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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 25 March 1890

INVITE CAPITALISTS FROM ALL PARTS OF THE COUNTK T IT o Investigate TJneoualled ^AND JURY SCO ^IFF'S OFF! HLATf vantages IN REAL n apply to th< U. - vr ? - till tio" section possesses the greatest combination of advantages to be FOUND IN THE SOUTH. with prospects brighte entre of 18,000 popula iinfanii^iar with thi adiction that ROANOKE ?^Loeated as she is in the centre of the ^reut irou arid coal ?lep >sits of Southwest Virginia, surrounded by an agricultural country unsurpassed, with a climate that attracts the tourist and pleasure-seekeat all seasons of theyear, watered by th amous McClanahanSpring, tn:'-:edup by th2 great Norfolk and Western railroad system, and the estdblishment of the largest car and locomotive works in the entire South, now employing 1,100 skilled mechanics nd soon to employ: ? >). .V c i ti2ss a l/aatages and the completion ofthe Shennndoah '/alley railroad, Roanoke started uponher prosperous career. ^ 5?TIT IS NATURAL Til AT ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 25 March 1890

%?ar? i aingels everywhere. DR. TALMAGE PREACHES A SERMON ON THEIR ATTRIBUTES. FASTER, jitisb, s?0ritis, dyspepsia, I sgr0f?la, I catarrh, ~i4 ^ll druggists tlood and Skin D! ?rldress i-jhey Are a Superhuman Kacc. Good, j Bri-nt a..a Almost Omniscient, lmt Tl?c5 I Cannot Folly Understand tbe Aboundhy Wonders of the TtedempUon. Brooklyn. March 23.?The a VP IV TT F omy of Music was filled to oy* A VXiJM UJ1*. this morning: by the TaVy gregation, and a lam strangers anxious iojjt preacher. After th> which comraeu'' I of the hymn, Best A White, OJc. 13 pounds Granulated for $1.00 I Dr. T jjud FINE TEAS. "CHEON" the best 50c. Tea in America. inexhaustible subjectr other realms of j^P' ransacked and r cd. No one/5 anything Jr have rea' line ok XT Best Granulated, ?c Hood and Skin D Iheiiic' FRESH ROASTED RIOS. ST., R1C?' tn'ST CARACAS, L AG U AY RAS, MARACAIBO, GOV'T JAVA AND MOCHA COFFEES ALWAYS ON HAND. ? As we make this line a specialty, we offer inducements to the public be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 26 March 1890

i Have opened a fall line of LADIES' BLACK . ~ II) J^E S S GOODS, in the city of Roanoke. BLACK CASHMERE, ,38 inches | "wide; 25 cents a yard. BLACK HENRIETTA, 46 inches j wide, 39 cents'a yard;' ALL WOOL BL^Q^-v?ASHMERE, inches wide, 50 cents a yard. 40 ALL WOOL BLACK HENRIETTA, 42 inches wide, 50 cents a yard. ALL WOOL BLACK HENRIETTA, j 42 inches wide, 69 cents a yard, j worth 75c. ALL WOOL BLACK HENRIETTA, 46 inches wide, 75 cents a yard, worth S7i. BLACK SILK WARP HENRI? ETTAS, 42x46 inches wide, at very | low prices. Novelties in BLACK HENRIET? TAS in fancy stripes and figures at 751 and 87i cents a yard. - ? . ? L*^~ ' OBTAINS from $1.00 up] to $i,.?Af. per paiiv We sell P" CENTEMERI KIDi GLOVES. ?23 HASSLER 1 ICBM. 134 Salem Ave., Roanoke, Va. j A CARD TO THE PUBLIC! WE TAKE PLEASURE IN AN nouncing to the public that we are receiving daily our ivnn ?SUCH AS A FINE LINE.OF? DRESS GOODS, TRIMMINGS ?TO MATCH.? We make a specialty in mourning Goods.300 pieces of Dress Ginghams f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 26 March 1890

umuetnmmiicgiui? X?3 Preparations: : lliterative, = MGELS EVERYWHERE. or. talmage preaches a sermon o.n their attributes. AND jpteraiiti URE FOR1 They Are a j-uperhunian Race, Cood, Bright and Almost Omulscient, but Tho* Cannot I'u.ly Understand the Aboun* inexhaustible sub# other realms o?.t rausacked arfnm ed. IsQjr a^^jSitsiuLoa. P^?cl up average Harted in Melbourne It is to be edited JSPEPSIA, I SCROFULA, YTondcrs of tho Redemption. J[ . .? nnn nr,,-. . , M_ _/bst only $?,000,000, and tho BROOKLYN, March 2?>.-r/lo the national treasury is ex emy of Music was filled!*-to amount to $o,000,000 a year for this morning by the ."next twenty years, gregation, and a. 'Xhe Engi^h Congressional Record traU?.^.'SawT^U,?! (Hansard's) will hereafter put after the report of each speech the time that was occupied in its delivery. Iu China tho man who lives nearest the scene of a murder is accused of the crime, and ho must prove his innocence or else stand the punishment. Tho Highlan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 26 March 1890

ALTEMM] iFORNJIIORsT^ 1 IbaTebeeaasufsro frca toaon aad 10m. Xy eatJoyor reeoa jjatadcd =o t: *.ry tie "A.B.C.Altera?>e." _. _ _I did so, tad Iults bw eatiwly reatorei. I bellere it to be an abiahte Blood Poris?. Gratitude pnapta tili tcttlaoalaL ALSS2T UUS5A7, Biobaoad, Ta. WcT) For Lung Troubles, for yean! have beea a (offerer from hag trouble. Haviagbeard _erA.S.C.ToaIeIcea oladei to tryit. It pre???ci very beaeflclal; ay oougb bat left ao; ay atpeUto ie good; I aa gaishj 2c:b i c treagtb _ DB. C. E. HASTJtAST, Biebaead, Va. EXPECTORANT. | FO FOR HACKING COUGH. . B. 0. Toal: ? Sxpectoraat _ IcanpletelycursdaeofSeeo tm tae lusgs fcUiwea by aiae?se cough. JOHN JOHNSON, Biobaead; Va. Treatise on Stood a?d Stin DivajMj4cWnw CCHEMICAL C0.,| B i 17 SOUTH iShTsTREEtT niMimili RICHMOND, VA. $TOb?r jBSAB FIELD REGULATOR CO. ATlANJ?ga Ci kay's specific medicine. The GrfiltVRAUS MARK *v English Reni ^ edy. Au un g3?^?* failing ci-re aS for S?HJvinnl 'v Weakness. Spermator rhea, I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 26 March 1890

gi?\imu??"??"??,"u,1,~ .Preparations: = ANGELS EVERYWHERE, i^?^^ - ransacked ?^V"1 dr. talmage preaches a sermon | ed. No on their attributes. | ^.^rm? SfUPPinrSnf 5 \ -^TC :l Sunerhuiniui Knee, Good, : r~ " H J Brlslit mid Alnicmt Oiuuiscient, but Tlie^'ir' Cannot I'ully Understnud tho Abo-unklar' Wonders of the Redemption. Brooklyn, March ifeg^ jemy of Music was filled Iff this morning' by the gregation, and a strangers anxious' T preacher. Arte- l& VENUE, which compbrd* of the hvm. ,m;:l?RS ? AT pp.. ' SCROFUtA, MTABB? = Best A. White, (He. Best Granulated, <c VifinoVis p??*gram?ated for *l0? . , ... ... ?? a f KuL DRUGGIE cer _ ?- _ tlc^Tand Skv FINE TEAS. Cridresa .^TM>' ^HEK^s"' "CHEON" the best .>0c. Tea in America. .m'ST./be t FRESH ROASTED RIOS. CARACAS, LAGUAYRAS, MARACA1BO, GOY'T JAVA AND MOCHA COFFEES ALWAYS ON HAND. . As we make this line a specialty, we offer inducements to the public below .... mart) any competition. __ GRE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 27 March 1890

VOL. VI-NO. 98. ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 27, 1MJO. PRICE - - FIVE CENTS S?YDER, HASSLER I UM Have opened a full lino of LADIES' BLACK DRESS GOODS, in the city of Roanoke. BLACK CASHMERE, .38 inches wide; 25 cents a yard. BLACK HENRIETTA, 46 inches wide, 39 cents a yard. ALL WOOL BLACK CASHMERE, 40 inches wide, 50 cents a yard. ALL WOOL BLACK HENRIETTA, 42 inches wide, 50 cents a yard. ALL WOOL BLACK HENRIETTA, 42 inches wide. 09 cents a yard, worth 75c. ALL WOOL BLACK HENRIETTA, 46 inches wide, 75 cents a yard, worth S7;. BLACK SILK WARP HENRI? ETTAS, 42x46 inches wide, at very low prices. Novelties in BLACK HENRIET? TAS :^ fancy stripes and figures at 75 and S7* cents a yard. LACE CURTAINS from $1.00 up fs* $10.00 per pair. We sell P CENTEMERI KID GLOVES. SNYDEE. HASSLER 4 MACRAE 134 Salem Ave., Roanoke, Va. t CLOTHIERS. HAVE AN That will appear in this space IN A FEW DAYS. SPECIA L BARGAINS ROSENBAOM BROS Different styles 10c. Ginghams at 8c. per yard. cent Gingh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 27 March 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. 1;>.?:;.Y AND WTEKKLYl An Independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political nterests of Roanoke and Southwest Vii inia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily iiie year. ?8.00 Daily, six months. 3.00 Dai-V, three months. 1.30 Oaiiv, one month. 50 VecSly. LOO Furnished to city subscribers, tree deliv? ery, fifteen cents, a "week, fifty cents a mouth, nd six dollars a year. Advertising rates furuished on applies ion attheoftice. For marriage and death notices, of ordi nary length, 50 cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and v-?' ? " d communications not returned bj. unless postage is sent for that purpose. Ever) stherday insertions will be charged the c?me as every day insertions, less 'JO per cent.; twice a week. 40 per ccut.; once a week, 50 por cent. Letters r "mtaining important news sohc Contr ts for advertising apply on to. there," lar busniess of adverti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 27 March 1890

WOUNDED BY INDIANS. Tiot Down by Crows at the Rozoman .Mines, Near Rozoman, Mon, I A respectable looking rnan,with both arms hanging helplessly by his side, ' "walked into Jones' drug store and pur / chased some medicine. Some com? ment was made upon his iuiurcd ? limbs, and he related a remarkable story, saying that he was the victim of an Iudian attack at th Bozemau - mines, near Bozemau, Mon., somcfivo ( weeks ago. / : The man suited that his name was Charles Brown, and that he was the ! ; superintendent of the mines. There shad been some disturbances between i I the Crow Indians and the whites dur / [ ing the last year, but for a mouth be [ j fore the affair took place which de I' I prived Brown of the use of his arms i there had been comparative peace. g The day tho attack was made most Fof the minere had gone to the city, i ? and Brown, Ayith a few others, was / j left. While standing outside of the ( ; mines, four Indians stepped from be j j hind some trees, and each seemed t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 27 March 1890

j, B. OMERA, I - Manager, C. D. KENNY, Tea Dealer ?AND? COFFEE ROASTER, 12 SALEM AVENUE. Best C. Yellow, 6c. Host A. White, &ic Best Granulated, 7c 15 pounds Granulated for $1.00 FINE TEAS. "CHEON? the best 50c. Tea in America. FRESH ROASTED RIOS. CARACAS. LAGUAYRAS, MARAOAIBO, GOV'T JAVA AND MOCHA COFFEKS ALWAYS ON HAND. As we make this line a specialty, we offer inducements to the public below any competition. - mart B.CHIPMAN. T.G.MA8SIE. W. L. ANDREWS. CHIPMAN, MASSIE & CO.. f^lE^^ILj sal 109 SALEM AVENUE. ROAN OK K. VA. City and Country property, Mine?al and Coal Lands sold. Houses and Stores rented and tolictious made. Branch Office-Salem, Vu., corasr College avtnae and Main street. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. mar27tf ggxagBBBBSBSBSBi MB?WB3BBBEB WONDERFUL BARGAINS. UNHEARD OF BARGAINS. Old Chestnuts have heard of them before, but everybody knows when JOSEPH COHN The Old Reliable Clothier ANNOUNCES THEM THAT IT MEANS MONEY IN FOUR POCKET. Commences todav....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 28 March 1890

VOL. VI-, TP Have opened if r/OK titiOM W'AI.V. 'Kl '!< rJ \ <>< 9T?C '?' -iiili.. ij? .M<i k, ?).'.!.:; to If vol vi? no. 99. ^Bi'*T2 l?tS ffiiKIB ,:; ? ?.?i.-;.l-.v y;:r. 510 ..;M.';i! V i?? i.n^i radbeil lo 1/ - 09 l? ?J??i ) liOf? Mt 7 IV a'yiii/i .'KI lo i i (?h.3 ! R?ANOKE, VIRGINIA, FRIDAY TO^OT Li_-1_1 iM?liai afci? ! m. r*lJtl?!? ito!iA;?toi?X3*?n? - ? r - ^ 1 i ? ' : if oiji:3ti?fc lifliioloifi J??iii r. >EXTS l<KI i i -. j ( t/tdJ pi^ice - - fiy riJVD HMR I MAC?ffi DR Have opened a full line of LADIES1 ) BLACK G the BLAOK wide: ?5 cat BLACK. wide, 30 ? ALL W 40 inehea ALLW 42 inehe* DRESS GOODS, in the city of Roanok4* BLACK CASHMERE, 38 inches wide; 25 cents a yard. BLACK HENRIETTA, 46 inches wide, 39 cents a vard. ALL WOOL BLACK CASHMERE, 40 inches wide, 50 cent* a yard. ALL i 42 iucQ worth 1 ALL WOOL BLACK HENRIETTA, 43 inches wide, 50 cents a yard. ALL" tJoifcJ ALL WOOL BLAOK HENRIETTA, 41 .i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 28 March 1890

KOAKOKMTIMES, FBI DAY, MARCH 28, 1890, v E TI)[ES.; Shy\: KEKLY) .t Democratic paper aaberial and political j jolie" and Southwest i'TlON It ATE . ??.o?< . s.oo ; . 1.501 50' . 1.001 * subj-.nhcrs, free dcliv ?-??k, nity cents a inomb. j Besar? . ' luriiiabed on applies death notice?;, of orai ?-WUt bo charge d, rtisemcsts rous*.' . paid ,'nto anonymous corrc-' t^d eommun icati ons not je?= postage is sent for t-rtiona will be ehargc d day Insertions, less 20 .><:k, 40 per coat.; once important new - sclic i Yertislng applj>onl* to .ef- oi advertisers. A . - ir QXe'ef regular business w III at transientrates. Xo con ,ng is traa*ierablewithout ittt of the propric-U"?ri i ^je posteilice *t Boenok. .-^ A -MARYLAND SENSATION. A Mlsnpnrcprlatlon of.Securities by the .St;?'?- Treasurer Allogotl. ASXAPOUS, Md., March 27.?The governor hvsl night laid the following ing communication before lioth houses of the general assembly, which created a most ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 March 1890

\aw??"c*;-.i... VOL. VI? NO. loo. UOANOKE, VIRGINIA, SATURDAY MORNING, MASlOIi 29, 1><J0. SJJTDEB. HASSLER I WM Have opened a full liueof LADIES' \! BLACK DRESS GOODS, in The city of Roanoke. BLACK CASHMERE, 38 im-hee wide: 85 cents a yard. BLACK HENRIETTA. 4<] inches wide, W cents a yard. ALL WOOL BLACK CASH MERE. 40 inches wide. 50 cents a yard. ALL WOOL BLACK HENRIETTA, 42 inches wide, 50 cents a yard. ALL WOOL HL V4 -KHENRIETTA, 42 iuehes widr. 60 ceurs a yard, worth 73e. ALL WOOL BLACK HENRIETTA, 46 inehe- wide. 73 cents a yard, worth tffi. BLACK SILK WARP HENRI? ETTAS, 42x4t; inches wide, "t very low prices. Novelties in BLAOK HENRIET? TAS in fancy stripes and figures at 75 and 87} cents a yard. LACE CURTvlNS from $1.00 up to $10.00 per pur. We seil P CENTEMER1 KID GL'?VES. i L-?t- :? ig .iie.c SNYDEH, PI HASSLER IMACBA1N. 134 Salem \vo., Ivu-in~>k>-.. V'*.. Sj; No tlonr >i!utf rr - nsu )? AL : iAGENT. RO/ nfhig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 March 1890

iSt^BSCBIPTION RATE Daiij me year... ?6.00 Daily, -six months;. .8.00 Dauv, three months. 1.50 Dairy, cue month. 50 VcesUy. 1.00 Frrrmshed to city subscribers, free deliv otr, fifteen cents a "week, fifty cents a month, i six dollars :i year, '-ertismg rates furnished on applica ?v the office, / v jft>r marriage .-tnd death notices, of ord) nary length, 50 cents will he charged. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. Xc ivttcntion given to anonymous corre Bpoadcnce, and re'.?^ d communications not returned b> im ?uiesu postage is sent for that purpose. ^ Bvew ether clay insertions will be ehargetrj the same as every day insertions, less 20 per cont.vtwice a week", 49 per cent*?, onct a week, 30 por ceut. Letters ??-?r.taiuicg importaa>hews solic ted. . jf^ . Contr..ts for advertising, apply only to the re/ lar bnsniess oi advertisers. Adver ttsem^ its outside olrcgubr business will be charger1 : tra at transient rates. No con? trac...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 March 1890

Burned A. Score o? -Olll unit wert, (nt?fyi?B WoAleii place with ?V M,m FenrlnVly Four KU.ed ?" in W* M ?h-^-Nearly & bco^ of men bruised and pw ?nr>r,Y-lme^ was literally SU " The bud^ v.-^^ o? .t pieces. patiOJi? county 09 yeari.ilA i^rival o ^S^epte^ ?je -, 0^ STAHOS ^^^f^y?>^^| r father. to shoot you.v> ^vashisgV v v;, ?My But I Jlac^^hol^dW^^j ,CK. rue of " ? ' it.qv\enec ory.i??? ,acU,di?? I ?.ge, and id to ??" k jjreeiuu ^ainpldet, I \ gy mad eittC Medi ?tt l?r for $5, <'r the receipt ng CP i. Kien iv?-'" , ...i.i.n to io"?^n -i-T^an* miurwa au tW m& Mac.N'.' liiin badl} Lanauhnn'siu.!' ,^l;"nVvandCreo:ue^^ mission bul.w Mr. Buckow, of r" th t ^Sfto consrea^ the c the eady neV itopuhhcan s? sl* aid that not Sins* oi ^St teVerythini omics. ?., nf Town, denied Mr. Strahle, oi w (V C^S"?nor,oiOh= slavery, a a i ?1 an S Ma?N?? in a street car was ir accide and ha? heen regard u correct es ably lall?d. mind. l3hTn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 March 1890

-AST*-' I 'aCT ..CM 1 rmb.west1 tin F. Tiq ?TION RATE S.00 1.50 . 60 . 1.00 ? subscribers, free ileliv xeel:, fifty cents a month, ar. i furnished on applica i.death notices, ot ordt s will be charged, .^rtisements must be paid ?tCto anonymous corre "*"d communications not ales* postage is sent for sertions will be ehargctr] day insertions, l.css 20 ,veek. 10 per cenW; once ? importaa.t'n^yirs solic vertising apply only to s ot athertisers. Adver oi regular business will fransient rates. No con ; is transferable without t ot the proprietors ot postotUce at Uosnoke as jns should be directed to J?AXOKE TIMES. Itoano ke. Va. g .-? .--.-uerairtgs. ad 1 ? ;?eU & Christ^ftU'^orug . .. cbeirl riving aw^y" tawieir ous} *cs of so. aany fr^rt^^ffbottles cf Dr. King's New" J^jbscovery for Coniiumption Thoiftjrafle is simply enormous in this very-VSluable article from the fact .j4tutrit always cures and never disap points. Coughs, colds, asthma, bron chilis, croup and all throat and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 March 1890

':.j;Xrp,N- S^Otf P.i-^ST. ^,n^^^^.:-.*fc <;u,v"5vi The. Souse' ?>'?.'.??' ' * ,, . ??? ? V . .1- I'l' 'Hoase VW-1 ^ ?>v *n;t i*<-?rtMii?l?3 \\no Ar? Jllaidnjj, Chcaou, Movch 36.?Nearly a score t I of' tuen were, fearfully burned and p^ECBjsH- I bruised and probablyfour killed, out ^Tbe GreatVH?cbmaricI ili -Evening .by mo explosion of ..?m?sh R, in starch, dust in ihi- annex of the h/g edy. Ap um- ?Ifr^fe j ?UT%f Vfmer/ at the foot of TaviW telling;. >ure 5*-.{'street ' The buiMtne was literally or St-miiml ^ ^ j bloiy#td pieces. A large section of it - 1 ?1... vi ? i ??.??*?''.^ fa. above the kneo.: tteatioU and - ^#?SfSp??li. hut was the s^xlcn took u, tue met at 11 oc^;,:^^ .-^^?2* mission bill wV^caWli ?^^?--n*~-T ation* i i 5 ?i pcnnsvlvania. an togonuspd the mea,uce, u b it wa, a bribe held out tMgg?J lhe idy six ! KH N ATI O N A I TYPEWRITER 1 nure in the starch building and uotning uo.v ?0?*?s that lead to in- a correct...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 March 1890

?thwest' Dsil> sue year.. Daiiv, six months,. o*vw Dai-V, three months.1?50 Daiiy, one month. 60 Veefelv. *?w Fu*nnshe?'to citv subscribers, free deliv? ery, fif teen cents r week, fifty cents u month, " "i sis dollars a year. ? 'rertlsing rates furnished on applica ?v ?x-iho office. - ? " v i^ormarriftge and.death notice*, of oral mty length, 50 cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. So attention giver.to anonymous corre? spondence, and rel<?*'-d communications not returned by jiSuunless postage is sent for . that purpose. v EvcS Mherday insertions will beehargeu^ the s?me as every day insertions, Uws u0 per cent.; twice a week. 40 per cent-.; once a week,50 percent " - Letters c miming importai^THjsrs sohe tcd. > ? Controls for advertising.apply only to the re? iar busniess o? advertisers. Auver Hsemv.its outside of regular business will be charge.' ? tra at transient rates. N o con? tract fcr advcriisiug i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 March 1890

=^1 i?p-CBIti EGUI?TCR CO. ATLANT CSrAlLaKUGStSil& PWHFR MtKOICIXK. The GreatTHADE mark afKu?!ish Rem edy. -Au un >mi|iiiir eure B ror.iJ$e?J!t[j?l Sperinator- r .rliea, ImpOs^ fffei;;-y, . ami/n:*: \; ?. I hot follow w; a sequence j s -: h-s lo>s of ??ie:t.or>, Uni ;tude.p-w:i in the back,dim jir. pr.'uuit ure old ?.ge, und (?diseases that lead io in-j iwsumption and a preema :>;irticulan? in onr-'pamphlet, ?a.Bsire tosend free -by mail ,ue- ?2?"The Specific iledi i:jb-y>U druggistsnt $1 i?er| ::^f'."?rx packages for ?5. or j ,j free Kv mail outhr receipt, mev, bv ^.Sdressiijp i\\ MEBTCiNfcl CO., Buffalo, N. Y. omt Of Counterfeits, we have j ? :he Yeliow Wrappei; the only I Koanoke. Ya.. by Budw?H,' i) & Hnrbee. - janlid !y KHN ATI ON AI. TYPEWRITER I i-tfici!) mrAvh*ss it;:iciii<-e F !> la.wd Studs' ni>ru >*ry v.-i . . tt\ >? ii.Lt. w..rrr?-.&am...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 March 1890

KENNEY'S ROASTED COFFEES AVE THE BEST AND CHEAPEST } B, OMERA, -\ - Manager, C. D. KENNY, Tea Dealer ?AND? COFFEE ROASTER, 12 SALEM AVENUE. PURE SUGAES AT COST. Best C. Yellow, Gc. Best A. White, 6ic. Best Granulated, 7 15 pounds Granulated for $1.00 FINE TEAS. "CHEON" the best 50c. Tea in America. FRESH ROASTED RIOS. CARACAS, LAGUAYRAS, MARACAIBO, GOV'TJAVA AND MOCHA COFFEES ALWAYS ON HAND. As we make tills line a specialty, wo offer inducements to the public below any competition. marl) H. CHTPMAN. T. G.MASS1E. . W.L.ANDREW CIIIPMAN, MASSIE & CO., , REAL ;. ESTATE/. AGENTS, 108 SALEM AVENUE, ROANOKE, VA. City and Country property. Mineral aud Coal Lands sold. Houses aud Stores rented aud Collections made. Branch Office? Salem, Va., corner College avenue aud Maiu street. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. roar27tf FRANCIS B KEMP 4 CO, Real Estate Agents, Have just placed on the market the Beautiful Lots of the HYDE PARK LAND COMPANY, FOR FROM $250 TO ?300 PER LOT. At terms to su...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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