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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1891

SALEM FOR THE ELECTION. The Democrats Organizing for the Fight. Roanoke Times Burkau, ) * Uotkl Lucerne. Salem, Va. \ There was an enthusiastic mooting of Domccrats in tho oilice of Davis, Ninln ger & Co., in tho Homer building, Mon? day night. Tho object of tho meeting was tho organization of the Piedmont Demo? cratic Club. This club was constituted with members from the Piedmont sec? tion of Virginia, embracing tho counties of Fauquier, London, Ranpahannock, Culpepcr, l'rinco William, Fairfa>, and Clark, all of which woro repre? sented at tho meeting by gentleman formerly living in those counties. They pledged themselves to soo that every man now living in Salem but for? merly from the counties mentioned be registered in time and vote at tho com? ing election on May 29. W. W. MoiTott was elected temporary chairman and William Simpson temporary secretary of the mooting. Their elections were afterward made permanent. A committeo consisting of Henry Davis. W. H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1891

i AT THE MASQUERADE. Borne of tho Queer Sights to Bo Soon in New York. The German Penchant for Mask Halls and Picnic*.?Noisy Hut Decorous Social Gatherings?How the Tough Element Cclebrutcs. I Special Now York Correspondence. 1 Tl-A-KL^ ?I"\1IIS is the season of mns querado balls and the genial costunier is reap? ing bis harvest. I don't refer particularly to the great "French" costume balls, so called, which aro sccues of most extravagant license and have been, of late years, kept under very Ciose police supervision. Very few re? spectable men and no deceut women go to the French balls unless indeed a partj' may be made up to witness a part of the show from a box. Then the ladies are closely vailed and are accom? panied by their husbands, but under no eirc urn st a nee s do they go on the dancing floor. 1 But there are mask balls which, if they aro not fashionable, are at least respectable. Wo find them mostly among our German fellow-citizens on the East side, and verj' jolly affair...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. SVERY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publlenore and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, Chlrd avenue and Flret street, southwest. TERMS. BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, one month $ >S0 " three months. " b'.x months . .... o.w " ono year.u-w AH papers sent out or the city must bo paid tor Invariably in advance. TELEPHONE NUMBEU 124. TnK Times is delivered In Roarnke, Salem and Vinton every morning by camera ror m coats per month. THE WEEKLY TIMES. The Weekly Times, containing the news of tho week in u more condensed form, ono year. fLOO in advance. Advertising ratos maao known on applica? tion. Items of news, communications, etc., should bo addressed to the Editor of Tun Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, cheque, or draft, 6hould be ad? dressed and made payablo to THE KOANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke, Virginia. Entered at the Postofllco at Itoanoko as sec? ond-class matter. ROANOKE, VA.. MAY 13, 1801....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1891

CHEAP LIGHT, CHEAP FUEL. The Housekeeper's Millenium. No More Lugging Coal. No Mom AnImjh und Cinder* to Remove. No Moro CleanlnB ?n<1 Trimming of l^tmpa?No .More lilt: Uuh, Coitl und IVcmhI Hills to l'ny. Several weeks sir.ee Ibo Virginia and Carolina Light and lloat Company es? tablished Its headquarters in tbis city, says tho Danville Hegistor, and fitted up an establishment on I'nion street just under tho Register ofiloo, where Its exhibit and operations have been open to public inspection, and tho processes and purposes objectively havo been ex? plained to all visitors. Tho placo has been visited by hundreds of persons, both gentlemen and ladles, not only citizens of Danville, but from other eitlos and towns, and from many sec? tions of the country, and all havo boon filled with admiration at tbo marvelous exhibitions they havo witnessed in tbo manufacture and applied uses of tho fuel and light gas produced by this company. Last night marked an event in tho history o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1891

A T?IP TO EUROPE. j?Some of the Queer Things to Bo Seen in Paris, t _ ^Striking Peculiarities of French Hotel VUfe?Taking n. Meal on the Eiffel Tow? er?Arranging for a Duel In ? a Parisian Cafe. ISpcclal Correspondence] i Third chapter, and I am head over earn in Europo. Took n through train ir?m Frankfurt to Paris. All goes well tuntil we arrive at Pagny, another of tnoso pleasant border stations, that Tarings with it a rigid examination of ' jboth baggage and person. Two cignr cttes that I had concealed in nn inside jpockct wcro discovered and like jtrophies of war carrie<l away by the jshrewd official, thus again swelling tho funds of "la hello France." I re-enter jfche carriage and on goes the train, passing barns and back-yards and pco plo and milc-stoncs, nnd at last halting 3n a dirty-looking station. They tell Imo we have arrived in Paris. Not quite Svhat my imagination had it pictured. I however console myself to think of tho pretty Parisian views I saw in five-c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1891

DEER PARK AND OAKLAND. On tho orest of tho Alle?rhanles, 3,000 foot abovo tldo-water. Season Opens June 15, 1891. Thoso famous mountain resorts, situ? ated at the summit of tho Alloghanlos and directly upon the main lino of tho Baltimore and Ohio railroad, havo tho advantage of its splendid yes tlbnled express train servlco both East and West, and are therefore readily ao possible from all parts of tho country. All Baltimore ami Ohio trains stop at Door Bark and Oakland during tho season. Kate*. 860, S75 and 890 a month, according to location. Communications should bo addressed to GEORGE D. DkSUIELDS, Manager Baltimore and Ohio Hotels, Cumberland, Md., up to Juno 10; after that date, eithor Doer Park or Oakland, Oarrett County Md. sun&wed-tjun24 "Elevators oF Hoisting Machines for Stores, Warehouses and Factories, made and shipped reudy to put up. Wrlto to THE CAltl>WELL MACHINE COMPANY, Hi< hiiKiml, Vu ^Inlll. aprfl-ood.'lm DRIKK,.n 0%B It aids dig...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 May 1891

NYTHING -WHICH WE AKE USE OF IS VALUABLE TO US. Gold Pens and holders, tho largest as Bortment at tho lowest prices. Special discounts on all pens sold for month of May. Wo guarantee all pens or money refunded. Thompson's Book Store. B L A N K B O O K S. A largo shipment of Illank Stock just received and opened enables us to fur? nish these goods in any stylo and quan? tity at prices lower than they have over been offered at beforo. All styles blank hooks mado to order. Prico and work? manship guaranteed. Thompson's Book Store. COPYING BOOKS AND PRESSES. Having secured tho ugency for tho best line of French Copying Hooks, wo supply you retail, at wholesale price. Wo meroly ask the opportunity to save you dimes and often dollars on what you buy daily. Thompson's Book Store. No. 30 Campbell Street. Coal! Coal and Wood! W. D. MYERS Has a Coal office at 58 Salom avenue. Orders received tbero for Coal and Wood, which will bo filled promptly on short notice. Telephono 08. apr8-lyS PANTS F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1891

For bargains In real estate read THE TIMES. 1 VOL. IX.?NO. 205. BARGAINS.?PEOPLE WHO HAVE any money to invest can pick up better bargains in Heal Estate now than have boon offered for a yoar. Thero is no question about money being tight and very few peoplo being in a position to buy, but thoso who have money and do not invest booauso they aro afraid, are robbing themselves. I have a few bargains that are exceptionally cheap, that can be bought during the next 3 or 4 days at a very low cost. Call on or address, WILBUR S. POLE, Rooms 3 and f, Exchange Building. EAD THIS LIST FOR BARGAINS. R House and lot, Church street, 32'.) s. W.j water, gas, etc.; SO.000. House and lot, 733 Patterson avenue; water, gas, etc. (corner); SS.t'OO. House and lot, Franklin Road; water, gas, etc.; 33,500. Threo houses on Eighth avenuo s. w,; 93,000. Several houses in Belmont addition from 82,300 up. Several houses in It. F. ,t 11. Addition from ?1,500 up. For Monday, May 4, only, we will otfor nino &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1891

?LEM NOT AN EXPLOSION, But Mr. Owens Has a Broken Thumb. Roakokk Times Bureau, ) Hotel Lucerne, Salem. Va. f Mr. Owens, of tho Salem Hardware ^Company, fell from a wagon yesterday and broko che first joint of his right thumb, which was set by Dr. Raird. Mr. Owens and O. D. Oakey were both in tho wagon, and were bringing a case of dynamite cartridges from the powder magazine on tho "Monteiro property. The wagon at a bad place in tho road tipped, throwing Mr. Owens out, Mr. Oakey succeeded in catching the case of dynamite before it rolled out, and tbo horses were quieted with a word, other? wise a serious accident might havo ro sulted. Mr. Owens had some cartridges in bis pocket when he fell, but they did not receive any concussion. the hivkksiue sai.k. Seventy I.ol* Sold for An Average of ?850 Kuril. Tho first lot sale of tho Riverside Land Company was held in its office at tho Bank of Salem building yesterday morning, and seventy-four lots of this company were sold, averaging 8350 p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1891

TWO NEW SENATORS. What Thay Look Liko and What They Havo Dono. Tho Remarkable. Career of the Farmen* Alliance Senator from Kniiso??Tho Man Who Will Represent tho M.it<> of North Uakotn. The contest for the Kansas SenatGT ship has attracted National attention and interest t?) a remarkable degree. Soveral circumstances combined to ren? der it more than ordinarily note? worthy, says Harper's Week? ly. In tho first place, Senator Ingalls is a man of marked indi? viduality a n d occupies au ex? traordinary po? sition as Presi? dent pro tempore of the Senate. In tho second place, Kansas is tho State in which the revo? lution wrought by the Farmers' SKNATOK I'KFFKIt. Alliance is most conspicuous, Pcrhapa the most remarkable thing of all has beeu the apparent uncertainty whether tho farmers, notwithstanding their clear majority over all in tho Kansas Legislator?*, would be ablo to defeat Mr. Ingnlls and elect their own candi? date. Most extraordinary measures ?were ado...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. ?VKRY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publlsners and Proprietors. TIMES .BUILDING, ftrfxd avenue and First street, southwest. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Pessare Prepaid.) Dally, one month ,.I ?**] ?? three months.J-? " ei.x months . .... J.jjj " ono year.???"' All papers sent out of the city must be paid for Invariably in advance. TELEPHONE NUMBER 124. Tn? Times Is delivered In Roaroke, Salem and Vinton every morning by can lore for .it) cente per month. THE WEEKLY TIMES. The Weekly Times, containing the news of the week in a more condensed form, one year, Iii.00 in advance. Advertising rates mane known on applica? tion. Items of news, communications, etc., should be addressed to the Editor of The Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, cheque, or draft, should be ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke. Virginia. Entered at the Postofflce at Roanoke as eec ond-class matter. ROANOKE, VA.. MAY 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1891

HAWAII'S NEW QUEEN. "Her Full Name It Lytlla Kam ?kacha 1.111 noku 1? 11.1. Tho queen of [Ilawall, who has as? cended tho throne in succession to tho late king, is not wholly Inexperienced, as she had on several occasions acted as regent in the absence of tho king. Indeed, sho was so acting when he died. She rejoices in the name of Lydia Kamakacha Lilinokalana, and was born in 1833. Her relationship to the Kame hamehas, the first kings of the united THE QUEEN OF 'ITavvaiian islands is through her moth? er. It is an old native law that legiti? macy (or the right to be royal) is de? rived from the female and not from tho ?male, as in European countries. The queen, who was proclaimed heir apparent to the throne on April 12, 1877, is morganatieally married, her husband, Licutenant-tieneral John Ow? en Hominis, being a governor of ouo .of the islands. The new ruler is, as will jbeseen from her portrait, tall in stature iand dignified in manner. The new queen is a woman of much strength o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1891

UNRULY SENATORS. EJxcitomont Created by Their Un? seemly Behaviqr. Senator IngalM' Order for tlio Removal of Senator lUddleborger?A Southern Senator'? Argument?Lumar'? Attack on Conkting. [Special Washington Correspondence,! "The most exciting and critical mo-] xneut in my life was near midnight, March lSKii, when I arrested Senator Biddleberger, of Virginia." said o.\ Sergeantrat-Arms of the Senate lion. W. P. Canaduy. "The person of a Senator is sacred in the eyes of the law and the constitu? tion," he continued, "and no rule or regulation of tho Senate authorizes tho arrest of one of its members. When the House of Representatives is without a quorum the sorgeant-at-arms may go after the Representatives and compel them to come into the hall in order that business may proceed. Hut, in similar circumstances at the other end of the Capitol, the scrgeant-at-arms is ordered *to request' the attendance of the ab? sentees. Usually they come when in? vited, but occasionally they refuse, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1891

HAVE YOU TRIED AND CONSUMPTION CURE? It not, do bo at oneo. It mny Bavo you from a consumptive 8 grave. Trial bot ties I roo at Fox & Christian's. NOW IS THE TIME. your blood is full or impm your tlon. .apurltlcs, digestion Im? paired.appetite poor, kidneys and liver torpid, ami the whole 8yntem out of order. Take I>i". i.<?<???* LlvcrlU^iilutor, Trial tittles free at Fox & Christian's. These People Know What they are talking about when they endorse A. B. C. Alterative as The Greatest Blood Purifier Known. II. A. MeCurdy, of Quarlos & MeCurdy Richmond, Vn., writes: "I have used your A. B.C. Alterative for lilood Poison and Catarrh, and have been greatly benefited thereby." R. E. L. Tntuin, "Washington, D. C, writes: "1 have used your A. II .0. ALTERATIVE with the most benefical results." Mrs.C.L. Leako. Licking. P. O. ("looeh lund Co. Va., writes: "1 take great pleasure in recommending your wonder? ful medicine." T...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 14 May 1891

ANYTHING -WHICH WE? HAKE USE OF IS VALUABLE TO US. Gold Fens and holders, the largest as? sortment at tho lowest prices. Special discounts on all pens sold for month of May. We guarantee all liens or money refunded. Thompson's Book Store. BLANK BO OKS. A large shipment of ltlank Stock just received and opened enables us to fur? nish these goods in any style and quan? tity at prices lower than they have ever been offered at be furo. All styles biank books made to order, l'rico and work? manship guaranteed. Thompson's Book Store. COPYING BOOKS AND PRESSES. Having secured tho agency for the best line of Trench Copying Hooks, we tmpply you retail, at wholesale price. We merely ask the opportunity to save yon dimes and often dollars on what you buy daily. Thompson's Book Store, No. .30 Campbell Street. Coal! Coal and Wood! W. D. MYERS Has a Coal office at 58 Salem avenue. Orders received tbero for Coal and Wood, which will bo filled promptly on Short notice. Telephone 93. apr3-ly3 PANTS ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 May 1891

For bargains In real estate read THE TIMES. 1 VOL. IX.?NO. 20G. BARGAINS.?PEOPLE WHO HAVE any money to invest can pick up better bargains in Real Estate now than have been offered for a year. Thero is no miestion about money being tight and very few people being in a position to buy, but those who havo money and do not invest because they aro afraid, are robbing themselves. 1 have a fow bargains that aro exceptionally cheap, that can bo bought during the next II or 4 days at a very low cost. Call on or address, YVILliUR S. POLE, Rooms 3 and I, Exchange Building. JT> EA1) THIS LIST FOR BARGAINS. House and lot, Church street, 329 s. w.; water, gas, etc.; 80.000. Bouso and lot. 733 Patterson avenue; water, gas, otc. (corner); $8,000. House and lot, Franklin Road; water, gas, etc.; 83,500. Three houses on Eighth avenuo s. w,; S3,000. , Several houses in Belmont addition from 82,300 up. Several houses in It. F. v<i II. Addition from 51,500 up. For Monday, May 4, onl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 May 1891

SALEM THE TIMES KODAK. Snap Shots About the Streets of Salem. Roanoke Times Bureau, { Hotel Lucerne, Salem, Va. s Miss Annlo Lee Nash, daughter of Col. C. A. Nash, of Norfork. is expected in Salom on a visit to Miss Lillio Strouso. J. F. xv. Allcmong has returned from his trip to the Sbenandoah Valley. J. D. Logan, of llinton, W. Va., is in Salem. Russell Martin, who has been attend? ing college here, returned to his home in West Virginia yesterday. P. J. Davenport, a young lawyer of Abingdon, is in tho city and will re? main somo time. W. A. King has returned from New York. Mr. Reynolds, of Blacksburg, was hero yesterday. The entertainment committeee of the Irving lyccum, consisting of Messrs Montgomery and Taylor and Misses Wright and Roberts, meet to-day to ar? range for tho public, entertainment. Thos. Coles, confined in tho county jail hero, was released yesterday upon taking the pauper's oath. He was con? fined for retailing spirits. Tho rxattress factory building is now finis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 May 1891

AN INTELLIGENT DOG. Ho Knows How to Perform Twen? ty-Bight Clever Trioka. Although Only About Twenty Months Old, He Is a Dangerous Illval oT 1'eter, the Famous Yunlceo Dor?Some of Ills Performances. I saw in your paper recently an ac? count of Peter tho Wonderful, tho Montpclier trick dog, and was much in? terested in the article. Ho is indeed a wonderful dog, but I think A. P. Nel? son, of Wells River, Vt., which is only forty miles from Montpclier, lias a dog N0RDKCK CAItKYIXQ KITTBX8. that as far as regards the immlicr of his tricks is ahead of Peter, writes F. A. Palmer to the Boston (Robe. Mr. Nelson's dog Nordeck is a thor? oughbred liver-and-whltc pointer, weigh? ing about sixty pounds, and will per? form the following trieks at a word of command from his muster: 1. Sit erect and rise on his bind legs from that position. 2. Lie flat on his back, when asked how little girls go to bed. 3. Say his prayers and keep the posi- ' tion until the master says "amen." 4. Give a represen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 May 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. a VERY MOBH?MK JSXOEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIWSS PUBLISHING CO.. Publumors and Froprlotore. TTMtSS BUILDING, Third ?.venueand First streot, southwest. TERMS,'S Y MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, onotmnth ,. IM ? " thres months. " Btac-P.onths . .... ?.?? " one year. ?,w Ail pop'rH 8ent out of tho c{ty m?t b0 P*10 tor fctrvtt&ably in advance. TELBPHONB NUMBER 134. Tint Times is delivered in Roarnkc, galom m?? Vinton cvory morning by caniora tor W) oerfte per month. THE WEEKLY TIMES. The Weekly Times, containing the news of tho week in a more condensed form, one year, H.00 in advance. Advertising rates macro mown on applica? tion. _ Items of news, communications, etc., should be addressed to tho Editor of The Times. Bemittanccs, by express, money-order, reg? istered lotter, chequo, or draft, should ho ad? dressed and made payablo to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke. Ytrgtma. Entered ?t the Pofft?ffice at Koanoke as sec? ond-class matter. ROANOKE, VA.....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 15 May 1891

THE FUN OF CATCHING EELS. Tho Squirmer* Aro Sometimes Caught In I'eeullur Ways. Parties travel along our shore, says the Lewiston Journal, setting traps for eels at the mouths of brooks ubovo salt wuter. These consist of a roomy box of slats, with au Inconspicuous en? trance. The squirmers go in anil stay in till they are taken out.- Other parties set pots near the head of the tide. These are like lobster traps Din some respects. In the end is a tunnel-shaped entrance very easy to get into. This entrance is rendered still more effective sometimes by a continuation in the shape of a stocking leg, and I have seen ' sharp brads driven in so as to impale the victim should lie poke his head out the door. These traps are sunk to the bottom with a line and a buoy attached. Horseshoe crabs are considered the best bait for eels. In the fall they pass up into rivers and ponds, sometimes in great numbers, and always in the darkest nights; then the boys aro on deck with gall's. Their winter bor...

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