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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 December 1890

Call on J. R. HOCKADAy, Tlia Pioneer Ayoni, for Roan ok 9 Real Estate. VOL. IX.?NO. 82. F SPECIAL NOTICES. Oil BALK. Tvro hundred shares of Lako Spring land Company, stook for ?* per share. The land of' this company is entirely 9?id for; ovor two-thirds of tho lots re siain unsold, and tho stock worth &> per ?hare on tho books of tho company. WILBUR S. POLE Si CO.,' Rooms 3 a?id 4, Exchange Building. OTICK. Wo oan sell lots in the. heart of tfie town at 25 to 10 per cent, ltwor than any other lota near them can bo bought for. SUMMONS, AMBLER & CO., REAL ESTATE AOL NTS, Buchanan. Va. Ofllae eorner Washington and Wator siroots. JyJUSlC IIAS ITS CHARMS. VYo desiro to call ihn attention of the citizens of Roanoko and Southwest Vir? ginia to oar extensive stock of superb ?laues of tho following makes. We ?Mention separately tho celebrated ** Ntorett," one of tho best: also tho Weber, Stock and a number of others of 4ue make. Wo sell them on easy terms and guarantoo all of them...

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. — 23 December 1890

THE HEX'S DAUGHTER. A Weird Tale of Modern Witch? craft in Pennsylvania. "I was onnbusinoss trip through cen? tral Pennsylvania rcoantly," said a New "York travelling man, "and slopp. d one night in a quietjitllo old Pounsylvonla Dutch town. An old woman bad died on tho placo that day, and wherever 1 went about the village her d ;ath seemed to bo tho leading topic I finally asked the landlord of tho botol whero I ntopped who Or what tho old woman bad been. "'Oil, sho was a hex,' tho landlord replied. "Not having tho least suspicion of what in tho world a box might be, I pushed inquiiy and learned that a groat many people in that vicinity, and, in fact, throughout that entire part, of tho State, wero still firm believers in witch craft and in tho power of certain per? sons, by ridiculous incantations, oero montcs and prescriptions, known under tho generic name of pow-wowing, to drive tho witches away from persons, animals, wells, crops or whatov, v had fallon under tho ban. These wit...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 December 1890

Ike Bachrachf Has the best assortment oi" v f Christmas Novelties In Roanoke.

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. — 23 December 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. ITTBBY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. fcOANOKB TIM KS P?nLIsniNQ CO., Publlsnors ami Proprietors. TIM KS BUILDING, BUrd avonuo and Birst ttrcot, southwest. TBLEPIIONB NUMBKU 121. ^irc Timks will ho delivered in llonnoko. Sn ?m,and Vtnton ovory uiomintf by curriers tor cents per month. ?JBUMS, OT MAIL, O'oatnse Prepaid.) Dally, one month.I ?80 tlm-o months.J.60 *? six months . .... ?j.OO ** ono year. All papers sont out tit tho city must be paid #or Invariably in advance. TUB WBKKLY TIMKS. Tm> Wfeki.y Timks, containing tho nows of UHp wook in a moro oondonsud form, ono year, 9><o0 ia ad van oc. Advertising ratoa maao known on npplicn Uoa. ,_ ESeins of nows, communications, etc., should too udrirossod to tho Kditor of Tim Timks. Rtmilttnnocs, by express, nionoy-ordor, refr JBtowJ letter, cheque, or dralt, should bo ad drwsjol and made payable to THE ItOAXOKB TIMBH P171U.ISU1NG GO. Hoaooke, Vinrfnia. Bnforol at the Voatofnoe at Uoanoko as sco ?nd-clisss matter. Thr...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 December 1890

REACHING FOR INDUSTRIES. Jarnos S. Simmons Leads the Exchange in the Right Way. Hmnmy.8ul>scrlb*d for Uvlnglng Moro In .,; ' dnntrli-H to Kounoko and a Committee Appoiniod to Solicit Bio re?Severn! Sew Members Admitted to tho Kx chnngc? Other llusliicss Transacted. Tho Roanoko Roal Estate Exchango hold its rogular mooting last night. Mr. Boswell said that Mr. Watts had agreed to ront tho exchango tho whole of tho floor now occupied for $50 a month. Mr. Ludwig said that ho had seen Commonwealth's Attorney Smith, who said that ho could not prosecute Bowcn, sinco 'all indictments had boon with? drawn. Tho 825 roward offered for Bowcn's nrrest by President Tlockaday, of tho Exehango, had not been paid by llowen and that President Myers, of tho Nor? folk Exchange, had not been repaid. Mcbsi's. Terry & Pope, Garner & Flouiuoy, Fryo Bros., 11. Crowl Real Estato Company, G. Powell, Hill &, Son were admitted to membership In tho exohange. Jas. S. Simmons in a speech advised th...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 December 1890

ICE THINGS FOR CHRISTMAS. Tho Times' Advertisers Supply? ing the Holiday Trade With. Everything Necessary for Elegant mill Appropriate ChrUtmas Presents? What Can he Keen anil Purchased In <h? Stores of the Atlvertlsors in The Tlmes:-The Crooers Will Help tho Local Market to Furnish. (looil Christmas Dinners. The show windows of the merchants and business men of enterprising Roun oko who advertise in TllB TlMKS are wortli a long wadu through tho slush and snow to see. In some especially great artistic taste is displayed. All Tijk Timi-:s* advertisers are doing a rush? ing Ohristmas business, a verification of tbo fact that advertising in TukTimko pays. .1. Ii. Greene & Co.. the Jefferson street clothiers, can fix a man up mighty spruce for Christinas. Jusl jrlancn at their assortment through tho window if you want to convince your? self of the fact. You can get tho nicest big dolls and little dolls, to suit, any sizod girl that hasn't yet passed the dolldom period, at Snyder ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 December 1890

THE SKIN. Is an important factor in keeping good health; if it does not act in tho way intended by naturo, its functions aro performed by other organs,? the Kidneys and tho Lungs; and tho result is a breakdown of general health. Swift's Specific Is the remedy of nature to stimulate tbo skin to proper action. It never fails in this, and always accomplishes the purpose. Bend for our treatise on tho Blood and Skin Diseases. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga, 9?) LESSENS PA!M ^RT0 LIFE ?b [DIMINISHES 0* ^g* "MOTHERS"}1 fflf Ifljfl BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTAn* colo ? YALL ORUCGISrS. aru NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. The reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL (IjtfNrilL LER is the most won liS?liOTw dorful medicine, is bo eause it has never failed in any Instance, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy to tbo simplcstdiscaso known to tho human system. The scientific men of to-day claim and provo that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? Exterminates the nicrobos and drives them out of the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 23 December 1890

Have opened up a large I hie of new goods specially suited for Christmas presents. Toilet Sets. BkgaJtit plush cases, hand leme plush albums at 75c, $1, **-75j #2.50 to $s each. Princess Alice bags and Pocketbooks. Im!s, Bolls, Dolls, Dolls, Dolls. Bisque and indestructable ?olls all sizes and at all prices. BOOKS. Picture l>ooks, story books, booklets, tables and easels, toys and games. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Handkerchiefs. Linen and silk, hemstitched, embroidered and initialed, plain and bordered, from 3c to I $3.50 each. Ladies' & Gentlemens' Umbrellas Hundreds to choose from, and at low prices. Towels and Table Linens, Linen sets, plain, white and fancy borders from $2.75 to $9 a set; plain white and fancy bordered knotted finger towels from 19c to $1.75 each. 134 P PERSONAL ITEMS. What People are Doing in Out of Roanoke. and In order to have ;uy store remodeled for mj .Tilg and Summer Stock, I will now offer my on tiro stock of clothing and gents' furnishings at P R E C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 December 1890

Call on ; jr. R. HOCK AD A"?, : ? T to u Ploneor Agent,; for Roanoka Real Estate. ; 1 VOL. IX.?NO. 83. SPECIAL NOT 1 CBS._ RENT. Wo will offer for rent until the first of J&uuary n largo office on the first floor of tho Exchango building for $20 per month. Rent to begin from January lut. 1*91. Call at once on, or address WILBURS. BOLE A CO., Rooms 3 m\6. Exchange Building. $?W? "_ Wo oan sell lots in the heart of trtio town at 25 to 10 per cont. lower than any other lots near fci.em can bo bought for. SUMMONS, AMBLER & CO., REAR ESTATE ACE NTS, Buchanan, Vu. ODfieo corner Washington and Wator streets. M USIC IIAS ITS CHARMS. Wo desire to call tho attention of tho citizens of Ronnoke and Southwest Vir? ginia to our extensive stock of suporb pianos of tho following makes. Wo ?aontion separately the celebrated Everett," one of tho best; also tho Weber, Stock and a number of others of tno make. Wo sell them on oasy tcrmB and guarantee all of them to jivoentiro .satisfaction. All...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 December 1890

* CHRISTMAS church 8kbvick8. 'The IScrvIros anil MuhIo at ltoanoke'n Churches To-morrow. The ohurchos that will have special church services on Christmas day aro tho 8t. John's Episcopal, tho Creone Memorial Methodist, and tho Catholic Churohes. The Second Lutheran Church will have a sorvico at night. In the morning Itev. Mr. Bushnoll will conduct Christmas day services at St. .lames Ch?rch, Vlnton. There will he no services at the Pros hytorian, liaptist or St. Mark's Luth? eran Church. Rev. Dr. Meade, will conduct the Christmas services at 11 o'clock Thurs? day morning at tho Episcopal Church. Communion services will bo had and a special collection for disabled ministers of the Episcopal Church will bo taken up. Tlio musio will bo very line, under the direction of Professor Gocrncr. It will he furnished by the regular choir, augmented by stringed instruments. John Stewart will accompany on the cornet and S. 15. Carey on the violin. Of tho special music may be men? tioned "Henedict...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 December 1890

Ike Bachrach! I Ins the best assortment of ' In Roanolce.

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 December 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. UVB BY MORNING, BXCBPT MONDAY. BOA no KR TIMES PVllIdSHIKQ 00., Publlsnors and l'ropriotoru. TIMHS IWIMHNU, rhtnl avenue and First street, southwest, TELEPHON? NTJMDBIt 134. Tub Timks will bo dolivnnxl in Itonnoko, Sn and Vtnton ovory uioniluic by carriers fur oonts per mouth. i*Bu?.fs, nY mail, (Postage Prepaid.) DjII y, out) montti.> ,fo ** Mnw months ..... 1.50 ?* sis months . .... S.M " ouu year.COO All papers sent out of tho city most bo paid for Invariably In advance. TDK WEEKLY TIMES. Tiro WKBKI.Y 1 ,wtTSi. containing iho nows cf ttl? weck m aTnoro condensed form, one year, $1.00 In advance. Ad-wrrtteinff rates maoo known on applica? tion. _ Dem? of nows, communications, Otft, should Wnfum*! to ?.hu Bailor ol Tub Tiuks. litaniHoner.-, by express, luonoy-ordcr, m: tRj/n' l tatter, ohequo, or druft, should be r.d tiros.-**.! and inado payable to TUB nOAHOKBlTIMEB r?HLISniNG W. Roan ohe, Vlnrtma. Rntor<*l at tho Postollicc nt Uoanokc na SCO ?tnd-Olas!* m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 December 1890

THE PRIZE WINNERS. (Continued from pace 1.) from Now York, Philadelphia and Haiti more wore passing through Southwest Virginia, when thoy sa\\ tho beautiful soonery, tho excellent water-powor and a Quo site for a city. They at onoo bought land to build a city, whose growth has boon marvelous to the world. Roanoko has somo very fine advan? tages. She has tho minerals of the Southwest right fti hand. Sho has line railroad facilities to bring tho ore to her furnaces. Sho has many great indus? tries, such as tho Roanoko Machine Works, tho Crozor Furnaces, tho Ron noko Holling Mill, tho Roanoko Iron and Bridge Works, tho Bridgewater Car? riage Works, tho Roanoko Iren Com? pany, tho Roanoko Hrewing Company, tho Roanoke Ilag Company, Brick and Tilo Works, Sash, Door and I Hind Fac? tories and many others. Roanoko has two flno railroads enter? ing her and ono under c.instruction, which gives her ample means to send and rooalvo goods from tho north, south, east and west. Roanoke has a groat ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 December 1890

. TUB ?O.YNOKK AM) SOUTHKKN. The Vt :>rk Moving nt the Other End ?f the Lint'. Winston, Dec. 2?..? (Special)? The Roanoko and Southern railroad will ?oon run a passenger train through to Kidgeway, to which place tho road will Tory soon be completed. No telegraph wires have yet been put up along the road, nor will there ho until the road is completed to Martinsvllle. 1 At a meeting of the town commis aioners of Madison last wook the lloan <>ko and Southern bonds were delivered to the treasurer'of tho road. They run for twenty years, with annual interest paymonts. An election will soon he ordered in Davidson county (N. ('.) on t he pro-1 posed subscription of 3100,000 to the Roanoko and Soulborn road. Loxlng ton is the seal of that county, and it is believed the subscription will carry without difficulty. Aiuon^r the oilier industries of Win 8ton is the .shipping of tobacco stems to Gormany. A liriu here which makes a speciality of this business last week shipped."in one lot,...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 December 1890

A Physicians Advice. I suffered for years from general debility. Tried other remedies, and got no roliof. My Physician prescribed S. S. 8. Iincroascd in llesh; My appetite improved; I gaiucd strength; Was made young again; It is tho host medicine 1 know of. MAnALEY TlTOPEN, Oakland City, Ind Bond for our book on Blood and Skin Diseases. Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Oa. LKSENS PWfJ' ?R TQ LIFE Qb Jg^rfc CHILD .JJCCK SO BRAQFI?LO REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA? ; SOLL jiy/iLL B/ltiC'SlSi'S. 1 SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tho reason 11ADAM'S MICROBE KIL y^^;;>,yj-.'?-.-;'pS.x 'JER is the most won- I <^'/|%\'i i''j,VA'';'^^''' i-:ul meilicine, is he- j I O^Skc causo it has ncv< r tailed in any instance, no matter what the j disease, from Leprosy to tho simplest disease k nown to the human 1 system. Tho Koicntillc men of to-day claim and provo thai every disease is Caused by Microbes, ? AND? Exterminates tho niorolios and drives them out of tho system, and when that is dom> you cannot have ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 24 December 1890

.IT. _ IB' i Sarge line or new for Christmas presents Toilet Sets. Blegant plush cases, hand? some plush albums at 75c, $1, $i-7S: $3.50 to $5 each. Princess Alice bags and Pocketbooks. ftoHs, Bolls, Dolls, Dolls, Dolls. Bisque and indestructable ?Holls all sizes and at all prices. BOOKS. Picture books, story books, booklets, tables and easels, toys and games. Ladies' & Gentiemens' Umbrellas Hundreds to choose from, and at low prices. Ladles' and Gentlemen's Handkerchiefs. Towels and Table Linens, Linen sets, plain, white and Linen and silk, hemstitched, j fancy borders from $2.75 to $9 embroidered and initialed, j a set; plain white and fancy plain aud bordered, from 3c to ?3.50 each. bordered knotted finger towels from 19c to $1.75 each. 18 CLOTHING ?T PRW spring In order Co havo :?y Sioro romodolod for my 1 will now offer toy ontirc stock of clothing an 1 gents' furnishings at E COST Corao early and got choice selection. 53 SALEM AVENUE :iP2^?:^:K:r.:E'Z'o:E3.. OFPOSSTE UNION...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 December 1890

Call on * J. K. KUCKADA1, -noPkmoor Agent?; for - BcAooke Koai Bate**. ; 1 TOL: IX.?NO. 84. ?TSXXAX. NOT1CH?. F OB RBNT. 17? will e?or for re?t ?atll %*? first of January ft lurge office ?? ike first floor ?f the BzohftBff* bulldisg for ?19 per Moutb. Rout to begin from January let, Uli. Call ab onet oa, or addrosa WILBUR 3. POLB & 00., ttooEas 2 and 4, Bxohaage Building. OTIOU. \fe ?au soll lob? in the koart of 1AM town at 35 to 40 per oont. Hurar tkan any other lota near tfeom oaa bo bought for. SB MM ON M, AMBLBR& CO., REAR HSTATB AOENTS, Bnehanaa. V?. ? flleo oornor Washington and Wator Streets. j^JU?I? UaS ITS CHARMS. We desiro to Call ike attention of the elvizeaa of Roaaoke aid ?oefchweafc Tir glaia ta aar ox tensive ateek of aaparb I piaaoa of tUo following aaakos. Wo ' ateafetea separately the aelabrstod " Bvarott," ono of the beat; ftlao the Wuber, Stack and a number of ofcuora of 8ne mako. Vfo ?oll fcheai oa easy terms acd gaarautae all of them to give entire sati...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 December 1890

BONEL." Thin lingers fluttorod wneasily about a frayed button on an equally frayed and worn overcoat, and a woman'a an x Iohs oyealooked dopreoatingly into tho bus band's face. "What 1? it, Mary?" bis tono was gentlo, with an under? current of sadness and despondency in it. "Christmas comes to-morrow, Lionel." Sho did not look in hisfaeo t, but elonely Bsru'jminod tho frayed ton na If it wow tfio absorbing ;t of hor thought:*. 'I know It, Mary." "Could?could?yon lo* mo have a lir <Jo money. Lionel? For Wio children, 3?t?b know, door?v< ha.vo never let tho day go past without rtwetfri*;,' fx>r thorn." "And wo mast no* now," ho said: "they will never bp yoong butoooo, poor things." 11 n took out a worn wallet fcom his pocket. "I have looked over all the old things im search of bits to make over into gar? ments or fancy thinr^ for febom," she centinnod apologetically, "but every Ifclng io worn so close, Lionel. I try to bo frugal and Baring." llor eyes were filied with tears n...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 25 December 1890

Ike Bach r?ch? Has the best assortment of * Christmas Melties In Roanoke.

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. — 25 December 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. SNrBBfY MOKNING, BKCBPT MONDAY. EOANOKW timk9 PVUMBHING 00, Publisnors and Proprfotara. TIM RS ttOll.DiHd, ?Sbtrd avortue and first eerooi, souttawoat. TBLHPHONB ICtfUBBn 134. ?fmi Timm will bo dollvorod In Koanoko, Ba :oxn,an(l V In ton every morning by carriers for ?outs pur mouth. VBIUfS. BT M All,, (Pofctosro rropaid.) onoraonta.$,-59 ' three months. - Bixmonika . * ' * ' 2 ?> ? ? um) year.?-w jiO jwpiirs seat out of fUo oity must bo paid ibr Invariably in advance. THH WBBKIiT nil 153. Tnn YTmbmi.t Timm, ??ntninirvr tbo rows of ttvvw v-v in a aor* condensed form, ono year, >ajH tn ?*t*oso. Jroras ?f MOWS, eomnmnlofition?. oto., shonld ba >vi ,re-*.?*\ to uw Bailor Ol Tita TIMMS. lfc,mt?*u?eoj, by cipnss, nionev-onh r. rw Mored ta-bter. cheque, or draft, shenld be nd dres-e-i and mad* poyablo to T41B BOAKOKBiTTTMHSlTTmr^flRlNG CO. Baaaoke. Yixjriiaa. Bntsrn* at tbo Poatoinoo at Bonnoko as see ?mf-uls?a matter. Tms Times controls the fran? chises of bot...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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