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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 October 1897

VOL. XIX. MO. 5 SPECIAL BMAINS! 1 00 No. 1 Creaceut, tu good condition, will sell for $18 cash; 1 Second-Hand "Rambler," with new $10 tires just put on, will sell at $25; 1 '07 model Eagle at $30; 1 Second Hand Columbia at $12; 1 Second-Hand Cleveland at $25; also, those new Clevelands, which we are sell inn ?t (87.50 cash, or $10 on installments ?$10 cash and $5 per month. ROANOKE CYCLE COMPANY, 108. Salem avenue s. W. I Did You See j P 9 9 What Pattik diil lor $ \ $ 4 them in two of his hanrli- \ 9 9 caps on n COLUMBIA ? - $ $ EDWARDS. GREEN $ 9 9 p aianufncttirlna Jeweler and 4 <p Graduate Optician* 0 6 SALEM AVE. 9 ^ Agency Columbia and Hartford ? # Bicycles. DON'T Send away for goods you can buy in Roanoke. Patronize homo industries, especially tvhou the prices are as low, or lower. Typewriter Ribbons and Car Lou Paper, fo> instance. There is none better than the "Web? ster."' and the prices arc low, considering ^tbo quality of tho jzoods. Try a "Webster" ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 October 1897

THE TIMES. kvert morning, except monday. roanokr pdblishino co., publishers and proprietors, 122 campbell ave. s.w. terms by mail (postage prepaid): daily, one month. 50 " three months.$1.00 u six months. 3.00 " ON k /kar, in advance. 5.00 sunday edition, one year. 1.00 _?,,v,u. I KuRlnoHS OlHce.143 FHOMISH. j K(lltotl|,i Boom?.184 Interstate PIiodob?Sniue numbers for the xumo locutions. S M T W T F S . 1 2 3 4 5 6"" 80 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 A GOOD TICKET TO VOTE. For Governor: J. H?GE TYLER. For Lieutenant Governor: For Attorney General: A. j. MONTAGUE. For House of Delegates: W. p. M'CLANAHAN. j. YV. HARTWELL. The Goo-Goos of two years ago are now referred to as "our good citizeus." It is amusing to see the "boys take off their hats. Their niauners have wonderfully improved. The trolitical trickstet nnd the ward boss maj make nominations but they no longer in this city have the power to de? liver tbe goods. The independent voter holds th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 October 1897

It has come upon us?uot the calm that precedes a storm hut the peaceful in? activity of social elements that follows ?nuatur.il agitation. It was hoped that this would be effected gradually, but it was not to be. The bottom has dropped out of the ' Old Oaken Hucket" and we have only "Fond Recollections" and lively faith to keep us up. How long this state of inertia will contiuuo none can tell. Christuius is too tar off and Thanskgiving presents too material a prospect for us to look forward to any? thing but turkey and coudiments. Wo can say however that no one can sneer at thu "row we mowed" duiing the .sum? mer. Its memories will linger hdth us ns we toast our feet around the peaceful hearthstoneof the corning winter mouths when moonlight picuicsand outing par? ties will mock us as we shiver nud pile ou more coal. Let us take heart and make our own circumstances and not permit circumstances to make us. One ray of light has been cast athwart the gloom by the decision of the Cotil? ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 October 1897

"THE TRAMP" RESUSCITATED. The Grumbler's Lot is Not a Happy One, But Necessary. Owinn to circumstances over which he has had no cantrol, the "Tramp's" ephere of usefulness iu the world of jour? nalism has not been as large as ho would have liked, nevertheless it is his wish that his personality he maintained as entirely separate and distinct from that of the "Kicker." They are not the samo person. ROWDY STREET LOAFERS. It is a disagreeable business to be for ?ever grumbling, but some things ace so ?apparent in their need of correction that it Is impossible to k ?ep from it alto? gether. Just now attention should be directed to the crowds of small boys and men, both white and colored, w?o ham; around the sidewalks on Jefferson street between Salem avenue and the railroad. It has become a nuisance? the street is made utmost impassible with tolwrceo .juice and wrestkug small boys and boot? blacks. The men do not protend to make way for anyone. A gentleman says that ho has been forced t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 October 1897

YOUR WINT WANTS Demand early attention. This is an unusual season, with unusual requirements. To sup? ply the universal wants of tue country, doubly increased by the wave of prosperity now spreading itself over the land from ocean to ocean, is taxing the capacity of every manufac? turing plant. Later you will be forced to face the results? broken assortments and price advancement. Immediate pur? chasers avoid the danger of both. You now have variety from which to choose and sat? isfy the fancy, and the lowest notch in price to satisfy your economical inclinations. s Week In the Cloak Department. We opened the season with some of the most remarkable self-evident values in Plush Capes that manufacturing skill has ever produced. In fact the offering of Jackets and Capes is of equal importance. < )ne of the lot is an All-Silk Plush Cape, 27 inches long, handsomely trimmed with jet and braid, edged with Thibet fur, silk lined. Ordi? nary buying would force a merchant to get *1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 October 1897

f. KT. 3$ 'IS M Wo have demonstrated, experts nilmlt, and every one is convinced that Uenuuie WhiteTouazcniinot be detected from real diamonds. White Topaz is the stone you have read 80 much about* Theoiio that has fooled the pawnbrokers. Place them side by side with genuine diamonds and no one ran tell (liedifference. Wc havo sold thousands of these stones lit from one to ten dollars, but in order to introduce them quick? Iy as well as to lind out tho advertising medium bebt suited to oar business, we muko this We win send you a beautiful, brilliant, genuineYVhih'Topaz.whiehcanboinuunt eU in a rinu. scarf or necktie pin. stud,ctiiT buttons, locket or pair earrings, like any article In this border ou receipt of. These stones are exactly tho samo as those wo have advertised at one dollar. Tills Offer for a Few Days Only Cut out this advertisement aud send it - >i3 together with 25c. In coin or stamps and wo will semi von a Win.; i'ojiaz by teturn mail; a stone that you can...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 October 1897

AVegctablc Preparation for As - similating UicrootlandRegula ting the Stomachs andLJowels of Promotes Digeslion.Clrccrful ncssandRcst.Contains neither Opium.Morphine nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. Kutpc or Old VrSAMUEL P1TCMR Piunpfitn Su.? Mx.Stnria * J IlccAllU S.Ut - ytnhe St?tt * \ Ji-pprmiint - > Jh QuioriattSoJar * I f firm Seed - CUirifi cd Sugar . ttb/t/yncrt f'lanr. I Apcrfcct Remedy for Constipa? tion, Sour Stoinach.Diarrhoca, Worms .Convulsions,Fcvcrish ncss and Loss OF Sleei*. Tac Simile Signature or NEW YORK. ; ?' At b months ;?lU : i V D oses - i\Cenx s EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. IS OET THE OF EVERY BOITLE OU1 Custorla is put up In ono-sizo bottles enly. It la not sold In bulkl D.-m's allow atyeno to rcll you anything olso on tho pica nr promiro that it is "juRt aB good" and "will answer ovory per poeo." Sco that yon got 0-A-S-T-O-R-I-A. HER DIAMOND JUBILEE. An Expert Woman l'lckporltot's Imprcn ?long <>i Travel In ?nni|io. Miniiiu Daly, who in...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 October 1897

WHEN THE "HAND-ME-DOWN BOYS" offer to make you a suit to or? der they at once acknowledge the inferiority of ready-made clothes: but just here a doubt arises. We can give you the benefit of the doubt. You will know your suit is made to measure when made by our tailoring department. Suits, $20 up. _ D. M. TAYLOR, Blatter and Furnisher. J. W. Boswell, Real Estate and Rental Agent, 110J Jefferson St., Roanoke, Va. Money to Loan -Foi the Lynchbnrg Perpetual -Building and Loan Co. BONNBR'S OYSTERS. If you wish the largest nnd fattest oys? ters over brought to Roanoke go to Boa ?ner's restaurant. A fresh supply of Lynhaven oystetb received every day. Cau t>e served in any style you like. Fol? lowing is the price for oysters served: Lunch counter -Standard stews, 15c; eight fried, 25c; plate raw, 15c: oyster soup, 10c; bulk, 25c per quart. Dining room?Lynuhaven oysters, the. very finest, will be served In dining room ?1-2 dozen fry, 25c; stew, 25c; 1 dozen raw, 25c. Coming and G...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 October 1897

VOL. XIX. NO. 6 ?mTb?rg?ihs! 1 '90 No. 1 Crescent, iu good condition, will sell for $1? cash; 1 Second-Hnnd "Humbler," with new $10 tires just put on, will sell at $25; 1 '?7 model Hagle at $30; 1 Second Hand Columbia at $12; I Secoud-lland Cleveland at $25; also, those new Cleveland!*, which we are sell? ing at $87.50 cash, or $40 on installments ?$10 cash and $5 per month. ROANQKE CYCLE COMPANY, 108 Salem avenue s. w. Did You i What Pat nk did for $ r them in two of Iiis handi- # $ t saps on a COLUMBIA? $ - $ EDWARD S.GREEN A iUitniifitcturliic Jeweler und A jj Graduate Optician, 4 4 6 SALEM AVE. $ ^ Agency Columbia and Hartford A J Bicyclea. J DON'T Send away for goods you can buy in Roanoke. Patronize homo industries, especially ivheu the prices are as low, or lower. Typewriter Ribbons and Car? bon Paper, foi instance. There is none better than the "Web? ster," and the prices aro low, consider! ig ^the quality of the goods. Try a "Wehster" rib? bon?guaranteed not to fill the typ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 October 1897

THE TIMES BVBRY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. BOANOER PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TERMB BV MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTII8.$1.60 M SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE /EAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 Dnnvru. 1 Baalneaa Uflloo.143 RtUHMtj u;ditorl?l Koomi.184 Interatat? I'hoaes?Same nnmbort for the same looatlona. octo s m t w t f s . 12 3 4 5 6'j 89 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 . E_~*;a good ticket to vote.~ei For Governor: J. h?ge tyler. For Lieutenant Governor: For Attorney General: A. J. MONTAGUE. For House of Delegates: W. S.'M'CLANAHAN. J. W. HARTWELL. The declaration of a dividend indicates that the Norfolk and Western is ^getting on its feet again. Glad to hear It.?Win? ston, N. C, Sentinel. Roanoke is a city where people think and vote for themselves regardless of the dictation of would-be bosses or the de? mands of a party caucus. Messrs. McClanahan and Hartwell, the i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 October 1897

Lard 13 gross animal fat, ?cldo"l p is mainly refined vegetable oil?alwa some. For every purpose for v/hic use lird, Cotlolcuc and most economical. It improves fo It saves doctor's bills, yet any doctor to use it instead of lard, ThoRonulno Cottolcne 13 Bold ororywl pound yellow tins, with our trade-mi und .itrcr'it head in cotton-plant wreath?01 guaranteed If Hold lu nuy othor way. TM!'. N. EE. F AT 1115 A .MC CO? Chlcnp-o. SL Louis. PLOT IN BALTIMORE. UNION MEN WERE PREPARED TO EUHN THE CITY IN 1861. A Counter Movement to Ono Which lb Wm Relieved Southern Sympathizers I lad on Foot?Confidential Disclosures Made by t ho Old Tobnecontst. "During the first your of tho war," a grizzled colonel remarked, while recall? ing incidents of tho great rebellion, "business connected with the recruiting and equipping of volunteers in Pennsyl? vania took mo frequently to Washing? ton, and, as the hotels in that city soon became crowded and uucomfortablo, I made it a custom to stop at Barman's, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 October 1897

SALEM EDWARD JETER. REPORTER, THE BIO auction sale of dry goods and notionsjnt Marshall's old stand will ccinmeuce Wednesday, October 20, in? stead of Thursday, as advertised in Sun cay's Times. Come out everybody. Mrs. Elizabeth Evans,, passed quietly over the river of death Sunday morning at the home of her daughter, .Mrs. D. b. Btrou?e. bhe was in the 88th year of her age. The funeral "servlies were con? ducted at tho Baptist Church yesterday ntorning.at 10 o'clock, after wb'chthe re? mains were interred in East Hill Ceme? tery. Six children survive her?Mra. Delia Bonsack, of Honsack, Va.; Mrs. Carrie B. Wiley and Mrs. D. B. Strouse, of Salem; N. I. Kvans, of Roanoke coun? ty; Mrs. Elizabeth Carper.of Eagle Rock, and Mrs. Jane IJickiuson, of Lynchburg. The pail-bearers were Messrs. Frank and Will Whitescarver, Col. R. II. Logan, Judge. Harvey AUiz.er.W. O. Critz and J. E. Bhipman. .The (lower bearers were F. M. Lee and J. W. F. Allemong. Mrs. Walter Watscn has returned from an ex...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 October 1897

YOUR WINTER WANTS Demand early attention. This is an unusual season, with unusual requirements. To sup? ply the universal wants of the country, doubly increased by the wave of prosperity now spreading itself over the land from ocean to ocean, is taxing the capacity of every manufac? turing plant. Later you will be forced to face the results? broken assortments and price advancement. Immediate pur? chasers avoid the danger of both. You now have variety from which to choose and sat? isfy the fancy, and the lowest notch in price to satisfy your economical inclinations. This Week In the Cloak Department. We opened the season With some of the most remarkable self-evident values in Plush Capes that manufacturing skill has ever produced. Jn fact the offering of .Jackets and Gapes is of equal importance. One of the lot is an All-Silk Plush Cape, 27 inches long, handsomely WE trimmed with jet SHALL and braid, edged SELL IT with Thibet fur, ' AT silk lined. Ordi- $|fj, nary buying would force...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 October 1897

liMdl * ft ?liTTT-B'TiTr 111 the Exper ES W Wo hove demonstrated, experts admit, and every one is couvliiCed t lintGcnuiuo White Topaz caunot be detected from real diamonds. White Topaz is tho stono you have rcud so much about. Thcouo that hus fooled tho pawnbrokers, l'luco them si vie by side with Kcnuino diamonds and no one can toll llii-dillerem-e. We have sold thousands of these stones at from one to ten dollars, but in order to introduce them quick? ly as well us to tlnd out tho advertising medium best suited to our business, we muko this Wo will send you a beautiful, brilliant, genuine Wliito Topaz,whtcu can ne mount? ed in a rintr, scarf or necktie pin,stud,ctitT buttons, locket or pair earrings, like any article In tills border on receipt of. These stones are exactly the same as those wo have advertised at one dollar. This Offer for a Few Days Only Cut out this advertisement and send It ' - ?is together with 2SC. In coin or stamps and wo will send you a Wiii..' '?epaz by ret...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 October 1897

NOTICE: BELDING BROS. & Co., TO JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Silk Manufacturers, Soap Manufacturers. Mcsn. Jas. S. Kirk <fc Co., Cliicaao, Ills. Gentlemen:? Wo havo given your "White Cloud" soap a thorough test in washing pieces of linen embroidered with our "Now Process" Wash Embroidery Silks and lind it entirely satisfactory. Wo tako ploasuro in recom? mending it as a superior article for laundering lino embroidery. Yours truly, (Signed) Belding Bros. & Co. Referring to the above,*we deem it important to state that this letter was entirely unsolicited by us. AVhite Cloud Soap now lias the highest authority as its endorser*as being superior for fine laundry work. For the bath and toilet it also ranks first as ii pure white floating soap. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Established 1839. Chicago. Largest soap manufacturers in the world. CURRENT MISCELLANY. A doctor, writing on tho subject of tho suppression of useless noises in cities, which ho ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 19 October 1897

WHEN THE "HAND-ME-DOWN BOYS M offer to make you a suit to or? der they at once acknowledge the inferiority of ready-made clothes; but just here a doubt arises. We can give you the benefit of the doubt. You will know your suit is made to measure when made by our tailoring department. Suits, $20 up. _ D. M. TAYLOR, Mstfter ai><9 Furnisher. Real Estate and Rental Agent, 110J Jefferson St., Roanoke, Va. Money to Loan -Foi the Lynchburg Perpetual -Building and Loan Co. BONNER'S OYSTERS. If you wish the largest and fattest oys? ters ever brought to Roanoke go to Don ner's restaurant. A fresli supply Qf Lynhaven oystei:, received every day. Cau be served in any style you like. Fol? lowing is the price for oysters served: Lunch counter -Standard stews, 15c; eight fried, 25c; plate raw, 15c; oyster soup, 10c; bulk, 25c per quart. Dining room?Lvnnhaven oysters, tho very finest, will be served iu dining room?1-2 dozen fry, 25c; stew, 25c; 1 dozen raw, 25c. Coming and Goin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 October 1897

VOL. XIX, JNO. 7 ALL KINDS OF POGAHONTAS GOAL. Let us Bell you your win? ter supply. We sell ccnl free of stack. All other grades han? dled as well as Pocahou t as. Give us a trial older. EARMAN & FLIPPO, 'Phone 08. 108 Salem aveu\io s w. 0 What Pattik did for $ 1 licin in 1 wo of Iiis liandi 0 5 caps on a COLUMBIA? J * EDWARD S. GREEN $ + *> (^) Manufacturing Jowolor and ^ Grailuiitu Optician, |5 ?> ?> 4? 6 SALEM AVE. <? * - * f Agency Coluin>iia and Hartford $ ^ Bicycles. f DON'T Semi away for goods you can buy in Boanoke. Patronize home industries, especially when the prices are as low, or lower. Typewriter Bibhons and Car? bon Paper, for instance. There is none better than the '?Web? ster.-' and the prices arc low, considering ^the ([Utility of the goods. Try a "Webster" rib bou?guaranteed not to fill the type. THE F1SHBURH COMPANY, \ BARGAINS./' One slightly used upright piano, t'n 11 size, good as new; sold one...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 October 1897

THE TIMES. byk by morning, kxcept monday. roanokb publishing co., publishers and proprietors, 122 campbell avb. s.w. terms by mail (postage prepaid): daily, one month. 50 " three months.$1.50 m six months. 3.00 " one /ear, in advance. 5.00 SUNDAY edition, one year. 1.00 ???? _u j Business Olttce.143 rttuWHS-1 Kdttorlal Kooms.1?4 Interstate Pliones?Bunt numbers for the saino locations. OCTOBER. S M T W T P S . 1 2 8 4 5 0 18 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 81 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 31 . A GOOD TICKET TO VOTE. For Governor: J. BOGE TYLER. For Lieutenant Governor: For Attorney General: A. J. MONTAGUE. For House of Delegates: W. B. MoCLANAHAN. J. W. HARTWELL. " The voters of this legislative district should see to it not only that their own ballots are fairly counted, but as far as they are alilo that all the votes in the State are counted as cast. The unfair? ness In tho election methods which is said to prevail in somo parts of the State does not exist In the Southwest, and for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 October 1897

WHAT'S IN A NAME? EVERYTHING, ACCORDING TO JABEZ OBADIAH BLUGGS OF BROOKLYN. Thero Is n Ci-IhIs Iu Ills Homo Afnttrs When tho Naming of tho Itaby Ih the IlUalnesi of tho Hour?Tho StriiKCle and It* Sequel. For Uie first timo in Iiis career of many and varied experiences, Mr. Bluggs of Brooklyn Heights was called in con? sultation in that most exciting und sen? timental tusk of naming tho baby. But, being a man who hud made hisowuway in tho world, and who had faced every emergency thnt transpired without fal? tering, be approached the groat and uio mcutons undertaking without a quiver. In his business as builder and con? tractor he had performed tho feat of successfully naming a ?coro or two of Huthouses and npnrtmouts, and as tho proprietor of a stock farm in Wcstchcs tcr county ho had given approprinto titles to Komo of tho finest blooded ani? mals on tho American turf. Ho had al? so assisted in thennmingof several ves? sels and hud even given his advico re? garding appropriate titl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 October 1897

SALEM EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. Judge Attizer left yesterday on a busi? ness trip to Memphis, Tex Miss Jennie Barnitz left yesterday for a visit to friends at Christiansburg. Rer. E. W. Hubard left yesterday for Lexlugton, Va., where lie went to attend ajcon vocation of the diocese of Southwest Virginia. R. L. Campbell, cashier of the Salem Loan and Trust Company, has returned from'a month's vacatlcuiu the valley and elsewhere. The county poor farm was sold on Monday by Auctioneer M. F. Huff, the purchaser being a Mr. Hale. It was first sold In parts and afterwards as a whole, the price paid beimr $1,400. w? did not learn whether or r.ot the sale was bona flde. A splendid rain began falling yesterday afternoon and the Salem people who at? tended the dog show in Roanoke were strictly "in it." When rain is bad y needed in this sectiou we'would suggest tint Roanoke city procure the presence of a circus uu<" rain will immediately be? gin to fa'l'in large quantities?the larger t...

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