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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 October 1895

DEATH OF LINCOLN. NOAH BRCO <S| RECOLLECTIONS Or THE GREAT TRAGEDY. Tho President Did Not Want to Go to Uio Theater, bat Would Not Disappoint tho . Public?A Sorrowing People Under a Weeping Sky That April Mnriiluc. Tho afternoon and evening of April 14, 1S?5, wcro cold, raw and gusty. Dark clouds enveloped tho capital, and tho air was chilly, with occasional show? ers. Late in tho afternoon Hilled an ap? pointment by calling on the president at tho White House, and was told by him that ho "had had a notion" of sending for me to go to tho theater that evening with him und Mrs. Lincoln, but ho add? ed that Mrs. Lincoln had already mado up a party to fctko tho place of General otid Mrs. Grant, who had .somewhat un? expectedly left tho city for Burlington, N. ,1. The party was originally planned for tho purpose of taking General and Mrs. Grant to see "Our American Cous? in" at Ford's theater, and when Grant had decided to leave Washington he (tho president) had "felt inclined...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 22 October 1895

$ ^ <i We Are Too Busy To Mention Onr Bargains, ? Sampie Shoes Onr Specialty Roanoke Shoe Co. No. 13 S. Joffornoii St. V. J. BUKT, Mauagcr. -the tails Steal Dfb Works, J. A. DEVON, Proprietor, Is tho only reliable Dyeing and Scouring establishment iu the South? west. All others advertised as steam dye works are lakes. He ware, lie auro. to send tor us. Ladies' and gent's <joods dyed and cloaued to perfection. i<:<.?ic.s; Sailor Hats Dyed Black to look now. Don't forget onr number, 110 CAMPBELL ST., 'Phono 229. Roanoke, Va. f Q o, South side Market Square, Invites your attention to his tnll aud complete lim.1 ot Groceries, Provisions, Confectioneries, Country Produce and Mill Feed. -Also a complete line of BOO TS AND SHOES. low riuc'ES foil cash. POULTRY NETTING. 8 " HAMMOCKS. FISHES TACKLE BARB WIRE. GARDEN SEEDS. 83?"" Sole agouti tor the sa'.iot Genuine Oliver i'lows und Heusers. L LBE?.T%^ EVANS BROS. Don't torget, we Ua-.-c moved to 22...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 October 1895

VOL. XIV.-No. 338. PKICE THICBH OISNIS. ROANOKE, VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 23 1895. FDIAT.f ^SSFASIP ???M TB1EOBAU8. ALL IHK NB WS O? THK ftOKL?, PIBK AVE AT HEB. Forecast for Virginia: Generally fair; coldor nortlierly wind? Wednes? day, probably coldor and fair Thursday. ItPays To patroii'ze a Particular Prompt and Progressiva Firm. Hoanoie Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Oouimerco St. and Franklin Road. J. E. OOLLINGWOOD,-Manager. - 'Phone 228. IN OUR ARTIST DEPARTMENT We can save you money. OYSTERS CATDGNI'S RESTAURANT Ilaviu^ employed one of Norfolk's best cooks, we me piepared to serve the public with the best oysters that was ever served in the city. Special Invitation to Ladies: We have two separate Din ins Parlors, and the politest attention in the city. ?Oysters Received Fresh Every Day PRETTY FINGERS! IF YOU Wisn TO POSSESS BEAUTI? FUL HANDS AND F1INOBHS A MANI? CURE OUTFIT IS AN ABSOLUTE NE? CESSITY. COME AND SEE OU1{ ASSORTMENT IN THIS LINE. MANICURE SCISSORS, JUST...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 October 1895

J. H. Bear has returned from a busi noB8 trip to Harrlsonburg. J. \V. Harvoycuttor, has returned from a business trip to Birmingham, Ala. L F. Malllscde is in Greenville, Tenn., his old homo, visiting relatives. Mr and Mrs. Jas. Chalmers have re? turned from attending the Atlanta Ex? position. The LadieB1 Aid Society of tho Pres? byterian Church realized about S25 from their dinner court day. MiBB Mattie Taylor returned yesterday to Hollins Institute after spending sev? eral days with her parents. Clyde Beerbowor, who fell from an apple treo Saturday afternoon, is im? proving and considered out oidanger. P O. Paintor.of Dublin, Cearth county, Texas, who has been visiting in this vicinity, has secured a sohool at Lirger. Mrs. BeBsle M. Oton has organized a class in elocution at Roanoke College and will give the first lesson on Monday next The Watson Manufacturing Company of this place has just finished putting up the 20,000 gallon tank for thu Holstein mills. E. M. Worden has gono No...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 October 1895

At Our Bargains in state. ^A-acro farm 1 mllo oast of Salem, 5 miles ? V east01 Koanokoon electric car Hue, 4 room dwcll'ng, Rtnblc, and all necessary outbuildings, line orchard This is u Uuo gardon larm; $3,000, one-third cash. 7*->-acro farm 6 miles cast of Hoaroke, 4 room ?J farm dwelling, I stall stable and baru, 60 acre6 In cultivation, balance In timber, about 8 acre? lu bottom; price $300, one-third cash, bal? ance 1 and 2 years. A] C-acrci farm on staunton Hiver, 30 mllos rl?7o4st of Lynchbarg, on Durham and Lyuchtrarg railroad. 10(? acres river bottom, bal uiice level table lands, 100 acres timber, 0 room Inrai dwelling, stable, barn, torn cribs, farm Is wo,i watered, 1 mite from depot. This farm sold a few yoara ago for $12,000 cash; can be bought for $5.6W on xood terms /' i i-acro farm 4 miles west of Itoanoke, (i room \>\f dwelling, largo barn, corn crib and other outbuildings; land lays level and it In good con? dition. Price {ISO per acre; terais...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 October 1895

THE TIMES. ? VKKY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., Publlsbors and Proprietors, TIMES BUILDING, 123 OAMPBBLL AVENUE 8. W. TERMS BY MAIL (PostEge Prepaid), Dally, one month . . . ? * ? three months.J-Jg " sis monthB.o.w *' one year. In advance .... 6.UU unday Edition, one year . . LOO Tn? Timbb 1e a memoer ot the Associated Press?the greatest news-collecting association in the world?and receives over a special wire the tall telegraphic news service ol the Associated pre?8?tho ei?mo news from all over the United States and the world that is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dailies ol New Yora, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. OCTOBER. 8 M T W T F S 1 ?340 O 7 8 9 lO 11 1? 1? 14 10 16] 17 18 1U 20 21 2? S3 24 20 20 27 28 2? 30 31 CITIZENS' TICKET. For The Senate, M. H. CLAYTOR, Of Roanoke County. For The House of Delegates, B. A. JONES, Of Roanoke City. J. L. HANNAH, Of Roanoke County. To the Voters of the Fourth Senatorial District anil tho Election District for House ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 October 1895

AL SALE ?OK? LADIES' ?ND MISSIS' Is Now Going on at Unprece? dented Low Prices ?AT? 28 Salem Avenue S. W. Oar stock of Ladles' and, Children's Triinined and Un? til mined Hats has been con ceded by the Ladies to be the cost stylish, of any In the city. Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report Absolutekv pure News of People and Events. Happenings Briefly and Reliably Put Before You. Annual Bop. It is hoped that all friends of tho Roa noko Library will remember that the annual hop will be given on Friday night, October 25, at Hotel Roanoko. Marriage Lfccuiioa Issued. Tho clerk cf the court issued marriago lioonsee yesterday to tho following par lien, s\U of this city: Knmott Ash worth and Hattio K Murro'l; Henry A. Wash? ington and Miss Illancho Lawson. Sellins; Liquor Without License. Olllcers Qriffln and Austin arresird R. L, Sigmon, of Pig river, Franklin county, yesterday on tho chargo of retailing mountain liquor on the streets without a license. Sigmon confes...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 October 1895

From early child? hood until I was1 grown my family i spent a fortune trying tocure rue' 1 of this disease. I visited Hot Springs and was treated by the best medical , men, but was not benefited. When a'd things had ff?B*flB?f:1?ed I de-< 1 tcrmincd to fe> K I B 68H try S.S.S. and in four I fl I %$t If I months was' entirely cured. The terrible eczema' was gone, not a sign of it left. My general health built up, and I have never had any return of thcjh'sjease. I have often 1 recommond etl S.S.S. and have uever _ yet kuown a failure to cure. GISO. ST. IRWIN. Irwin, Pn. Novor fails to cure, oven whan all other ' remedies have. Our treatise on hloiul and I skin diseases mailed _ " froo to any address. SWU-T SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Gl. ?VTICK FARM 100 AO It KS ONK MILK 11 from Thaxtonti, in Bedford comity; dwelling with 8 rooms, in lluo location, cood orchard, convenient to depot, church and schools?one of the best bargains wo ire Ottering. Palcc $1,600. Terms very ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 October 1895

GOOD FOR EVERYBODY Almost everybody takes some laxative medicine to cleanse the system and keep the Mood pure. Those who take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR (liquid or powder) get all the benefits of a mild and pleasant laxative and tonic that purities the blood and strengthens the whole system. And more than this: SlAVMONS LIVER REGU? LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active and healthy, and when the Liver is in good condition you lind yourself free from Malaria, Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache and Constipation, and rid of that worn out and debilitated feeling, These are all caused by a sluggish Liver Good digestion and freedom from stomach troubles will only be had when the liver is properly at work. If troubled with any of these complaints, trv SIMMONS LiVEU REGULATOR. The King of Liver Medi dnes, and Better than Rills. ? 11VK11V PAOKAGE-fSS Has; tho 'A Staust,) in rod on wrapper. J. H. Xoilin & Co., Philn., Pa. QUEER LANGUAGE. The "Camunor Tongue" or a Wild l&...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 23 October 1895

7 r ? We Are Too Busy To Mention Oar Bargains. Sample Shoes Our Specialty, Roanoke Shoe Co. Nu. 13 S. Jefferson St. V. J. lll'KT, Manager. -the Mile Steal Ore works, J. A. DEVON, Proprietor, is the only reliable Dyeing aud Scouring establishment iu the South? west. All others advertised as steam dyo works are lakes. Beware. Be sure to send tor us. Ladies' aud yeut's jjoods dyed aud cleaucd to perfection. Ladies' Sailor Hats Dyed Black to look new. Dou't forget our number, 110 CAMPBELL ST., ,Phone 229. Roanoke, Va. C. B. MEADOR'S, South side Market Square, invitee your attention to his full aud complete line ot Groceries, Provisions, Confectioneries, Country Produce and Mill Feed. -Also a complete line ot BOOTS AND SHOES. LOW PRICES VOU CASH. NETTING. HAMMOCKS. FISHifti? TACKLE BARB WEBE. GARDEN SEEDS. XWT Sole agent I lor the salo ot Genuluo Oliver flows and Reapers. E. L. BELL, xbf^k E'JANS BROS. Don't forget, we have movad to 98 Campbell ntreot. The Best Photographs. Where to Get ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 October 1895

VOX.. XIV.?No. 310 VKIOK TUBES CUNTS. ROANOKE, VA., THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 24, 1895. ??I^ ASSOmATBD PRESS TBUEOBAUB. AXI. IHJB NEWS OW IH1 WOBtD. PTBK WKATHKK. Forecast for Virginia: Fair, north? erly wlbdi; slight changes in temper? ature. Ecofloiical? ? syyt^a^sajsajaay People are the best customers. ScanonO Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce St. and Franklin Boad. J. E. COIililNQWOOD. - - Manager. - 'Phone 328. IN OUR ARTIST DEPARTMENT We can save you money. OYSTERS CATCGNI'S RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's best cooks, we are ptepared to serve the public with the best oysters tbat was ever served in the city. Invitation to Ladies: We have two separate Din? ing Parlors, and the politest attention in the city. 'Oysters Received Fresh Every Day. PRETTY FINGERS! IP YOU WI3H TO POSSESS BEAUTI? FUL HANDS AND F1NUBHS A MANI? CURE OUTFIT IS AN ABSOLUTE NE? CESSITY. COME AND SEE OUU ASSORTMENT IN THIS LINE. MANICURE SCISSORS, JUST THE RIGHT SIZE AND SHAPE, 50c. EXKXIBI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 October 1895

TO YO?^G Wffl T., B SEI Wo Offer o Romeny KV^IJro Jk" Which InsurvsSufc ? U BP ^wfS tv to Lire of Mother 5 Itf P^lSQ/ ana Child. "MOTHERS' FRIEND" ROBS CONFINEMENT OF ITS PAIN, HORROR AND RISK. "My wife used only two bottles. Sho was easily ami Quickly relieved! is now doing splendidly.? j. s. Morton, Barlow, N. c. Sent by express or moll, on receipt of nrlco, Sl .OO per bottle. Uou* "to mothers1' moiled free. brad kiel i) regulator co.. ATLANTA. GA. ?OLI? by ALL IUtlUGlBTS. ? ? Glen Jordan, of Pulaski, entered col? lege yesterday. Walter J. Briggs, of Elllston, was In Salem yesterday. Good stock of Golf Caps for men and boys at W. E. Brown's. Tbera was no business transacted In tbe county court yesterday. Judge Blair left yesterday for Fin castle to open circuit court. John S. McCauley, of Philadelphia, is registered at Hotel Duval. F. G. Webber, of Norfolk, is in Salem visiting his father, C. M. Webbor. J. R. C. Brown has gone North to "lay in" a handsome stock of winter goodB. L....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 October 1895

NICE FARM 100 ACRES ONE MILE from Tbaxtons, in Bedford county; dwelling with 8 rooms, In line location, good orchard, convenient to depot, chnrch and echools?one of the best bargains we are offoring. Pjtce 11,500. Terms very easy, Kj AC ?KS OK TUB ?BST BOTTOM ' trucking land in Roanoke county, thrco miles from Roanoke city. All ot the land In clover. Price $S0 per sue. (?ABM OP 3,300 ACRB3 IN SOUTH V west Virginia, on Roanoke rlvor. Fif? teen acres ot lino farming land, btlance in timber, 10 room dwelling and all build? ings nocessarv. Fno grazing and farm? ing lauds. Price $19.50 per acre. Will sell in Binaller tracts it desired. /f-HOOM HOUSE IN ONB BLOCK OF '> the new nubile hulldlng. Sold for $4,500 Price {750; $50 cash, balanco $10 Vor month. N ICS 7-ROOM UO?SB IN BAST Roanoke. Frlce $800. On easy terms. IJROPERTY 70x188 FEET. WITH . three bouse. In good location. Sold for $3,600. Price $760. w E HAVE SOME GOOD HOUSES to rent. WB REPRESENT THE BEST LINE ot Fire, Life...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 October 1895

THE TIMES. B fBKY MORNING, KXCBPT MONDAY HOANOKB PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMKS BUILDING, 1SJ OAMPBKLL AVBNUB 8. W. T Jilt Ms BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), 3) airy, one month.? ?JJ three months.MS " stx months.MS euc year, In advance .... o.uu unday Bdltlon. one year .... LUU Th? Timbs Is ? memner ot the Associated Fress-the greatest nows-collecttng association in the world?and receives over a special wire the toll telegraphic now* servlco ol the Associated Press?tho samo nows from all over the united States and the wcrld that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies of New Yor?, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. OCTOBER. S M T l 0 7 8 13 14 IB SO 21 ?2 27 28 20 W T F S 2 3 4 5 0 IO 11 12 IG; 17 18 10 23 24 25 20 30 31 CITIZENS' TICKET. For The Senate, M. H. OLAYTOR, Of Roanoko County. For The House of Delegates, B. A. JONES, Of Roanoko City. J. L. HANNAH, Of Roanoke County. To tbe Voters of the Fourth Senatorial District and tho Election District Tor House of D...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 October 1895

SPECIAL SALE ?OF? LADIES' AND MISSIS' Is Now Going on at Unprece? dented Low Prices ?AT? Ii!? Sol 26 Salem Avenue S. W. A Oar f u.y^c of Ladles' and Childr-V-.- Triuanied and Un trimin <i Ha'S has been con? ceded by t ? Ladies to ba the most sty i -: of any In ihe city. Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. Gov*t Report Local Bits. News of People and Events Happenings Briefly and Reliably Put Before You. Beglster at Once. Liavo you registered yet? It not you had better attend to this duty to? day; to-morrow you may forget it. In the Flrat ward you will find tho registrar, 0. D. De.rr, at Rob? erts' Btoro, corner Commerco and Camp boll strcota, opposite tho courthouse; Second ward, Leo H.- Simmons, regis? trar, at 17 Campbell avo.; Third ward, J. L Kelley, registrar, at 112 Common woalth avo..after G o'clock p. m., works in the Norfolk and Western ofllces; Fourth ward, Edward White, registrar, at 108 South Jefferson street; Fifth ward, M. P. Scott, registrar, at ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 October 1895

B. NYE'S NEW REAPER tWl ARRANGES A BRIEF GUT OF LES? SONS FOR BEGINNERS. lu Which Farming In DallghtCnllj Com blned With tho Uo?t Literature?Twelve) Object Lessons Which Teach n ttrcit Deal About tho Subject In Hand. [Copyright, 1ST?. by Edgar W. Kyo. 1 Much has becu said of the glad, free lifo of the farmer, und yet there are muny who aro interested iu those wlio bare any in format iou to shod, and who wood shod it on tho roador. For this reason I have arranged abrief set of reading lessons for beginners, combining lectnriug and farm lift*, for I have always claimed that farming, un? less combined with literature and lectur? ing, is not profitable. Many claim that farmers do not show so much intelligence ns men iu other walks of life. This 1 regard as u personal iusnlt. I claim also that there are fewer gamblers and roues among farmers than in Paris or New York. A farmer oa Alouday morniug, with tho hemorrhages from his Sabbath shave all assuaged, is to mo a restful sight. Ho might...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 October 1895

SifSKLY GHILM1EN girive and grow fat on Scott's Emulsion of Cod liver Oil. aud Hyp?ph?s ttfiites when all oilier food fails to nourish them. It is the easy fat food for infants and children. Many children have been kept alive on it for days lnr rubbing it on their bodies and absorbing it in this way. It is not a new remed3r, but its great nourishing powers arc continually coming to light. The Hy pophospliil.es add to the value of the Oil. Jiairi he iHr-fumUil to <urt ?i ft $uh*HM? ' Scott & Bo-A-nr, 14. V. Ml Drugrists. 50c. and $1. LINCOLN'S LOVEMAKING. At;o Encountered Ilia Political Rival Whllo Addressing Miss Tod f.. In 1R:j? Miss Mary Todd of Kentucky arrived in Springfield t<> visit a married sister, Mrs. Edwards. At tho instance, of Iiis friend Speed, who was also a Keutnckktn, Lincoln becamo a visitor at tho Edwards', and bcforoloug it was apparent to the observant among those in Springfield that tho lively young lady held hin: ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 24 October 1895

( T\f\ You need b pair ot UDOD uyj Shoes tor yourself or chil? dren * Would YOU like to purchase your siioKS tor less then Wbolb 8alk Cost ? Have von seen our llnoof SAM? PLE SHOES? TliSY A KB DANDIES. Do you need a Trunk to put your -ammcr wear in this winter? Qlvo us a call when In need of anything in our line. Very truly yonrs, Roanoke Shoe Co,, No. 11 S. Jeffersou St. i". J. Hurt, Manager. ) -THE tauie Steal Dye Witt, J. A. DEVON, Proprietor Is the only reliable Dyeing aud Scouring establishment in the South we?t. All others advertised as steam dyo works are lakes. Beware. Be sure to seud for us. Ladies' and gent's goods dyed aud cleaned to perfection. Ladies' Sailor Hats Dyed Blcck to look new. Don't forget our number, 110 CAMPBELL ST., 'Phone 229. Roanoke, Va. C. B. MEAOOR'S, South side Market Square, Invites yonr attention to his full and complete line of Groceries, Provisions, Confectioneries, Country Produce and Miil Feed. -Also a complete line of BOOTS AND SHOES. LOW PRICE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 October 1895

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIME VOX. XIV.-No. 337 l'KI OB THHKH OtSMTH. ROANOKE, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 25, 1895. A1VE. *UJB NEWS OIT THE ftOIII.l" PTUE WK ATHBR. Forecast for Vlrelnla: Fair, warmer minth to WOSt winds. The Good Work AaftOMtaiineif ?? Is still going on and we are putting roofs in condition to stand the rough weather when it comes. Roanofca Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Oommetoe Nt. and Franklin Komi. J. B. OOLL.IN?WOOD, - - Manager. - 'Phone 228. Pearly White Teeth ! Yon con obtain and rotaln thcee by using rRAGRANT ZOLINE. It cleanpes nnd whitens the teekb, hardens tbo gums? giving tbcm tbat eonifortuMc rc<.'.in:r go bard to obtain. 25 CENTS. CATGGNI'S restaurant Having employed one of Norfolk's best cooks, we are piepared to serve the public with the beat oysters that was ever served iu the city. Special Invitation to Ladies: We have two separate Din iu"; Parlors, and the politest attention hi the city. Oysters Received Fresh Every Day. PRETTY FINGERS! IF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 October 1895

S?LEHWS Verner Tompkins will return to Nor? folk to-night. B. Julian Cox haB roturnod from a viele to Giles county. Maj. J. C. Green, of Wytheville, is in Salem on legal business. J. B. Townos, a commercial travoling man, is sick at Hotel Salem. Mrs. J. C. Stras, of Roanoke, was in Salem yesterday visiting friends. Mrs. A. J. Bowors and family have returned to their home in South Caro Una. W. S. Langdon, of the Mineral Fiber Company, baa just returned from New York. Jos. Strickler bad an apple butter boiling last night at bis home on Mar? ket street. Walter Watson, of Massachusetts, has returned to Salem, and will shortly pur? chase property here. L. P. Hartigan will return to Wash? ington to night after spending several days with his family. Tho two daughters and Bon. Clifford, of F. G. Webber, who have boon quite Bick for some time, are reported as being much improved. W. T. Watkins, who has for some time been living on the farm of G. W. Hansbrough, west of Silem, moved recently t...

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