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

1call on: rB : J. B. LbvOKADAl. 'Tit Pluiuivr A ?;? o n t. ? lor Soaooi'.O Kenl E.;tu-.o. VOL. IX-NO. 07. SPECIAL, notices. OR SALB. F One lot fronting on Railroad nvonuo 75 foot oast of Henry Btroet, r . nting 25 foot by lo.") foot to an alley. Pi lo ? $7,500, 91,000 cash and nothing bo a ? um before thu laut oi January. WILBUR S. POLK & CO. N Exchange Building. OTit:;:. Wo 0 '.ii soil lots in i lie heart of ?he town at 25 to 10 \ .? 0 -nt. lower than any otl i ?i i near them can he. bought for. SIMMONS, A MB Ll?ll it CO., II10AL k.stat;: A';s, Biiohnuun, Va. Office corner Washington and Water ?tracts. WHOOPING CO! CH. ULCBRATBI) BJro throat, an I worm i in children, cured uy Bit. SUT >ii. ?'????> ;-<.;veiith avenue and Kraiklih ?tr-v?t. A NKW BN L'EKPKlSiO. Wo heg h ave to announo ? that we havo Inuaguratcd the "Magic City Transfer Co." and are now niudy for the transportation of passengers, baggage, ?r freight. We liuvo nio vehicles, polite drivers, and will wait on ...

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. — 5 December 1890

7OTAS BRUCE JN TROUBLE. Arrested on the Charge of Pflu tilaiing Poor's Manual la OMeo of Railroad Commissioner Hill at Ulchiaoml-Uruco Denies tho Cltur^e and Makes a Statement?Ad? mitted to llnil by Judge ltowerton, tho Amount Heim; Fixed at ?20, to Appear in Richmond Urccmlier "2nd. Sergeant A. M. Tomlinson, of tho Bich oul pi>lice foroo, arrived here yesterday morning with a warrant for th arrostof Thomas Bruce, of this city, ch ? g<hg him with mutilating two oopii's of Poor's Manual, and abstract? ing jomu ton or twolvo leaves from ouch in the ollioo of iho State commissione; of railroads, .1. C. Hill. ? c? ;.- engaged in writing a descrip? tive and historical Kkotch of Southwest V1rj4.n1::. 1 appears thttt last, Saturday Bruce called at tho commissioner's ollice and, representing himself to bean agent of tho Norfolk and Vv'i -.orn railroad, re quosl-ed to bo allowed to examine Poor's Manual, lie took tiie twooopios fur i stt .1 Ii mi to a vacant desk, pored over them a fuw...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 5 December 1890

AMERICAN FABLES. Wot O i !.? .. OlIOll UN AJmp'i Talus Bul .Jti-t ns Practical. Till: 1 i.y ANI? TUB SPIDER. A Flv \vln> was wandering ?round the house t-u lit niy found himself Stuck on i> shei't of Fiy-uuper, und pdior Many vain Exert Ions to llecover his Liberty bo entlcid to tho Spider: "My Friend, if you do not holp me I ?m Undone!" "Hut don't you see. My Dear Fellah, that if I rescued you from your peril it would be only to F:-.t you'.'" Moil a i.: If you Refuse to pay the Doo ior you will fall in too bands of the Lawyor. TDK .jam.ich ami the PRISONER. A Prisoner in si County Jail one day *ent for tho Jailor and Made Hittor complaint as lo tbo Treatment. Saying that Irs ' e I v i 1 .i r, h! i rare Dad, and that be v. -(::; red lo Associate with Tbievo^ n'n | Rubbers. ?'Well! v\ II!" replied tho Jailor, "but who are y * "Kam ?' ? .i dinson." "And What re you in horo for?" ^Stealing' I11." "T i'.i i.,- What Ifight do you com- ' plain?" "Ilecauso I Stole Enough to malco it ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 5 December 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. fcVMJtY MORNI.nU, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKR TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publlsnrrsand Proprietors. TIM l .s UOTLUlNG, Shlrrl avenuM und First street. southwest. TBL.BPHO.NK NUMIIKU 1:31. ThbTimps win t>c delivered In lloonoko, Sa #m, and Vielen i ery morning by carriers fur cents pur mo n Ui. THUMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Bally, onu mon* ?> ,.l * three months.,??'? u eix months . .... <-' " ouu year. AM papers sent out of tho city must bo p-iid fot la variably iu advance. TFIK WEEKLY TIMES. Tim Wskki.v Tim es, containing the news of ?o wwk in a more conden^-d form, onu year, (loo iu advance. AtlvortlB'.rvj rules made knawn on applica? tion. _ Items of ucw>. eormiiun'eattoiip, etc., should keaddressed to tin !?? i of ThkTimi.s. Kvinittam-.-p. by express, money-order. r< Inter*! letter, cheque,or draft, should bo ad? dressed ami made payable to THE HOAXOKE TIM KM PUniASHlNG CO. ltoatiokv. Vlnrlma. Enteret it the Postofttooat Uoanokoas seo ?nd-ei.i-B .natt...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 5 December 1890

SHE DIDN'T SEE IT. Bat It Ton'; II: r n Long Tlmv to Inform tlio Cbtii't of Iii? I' ct. a, easo of JMU J JjV? ?!.'; '] assault and hat fltr^N ???-..:-rv'j'"V;.;:lj tory tried bc jjlw5' \ h\K /Ii? jT'l r?ro 0,10 "f t!'? M/\ \ AB^AlWm ro,,nt.V justices k t W>1%Mm V<s J^-'r^v :;VA woman was P V? /?>.'?,-' ,'',/.'called to too stand. Be ing i?i asI.od t o de? merit* tho row, she began: "About no<m I says to my daughter Kelly, who hr.d just got bach from town, and bad?" "Never mind what you Kald to your daughter Nelly," Interrupted the lawyer. "l'.ut I said Something to her." "No matter." "And she's my daughter." "We don't dispute that. Tell us what you Baw of the light." ."Well, I started over to a neighbor's to borrow some sugar. On the way I met my oldest boy, John, and I fays to him, says??' "Never mind about John." "Isn't John in this?" "No. ma'am. Tell what -you saw of tlie fight." "Wei 1,1 got to the house and Mrs. Blank was making soft soap. She had a sassa? fras stie...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 5 December 1890

TIME FOR REFORM. One or the Most Imperati*e Duttes oT th? American l'ress. Thero was a tltue, a fow generations ago, when both tho formativo and the conservative influonco of tho English tonguo woro oxertod almost oxclusively by the few literary leadors of the tirno. '?I If Addison admitted to bis exquisite manuscript any word, that word was at once ennobled; and so in tho coffee bouses of old London, tho procoss of languago making wont on, both through tho medium of conversation and that of formal literary work. Tho reading class was at that time a limited ono. It was so raro as to bo almost sensational to And a homely workor in his shop fol lowin ' tho thoughts and expressions of the Intellectual loaders of the day; and the little guild of Ltorary workers who woro so sadly patronized by tho rich and noble, really doterminod tho English which thoir patrons spoke. It was possible for I'opo to legitimatize a bastard word or for Johnson to render current an outer cxprosion; but it was...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 5 December 1890

IS YOUR WIFE WELL? THE WOMEN OF AMERICA ARE THE LARGEST CONSUMERS OF S. S. S. 8T NEVER FAILS TO RESTORE BROKEN DOWN HEALTH WHEN CAUSED BY IMPOVERISHED BLOOD OR THE CARES OF THE HOUSEHOLD. OVER TEN THOUSAND OF THE BEST WOMEN OF THE COUNTRY TESTIFY TO THIS. Don't fail to send for our book on blood diseases. Mailed freo. Swht Spkcifio Co., Atlanta, Ga? 3 Preparations: Alterative, Ionic AND Expectorant A.. J:. 0. Chemien! Co., JtMnnomtf Vn.s Having for <i long time suffered /Vow :!m effects of <i horrible blood (ro?bte, <? f.d n;'/>?;? rrK?rting to mctllcat sfcill and uttii r renn 'Hi n without bene? fit, I tried tf A, I'.. C. Alterative." J have been nntlrrly reu to red, and, it affords moptensuro to attest its Itie.e. it Isertdantlg et rrrg gmtr tonic, ami alterative, anil l reaomnn ml ting suffering Jrotn blood trouble, to try it. J. II . IS i:iM ).::, Jor.T IF. CargSt., Rtehtnond, Va. SOLD ?Y AI L DRUGGISTS. % catlsc on fllond and Skin Diseases by, nail f r Address l a, ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 5 December 1890

NEW FALL DRESS GOOD SNYDER & MACBAIN ^flave opcucd an immense stock of brand new fall goods, cashmeres, serges, hcnriettas, 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 iu all shades, Butterick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October just received. QTflRF 134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia. H OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, Vjr IT*? . SILVERTHORN IMPORTER AND KEPAIHEH OF Our Repairing Department I? in charge of the very finest workmer that can he had, and wo guarantee: lo work which cannot be duplicated in the city. Send your watches to SILYE"ETHOEISr38 AND GET FIRST-CLASS WORK. Bedforcl City Real Estate and Stocks. Geo. L. Colgate & Co., Wholesale and retail dealers in frame slull'. -flooring, siding, laths and all kinds of lumber. Call and see us. Office: Didier Building, corner Jefferson St. and Third Avo., up stairs. novl-Srn t=?1 CTTD ^-1 ?->" *&l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 6 December 1890

VOL. IX.-NO. 68. P SPECIAL NOTICES. >R SALE. Unit lot fronting on Railroad avenue Tri foot oast of Henry street, fronting ?.:> feet by 105 feet to an alley. Prle iS7,500, 91,000oash and nothing to a., nunc bofore tkw last of January. WILRUR S. POLE -S CO. Exchange Ruibling. Wo can soli lots in Lho heart of the town at :.'."> Io 40 per cent, lower than any other lots near (mom nan be bought for. SIMMON'S. AMHLER? CO., REAL ESTATE AOENTS, Iltichannn, Vu. Office corner Washington and Water streets: IK COSMOCR AT COM ES OUT TO i , DAY! SUM THE CARTOON, "OUR POLICE FORCE,'' IN TO-DAY'S COSMO' HAT. TWENTY PAGES OF 1 S DUSTRI A I. MATTER IN TO-DAY'S COSMOCRAT. EVERYR?DY WANTS A COPY OP TO-DAY'S COSMOt '.; \T. NKW ENTERPRISE. A Wo heg leave to announce that we have inaugurated lho "Magic City Transfer Co." am! are now ready for the transportation of passengers, baggage, or freigilt. W > liavn nie - vebicli . polite drlyors, and will wait On you promptly night or day. Leave order...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 6 December 1890

HAD HIS RIGHT FOOT CUT OFF. Distressing Accident at tl Trail of the Electric Car. Harry IlavU .1?niped Upon Mio k..te ot tho Cht Whll-it Whs In Motion, LoMllE Ills Hold, Und 111! font Kevei ct the Ankle? Warned t?j Iiis I'arr That He Would Get Hurt. A distressing accident happened on Commonwealth avenuo yostenlay i tho electric street car trial wast; place. About 12 o'clock Harry Davis, a 1 boy '.) years old. had his right f< i over and cut otT by the wheel of tho Btreot car. ISvor sinco tho trial of tho olcetrii oars began ot: Commonv altb avon ? very largo rjrowd of sin il boys h is grcgatcd at tho place of trial, and n r Mio tri) m ( the car hngan, through tho kindness of r>lr. Ilh-ck, o> great many < . tho boys u ei v' nllowi d to ride. 1 *.ot e who ?? ?nid not get in weio warned it i tontWlnp to got on tho e -r While in moti n and told of tho dato er that alwsij i lurked in ? lectrio cars. Ncvert1 h - . i ion was tlways a or< of boys : lining along after the ear....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 6 December 1890

DIDH'T WANT TO SELL. A I.iqijlil lVr<u:?t!?m*, 11 <>\v ? Vi>r, <"li in^ed j tin! Old .11 mi's Mind. Old Sam Arbucklo was loaning on tho foneo, which surrounded tho hog Lot, and watching, with groat satisfaction, a I lino drove ot hogs eating tholr oVonlhg \ feed of corn, which ho had jn->t given thorn. While ho was thus engaged, a j man on horseback rodo to tho bouse, | and, dismounting, hitohod bis horse, j and oaiuo ovor to tiio pen whoro Sam was. "Good evening," ho said, as lie came | up. "Nice lot o' tiogs you got thcro." "Yes, mkldlln'." "Wallt tosoll them, now?'' "Aro you buy in".'" returned Sam, for answer, as ho took a fresh chow of "long green." "Yes," said (be stranger. "I bought a car-load yostorday, and two to-day; j havo nearly enough for another. Your : lot, thoro, would just about :it mo out." j "Wbut y >c payin'?" ] "Well, you'vo a nice oven lot o' hogs there, and IMI glvo you six arid a-balf cents for them." f*Ouosi I'll hold 'em for Bovon." "Yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 6 December 1890

THE ROAtfOKE TIMES. IBViliiY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. ROAXOKH TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors. ?JIM Er- liUILUlttG, Pblrd avenue and Kind strict, southwest. TELEPHONB NCMltElt USl. Tin-: Times will 1 0 delivered in Hoanoki*. Fa ein.ntul Viuttui >? y uioruiug by carriers for cuts per inonth. te11ms, BY ML, (Postage Prepaid.) ! Bally, ono moot 1.j " three mouths.| " six months . .... ?1.UI I " ono year.e.00 | All papersscnl ou( or the city must be paid for invariably in ailvanco. THE W EBKLY TIMES. TnB Weekly Times, containing the news of tho week in a inon condcnsi l form, one year, {1.00 lu advance. I ? Advertising rates ninlo t.uown on applica? tion. Items o' ::, w-\ imunicatlons. etc., should bfiii.\.lres>v<l !o 1 ' U 1 ? Till. TIMES. |<j.j. itni; 1 In . 1. --. innie y-onlrr. rcg Ifttore l letter, cn<...... or draft, should be ad? dressed and uiude imyublc to 7HH UOA:>UKl* ? I ?..- PUBLISHING CO. L\,,iuokc. Vlnrlnui; j Rntored ?? i f i\) i. tlicca...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 6 December 1890

SO?i'f THINGS SEE? AND HEARD By a Times Man in Hie Daily ! Walks About the City. The People Will Talle and the Tline.l Ite pnrteiTi art' not Deaf Timely 5ti|;i;eK lloiisaiul Just CrltJelsm Uy Prominent Citizens IIeaI'll i?n the Streets anO tlotteil Down on the Spot. '?What lnis become of tho organization known us tho Chamber <d" Commerce?" ' asked n wldo-awako business man of Thh Timks man about town yesterday. I f*Thoro is plenty of room and plenty of work in Itoanoke for tho Ro:il Ks t?te ! Exchange, the Commoicktl Club, arid a llvo Chamber of Commerce. It will bo a boiler day for Roanoke when tho iiu ;- ' ncs:, men realize tho real value an?! im? portance of co-operation. Many valuable i Industries are slipping through her lin? gers on account of a lack of it." MA "Wivu will we have a hospital?" ex? claimed a good-natured gentleman a lew days ago as bo saw an Injured man borne on a stretcher to the office of a physician. "If the City Council does not provide a sewerage system ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 6 December 1890

IDEALS OF BEAUTY. IThry Ar* WUlMy Dlfferrnt and Without l'o.tMili Uly ?>r lIurmoulRtni;. [ Thorg am few subjects that give riso to more .differences of opinion than tho ooauty of Individuals. Tho artists ha vo standard^ pt, beauty tbat serve well enough for the ideal face on canvas or for tho'rrirttAn'o statuo, but theso stand? ards have little application to tho human countenance as found in living men and rvomen. N?tige of tho disagreements re? specting professional beauty arise from V?o fact tbat somo people regard the artiste standards, while others care little for regularity of features, but. see beauty only in tho mobile faces and ex? pressive eyes. A woman may gain rep? utation as a beauty because of her re :n lar features And fine complexion, yet disappoint thousands who go to see her because her beauty is Hint of 'tho nfarbhc statue and lacks ex? pression. On,tho other band a wom? an quite' homely when her fcatttr ? are in ropORO may by her vivacity and charming expressi...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 6 December 1890

TH ^**a ly OI Ib an importan I factor in keeping .good hoaltb; if it docs not act in tho rway intended by n turo, its functions ?uro performed by otlier organs,? the Kidneys and the Lungs; and tho result is a bn akdoM n of gem nil health. cific S 1 ? 5 , wn cs Iis the remedy of nature to stimukito the. skin lo proper a Ion. It never fails in this, und . ? accomplishes tho purpose. Send for onr tr ? i iso on tho Blood and Skin Din Swift Sim ? 1 o., Atlanta, Ga. Tim. Howard witii It; uj and I i spring was though? us 'J}inu. ''. hca gavo him A. H. <). magical, in ivory j able 13 himself ;?. well i viciniiy Ii? ro pt cnounccl ho c Vpry . ; Bea'.vr Dam H ' ' SOLD BY ". ? Tr:r>ii ? ? . . . by mall u- . L is I 17 S. !.;lii ST., R pnrations Arm leoteranti ie ANOVER hroe y.tr.rr, !i i ' :; I i iiition and ? \ zffcol was io ho Was H :.' rofjar?a 1 irs in this f liQ" With t in r I >., Va. fl '.'aGl3T3. . :.in niac ... ? I lit eoJ ' II ID, VA. } ...-a-^i^tti^J lite ? * MENSTRUATION ,. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 6 December 1890

NEW FALL DRESS GOODS. SNYDER & MACBA1N ^lavc 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, hosier)' 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. 111 I t '?h lllUUiillilli j?*^. b ll IsLsa Hees L OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. ~.Off \/Cu nor?*3ra importer and repairer op ZETnsTE! BATCHES 11Y-v Our Repairing Department Is in charge, of the. very finest workmer that can bo had, and we guarantee! to work which cannot bo duplicated in the city. Send your watches to SILVEBTHOBIST'S AND GET FIRST-CLASS W O R K . tf ?e?ford City Real Estate and Stocks. 3D OoiMte c& to., IDSON& MOORE, Wholesale and retail dealers in frame stuff, flooring, siding, laths and all kinds of lumber. Call and .sec us. Off...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 7 December 1890

Call on I J. R. HOCKADA?, ?Tho Pioneer Asrunt, '. for Roanoko Roal Estate. VOL. IX.-NO. (J9. F SPECIAL NOTICES. Oil SALB. One lot fronting on Railroad avenue 7"i feet east of Henry street, fronting 25 feet by 105 feet to an alley. Price $7,500, SI,000 cash anil nothing to assume bo Tore tho last of January. WILBUR S. POLL ,v. CO. N Exchange Building. OTICE. Wc can sell lots in the heart of the town at 25 to 10 per cent, lewer than any other lots near them can he bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER& CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, vVa. f?ftiee corner Washington and Water streets. NEW ENTERPRISE. A We beg leave to announce that we havo inaugurated the "Magic City Transfer Co." and are now ready tor the transportation of passengers, baggage, or freigilt. We have nice vehicles, polite drivers, and will wait on you promptly night or day. Leave orders at our office, 112 Jefferson street, or with i any of our drivers. lJespeetfully. novin-tf in vai. ? Smith. rp?'lji ROANOKE DEVELOPMENT 1 CO...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 7 December 1890

A SOCIETY EVENT AT BRISTOL. James N. Dil?ard Weds Miss Gertrude Wood. JTlie Groom a Prominent Druggist an<l the Jirlil ? a Daughter of a Prominent Capitalist? Many Handsome and Valu? able Present*. IJniSTot-. Tonn., Deo, 0?[Special]? JV very brilliant wedding was solemn? ized in tho First Presbyterian Church hero last Tuesday night. The contract? ing parties were .lames N*. Dillard, proprietor of tlie corner drugstore, and und M ss Gertrude, the beautiful daughter of Captain J. 11. Wood, a proniine it lawyer and capitalists of this city. Tho ceremony was performed by Rev. George A. Caldwell pastor of the church. The attendants were A. F. Miles, ??best man*' and Miss Mary Wood, lirsl bridesmaid: C. C. English and Miss Mary West: George II. Pepper and Miss i Laura Crooks: C. C. UuOknor and Miss Messie White: 11. E. Graves and Miss i Kate Aynes. The church was beaut I- : fully decorated. After the ceremony, the parents of the bride gave a-i elegant dinie r to about eighty persons ti...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 7 December 1890

THE EE ALM OF FASHION. Lovely Woman Delves In Hi3tory fcr Fashions in Hair. Pretty Grecian Styles Coming Into Faror ?nints on DretMina; the Ilalr to Mnkg h Fair Face Fulrer and u Plain Ono Less Noticeably Faulty. ICOPYIIIGHT, 18tHJ.l [Special Correspondence.! The arrangement of tho coiffuro is a matter of much consequence, and will over bo treated as such as long as " Fair tresses man's Imperial race cusnuro. And beauty draws us with but a single hair." However, Bince the days when women wore horned head-dresses, in token of their being descended from rank and authority, to tho present time, when hair-dressing merely aims "at tho art which imitates chance, there has noyer boon a coiffure which has served for a universal style. Hair has ever refused 4 II Till: I.ATKST IN liAlfl DIIKSSIXG. to typify any thing, and its fashion has stood upon Its prlviloge of being as variable as?well, fashion. Derision, criticism ami tirade have at ! last vanquished false hair ahnest en? tirely, and at...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 7 December 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. KOANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors. TIM US BUILDING; rblrd avonuoand First street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 134. ?jllBTlMKS will lie delivered in ItOSnOkC, Stt '?ui.iind Vtnton every moruing by curriers for tents per month. THUMS, r.Y MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Daily, one montli ,.f ..>0 three months.LM ** six months . .... tl.tui *' one year."-OH All papers sent out. or the city must bo paid lor Invariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. Tirr. Wkbki.y Timks, containing the news of the weel, in u more condensed form, one year, jl.utj in advance. Advertising rates made known on applica? tion. Items of news, communications, etc., should "be addressed to the Kditor of Tuts Timks. Remittances, by express, money-order, rejr istered lottor, cheque, or draft, should bo ad? dressed and made payable to TTUE HOANOKH TIMES PUBLISHING CO. ltoanoko, Virginia, Entered nt tho Postofllcoat ltoanoko as scc cnd-elu^s mut tor. TH...

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