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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 30 September 1890

POL. IX.?NO. 10. - SPECIAL NOTICES. ?piiE DAILY TIMES is KEPT. RE -1. gularly fof ?aloat the neu :* stand of ALFRED S. BURDETTB & CO., Salem, Va. Tin: Times can bo found regularly for sale in Roanoko nt tho book-stores of OED. (iUAVATT, Jh.. and M. L. SMITH, also at DALL1S & DENNIS' Ne\vs Stand. rpHE STOCK AND FIXTURES OF X tbo most profitable business in Southwest Virginia is now oirered for sale. Stock probably 92,500. Oood rea? sons for selling. Address BROWN BROS.. Salem, Va. sep^'H-nt Lansdowne Five hundred lots of this valuable property, all within the corporate limits of the city of Roanoko, Va., will bo put on tho market OCTOBER I, ?890. This land'lies between the Mclro.se property and the Norfolk and Western railroad, and is the most valuable property yet placed upon the market in this oity. It is situated eastof the Roanoke Iron Company's furnace, and adjoining the Hyde Park Addition. The Norfolk and Western Railroad Company havn recently purchased a portion of thi...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 30 September 1890

rrrxRsmreb. .A IjhSjV Exciting Experience Wlttt it Negro Luiiutlr. pKTKRSUURG, Va., Sept. 29.?[Special] ?A colored nian named Henry Gatllug, an escaped lunatic from tho Colored In ?ano Asylum of North Carolina, went to the residence of a lady, residing in Isle of Wight county, a short distanco from the station, and under threats of mur? dering her with a large butcher knife which ho had in his hand, demanded twenty dollars. Tho lady told tho negro that she did not have the money in the bouse, but if satisfactory she would give him an order for tho umount wanted on her lawyer at Windsor, a station on tho .Norfolk and Western railroad. This was satisfactory to the lunatic and going to tho lady's stable ho took one of her host horses and drovo oil rapidly to Windsor. In tho meantime a messenger had been sent to Windsor to notify tho au? thorities what had occurred, and re? questing the arrest of the negro. When the negro readied Windsor on horse? back he had his butcher knife strapped ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 30 September 1890

THE PENSION OFFICE. Jtts Checks Regularly Go to All Parts of tho Earth. Seven Hundred Thouiund ?'onnlor?pra on [Tliole Snm'H Holl of Itenrllflarlott? Wlu-ro Thoy tiivo mill How They Draw Thuir Allowunce. c During tho present fiscal year, says tho Washington l'ost, tho oightoon agencies will bo called upon to disburse about 8110,000,000 to 570,000 pensioners pensioned under tho laws enacted prior to June, l?'JO, an increase of :55,000? there being at the close of last year about 535,000 pensioners on the roll? and 816,000,000 to 130,000 pensioners who will come under tho provisions of the dependent bill, making a total dis? bursement of 8135,000,000 to 700,000 pen? sioners. There aro 120 difforont rates paid to theso pensioners, varying from S13 to 82,500 per annum. Congress appropri? ated 8250,000 for clerk biro for tho vari? ous agencies, and 872,000 for salaries for tho oightoon agents, making tho ex? penses of disbursing tho 5125,000,000 for pensions 8322,000, this being about on...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 30 September 1890

THE ROANOM TIMES BVEBY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. HOANO?F. TIM KS PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors. TIM KS BUILDING, . aird avenue and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 124. Thk TiMrs will bo delivered In Koanokc, Sa lom, and Vlnton every morning by carrion for fifty cents per month. TERMS,BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, one month ,.S.W *? three months.l.?J ?* six months.?.?j ** one year.??00 All papers sent out of the city must be paid for invariably In advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. Tun Wkkki.y Times, containing the news of 1ho week in a more condensed form, one year, J1.00 In advance. Advertising rates made known on applica? tion. Items of news, communications, etc.. should l>c addressed to the Editor of Thk Timks. Keiiilttatice.i, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter,cheque,or draft, should be ad? dressed and made payable to THE koanoke TIMES publishing co. Itoanoko, Virginia, Entered at the PostofDcoat Koanokc as scc ond-eluSS mutter. ROANOKE, VA., SEPT...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 30 September 1890

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL The Times' Telegraphic and Local Market Reports. NEW Youk, Sopt. 2!).?[Special]? Exchange quiet, 481%(?>485%. Money easy, closing at 3. Sub-treasury balances?Gold, S154,857,000; currency, $5,430,000. Government bonds dull, lirmer. Stato bonds dull, Bteady. Ala. C A 2 to b. 103%,N. W. prof-<H) do. Cl. 1? 4s.. 100 JN. Pac. 30 Ga. 7smortg'o.l01%lN. Pac. prdf.. 75% N. C.Os.130 do..4s. H8 S. C. con Br... 00 Tonn. Os.100 Pac. Mail.... 40% Reading. 40 R. & \V. P.T'l 10? Rock Island.. 80 Tonn. sett. 3s. 72 j St. Paul.05H Vir. Os. 50 <St. Paul prof. 114% Vir. consuls... 00 Tex. Pacific.. 18?? Cb. & N. W... 107%.Tn.Coal & Ir'n 43% do prefer'd.. 143 'Union Pacific. 54}.; Del. & Lack.. .140) j' N. J. Cen.118 E. Tenn., new. 2i% Mo. Pacific... 00% Lako Shore ... 8% West. Union . 83 L. & N.107 % Cot. Oil T. C.. 21J j Mem. & Char.. 83% Ih-unswiek . .. 27.'j Mob. it Ohio.. 03 Mob. & O. Is.. 05% N. &0. Pa., 1st 38% Silver Cor-U0& N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 30 September 1890

FEMALE CONVICTS." Bow Thoy Aro Troatod la tho In? diana Stute Reformatory. Jiot.So Hnrdenc.l V.'Iiosi Kliiduoxs nnd cson tio Metlimlts of ISeprimaml Are ITnod ? Tji<< "Disgraco Table" nnit tho Oooit Work It Il.i i Dm.i . Tho fomalo reformatory is one of (ho most important, and host conducted 'in? stitutions in tho State, states tho In? dianapolis Sentinel, and that is saying a great deal; for no other. State in tho Union is better equipped in this respect than Indiana. The lady who worked the bill through the Legislature, super? vised tho erection of the building and managed tho institution wbilo she lived was a pupil of Mrs. Tage, of England, ?who first conceived the idea, and who importuned Oeorgo IV. until he started an institution on her plan, which is a lasting monument to her for tho grand work sho did for her sox, as is every other female reformatory in tho world. And the millions of women who through this means will bo saved and mako useful and valuable wives and mothe...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 30 September 1890

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 30 September 1890

Have opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods, cashmeres, serges, heiiriettas, all-wool habit cloths and Scotch plaid suitings in all the newest shades and color? ings, new blankets, comforters, hosiery and underwear, zephyr and Saxony yams 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 Valley Company has spent, or is under contract to expend, $350,000. A four-sto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 October 1890

VOL. IX?NO. IL special notices. IillE DAILT TIMES IS KBIT RE - gularly for sale at the news stand >f ALFRED S. 11L' RDETTE & CO., Salem. Va. Tiik Times can he found regularly for ;ile in Roanoke at tho book-stores of 1EO. GRAVATT. Jit., and M. L. SMITH, also at DA I.LIS & DENNIS' |New.s Stand. Lansdowne IBuamess and ResidenceLots ? Five hundred lots of this valuable ?property, all within tho corporate limits Hof tho city of lloanoke, Va., will be put |on the market OCTOBER J, 1890. This land lies between the Melrose property and the Norfolk and Western railroad, and is the most valuable property yet placed upon the market in this eity. It is situated east of the Roanoke Iron ICompany's furnace, and adjoining tho 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 11/ .its thereon. \ Negotiations are just about, closed for the location of a 80,000,000 steel plant...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 October 1890

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA NEWS. .Attempt to lltirRlarir.o it Store?Two Acci? dent*?Child Dead. 7 MAiuON, Va., Sept.?30?[Special]? On last Wednesday night, Mr. dames Hector, who is clerking for Bailor & Co., atChilhowie.about ten miles west of the town, was awakened by a noise in the store room. Mr. Hector went out of the rear door of tho residence in which ho was sleeping and found that the hack door of the store was opened. Having loft his pistol in tho store Mr. U armed himself with a heavy paling and took his stand to the right of the store door. In a fow minutes a burly negro appeared nnd at tho same time Mr. II. dealt him a heavy blow on the head,felling him to tho ground. The negro arose and at? tempted to grapple with tho clerk but the paling was used so vigorously by Rector that the negro took to his heels and no (due has been found as to who he "was up to this writing. Last Friday afternoon, while Dr. J. P. Hill was riding down one of the back streets of the town, his ho.-se f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 October 1890

UTTING BABY TO SLEE?M '<tO tfa Very Easy Provided Papa ' H a Pationt Oroaturo. I n YOU .over b) . to cot a baby tt*t sloop? Not an c ,s< dinary, phlegmioou ic, spiritless bal b< that will fas,;, st itself to the \i. pi forated end ofue . rubber cap slip'ac. over a quart-hot Ma of milk and vulgji?g; ly gorge itself ii ^ ? agluttonlsh snoc,^ ? ?al, lively, rollicking rascalj^'j who doesn't intend snooz',, ... _ _* .V-Ii*!?!.* *JJr" ^ ac trino but a rc baby away any moro of his valuable" than ho has to. There have been ovenings, I dare say, when tho ploasuro of putting baby to Bleep has been yours. Your wife has had a sick headache, or sho has wanted to "run over to mother's," or into ono of tho neighbor's houses for something, and you have said: "Oh, no, of course not," whon sho has asked if you would mind getting baby to sleep after sho has undressed him. Perhaps, if it is a first experience, you aro rather glad of tho ohanco to con? vince your wifo that sho has fallen into ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 October 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, Third avonuo and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 184. Tiir Timus will Ik> delivered In Ronnoko, Su lotn.'and Vlnton every imn-uinir by carriers for fifty cunts per month. TERMS, BY MAIL, iPostogo Prepaid.) Daily, one month ,.$ .50 three months.1.50 " six months.tl.ot) " ono your.0-00 All papers sent out of tho city must he paid for invariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. Tm: Wr.HRi.y Timks. containing the news of tho week In a more condensed form, one year, 51.00 iii advance. Advertising rates modo known on applica? tion. Items of news, communications, etc.. should he addressed to the Editor Of TllK TlMKS. Remittances, by express, money-order, rcg istcre<l letter, chciiuc or draft, should bo ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TlMKS PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke, Virginia. Entered at tho Postofllco at Itoanokoas sec? ond-class mat tor. ROANOKE....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 October 1890

The Times' Telegraphic and Local Market Reports. St. Paul prof. 114 Tox, Pacific.. 10 Nkw York, Sept. 30.?[Special]? Exchange quiet, lirm at 482@480?. Money cnsy.all loans at 3. Sub-treasury balances?Gold, 3104,330,000; currency, ?5,010,000. Government bonds dull, firmer. State bonds dull, steady. Ala. C A3 tob; 104 ,N. W. prof- 50? do. Cl. 114s.. 107 |N. Pao. 30 Oa.7smortg'e. 101 ? N. Pac. prof.. 70% N. COS.130 !Pac. Mail_41.'4 do..4s.07 lUoading. 40? S. C. con llr... 00 R. &, W. P. T'l 10? Tenn. Os.105 |Rock Island.. 80? Tonn. sett. 3s. 72 St. Paul.05% Vir. 0s. 50 Vir. consuls... 00 Ch.&N. W. ..108? jTn. Coal&Ir'n 41Jj do profor'd.. 143 Union Pacific, 53? Del. & Laok... 140)4 N. J. Cen.110? E.Tonn.,now. 34? Mo.Pacific.. 00? Lake Shore ... ?% West. L'nion . 83? L. & N.1077s; 'Cot. Oil T. C.. 21 Mem. vtChar.. 84?>Urunswiok ... 37? Mob. A; Ohio. . Oil Mob. & O. Is.. 00 N. & O. Pa.. 1st 27? Silver Cor-112 U N. Y. Cen.101.', PKOUVCK AMI .MKRCIIANIMSi:. Nk...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 October 1890

IN OUT OF THE WET. ^Wltli No Apologlos to Somo Lady v Wrivors of Fiction. -v rtAT?RE, in her \ I B R'0*!" labora hAI ? tory, can work wonders with very poor iu str vi men t s. The instru? ments s li o used with which to mold the fair form of Leonora Scruggs wero one of those feeders of the world, a farmer's hired man, and a helle of tho culinary department sacrilegiously yclept a hash-jcrker. Leonora was a child of nature, and likewise of Peter and Helsoy Scruggs. Tho years go lleeting by with their cargoes of hopes and joys, of "nights Out painting tho town," of toil and moil, of Budwciser beer, of unpaid bills, of hoart burnings and other physical ail? ments, and Leonora Scruggs has changed. from tho budding convolvulus of sweet girlhood to the redder and full-blown pseonia of womanhood, and all unknown tto her, her falo is coming toward her, relentlessly, surely, sent by bis em? ployer to collect the price of a copy of "Samanlha at Saratoga." which Leo? nora, in a moment of abstr...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 October 1890

trade! s.s-.s. ESS, eradicates blood poi? son and blood taint. Cevhral bottlesof Swift's Specific (S.S. S.) ? entirely cleansed my system of contagious blood poison of the very worst type. Wm. S. Loomis, Shxeveport, La. SSS; cures scrofula even in its worst forms. Ihad scrofula In 1881, and cleansed my system entirety from it by taking seven bottles of S. S. S. i have not had any symp? honies toms since. any symp CW.Wilcox, Spartanburg, S. C. S.3;S. has cured hundredsof I cases of skin cancer. Treatise on Wood and Skin Diseases mailed 'ree. Swift SPECIFIC Co.. Atlanta, U.i 3 Preparations: Alterative, Tonic The Judge of- Hanover county speaks. Tim. Howard suffered for three years with lung ar.ti throat troubles, anil last spring was thought by his neighbors to he dying. I heard of his condition and gave him A. B. C. Tonic. Its effect was magical. In a very short time he was able to leave his bed, and now regards himself a well man. Others in this vicinity have taken the "Tonic" with ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 1 October 1890

n^To. mo Teffe Have opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods, cashmeres, serges, henriettas, all-wool habit cloths and Scotch plaid suitings in all the newest shades and color? ings, new blankets, comforters, hosiery and underwear, zephyr and Saxon}- 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 Valley Company has spent, or is under contract to expend, $350...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 2 October 1890

n. SALE ?; co., Real Estate Agents. BEDFORD city, VA. VOL. IX.-NO. 12. ROANQKE'S FIRE DEPARTMENT. Brief Sketches of the Various Volunteer Organizations. Tiu- {toys Who "itim with the Machine" ?The Vigilant'* l?hie ItitlhlliiK ami ' HiiiiitKomo Hall?The Junior Hose, l'ricntl-.Vip ami Other Orgniilxntiou*? Talks with the Lentler* on What the j Service Need*. While Roanoke's lire department is not all that is to be desired in every re? spect, yet it is very creditable to the bravo volunteer tire laddies. The de? partment is composed of tlyee com? panies, one in each ward. The city fur? nishes buildings, lights and fuel, and also keeps the equipments in good re? pair. With these exceptions the com? panies are sustained 'entirely by the efforts of the members. The depart? ment is under the direction of .las. ti. Knopp, chief; Owen Duggan, first assis? tant, and Jos. T. Engloby, second assis? tant. They have charge of the depart? ment at. tires, and each company has its 1 own organization...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 2 October 1890

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA NEWS. PKTIiKSHC KG. Cnudtdntc Kpes Taken the Sl-amp?Com Ing t<> Uoiuioke?Colony Pounders. PETERSBURG, Va., Out. 1.?| Special|? Idr. James F. Epos, the Domocrutio nominee for Congress for this district, ivill make his opening speech of the campaign ut Sussex Court House to? morrow (court day). Mr. Epes proposes to make a vigorous canvass. Mr. John Flowers, a well-known citi? zen of Sussex county, had his leg broken a few days ago by a kick from a horse. Dr. It. M. Anderson & Son. dealers in agricultural implements here, will short? ly open a largo lumber yard in Roanoke. This tirm is composed of wide-awake business men. The report of the port warden, sub? mitted to the City Council at its meet? ing this afternoon, shows that during the past quaror HO vessels arrived in this port, with a tonnage of 11,31)5.113. The value of the freight of tin' port, in? ward freight, for the quarter was 955, 132. The R. E. Leo Battery and the Peters? burg Grays, two white ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 2 October 1890

QlJEER" WESTERN DUELS. ? Curioaltio3 of tho Cocio of Honor oa tho Moxican Fioatior. llStrt ri;;h; ; for Lifo With tho XjMIO?Some - ?XIrnrinor I'celo'u Notorious Aohlnvo? Slont*?Ihicountors on tho Com ? took?Underground Ifighttt. Tho rlnta duol is not a now thing on tho Moxloan frontier. Indeed, tlicro Is hardly a big cattle range anywhere that has not its storio3 of hard lights with tho lasso. Such duels are hound to bo fiorco. Hut so skillful and quick do these ropa-throwors become that such a duel not unfeoquently lasts for hours. Probably tho best-remembered light of this sort, says the San Francisco Lx aininor, was that between a Texan known as Kid Long and a little Mexican who was only spoken of as "Gabilan"? hawk?on the great Lievro range. They circled around each other, dodging tho rapid throws from ten in tho morning until after sunset When the horses had almost givon out tho Texan tliYow at his adversary, who threw back so that his nooso passed right over tho other man's la...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 2 October 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. UOANOlCn TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors. TIM KS BUILD!NC. Third tivcnuo mid First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 134. Tiir Times will Im delivered In ltonnokc, Ba lom, and VInton every morning l>y carrion) for fifty cents per month. TEltMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Propold.) Dally, ono month.S ,r>0 ?* throe months.t.:VI " six months.!I.M *' ono year.U.OO All papers sent out of the city must he paid . for invariably In advance THE WEEKLY TIMES. Tub AVkkki.y Times, containing tho news of tho weck in n more condensed form, one year, 51.00 In advance. Advertising rates made known on applica? tion. _ Items of news, communications, etc., should he addressed to the Editor of Tim Tim bs, Remittances, by express, money-order, rojr Istorod letter, cheque or Uralt, should bo ad? dressed mi l made payable to THE UOANOKB TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Uoanokc, Virginia. Entered at tho Postofitco at Uoanokoos scc -ond-class ninttor. ROA...

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