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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 October 1890

N. SALE & CO., Real E3tatoAsront3. BEDFORD CITY, VA. 1 VOL. IX-NO. 20. SPECIAL NOTICES. M? Auction Sal INSIDE PROPERTY AX SO-A-HSrOKIEl, The great industrial center of Virginia.; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1890. Woodland Park, Three blocks from the established busi? ness eonter of Roanoke, at the junction of the Norfolk and Western and Roan and Southern railroads, has been ^divided into lots, and will bo sold at \pn October 17. Scheduled prices j 'klmit of from 100 to 300 per cent, j to the purchasers in the immeili ftture. A large attendance of buy (expected from all parts of the fry. This sale will inaugurate the .A. activity in the Roanoke real estate market, and is the best oppor? tunity ever offered for both quick turns and permanent investment. One of the most noted auctioneers in the country will officiate. Watch the newspapers for further announcements of this ex? traordinary sale. Woodland I'ark has ! long been 'held with the idea that the j city would take it. ami mak...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 October 1890

II, II II Hill Hill .-? SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA NEWS. ukim oki) CITY. Bkdpokd, City, ?ot. 10.?[Special]? "Negotiations aro ponding between the Bedford City Company and a tin work? ing establishment, which, it Is hoped, will be located here. Sufficient money has boon subscribed to the Jotor Female Institute to insure the oreotion of the buildings. It is be? lieved that tho foundation will bo com? pleted before cold weather sots in. Mr. J. M. Berry has received from the architect the plans and drawings of his residence, which will bo erected at the comer of Ashland avenuo and Kimbnll street. The building will ho a hand Bome brick structure, with brown ?tone front and all modern improvements. Mr. S. H. Marklcy has returned from Philadelphia, where he purchased the machinery for the knitting mills. The buildings aro now practically completed, the engines and boilers are in place, and tho machinery will be put in as soon as it arrives. The indications aro that work will be begun at an early d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 October 1890

THIS SPACE BELONGS TO REAL ESTATE AGENTS. OFFICE: 112 JEFFERSON STREET, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. ? '__ _ T T_ octO-lm MR. HOOFNACKLE. JL Friend Flays Him a Triolr. Shabby lira. TT. Discover* that ITor Name Is Not In the Elite Directory ? She Illumes Ilor Husband for It. IWrltton forthc St. Louis (German) Batorne. by Louts Wllllch; translated for this paper tty Alex E. S-.vect.l ? '.? p & \. O Tin: editor of /-i the Satekne? vf^'i Dear Sir: My K friend Gould, the directory num. has played ins a sha bby trick. 1 wouldn't have believed it of him. T bat unreliable party has published a blue book, or an elite directory, or whatever you may bo pleased to call it, which "-^-'r'-y- purports to givo a list of the high society poople, and tho name of Jackson P. Iloofnacklo. does not appear in it. I would not havo believed this possible if I had not ex? amined tho book carefully, and satis? fied myself b#yond a doubt that my namo has been omitted, and very likely it was done intentionall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 October 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. JtOAKOKB TIMES P?HLI8HING CO., Publishers and Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, rtilr? avenue and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 134. The Times will Ihs delivered In Hoanokc, Sa? lem, and Vlnton every morning by curriers for fifty cents por month. TERMS, BY mail. (Postage Picpald.) Daily, one month.$ .50 " throe months.LSO ** six months.?.00 ** ono year.6-00 AU pape? sent out of the city must be paid for Invariably In advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. The Weekly Times, containing the news of the 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 or The Times. Kcinittanccs, by express, money-order, reg? istered letter, cheque* or draft, should be ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Hoanokc. Virginia. Entered at the Postoflleo at Itoauoko as scc ond-clr.ss matter. The Times controls ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 October 1890

FINANCIM AND COMMERCIAL The Times' Telegraphic and Local Market Reports. Nrw,Yokk, Oct. 10.?[Spcciall?Ex? change ~ quiet, steady at 482((?4s7. Money easy. 3?@4)i'. Sub-treasury bal? ances?Gold, $148,215,000; currency, S5, 8r?4,0()0. Government bonds dull, tirm for 4s, 48.122?, 4?s, 103);. State bonds ontirely neglected. Ala. CA 2 tob. 103?!N. Y. Cen.103 ?4 do. Cl. 114s. .100 '.N. W. pref.... 58? Ga. 7s mortg'e. 100 N. l'ac. 27? N. C. Us.123 IN. Hue. pref.. 74?? do. .4s.07 U'ac. Mail .... 20? S. C. con Hr... 09 Heading. 30?; I Tonn. Os.104 IK; & W. P.T'l 18 I Tenn. sett. 3s. 71 iRock Island.. 70? | Vir. Os.50 jSt. Paul. 00? Vir.consuls... 47 St. Paul pref. 100K Ch. it N. W... 100? Tex. Pacific.. 17? do prefer'd.. 140 Tn.Coal it Ir n 40".4 Del. & Lack... 144? Union Pacific. 51% E. Tenn., new. 22h Ni J.'Cen.U5? Lake Shore ... 8 Mo. Pacific... 08 L. &N.l(>c?? West. Union . 81 Mcju. it Char.. 80? Cot. Oil T. C.. 1!? 0? Mob. & Ohi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 October 1890

TO EDUCATE NEGROES. JTho Singular History of an Ux-Slsve Holder's Hcqucst. Tho Stato School Commissioner and tho Attorney-General, writes an Atlanta (Ga.) correspondent, were in consulta? tion the other day in regard to securing for tho purpose of negro education in this State a sum of money that has lain | In tho Rank of England many years. It \ Is a legacy the history of which is very singular. Archibald McLean, a Scotchman, wa3 v, prosperous planter in Chatham early in the present century. His estato was known as Gowrio, and on it he had a largo number of slaves. His family in Scotland was strongly opposed to slavery. After his death and the doatb j of his son and heir a cortain interest in j tho estato went to his brother, John Mc- J Lean. John McLean died at Glasgow ! July P, 1830. leaving a will that directed the application of half his interest in his deceased brother's Georgia estato to tho education of the nogro slavos there or their offspring as soon as tho laws of Georgia...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 October 1890

WIFT'S SPECIFIC J?Oft renovating- the entire system, eliminating all Poisons from the Blood, whether of scrofulous or malarial origin, this prep, oration has no equal. . . "For eighteen Months I had an eating tore on my tongue. I was treated by best local physicians, but obtained no relief; the sore gradually grew worse. I finally took S. S. S,, and was entirely eured after using a few bottles." C. to. McLkmore, Henderson, Tex. TREATISE on Blood and Skia Diseases mailed free. The Swikt Si-kcific Co.. Atlanta. Ga> 3 Preparations: Alterative, Tonic xpectorant Goiisiimiltion Cured. The judge or Hanover County speaks. Tim. Howard suffered for three ycar3 with lunij and tiroai troubles, and last spring was thought by his neighbors to \ be dying, i heart! of his condition and ji gave him A. B. C. Tonic. Its effect was ' magical. In a very short time ho was able to leave his bed, and now regards himself a well man. Others in this vicinity have taken the " Tonic " with pronounced...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 October 1890

c SNYDER & MACBAIN 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, Bntterick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October just received. S 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 u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 October 1890

N. SALE & CO., Real Estate- Agents, BEDFORD CITY, VA. 1 VOL. IX.-NO. 21. SPECIAL NOTICES. TpARTIBS WHO CONTEMPLATE availing themselves of Hie opportu? nity of investing in Inside property at the Woodland Park land sale Tuesday October IV, will do well to call at our olllce, rooms Hand I Exchange Building, whore a map can be seen; select your lots, and allow us to forward your name to the secretary as one of the bidders. Respectfully. WILBURS. POLE & Co.. NASHVILLE, TENN., OCT. 0, 1800. MESS. JOHNSON & JOHNSON, ROANOKE, VA. Ckntlkmkx:?Woonly sell our medicine under a strict contract, and you are our only authorized agents at Hoanoke, and are the only ones that havo the right to sell the genuine Rad ain's Microbe Killer in your city, and we will not be responsible for any goods sold by anyone else but you. Respectfully yours, RA DAM'S MICROBE KILLER CO. Rout. C. Stockton, Oen'l M'ng'r. oct!2-3t VESTIBULE EXCURSION TO ROA? NOKE, VA.?Leaving Balthnore...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 October 1890

WYTHEVILLE. VIRGINIA. A Live Mountain City on a Boom. Its Close Proximity to Large Mineral Beds A Healthy Start Made-Its First Sale of Real Estate Very Encouraging Wytukvm.i.k. Va., Oct. 11 .?[Special] ' ?No town along the line of tho Norfolk and Western railroad boast of a heiter and a more healthy location than Wytho ville. Situated as it. is at an attitude of 2,300 feet above sea level it enjoys an atmos? phere unsurpassed, and randy equaled by that of any other town for its purity | all the year and for its coolness and in- j vigorating powers in the summer and i fall seasons. Ever since the war it has been the re? sort, of those who seek a place of rest during the summer, and is now known to thousands as the "Saratoga of the .South," A Timms representative has spent sev? eral days in Wytheville during the past week and what lie saw going on and what is expected he has jotted down on .the spot. ?t * WVTUKVII.I.K DKVKLOl'MKNT COMPANY. Tho pioneer company has dorn* a grand tiling ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 October 1890

I IEL O 1ST - and BELT' OF ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $25,000,000. OFFICERS: President?GENERAL FITZHUGH LEE, Ex-Governor of Virginia. First Vioo-Proildent?PEY.TON L. TERRY, President Roanoke Trust. Loan and Safe Deposit Company, and Vioe-President First National Hank. Roanoke, Va. Second Vice-Presidont?S. YV. JAMISON, Secretary and Treasurer Roan? oke Trust. Loan and Safe Deposit Company, and Secretary Roanoke and Southern Railroad Company. Secretary?JOHN OTT, late Cashier Citizens' Rank of Roanoke, and City Hank of Richmond, Va. Treasurer-.!. C. DAVENPORT, Cashier Commercial National Hank, Roanoke, Va. General Counsel?HON. C. A. McflUGII, Counsollor-at-Law, lato C harleston, S. C. Manager of Agencies?I). 11. JESSE, late of Lexington, Ky. of Home Offi.ce: HO Tefifexbon. Street, Eoanoke, TTixglalet J2^~ What is tho Iron-Helt Ruilding and Loan Association? It is a co? operative hank in which tho members are equal partners, and the deposits are loaned only to the members. Wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 October 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publishers mid Proprietors. TIMES BUILDING, ftilrd avenue and First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBKK 134. TiikTimks will bodolivored in Koanokc, Sa? lem, and Vinton ovory morning by carriers for !flfty cents per month. TERMS, nv MAIL, (Poetago Prepaid.) Daily, one month.? -!jfj " three montlis.'?;*{ " six montlis. " one year.u-w All papers sent out or the city must be paid ?for invariably In advance. TitK WEEKLY TIMES. Tnr.Wrrai.y Timks, containing tiie news of the weck In n more condensed form, one year, $1.00 in advance. Advertising rates made known on applica? tion. _ Items of nt ws, communications, etc., should be addressed to the Editor of Tin: Ton s. Remittances, i>y express, money-order, rog Istorcd letter, cheque, or draft, should bo ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE TIMKS PUBLISHING CO. Roanoke, Virginia. Entered at the Vostofflco at Uoanokcas sec? ond-class matter. The Ti...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 October 1890

( A POWERFUL CORPORATION. Prospectus of the Roanoke De? velopment Company. Capitalised at 9l,100,ooo, its Proffered Ktock Has Been all Taken, and *MOO, ooo Over?What it Has Done ami What it Propose* to do?Kloquent Facts and Figures. No ljptter niothod of informing the public of the scope ami character of the Roanoke Development Company can bo found than to publish its prospectus in full. It runs as follows: Koanokc Development Company, capital 81,100. ggflfiD. Directors: P. L. Terry, Koanokc; Mttvrthur C. Denniston, Philadelphia; ?loseph 11. Sands, Koanokc; Richard S. Brock, Philadelphia; Clarence M. Clark. Philadelphia; .lames S. Simmons. Roan- j c^VkJ. W. Jamison, Roanoke: .loseph | A.v^tile, Roanoke. This company proposes to purchase | 1,300 acres of land lying adjacent to the corporate limits of Roanoke and direct? ly west of the centre of the town. The property has a frontage of about two and a half miles on the Roanoke river, and j ?comprises some .'lilt) or 400 acres of line ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 October 1890

BIOGRAPHIES FROM CITY HAIL. Pen Sketches of the Men who Do the City's Work. ?Judge William Gordon Robertson und Mayor Kvans?Col. !S. S. Brook? and UN Deputies?CoinmtKtiloiivr Turner--City Knglneer Uunlny?Clerk of Counells llomiutt, and Many Others. The completion of the Shonnndoah "Valley railroad to this city in 1882, and the erection of the Koanokc Machine Works, brought enough people here in a short time to form a city, and in 188-1 the Legislature gave the new town of Koan? okc a charter as a city. A new charter necessitated a different form of govern? ment, and the lirst and most important was the election of a mayor and the es? tablishment of a Hustings Court. judge WU.MAM gordon robertson, a son of Judge William J. Robertson, of the Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, was elected to that position, and has held the position ever since, to the high? est satisfaction of the people of this city. Ho is a young man, scarcely thirty years' old, a careful student, and gifted with unus...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 October 1890

GOLDEN VINTAGE DAYS. With the Grape Gatherers Along tho Rhiue. TVoir.on lu tho Vluoyariln ? Thoy Cut tho lluiiches with scUsorn nod Sho .Who Slngtt I.imdrst Soonest Gets a Husband. |copyright, 1890.] [Special CorrespoudcDccl / Bacharach, Sept. 22.?Tho summer Visitors have gono and this Old World ?village, past which flows tho Rhino and over which frown tho ruins of the eas tlo of Stahleok, sleeps in tho sunshine that has riponed its grapes for so many hundreds of years. Ono forgets for awhilo tho railroads and tho telephones and tho modern hotels and other nine? teenth century innovations, and goes back to tho days of armored knights and crusaders as ono walks its narrow streets between its picturesque old houses with their quaint wooden beams, and looks up at the gray towers on tho crag, from whicli still descend the stout old town walls bristling with tall watch towers and circling us round with their protection, as if at any moment tho alarm bells might ring and the Counts Palati...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 October 1890

GRA1 f^EW F?LL DRESS GOODS. SNYDER & MACBAIN Have opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods, caslimeres, 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 Saxony yarns in all shades, Bntterick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October just received. ONE-PRICE STORE, tf 134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia. RICH LANDS. 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 ver3' 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, whil...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 October 1890

A REMARKABLE PRESENTIMENT. Unwritten History from the Di? ary of a Confederate. Much has boon written of lato years concerning presentments, and to this , subject tho Now York dailies recently j gave much of their space. Permit nie in the columns of Tub Times to add a war instance, not a romance, but a fact. Many old Confederates, now alive, will remember the day in tho fall of 180- j where ??Stuart" with two brigades of cavalry came thundering down the plank j road that leads to Frcdcrlckshurg scat- I tcring like ohai! its escort and captur- j ing a long train of wagons loaded with i commissary stores. Our loss was com- j paratlvely very slight in numbers, but among tho wounded was a young man, noted for his dash and gallantry, who but one short month beforo had led to the altar one of the fairest of Virginia's maidens. Upon examination of bis wound the surgeon told him it was fatal, when, without a quiver of his voice, ho asked that his wife be sent for. adding that bo felt as tho...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 October 1890

Pimp It -AND es Blotches ?RR EVIDENCE That the blood is wrong, and that nature is endeav? oring to throw off the impurities. JVoihing is so beneficial in assisting nature as Swift's Specific (S. S. S) Jtis a simple vegetable compound. Is harmless to the most delicate child, yet it forces the poison to the surf ate and eliminates it from the blood. HAKX I contracted a severe case of blood poison f hat unfitted nie for business for four years. A few bottle', of Swift's Specific (S. S. S.) cured aae. J.C. Jones, City Marshal, Fulton, Arkansas. Treatise on niood and Skin Diseases mailed bee Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta. Ga. ALTERfiTlVE.I FOR TUMORS. I havofccea a sufferer fron tuscrs and cotes. IUy oajlcyci' rccoa I molded co to try the "A.B.C. Artoraiirc." sn.wv.-w- I to, asd have tcca ?eatiroly restored. I fc-ellcvc It toco an alssluto Eked f nriacr. Qtitituio prompts tide tettiraoaial. ALiSST HCr.r.AY, Eicaacai, Va. For Lung Troubles. For year: I bare toea a eufferer frora ktj trcutle...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 October 1890

THIS SPACE BELONGS TO CUTCHIIM, ELLIS & COMPANY, ? REAL ESTATE AGENTS. I_OFFICE, 112 JEFFERSON STREET, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. NEW YORK FASHIONS. _ Dress SliIrtH und IllotlftO Waists <"on? tlnuo to iti- Popular, fid bonnets, vests, bolts, collars, os and shoos, all matching in kind color, to ho worn et? suito with silk volvo.t drosses, aro among the ca? lces of fashion for next season. Very pliable leather jackets are hinted no crude a (lairs those, for knock Jut wear, but ultra-smart tailor-made ts, with a high-art finish ami a high d air?a coat upprovod of by royalty If, and far beyond lie- reach of tho kian who stops while she shops to put her money. louncos both narrow and wido ap |r upon skirts of drosses that certain ing modistes aro sending but inoppo* |on to other Influential designers who endeavoring to turn the lido in fa P-of sheath models. For church wear 1 visiting aro very handsome black jo dressos made up over black moire black Turo satin, with floun...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 12 October 1890

INDUSTRIAL NOTSS. Tho Chicago Railway Ago has com? plied tho figures of railway construction for the nine months ending October 1st. and ascertains that in thirty-nine oT the States and Territories the actual number of miles of tra-k laid on 312 lines of roadworo 3,78i miles of now railway. The following table gives the number of miles of new track finished in four? teen Southern States: Lines. .Miles. Alabama. 13 301 Arkansas.:. 7 108 Florida. r> <?* Georgia. 13 323 Kentucky. 8 108 Louisiana. 4 127 Maryland. 2 00 Mississippi. 3 78 North Carolina. 11 230 South Carolina. :t. !<>'.? Tennessee. tl 117 Texas. 8 I!?:. Virginia. 8 Ct<> West Virginia. 6 33 Total, 14 States.03 1,078 The figures show that somewhat more than 3'-' per cent, of the entire con? struction was in the South. Georgia taking the lead with 323 miles. Mon? tana following with 313 mile3. and North Carolina third on the general hut second on the Southern l...

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