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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 April 1891

SUMMONS SERVERS. They Must Be Possessed of En? ergy, Ingenuity and "Cheek." A Business That Require* a Mini to Al? most Go Through Flro and AVator to Attain Success?Tho Clover Huso ot a Geulus In Ills Line. If there is a man in tho world who needs to he energetic, ingenious, quick? witted, patient, long-suffering, deter? mined and, above all, "cheeky," says the New York Times, that man is tho Unfortunate server of summonses. Serving summonses is a good deal like driving a skittish horso?anybody enn do it until something happens, and then when something does happen, unless the driver or tho server can do some? thing more then hold on to the reins or hold out his summons, he is dono for. Tho tricks that aro taken to get tho best of the summons-server aro legion. Defendants In suits, even if they havo scruples against lying at other times, feel that to lie to a summons-server is perfectly legitimate, and, as it wore, only making one of his own moves against him. For the server himself ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 April 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. BVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publisncrs and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, fulrd avenue and First stroot, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 124. Tnr. Times Is delivered In Roarnke, Salem and Vlnton every morning by cariiers for M cents per month. TERMS, BT MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Bally, one inontn ,.t M M three months.\-? " six months . .... a.uu " ono year.?-w All papers sent out of tho city must be paid for Invariably In advance. TnE WEEKLY TIMES. TnB Weekly TtMF.8, containing the news of the week in a moro condensed form, ono year, ?.00 In advance. _ Advertising rates maac known on applica? tion. _ Items of news, communications, etc., should bo addressed to the Editor of Tnr. Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, cheque, or draft, should bo ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISniNGCCO. Roanoko, Virginia. Entered at tho PostofBcc at Roanoko as sec? ond-class matter. ROANOKE, VA., APRILS, 1891...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 April 1891

AN INTERVIEW WITH MR. RIVES. His Impressions of Things in South America. 11rii7.il a ProRrosslvo und Prosperous Country?The Republic n Failure? Procrastination lt? Greatest Fault? How tho Argentine Republic ltccuiuc llnnkrupt. Mr. R. A. Rives, who returned Tues? day evening from his South American trip, was busy yesterday shaking hands with old friends. IIo sailed from New? port News August 23 for Brazil. Para was tho first Brazilian port ho touched. Going from thoro to a numborof smaller ports along tho Para river ho arrived at Rio Janerio September l'J, weroro ho romained till January 1st. In an interview with a Timks reporter last night ho gavo briofly his impross ions of South American countries. "Brazil," said he, "is quite a progress? ive country and is making rapid strides in the way of railroad building. There is immense immigration from Europo, largely from Germany and Franco, and tho country seems to bo prosperous. "The United Statos or 'the States' as Brazilians say, is t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 April 1891

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA NOTES. The contraot for tho building of tho balance of the lino of tho West Virginia and Pittsburg railroad from Shav?u*s villo to Williams river was awarded recently. Tho total length of this now piece of road will bo about thirty-sovon miles. Shaversvillo Is a small village a short distance from Sutton, tho pres? ent terminal of tho road. Prom there the lino will be run along Laurel creek to Williams river, whero the immense timber tracts of the compfny are located. Tho line between Woston and Sutton Is completed, and tho Buchanan branch has been finished to Newton, about twenty-five miles. The continuation of thts branch to Plorence, as well as the Williams river extension, will bo finish? ed and ready for operation within tho next eight months. Honry Clair who for a number of years was manager of the Grand Union Hotel, Saratoga, tho Park Avenuo, Metropoli? tan and other hotels belonging to the Stewart, estato in New York, has been appointed manager of tho Cumb...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 April 1891

THE SKIN. Is an important factor in keeping goo*d health; if It does not act in the way Intended by nature. Its runotlons arcwporforrnod by other organs,? theTvidneys and tho Lungs; and the result is a breakdown of gonoral heal tlx. Swift's Specific Is *ho remedy of nature to stimulate the-skin to proper action. It,never fails in this, and always accomplishes the purpose. Send for our treatise on the Blood ?nd Skin Disease?. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga. JAPANESE CURE A guaranteed Core for Piles of whatever kind or degree?Extornal, Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itohing, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary. $100 a box; 6 boxes, $5.00. Sent by mail, propnid, on receipt of prioo. Wo guarantee to onre any case of Piles. Guaranteed and $old only by Johnson & Johnson, solo agents, Roa noko Va. jan2.r>-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...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 April 1891

Our friends and patrons will find us now at No. 30 Campbell Street. With tho arrival of spring our busi? ness requires more spacious and con? venient quarters. Theso wo havo fonnd ?with tho Now Hook Storo. Call and see us there. D. S. MEADOWS & CO. Ifir?isatiiD?lflr?is; And now is tho time to buy real estate if you wish to realize some of tho hand? some profits that will bo made hero this summer. We give you below some moro special bargains. Two lots on Campbell street between Commerce and Roanoko streets; price *8,ooo each. House and lot, Campbell street, next to Greene Memorial Church; price 80,200. House and lot, corner of Park street and Second avenue, 12 rooms and 2 bath rooms; price 85,000. A big bargain. Beautiful lot on Gilmer streot, next to Mr. Davis', 50x145; prico 81,050. Nice and cheap. Business lots on Jefferson streot and Salem avenue. Residcnco lots in all parts of tho city; suburban property in all sections cheap and on easy terms. Lot 36, section 10, Me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 April 1891

? The greatest oiror ever ? : made. : 1 VOL. IX-NO. 170. READ THIS. Wo havo a customor who wishes to buy or rent a Modorn llouso with eight or nine rooms. An early roply will probably mako a salo. WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Exchango Building. CHEXraST~HOUSE ROANOKE FOR SALE. 81,350 WILL BUY A 3-ROOM HOUSE, WITH CELLAR, LOCATED on WELLS STREET N.W. 8150 CASH, BALANCE 818.00 PER MONTH. A BARGAIN. APPLY TO CARTER, CAMPE ?fc COM PERT, NO. 14 S. JEFFERSON ST. MU LI ER ES, SIMULACRA RECEP TA SUNT. WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY When we tell you that we have some special bargains in business and residence prop? erty. We can .save you money. Now is the time to invest in Roauoke real estate. Correspondence solicited. GROVES & COON, Tho Live Real Estato Agents, Opposite Postolllco, ROAXOKK, VA. washington hydraulic PRESS BRICK COMPANY. See advertisement on fifth page. aplS-lra THE ENGINEERS TO MEET. Preparations for the Meeting To-morrow About Completed. Tho onginoers ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 April 1891

SALEM THE CIRCUIT COURT. Rosa B. Yopp Is Granted a Divorce. The Roanoke Times Buhkau, ) Hotel Luckknk, Salbu? Va. f Court convened yesterday morning and got down to business. His honor, Judge Blair, rendered his decision in tho caso of Rosa B. Yopp vs. rotor Yopp, of this county, for a di? vorce a mensa et thora. A written ar? gument in tho caso had been submitted to tho court by W. M. Montgomery, counsel of tho plaintiff. Tho demands for tho divorco was on tho ground* of cruelty, desertion or abandonment. The facts In Ihe case were that Yopp struck his wife at one timo violently, and on another occasion pointed a gun at her, threatening her life. Frequently she was compelled by Yopp to leave her own homo and seek refuge with tho neighbors. Yopp was proven to be a man of intemperate habits. His Honor granted Ihe divorce. Demurrers to the cases of Adams, Clements & Co.. vs. C. B. Queen and D. L. Queen, and by tho samo vs. W. T. Trevilian. Mrs. D. R. Beale and C. B. Sihert...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 April 1891

SOUTH-WEST VIRGINIA NOTES. Over 1,200 feet of tbo 1,020 of too Kensington tunnol on the Chottanooga Southern railway has been completed. This is about 200 feet a month. At this rato of progroEs it will tako until Juno 1st to complete It. The stone Is Intensely hard, whioh mako3 tbo progress slow. Mr. J. L. Huffman, foreman of tbo Staunton Shoo Factory, has roslgned that position to accept the formanship of the Harrisonburg Shoo Factory, llo brings with him from tho Staunton es? tablishment ton or twolvo of Its best male and female operatives. Tho brown hcmatlto ore from Wildcat Valley dried at 212 degrees Fahrenheit analyzes as follows: Silica.4.45 Alumina. 2.03 Phosphorus. 0.143 Motal Iron.55.02 Manganeso.0.00 Lime.trace. Sulphur.none. Last week Messrs. A. P. and Joseph S. Gillespio purchased of Mrs. G. W. Spotts, widow of the lato Capt. Georgo W. Spotts, tho magnificent farm at Tazewoll Court Mouse upon which she now resides. Wo learn the considera? tion was S28,000?Mrs. Spotts re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 April 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVJSRY 120ENINO, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE T1ME8 PUBLISHING CO., PubllsncrB and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING. Cblrd avonuo and First strcot, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 134. Thk Times Is delivered In Itoamke, Salem snd Vinton every morning by canters for oO cents per month. TERMS. BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, one montn ,.t -W " three months. " six months . .... o.w " one year.?-w All papers sent out of tho city must bo paid for invariably In advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. The Weekt.y Times, containing tho news of tho week in a more condensed form, ono year, 11.00 in advance _ Advertising rates maac known on applica? tion. _ Items of nows. communications, etc., should be addressed to tho Editor of The Times. Remittances, bv express, money-order, reg? istered letter, cheque, or draft, should be ad? dressee! and made payablo to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING;?). Hoanoko, Virginia. Entered at tho PostofDco at Koanoko as sec ond-clnss matter. ROANOKE. VA., APRIL 3, 1391. T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 April 1891

WAYNESBORO IS ON A B??rn. An Old Town Renewing Its Youth. The Good Work of tho Wuvnosboro Com? pany?A Town Surrounded With a fertile Mack Country?With FIuj Kail road Fac.'titles?Adjacent Mineral !tv sources ? Prosperous Manufacturing Plants?Good Hotels and Fine Water. WAYNEsnono, Va., April 2.?[Spo cial]?Waynosboro ia in somo respects quite an old town, but its boom is youth? ful, vigorous and healthy. There are several land companies operating hero, namely, "The Waynesboro Company," ?'The West Waynosboro Land Company" and "The Wayne Land Company," but to the first mentioned and its energotio and Bagacious prosidont, Mr. T. H. Antrim, are tho people mainly indebted for tho dovolopmcntand progress of this town. For moro than a quarter of a century he has been ouo of tho leading merchants and citizens of tho placo. By close attention to business and fair doal ing ho won and retained tho confidence and patronago of the pooplo and ac? cumulated a snug little fortune. Iiis management of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 April 1891

I 'SAVED 8YHJ3 NERVE. Sk tamig M?n'? Danjcroai Situation Md How Ho Got Out of It. An incident which recently took place At Plymouth, Mass., called for the pos? session of a good deal of pluck on the part of two actors, says tho Detroit pBVeo Press. A young man of about twenty was leading a bull, that had Always been peaceably inclined, when the animal seemed to bo seized with a sudden fury, and made a lungo at him. The stick which was fastened to a ring Ll tho animal's nose snnppcd short Jn the young man's grasp, and almost before he knew what hud happened ho ?was thrown into tho air from tho bull's horns. His clothing was torn from his body, Ids check was cut open, and he was much bruised, but when ho fell, almost under tho feet of the bull, ho had pres? ence of mind enough to realize that his only safety lay in keeping so close to the head of the nuimal that he could not be thrown again. Ho managed to got three lingers of his left hand into the ring in the bull's nose, while with ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 April 1891

HAVE YOU SEEN IT? Wo refer to tho full and comprehensive treatise on the \Blood and skip Whether yon ere sick or well, ?Tory home should hare a copy. If you are well, St tells you how to keep so* ]fyo^l are sick, it tells you how to regain your health. This valuable pamphlet will bo mail* ed free to applicants. Tile Swlft Spscoto Ckv, Atlanta, Ga JAPANESE mm A guaranteed Cure for Files of whatever kind or degree?External, Internal, Blind or Bleeding, Itching, Chronic, Recent or Hereditary. $100 a box; 6 boxen, $6.00. Sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of prioo. Wo gunrantoo to cure any oaso of Pilos. Guaranteed and sold only by Johnson &. Johnson, sole agents, Roa noko Va. jan25-ly NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tho reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho most won? derful medioino is be? cause it has nover failed in any instauco, no mattor what the discaso, from Leprosy to tho simplest diseaso known to tbo human system. Tho scientific men of to-day claim and prove that eve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 April 1891

REMOVAL Onr friends and patrons will find us sow at No. 30 Campbell Street. With tho arrival of spring our busi? ness requires more spacious and con? venient quarters. These wo have fonnd -with the New Book Storo. Call and soe us there. D. S. MEADOWS & CO. War! War! War! Wo have declared war in favor of our friends and intend to fight it out if it takes all tho summer. To put them on the best proporty is our Watchword. To make them big money is our desire. Invest now. or you will regret It. "We have property in all parts of Boanoke, on every street and in every addition,and as cheap as any can bo bad. We have also for sale a new 10-room bouse in Salem. Lot C0xl7f; t eautifully located. Puce ?4,000. Usual tcrais. This house is well built and is a big bargain. V.'e have also a three story brick store on College avenue, Salem, Va., two nice store8 below and elegant offices above. Price SI3,000. Can bo rented lor $3,000 a year. This is a rare bargain. Como to seo us quick if...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 April 1891

TLc sproaieei offer over made. 1 VOL. IX.-NO. 171. READ THIS. Wo havo a oustonior who wishes to buy or rqnt a Modorn IIouso with eight or nino rooms. An early reply will probably mako a sale. WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Exchange Building. CHEAPEST HOUSE IN ROANOKE FOR SALE. $1,350 WILT, BUY A 3-ROOM HOUSE, WITH CELLAR, LOCATED on WELLS STREET N.W. S150CASH, BALANCE 818.00 PER MONTH. A BARGAIN. APPLY TO CARTER, CAMPE & COMPERT, NO. 14 S. JEFFERSON ST. DIE SCH?NE FRAULEIN IST BIE UNS, KOMMEN SIC HEREIN. WE MEAN WHAT WE SAY When we tell you that we have some special bargains in business and residence prop? erty. WK can save you money. Now is the time to invest in Roanoke real estate. (Correspondence solicited. GROVES & COON, The Live Real Estato Agents, Opposito Pos to Rico, ROANOKK, VA. washington hydraulic PRESS BRICK COMPANY. See advertisement on fifth page. Qpisim o o o o o o o o o o o o ? o I . PEOPLE i S DON'T READ i [O o lo AmirnTiorRj...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 April 1891

SALEM ROLLING MILL SECURED, Contract Signed for its Location on Riverside Property. The Roanoke Times Bureau, ) HOTKL luckknk, S.vi.em, Va. f The contract was signed yesterday for tho location of a rolling mill on the property of tho River.', ido Land Com? pany. This mill will manufacture sheet iron, bar iron, eojtton ties, etc , and will employ from -'00 to 300 hands. Messrs. Bright, Wormeldorf and l!ar rett have been in the city several days perfecting their arrangements. The outcome of this was the organization to? day of the Salem Holling Mills Com? pany with a capital stock of ?100,000. The following aro tho oflicers: J. J. Bright, of Point Plcasants, \V. Va., president; J. W. Wormeldorf, of Cincin? nati, secretary; Frank Barrett, of Lan? caster, Ohio, treasurer. Tho directors aro the above and J. W. F. Allemong and E. S. Stray er, oi Salem. Mr. Atkins, of Duluth, Mich., tho superintendent, will bo here next week to tako charge of tho erection of build? ing's, putting in founda...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 April 1891

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA NOTES. The board of directors of the Bald? win district fair at Staunton at a late mooting changed tho time for holding the annual fair from tho latter part of September to August 25th, 20th, 27th and 28tb. V. W.'Sproul, of Basic City 'was appointed chief marshal and W. H. Miller, of Elkton, Kockinghain county, and Samuel P. Parkins, of Augusta, assistant marshals. Fifty houses will bo erected by tho Pulaski Improvement Company tho tho coming summer. Tho receipts of tho Pulaski city post office show an avorago of 8329 per month. Tho Augusta Mining and Investment Company, of which Mr. C. A. Avery, of Now York, is president, is busily open? ing new mines in Virginia and Georgia. At Vesuvius, in Virginia, this com?any is developing maganese property, and has put in machinery for handling 40 to 50 tons a day. It is reported to have taken contracts in tho South for 500,000 tons of iron ore, which arill require ac tiyo work on its Georgia proportios. Tho company which n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 April 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publlsnora and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, rblrd avonuo and Virst street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 134. Tnr Times is delivered In Koareiro, Salem and Vlnton every morning by canters for uO cents per month. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Daily, one niontn. " three months.j-;"* ?* six months . .... 3.00 " one year."?w All papers sent out of tho city must be puld for invariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. Tna Weekly Tim es. containing the news of tbe week in a more condensod form, one year, 11.00 in advance. _ Advertising rates made known on applica? tion. Items of news, communications, etc., should bo addressed to tho Editor of Tiie Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, cheque, or draft, should be ad? dressed and made pnyablc to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING;?). Roanoke, Virginia. Entered at tho Postofficc at Roanoko as soc Ond-class matter. ROANOKE, VA., APRIL 4, 1391. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 April 1891

CJ THE CITY SURVEY. The City Engineer's Report Submitted to the Council. Tho following is tho full roport of City Engineer Dunlap on tho subject of a ".ity survey and map as submitted by him to tho Common Council at its regu? lar mooting last Tuesday night: NAME.?The namo "Official Survey" shall be applied to all reports and business connected with tho official sur? vey of tho city, and all information in tho nature of Held and ollico notes per? taining to tho ollicial survey shall bo recorded and indexed under tbat head? ing. All maps resulting from tho ollicial survey shall, when provided by Council, be published under tho title "Official Map, etc." SUPEHV18ION.-Tho official survoy shall bo made unier tho supervision of tho city engineer, and it shall ho tho duty of that officer to appoint all assistants needed on tho work and sec tbat they perform their respectivo duties, or in tholr failure so to do, to dismiss them: to order all material needed for tho sur? voy; to approve all ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 April 1891

GUINEA PIGS ENOUGH. t?ovr They Ar? Halted for Exts?rUaental There Iz not tho least danger of a ocarcity of guinea pigs, despite tho fact thaf hundreds of them are being sacri? ficed daily on tho altar of science. The demand created by tho extensive manu? facture of Koch's curative lymph has not affected tho local market in tho least. The harmless little animals are ?wonderfully prolific, and two or three healthy pair can easily furnish enough oubjocts for a small urmy of doctors to experiment with. The usual price, says tho Philadelphia Uecord, one dollar and fifty cents to two dollars a pair, has undergone no in? crease, though Philadelphia dealers aro in constant receipt of inquiries from producers in regard to the probability of an excessive future demand. The dealers, in turn, arc giving close scru Jtiny to tho matter of tuberculosis euro in order to give timely notice to pro? ducers, but it is authoritatively stated .that, even in case of sudden increased demand, the scarcity o...

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