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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 October 1897

VOL. XVIII, NO. "RAMBLERS" Capture eight firsts, and win all but one of the open races. Get a "RAMBLER" and keep in front. ROANOKE CYCLE CO. 108 Salem avenue 8. w. 4 What Pattin did for 1 them in two of his handi caps on a COLUMBIA ? t EDWARDS. GREEN i A Manufacturing Jeweler aud A Graduate Optician, $ 6 SALEM AVE. A Agency Columbia anil Hartford Bicycles. IF YOU WERE~ AT THE RACES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY You have not forgotten how Nelms and Hanna rode the "Spalding" to the win? ning mark. These men are fast riders aud know a good wheel when they see one. They say the "Spalding'1 is the BEST WHEEL BUILT. It won them a number of prizes too numerous to mention. the fishburn CO., AGENTS, 10 Campbell avenue. X BARGAINS./* One slightly used upright piano, full size, good as new; sold one year ago for $350; now $225 on easy payments One good second-hand Knabe Square ?Piano, $50.00?easy payments. Good, slightly-used organ, $25.00?easy payments. Cttll while we have these bar? gains. It will pay...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 October 1897

THE TIMES. bvbrv MORNING, BXCKPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 133 CAMPBELL AVB. S.W. TERMS DT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTn. 50 M THREE MONTHS.tl.50 " BIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONB YEAR. 1.00 _?_?_l..) Buaineaa Oflloe.143 rHONIlB. ^ Kdttorlavl Kooma.1?4 Interstate Phones?SRixto numbers for the BftlllO locution*. OCTOBER. S M T W T F S . l a 8 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 13 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 81 . The slug sidewalk on the north side of Kirk avenue, from Commerce to Henry street, is a good improvement and will prove a source of comfort aud conven? ience to the public. Wherever tried side? walks of slag and sand seem to cive guc ernl satisfaction, and as the materials are comparitivoly cheap and easily accessi? ble, they might be used with benefit and economy in many parts of the city. Some of the Red Men in the Indian " Territory are showing a warlike spirit and orders have been issu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 October 1897

SOLECISMS OF SPEECH. A Young Man Who Wh Too Frond to Brook CrlticUm. Two men stood at Nassau and Fulton streets arid watched a dudo who wns huv hig his shoes polished. A friend of tho Undo eamo along nnd said: "Reginald, why did you not corno last Tuesday, as you promised?" "Oli, I would havo went, but I could not," ho replied, regardless of grammar. Tho taller of tho two moil who over? heard tho conversation wns William A. Eddy, the scientific klto flier and inventor, whoso aerial photographs have attracted uttention. Ho smiled nnd said: "That young man would, I am sure, resent any correction of Iiis grammar. I know how dangerous it is to tamper with ono's Eng? lish." "Did somebody shoot at you for sug? gesting proper speech?" "1 lost a valuable assistant by attempt? ing to make n correction in his modo of expressing himself. Ho wns in my labo? ratory in Bnyonne, N. .7., helping mo to construct a tailless kite, when ho remarked that ho would hand mo 'them* tilings. With ii gentle, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 October 1897

LEE FOR THE SENATE. Evident That He Is intent Upon Making Another Gontest. Richmond, V?., Oct. 5 ?Consul-Gene? ral Fitzhugh Lee arrived here to-day and expects to remain with his i\ mily dniing the month, unless he is sooner recalled to Cuba by orders from Washington. He said he did not expect to 'remain in Cuba throughout the present administration, expressing the belief that President Mc? Kinley would sooner or litcr'send_a pollt loal frie?d to that country. The question of General Lee's entering the contest for United States Senator to succeed Thomas S. Martin, two years hence was broached by; the Sun corre? spondent. At "rst the consul general declined to discuss it, saying that so long as he had. the consulship he felt that he should refrain from discussing politics. In the course of further conversation it v?as manifest that the ex-goveinor is iu tent upon having another contest with Senator Martin for the position which the latter now holds and for which ho de? feated the een...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 October 1897

ROSENBAUM BROS New Fall Goods, New Fall Goods. We were fortunate in secur? ing sorne exceptionally good values in dress goods without the tariff attachment, and will offer on Monday 500 pieces of All Wool Plain and Fancy Novelties, comprising some of the choicest and most fashion? able weaves. Among them are the FIGURED GRANITES, MOHAIR JACQUARD, PLAIN AND FIG? URED POPLIN, SILK AND WOOL PLAIDS, ALL WOOL FRENCH SERGES, ALL WOOL GERMAN AND FR E NCH H EN RI ETTAS. CORDED REPS, ENGLISH COVERTS, IMPORTED BROADCLOTHS. SILKS, SILKS, SILKS, Full assortment of Silks, consisting of the choicest of patterns, such as Roman Stripes, Plaids in All Colors, Fancy ,Nov elti es, Ch ange a rle Taffet as, Black an? Figured Satin. Millinery, Millinery. . 50 dozen Felt Hats, com? prising all the new shapes. Among some of the leading shapes for immediate use are English AValking Hats, the Tourist, the Plaid Sailors and the Tam-o'-Shanters. Jackets and Capes. We have just received a big assortment of Ladi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 October 1897

AN OPEN LETTER To MOTHERS. we are asserting in the courts our right to the exclusive use of the word "CASTORIA," and " PITCHER'S CASTORIA," as our trade mark. /, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis. Massachusetts, was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTORIA," the same thai has borne and does now s/SrfZ^~" 01i evmJ bear the facsimile signature of C&^/&&&fa wrapper. Ulis is the original ? PITCHER'S CASTORIA," which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty year: LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind you have always bought _'f&>_s on ^w an? has the signature* of C^a^/yfi^uc^^; wrap? per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex? cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. a ^ * March S, 1S97. Q&U~~*? ^M-c^r**,??. Do Not Be Deceived. L/O not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 October 1897

A One-Sided Conversation: TAKE n look through our establishment? Certainly, in a fow moments." "Yes, we occupy the whole building?three stories, fifiy-two and a l.'h by ninety foot. Nearly fifteen thousand squaro feet of floor space. AM "f our largest and finest presses aro on this floor. Thi3 fno is thu l*te?t additi n, prints h sheet 29x42 at a maximum speed of 2,<00 impressions an hour, running vithout perceptible jar or vibration, with a 'click ' that docs one good to lift'-n l?? ? o doubt if its equal, for its class of work, is in tho State." "This is tho press wo use for our finest Illustrated Catalogue, School Annual. . ?nd other Book Work; prints a shfjet 31x50. It is driven by a direct, Individual iloctrio motor?no belts or pulleys." I "Thesotwo aro for Railroad and Commercial Work, tho largest one being iisH for copying-ink work almost exclusively. All of our press*1* havo automatic eountini ? machine* which register tho sheets as thoy aro printed, leaving no ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 October 1897

If a Man Goes To a Tailor For a suit of clothes it means he wants something better than ready-made clothes. It stands to reason that measured gar? ments contain an individuality that cannot be found in stock goods. Our tailoring depart? ment is such that we guarantee satisfaction in every respect. Suits from $20 up. ? D. M. TAYLOR, Hattvr siimI Furnisher, 112 Jefferson street. THE NEGRO POSTMASTER STICKS. Loftin's Wife is Anxious That He Shall Have Another I'hice. Washington, D. C, Oct. 5.- -Postmas? ter Eoftin, of Hogansville, Ga., who was recently wounded by a ivonld be assassin, did not put in an appearance here today. So far as the Washington authorities are advise''. I.oftin has no intention of resigning unless an inducement in the form of.another good position in the gov? ernment service Is offered him. A sug? gest ton that he no given another place was made by Loftin's wife, who is also assistant postmaster, in a letter to the Postoflice Department. In this letter she referre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1897

VOL. XVIII, NO. Ii Capture eight firsts, and win all but one of the open races. Get a "RAMBLER" and keep in front. ROANOKE CYCLE CO. 108 Snlcm avenue s. w. * What Pattie did for ? i * 5 them in two of his handi- f \ * 5 caps on ii COLUMBIA ? j ? i EDWARDS. GREEN i A Maiiiifarturliiu: Jowolor nnd ^ (?riKlunto Optician, I 6 SALEM AVE. J Bicycles. ^ IF YOU WERE AT THE RACES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY You have not forgotten how Nelms and Hannn rode the "Spalding" to the win? ning mark. These men are fast riders and know a gnod wheel when they see one. They uay the "Spalding" is the BEST WHEEL BUILT. It won them a number of prizes too numerous to mention. THE FISHBURN CO., AGENTS, 10 Campbell avenue. \ BARGAINS./" One slightly used upright piano, full size, good as new; sold one year ago for $350; now $225 on easy payments One good second-hand Knabe Square Piano, $50.00?easy payments. Good, sliglitly-used organ, $25.00?easy payments. Call while we have these liar gains. It will pay you. J. E. R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1897

THE TIMES. BVKKV MORNING, EICB.PT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHKRS AND l'KOPKIETORS, 122 CAHPBBLL AVK. S.W. TKHMS BY MAIL (POSTAOK PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.fl.50 44 SIX MONTHS. S.00 ?* ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 6.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YKAR. 1.00 -,?,.,.( Business Oflloe.143 THUMBS. ^ KdltorUl Room*. 1544 Interstate Pliooes?Samo numbers for the same locations. OCTOBER. S M T W T F S . 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8.9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 23 26 27 28 23 30 81 . The total cost of feeding'the United States army durin? the past fiscal year was $1,072,703. When it is remembered that the entire military establishment of the United States does not number over 25,0(0 officers and men it will be easy to believe that Uncle Sam's soldiers are in no immediate danger of starvation. T:?on. Seth Low has resigned the presi? dency of Columbia College; but this does not mean that he will certainly buelected "iayor of Greater New York. Boas Piatt will have to be hea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1897

JEWELRY JOTTINGS. Jewelers who cator to Uno trodo sot flno gems In platinum. For fabric belts oome gum studded boo? kies In silver, sllvor gilt und gold. Tho now motul belts nro dcoldcdly ornate, mnny being enriched with a profusion of jowols. Colorod ennmels nro a conspicuous fca turo in the ornnmentntiun of ahutcluino wntohos. Sondprcclous stones of dosirnblo colors eontlnuo to be employod us conters of round and oblung brooches. Theso stones nro usually surrounded with pourls.?Jow olers' Circulnr. takes married women through the whole period of pregnancy in safety and com? fort. It is ur.cd externally and it relaxes the muscles so that there is no dis? comfort. It prevents and relieves morning sickness, headache and rising breasts," shortens labor and preserves the mother's girl? ish form. $1 a bottle at druggists. Send for a Fhce copy of our illus? trated booklet ^fsv about W MOTHER'S EISEND. ^Ll* The Bradfiold nerjulatcr Co., Atlanta, BaJ WANTS BOAIIDKR* WANTKI). WANTKD?Three y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1897

SALEM EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. James Montgomery and his son, Attor? ney William Montgomery, who have made Salem iheir home for ubout iioven years, will, we learn, leave here next week for Philadelphia, ^where they will in the future reside. By their generosity and pleasant mauuers they have made friends who will regret; their departure. William Montgomery is a prince of uood fellows and his kind faeo, as well ns the dulcet tones of his violin, will be missed, especially in the social functions of the Presbyterian Church, of which ho is a member. Should they ever wander "oaek again they will always get the "glad hand" in Salem. Win. M. Phillips formerly, in the em ploy of the Holsten Woolen Mill Com? pany, now traveling for a New York house, is on a flying visit'to the city, and Is stopping with bis f riead, Geo. Worden. Col. D. C. Shanks, .T. ;B. Frier and J. A. Fluke and wife left yesterday morning fot Flncastle to attend the fair. Judge A. J. Braud, L. Cocko. J. Wil? liams, S. G. W...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1897

New Fall Goods, New Fall Goods, We were fortunate in secur? ing some exceptionally good values in dress goods without tin; tariff attachment, and will offer on Monday 500 pieces of All Wool Plain and Fancy Novelties, comprising some of the choicest and most fashion? able; weaves. Among them THE NIGHT 8 01?' THE COLLEGE NOW OPEN. SESSIONS BEGIN AT 7 P. M. arc the FIGURED GRANITES, MOHAIR JACQUARD, PLAIN AND FIG? URED POPLIN, SILK AND WOOL PLAIDS, ALL WOOL FRENCH SERGES, ALL W<)(>L GERMAN AND FRENCH HENRIETTAS. CORDED LIEPS, ENGLISH COVERTS, IMPORTED BROADCLC )TIIS. THE KOANOKE CITY MANTLE WORKS tunke a specialty at this season of the year of repairing old grates, or building new ones. They have experi? enced men who thoronulily understand that class of work. Call and see them. J. H. MAUSTELLER, Proprietor, No. 21 E. Campbell avenue. BUY SAWED WOO0 in blocks for your new stoves from W. B. Daniel <fc Co.. dealerB in clean coal and the best grades hay, g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1897

SyOTSCEs BELMNG BROS. & Co., Silk Manufacturers, TO JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Soap Manufacturers. arm. Jd?. S. Kirk & Co., ? Chicayo, Ills. GENTT.KMKN: ? Wo have given your "WhltoClond" soap a thorough test in washing pieces of linen embroidered with our "New Process*' Wash Embroidery Silks and lind it entirely satisfactory. Wo take pleasure in recom? mending it us a superior article for laundering lino embroidery. Yours truly, (Signed) Uf.i.dino Bros. &Co. Referring to the above, we deem it important to state that this letter was entirely unsolicited by us. White Cloud Soap now has the highest authority as its endorser-as being superior for fine laundry work. For the bath and toilet it also ranks first as a pure white floating soap. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Established 1839. Chicago. Largest soap manufacturers in the world. Wo l:avn demonstrated, exports admit, and every one Is convinced thatGenulue WhitoTppazcumiot be detected from ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1897

A One-Sided Conversation: TAKE ii look through our establishment? Certainly, in a few moment*." "Yes, wo occupy the whole building?thrco stories, fifty-two and a h?lf by ninety feot. Nearly fifteen thousand square feet of floor space. All ?'f our largest and II nest presses are on this floor. This fne is the 1 te-t nddlti n omits a (.beet 20x42 at u maximum speed of 2,400 impressions tin h< u-\ running without perceptible jar or vibration, with a 'click' that does ono good to lUten to We doubt if its equal, for its class of work, is in tlio State." "This is tho press wo use for our finest Illustrated Catalogue, School Annual. *nd other Hook Work; prints a shoot 31x60. It is driven by a direct, hulivlilu I dectric motor?no belts or pulleys." "These two uro for Railroad nnd Commercial Work, tho largest ono being n.-e| for copying-ink work nlmost exclusively. All of our presses have uutonpitic rituiili?j ? machines which register tho sheets us they aro printed, leaving no ch...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1897

If a Man Goes To a Tailor For a suit of clothes it means lie wants something better than ready-made clothes. It stands to reason that measured gar? ments contain an individuality that cannot be found in stock goods. Our tailoring depart? ment is such that we guarantee satisfaction in every respect. Suits from $20 up. D. M. TAYLOR, Dlattcr aii<l Furnisher, 112 Jefferson street. SOME QUICK DETECTIVE WORK. Several days ivio four gypsies, two men and two women, struck koauoke. They stopped at Mrs. Stan field's, a lady living in East Roanoko. ?j .Monday evening, upon their leaving, sin* missed a gold watch, a chain, two pairs of gold eye glasses, some jewe!ry and a lot of cloth ing. She placed the matter in the hands of the Baldwin Detective Agency, of this city. at. !1 p. m. on Monday. Albert Bald? win, the youugest man on the force, was detailed on the case. On Tuesday he had the police of Fincastle arrest the gypsies. Mr. Baldwin went to Fincastle yesterday in company with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 October 1897

VOL. XVIII. NO. Capture eight firsts, and win all but one of the open races. Get a "RAMBLER" and keep in front. ? CYCLE ?0. 10S Salem avenue a. w. * I ? them in t wo of his handi- 4 Kips on a COLUMBIA? $ EDWARDS. GREEN i Manufacturing .Jowolor uiul A 0 (iruiluato Optician, # 1 i 4 6 SALEM AVE. ? 4 - 0 Agency Columbia and Hartford ? Bicycles. IF YOU WERE AT THE RACES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY You have not forgotten how Nelms and Ilanna rode the "Spalding" to the win? ning mark. These men are fast riders and know a good wheel when they see one. They say the "Spalding" is the BEST V-THEEL BUILT. It won them a number of prizes too numerous to mention. THE FISH8URN CO., AOISBITS, 10 Campbell avenuo. \ BARGAINS.,/ One slightly used upright piano, full size, good as new; sold one year ago for 8350; now ?225 on easy payments One good second-hand Knabe Square Piano, 850.00?easy payments. Good, slightly-used organ, $25.00?easy payments. Call while we nave these bar? gains. It will pay you. J. E. RO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 October 1897

THE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. HO A NORF. PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.W. TERMS BT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAI LT, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 3.00 41 ONIS /EAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 _.???_M. IBusiness OfHce.143 I hon HS. } Kdttorlstl Koom.1?4 Interstate Phones?Saino numbers for the same locations. OCTOBER. S M T W T F S . 12 8 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 28 24 23 26 27 28 29 30 31 . The Treasury officials ara proud of the increaso In custom receipts and predict that they will be 'running ahead of the expenditures before the lirst of January next. With better prices for products and a high protective tariff in lull oper? ation this may continue for a while, but who knows how long it will last? Henry Bmtnober, the celebrated min? ing expert of the Rothschilds, of London, has returned to Tacoma, State of Wash? ington, from a visit to Daw son City and other points of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 October 1897

"Ufo on'? Now York Viroboat. On these boats tho men's lifo is about tbo snnio tis In tho hind companies. Two nr? kept on watch at all times?one a * V1?? Viatoa" ?nd tho othorn"deok watch." -ri,0 house watohman keeps trook of tho alarms and speoiul calls, and tho going and coming of mombors of tho company to und from meals, and has olmrgo of tho "houso journal." Tho deck Watch sees that other boats do not run into his vessel and also kcepB a shnrp lookout for ilrcB nlong the rivor. In tho summer, When tliero aro few lires, a position on tho Broboat is a pleasant borth, for thoro is plenty of outdoor life nnd sunshine; but in whiter, when a keen nor'westor is blow? ing and every bit of 8pray freozes hard Wherever it Rtrikes, tbe land compnnies no doubt hnvo tho udvantngo. Fighting ilro along tho water front In rolthvintor lias all thodnngors nnd thu *uf forlng of Uro duty ashore, nnd olimblng up thu sides of vessels and upon wharfs and plow, gutting linos into position, when every bit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 October 1897

SALEM EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. Evangelist J. W. West, of Pearisbtirg, will preach at the Christian Church to? day, to morrow and Sunday at 11 a. m. and 1:80 p. m. Rev. J. E. Armstrong will begiu a se? ries of revival services at the Methodist Church, on the last Sunday in October. He will be assisted by Rev. Dr. Lam? bert, of Bedford City. Miss Sal lie Maury, who has becu ill at her home for three weeks, is convales? cent. C. M. Kr.ox, of Richmond, was work? ing his trade here yesterday. J. M. Dobyns baa returned from a bus inesu trip to his old homo iu Floyd county. Charles Dodson has accepted the posi? tion of runner .for Hotel Salem. Miss Jennie Barnitz has returned from Covington, Va , where she attended the annual meeting or tho Ladies' Foreign Missionary Sjcety of the Methodist Church. Miss Eula Bowman has returned from a four weeks' visit to friends in Pulaski. Geo. W. Logan and daughter returned yesterday from Atlanta, where they have been visiting. O. L. Stenrnes has returne...

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