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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 April 1897

??????????WM?????? ? "White Slave," "Virgtnin Budft," "Little Joker," ".Sum Jones" SAIOUOTO TOBACCO. I PITM AN & EVANS I VOL. XVII. NO. 1 TUB WE&THRH ? FoTecaHt for Virginia: Fair \ P, Htutionary temperature; vari? able winds. No Matter -whether you buv a wheel or -not, we will furnish hist rue -tor and Bieycle and give you -lessons absolutely IRRE OF charge. Let us know if you -wish to tako lessons. Roanbke Cycle Go ? E .LFlipp o.Man aof REDUCTION IX PRICK ?01 ? {Sterilized Malt Extiactf To I 5c bottle; $1.75 doz * One thousand eight hundred and sixty bottles sold last year. It is an ideal Spring Tonic, nnd especi? ally indicated in convalescence, general debility nnd Insomnia. Noil alcohol'..-. ? ROANOKE AGENTS, ! MASSIE'S PHARMACY. ? ^ <-^<>*e*#*$ J Waterman's A Fountain Pens! 4-We are pleased to announce A -that we have secured tho ex T -elusive agency for Waterman's % ??celebrated Fountain Pens for A-the city. There are n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 April 1897

GREATESfOF ALL PHYSICIANST Discoverer of Paine's Celery Compound to Whom Thou? sands Owe Their Life and Happiness. "Excepting its handful of magnificent I statesmen and its military heroes," says the most recent writer upon America, j "the people owe more to Dartmouth's physician-teacher than to any one man. "In every wall? of life, among the high est officeholders at Washington, in the homes of the best people in the large cities, among the every day folks of the country, families in comfortable circum? stances, families that 'live from hand tu month' and could not, if they wished, afford ttie services of any but an ordin? ary physician?everywhere I have met people to whom Paine'8 celery compound has been a biessing." The story of the life-work of this giant among men bus been often told and is familiar to most readers. The likeness above is probably the best portrait of him yet printed. Tt was the world-famed discovery of Prof. Phclps of an infallible cure for those fearful ills t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 April 1897

Supreme Court's'Antitrust De? cision. STABILITY OF RAILROAD RATES. Vears That Rato Wars Will Cause Divi? dends to Disappear?The Decision of the Court Also AflVtitH Labor Unions?The Annexation or Hawaii. Washington, AprH 9.?[Special.]?It was rnther unfortunuto for the MoKlnley policy of restoring confidence and prosper? ity that within less than a month after his inauguration tho supremo court should hand down on unexpected decision which strikes ut tho prosperity of tho railroad in? dustry. Tho president had played his part nil right. Ho had set the ways and means committee to work throughout tho winter. A tariff bill was ready for tho now congress whon it inct in extraordinary session. That bill has been passed and sent to the senate within less than a month after Mr. Mc? Kinley entered tho Whito House But meanwhile the supromo court decision de? claring that railroads are amenable to tho Sherman antitrust law came along and nil tho good effects of tho policy of restoring prosperit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 April 1897

AT COST FOR CASH! Having purchased the entire stock of ? 11 Mon Siii Furnishing Goods WALTER's'lANGDON, declining business, we will on I Saturday, April 10th, offer the entire stock at NET COST for Gash. City" Goods i\re nil fresh, but for wnut. of room we are compelled to sacrifice them. Don't wait until they are all picked over. -THE MEALS & BURKE Clothing Company, 302 Salem Avenue. 305 Henry Street. VIRGINIA ENTERPRISES. Many New Undertakings in the Old Dominion, Dig Stone (ran?John Crowcll is test? ing certain clays with a view to erecting a pottery. Danville?The Riverside Cotton Mills will put in 170 new looms, making 2,751 in all. Denmark?Ollie Grecver has awarded contract tor the erection and completion - of a roller-process flour mill. Independent Hill?The owners of the gold mine near Independent Hill have a complete mining plant now in operation. From present indications operatons will be enlarged in near future. Luray?The Luruy Mill and Elevator Company will im...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 April 1897

ANNOUNCEMENT -OF FINE AT -ON April 7, 8, 9. Y e respectfully invite the Ladies to our opening of FINE MILLINERY! -ON ? Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, next, When we will display the most select assortment of French Pattern Hats and Bonnets ; also all the Newest Novelties in Fine Ribbons, Flowers and Feathers. In addition to our Millinery Open? ing -we will also show the Finest and Largest Assort? ment of NOVELTY Dress Goods, both in colored and blacks; also a fine line of Imported and Domestic WASH FABRICS! Jill of the newest and choicest designs. A cordial invitation is extended to one and all. 28 Salem Ave POWDER Absolutely Pure. Olobrated for Its great leavetdng Btreuy th and hoilibtalneas. AtsoreB the rcod agalntt slam and all forme of acnlteration common to cheap brands. HovAi. Making Powiihh Co.. New York. SOME LOCAL NEWS Did you know that Bachrach purchnsed all the shoes owned by Gilkcou <& Tay lor? Well he did. Ho wUI divide his bar? gains with you. Al...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 April 1897

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 April 1897

What's the Use of Waiting ? *? They " say all things coine to him wno waits," but we have no been waiting, and wo don't propose to wt.it. We KNOW our price* aro right, our work ?-1,. and if you don't bring us work wo will come alter it, in onv way or another, either by bringing to your nolico our prices, facilities and quality of execution, or personal interviews. We are not grumbling; far from it. We've had our jhnro; we are still getting our share. But we have placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with r:uch facilities as to command admiration from all ith whom wo have business intercourse. We are not waiting; haven't time to wait An Up-to-Date Printing Office. One of the vows the writer mado when ho was "devil" in a country printing office was, in effect, that if ho ever owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would be kopt clean, at least by comparison. At that time he hardly felt the force of tho vow, for he has learned after years ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 April 1897

Suits AND Top Coats. ALL BRAND NEW GOODS. NO OLD STOCK.^ T Everything spick, span and now, rnado up by artists and fit to perfec ! tion. It matters not what your shape . is I can flt you. If you buy and aro not satisfied, your money back is your protection. ?SUITS FOR MEN i $7.50, $8, $9, $10 and $12 \ Are the popular prices and I have others fcr less mouey and some higher priced ones. ?nc-l"ricc Clothier, SncceBsor to Job. Colin. ?S". Kk.. Roanokb," Va. Ghas Lnnsrora&SoD, The Pioneer Agents. /5Examine their form of policy and list til companies before insuring. They rep? resent the same companies now they did fifteen years ago. Fire Insurance* J?te, Accident and Surety fltonds. an't Finfl the Holes! 00 yOU RIDE A BICYCLE? Then don't worry about finding ""and patching holes, but use Universal Punct ure Cure, which will find them for you quick as lightning and close them auto? matically. It is entirely harmless and preserves the rubber. For sale by bicycle supply dealers....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 April 1897

? ?White Slave/ # "Virginia Buds," '?Little Joker," "Sain Jones" K?OKI\(; TOBACCO. jPITMAN&EVAN VOL. XVII. JSO. 1 *'%'?t?>%^'%/%/^%.**/*/%'%.'%'%/*^'? tub v. katheu Forecast for Virginia: Fair itini wanner; southerly winds. P, HEALTH A? HARRINESS --belong to those who ride tho -? wheel?the ideal form of ex -erctse. As no other exercise -com pures with cycling, -there's no bicycle compares -with the "Cleveland." -Z it" Uicycle lessons free of -charge. Roanoke Cycle Co. : E.L..FLI ppO. M*n Ai.r n: Huylersf Bon Bons and Chocolates Make Most Acceptable Raster Presents. siM.K A<? K.NT KOK ?0AXOKK: MASSIE'S PHARMACY. Out-of-town orders receive proni|it a; tent ion Waterman's Fountain Pens! A Gift of - We are pleased to announce ???that we nave secured the ex -elusive agency for Waterman's -celebrated fountain Pens for ??? the city. There are none better -and very few- that can compare -tavornbly with them. Prices -ranging from $2 to $(5. Spoi ling Good*. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 April 1897

if they are healthy filter the uric acid and poisons out of the system through the urine. If they arc not acting- right the results arc Bright's Disease, Rheu? matism, Neuralgia, Bladder Trouble, Dropsy, etc. These can be CURED Dr. Hobbs: ?While in Altoona on busi? ness I was taken with a severe [attack of kidney troubles, tried several doctors, who could do me no good, so I was told about your Kidney Pills aud purchased a box and was relieved almost immediately. I can never praise Hobbs' Sparagus Kid? ney Pills too much; they are worth their weight in gold, aud my home shall n??ver lie without them. For further informa? tion to any who wish to find out the true merits of Dr. Hobbs' Bparngus Pills, ad? dress 11. S. BOOKER, 322 South Second street, Richmond, Va. HOBBS Sparaps Kidney Pills. HOBBS REMEDY CO.. PnoraiKTOBB. CnicAoa Dr. Hobbs Pill? For Sah? in ROANOKE. VA;, bj VAN LEAR BROS., Pharmacists, S-ilem Ava and .JcfTurson St. THE TIMES. EVERT MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. R0ANOKE PUBLI...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 April 1897

Not Exactly Right "Not Sick Enough for the Bed or Well Enough For the Table." A Minister's Wife Aptly Describes a Well Known Condition and Tells How It Was Overcome. There are thousands of people in all I walks of life, particularly at this sea? son, who are "notexactly right" ami yet are not silk, for whom a single bottle of Hood's Sarsaparilla would do u world 01 good, as it has dono for others. Business and professional men as well as the biiBy housewife nro es? pecially susccptiblo to this debilitated feeling. It is the peculiar combination of the best tonic, anti-biliouH, diuretic and alterative agents of the vegetable kingdom, carefully and scientifically combined, which enables Hood's Sur Baparilln to reach simple as well as serious ailments when all other medi? cines fail. Road Mrs. Hunt's letter: "C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.: "Dear Sirs:?I trust that tho publica? tion of my testimonial may serve to Intro duce Hood's Sarsaparilla to many who need physical im,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 April 1897

Society> Football is said by somo of our people to be a most dongerous game, but there has probably never been a more thor? oughly lively, interesting anil exciting scrimmage on tho/'grld-irou" iu Roanoke than the one that took place Wednesday morning when the box office was opened for the sale of seats for Jefferson. Meu lought and laughed and (ought and swore and even lost their clothing .in the wild rash for good seats. It is possible that the management of the Academy being unused to seeing people fight for places ir^^their theatre had either uot thought of making better provision for .meeting the rush or refrained from doing so in order to enjoy the novelty of the thing. Cer? tain it; is though t hat the patrons would haw been saved much serious Inconven? ience and annoyance ami would ha7e been for more satisfactorily served if a line had been made and each person waited wjpon in turn, ns is-done in other places. Every seat has been sold and even stand? ing room is c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 April 1897

BARGAIN For This Week. Wash Goods Department, ' Figured Dimities, the ioc ' quality, for 7c Figured Valois Lace Stripe, the I2j^c quality, for 8c Silk Stripe Challies, 18c * quality, for I25^c Lappet Mull, 18c quality, 4 for iz%c Flowered Organdy, 25c qual? ity, for 18c French Figured Organdy, 35c quality, for 25c < Figured and Plain Ettamine, 20c quality, for 15c. Jaconette Duchesse, 15 cent quality, for 123^c Percale, yard-wide, only 8c Cambric Percale, last colors, i2^c _ . Curtain Department. Tapestry Curtain?, $3.50 ' grade, only 12.50 pair. Chenile Curtains, 40 inches * wide, for $2.50 a pair. Chenile Curtains, $5 qual * l*y> *3-50 pair Chenile Covers, 50c, 75c and , $1 00 Tapestry Covers from $1.50 to $2 50 Lace Curtains at 75c, 85c, $r, $1 25, $1.50 and up Poles and trimmings given away without extra charge . with every pair of Lace Cur? tains Colored Striped Scrim, 5c, 8c and ice Japanese Gilt Figured Drap ' ery at ioc yard Figured dilkaline at, roc an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 April 1897

$ fiO ) Cheaper ?i vet Better Waverley worth for 1897 is better than ever. Yet, hy using the same machinery as last year, which saves the expense of new, and with the increased skill of our workman, improved Waverleys sell in 1897 for $60. All the advantage is yours. We have ever led in popularizing the bicycle. For very fastidious people, we also make a bicycle with new and expensive features?a marvelous example ?f mechanical skill ? the only bicycle with absolutely true bearings. Its price must be' 5100. It cannot be made und sold for less. Catalogue Free. INDIANA BICYCLE CO., - - Indianapolis, Ind. A Few of the Tilings in IVhielt We sur? pass Our Com? petitors : Garden Tools, Rubber Hose, Screens, Doors and Windows, Lawn Mowers, Hammocks, Fishing Tackle. B*?" Our stock of these goods is the largest in the city. See us before buying. We can save you money. NELSON Sc M^ERS, 207 Commerce Street. "NAME ON EVERY PIECE/' PROFBSHIOHAI.. EVERETT PERKINS, Attorney-at-Law and Commissioner ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 April 1897

T. T. PlBllUUIlHB, Prestdont. S. 7f. Tlueley, Teller. J. B. Anduewb, Vice-President. N. W. Phelps, Bookkeeper W. U. Mcwhorter, Bookkeeper. J. B. FlBHB?BMB, Ca-Dler. Chas. Pace, Knniier. NATIONAL EXCHANGE BANK OR ROANOKE. VA. CAPITAL, $ 100,000. SURPLUS, $20 000. CITY DEPOSITORY. D1RHC1 OB8:?T. T. Fiehbnno, president, ylcj-presldent 2.n',sJ0,0*JC'llii'1n(^( nt Manu'tVnt?rl??Oft.: j B. Andrews', vlue-prealdout. Huff. Andrews &1 horoa?, wholesale . grocers 1?. H Flsbbnrne.president lt. H. Fisbbnrno * Co.,tobacc nlus.S i>..Ferguson. 9 urt-Bldent Foonloa Per;<e:ual Uulldla? and Loon Association. ?. S. Brooke, c'erk husil. g* A court. J. B Flshb irue, president the Flshbnrno Co. W. O. Htepeeni-ou. secretary ai.d J treasurer Bnuke>o -'oal and Coko Cmpany. Ws K Andrew?, mayor lloanokr cltv F. B. V Thomas wholesale nutlons, etc D. Armairong. ^resldent citizens' Nation.1 Buk, Frost- A) i nonius wuciesaio nonona, bm; w? ?????????.?...?.??.?-??? burg...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 April 1897

SllitS AND Top Coats. ALL BRAND NEW GOODS. NO OLD STOCK.,-* :" Everything spick, span and new, made up by artists and fit to perfec? tion. It matters not what your shape is I can fit you. If you buy and are not satisfied, your money back is your protection. -SUITS FOB MEN s $7.50, $8, $9, $10 and $12 Are the popular prices and I liavo others fcr less money and some higher priced ones. E.WILE, ?nc-H*riec Clothier, Successor to Job. Cohn. &S&K Avcnae. ROANOKB," VA. T ta.LuQSfori&SoQ, The Pioneer Agents. P Examine their form of policy and list ol companies before insuring. They rep? resent the same companies now they did fifteen years ago. Fire Insurance, Life. Accident an<l Surety Bonds. Can't Find lie Holes! DO YOU RIDE A BICYCLE? Then don't worry about finding Tand patching holes, hut use Universal Punct? ure Cure, which will find them for you quick as lightning and close them auto? matically. It is entirely harmless and preserves the r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 April 1897

"White Slave," "Virginia Bads,*' "Little Joker," "Mam Jones*' SMOKING TOBACCO. PITMAN & EVANS. VOL. XVII, ISO. 1 ~" ? i TUB WW ATM IBM 2 J' Forecast for Virginia: Fair J anil warmer; Bouthcrly winds. 9 BUGGIES MB PHAETONS! - We hnvo just received a -fine liue ot Buggies and -Phaetons, and are offering -their, at extremely LOW -PRICES. Examine what we have to offer before you-^ -buy EARMAN & FLIPPO 108 Salem Ave.S.W. 9-H9H $$*)$Ow,O?t)0#t Huylers Bon Bons and Chocolates Make Most Acceptable Easter Presents. SOLE AGENT t'OH ItOANOKE: MASSIE'S PHARMACY. E*!" Out-of-town orders receive & prompt attention 1 Easter 2 Cards and Booklets. *J -We have just received a beau- A 4s -tifui line of Easter Cards and 4 A,-Booklets?the most suitable ? ^-present that can be madj on A jk -Easter. Beautiful designs to a i-select from. V : Everything Strictly Up-to- A Date. J I THE FISHBURN COMPANY, | I A Gift of 5 I Solid Silver ? j Purchased from us { ^-gives pleasur...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 April 1897

EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. BOANOKE l'ubusking CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 123 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TERMS BT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 60 " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " 8IX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE YKAR, IN ADVANCE.' 6.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 ??,.?.?, (IiuKlncss Office.143 ??H??KS-1 Krtltorlal Koomi. 1?4 APRIL. It Is amusing to live in n community of twenty thousand people where a dor.en men are honestly under the impression that they constitute a majority. Tho attention of those who persistently advocate the injection of politics in mu? nicipal elections is respectfully directed to an article in to-day's Times under the caption, "Municipal Cabinets." The love of a good woman cau gild with sunshine the stormiest life.?Florida Ed? itor. ' This fellow was married last w?*ek. We would llko to hear from him about next Dccomber. NEWSPAPER INFLUENCE. All of the newspapers published in Chi? cago, except one, opposed the election of Mr. Carter Harrison, Jr., as mayor, but t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 April 1897

^^^^^^^^^^^^^ (.crge package of the world's best cleanser ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^o^ i for u nickel. Still greater economy in 4-pound ^0*s?SC| B\^2j3Cnlllfol uilWySt*!* I package. All grocers. Maile only by ^v*^- I 'M?Mlllli? A *?" vl THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,- ? j Chicago, St. I.uuid. New York. Iloston, Philadelphia. ) Ml don'tRideWithoutW^ ff^H a repair kit. 5.5; Gg POND'S EXTRACT is unequaled for quickly healing all kinds of WOUNDS, BRUISES, LAMENESS or RHEUMATISM. Hub thoroughly with POND'S EXTRACT after every ride to heep the muscles aupple, pliant, itrony. Try POND'8 EXTJtACT OINTMENT for PIIiES, AVOID SUBSTITUTES-Weak, Watery, Worthless. POND'S EXTRACT CO., 76 Fifth Ave.. New York. MANGUS & PAYNTEB. 208 Commerce St. Wo keepn full line of nil grades of I Ladies', Gents'and Children's | Footwear. We have the variety and quality TO .SUIT every purchaser. ^ Call and Inspect Our Stock. $ See Our Ladles' Oxford Ties. I MANGUS & PAYNTER, 1 208 Commerce St. A. J. EV...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 13 April 1897

? Chip or Two Here and There. UATHKKKD HV TDK "TIt.\MI\ " Tho progress that our city has made iu Its few' years of existence is generally ac? ceded to be most creditable. ^In most re? spects the same progressive spirit that has attended the city's growth as a whole has provaded tho management. of all affairs pertaining to its welfare. There is one question which has never been acted upon in a decided mnnner, al? though it is a thing that appeals tc every instinct of humanity. I speak of cruelty to animals. I onco saw a monkey tied to a stake post off Salem avenue and a big, strapping darkey throwiug a ball at him at the rate of three throws for live cents. Jf the monkey was struck a prize was given the man who throw the lucky ball. I inquired of a policeman how this bru? tality could be stopped. He referred me to the mayor, who told |me a warrant would have to bo sworn out, the party arraigned in court, and that 1 would have to appear against him if I wished him punished. This happe...

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