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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 8 November 1895

'AN ENGLISH CASUAL. WHERE TRAMPS GET FOOD AND LODGING FOP. WORK; JomIiUi Flynt und t% Companion Wind TJp n Stndy of. Tramp LI To In Euglaml l>y n Visit to n "Spike"?Meeting With n Cln.-ut Friend <>r Murk Twain. Josiah Flynt, who tins given interest? ing studios mi tramp life iu Germany and in this country, has extended his investigations to England. Ho writes n paper entitled, "Two Tramps In Eng land'' in Century. He and his com? panion, a, German student, completed u tour through tho provinces with mi ex? perience in n "casual" at Notting Hill, London, Air. Flynt writes: We appeared at the door of tho ward about half past 7 in tho evening. A lit? tle window was raised, and I stepped forward to stato my business. Uncon? sciously I leaned against tho sill of the window, which offended tho inspector in charge considerably. "What's your name?" he thundered. Still leaning on the sill, I gave him my nanio honestly enongh. He then remark? ed U) some person inside that we wore not...

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. — 8 November 1895

r?rj You need a pair ol G'JOD *J^J Shoes tor yourself or chtl dr"n? Would YOU Mae to purchase your SHOES for less tlieu WuobB sai.e Cost ? Have von seen our linuot SAM? PLE SHOES? THEY A It E DANDIES. Do yon need a Trunk to put your nummcr wear In this winter? Give 11 a a call when In need of anything In our line. Very truly yours, Roanoke Shoe Co., No. 11 S. Jefferson St. F. J. Hurt, Mauagot. ffif HOUSE! Market Square Furniture Co., DEALERSIN FURNITURE, Uuvo Just Received a New Stock ot Goods 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, bat call white on MARKET und examine oar stock. Market Square Furniture Co, llurtsook Building. Market Square. HOW TO SAVE MONEY! I5UY YOUR GHOOIS1UKS OF JOHNSON GROCERY CQ3VSP?NY ?DEALERS IN - Fine Family Groceries, Confections, Notions and Shoes. Also a Complete LitiC of Tobacco and Cigars. CfT Give us a trial and lie 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. — 9 November 1895

VOL. XIV.?No. 340 l'HIOB THKBB CKKrs. KOANOKE, VA? SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 0 1895. F?rt, A.8SO0IATJBD PKKH8 TBLEORAms AT.I. IHK NKWS OF ?KB ?oSSSf."8, THE WKATHI5K. HQ Forecast fur Vlrs-luta: Conditions I continue favorable for ihowen; winds will shift to uorthorly with much OOOler weather by Sunday. REPAIRS made in time saves much annoy? ance and expense. DOES YOUR ROOF LEAK? Roanoke Roofing and Motal Cornice Co., Oomraerco Bt. and Frankllu Koad. J. R. COLLINQWOOn,-Manager. . - 'Phono 228. Carnations 26c Dozen Chrysanthemums - 35c to $1 " Roses - - - $1 to $2,60 " Wo Are Sol li iik AMERICAN BEAUTIES AT t*3.50 TO-l>AY. Large quantities for Mar? riages and oilier entertainnients supplied on short notice. ?Get Our Prices Before Buying. PHONE 193. OYSTERS CATOGNI'S RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's best cookB, we are piepared to serve the public with the best oysters that was ever served iu the city. Special Invitation to Ladies: We have two separate Din? ing Parlors, a...

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. — 9 November 1895

WHAT AILS THE PEOPLE? *he Truo Cnuio of Most Phyalcal Troubles Mnilo Perfectly Clear. "What are tho principal ailments of the American people?" This question was recently put by a reporter to Dr. Ephraim Cutler, whose name stands foremost in the ranks of the medical profession. His answer was: "Bright's disoase." "The great increase of this fearful malady is attracting universal atten? tion. Everyone is anxious to know how it is brought on. What causes it, Doc? tor?" The physician paused for a few min? utes before replying, and then said: "I can best explain that by a very simple illustration. Anyone who eats beef? steak knowB what is fat and what is lean. Now, if the muscle of tho Bteak is partially changed to fat, it is called 'fatty degeneration.' In the same way, with the human body, if the kidney substance changes into fat, it is called 'Bright's disease.' Bright's disease is fatty degeneration, and not one person in twelve is free from some form of kid? ney or liver disease." ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 9 November 1895

The Sun for bleaching clothes; them. Just re- . You can't change Pearline, but -v brightness and and newness ***** back, then you ' - ine. The ease, _ the economy. ______ of time and washed?these * **" only points that Pearline. The better, all women, who have Pearline for washing member that, any color:; with ' if you want the freshness brought wantPearl the safety, the saving of things are not the recommend "*?? work is done * through. Bright proved this for themselves, have used hundreds of millions of packages. Q^eilCi Peddlers and some unscrupulous Rrocera will tcH you " this is as good as" Jt Back the same n.; Pearline." IT'S FALSE?Pearline is never peddled, >ur grocer scuds you ?mi/ it back. 42l and if vour croccr scuds you something in place of Pearline, be honest--'?' '< <81 JAMES PYL.B, New York. PROFESSIONAL. JOEL U. O?TCHIN, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Olllceu? Room8 1 and 8, 19^ Onmpboll Street, Koanoke, Virginia. i'ractlccB In tho city of Hoanoko and adjoining oaatlcs. D...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 9 November 1895

THE TIMES* B van Y MOHNINO, BXOBPT MONDAY KOANOKJS PUBLISHING OO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMBS BUILDING, 181 OAMPBKLL AVBNUB 8. W. TBUM3 BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month.H ??? " three months. " six months.*Jg " one year. In advance .... e.uu unday Edition, one year .... 1.00 TnB Timzb la a mem Der ot the Associated Press?the greatest news-collecting association In the world?and receives over a special wire the lull telegraphic news service ol the Associated Free?tho same news from all over the United States'and tho world that is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies ot New Yor*. Philadel? phia and Baltimore. NOVEMBER. S M T W T F S . is 3 4 a 6 7 8 |9 lO 11 13 13 14 IB 10 17 18 19 SO SI SS 83 84 S5 SO S7 S8 SU 30 The report of the dangerous illneaa of Senator Tburman, of Ohio, will be re? ceived with regret by the people of the United States regardless of political af? finities or predilections. Pure in public and private life, and of superior and eminent a...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 9 November 1895

DRESS GOODS ! GOODS! Our Sale of Diess Goods ?hen We Will Offer Special Prices. Our shelves are jaden with all the newest fabrics, consist? ing of Mohairs, plain and fancy, Boucles, Crepons, Broadcloths, H e n r iettas, Serges, and a dozen other weaves. Our prices are the lowest, considering the quality of the goods. Tj5*ST* 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. Silkn at 402, 50c, 75c, 85c and $1 per 3ratd. Cannot be bought elsewhere at less than 25 per cent, above these prices. Black Dress Sis. ?IN? Satin Duchess, . Poi de Soi, Failles, Gros Grains, Satin Rhadamas, In all qualities, from 75c a yard up. Jackets and Caps. 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 be...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 9 November 1895

80HE0ULE ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY. IN KFKKCT SKl'T. 15. 1805. Norwich. I College. ! Vinton. IWontKnrt. S.W. JAMISON, (Hl I'regldcut and Oeneral Manager. SCHEDULE IN EFFECT NOT. 3, 1895. Weatftound Leave Boanoke Daily. 7:50 a. m. (Washington and Chattanooga llmltod) for Bristol and the South and West. Stops only at East Badford and Pulaski. Pullman sleepers to New Orleans and Memphis, dining oar at? tached. 6:35 a. m. for Radford, Bluefleld and Pooahont&s, Pulaski, Itristjl and all intermediate stations. 4:15 p. m. ttie Chicago Express for Rad ford, Bluofield, Pooahontas, Kenova, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, KansaB City, Columbus and Chloago. Pullman Buffet Sleeper Roanoke to Columbus. Also for PulaBkl, Wytheville, Bristol, Knozville, Chat? tanooga and intermediate points. Siortn and Kaatbonnd, Leave Boanoke Dally. 11:40 a. m. for Petersburg, Richmond and Norfolk 11:40 a: m. for Washington, Hagerstown, Philadelphia and New York. 10:50 p. m. for Richmond and Norfolk. Pullman...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 9 November 1895

Strange, but True The child that caunot digest milk can digest Cod-liver Oil as it is pre? pared in Scott's Emul? sion. Careful scientific tests have proven it to be more easily digested than milk, butter, or any other fat. That is the'reason why puny, sickly chil? dren, and thin, emaciated and amende persons grow fleshy so rapidly on Scott's Emulsion of Cod-liver Oil and Hypophosphites when their ordin?r/ food does not nourish them. Don't bt persuaded to accept a substitute! Scott dt Bcwnc, N. Y. All Druggists. 50c. and $t. A SINFUL WASTE. Good Food Allowed to Decay n Feature of American Household*. There tiro few households in tho land hut have a periodical recrudescence of economy' in the matter of food supply. A big grocer's or butcher's bill imme? diately suggests that there should be some economy practiced '.'somewhere." The present activity in tho field of dietetics should spread valuablo knowl? edge into every kitchen. It Ik already showing benofits in tho matter of nutri? t...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 9 November 1895

( T\f\ You need a pair of G30D Shoes lor yourself or chil? dren f Would YOU like to purchase your SHOES lor less then Wuolb sale Cost ? 11 live von seen our lino of SAM? PLE SHOES? TUKV AUK DANDIES. Do yon need a Trunk to put your summer wear in tIiis winter? Give us a call whou in need of anything in our line. Very truly yours, Roanoke Shoe Co., No. 11 S. JofTcreoii St. F. J. Burl, Managet. NE? USE! MatVetSqiiate Futnitute Co., DEALERSIN FURNITURE, Bavo Just Received a New Stock of Goods Consiatini; ot latest Styles of Furniture, Car? pets, Rugs, Oil Cloths, Cur? tains, Queenswar^ Glassware, Lamps, Cutlery, &c We Sell at Lowest Prices. Be not deceived, bat cul. while on MARKET und examine our stocB. Market Square Furniture Co, riarteoob Building. Market Square. HOW I? SAVE MONEY! BUY YOUH CKOOUKIKS OF JOHNSON GROCERY C?SViP?MY -DEALERS IK? line Family Groceries, Confections, Notions and Shoes. Also a Complete Li tie of Tobacco und Cigars. taS1?" Give us u trial and tie convince...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 10 November 1895

XIV.-No. 841. LICK Til II KB CUNTS. ROANOKE, VA., SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1895. Ft;I,I, AB80CIATKE? PRK8S TELF(in??u AIX THE NEWS O? 1HBWOBU)*"8' HTHK WE&IHISK. Forecast for Virginia: Halo, fol? lowed by oleariDK weather daring the day: colder with a cola wave. The temper aturo will fail from 30 to 40 degrees by Sunday night; Increasing northwesterly winds. 1 E are Leak Hunters and Finders Does Your Roof Leak? Boanofce Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Oommeroe 8t. and Franklin Road. J. K. COLLING WOOD, - - Manager. - 'Phone 228. Carnations - - - - 26c Dozen Chrysanthemums - 35c to $1 11 Roses - - - $1 to $2,60 " "Wo Are Selling AMERICAN BEAUTIES AT #3.50 TO-DAV. Large quantities for Mar? riages and other entertain men ts supplied on short notice. Get Our Prices Before Buying. 'PHONE 193. OYSTE CATCGNl'S RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's heat cooks, we are piepared to serve the public with the best oysters that was ever served in the city. Special Invitation to Ladie...

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. — 10 November 1895

SALEMJffiWS 3. A. Cox and family will shortly move to Chllhowlo, their new home. The family of 10. II. Cump*ton left yesterday for their now home in Alex? andria. Master Raymond Dame, son of J. T. Dame, was run over Friday evening by the football team in their gamo with Roanoke and Salem, and had his collar bone broken. Stepton Acres, colored, charged with breaking in the colored grocery store, was brought before Squire Camper yes? terday afternoon and waived examina? tion, and wsb sent on to the grand jury. The revival conducted by Rev. H. H. Kenneday in tho West End Cbapal has been brought to a close. Muoh interest was manifested in the meeting, and fif? teen converts is the outcome from the same. Dr. F. V. N. Painter, of Roanolte Col? lege, left yesterday for Bluefleld, where he will assist Rev W. H. Grlever, a graduate of Roanoke College, who 1b conducting a series of meetings in the above-mentioned place. A. W. MoWhorter has resigned his position aB teacher in the Catawba schoo...

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. — 10 November 1895

saveROQiUBSithee:: im - AND - Lighten Housekeeping Cares. Why not dispose of that old Cooking Stove, and save fuel by using this effective ami durable Range. Prices are now very low and you can buy to advantage. CnU on or aMrtsa ENGLEBY BROS.. Roanoke. Va Roanoke Times Has Full Telegraph Service. Five Dollars a Year in Advance. PROFESSIONAL. W. O. HAKDAWAY. A??UKK L. PAY NB; ARD A WAY & PAYNE, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. Rooms Nos. 4 and 6 Kirk Building, Roanoko, Va. Q GlUFFIN, WM. A. GLA830W, JB., Oc "~dford City, Va. Roanoko, Va. GRIFFIN & GLASGOW, A'torneya-at-law, rooms 611, 612 and 6H Torry building, Roanoke, Va Prao tlcc in courts of Roanoke city and Qounty and adjoining counties. J. ALLBN WATTS. WM. GORDON ROBERTSON EDWARD W ROBERTSON. TK^ATTS, BOBEBTSON A ROBERTSON, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, R >om 601-2-4-, Terry Building. T^VERETT PERKINh, ?i -j Attornoy-at-law and Commissioner in Chancery, Lock box 110, Roanoko, Room 10, Second. Floor, Kirk L&w Building. WILLIAM I.UNSFOHD A B...

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. — 10 November 1895

THE TIMES. IJ V15H y MORNING, BXCBFT MONDAY ? ROANOKB PUBLISHING CO., Publishers ?Od Proprietors, TIMES BUILDING, 1M OAMPBBLL AVBNUB 8. W. TBK MS BY MAIL (Postage PrepfJd), Dally, one month . . . S .50 " three months.L50 " six months.3.00 ?* onoyear, in advance .... 6.00 nnday Kdltlon, one year .... 1.00 Tbb Times Is a member ot the Associated Press?the greatest cows collecting association in the world?and receives over a special wire the toll telegraphic news service ot the Associated Press?tno satno nows from all over the United States and the world that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dalllosot New Yorx, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. NOVEMBER. 8 M T W T F S . 18 3 4 5 6 7 S |0 io 11 18 13 14 IS 10 17 18 10 80 81 88 23 84 85 8G 87 28 28 30 China and Ruasla may not be engaged in any intrigue against Qreat Britain, bat they are altogether too friendly to Bait the views of Jona Bull as to in? ternational propriety in the far EaBt. Ex-Governor Forakkb says tbla country will ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 10 November 1895

DRESS GOODS! GOODS Our Sale of Otess Goods Commences MoMay. Ilium 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. 1J(?sir* Agents for the cele? brated Gold Medal BLACK DRESS GOODS. Every yard sold of these goods are guaranteed. TS . SILKS FOR TRIMMINGS. Such an array of patterns, and at prices way below the market value. Silknat 402, 50c, 75c, 85c and $1 per 3'ard. Cannot be bought elsewhere at less than 25 per cent, above these prices. Blact Dress SUks. ?IN? Satin Duchess, Poi de Soi, Failles, Gros Grains, Satin Rhadamas, In all qualities, from 75c a yard up. 1 Jackets and Caps. 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. 1 Our $6 50 and $10 PLUSH CAPES, trimmed with the...

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. — 10 November 1895

80HEDULE ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY. IN KFKKCT BKPI. 1ft. 1SU5. A M 6 30 7 00 7 40 890 0 00 H 40 10 SO 111? 11 40 , 12 211 100 I 1 40 S20 800 3 40 4 SO 5 IK) 540 6S0 7 00 7 40 8 31) 0 0(1 ?40 10 ?1 11 00 o St A M ri 45 7 20 8 00 8 -HI Cnlli':;". <-? S?? ll 20 10 IK) I 10 40 11 20 12 Oll I 1' m }' m 12 21) A m 7 00 7 40 S 90 '.I (XI 0 1>I 10 20 11 00 11 40 12 10 1 20 j 200 ' 2 10 3 20 41?) 4 10 5 20 ti 00 (< 40 7 20 8 (0 i 8 40 ! 0 20 i 10 00 10 40 1130 1 tvj 1 10 2 30 3 00 3 40 4301 5 01 j 5 40 li 20 7 00 7 10 8 30 '.100 '.I 40 10 20 11 00 A M 7* 800 8 4n 0 so 10 00 10 40 11 20 1' M 19 00 12 40 120 3 00 2 40 3 20 4 (XI 4 40 5 20 0 00 0 40 7 80 6 00 8 40 0 20 10(0 10 40 11 30 a > A :> i A M I A M ?00 0 15 1 7 (X) 7 so 7 40 8 (X) 8 90 I 8 10 B 00 !? 20 9 40 10 00 10 2' j 10 in 11 co I 11 2> 11 '.0 13 (HI r m , r m 13 20 I 13 40 1 IX) 1 40 3 20 3(0 3 40 4 20 61(1 5 40 0 20 7 00 7 40 8 90 9 00 ?40 10 20 1 20 a i im 2 40 ' 3 20 1 (XI 4 40 5 20 6 (XI 0 40 7 20 8 00 8 40 0 20...

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. — 10 November 1895

MAY DE SINGING FISHES. A rtieuouiriiou or tlio Son Which I? In tcrcr.tir? and Mysterious, -lere is im account of a phenomenon of the Past ug uila river in Mississippi, JO which, although it is uot generally known, the attention of naturalists bus been called on account of its mystery. At times very reruarknblo sounds nro ucurd at tho mouth of this river. Tho local fishermen say that it is "tho spirits singing under thg water." It is a mur? muring sound, ?(jrhieh rises gradually and then falls to n lower toue. The music ceases when tho waters uro dis? turbed, und when they are quiet it bo gins again. Several explanations havobeen offered as to tho origin and canso of tho rnysto rious sounds of tho Puscagonla. Tho most satisfactory theory is thnt tho sounds are produced by a species of fish in some unknown way. Professor G. Brown Goodo, who 1b an authority on fishes and fish life, thinks that tho drum fish may canso tho sounds in question. Instances of peculiar sounds being heard nt s...

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. — 10 November 1895

T\f\ You need a pair of GOOD W Shoes for yoareelf or chil? dren ? Would YOU like to purchase your SHOES for lea* then Whole? sale Cost 5 Have von seen our line of SAM? PLE S?OES5 THEY AHE DANDIES. Do yon need a Truuk to put your ?ummer wear In title winter!" Give us a call when in need of anything In our line. Very truly yours, Roanoke Shoe Co., No. 11 S. Jefferson St. F. J. Hurt, Manager. .1 Will, sill, A. Checkering Piano (new) for very little more than most dealere charge for I'ianos haviug no reputation. 'Write for catalogues add prices to PUTNAM'S MUSIC STORE, STAUNTON. VA. SIGNS WILL A. CASK, the Roanoke Sign Writer has roturucd front Uallimore, Md., aud Is pro pared to furnish all kinds of eiguson short notice Hy~OMcc OTcr Hoauoko Bottling Works. - FOR Prompt Delivery and Good Work Send to the Old Reliable, ROANOKE STEAM LAUNDRY, OEO. W. AMMEN & CO., I'ropre. VHONK ll?. 120 KIltK AVK., Si W ftoanoke Shoe Manufacturing Co. -S3 SALEM A V15 NU IS t'?-.'"All Kinde of Hoots an...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke daily times. — 12 November 1895

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. ^gogggj ao4JHM. _KOANOKK, VA., TUESDA^ MORNING, NOVEMBER 12, 1895. "^^?SSSiFBttSEB^ PTHi: tVKATHKU. Forecast for Virginia: Pair, pre coded l>y light showers on tho coast! ??Iii. uortherlj winde. May be ruined by a leaky roof. We Mend Leaky Roofs. Roanoke Roofing and Metal Cornico Co., Ouminerce St. and Franklin Koad, J. U. COLLilNQWOOD, - - Manager. - 'Phono 228. n \ 1 Never Dry I 1 MINERAL WATERS. ^ I Massie's Phaimacv. 1 3 m 1> ^'M^^MM:B'MM/^sW/& CATOGNI'S RESTAURANT Having employed 0110 of Norfolk's beat 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 ins; Parlors, and tho politest attention in the city. Oysters Received Fresh Every Day. Flowers, Beautiful Flowers! WOMAN IS THE LOVELIEST OP ALL CHB ATION'S HANDIWORK, and NEXT COMBS THE BEAUTIES OP THE FLORAL B1NGDOM; BUT FLOW EHS WITHOUT LADIES LOSE HALF THEIK ATTRACTION. OUR 8TORE WILL BE F...

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. — 12 November 1895

C. B. Mattox was in Salem yesterday on business. J. James, of Chicago, is registered at Hotel Duval. Dr L. G Pedlgo was in Salem yester? day on business. Major Griflln, of Bedford City, is in Salem on business. The pastor's study at tho Methodist Church is being enlarged. Frank Smith, of Roanoke, spent sev? eral hours in Salem yesterday. Mrs. W. Q.B. Fitzgerald has returned from a visit to friends in Danville. ThoB. G. Maury has returned from New York, much improved in health. J. O Loyd is back borne from Lam? bert's Point, where be has been engaged in business. Mrs. Joele A. Tay, of Wilmington, Delaware, Is visiting the family of J. W. Mooney. Rev. G G. Smead, who has been vis? iting relatives in town, left yesterday for Roanoke. Rev. W. G. Jones, of Bedford City. 1b visiting his two two sons, Gordon and Witt, at Roanoke College. Tho pants factory at tho Holstein Woolen Mills has resumed operations with about seventy-live employes. F. A. Lovelcck has returned from at? tending tho A...

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