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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 24 September 1890

VOL. IX.-NO. 5. _ SPECIAL NOTICES. Lansdowne Business and ResidenceLofs Five hundred lots of tlds vnluablo property, all within the corporate limits of tho city of Roanoke, Va., will bo put on the market OCTOBER I, 1890. This land lies between the Mel rose property and the Norfolk and Western railroad, and is tho most valuable property yet placed upon the market in this city. It is situated eastof the Roanoke Iron Company s furnace, and adjoining the Hyde Park Audition. The Norfolk and Western Railroad Company have recently purchased a portion of this property, and are now about erecting some valuable improve? ments thereon. Negotiations are just about closed for the location of a S5,O00,00? steel plant m ar the business portion of this property. This will probably be the greatest op? portunity over offered for valuable and well located property within the city limits. The Roanoke and Salem Dummy Lino runs within one block of this property, anil the projected lines or tho ilaltimoro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 24 September 1890

: Lotio Wltlotvn Kupport Them* ??>'-. ?:h In Lars? Cities. .' "Gentlemen only?" naid tho lono wld j ?w to a Now York Tribuno reporter. "No. 1 wish I might put out suoh a sign ?3 that, but I oan't afford to bo so par? ticular. You think women aro as good as irion? So they may be, but all tho same, they aro on awful lot moro bother. Mon ain't angels?far from it ?but then most of them bavo the grace to take themselves oft* to their business early in tho morning, and J don't seo no moro of 'em till night, and then .when they arc in tho houso they stay in their rooms and behave themselves, while the women are continually run? ning in and out of my kitchen, carrying "pitchers of hot water and slopping up my stairs as they go along. You seo tmost of 'em aro bound to wash their duds, in spito of all 1 can say against it, and thoworbtof It is, they will bring !om down to tho kitchen to iron 'em, and that is awful worrying to tho cook, (knowing, asshodocs, that precious few of 'em ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 24 September 1890

Pimples ?AND Blotches ARR WHENCE That the blood is wrong, and that nature is endeav ?rjni.to throw off the impurities. Nothing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S) Jt is a simple vegetable compound. Is harmless to the most delicatt child, yet tt forces the poison to the surface and eliminates it from the blood. I contracted a severe case of blood poison that unfitted nie for business for four years. A lev/ bottles of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) cured me- J.C.Jones, City Marshal, Fulton, Arkansas. Treatise on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed tree. Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ga. 3 Preparations: \ Alterative Tonic AND Expeetorant The JuDGfc of Hanover c o u n t y_ sP E a k s. Tim. Howard suft'ered forthreo years with lunn and throat trouhIc3, and last spring was iiio'jght by his neighbors to bo dying. I heard of his conditio? and ?Vgavo him A. B. C. Tonic. Us clYcc: was I magical. In a very short time ho was able to leave his bed, and now regards himself a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 24 September 1890

THE ROANOKE TiSUES. EVERY CORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. UOANOKB TIMES PURLISHIXG CO., Publishers and Proprietors. TIM BS BUILDING, Third avenue ami First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMI1KK 124. The Timrs will lie delivered In Roanoke. Sa? lem, and Vlnlon every morning' by curriers for Ilfty cents pur month. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) J>aily. one month.$ .50 *' three months.1.50 ** Blx months.:mki ** ono year '.(i.OO All papers sent out of the city must be paid for invariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. The Weekly Times, ci ntainiiiK the news of tho week lu a more condensed form, one year, $1.00 iu advance. Advertising rates made known on applica? tion. Items of news, communications, etc., should lx> addressed to tho Editor of Tnit Times. Remittances, by express, iiionoy-ordor, reg? istered letter, elieipie, or draft, should bo ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoko, Virginia^ X raftered at the Postofllec at Konnoke as see...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 24 September 1890

THE THRIVING SOUTHWEST. Mr. Charles H. Grasty Discusses tho Situation. A W!<1? Experience iJi-onnlit to Moor?At the ICoKlniv'nK of Our Vrosporlty?How Kansas City Grew?A Klntl \Vor?l for TU? Thnei*?Roanoke In the Center? "Keep in the Mlihllo of the Sivlm." Charles II. Grasty, a well-known newspaper man, for ton years managing editor of tho Kansas City Times, and now a resident of lialtimoro, is in tho city. To a TlMKS reporter, who called on hint at the Hotel lloanoko yesterday, Mr. Grasty talked enthusiastically of Roanoke. He lias had a wide experience in real estate investment and specula? tion, having gone through the great -Kansas City movement as an extensive operator, and his observations include such centers as New York, Chicago. London and Shangal, China. He visit? d the latter place In lSSii when, a tremen? dous boom in acres and town lots was going on. Mr. Grasty is now interested in the South, which he considers a Held for fortunes with which no other section c...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 24 September 1890

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA REWS. LYNCUUl l.CJ LOCATE. The Proposed Founding ?ifa Colored In? dustrial School lu the Hill City. LYUCHUer.G, Sep. 2.1.?| Special]? "Dr. Gouchcr, a wealthy citizen of Balti? more, and Dr. Wagner, of the Morgan College, in the same city, will be in this city tomorrow looking after the estab? lishment of a colored industrial school. A mass meeting of all people interested in tho enterprise will be held to-morrow night at tho colored Methodist Church to formulate plans for the construction of-buildings etc. Samuel J. Crowe, ticket agent of the Norfolk and Western railroad at Pulaski City. w;:s married this evening to Miss Ijiicy Woodson Allen, daughter of Mr. Henry Allen, Sr., of this city. The cere? mony was performed by Kev. Mr. Flem? ing at church, which was crowded with friends and relatives to witness the pretty nuptials The couple left on a Northern tour. The Virginia State Sunday-school Con? vention began its session at 8 o'clock last night in tho Second Pre...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 24 September 1890

FUJRGES?N'S KICK! Bo Objecto to Plequos r.3 Dis? turbers oi' Domo3tio Bliss. T UOLLIX0 ono day last w o e k i n an aimless sorb ol way through Contra! Park, I saw Furge son, a young g o n-t 1 e m a n with whom I am slightly ac? quainted. Ho was sitting on a bench wcar "0< ing a lir.cn duster and a look of un uttorablo woe. I naturally asked him What was tho cause of his moutal de? pression, and ho replied candidly that it was his wife, to whom ho had recent? ly been married. "Tho old story?too much mother-in law, I suppose," I remarked. "No, it's not that. I took pood caro to marry an orphan. Tho troublo is, my wife has taken to painting plaques, decorating china, etc. ltsoems that fad is roviving among tho Now York wom? en, and my wife has got it bad,"" replied "Furgeson, with a sigh. I remarked that I thought painting china was a rather harmless sort of a fad. "Yes, that's what 1 thought until I bad some actual experience." "How did your wifo acquiro tho habit?" "From a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 24 September 1890

MACS AI Have opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods, cashmeres, serges, lienriettas, all-wool habit cloths and Scotch plaid suitings in all the newest shades and color? ings, new blankets, comforters, hosiery and underwear, zephyr and Saxoii}- yarns in all shades, Butterick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October just received. 134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia. [\1CH Last April we began to advertise our town lots, making at that time a number of statements in regard to what we would do. Through the non-completion of the Clinch Vallcw- extension of the Norfolk and Western our railroad facilities at that time were very limited. We had no rail? road station and, indeed, one old farmhouse was the total sign of life about the place. Since then the railroad has erected a fine brick and stone freight station, one of the largest 011 the road, and will shortly erect a fine passcnger station, while the Clinch Valley Company has spent, or is under contract to expend, $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 September 1890

r VOL. IX.?NO. 6. SPECIAL NOTICES. Lansdowne Business and Residence Lots Five hundred lots of this valuable pr?porty, all witliin tho corporate limits of tho city of Roanoko, Va., will ho put on tho market OCTOBER I, IS90. This land lies between the Melroso property and tho Norfolk and Western railroad, and is the most valuable property yet placed upon the market in this city. It is situated eastof the Roanoko Iron Company's furnace, and adjoining the Hyde Park Addition. The Norfolk and Western Railroad Company have recently purchased a portion of this property, and are now about erecting some valuable improve ments thereon. Negotiations are just about closed for the location of a 85,000,000 steel plant near the business portion of this property. This will probably be the greatest op? portunity ever offered for valuable and well located property within the city limits. The Roanoko and Salem Dummy Line runs within one block of this property, and the projected lines of the Baltimore a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 September 1890

OUTHWEST VIRGINIA NEWS. EYXCKHttRG. 'J'fu> Satisfactory Hrsulli ?if Sam Jones' Kfiorts Among Sinners. IjYKCHBUHG, Sept. 24?[Special]?The cards of penitents who have come under the influence, of Sam Jones have been sorted up, and they indicate religious preferences in the new life they are About to lead as follows : Baptists.128 Methodists.133 Presbyterians. 1!? Other churches. 22 Total.302 The numbers are for the two Baptist Churches, all the Methodist Churches in and around tho city, and the other Churches in tho city. Tho numbers .represent the persons professing conver? sion, penitence, or a desire to lead bet? tor lives, and the number is only ap? proximately correct. Besides those expressing preference ior churches in this city, there was a large number of persons from all the country around, in attendance on the meetings, and many t f these yiehh d t,> tho gospel call. Th : approximate num? ber of such perse n8 is 1'.18. These, to? gether with the :*.0: a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 September 1890

FEMALE NAVVIES. bsow Sozno -European Women Slnvo Tholr Livos Out ISqnads of Them tit Work in I'omnoll liltohed to 11 Curt with ? Doc-Cur rylug iloiin Up nigh, Buildings? lei boring in Fields. An American fan not help noticing aa 1\o travels through tho various eon tlnontnl countries the universal troat iment accorded women by thomalo por [tion of tho inhabitants. Woman seems either mado for ploasuro or for work. Bho is eitbor dressed In fine linen and accorded every luxury to make her more attractive to man's eye, or sho ia clothed in rags and dirt, and mado to work far harder than tho cattle of her lord and master. Italy scorns to lead in this respect?in thrf labor portion?lor tho men aro laV.y and tho women do tho work; not only the out-door labor, but tho household duties also, besides having a groat deal of their lives taken up in bearing chil? dren and raising them in squalor and ignoranco. In Naples and Ilomo you see women of all ages with babies in their arms, and children of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 September 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIM KS PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, Third avenue und Virst street, southwest.' TELEPHONE NUMBER UM. Tub Times will Ik? delivered In Roanoke, Sa? lem, und Vlntoti every morning by carriers for Ility cents pur month. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, one month ,.$ .r>0 *' three months.l.'iO " six months.IM?) " ono year.'1.00 All papers sent out of the city must be paid for invariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. The Weekly Times. it ntninlug the news of iho weck in u moro condinsud form, one year, $1.00 in advance. Advertising rates made known on applica? tion._ Items of news, communications, etc., should be addressed to the Editor <>r The Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, cheque, or draft, should be ad? dressed und made payublo to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke, Virginia. Entered at tho Postofflcc nt lioanoko as se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 September 1890

THE CITY FATHERS MEET AGAIN. Out it Took a Summons to Get Two of Them. nuts Offered Tor Approaches t?? overhead HrlilgeK?li. McCoiiitoll th? Co west ltlilder? UoikIk for Kxteiwlve Improve iiicntH Under CoiiHtderiitlon--The Street Kullwiiy KxteiiHl?itK?Mr. I*. I>. Terry*? - Offer. A called meeting uf tho Common Coun? cil was held yesterday afternoon at four o'clock in tho council chamber of tho city courthouse. Tho meeting was called to consider a number of important mat? ters. Councilman Bucicner was called to tho chair upon motion of Councilman Shoo han, Chairman I Ian thorn being absent. Upon the call of the roll the following counoilmen responded : H?cker, Craves, MoConnell, Scott. Shcehun, Skinkorand Woodward. The first iten) of business in the call of the meet ing was the opening and con? sidering of bids for the construction oT the stone work of tho bridges to be erect? ed over tho railroad crossings of Park. Henry and Randolph streets. Tin; clerk read the bids as f...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 September 1890

FIRING AN ENGINE. Some of tho Hardships of a Loco? motive Fironmn's Lifo. Hin tot I? 'Not ns Easy as Many IioMovo? - ^The Amount or Faol Required to Keep natron Horno Going? Caul Must lJo Supplied Vcrjr Carofully. "If peoplo only know tho hardships of a flremaiTs lifo," said ono of tho local leaders of tho Brotherhood of Looomo tivo Firemen to a Chicago Evening Post Teportcr, ''they would not bo so apt to wonder that tho men want to strike onco in awhilo to better thoir circumstances. Their lot at tho best is a hard one, and tho pay is poor when tho skill required to bo a firemen, the severity of tho work and tho constant strain to which tbo men are subjected aro taken into ac? count Many people, probably a major? ity, consider that the fireman's work is not skilled labor, hut this opinion arises from ignoranco of the require? ments of tho calling. An unskilled fireman could no moro firo a locomotivo on tho road so as to keep up steam steadily and enable tho engineer to make good ti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 September 1890

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 25 September 1890

Have opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods, cashmeres, serges, lienriettas, all-wool habit clotlis and Scotch plaid suitings in all the newest shades and color? ings, new blankets, comforters, hosiery and underwear, zephyr and Saxony yarns in all shades, Butterick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October just received. 134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia. Last April we began to advertise our town lots, making at that time a number of statements in regard to what we would do. Through the non-completion of the Clinch Valley extension of the Norfolk and Western our railroad facilities at that time were very limited. We had no rail? road station and, indeed, one old farmhouse was the total sign of life about the place. Since then the railroad has erected a fine brick and stone freight station, one of the largest on the road, and will shortly erect a fine passenger station, while the Clinch Yalle}- Company has spent, or is under contract to expend, $350,000. A four-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 26 September 1890

VOL. IX.-NO. 7. SPECIAL NOTICES. I\\ iu, SKIA4 BY AUCTION FOR Mrs. T. I'. Cord or, ut hor residence, cornerTazowoll and Henry streets, all of her housokold goods and furniture. Sale '"> coniinonoo at it) o'clock Satur? day m?rniug, September 27th. Hop2?-2t O. I,. STEVENS. Lansdowne Business and ResidenceLots Fivo hundred lots of this valuable property, all within the corporate limits of the city of Hoanoke, Va., will be put on the market OCTOBER I, 1890. This land lies between the Mel rose property and the Norfolk and Western railroad, and is the most valuable property yet placed upon the market in this city. It is situated east of the Roanoke Iron Company's furnace, and adjoining the Hyde Park Addition. The Norfolk and Western Railroad Company have recently purchased a portion of this property, and are now about erecting some valuable improve? ments thereon. Negotiations are just about closed for the location of a ?5,000,000 steed plant near the business portion of this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 26 September 1890

SOUTHWEST VlfiSiHlA NEWS. DKpFQHI) CITY. it'-uis nnil Uunncnlna* of Interest?Roa noke's Calr. Ukdfoko Crrv, Sept. ?[Special]? "Mr. Tighlmnn Arthur was married yes? terday to Miss Turner, both of tins place. Messrs. Mannable & McCurdy, con? tractors, have commenced the erection of two dwellings in Longwood. Miss Susio Strut ton, of Roanoke, who has beon visiting friends here, returned home yesterday. Tho contract for building a large brick tobacco warehouse, upon tin* property of the Bedford City Land Company's property, has been lot. As soon as the streets, which are be? ing opened by the lledford City Com? pany on the Burks and Kasoy tracts, are completed, that property will he put ?upon the market. The R. W Coffee Machine Company is making arrangements for the estab? lishment of a large manufacturing plant. E. S. Lott, of Boston, Mass.. is bore, and, we understand, contemplates en? tering into journalism, but in what form we are unable to state. The planing mills are b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 26 September 1890

AUTUMN "'FASHIONS. 'What Is Doinn Chos Los Grands Couturiers. Paris House* OftVr The'.r Cold-Weathok . aillllnory? Tho Troussouu of the Drlilo br tho Vlcomtb <lc Soze?-Wraps, Dross Stuffs nud Costumes, [Special Paris Correspondence.] [cprYMiCinT, 1800.] Tho arbiters of fashion in tho Kuo do la Fair and too Avenue do l'Opora aro busy wijth head wear for tbo autumn, in such shapes and materials as suggest tho early dropping of tho leaves. Cap? otes arc very snug, liko brimless tur? bans, showing only a little of tho hair on tho forehead, and usually adapted to wear with a lowcoifTuro behind. There arc smart littlo bonnets for afternoon wear and tho theater in velvet llowors with smaller blossoms for tho dladom brim than those employed for tbo crown, and usually in a contrasting color. Somo of tho most piquant con- j coctions are coronet bonnets composod j of bands of velvet leaves without crowns and adorned perhaps with clusters of ' upright feathers ovor tho eyes. Ono such...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 26 September 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. 1 to A NOK E TIMES I'DDLISIflNG CO., Publishers am) Proprietors. TIM KS BUILDING, .Third avenue and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE N UM BE Ii 124. Tiik Timks will l>c delivered in ltoanokc, Sn lein, and Vinton every morning by carriers for fifty cents per month. TEEMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, one month ,.$ .no " three months.1..K1 " six montlis.il.00 " one year.S.OO All panel's sent out of the city must be paid for invariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. Tnn Wrskt.y Timks, ci ntaining the news of the week in u more condensed form, ono year, $1.00 in advance. Advertising rates made Itnown on applica? tion. Items of news, communications, etc.. should be addressed to ihe Editor of Tiik Timks. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, ohequo, or draft, should bo ad? dressed and made payable to THE KOANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. ltoanokc, Virginia. Entered at tho Postofflccut ltoanokc as scc ?nd-cl...

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