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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 October 1890

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. The Times' Telegraphic and Local Market Reports. New York, Out I.?[Special]?Ex? change active, strong at 4S2%@487%. Monoy easy. 2 to 4. Sub-treasury bal? ances? Hold, 8153,000,000; currency. S5,* 070,000. (Sovernmcnt bonds dull, steady. State bonds dull, steady. Ala. C A 3 tob. 103% N. W. prof_00% do. Cl. 114s. .107 X. Pan.30% Ga.7smort|r'o.l01%iN. l'ac. prof.. 70% N. COs.133% Pac. Mall_41% do. . Is.07 'Reading.40!* S. C. con Rr... ?U 'it. ?fe \V. P. T'l 10% Tenn. 08.100 Rock Island.. 80% Tenn. sett. :is. 73% St. Paul. 053? Vir. Os. 50 St. Paul prof. 110% Vir. consuls... 00 Tex. Pacific.. 10}* Ch. ?Sj N. W.. .108% Tn.Coal & Ir'n 43% do prefer'd.. 142 |Unlon Pacilic. 54% Del. & Lack... 144.'; N. J. Con.115 E. Tenn., now. 24 :Mo. Pacific... 70 J* bake Shore ... 8;',,' West. Union . 82? L. & N.107% Cot. Oil T. C.. 20% Mem. Char.. 84%'Brunswick .;. 27 Mob. & Ohio.. 03 Mob. &0.4s.. 0.1'; N. &amp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 October 1890

CONFIDING WRENS. A Oouplo of tho Birds Rnisoa Fam? ily in a Lottor-Box. Kloo Summer Qunrtors DUcovorr-tl liy a ? Xvathinrod Woanr-lto nml Iii? Itrlilo Take I'ossosKlon Without Delay uml Bpoml u l!:t]>i>)- Season. During tho spring n pair of wrons ?flitted into tho well-shaded grounds that surround a gentleman's residence on tho Providence road, writes a Scrantort (Pa.) correspondent of tho New York Trib nne, and began to search for a summcr horao. A son of the owner of the place?, ' who was sitting on the veranda at tho i time, saw the cheerful little birds when they arrived, and ho studied their move-- j monts all tho forenoon. They flow ! about tho cornices of the bouse for sev? eral minutes, surveyed every nook and corner that looked secluded, and then alighted on a shade tree and compared notes. For sorao timo tho birds had a confab in low and gentle tones, their 1 notions indicating to the young man that j they hadn't found a placo that exactly ! suited th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 October 1890

WI FT^S_SPEC IFIC J?OJi renovating the entire system, eliminating all Poisons from the Blood, whether of scrofulous or malarial origin, this prep? aration has no equal. . . thai* S.S.S.Gp "For eighteen months I had an eating sore on my tongue. I was treated by best loeal physicians, but obtained no relief; the sore gradually grew worse. I finally took S. S. S., and was entirety cured after using a few bottles." C. It. McLcmore, Henderson, Tex. TREATISE on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Tub Swim SPECIFIC Co.. Atlanta, Ga. FOR TUMORS. Ihavctco.-iaciffcrer j frcm turaora aad sorce. liy employer rc::rc I raended mo tc try tao 'A.B.C. Alterative." ^m^^mmmnsT^iS I did to, lad Bttfl tc:a e-.'.irolyrc:torel. 1 belicvo it to to au a'csoluto Ele:3 iurlficr. Qratltade prora;*- this twUnodal, AL"E?.T JJDESA?, ?i:ixor.i, Va. OHIO. nun \mi> j^Fcr Lung Truublcs. for years I have isca ] a cufTcrcr frera luag trsnU?. Ea-lnghcari _J of A. B. C. TcnLc Ie:a cluicitouyit. It proved very...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 2 October 1890

Have opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods, cashmeres, serges, henriejtt?s, 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, Btttterick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October just received. 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-story hotel, the finest in Southwest ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 October 1890

f N. SALE & CO., Real Estate Agents, BEDFORD CITY, \ A VOL. IX-NO. 13. SPECIAL NOTICES. ri^HB DAILY TIMES IS KEPT ItE JL gularly for sale at the news stand of ALFRED S. BURDETTE vV. CO., Salem, Va. Tins Timkb oan be found regularly for salo in Roanoke at the book-stores of OHO. CJR?YATT, .)".. and M. L. SMITH, also at DALLIS & DENNIS' News Stand. .1015 JAM KS' MISTAKi;. He (J nibbed the Wrong Mini mill Will See Illzxuuiier. Considerable exoitemont was oeon sioned on Coinmeree street last night about ti o'eloek, near the depot, by the antics of Joo .lames, a drunken negro. When just in front of Huff, Andrews ?& Thomas' warehouse on that thorough? fare ho seized Mr. J. W. Ruck, a white man and claimed that he bad taken 8>4 from hfm. Mr. Ruck was naturally very much incensed and a struggle at once ensued. The scuttle soon attracted a large crowd and Ollloor Wade among them. The lat tor arrested James, and at bis own re? quest Mr. Ruck was ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 October 1890

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA NEWS. BASIC CITY. ttulldiag Active?An Order for Half n Mil? lion Bricks?A Now Depot. r?.\s:r City, Oct. S.?[Special]?Tho Car Shops Company will at onoc begin Jbo.Oi? otion of 810,000 worth of cottages for tho use ot their employes. A new postollice has been established midway between Middlchrook and Swoope, this county. It is known as "Baylor" and .lames llaylor has been commissioned as postmaster. Tbe Basic City Hardware Company has just given an order to a Harrisburg, Pa., firm for one-half million of brick to be shipped to this place at once. Those brick will be used in finishing tho walls of the company's mammoth building, and will begin to arrive in carload lots to-morrow. It is the intention of tho company to have the buildings com? pleted, the machinery up and in run? ning order and everything ready for work by Dccembor 1. Genera] Superintendent Geo. W. Stevens, of the Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Company, has authoritively announced thai a large and commod...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 October 1890

WOtaLlVBE SLEUTHS. .Souths Who Aspiro to Be Pull Fledged Detootivos. Sfi? Mournful Tale of Joel Kndkln-He Came to Chicago, Only to l'tnd That 111? Genius IVima't Ap? preciated There. [V. Thoro is probably no occupation which Itfor tho romantically inclined dime-novel ifiend possesses such a charm as that of "tho detective. To tho bravo boy with nerve of iron jand sagacity unparalleled, who Ej^Q 0*1 ttho shady sidoof a straw-stack ten hours lOutof tho twenty-four reading talcs of '"Pang-Tooth Jim tho Jumper," "Iland 'somo Harry tho Hustler," or "Scar jFaced Scully the Scout," tho life of the ?dot^ctlvo is crammed full and running Over with poetry". In fact, his lot is cast ?but a fow miles this sido of Paradise. The idea, says tho Chicago News, of [being the very brain which dictates tho movements of tho strong arm of tho law is to tho 'heated imaginations of these amateur grangers something sublime. !To rectify tho wrongs of tho innocent and helpless, to pursuo to conviction |the vi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 October 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. JSVEBY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. KOANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors. \ TIMES BUILDING, Third avenue and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 134. Tnr. Times will bo delivered in Uoanoko, Sa? ttem, and VInton every morning by carriers for fifty cents per month. TERMS,BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) .Daily, one month.$ .50 thi-ce months.I .SO " six months.3.00 ** ono year.u.00 All papers sent out of tho city must bo paid Tor invariably in advaucc. THE WEEKLY TIM KS. Tiie Weekly Times, containing the news of tin week in a more condensed 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 of Tin-: Times. Remittances, by express, money-order, reg? istered (titter, cheque, or draft, should be ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. ltoanokc, Virginia. Entered at tho Postoflico at Uoanoko as sec? ond-class matter. roanoke, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 October 1890

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. The Times', Telegraphic and Local Market Reports. Nkw Yonk, Oct. 2.?[Special]?Ex? change quiet Bteady at 482%@487%. Money easy. :i to 5. Sub-treasury bal? ances? Cold, $153,407,000: ourrenoy, 85, 705,000. Government bonds dull, steady. State bonds dull, stoady. Ala. CA2 tob. 103 %.N. W. prof_ lit) do. ci. r. 4s.. 107 N. Pao. 30 Qa. 78inortg'b.l?T% N. Pao. pr?f.. 70% K. C,???.12(1 % Pao. Mail_ 11 '.; do. .is.08 Reading.;_40 S. C. con Ur... !>'.) 111. & W.V. T'l \Q% Tonn, (is.105 Rook Island. , so Tonn. sott. 3s. 73% St. Paul.ur?% Vir. (Is.50 I.St. Paul prof. 110'4' Vir. consuls... ?0 iTex. Pacific.. Ch. & N. W... 107% Tu.i onl & Ii 43 ' , do prefor'd. .14,2 Union Pacific. Del.&Laok...l44 N. .1. Con.114% E. Tonn., now. 34% Mo. Pacific... 7014 Lake Shore ... 8%|We8t. Union . 82% Ii. & N.107% Cot. Oil T. C.. :.'0r'< Mem. & Char.. 84% Brunswick.'.. 20% Mob. &amp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 October 1890

-~!??L.UJL!LJ~ '.THE COWBOY'S HOPE. Kot All tho Popular Idoas About Lariats Aro Correct. Who re In Cl fjnrrtto Pictures and Wild \Ta?t ; Shows Fall to Giro n Thoroughly Acou rr.lv IUci? of Lire on the llungre? Tbe Cowboy's High Heels. Tho modern management of cattle decs not oiler so extensive a field for tho nso of tho lariat as tho old system, says tho Kansas City Star. Up to within five or six years, to ho a good roper was over a question in making one's estimato of a good cowhoy, and tho boys woro very dexterous. Now, months may go with? out a ropo being taken from the saddle, and thoro aro peoplo in tho business who could not ropo their own horses. A lariat is usually of half-inch manilla ropo and is about sixty feet long. At one end tho ropo is bent backward and spliced into itself, making an cyolet for the ropo to run in and form tho loop. This cyolet is called tho hundoo, and as tho loop is grasped for throwing this Aus^oo is two foot forward of the hand ana by its weight as...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 October 1890

Pimples -AND Blotches j?RE EVIDENCE That the blood is wrong, and that nature is endeav? oring to throw off the impurities. Not/iing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. Sj ft is a simple %'egetable compound. Is harmless to the most delicate child, yet it forces the poison to the surface and eliminates it from the blood. I contracted a severe case of blood poison that unfitted me for business for four years. A few bottles of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) cured me. J. C. Jokes, City Marshal, Fulton, Arkansas. Treatise on TClood and Skin Diseases mailed free. Swin SriietFic Co.. Atlanta. Ga. 3 Preparations: Alterative, ft Tonic and Expectorant N! A. Jt. C. Chemical Co., Richmond, Va.: Having for ft tony time nuffered from, the effects of a. horrible blood trouble, and a fter remortlnn to medical ah It I utid other vim dies ie it h out bene? fit, I tried" A.. Jt. C. Alterative." I havo bet u entirely restoredf and it affords nicjtluaitiiro to attest Its vir? tue...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 3 October 1890

ILTo. HO Teffe Have opened an immense stock of brand new fall ?oods, cashmeres, serges, Henriettas, all-wool habit cloths and Scotch plaid suitings in all the newest shades and color? ings, new blankets, comforters, hosieiy and underwear, zephyr and Saxony yarns in all shades, Butterick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October just received. tf 134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia. RICHLANDS. 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...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 October 1890

N. BAtiB & CO., Re \1atato Aprenta. BEDFORD CITY, V?. VOL. IX.-NO. 14. INSIDE PROPERTY AT BOj^lsrOKB, The great industrial center of Virginia. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1890. Woodland Park, Three blocks from the established busi? ness center of Roanoko. at the junction of the Norfolk and Western and lloan? oke and .Southern railroads, has been subdivided into lol^s. and will be sold at auction October IT. Scheduled prices will admit of from 100 to 1100 percent, profit to the purchasers in the immedi? ate future. A large attendance of buy? ers is expected from all parts of the country. This sale will inaugurate i be great fall activity hi the Koanoke real estate market, and is the best oppor? tunity over offered for both quick turns and permanent investment. One of tho most noted auctioneers in tho country will officiate. Watch the newspapers for further announcements of this ex? traordinary sale Woodland Park has long been hold with tho idea that, tho city would take it and ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 October 1890

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA NEWS. ivanhok. ktU>tn068 of livery Kind In Full Activity? Developments lit all I.lues. IVANHOB, Oct. 3.?| Special |?Iviinhoc is beginning to make good its claim as the center of the greatest mining dis? trict of the South. Each day large ore trains from tho Gossan Holds, just above here, are made tip at this place for the Pillaski and Koanoke furnaces. Several parties of capitalists and pros? pectors have been in our town the last week looking up investments in town and mineral properties. The Messrs. Krodhead, large owners of iron and coal properties, both in Pennsylvania and Alabama, have been at tin: lvanhoo Hotel. They said the mineral wealth about Lvanhoosurpassed anything they had ever seen either Itorth or South. Work on the Ivanhoc Land and Im? provement Company's property is being pushed rccst energetically. In addition to the extensive grading done hereto? fore, the streets and lots are being furtln i improved. The new portion of the town, whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 October 1890

A MUSICAL PRODIGY. Playing the Piano Perfeotly at Five Years of Ago. iJttle Elisa lircidt Astonishes Musicians by I Tor Itomurknuto Performances? How Hit Oenlua Was Discovered by Her Itfotlior. Dressed in a light blue frock, a pretty straw bat and tiny boots, from tbo tops of whiob bung golden tassels, was gray-eyed Elsa Breidt, tbo five-year-old musical prodigy and daughter of Julius Breidt, of 2510 Cottago Orovo avenue, ?ays tbo Chicago Herald. She was ready to play for a party of musicians, and as she ran up to the piano in her homo sho laughed merrily at her mother, who was to assist her. .Speak? ing in German, Mrs. Breidt asked tho child to play something from Schumann. ,The child at onco dashed into "The ?Whito Horsoman," which sho played in perfect time and tune. Tho execution of the little hands was marvelous, und as tho child played picco after piece, final? ly closing her impromptu recital with a porfeot little melody of her own com? position, the musicians present wanted ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 October 1890

IIIMI THE ROANOKE TIMES. BVERY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. UOANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors. TIM KS BUILDING, Third avcnuo and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUM?Blt 124. TiikTimks will bodolivorcd in Koanoko, Sa Jem, anil Vfnton every morning by carriers for fifty cents per month. TEKM8, DY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, oho month.S.50 three months.LOU " .six months.;|-iji V ouo year.O.00 All papers sent out of the city must he paid .for invariably In advance. THE WEEKLY" TIMES. Tut; Wf.kki.y Tim es, containing the new? of ?th'o week in a nioro condensed form, one year, J1.00 in advance. Advertising nttcs made known on applica? tion. _ In ins of news, communications, etc.. should be addressed to the Editor of Tin: TlMKS, Itomiltanccs, by express, money-order, ro* Istored lottor, ohoquo, or draft, should be ad? dressed und made payable to THE UOANOKE TIMES PUBHSIUNG'CO. Iloanoko, Virginia, Kntcrcd at the Postoflice al Konnoke us BOC ond-olKS8 mattor. ROANOKE...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 October 1890

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL The Times' Telegraphic and Local Market Reports. New York, Oct. 3.?[Special]?Ex? change quiet, firm at 482%@487%. Money easy, 2% to 5, closing offered at 3. Sub-treasury balances?Gold. 8153, 000,000; currency, 85,880,000. Govern? ment bonds dull, steady. 48,133k, *%b| 104. Stato bonds neglected. Ala.C A3 tob. 103 do. Cl. 114s. .107 ?Ga. 7s mortg'e. 100 N. COs.134 do. .4s.'.?3 N. W. pref_ 59% N. Pao. 29 N. Pac. pref.. 75% Pac. Mail Reading. 37% S. C. con Rr... 100 R. & W. P. T'I 1!? Tenri. Os.100 lltock Island.. 70% Tenn. sett. 3s. 73% St. Paul.04 Vir. (is. 50 St. Paul pref. 110 Vir. consuls... 43 Tex. Pacific.. 13% Ch. & N. W... 107% Tn.Coal ?fc Irn 43 do prefer'd.. 135 iUnion Pacific. 52% Del. & Lack.. .143% N. J. Con.113% E. Tonn., now. 23% Mo. Pacific... 08% Lake,Shore ... 8% West Union . 82% L&N.107% Cot. Oil T. C . 10% Mem.&Char.. 83 % [Brunswick ... 37 Mob. & Ohio.. 03 |Mob. &a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 October 1890

TOWED BY A 'GATOR. A Thrilling and Dangerous Kid? on tuo Tall of a Saurian. David Yarborough owns an orange grove and an alligator farm on the St, Johns rlvor, in Florida, whero ho spends Iiis winters. When Yarhorongh bought this place, five years ago, says tho St. Louis Globo-Dcmocrat, ho issued orders to his tenants that no ono should bo allowed to shoot alligators on tho river at that point. Ho wanted them to grow and multiply until thcro were enough of them to furnish exciting sport. Not an alligator was killed on tho placo until last winter, when Yarborough took a party of friends down to tho farm for a month's fishing and hunting. All along tho river which bounded ono sido of tho farm alligators wero found in abundance, and shooting them wa3 tho favorite sport of tho party. Ono day Yarborough and his friends were out on tho river in a small boat to try their luck fishing. They wore very successful, and about sundown started borne. As they approached tho boat landing a huge 'ga...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 October 1890

Purely a veg< made entirely of roots and herbs gathered from the forests of Georgia, and has been used by millions of people with the best results. It CURES All manner of Blood diseases, from the pestiferous little boil on your nose to the worst cases of inherited blood taint, such as Scrofula, Rheumatism, Catarrh and SKIN-CANCER n j 1 Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed tree. S mift Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ga. ?3^l??^V^F|^'3 Preparations: The Judge of Hanover County speaks. Tim. Howard suffered for three years with lung and threat troubles, antl last spring was thought by his neighbors to , be dying. 1 heard of his condition and I gave him A. B. C. Tonic. !ts effect was } magical. In a very short time ho was able to leave his bed, antl now regards himself a well man. Cthars in this vicinity have taker, tho " Tonic " with pronounced benefit. Very respectfully, S. C. REDD, Beaver Dam Depot, Hanover Co., Va. SOLD BY ALLJ3RUGGISTS. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 4 October 1890

ZLnTo- llO Teffe ONE-PRICE ST Have opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods, cashmeres, serges, henriettas, ?ll-wool habit cloths and Scotch plaid suitings in all che newest shades and color? ings, new blankets, comforters, hosiery and underwear, zephyr and Saxony yarns in all shades, Bntterick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October just received. ONE-PRICE STORE, tf 134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia. HIGHLANDS. X,ast 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 ver}' 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 Valle}' Company...

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