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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 November 1897

VOL*. XIX, NO. 2( Bad Bicyles COST ALMOST AS MUCH AS Good Bicycles. . They really cost far more. Wise people figure that way and pur? chase such a wheel as THE CLEVELAND, which runs Jeasy for years and then sells well second-hand. ROANOKE CYCLE COMPANY, IIS Salem avenue s. w. THE COLUMBIA CHAINLESS BICYCLE will ho ou exhibition Saturday, Novem? ber 0. Mr. C. E. Wheeler, representing the Pope Mannfacl urlng Company, will be here to exhibit the wheel and explain its superiority over the chain wheeis Those Interested are invited to call at the store of EDWARD S. GREEN, TIih Joweler, the local agent for Columbia and Hart? ford Bicycles, to inspect, the "First and Foremost Cbatnless Wheel." Attend the Flower Show To-Night!_ On your wny stop by our plnce aud ex? amine one of the "Now Improved Mc Fadden Exercisers." THE FISHBURN COMPANY, 10 Campbell avenue. TAKE A LOOK AT THE EXCELSIOR HEATER before buying your wood stove. ENGLEBY & BRO. CO 17 Salem avenue. See Our Beautiful Li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 November 1897

THE TIMES. BVBBT MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. [ BOANOEE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPDELL AVE. B.W. TERMS BT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTH8.fl.50 " BIS MONTHS. 5*. 00 u ONE ?'RAR, IN ADVANCE. COO SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 I Hnslncss Office.143 I KdltorlBil Rooms.184 Interstate Phooci?Saiuo nnmbors for the same locations. NOVEMBER. S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 15 6 . S 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 . WELL WORTH READING. The tabulated statement prluted on tbo third page of The Times this morn? ing will furnish food for reflection to all of our citizens interested in the delin? quent land tax scheme. - Lord Salisbury, the British premier, in his speech at the Lord Mayor's banquet, was very firm, notwithstanding their di? plomatic veiling, in his allusions to the Anglo-French sltuution in Africa. France is evidently getting the best of the Brit? ish in her dealings with the natives, and the boldness and rapi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 November 1897

Complete List of Applications Filed in the Land-Grab? bing Scheme. The Times has for several days past kept standing In its columns a lorn; list of delinquent lam's filed on and subject to sale under an act passed at the session of the Geueral Assembly of 1801-'95, and amended at the session of 1895-'00. The Times now publishes for the benefit of whom it may concern a list of property thnc has been filed on, and notices of which have either been served by ?Sergeant Tillett or are now wltb him and may be served at any moment. Many of these notices have been served duriuir the past few days, but as the sergeant is only required to serve the notices on the party iu whom the title stood at time of sale for taxes, and as in many instances the owner at that time has since parted tvith bis title, this list is published iu order to give the present owner an opportunity to know his danger. Every property owner should carefully examine this list: M. \V. Turne J. 1). Cmwley.... <'. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 November 1897

Mother's Friend k a liniment for expectant mothers to use externally. It softens the muscles and catises them to expand without dis? comfort. If used during most of the period of pregnancy there will be no morning sickness, no rising breasts, no headache. When baby is born there will be little pain, no danger, and labor will be short and easy. $1 a bottle at druggists. Send for a Free copy of our illustrated book about Mother's Friend. The Bradfietd Regulator Co., Atlanta, 6a. THORN WILL SURELY DIE. continued from pngc 1 three hours and fifteen minutes. She seemed to bo on the verge of collapse. Lawyer Howe declares that ha will put Thorne on the witness stand to--norrow and will prove by him that Mrs. Nack not only murdered 6uldensuppe,but that she cut up the body as well. As Mr. Howe made this statement Mrs. Nack suddenly grew faint and was hur? ried to an nnte-room, where she revived at an open window. At 4:10 this afternoon,one of the jurors, Mangus Larseu, fainted and the proce...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 November 1897

Not the ut the 26 Salem Ave 25 Campbell Ave. We invite an inspection of our Special Reduction Sale, beginning Monday morning, November sth, and lasting one week only. The Kruno innren of the most ?uperb silk exhibition is on. Look or buy. Look ut least, and see what the silk world has produced this season. Pretty and dainty designs of Fancy Two-Toned Brocaded Silk, 00c. ASTONISHING VALUES. $1 Black Brocades, this week 05c a yard. Black All Silk Peau de Soie, $1.10 value, 75c a yard. Special All Silk Black Faille, Sl^vnlue, 76c. 215 indies wide Black Satin Duchose, actual worth 91.2a, 85c a yard. Solid and Figured Taffeta S'dk, actual worth $1.25, 75c a yard. New effects and colorings in Hornau Stnpe Silks, from 70c. to $1.25 a yard. The helping hand In Colored Dress Goods has a g-ip on the prices that, is in? comparable. Any color or kind at the kindest prices that one could ivish for? 25c a ynrd to $1: the former worth dou? ble, the latter $1.36 wholesale. Ladies' Wool Jersey Ribbe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 November 1897

Dr. Miles' Nervine Victorious. Physical and Mental Exhaustion Gives Way to Vigorous Activity. REV. W. T. nOTJCK, ti.3 talented pas? tor of Grace U. B. churvh. Carlisle, I'enn., writes September23, lS9?: "I always enjoyed good health until In at which time my duties as a clergyman were, of a peculiarly trying nature, subjecting mo to several severe nervous shocks which together with overwork and anxiety, im? paired my general health and nervous sys? tem. Indeed I was in such a condltlou tbnt the more sight of a largo congregation so wearied me tbnt it would require a day or more for uio to ro covcr from the. ex? haustion. It affords mo yreut pleasure to say that Dr. Miles' Kestorativc Nervine and Restorative Tonic have done mo untold good. 1 preached three times yesterday and I feel as fresh and vigorous this Monday morning as I ever felt in my life, than us to your remedies. Dr. Miles' Hemcdies are sold by all drug? gists under a positive guarantee, first bottlo benefits or money re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 November 1897

This is the Package remember it. It contains Washing Powder that cleans everything quickly, cheaply and perfectly. For economy buy 41b. package Til K Ji. K. FAIUBANK COMPANY, Chicago, St. Louis, Now York, Boston, railadelphU. I have used for Consumption, and can recommend it above all others for Coughs and Colds. It is selling; like hot cakes. ^P*Z&Sff+rFtn*,r Jt*tJ9* GUSTAV FALK, Druggist, Iff*^^^^? Winten Place, Ohio. CURE ran C^WTl3N'rSS(^ August 31, 1897. DON'T BE DECEIVE! That Cannot be Put in Good Order at the New Home Office, 309 Henry Street, Roanoke Va., where can be found the kink drop Cabinet, admired hv bo many peo? ple for beauty an i) convenience; a i.so a variety of different ma? chines made dt this company, which, if examined by those wh > wish to buy, side i1v side with the otiieb makes of mach inks, can read? ily bee they deserve ale the praibkthet ii avk merited in finish, durability, light-running and per? fect'work. Pl.kase call and inspec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 November 1897

THE NEW ONE, The same shape as the popular Nakodas, but a little higher and a good one for winter wear. We are just as much up to date in neck? wear. All we lack are the cuts to show you. D. M. TAYLOR, Hatter niul Furnisher, 112 Jefferson street. VIRGINIANS SUE FOH $50,000. Richmond, Vn., Nov. 10.?L. P. Routt, of this city, has brought suit tu Buck? ingham county against T. 1). Hooper, of T. I). Hooper & Co., baukers and brok? ers, at No. 20 Broadway, Ne-?- York, for !j.~?o.tj00 for non-performance of contract. The suit grows out of tho relationship of Messrs. Routt and Hooper iu tho I.on don-Virgiuiu Mining'Company, of Buck Ingbam, which is said to be one of the richest gclil mines to Virginia. BISMARCK MAY DIE. Berlin, Nov. 10.?Prince Bismarck is reported to be in a very critical condi? tion. He is buffering with neuralgia and ji prolonged attack of insomnia. His eldest son. Count Herbert, started for Fredericksrnbe to-day. THE BEAUTY OF IT. A dress washed with "Crysta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 November 1897

YOJj. XIX. NO. 2 Bad Bicyles COST ALMOST AS MUCH AS Good Bicycles. They rually cost fnr more. Wi8o people figure that way and pur? chase such a wheel iih THE CLEVELAND, which runs "cnsy for years ami then sells well second-hand. ROANOKE CYCLE COMPANY, 118 Salem avenue s. w. THE COLUMBIA CHAIHLESS BICYCLE will he on exhibition Saturday, Novem? ber (i. Mr. C. E. Wheeler, representing the Pope Manufacturing Company? will ho here to exhibit the wheel and explain its superiority over the chain wheeis Those Interested are invited to call at the store of EDWARD S. GREEN, Tln> Jeweler, the local agent for Columbia and Hart? ford Bicycles, to inspect the "First and Foremost Cbainiess Wheel." Attend the Flower Show To-Night! On your way stop by our place and ex ... limine one of the "New Improved Mc Fadden Exercisers." [ THE FISHBURN COMPANY, 10 Campbell avenue. TAKE A LOOK AT THE EXCELSIOR HEATER before buying your wood stove. ENGLEBY & BUG. CO 17 Salem avenue. See Our...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 November 1897

THE TIMES. EVERY WOltNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLI8URR8 AND PKOFniETOR8, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.W. TKRM8 BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID}: DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 M THREE MONTHS.'. $1.60 u BIX MONTHS. 8.00 " ONE /KAR, IN ADVANCE. 6.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 nnnvnu. J Business OiUco.143 I Kdltorlal Kooms.184 Interstate Phones?8amo numbers for the H?mo locutions. It seems that tne Cleveland heir is not to have the full name of his father after all. A dispatch from Princeton, N. J., says the ex-President's little sou is not to be named Grover, Jr., but Rlchaid Folsom Cleveland, in honor of the father of Mrs. Cleveland. In the natura- order of events, the youngster should have been called Grover; but in naming chil? dren the mother should always have her way, andjt is oftenT so than otherwise. Will'am Henry Theodore Durrar.t, the condemned murderer of Miss Blanche Lamont and the presumed slayer of Miss Minnie Williams, having failed in all his efforts before the supreme ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 November 1897

HERE AI THE PEOPLE. Complete List of Applications Filed in the Land-Grab? bing Scheme. The Times has for several days past kept standing in its columns a long list of delinquent lam's filed on and subject to sale under an act passed at the session of the General Assombly of lSDi-'O."), and amended nt the session of 1895-'00. The Times now publishes for the benefit of whom it may concern a list of property thac has been filed on, and notices of which have either been served by Sergeant Tillett or are now with him and may be served at any moment. Many of these notices havo beon served during the past few days, but as the sergeant is only required to servo the notices on the party in whom the title stood at time of sale for taxes, and as in many instances the owner at that time has since parted with his title, this list is published lu order to give the present owner an opportunity to know his danger. Every property owner should carefully examine this list: A i?i?r.l< OWNRIt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 November 1897

SALEM EDWARD JETER. REPORTER Miss Bertha Martin, of Pulaski, is visiting at the Duvnl House. Blau ton Barnett, of Catawbu, vras visiting in the city yesterday. Maurice Jeter left yesterday tor Flori? da, where he went in the interest of the Southern Manufacturing Company, of Richmond, Va. Mrs. Nannie Peak, of Lynchburg, is visiting at Mayor W. T. Younger's. Evangelist C. P. Strouse has returned from Old Point Comfort, where he has been holding a successful revival meet? ing. Geo. M. Dobyns has gono'ou a-visit'to his old home in Floyd coooty. Miss Julia A Withers died Wednesday night at 11 o'clock at the home of R. L. Campbell, of consumption. She will oe buried tc-day from Mr. Campbell's home at II o'clock. The iurermeut will be in East Hill Cemetery. EVERYTHING IS READY. Durrant Says Ho Renlly Does Not Expect to bo Hung. San Francisco, Nov. 11.?Murderer Durrant made a statement to-day. He said that ho did notexpect to be executed to-morrow. He expect s a reprieve at the last moment...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 November 1897

RQSENBAUM BROS 26 Salem Ave 25 Campbell Ave. We invite an inspection of our Special Reduction Sale, beginning Monday morning, November 8th, and lasting one week only. The grand march of tlie Joost ?uperb silk exhibition is on. Look or bey. Look at least, and seo what the silk world has produced this season. Pretty aud dainty design* of Fancy Two-Toned Brocaded Silk. HOe. ASTONISHING VALUES. $1 Black Brocades, this week G5c a yard. Black All Silk Peau de Sole, $1.19 value, 75c a yard. Special AU Silk Black Faille, $1!value, 75c 33 inches wide Blnck Satin Duchese, actual worth $1.25, 85c a yard. Solid aud Figured Taffeta S'lk, actual worth $1.25, 75c a yard. New elTects and colorings in 1 Ionian Stripe Silks, from 75c. to $1.25 a yard. The helping hand in Colored Dress Goods has a yip on the prices that is In? comparable. Any color or kind at the kindest nrices that, one could tvish for? 25c a yard to $1: the former worth dou? ble, the latter $1.85 wholesale. Ladies' Wool Jersey Ribbe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 November 1897

The Only Cure You can fool people, but there is no such thing as cheating Nature. A doctor may prescribe salves and lotions to be used externally, and deceive the sufferer from Eczema for the time being, but the poison in the blood is not deceived by it. It is bound to show again in the shape of ugly eruptions and scales. Eczema is a deep-seated blood disease. It is so difficult to cure that today there is only one medicine which sufferers can take with certainty of a cure. Swift's Speci?c (S. S. S.) never fails to cure Eczema. It searches out the germs that cause the disease, assists Nature to throw off the poison, and cures permanently. It makes the blood well and keeps it well. It is the only Real Blood Pur? ifier, because it is the only medicine for the blood that is composed en? tirely of vegetable ingredients. Every one who lias bad blood should send to the Swikt Spe? cific Co., Atlan? ta, Ga., for valu? able free books. The Better the Grade, The Bigger the Trade Ciauss Shears...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 November 1897

AN OP To MOTHER! WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD " C ASTORIA," AND ** PITCHER'S CASTORIA,1' AS OUR TRADE MARK. J, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Hyannis, Massachusetts, was the originator of " PITCHER'S CASTOR!A," the same ihui has borne end docs now s/fTTT^T* 011 euerU hear the facsimile signature of c^z^^t^cj&u wrapper. This is the original " PITCHER'S CASTORIA/' which has been used In, the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty yeah LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and sec that it is tJie land yon have always bought ^-tf s/f*??*E>a on the anC has the signature* of ^?tZ?^^V^c^ic wrap? per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex eepj The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. /? ^, * March S, IS97. <2^~~^ S^A^^ht. Do Not Be Deceived. D$> not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennie...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 November 1897

m ?BW OSE, The same shape as the popular Nakodas, but a little higher and a good one for winter wear. We are just as much up to date in neck? wear. All we lack are the cuts to show you. D. M. TAYLOR, Hatter ami Furnisher. 112 Jefferson street. t????j?? NOTICE. Subscribers .to R/ifinoke Telephone Ex? change will'phase add to their catalogue the following names: K. B. Adsms, resilience. 221: J. L. Rrogh, residence, 221; E. A. Blake, res? idence, 201; A. J. Brand, residence. 228; Joel H. Cutchin, ollice, 218; J. H. Casselt, residence. 202; .1. W. Cook, residence,200; S. 13. Cary. residence, 225; J. E. Easter, residence. 270; Farmer's Supply Company vard, 88 E; W. A. Glasgow, residence, 200; W. R. Gordon, residence. 217; E. S. Greeu, jewelry store, 210; L. E. .Johnson, residence, 180; E. K. Ludwig, residence, 222; W. G. McOowel', residence. 172: P. W. McCMrtOck, residence, 220; C. Mark ley, residence, 227; Castuer ?S: Curran, office, 08; H. M. Smith, residence, 54; D. H.Scott, residence...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 November 1897

VOL.. XIX, NO. 2) Bad Bicyles COST ALMOST AS MUCH AS Good Bicycles. They really cost far more. Wise people figure that way and pur? chase such a wheel as THE CLEVELAND, which runs Jensy for years and then sells well second-baud. ROANOKE CYCLE COMPANY, 118 Salem avenue s. v*. Sterling Silver. Until further notice we will sell nil staple patterns of Sterling Silver, Tea Spoons, Dessert Spoons, Table Spoons ami Forks, al $1.00 per ounce. EDWARD S. GREEN, Man nFACTPiuxcj -I ewelek, (5 Salem avenue. Waterman's Fountain Fen. It is the best known and known to be tho best fountain pen the world over. It is always ready, and writes continu? ously without slinking. It has the best gold pen that can he made, and we guar? antee to refund your money if the pen is not satisfactory. THE FISHBURN COMPANY, HOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS. 10 Campbell avenue, Roanoke, Va. TAKE A LOOK AT THE EXCELSIOR HEATER before buying your wood stove. ENGLEBY & BRO. CO. 17 Salem avenue. See Our Beautiful Li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 November 1897

THE TIMES BVBBT MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. HO A KOKK PUBLISHING CO., FUBLI8HKRS AND PBOPBIKTORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. ?}.W. TRBM8 BT MAIL (POSTAGE FBEPAID): DAILT, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " on p. /KAB, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 nnnurii. J HuslnodS Office.143 rnvsKBl ^ Kdltorlal Koomi.124 Interstate Phones?Same numbers for the name locations. NOVEMBER. S M T W T F S 1 2 8 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 . Governor RuskneH's officinl plurality in Ohio 1h 28,130, 'while 'the Republican vote for members of "the legislature ex? ceeds that of the Democrats by enly 4,629 votes, which shows that Mr. Hanna is not near as popular as Mr. Bushuell, and that many who voted for "the latter did not want the former to represent tlie State in the Senate. " The anti-IIanna combination in Ohio claim that thoy have twenty '.votes in the legislature which WD l)e relied on to op? pose the Senatorial aspirations oi th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 November 1897

UM BS JOST H08 FAT ?unclean, unwholesome, indigestible?condemned: [by medical and cooking authorities. It makes the {good cook's food "rich," and the poor cook's food' [soggy and greasy. P?TTH! 1 liiii 1111.1 [Is Pure Vegetable Oil combined v. ith wholesome beef r.uct?makes your food (f^5?|g|^I?0^ light, appetizing, digestible. Tho cenuhio Cotlolcno In sold every wjicre In one to ton pound yellow tin*, with our iraiJt' marks?"Qottotrne" and sterr'i hratl \n cutton-plant '.wreath?on every tin. Not Kunrimti-pil If solil in nny Other way. Modo only by Tit:'. N. K. 1'AIltBANK COMPANY, Chicago. St. Louis. New York. Montreal. I have used for Consumption, and can recommend it above all others for Coughs and Colds. It is selling like hot cakes. GUSTAV FALK, Druggist, Winton Place, Ohio. rorj CofiSvnvnoN' g$<xs August 31, 1897. GRIND HOMERT IN AC?BEMY OF l?SIIi, THURSDAY, Nov. 18th, Under Auspices and for Benefit of the Voting Men's Christian Association of Roanoke. T Z Miss K.vtk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 November 1897

MOTHER! : Y tri j OJAjiutiaiiu iiiuiuvji * o u t.l Mother's Friend The sweetest aud the most ex pressive word in the English language and the odo about which the most tender and holy recol? lections cluster is that of Mother?she who watched our tender years; yet the life of every Expectant Mother is beset with great danger so assists Nature in the change taking filace that the Mother is enabled to ook forward without dread or gloomy forebodings to the hour when she ex? periences the the joy of Motherhood. Its use insures safety to the lives of both Mother and Child, and she is left stronger after than before confinement. Sent by Mall, on receipt of price, SI.00 per lit? tle. Book to " F.xpcctant Mothers " will be mail? ed free on request, to any lady, containing val? uable information and voluntary testimonials. The Brsdflold Regulator Co.. Atlanta, Gt. COtO BY ALL DRUGGISTS. M'KINLEY TO HANNA'S AID. Tells Foraker That the Senator Should be Elected. Washington, I). C, Nov. 12.?Senat...

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