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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 2 November 1895

is weak wing You cannot af foi 1 i ? fall below your Healthy 'weight, if you will take Scotfs Emulsii p. (;{' Cod-liver Oil with Hypophosphitcs of Lime and ;"" i when your friends first tell you you are getting thin, you will quickly restore your healthy weight and may thereby prevent .serious illness. Persons have been known to gain a pound a day by taking an ounce a day of vSeott's Emul? sion. This seems extraordinary; hut it is absolutely true. Don't i,e persuaded toaccept ? eubstitutr! Scott & Bowne, N. Y. All Druggists. 50c. and $1. LINCOLN'S LOVEMAKING. Abo Encountered ills Political Rival White Addressing Miss TodC. In 1809 Miss MuryTodd of Kentucky arrived in Springfield to visit a married sister, Mrs. Edwards. At the instance) of his friend Speed, who w:.s also u Kentuckian, Lincoln became a visitor at tho Edwards', nud beforoloog it was apparent to the observant among those in Springfiold that tho lively young lady held hin: captive. Engagements at that time and in tha...

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. — 2 November 1895

( T)f\ You need n pair of GOOD Shoes for yourself, or chil? dren f Would YOU line to purchase your SHOES for less then Wiioi.a sale Cost ? Hnve von seen our line of SAM? PLE S?UKS! T?KV AHE DANDIES. Do you need h Truuk to put your nummcr wear In tills winter!1 Give us a cal! when in need of anything In our line. Very truly yourB, Roanoke Shoe Co., No. 11 s. Jefferson St. F. J. liurt. Manager. Market Square Furniture Co DEALERS IN Have Just Received a New Stock of Goods Consisting of Latest Styles of Furniture, Car? pets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Cur? tains, Queenswar^Glassware, lamps, Cutlery, 2c We Sell at Lowest Prices Be not deceived, but call while ou market aud examine our stock. Market Square Furniture Co, Hartsook lluildlni:. Market Square. -THE Boanoka Steam Dye Works, J. A. DEVON, Proprietor, Jb the only reliable Dyeing and Scouring establishment in the South? west. All others advertised as steam dye works are fukes. Beware, lie sure to send for us. Ladies1 and gent's goods dyed a...

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. — 3 November 1895

PTHK WKATHEK. Forecast for Virzin in: Fair, warmer ? n the afternoon, northerly winds, ?hitting to eoutherly. We May Charge a little more, but OUR work lasts. Boanoke Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Oommoroo Ht. and Franklin Road. J. R. COLLINQWOOD, - - Manager. - 'Phono 328. Cut Flowers To flay. Choice Selection of POTTED PLANTS on Exhibition and for Sale. FLORAL arrangement for Funeral Occasions on Short Notice. 'Phone 108. Prompt Delivery. OYST catogni's RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's host cooks, we are piepared to serve the public wilh the best oysters that wits 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. Flowers, Beautiful Flowers! woman IS THE LOVELIES V OK A 1.1. CRE? ATION's HANDIWORK, ank NEXT COMBS THE BEAUTIES OK THE FLORAL KINGDOM: BUT FLOW EKS WITHOUT LADIES I.03B HALF TIIEIR ATTRACTION. OUR STORE WILL BE FULL OK UBAUTIKLL KLOWBKS T O-D...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 3 November 1895

SPECIAL NOTICE. REPRESENTING Messrs. GRUND & CO,, Merchant Tailors and Importers, ?ok PHILADELPHIA, IS NOW AT TUE HP02n.ce de L^Gon With a full and complete line of SAMPLES of all the LATBS'l' LONDON STYLES of Suit Inge, Tronsertues and Coat Inge, which tliey are making up to measure ntvery lowprlce?. tST" Call and see him. It will pay yon. 11 39 lw I WILL SELL A. Chickering Piano (new) for vcrv little more than most dealers charco tor Pianos having no reputation. Write for catalognofl arid prices to PUTNAM'S MUSIC STORE, STAUNTON. VA. -? FOR ? Prompt Delivery and Good Work bend to the Old Heliablo, ROANOKE STEAM LAUNDRY, GEO. W. AMMEN & CO., Proprs. PHONE 110. 139 KIKH AVE., SJ XV K. ai. Satton & Go. Capt. D. C. Booth, agent of ?. M. Sutton & Co., of Baltimore, wholesale dealers In dry goods and notions, whose sample rooms are in the Hotel Lee, (corner Salem avenue and Commerce street) has just received and opened up the largest and most complete line of dry goods a...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 3 November 1895

CURES SCROFULA, BLOOD POBSON, CURES CANCER, ECZEMA, TETTER, PKUFESHIUNab. JOEL 11. CUTCHIN. AT TORNEY-AT-LAW. Oftlccs-Rooms 1 and 3, 19% Campbell Btreet, Hoanoke, Virginia. Practices In tho olty of Roanoko and adjoining counties. Deeds and wills carefully prepared. Titles exuminod. Acknowledgements and depo? sitions Ukon. Collections promptly mado and comitted. Commercial bnslnoas solicited. 614 W. O. niRDAWAT. AKCHKK L. i'aynk; JJARDAWAY & PAYNE, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Roomn Nos. 4 and 6 Kirk Building, Roanoko, Va. I). S. WOOD, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Roanoko, Va. Roo'-n No. 14, Now Kirk Building, op? posite Kenny's tea store, SGriffin, Wm. A. Glasgow, Jr., a H jdford City, Va. RoKnoke, Va. GRIPPIN & GLASGOW, Attornoys-at-law, rooois 611. 012 and 814 Terry building, Roanoke, Va Prao tloo In courts of Roanoko city and ?aounty and adjoining countlos. J. ALLKN WATTS. WM. OORDON RORKRT80N HOWARD W. HOBBRT80N. "^^TatTS, ROBERTSON A ROBERTSON, ATTORNEYS-AT LAW, Room 601-2-4-, Terry Bullding....

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 3 November 1895

THE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY EOAHOKB FUUM3UINU CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMES JiUILDING, IM OAMPUKLIi AVKNDB B. W. TERMS Bi MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month.? J>0 'When a member or a legislative body 1 Introduces a bill "by request," he means that he does uot assume responsibility for the bill, but Introduces It as a cour' teay to a constituent. When a member Introduces a bill as "PATHOK," he moans to assume all responsibility. It means that he favors the bill aud advocates lte passage. The lion. J. Allen Watts was the PATRON of tho famous Gas and Water Company's "new charter." Boys, take your medicine and don't maho such wry faces. The old "machine" dies hard. A few hours longer and thia merry war will be ovo: The hour of dissolution for machine politics approaches. With the mashine this is a campaign of Booze, Bluff and Boodlo. Uncle Andy McCartney is a dead cock in tho pit?stabbed in the house of his friends. The machine has evidently retired its jou...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 3 November 1895

DRESS GOODS! GOODS! Our Sale of Diess Goods When 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 dczen other weaves. Our prices are the lowest, considering the quality of the goods. TjCS?*' 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 Sifts. ?IN? Satin Duchess, Poi de Sol, Failles, Gros Grains, Satin 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 to FIT, QUALITY AND PRICE. Our $6.50 and $10 PLUSH CAPES, trimmed with the best fur...

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. — 3 November 1895

THE FIRST LOCOMOTIVE. It Was Built by Oliver Evans, M'lioCuUtlu'l i.ay l'p Money. Tho real inventor of tho locomotive Cover realized n cent from his invention. His name was Oliver Evans. Ho was born in Delaware in 1750 and spent all Iiis lifo perfecting inventions which were destined to bring him nothing hut rnoro poverty. Ho was tho original in? ventor of the high pressure engine used in locomotives, the only kind that could bo on:pl?iyed to advantage in this form of transportation, but realized nothing lor his idea. His application of tho notion to both land and water power \v:is somewhat novel. In 1804 tho municipality of Philadel? phia called for hids lor the dredging of tho river and tho cleaning of tho docks. Evans put in a bid lower than any er his competitors, and when it was ac? cepted determined t" build a steamboat to do the work. He fitted out a sc?w with a steam en? gine, building both llto engine and tho scow in his own workshop. When the boat was ready to bo launch? e...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 3 November 1895

A MODERN NAVAL BATTLE. Tlio Spectacle In a Orand Otto and tlto Ex perloDCU Thrilling. A layman litis uo conception of tho awful nature of battle iu modern naval vessels. Even tlio cruisers have steel sides, and tlio air of tlio inclosed spaces is very confined. Tho diu niado by tlio impact <if a heavy projectile against these metal sides is awful beyond de? scription. I wore cotton in my cars, but in spite of that, am still deaf from that cause. The engineers in tbo Chen-Yuen stuck to their work even when tho tem? perature of tho ongino room was abovo 200 degrees F. Tho skin of their hands and arms was actually roasted off, and every man was blinded for lifo, tho sight beiug actually seared ont Lato in tho action, after my hair had been burned off and my eyes so impaired by injected blood that I could only sco mit of one of them, and then only by lifting tho lid with my fingers, I was desirous of seeing how tho enemy was delivering his fire. As I groped my way around tho protecte...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 3 November 1895

Tin Y?n necd a 5,air of t'00^ uyj Shoes for yourself or chil? dren r Would YOU lUo to pnrchssc your SHOES for less then Wuolk sale Cost ? Have von seen our lino of SAM? PLE SHOES? THEY AKE DANDIES. Do yon necd a Trunk to i>nt your inmmor wear In this winter? Qivc us a call whon in need of anything in our line. Very truly jours, Roanoke Shoe Co., No. 11 s. Jefferson St. F. J. Uurt, Mantgor. ACADEMY JDF MUSIC ! ONE NIGHT ONLY. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 6 BYBRYTHIKG HEW THIS SEASON. PBiNGLB'S FAMOUS GEORGIA INSTRELS HEADED BY TUE OltEAT BILLY KERSANDS, The man 'with many Imititors but no equal, sup? ported by a Coterie of Mar artiste. Including moo ill: & KEMP. TUB ONLY JAI.VAK, MAHSli CKAIO, HILI.MA.N & VJBRNON, iIAMES B. LACY, ? . <> TKRltY, PICKANINNY OUAItTKTTI4, and the famous CKKSCKNT CITY (JUAKTKTTR Watch for the Band Parade at 11:80 A. M. I'D PD fflNrPPT'd 7:15 p m. in front of the rnD? lUuL&IU Theatre by one of the Finest Bands traveling. Popular prices, 25c, 50c an...

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. — 5 November 1895

THE ROANOKE TIMES. vol. xiv.?No. 3:m. F1UCB THHKH CfeNTH. KOANOKE, VA., TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 5, 1895, f?ll associated press tblegfams. all tdk news of 1hb wori.1,. PTHK IVFATHICU, Forecast for Virginia: Tlie weather condition* for Virginia Tuesday nro uncertain, probably fair lu the Interior during the greater portion ot too dny und Bhowors on the coaiit; east winds. Painting Roofs? 16 U1GHT IS, OUR LINE. Boauoke Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce St. and Franklin Koad. J. R. COLLINGWOOD,-Manager. - 'Phono 328. WELL!! WELL!! WELL!! ? HAVE YOU SEEN ? OUR STOCK OF PIPES Yes, the Prices Will Surprise You. Z^ffVako a peep at our window. OYSTERS CATCGNI'S RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's best cooks, we are piepared to aierve 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. Flowers, Beautiful Flowers! WOMAN I...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 5 November 1895

THOUSANDS OF WOMEN SUFFER UNTOLD 211SClIC9. BRADFIELD'S Female Regulator, ACTS AS A SPECIFIC By Arousing to Health) Action all hor Organs. It Council Health to Bloora, nnd Joy to IS.-ltH ThrouR-hoiit the Kullro Frame. IT NEVER FAILS TO REGULATE. "My wife lins been ander treatment of leading phy fdclan* three ve.irs. without hetieilt. After using three bottles 6f RHAnt'IKLD'S FKJUI.K REUULVTOK eho con do her own cooking, milking nnd washing." , N. s. uky an, Henderson, Ala. dkadkiki.lt BEGUIiATOB CO., ATLANTA, OA. ZF Sold by druggists at tljOO per bottle. Joe Webber, of Roanoke, was in Sa? lem yesterday. Ernest Glllook is at borne after an absence of several months. Alfred Rurdetto, of Nashville, was in Salem yesterday on business. Mrs. Glavos and daughter, of Roa? noke, spent the day in Salem yestorday. Miss Sullivan, of Christiansburg, is visiting tho Misses Shipman, on Broad street. J. W. Dickenson, who has been spend ing some time with "Dr." Wm. Tomp kins, returned to his homo in...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 5 November 1895

' .' ? ik? to er'.t and i egin to l?bi arid pale, the- wise mother ?* i at < aco t<> Scott's Emul i t f Cod-liver Oil er.d Kypo ; :-.itcs. She knows they take it willingly, for there bad taste of t'.io (:i about i r.nd it will h< t mr.ko them ? . Soon their appearance' the cheering' story of re? turning health. They grow .1:1, active, plump and hun ; ry; they eat anything now. With babes in arms it is just the same. Nourishment! That's the secret of Scott's Emulsion. JJon't beptr$uadtd to accept a substitute! Scott & Bownc, N. Y. All Druggists. 50c. and $1. PROFESSIONAL. JOEL, II. CUTCiilN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Otuces-Rooms 1 and 2, 10X Campbell Street, Roanoke, Virginia. J'ricUcoB in tho city of Roanoke and adjoining counties. Deeds and wills carefully prepared. Tltlu? examined. Acknowledgements and depo? sitions taken. Collections promptly made and 'remitted. Commercial business solicited. 614 w O HARD AW AY. AHCHKll L. FAYNEl AR DA WAY & PAYNE, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. R...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 5 November 1895

THE TIMES, E/SltY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., Pahlishare anil Proprietors, TIMES BUILDING, 193 CAMPBELL AVENUE 8. W. TERMS BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month.% .50 " three months . ? 1.60 ?? six mouths.8.00 v quo year. In advance .... 6.00 nnday Edition, onoycar . . ' . . 1.00 i*!ic Tikrb Is a raemoer or the Associated Press?the greatest nows-colloctlng association In the world?and receives over a special wire the tall telegraphic news service ot the Associated Press?tho sumo nows from all over the United States and the world thet is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dalllosot New Yorx, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. NOVEMBER. 8 M T W T F 8 . is 3 4 5 G 7 8 |? lO 11 13 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 ZO ?1 3? 83 554 25 80 37 38 30 30 citizens' ticket. Fob 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. voters, remember. Tho Democratic Stato cornmittoo ha3 declared tbiu the W...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 5 November 1895

Our Sale of Dress Goods Comiences Monday. ?hen Wo 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. TJ^S1* Agents for the cele? brated Gold 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. Silk.i at 402, 50c, 75c, 85c and $1 per yard. Cannot be bought elsewhere at less than 25 per cent, above these prices. Black Dress Sifts. ?IN? Satin Duchess, Poi lie Soi, Failles, Gros Grains, Satin 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 CAPES, trimmed with the best fa...

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. — 5 November 1895

' CONTRASTS OF SEWING WOMEN. AuVntitngos of tho Factory Girl In tho Country Over Her Sister In tho City. You may seo in any one of perhaps a hundred shops in this city colorless, 6ad eyed, dingily clad women beudiiig over cowing machines tuuid sqnalid sur? roundings, with no out loo!; save through a window opening upon a sordid street. You may see in ;it loast a score of coun? try villages ."?0 miles from any great city a crowd of neatly clad, happy look? ing girls mid women busied with like tasks, but amid clean and pleasant sur? roundings, with glimpses of a smiling landscape through every window. Tho New York women, released from their toil, hasten home to gloomy tene? ment lodgings and unwholesome fare. The village girls troop from tin* factory to modest but clean and pleasant homes, wherp food is fresh and abundant. Tho New York sewing iiiuohino woman is nu insignificant unil in a great com* munity. She feels daily tho pressure of her fellows that uro ready to take her place an...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 5 November 1895

1 (THREE COMMANDERS: MEN WHO WOULD LEAD EUROPEAN ARMIES IN CASE OF WAR. An Englishman Who Think* it Would Ue Proiltnblo to Muko a Tcchulcal Compar? ison Retwcon Viscount Wolscloy and a Russian and Kreuch General. I <lo not know tho now commander in chief uf tho English laud forces. I saw him onco or twico in my lifo, but this is many years ago, and in military matters of tho mngnitudo involved in the Bupronie command of a great army I am afraid I should provo an incompe? tent critic. But I bcliove to a great ex? tent in physiognomy, and if Viscount Wolsolcybe not a very clever man ho ought touring1 an action for libel against his face, for ho looks decidedly clevor. It' there wero any doubt in my mind about, his ability, it would he sot at rest by tho not very enthusiastic romarks in connection with his appointment I read in one or two French newspapers. '1 You are an irritable people, envious, jealcus and prowl to a degree," said Bismarck to General do Wiinpffen on Sept. I, 1S70...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 5 November 1895

t\n You need a ;mr of GOOD Shoes tor yo irselt or chil? dren t Would YOU 11 Sc to purchase your SHOES tor less then Whole? sale Cost ? Have yon seen our tlnoot SAM? PLE S?OESr l'USV AHB DANDIES. Do you need a Trank to put your mmmrr wear In this winter? Give tie a call when in need ot anything In our line. "Very trnly yours, Roanoke Shoe Co., No. 11 S. .IcfTercon St. F. J. Hurt, Mans.cer. NEW HOUSE! Maikei Square Furniture Co., DEALERS IN FURNITURE, Have Just Hecelveri a Nrw Stock ot Ooods Consisting ot Latest Styles of Furniture, Car? pets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Cur? tains,Queensware,Glassware, Lamps, Cutlery, &c We Sell at Lowest Prices. Be not deceived, bot call while on MARKET und examine our stock. Market Square Furniture Co., Uarleook Uuildlu?. MarketSqaare. HOW TO m IV1QNEY! r.l V YOL'lt C1KOCKKIK9 OK JOHNSON GROCERY COMPANY, ?DEALEliS IN - Fine Family Groceries, Confections, Notions and Shoes. Also a C'utuplctc Lino Cl' Tohacco aud Cii?ars. {Sty tilvc us a trial and he convi...

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. — 6 November 1895

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. VOJT,. XIV.-No. 337. 1'KJ.?B THRBB OKNIB. HOANOKK, VA., WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 6, 1895. AIX HIB X4KWS OJF IHK WOKLJD. TUB WEATHER. Forecast for Vlrirlnla: Continued warm, partly cloudy weather; pos? sibly light ahowera on the Virginia cou?t; nortliorly winds, shlftlne to easterly. WHOEVER IS ELECTED We expect to keen .on repairing Leaky Hoofs. BoanoKe Roofing and Metal Cornice Go,, Commerce St. and Franklin Road. J. a. COLL.INQWOOD, - - Manager. -'Phone 22S. WELL!! WELL!! WELL!! ? HAVE YOU SEEN ? OUR STOCK OF PIPES Yes, the Prices Will Surprise You. Qjr~Tako a peep at our window. OYST CATOGNI'S RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's best cooks, we are pieparcd to serve the public with the best oysters that wnB ever served in the city. Special Invitation to ladies: We have two separate Din inj? Parlors, and the politest attention in the city. Oysters Received Fresh Every Day. Flowers, Beautiful Flowers! WOMAN IS THE LOVELIES P OF ALL CRE? ATION'S HA...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 6 November 1895

HEALS RUNNING s c s CURES THE SERPENTIS STING CONTAGIOUS completely eradicat BLOOD P0IS0H^sssofes?tlj ulcers yield to its healing; powers. It re? moves the poison and builds up the system B. S. Harriott, of Catawba, was in Salem yesterday cn business. Walter Yeatman, son of J. P. Yeat man, of Singer, is very ill with typhoid fever. J. B. Kalnes, of tho postofllco, lefi yesterday morning for a trip to Atlanta, Georgii. Johnson & Day havo finished moving into their new Btorerooui in tho Brown building. Squire Camper and W. M. Montgom? ery wont to La Fayetto yesterday on business. Miss Ella Bowers, who has beon quite sick for the past few weeks, is re? ported no bettor. Prof. John Duckwlller, the colored Cicero of Salem, will make an address on "The Growth of an Idoa" bofore the Lynchburg Seminary in a short time. Old Aunt Mary Smith, who lived near Rollins, died Monday morning of old age. It is said that she was 113 years old at hor death. Uor son, who camo for the coflln, made th...

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