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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 10 January 1890

ALL ABOUT RACCO?XS. ONE OF THE ANIMALS YOU CAN'T CATCH IN A TRAP OUT OF WATER. They Arc Very Komi o: Crawfish and Can Ko Truppe?! Under Water?How to Smoke Uici Out or li Tree ? Iiis flitblts in Winter, Especially the Louj I'ast. "Did you ever hear any one say ho had trapped a coon':*' said P. B. Eyler, of Pittsburg, who has been spending a few days on Lake Keuka, and says that if there is anything ho knows all about it's coons. "If any one ever told you he trapped a coon in the woods he told what never happened. Coons can't bo trapped except in one way, and I never found a coon hunter yet who knew how it was done. The coon leaves the coldest scent be? hind it of any animal that lives, but it carries the keenest scent in front of it of any animal. You may track a coon to his home in the crevice of some rock, which is a favorite retreat for him. You may place your trap in front of the hole, and disguise it as you may, cover it with leaves a foot deep, if you like, but that coon will u...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 10 January 1890

LOCAL MATTERS. HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND THE CITY. GATHERED BT OUR REPORTER. Ab Excellent Rendition ol ??S'awtion'ii Klare" Last M?ht-The Celebrated Actress V rrc. <?oodwiu in "Sis" To in?rron Sight. A large audience greeted "Passion's Slave at the Opera house last night.'' | The play is an emotional drama abounding in interesting scenes of a sensational character from beginning to end, interspersed with laughable and pretty songs. Each actor and ac? tress performed their parts admirably. The company is a strong one and will draw large crowds wherever they play Myra Goodwin will appear at tho Opera house tonight. Spenkingof her the Boston Journal says: "With a sunny face, a merry laugh, and a sprightly dance 'the maid of the ever twiukliug fret," who this week is to be the leading attraction at the Bijou Theatre, appeared upon the stage last night. Miss Myra Good? win, a young Boston lady, is a pleas? ing little actress in her particular line, and having chosen a bright an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 11 January 1890

VOL VI? -NO. :37, .ROA.MrtUi, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY MORNINO, JANUARY U, I 90. PRICE?FIVE CENT? The entire stock DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC, sshich has bean reduced by the recent -ost sale, will be closed out to any one wishing a GOOD BUSINESS as well as a good stand at a LIBERAL DISCOUNT; Bat wish to say, until such arrange? ments are made, wo will continue to seil , j AT AND BELOW COSF. We still have nearly e . ryihia : desired; All wool sitk wraps, 38-tach henriettas mid for $1, at 75 eis; all wool silk finish, 46-inch henriettas, sold fof vi. - sol i at 75 c-s ; ali woo] 46-iueh henrietta. sokUbr S3 cts. now 62J eh .. all wool 33-inch henriettas, sold ; ?:? j 50 cts. now 37J cts.; nil wo .; 3S-|nch henrfeUas, so n h>r 37 i c:>. now 25 ?IN CLOAKS j We rfav:, a full line i : p ush wr?ps; ^"ftij^.yiy? is. . 5tnd*we can save you the profits othsr ?ousts are raakiug. IN STAPLE GOODS I Eouddalc, bleach; St ets. Lonsdale, cambric, B*J cts. WammaMitta; bleach, lie-. Now Y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 11 January 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES.! (DAILY" AND WEEKLY) ? An independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political Interests of Roanoke and Southwest Vircnnia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily, one year. StJ.OO Daily, six months. S.00 Dai-V, three months. L50 Dairv, one month. 50 V'ee'kly. 1.00 Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv? ery, fifteen cents a week, fifty cents a mont h, mi six dollars a year. HAdvertlsing rates furnished on applicat? ion attheoffiee. For marriage and death notices, of ordi airy length. 50 cents mil be charged. All transient advertisements must he paid tor in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected coramun ications not returned by mail unless postage is seut for that purpose. Kvery other day insertions will be charged the oame as every day insertions, leas 20 per cent.; twice a week, 40 per cent.; onc< a week, 50 por cent. Letters containing important news *<>>???? itcd. Contracts for adve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 11 January 1890

THE ROYAL BOAR HUNT. GERMANY'S EMPEROR AND H:3 GRU? NEWALD FRIENDS. A* Imperial Meet Which Is Held on St. Hubert's l>av, th? Third of November. A Big; Jollification. Where Only the JoumaltHts Arc lu Full Dies*. A blast is heard from the gamekeepers outside, announcing that the boar has been loosed. Fifteen minutes more passed, and then the master of the hunt, Count Richard Dohna Schlobitten, advancing to the prince, salutes him and says: "Your royal highness, it is timo for the hunt to begin." Prince Frederick Leo? pold raises his hand, Herr Palm salutes, and then, lifting tho waldhorn to his l?ps, blows a long and powerful note tiiat ?&-?S?aoes 6hriily throughout ths castle. The huntiug park is right in tho mid? dle of the Grunewald woods. A little distance from the castle is tho wide and deep river Havel, along wheso banks there is abundant cover. Should the boar, however, take it into Iiis head to cross tho river, he is practically safe from the hunters, fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 11 January 1890

MINOR LOCALS A forte of bands was at work yes? terday excavating for the foundations of the n^w brewery whichistobe !oca ted iu theEast end of Roanoke* ? (tent's stiff and felt lr.;s ju*l received at E. Goetz's, 21 Salem ayenner. uovl4-J The i>id Crozer furnace went into blast Thursday evening after an idle? ness of several weeks tor repair-;. ? Boys and children hats at E. Goetz's; 21 Saleiv.-avenue. novH-t The officers of Mount Vernon Lodge, 1. O. O. P., in the Wright Block, were installed last night. ?Children's and infant's shoes very cheap at E. Gootz's, 21 Salem-avenue. ncvl'4-J Kb cases have been, before Mayor Carr for the past two days. ?Hals, caps a: d umrellas at E. Goetz's. 21 Salctn-avenue. novl4-J ALE? IS BREAD PROHIBITED. Ri*gnlntlon? R?r Enforcins the Foot! Adulteration Law?Xniacs orAlnna Baking; Powders. The secretary of the treasury has prescribed regulations for carrying out the receut act of congress for the pre? vention of the manufacture and sale of a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 12 January 1890

T'^E LADING PAPER AND THK BEST AD VElt"VISING U f lU USt KOVT15WEST VIRGINIA. LARGEST CIRCULATION OF ANT PAPER THIS SECTIO? OF THE STATE. VOL "VI-NO. 3 , U?A.\i>KjK, VIB?iXIA, SU DAY MORNING, JANUARY 12, ISOO. PRICE?FIVE CENTS Von SALE 'vt a BARG? The entire .stock *RY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC., which has been reduced by the recent -ost sale, will be closed out to any one wishing a GOOD BUSINESS as well as a gco 1 -<;.nd at a LIBERAL DISCOUNT. But wish to say, until such arrange-: inents are made, we will continue to sell I AT AND BELOW COST. We still have nearly everything desired. Ail woo! silk wraps', 3S-mcb Henriettas sold for $1 at 70 cts; ail wool silk finish, 40-inch btnriettas, sold for SI. soil at 75 cts.; all wool 4G-iuch benrietta. sold for j>5 cts. uow 021 cts., all wooi '38-inch heuricttas, sold h?r 50 cts. uow 37J cts.; all wool 3S-tuch 1enrtet';,s. send :< r 37i cts. now 2?c.t>. ' IN CLOAKS We liavt a full iue ol plush...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 12 January 1890

THE ROASOKE TIMES. (DA fL Y AND weekly) An independent Democratic pnpei devoted to the material and politica interests; of Rcanoke and Southwest Virginia. ?SOBSCUIPTIOK BATE batty, one year...... Daily, six months. Dai-y, thn e ui >nths. 1.5! Oaiiy, one month. r>< Weekly..'.. 1.01 Fnrnisbed to city subscribers, freo do iv [fety; fifteen cents am < k, fifty cents a month nd si:: dollars a your. JSAdvertLsing rates furnished on ,pj :? . iou at the office. For marriage and deat? notices, of ord tnry length, 50 cents will I>o charged; All transicst advertisements amsthei>a1t for in advance. So attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected commnmeation? iw returni tbj mail unless postagcis seii&lai that pa-.-. ~ Every (? : . .: :? In ;-::ons will be ehs ' ? i t_be- /._, I tflrc sat. ?: apoitaht ^ov.-* a ?.eeSTj o itil. Contra V: -li.-mg apply or.ly t< thcrcgu!.;: unsniess ol advertiser^...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 12 January 1890

PROSPECTS OF NATURAL GAS. The Geological Society Considers the Lifo ?.f the Flow m Oi>io. Natural gas engaged the attention yes? terday morning of the members of the American Geological society, who an holding their first annual ses i n ai th< Auiefran Museum of Natural History. Professor Edward Ort' t of Ohio, present* d an cl ?rate paper on the "Origin oi the 5 >ck Pressure of Na? tural Gas in the Trenton Iim< A ue of Ohio and Indiana." Professor Ort on said: "Natural gas derived from the Tren? ton limestone has supplied during the past year and is now supplying all the fuel and a considerable part of die arti? ficial light that is used by at least400,000 people in northwestern Ohio and in c< n tral Indiana. Within the same lino it is the basis of a varied lire of manufac? tures, the annual product of which will make an aggregate of many miilii i >\ lars. More than forty gla i furaaci s, be? sides steel miils. potte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 12 January 1890

Tlie Great Virginia Vegetable Alterati; Blood Purifier and Renovator of tie fioraan System lias been used Successfully in tie following Diseases, as Certificates will Attest: Liver Complaint, Jaundice and Bilious Derangements; In Mercuriaf Blood Poison, Scrofulous and Eruptive Diseases/ Costiveness, _ Indigestion, Flatulence, Periodical Sick Headache, and Female Complaints, **#*### -&#??# ^ >x<].: . riMQMIALS: *******?***&# Derangement of the Liver. - Richmond, Va., July, 1SS5. This is to certify that I have known of the superior qualities of JOHNS? TON'S VEGETABLE NOLANDIXE for the past ten years, ami during that time, at intervals, have had occasion to use it in person and in my family, and have always found it a sure cure for de? rangements of the liver and kidneys, in? digestion, headache, &c, aud a good touic. L. C. DAVIS, S04 north Fifth street, Kidney Affections. Romow's Station*, Chesterfield County, Va? March 25, 1SS...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 14 January 1890

VOL VI?NO. 39, KOANOKE, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, 1*90. PRICE?FIVE CENTS KOR SALK ATA BARGAIN The entire stock DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC., Jvhich has been reduced by the recent ?ost sale, will be closed out to any one wishing a GOOD BUSINESS as well as a good stand at a LIBERAL DISCOUNT. But wish to say, until such arrange? ments are made, we will continue to sell AT AND BELOW COST. We still have nearly everything desired. Ail wool silk wraps, 3S-mch heuriettas ?old for $1, at 75 cts; all wool silk fiaish, 4?"-inch henriettas, sold for 81. sold at 75 cts.; all wool 46-itich henrietta. sold for S5 cts. now 62$ cts., *I1 wool 38-inch heuriettas, sold for v?0 cts. now 37$ cts.; all wool 38-inch Henriettas, soicl for 37} cts. now 25 cts. IN CLOAKS We have a full liue ot plush wraps, modjeskas. uewmarkets, and jackets, and we can Rave you the profits other ?ouses are making. IN STAPLE GOODS WE HAVE Fruit of the loom, bleach, 8$ cts. Louadale, bleach, 8$ cts. Lousdale, cambric....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 14 January 1890

THE EOANOKE TIMES. IDA1LY AKD WEEKLY) An independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political interests of Roanoke and" Southwest Virginia. gUBSCIUIWlCfiS KATE Daily, one year.?..".. Dai:'}, six months. 8L9? Da'.A, three months. I. Daily, one month. V'cckiy. "sirnished to citysubscribers, free ? e;y, fifteen cents a "weck, tu*tj cents*a w ?nl I. nd six dollars a ye.-r. 3Advertising rates iurulsbed on appli ion at tho office. For marriage and death '?:;>.?"-. oi-ords nary length, 50 cents will bo < lar All transient advertisements mi iai? for in advance. No attention given to unonj m i spondence,ondr?lvcto(l eommuirical ????>? ? returned by mail antes* ;>o-: ige Is -. ill that purpose. Every other day Insertions will bei tho e?me as every dajt.insertion^ . ? per cent.; twice a week. 40 per c el.: a week, 50 por cent. Letters coctainiii'' naoortaat news s ited. Contracts for advertising appli 1 ' the regular busniess of adverti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 14 January 1890

A Horrible Sharlc Story. The Melbourne Argus prints the fol? lowing, under date Sydney, Oct. 13 Thomas Punch, Fred Rilcy and Ed? munds were indulging in their usual pull in their club skiff in the harbor this morning. As they were passing between Bradley's Head and Clark Island, the !* scene of the late fatal boat accident, they were horrified to s<*e a .shoal of shark: tossing about a human body. Tkej pulled nearer the spot, and then discov? ered the body tobe thatof a female com pletely dressed and swollen to an enor? mous size by long immersion in tin water. The party endeavored to make fast the body to the boat, but the sharks surrounding ir. passed linder the frai boat so viciously that the occupants be? came alarmed and pulled away to giv? notice to the police. Mr. Tooth's 6tnal steam yacht was within Hail and quickly reached the spot; but the sharks were sc lierce that they tossed the body quite ??1 out of the water, and so terrified tin men on the yacht that they ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 14 January 1890

LITTLE LOCALS. Interesting Items Too Short for Ken* ?rat? Sends. Dr. T. L. McDosh, who was at one time president of Roanoke college, died in Frederick county, lfd., re? cently. He was buried at Win? chester, Vr., where, for ten years, he was a pastor. ?Gent's stiff and felt hats just received at ?. Goetz's, 21 Salem avenue. novl4-J Mr. John A. Pack, ticket agent at the Union depot, and Mr. J. E. Mos ley, his assistant, are both confined to their rooms by an attack of "the grip," and Mr. John T* Booz, relief agent for the Lynchbnrg division, 1b filling their positions, having to work both night and day. ?Boys and children hats at E. Goelz's. 21 Saleni-avenue. novl4-l Dr. H. E. Jones returned yesterday evening from a visit to relatives at Appomattox courthouse. ?Children's and kAnt's shoes \tm\ cheap at E. Goetz's, 21 Salem-avenue. novl4-i The shipment of coal of the Poca hontas coal company for the week end ing January 11, was 36,717 tons, and for the month ending January 11, 54,980 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 15 January 1890

for saxb ata The entire stock DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC., arhieh 1ms been reduced by the recent ?ost sale, will bo closed out to any one wishing a GOOD BUSINESS as well as a good stantTat a LIBERAL DISCOUNT. But wish to say, until such arrange? ments are made, we will continue to sell AT AND BELOW COST. We still have nearly everything desired. Ail wool silk wraps, 38-tnch beuriettas pihl f?>r 81. at 7? cts; all woo! silk finish, 46-inch beuriettas, sold for 61. 8'">td at 75 eis.; all wool 46-iuch henrietta, sold for 85 cts. now G2A cts., all wool 38-inch henriettae, sold tor j 50cts. now 37} cts.; all woo! 38-incb] Henriettas, so.d for 37J cts. now 25 cts.' IN CLOAKS Wo have a lull Is tie ol plush wrap-, modjeskas. newrnarkets, and jacket.-, ind we cau save you the profus oth<~r ouses are making. IX STAPLE GOODS WE HAVE Fruit of the loom, bh-ach, 8J cts. Lonsdale, bleach. Hi cts. Lousdale, cambric. I J cts. Wamo^-utla, bleach, ll c's. New York mills. 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 15 January 1890

THE ROAtfOKE TIMES. (DAILY AND WEEKLY) An independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political interests of Roanoke and Southwest Virginia. ISUBSCRIPTION BATE Dailv, one year. f6?00 Daily, six months. S.06 Dai-v, three months.~ 1-59 Otiiv, one month. 50 ?Teekly.. . LOO Furnished to city subscribers, tree deliv? ery, fifteen cento a week, fifty cents a month, nd six dollars a year. ^Advertising rates furnished ob appliea ion at the office. For marriage and death notices, of ordi nary length, 50 cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must be nan! for in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected communications not returned by mail unless postage is sent tor that purpose. Evory other day insertions will be eharged the urne as every day insertion*, less 20 per cent.; twice a week, 40 per cent.; once a week, 60 par cent. Letters containing important news solic? ited. Contracts for advertising apply only to the regular bUBniess of ad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 15 January 1890

BARNUM'S BILL STICKERS. They Surprise Thr FasUahnion by the Rap? idity or Their Work. Opposite to this house is u boarding thirteen feet high by over one hundred feet long, and in a few minutes I was to see a feat in bill posting such as seems hardly credible, now that I sit calmly down to write of ii- A wagon baying driven up, Jive iuvu got out of it; ouo I recognized as Mart Ready, Rn main's boss poster, two wore Americnnsin their neat duck overalls, and two were Eng? lish bill stickers whoso appearance I would rather not describe. In two min? utes after their arrival the duck over allcd men had out their tin cans full of paste and their eight foot long polos with brushes at the end. and were hard at it covering the bearding with paste from top to bottom, from cud to end. The Englishmen stood by with something like sneers on their faces, as who should say: "Well, there ain't much in that: we can cover a bearding with paste, too."' Anothertninute passed and Ready" began handing out...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 15 January 1890

LITTLE LOCALS. InterostiB-c Items Too Short for Sop* a rat? Head*. President Eimball and General Manager Sands returned yesterday from a trip to Southwest Virginia. Mr. 8. P. Christian has recovered from his recent attack of the "grip" and is at his place of business again. The new Crozer furnace shut down yesterday morning owing to a laek of ore. Mr. T. D. Martin, of Salem, lost a splendid horse Monday, valued at $175. ?Gent's stiff and felt hats just received at E. Goetz's, 21 Salem avenue. novl4-t Officer Wright arrested a colored man named Markly Budy last night on the charge of disturbing the peace and quiet of the city, and lodged him in jail. ?Boys and children hats at E. Goetz's, 21 Sal em-avenue, no v 14-1 A magic lantern exhibition was given at Korer hall last night for the benefit of the colored Presbyterian church, of this city. ?Children's and infant's shoe* vasy cheap at E. Goetz's, 21 Salem avenue. novl4-J Next Friday is pay day at the Roa? noke Machine works, when $4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 16 January 1890

KOR SALB AT A BARGAIN ? The entire stock DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC., which has been reduced by the recent o--t *ale, will be closed our to any one wishing a MOD BUSINESS as well as a good stand at a LIBERAL DISCOUNT. But wish to say, until such arranger Uients are made, we will continue to soli AT AND BELOW COST. We stiii have nearly everything desired. All wool silk wraps, 38-mch hauriettas sold for 81, at 75 eis; all wool silk finish, 4C-iuch heuriettas, sold for 81. sold at 75 cts.; all wool 46-inch henrietta. sold for S5 cts. uow o^eis.. all wool 38-inch henrietlus, sold for 50 cts. uow 37A cts.; all wool 38-inch henriettas. sold tor 37 J cts. now 25 cu IN CLOAKS _^^rt_ nave a full itic of plush wraps, modjeskas. uewmarkets, and jackets, md we can *ave you t!ie profits Othi r j ouses are making. IN STAPLE GOODS WE HAVE Fruit of the loom, bleach, 8J cts Lonsdale, bleach, SA cts. Lonsdale, cambric. L * cts. Wamrr>??utta, bleach, 11 cts. New York mills, 11 cts. Pride of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 16 January 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. (DAILY AND WEEKLY) An independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political interests of Roanoke and Southwest Virginia. ?SUBSCRIPTION RATE Dairy, one year. 56.OU " Daily, six months. S.00 j .^Dai.y, three months. 1.50, Dahv, one month.r ?Oj Veekly.* LOO Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv o/y, fifteen cents a "week, fifty cents a month, j nd six dollars a year. JgAdvertlsing rates furnished on applies-1 ion at the office. ! For marriage and death notices, of ordi , nary length, 50 cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No attention given to anon3Tnous corre? spondence, and rejected communications not returned by mail uniess postage is sent for that purpose. I Everv other dav insertions will be eharged > x the d?me as every dav insertions, less 201 ?fi__*-eent-.: twice a week". 40 per cent.; once B week. 50 por cent. i Letters containing important news solic? ited. Contracts for advertising ap...

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