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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 27 October 1895

CAircVHT WITH GOLD. BUT THE MAN EATING SHARK TOOK S4?.000 OF THE GAIT. Tin- Gx'-nivor'M Story <>r an Adventure III thu "Great Oayit"?Silence Smeared Itaolf All Over tlte Veranda at tho Completion or Iii?. Yam. "I suppose," quoth James T. Qaulin of Winchester, Mass., who was sitting on tho hotel veranda, "that I hud tho honor of killing tho most valuable fish tlint uvor swain tho was. I did it single handed too. I avor that this fish was worth more at tho timoof its death thou ill" (luost sperm whale that was ever liurpooued, although wo should really leavo whales nut of tin- (motion when speaking of fish. It was .'50 yours ago, and I was young and foolish enough to 1"> :i (loop son divor. Our diving schooner and crow had boon sent to Cuba to try to recover some stuff from a Spanish boat that had foundered off tho const of Cuba, just whore I don't now recollect. It was quite a long trip for us, and as I ho employment of a diving outfit was an expensive thing in those days th...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 27 October 1895

T)[\ You need a pair of U3?D **V Shoss for yoarselt or ctiil dronf Would YOU like to purchase your SHOES lor less then Wb.oi.k sale Cost ? Have von seen our ttuoot SAM? PLE SHOES? THEY A EE DANDIES. Do you noed a Trunk to pet your summer wear In thts winter? Give us a call whonlunceil ct anything in our line. Very truly yonrs, Roanoke Shoe Co., No. 11 S. Jefferson St. F. J. Uurt. Manager. -THE Mdruoko Steam Dye Works, J. A. DEVON, Proprietor, Is the only reliable Dyeing and Scouring establishment in the {South? west. All others advertised a3 steam dyo works are lakes. Beware, lie sure to scud for us. Ladies' and gent's goods dyed and cleaned to perfection. Ladies' Sailor Hats Dyed Black to look new. Don't formet our number, 110 CAMPBELL ST.,.. 'Phone 229. Roanoke, Va. C. B. MEADOR'S, South side Market Square, Invites your attention to his frill and complete line ot Groceries, Provisions, Confectioneries, Country Produce and Mill Feed. -Also a complete Hue ot BOOTS AND SHOES. LOW PRI...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 29 October 1895

DAILY vol. xiv.?No. :i:io. l'IUUK THKEB OKMX8. ROANOKE, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 20, 1895. ?CLL ASSOOIAIBD pkbs8 tj5ukokam8. am, the NKWS O? tiik ?ORi.n. PTHE WEATHUB. Forecast for Virginia: Colder; fiilr weather; northerly tvimls. Any strncture shelter? ing hamau life needs a thoroughly reliable roof. Wo Are Roofers! Hoanoke Roofing and Metal Gornico Co., Commerce 8t. and Franklin Koad. J. R. COLLINGWOOD,-Manager. - 'Phone 228. W? Arc ? Illing to Knill Our Coufstl Medicine Trade liy s*.'iili?tc Everybody ? Chest Protector. CATOGNI'S RESTAIMNT Having employed one of Norfolk's best cooks, we are 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? ing Parlors, and the politest atlcntiou in the city. Oysters Received Fresh Every Day. PRETTY FINGERS! IK YOU WISH TO POSSESS BEAUTI? FUL HANDS AND FlMiEKS A MANI? CURE OUTFIT IS AN AUSDEUTE NE. CESSITY. COME AND SEE OUII ASSORTMENT IN THIS LINE. MA...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 29 October 1895

DELICATE WOMEN Should Uso BRADFIELD'S ulator It Is i? rupcrb Tontc nn<l exerts n won '".t-rfui Influence In itrenirthenlngnorsrstem bv driving tlir.nii.li the proper clinmiel nil In?; purities. I ic-nith niui utrengtb uro guaranteed lo result from Its use. Mv wife wok ticclii.lilon for clKlitoc-n months, ?fior using ilriiiHi?-!?!'? Female Kvmiiii tor for two month*. >> eettliiK well. J. M. johnson, Malvern, Ark. Ibradfield regulator co., Atlanta, ua.[ Sold by nil Druggists cit fl.OO p.-r !>.>ttle. #TTtTTTTTTTTTTtTTTTTTTTTT8 L. W. Langhorno has returned from a ?visit to Arkansas. J. H. Benninp;, of Roanoko, was in Sa? lem yesterday on business. Rev. H. H. Kenneday commenced a revival at tbe West Salem Chapel last night. Mrs. Philip .leed will loavo to-day for Houston, Tex33, and will remain all winter. W. E Brown is moving from the Bsr nett property to tho old Brown property ! on Main street. A number of Salemites attended the Dunkard meeting in Bototourt county Saturd...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 29 October 1895

PROFESSIONAL. JOEL Ii. CUTOHIN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Offices-Rooms 1 and 2, WX Campbell streot, Roanoke, Virginia. Practices In tho city ot Hoanoko and adjoining counties. Deeds and wills carefully prepared, ritlos.examined. Acknowledgements ami depo? sitions taken. Collectlone promptly made and remitted. Commercial business solicited. 5 14 H O. h akd? way. AHOHEIt l. 1'AYNK. A1UJAWAY & PAYNE, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Rooms No3. 4 and 6 Kirk Building, Roaaoko, Va. D. S. GOOD, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Roanoke, Va. Room No. 14, Now Kirk Building, op? posite Kenny's tea store, SGriffin, Wm. A. ?las?ow, Jb., a Bedford City, Va. Roanoke, Va. GRIFFIN A GLASGOW, Attorney8~at-law, rooms 611. 612 and 614 Torry building, Roanoke, Va. Prao tioe in courts of Roanoke city and county and adjoining counties. j. allkn watts. wm. gordon robertson EDWARD w. robebt80n. atts, robertson A robertson, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Room 601-2-4-, Terry Building. EVBRBTT PERKINS, Attornoy-at-law and Commissioner in Chancery, Lock box...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 29 October 1895

THE TIMES. KfBKY MORNING, BXCKPT MONDAY UOANOK? PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMBS BUILDING, 193 OAMPBBLL AVJ5N?K 8. W. TS It ms BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month. *,??! *? threo months. " six months. ???}*! ** ene year, in advance .... r>.UJ nnday Edition, one year .... LlM Tbb Timbs Is a memoer ot the Associated pross_the greatest nows-collectlnp; association In the world?and receives over a special wire the tall telegraphic news servlco of the Associated Prws?tho snmo nows from all over the United Btates and the world that Is slmnltsnconsly re? ceived by the great dallloaot New Yors, Philadel? phia and Baltimore OCTOBER. S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 B O 7 ? 1) lO 11 18 13 14 15 16] 17 18 1? 80 ?1 ?3 23 ?4 ?0 ?0 ?7 28 89 30 31 citizens' ticket. For The Senate, M. H. GLAYTOR, Of Roanoke County. For The House of Delegates, B. A. JONES. Of Roanoke City. J. L. HANNAH, Of Roanoko County. To the Voters of the Fourth Senatorial District nnd tho Election District for ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 29 October 1895

Our Sale of Diess Goods Commences Monday. Alien We Will Offer Special Prices. Our shelves are laden with all the newest fabrics, consist? ing of Mohairs, plain and fancy, Boucles, Crepons, Broadcloths, Henriettas, Serges, and a dozen other weaves. Our prices are the lowest, considering the quality of the gGods. IHEsst* Agents for the cele? brated Go:d Medal BLACK DRESS GOODS. Every yard sold of these goods are guaranteed, SILKS FOR WAISTS SILKS FOR TRIMMINGS. Such an array of patterns, and at prices way below the market value. Silkriat 402, 50c, 75c, 85c and $1 per yatd. Cannot be bought elsewhere at less than 25 per cent, above these prices. Satin Duchess, Poi de Soi, Failles, Gros Grains, Safin Rfiadamas, In all qualities, from 75c a yard up. Jackets and Capes. Our success in this depart? ment has been phenomenal. It is a universal opinion that we have the correct garments as to FIT, QUALITY AND PRICE Our $6 50 and $10 PLUSH I CAPES, trimmed with the ! best far, with beads and bra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 29 October 1895

5? Little Doctors J3ook tells about j And jonic Pellets. ? Only Modern Cure 5 ^ for Constipation, Biliousness and S Liver Troubles. Free uc uuy store. <w For sale';by Charles Lyle Drug Co. VraDR??" Meli Eaclly, Qulc!t!y, Permanently Reatorsd. Debility, and all the trat? YHLjRftXol I'?'??' early errors o? /"'vi^l later eiceases, the results of W'iLToverwork, sickness, worry, M>y etc. Full Htrength, deveU k . opniuul iin.l tuiieiflvento irfr^W^evcry ? rifun und portion I '^TVV of th. .ly. .Simple, nau fnv/mi I M'l// ate Improvement Been. Failnro Impossible. 2,0X1 references. Book, ?uplenntlou and proofs mailed tsealea) ?r??e. ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo. P, Cushmans MENTHOL INHALER <rSft Cures nil troubles of the -^\8/Ji>4 I lend uiul Tli runt. ?fiHfe catarrh, headache, Ft'l \' W?* ' fr NEURALGIA, LaGRIPPE. TP will cure a? b. <!vSjv,^ 11""'??? effects ? 0 /^VP^r Willi CD UK. ~< ENDORSED ft, ~~-J gl.!.*,/ iiifiic-i incillcnl HBADAOHB Suffer er*. BrlnRS Sleep In I be Sle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 29 October 1895

only one useful lung. The eonsuinptive should not despair. Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil with Hypophosphites of Lime and Soda strength? ens the vital organs and supplies healthy tissue to take the place of tissue that is diseased. Give the eonsuinptive good care and Scott's Emulsion. You will be surprised to find how quickly this treatment brings relief. Scott & Bowno, N. Y. All Druggists. 60c. and $1. RICH COSTUMES. tVhlto Ttlohnir and lUnck Sntln?Decline of tin- Moime. Pompadour broctulcs will Im much worn for evening (Towns this winter, combined With luce, uliiiTon and velvet. Tho blouse is beginning to decline, so it is said, but it will probably die hard and take a long time doing so. Tho blouse, has proved so convenient, becoming and comparatively inexpensive that nobody waiiis to see ii go except modistes and mnnufaoturorswbo.se interest lies in gut? ting u]) something m w continually. Among the materials and combinations of tho moment white mohair or alpaca and BALL ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 29 October 1895

T\(\ You need II piir of GDlM) ?L"J Sho-s for yourself or clill dreu 1 Would Y'OU like to purchase yonr SHOES for ies, then Whole sale Cost ? Have von seen our line ot SAM? PLE Sil OES? THBY AUK DANDIES. Do you need a 'I runk lo pot your ar.mmrr wear !u this winter? Give us a call whan In need of anything in our line. Very truly jours, Roanoke Shoe Co., No. 11 S. Jefferson st. P. J. Hurt, Manager. NEW HOUSE! Market Square Furniture Co, DEALERS IN FURNITUR Have Just Received a New stock of Coo.is Consisting of Latest Styles of Furniture, Car? pets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Cur? tains, Queensware,Glassware, Lamps, Cutlery, &c We Sell at Lowest Prices. Be not deceived, hat cal while on MARKET aud examine our slock. Market Square Furniture Co., liartsook Building. MurUet Square. THE Hoanoke Steam Dye Works, J. A. DEVON, Proprietor, Is the only reliable liyein^ and Scouring establishment in the South? west. Ail others advertised its Btenin dye works are hikes. Beware. Be sure to send for us...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 30 October 1895

ROANOKE TIMES. VOl. XIV.?No. 331. PKHJU IHKUH ?BKI8. ROANOKE, VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30. 189* FC 1,1, ABBOOIATien ' ? ?TUB WKATMKK. Forecast for Vlrtrlnl?: Ifalr; north i orly winds; Mtiitloumy temperature. And are pradt nt. Some do not, and neglect hav? ing n , repair their roof before the damage is done. Roanofce Roofing and Hetal Cornice Co., Commerce St. and Frankllu Kond. J. R. COLLINGWOOD,-Manager. - 'Phone 328. IV? Are ? i111 iik to Hiiin Our CoiikIi Medicine Trade by belling Everybody n Chest Protector. CATDGNI'S RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's best cooks, we are 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? ing Parlors, and the politest attention in the city. Oysters Received Fresh Every Day. PRETTY FINGERS! " IF YOU WISH TO POSSESS BEAUTI? FUL. HANDS AND Fi Ml BKS A MANI CUKE OUTFIT IS AN ABSOLUTE NE? CESSITY, coil E AND SEE OUK ASSORTMENT JN THIS LINE. MANIU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 30 October 1895

BEFORE I could get relief from a most hor? rible blood dis? ease I had spent hundreds of dollars trying various remedies and physi? cians? none of which did me any good.' My finger nails came off and my hair came out, leaving me perfectly bald. I then went to Hoping to be cured by this celebrated treatment, but very soon became disgusted and decided to try S.S.S. The etfect was truly wonderful. 1 commenced to recover at once, and after I bad taken twelve bot? tles I wasentirely cured?cured by S.S.S. when the world renowned Hot Springs had failed. Wm. S. Loomis, Shreveport, La.^SS^ Our Boole on the Disease an .1 its Trf aiment maile.l free'.to an; Address. SWIFT seiiClFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ca. MrB. Susan Simmons is visiting rela? tives in Staunton. S A. Cox left yesterday morning for Chilhovue on business. Capt. M. M Rogers, of Roanoke, was in Salem yoBterday on business. J. W. F. Allemong is in Harrisonburg on business of the Salem Improvement Company. J. A. Francis ia distributing tho ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 30 October 1895

PROFESSIONAL JOEL H. CUTCIIIN, ATIORNEY-AT-LAW. Offices -Rooms 1 and 2, 19* Campbell street, Roanoke, Virginia. Practices In tho olty of Koanoko and adjoining ?mutlos. Deeds and wills carolully prepared. Titles examined. Acknowledgements and depo? sitions taken. Collections promptly inadu and remitic'i. Commercial business solicited. M4 W. (). UAUDAWAY. ABOHRB L. PAYNRi AR DA WAY & PAYNE, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Rooms Nos. 4 and 6 Kirk Building, Roanoke, Vs. d. S. GOOD, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Roanoke, Va. Room No. 14, New Kirk Building, op* poslto Kenny's tea store, SGriffin, Wm. A. Glasgow, Jh., ? Bedford City, Va. Roanoke, Va. GRIPPIN & GLASGOW, Attornoys-at-law, rooms 611, 612 and 614 Torry building, Roanoke, Va. Prao tloe in courts of Roanoke olty and oounty and adjoining counties. j. ALLKN WATTS. WM. GORDON hobkbtson KD WARD W. HOBKBTSON. "^^ATTS, ROBERTSON A ROBKRTSON, ATTORNEY3-AT LAW, Room G01-2-4-, Terry Building. EVERETT PERKINS, Attornoy-at-law and Commissioner in Chancery, L...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 30 October 1895

I HE TIMES, B/BHY MOKNIN?, BXCBPT MONDAY ROANOKE PUBLISHING OO., - Publishers and Proprietors, TlttKS HUILDINQ, 1? CAMPBELL AVBN?B 8. W. TERMS hY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, occ month . ? ? ? ? *V?n " three months. ?-*u, " six months. ??}? *? one yenr, in advance .... b.u.i anday Bdltlon, one year .... i.uj Tbk Timbs Is a mem Der ot the Associated Press?the greatest news-collecting association In the world?and receives over a special wire the foil telegraphic newe service or the Associated Press?tho sumo news from all over tho United Statesand the world that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dulllos ot New Yor?, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. OCTOBER. 8 M T W T F 8 1 8 3 4 5 ?7? ? io it ia 13 14 as ie; 17 is io ao si as as 84 as xe 87 88 a? 30 31 CITIZENS' TICKET. For The Senate, M. H. OLA.YTOR, OfRoanoke County. Fob The IIoupe of Delegates, B. A. JONES, Of Roanoke City. J. L. HANNAH, Of Roanoko County. To the Voters of the Fourth Senatorial District and the Election Distr...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 30 October 1895

GOODS! Our Sale of Dress Goods ?hen We Will Offer Special Prices. Our shelves are laden with all the newest fabrics, consist? ing of Mohairs, plain and fancy, Boucles, Crepons, Broadcloths, Henriettas, Serges, and a dozen other weaves. Our prices are the lowest, considering the quality of the goods. TJCSE^ Agents for the cele? brated Go'd Medal BLACK DRESS GOODS. Every yard sold of these goods are guaranteed. SILKS FOR WAISTS SILKS FOR TRIMMINGS. Such an array of patterns, and at prices way below the market value. Silkn at 402, 50c, 75c, 85c and $1 per yard. Cannot be bought elsewhere at less than 25 per cent, above these prices. Black Dress Silts. ?IN? Satin Duchess, Fol de Soi, Failles, Gros Grains, Salin Rhadamas, In all qualities, from 75c a yard up. Jackets and Capes. Our success in this depart ment has been phenomenal. It is a universal opinion that we have the correct garments as ko FIT, QUALITY AND PRICE, Our $6 50 and $10 PLUSH ICAPES, trimmed with the Jbest far, with beads...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 30 October 1895

CSF Little JDoctors Book tells about ; iiver <wllS . J r AndTONic Pellets. % Only Modern Cure for Constipation, BilioiiHr.ciu) and lUm^onote^K'M at aiiy For aale^hy Charles Lyle Drug Co. Easily, Quickly, Permanantly Restored. Vi'.'?l:nr?i, tServoaaneoa? Debility, and all tbo tralm ot evils Cram early errors or f o.?9 later Manases. the results of W overwork, sickness, worry, etc. F ill strength, devel opmant and tone given to every .>n:tin and portion oftlirt'vdy. simple, nat? ural methods. Immedi? ate improvement seen. Failure impossible. 2,tXX) references. Book, explanation and proofu mailed (sealed) (reo. i ERIE MEDICAL CO., Buffalo, O. Cushman's MENTHOL INHALER Cures nil troubles of the g AT AR R h V* VeAD AC h e, NEURALGIA, LaGRIPPE, will cure ? t in. station Mops siioc/.ilit;. riuiOTiuc, coughing, HKAOAC1IK. Coif t i ii ii eil iim- ftl?? ta ill UK 0UIIK </3^> ENDORSED X ;v-> Jr highest medical uu --|.f-?~ > t ttt.iit ic.-t of Kuropa < ? ' i^^-oi^. mill Ame...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 30 October 1895

Trimmings and millinery. raset lenterlc, Jet ami SnatiRlcN Watteau Pittite?Hut* ru?| I'lumcit. Richness* licit, only of material, but of trimming, win prevail during tho wintur. elaboration (%f mako being added to tho luxury of tho wunln.be. Usually splendor of goods gm s baud In hand with moro or less simplicity, but occasionally, as now, tho most oxpeuslvo fabrics and costly ami showy trimmlugs colnoldo in their vogue with Ingenious and complicated stylos of dressmaking. Metal and jet effects,'beads, passoinontorlo, embroidery, lace, silver, paste and jeweled buttons ntul lino furs are all to be called in requisition for tho udyruutout of winter toilet. It is proposed to inaugurate, or rathor reanimate, tho Louis Seize stylo of cos tumo, and the present opulence of fabric IS indeed too well suited for the purpose to allow of Its possibilities being overlooked. Hollow wattcau plaits uro becoming popular and there Is a probability that they will be largely employed on jackets, capos...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 30 October 1895

r\n You used a ptlr of GOOD uiJ Shoes tot yojrs*lt or chil? dren ? Would YOU Utte to purchase your SHOES for lcs< tboo Wuoi.a sale Cost! Have yon seen our lino of. SAM? PLE SHOES? TUlH AHE DANDIES. Do you need a Trunk to put. your ?u in tie: wear In I his winter? Give us a call when in need of UDythlnc In our line Very truly yonrt.. Roanoke Shoo Co., No. 11 S. Jefferi on St. F. J. Hurt, MiniRiir. Market Square Furniture Co., DEALER? IN FURNITURE. Have Just Received a Nee. Stock of Goods Conslatlug o* latest Styles of Furniture, Car? pets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Cur? tains, Queenswara, Glassware, Lamps, Cutlery, &g We Sell at Lowojt Prices. He not deceived, hut c:;'. while on MARKET und examine our stockt. Market Square Furniture Co, llartsuok Building. Market Square. -THE loaud!! steam Dye Works, J. A. DEVON, Proprietor, Is the only reliable Dyeiug and (Scouring establishment in the South? west. All others advertised an steam dye works are lakes. Beware. I3e sure to send lor us. L...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 31 October 1895

THE ROANOKE DAILY VOL. XIV.?No. 33S. PKIUK IHKGB CEMH, ROAJNOKE, VA., THURSDAY MORNIING, OCTOBER 31, 1895. FULL A8.HdO.UTKD PBK8B TBUBQBAH8. AIA IBB HKffg OW TUM WOKIlf ' PTHB WE&THRB, Forecast for Vlrsiuln: Generally oloiuly und slightly wnrmer during the d*y; conditions favor ??le for rain In Uto evening) eastei '* -inds. WeJYy To be careful when repairing ro >fs or in doing new work. It saves yon money? it saves us money. Boaoo&o Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce St. and Franhlln Road. J. Ii. COLLINGWOOD, - - Manager. - 'Phone 228. CUT FLOWERS TO-DAY! CHOICE SELECTIONS. POTTED FLOWERS FOli SALE. Don't Pdll to Mice Our Windows. Funeral Designs a Specialty, On Short Notice 'Phone 1U3. Prompt Delivery. CATDGNI'S RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's best cooks, we are pieparcd to serve the public with the best oysters that was ever served in the city. Special Invitation to Ladies: We have two separate Din? ing Parlors, and the politest attention in the city. O...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 31 October 1895

Will Chapmen, of Roanoke Red, wae in Salem yesterday. The infant daughter of J. E. Townes is ill at Hotel Salem. P. P. Nininger, of HollinB, was in Sa? lern yesterday on business. H. Garland Brown, of Roanoke, spent the day in Salem yesterday. MiBB Etta Bowers, who has been quite siok at Hotel Salem, is roported as being better. J. D. Hobbie, of the Hobbie Music Company, of Roanoko, was in town yes? terday on business. Urhon T. Lemon, of Houston Mines, Botetourt county, is visiting his siste', Mrs. J. P. Saul, on the Boulevard. Dr J. B Taylor will lecture before tho Y. M C. A. of the V. A. and M Col lego to-morrow night in Blacksburg. C. H. Sprowl and family, who have been spending the past >wo months at Hotel Salem, left for their home in New Orleans yestoiday. J. B. Karns, of the Salem postoilice, was 62 years old jesterday, and seemed to think that the postofSce should ob* serve Sunday hours. J. Shart/.er, the florist, will open, on Thursday, October 31, at Christian & Bar...

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