of Ceorge Golvin, Dudley L-ee, George Hosten and Saint Shafer, charged with breaking opon Huddles ton's bar-room on last Friday night, was heard yesterday evening beforo Justice Howorton. Gcorgo was tried first. Ho was re? presented by Messrs. Berkeley and Robertson. Mr. Hogo appeared for the prosecution. Tho first and most important witness called was Rachel Chambers. She cooks for George Colvin.and was present on the nipht of the robbery. Rachel says Leo and Hoston came in lato and got a shovel. Peg said bo was going to get whiskey from Huddleston's bar. Thoy took the shovel out, and she noxt saw them digging a holo. She looked through tho window. Directly they came in and said thoy got under the bar, but the floor was too thick for them to got through. Thoy next secured an axo and a butcher kniko, broke tho slats off the window and cut out tho putty. They then put Saint Shafer in, who handed out the liquor ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 27 March 1891

IS YOUR WIFE WELL? TUB WOMEN OF AMERICA ARB THB LARQE8T CONSUMERS OP 8. 8. 8. IT NHVER FAILS TO RESTORB BROKEN DOWN HEALTH * WHEN CAUSED BY IMPOVERISHED BLOOD if, ORTHS CARES OP 4 THB HOUSEHOLD. 'p. ; OVER TEN THOUSAND ;'.,* OP THB BEST WOMEN OP THE COUNTRY TESTIFY TO THIS. \ Dou't fall to sond for ear boOk ob blood dlseaoM. Mailed free. Bvnrr Sracurao Co., Atlanta, Ga, JAPANESE CORE A guaranteed Cure for Piles of whatever kind or degree-?External, Internal, RUnd or Blooding, Itohing, Ohronio, Recent or Hereditary. $1.00 a box; 6 boxes, $5.00. Sent by mail, prepaid, on rooeipt of price. We guarantee to onre any oase of Files. Guaranteed and sold only by Johnson & Johnson, solo agents, Roa noko Va. jan25-ly NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho most won? derful mcdicino is be? cause it has ncvor failed in any instance, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy to the simplest disease known to tho human system. Tho scientific men of to-day claim ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 27 March 1891

Our lricj?Js and patrons will find us now at No. 30 Campbull Street. With tho arrival of spring our busi? ness requires moro spacious and con? venient quarters. Those wo have fonnd with the New Hook Store. Call and see us there. D. S. MEADOWS & CO. Ttaisalielorallligs, And now is tho timo to buy roal estato If you wish to realize somo of the hand Bome profits that will bo made horo this summer. Wo givo you below somo more special bargains. Two lots on Campbell street between Commerce and Koanoko streets; price 98,000 each. Houso and lot, Campbell street, next toGreono Memorial Church; prico 89,200. Bouse and lot, corner of Park street and Second avenue, 12 rooms and 2 bath rooms; price 85,000. A big bargain. Beautiful lot on Gilmor streot, next to Mr. Davis', 50x145; price 81,050. Nice and cheap. Business lots on Jefferson streot and Salem avenue. Residence lots in all parts of tho city; suburban property in all sections cheap and on easy terms. Lot 30, section 10, Molroso Addit...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 28 March 1891

; The greoteat offer ever : made, ' 1 VOL. IX-NO. 165. READ THIS. Wo have a customer who wishes to buy or rent a Modorn IIouso with eight or nine rooms. An early reply will probably make a sale. WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Exohango Building. * LOTS FOR SALE. 25x100 FEET, SITUATED ON N. E. GILMER ST., CORNER MONROE STREET. PRICE 8000 AND 8700 EACH, % CASH, BALANCE ONE AND TWO YEARS. APPLY TO CARTER, CAMPE & COMPERT, NO. 14 S. JEFFERSON ST. WANTED. A young lady stenographer and typewriter. Applications must be made by letter, ac? companied with photograph and references of the applicant, who will please state salary wanted. All photographs will be returned. GROVES & COON, Tho Live Roal Estato Agents, Opposite Postofllco, ROANOKB, VA. HALF MILLION FEET r OF LUMBER FOR SALE AT COST. For tho next THIRTY DAYS we will 'sell our entire stock of LUMBER AT COST To close business. Tho stock consists of hiding, Framing, all lengths, Floor? ing, Cholllng, all grades, Rough an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 28 March 1891

SALEM NEW TRIAL FOR SHEPHERD. Judge Griffin Allows the Motion Made by His Council. The Roanoke Times Bureau, ) Hotel Lucerne, Salem, Va. J His Honor, Judge W. Oriffln, yester? day morning examined tbo motion for a now trial, made in writing by Colonel ?. W. Hansbrougb, for bis client, James F. Shepherd, and allowed tho motion, so that Mr. Shepherd will got a new trial. Tho argument of Colonel llansbrough for a new trial was on tho ground that "no distinct, ohargo of ombozzlemont is charged in tho indictment." The indictment charges that Shep? herd "did receive on divers days, bo tween 1st of September and 1st of Do cembor, 1890, various sums of money, amounting in the aggregate to a largo sum of money; to-wit, tho sum of S500, and the said sums of money amounting in the aggragato to tho said sum ol ?500, tbo said Shepherd did feloniously, wrongfully, &c, embezzle." Colonel Hansbrougb in his argument quoted from tho code, 1887, paragraph 3994: "In a prosecution against a per? son...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 28 March 1891

Bit llXIAWT WKDPINO AT EUJ8TOM. JOS. A. Vundcgrrlft Wtdv Mini H?tU? Fulwidor. Elliston, Va., March 25.?[Special]? Elliston, whilo offering' suporior ad? vantages to investors in the way of corner lots and the desirable building sites, docs not forgot to furnish to aspirant;; matrimonially Inclined April blossoms in the shapo of budding wo? manhood. Apropos to tho point, your correspond? ent is glad to chronlolo the marriage of Mr. JJos. A. Vandogrift, civil engineer, formorly of Philadelphia, but now of the great and growing Southwost Vir? ginia, and Miss llattlo C. Fulwidor, one of Elliston'a most attractive and popu? lar young ladies. Dcspito tho forbid? ding aspect of the angry skies and that the wedding was intondod to bo of a private and quiet character, many friendB and acquaintances of the con? tracting parties wended their way to tho residence of tho brido's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fulwidor, on Mountain street, to witness tho happy event and < bestow their congratula...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 28 March 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. ?VERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO.. Publlsncra and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, third avenuo and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 124, TnF. Times Is delivered In Ronmke, Salem and Vinton overy morning by canters for oU cents per month. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, one month ,.'.?'j'} " tlireo months.4'nn " six months . ? * * * ?X! " ono year."?uu All papors sent out of tho city must bo paid f?r invariably tn advance. THE WEEKLY TIMKB. The Weekly Times, containing tho news of the week in a more condensed form, ono year, O,00 in advance. _ Advertising ratos maao known on applica? tion. Items of nows, communications, etc., should ho addrossed to the Editor of The Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, cheque, or draft, should bo ad? dressed and mado payablo to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoko, Virginia. Entered at the Postofflco at Roanoko as sec? ond-class matter. _ ROANOKE, VA., MARCH ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 28 March 1891

THE CHINESE JOS& Religious Observances of the Mon? golians In America. The Idols Aro Set Up In TbU Country Amidst Costly and rreteutlous Surroundings and Aro Wor? shiped Constantly. "While the evils of cheap coolie com? petition with American labor may bo out little felt or tindcrstood In the East? ern States, it is causing much worry and trouble here, and the subject of Chinese exclusion is of ull-absorbiug in? terest in all the Pacific coust States. But without discussing thlB topio,writes P. M. Harper in the Chicago Inter Ocean, it may be of interest to know what influence the joss exerts upon his devotees when absent from tho Flowery Kingdom. As tho wily Celestial only comes to this country for "what there Is In it," and expects to return to his native land as soon as ho has "made his pile," ho rarely settles down to beeomo a citizen of the United States. With no intermarriage or social intermingling with the whito race, he imitates our ways "for profit only," but clings to ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 28 March 1891

MALTESE NOT ITALIANS. ?hwte About th? PopuUtlon of Ono Of Ktr> ' ginaa'a Strongholds. nit It is a common though utterly erron ioous idea In England that the Maltese jars Italians by race, and that their (language is a dialect of Italians, writes jfilr George P. Bowen to tho London 'Times. Sir Adriano Dlngli, tho present *ery able ehiof justice of Malta?a iMalteso of the Maltese?has stated of ?flcially as follows: "It must not be {overlooked that both English and Ital? ian ore practically, for a vast majority ?of our population, as much foreign tongues as Arabic or Greek in England or Italy.' There is good authority for the belief that, at tho present day, . about twenty per cent, of tho cutiro people can speak Italian, and about thirty per cent, can speak English, while nearly sixty per cent, can speak only Maltese. The fact is?and it Is a very interest? ing fact?that the Molteso are mainly the last surviving remnant of tho Carthaginian branch of the old Phoeni? cian people. Malt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 28 March 1891

THE SKIN. Is an important factor in keeping good health; if it doca not act in thfl Tray intended hy nature, its function* are performed by other organs,? the Kidneys and the Lungs; and Um tesnlt is a breakdown of general health. Swift's Specific Is the remedy of nature to B?muiat? the skin to proper action. It never fftti? in this, and always accompllshea the purpose. Send for our treatise on the Blood and Skin Diseases. Swirr Specific Co., Atlanta, Qc JAPANESE CUKE A guaranteed Cure for Files of whatever kind or degroe?External, Internal, Blind or Blooding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or Horeditary. $1-00 a box; 6 boxes, $5.00. Sent by mail, propaid, on receipt of prioo. We guarantee to oure any case of Files. Guaranteed and Bold only by Johnson & Johnson, solo agents, Roa noko Va. jan25-ly NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tho reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho most won? derful medicine is be? cause it has never failed in any instance, no matter what tho disease, from Leprosy t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 28 March 1891

gKEIJyilO'V-A Ti Our friends and patrons will find us now at No. 30 Campboll Street. With tho arrival of spring our busi? ness requires more spacious and con? venient quarters. These we havo fonnd "with the New Book Store. Call and see us there. P. S. MEADOWS & CO. Tliere is a time lor all tbings, And now is the time to buy roal estate if you wish to realize some of thb hand? some profits that will bo mado here this eummer. We give you bolow some more special bargains. ?Two lots on Campbell street between Commerce and Boanoko streets; prico ?8,000 each. House and lot, Campboll street, next to Greene Memorial Church; price $9,200. House and lot, corner of Park street and Second avenue, 12 rooms and 2 bath rooms; price $5,000. A big bargain. Beautiful lot on Gilmer street, next to Mr. Davis', 50x145; price $1,050. Nice and cheap. Business lots on Jefferson street and Salem avenue. Residence lots in all parts of tho city; Suburban property in all sections cheap and on easy terms. L...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 29 March 1891

? .? ; The greatest offer ever ? ; made. 1 k" VOL. IX.-NO. 166. READ THIS. "Wo havo a customer who wishes to buy or rent a Modern IIouso with eight or nino rooms. An early reply will probably mako a sale. WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Exchango Building. " LOTS FOR SALE. 25x100 FEET, SITUATED ON N. E. GILMER ST., CORNER MONROE STREET. PRICE 8000 AND S700 EACH, H CASH, BALANCE ONE AND TWO YEARS. APPLY TO CARTER, CAMPE & COMPERT, NO. 14 S. JEFFERSON ST. . ;--% WANTED. A young lady stenographer and typewriter. Applications must be made by letter, ac? companied with photograph and references of the applicant, who will please state salary wanted. All photographs will be returned. GROVES & COON, Tho Live Real Estato Agents, Opposite PostofJlco, ROANOKE, VA. o o o o o o o o o o o o ? o o ^ o I EM i I DON'T READ I o ADVERTISEMENTS S ooooooooooooo o o You must admit q that you are read? ing this ono, and o docs it not follow ) tha<' a' we c^n at- o tract your atten ' tior...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 29 March 1891

SALEM THE CIRCUIT COURT. Judge Blair to Convene Court April First. -i_ The Roaxokr Times Bureau, ) Hotel Lucerne, Salem, Va. { Tue Times correspondent yesterday heard one of tho most prominent mem? bers of the Salem bar say: "Shepherd has not only obtained a now trial, but to my thinking his liberty also. I don't Sbe how a man tried on an incorrect in? dictment can bo tried again. Our law provides that a man shall not be tried twice for tho same offense." The April term of tho Circuit Court will convene in Salem on the first of April, Judge Hi W. Rlair presiding. Among the. cases to oomo aro those formerly described in The Times, Rosa B. Yopp vs. Rotor Yopp, for a divorce, sued for on tho grounds of cruelty and dosertion ; Mary Woodson, tho colored woman who sues tho executors of the lato \Yro. Ute, for tho land and money olaimed as having been promised her by Mr. Utz, her master, beforo ho died ; the case of J. lleallo vs. P. \V. Atkins and C. B. Strauso. This will bo quite an inte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 29 March 1891

AMONG THIS LO DO BS. Robert Hayward was the Jollioei Pythian who ever belonged to Oseeola Lodge. He has left the city now, but many of the old members remembtr him with pleasure. He oame from Canada about five years ago and at onoe identified himself with tho lodge. He was larger than Chief Morris weighing over 400 pounds. He could enjoy a joke with more relish than anyone in the lodgo. When tbo rank of esquire was being conferred ho looked solemn and fioroe. When the thing went oft he roared. Everybody said lc was immense to hear him laugh. Thou in tho rank of knight if the candidate was a courage? ous fellow he would enjoy the joke fairly well. If he was timid the lodgo could hardly hold him. An old Pythian said yesterday that if all men enjoyed Pythianism as did Brother Hayward it would bo tho grandest society in existence HO was onoo Bont to the grand lodge as a representative and was known as '?The jolly fat man from Roanoke." m Grand Patriach George R. Davis, of tho grand enca...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 29 March 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EATERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. KOANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publlsncrs and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING. Cblrd avcnuo and First street, southwoet. TELEPHONE NUMBER 13L Tnr. Times Is delivered In ?Roar<j'c?, Salein and Vlnton every morning by can'.ora for 60 cents per month. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postago Propald.) Oaily,onemontn , . ? ?. ? ? '.-55 " three months.i'JK " six months . .... " odo year.? All papers sent out of tho city mu?t bo paid tor invariably in advance THE WEEKLY TIMES. TnE Weekly Times, containing the news of the week in a moro condensed form, ono year. J1.00 in advance._ Advertising- rates maao Known on applica? tion. _ Items of news, communications, etc., should bo addressed to the Editor of The Times. Remittances, by express, woney-ordcr, reg? istered letter, cheque, or draft, should bo ad? dressed nnd made payablo to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Itoanoko, Virginia. Entered nt tho Postofflco at Roanoko as sec? ond-class matter. _ ROANOKE. VA....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 29 March 1891

SOCIETY NEWS AND GOSSIP. ' ? Lent is1 over and tho anxiety of socioty ia now relieved. Tho anttolp'a^ tion of the end of Lout and ot tho Eas? ter holidays was too much for Roanoke socio tj ,aad thoro wore more social ovonts the two weeks just passed than any week sinco tho days of abstinonce bogan. Many of tboso that havo rofrained from any demonstration of the faot that thoy are glad Lent is over have boon busy preparing for a gay tlmo tho coming week. Tho Roanoko Gorman Club lod off with a banquet to Mr. Rrooko Payno, a departing mombor of tho club. Tho boys wore there in full force and their speeches wore almost as eloquont as their addresses to tho young ladies while tho orchestra is not playing. Rut the gal lai t gentlomon forgot tho girls for ono night. It was a banquet without a toast to woman. Thoy all drank to tho health of each other. The reception Friday night by Mrs. Felix in honor of Miss Sllth and Miss Ouster was quite a ploasant affair. Among those present wero Mr. an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 29 March 1891

NYDER St 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 "SToulx Trexd.Ict -will Toe in o\xx favor. 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!! One case 30-inch serges at 12}{c a yard, elegant styles. Fifty pieces 30-inch all wool Cashmere at 25c a yard, all the new spring shades. 38-inch all wool Cashmere at 37>^c, in spring colors. Twenty-five pieces all wool Sorgo, 40 inches wide at 50c a yard. One case of 30-inch Wool Plaids at 20c ...

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