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ERADICATES BLOOD POI?
SON AND BLOOD TAINT.
Cbvkkal bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S. S.)
0 entirely cleansed my system of contagious
blood oolson of the- very worst type. "
YVm. S. Loom is, Sbreveport, La.
CURES SCROFULA EVEN
IN ITS WORST FORMS.
had scrofula in 18JH, and cleansed my
- system entirely fiom It by taking seven
bottles of S. S. S. I have not had any symp?
toms since. C. W. Wilcox,
Spartanburg, S. C.
I HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF
J CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed
>ree. Swift Specific Co.. Atlanta, Ga
A. Jt. C. Chitnical Co., j
/ Richmond, Vit. I
Having if or <t. long time Buffered
from tho /effects of a horrlblo blood
trouble, a?i<lafter resorting to medical
sUllluuit other remed tcs without lime- j
fit, I trlM'* A. Jt. V. Alterative." I f
have bee it entirely restored, ami it <?
affords 1110pleasure to fittest Its vir- r
tucs. It Iserldcntlg arcry greattonto r
and alterative, and I recommend, any C
Buffering Jrom, blood trouble, to try it. \
,T. IT. WEIMER, (
1015 if. Cary St., Richmond, Va. i
SOLD BY ALlTdRUGGISTS. i
Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases
by mall free. Add re&s
A. B. G. CHEMICAL CO., \
The reason RADAM'S MIGROItE KIL?
LER is the most won?
derful medicine, is be?
cause it has never
failed in any instance,
no matter what the
disease, from Leprosy
I to the simplostdisoase
known to the human
The scientific men
of to-day claim and
prove that every disease is
Caused by Microbes,
Bail's Microbe Killer
Exterminates the microbes and drives
them out of the system, and when that
is done you cannot have an ache or pain.
No mattOT what the disease, whether a
simple .case of malaria fever <w .a ?combi?
nation! oi 'fltisoases, we cure idiom all at
the same lime, as we treat alii diseases
Asfihiie.a, Consumption. Cataunrit, Bron?
chitis, Rheumatism, Kidney and Liver
Disow.e., -Chills and Fever. Female
TrouWos, in all its forms, arud in fact,
every ?disease known to the human sys?
llew-'uire .?tf Fraudulent Imitations.
See tt'b.H.t our Trade Mark (same as
abovo) appears on each jug.
JOHNSON Jfc JOHNSON.
Druggists, Sole agents 'or. Jerffarnnn
and luirst ave. s. w. ;,uti17-ly
Gents: I now
write to lot you
know that 1 have
been usiug your
Bitters, and also
to tell yom what
hey have done for me. I luwe been
rouble* with dyspepsia for years. I
commenced the use of your Burdock
Blood Bitters and they have brought
me out all'l right. The use ot three
bottles conferred the great l?eneGt,
for which I feol profoundly grateful.
I will nev-sr b? without it.
anl4 d ly WM. H DELKER.
Hyeing, Cleaniitg, Repairing.
You will save money by bringing
your dirty clothes to be cleaned or
dynd and repaired to me. Charges
moderate. Work first-class.
^Corner Campbell and IUviry streets,
Roanoke. Va. tf
TheCitizens Bank of Roanoke
Salem Avenue, between .lefierson and
J, B. Lkvv, President, late cashier
Commercial Hank Roanoke, Va.
11 M. Dickinson.
Accounts of banks, bankers, eorpor
ations, merchants, and individuals
solicited. Our facilities for doing a
general banking business are equal to
any banking house in Virginia. Col?
lections a specialty and prompt remit?
tances made. Interest allowed on time
To I Ion r a und st?r?- ? the ReTerseof Wis?
dom and Generosity.
True economy does not lio in ovor
muoh saving. The thrift that fills attics
and closets and store rooms with cast-oft
clothing, dislocated furnlturo, odds and
ends of stuff of all variety Is not economy
at all, hut extravagance and waste. The
only mission of things in this transitory
world is to bo of service to the pooplo,
and the power of rendering sorvlco de
ponds on conditions. It is wastoful and
useless for the elty woman, whoso
rowns are all made by a fashionable
and expensive modiste, to put by half
worn dresses v.*ith a view to their being
mado over again. Tho exponso of their
being ripped apart, pressed or cleansed,
and sufficiently freshened to be avail?
able In a combination with new material,
will quite equal that of getting now
goods to begin with, to say nothing of
tho trouble involved. At tho same
time such dresses given to women who
do tho work for themselves will hold
somo value and that is tho truly wise
economy which places things where
they will do somebody some good.
Thero is a very wide gulf fixed between
this careful and thoughtful attention to
details, Booing that, nothing i3 really
wasted, but goes where it can bo of somo
service to some one, and meanness or
niggardness. Lydia Maria Child, who
sometimes wroto to her friends on tho
backs of old envelopes, was never un?
able nor unwilling to assist those who
needed assistance. As Emerson said of
Alcott, "He was rich because ho was
always nblo to help some one
poorer than himself." It is a
very easy matter for tho
woalthy woman to subscribe gen?
erously on public subscription lists, and
costs far less than does often the contin?
ued and perpetual thoughtfulncss of the
poor woman who is unable to over give
any thing of special significance at any
one time, but who, nevertheless, meets
many daily noods of thoso immediately
about her. A lady whoso large posses?
sions and generous thought-fulness
seems almost equal, romarkod recently
that she had not a storo-room in her
house; every scrap and object of any
kind loft over In her household, from
clothing to furniture, or kitchen
utensils, was at onco placod whore it
would do somo one some good. A chair
or couch grown too shabby for her beau?
tiful rooms was given to the family
whom it would well serve, and whore
skillful fingers could ropair or renew it
and make it a valuabla adjunct to the
furniture. So with housohold linen,
dishes nnd a thousand things all tho
timo accumulating in an elaborate and
luxurious house. Hero was truo and
wise economy. Thero are hundreds of
households whore attics and store-rooms
aro crowded with things that arc of no
earthly use, or will ever be to the pos?
sessors, which attract moths and insects,
and aro the burden of tho semi-annual
house cleanings; but which, if they had
boon given away at their freshest and
best, might easily havo served some
purpose well. To hoard und store is tlio
rovorso of truo economy.?Uoston liud
Plain Living the Healthiest.
The question is asked why animals are
able to eat almost constantly and yet
enjoy good health while, it is claimed
that human beings must oat only atccr
taiu hours if they aro to maintain
health. If digestion wore with us as
with tho animals, the main business of
life, doubtless wo might concentrate all
our energies upon our stomachs and keep
thorn filled the most of tho time, and
still continue in fair health. The lower
animals have greator digestiv? vigor and
i less mental ability. As somo one says:
j 'lAn animal is n stomach with other or
I gans appended." Wild animals have no
I hard work and few annoyances. Take
; nn animal and worry it as many a poor
, mother ?r business man is worried, and
it would not live a week. If wo under
' take to do brain-work and muscle-work
! and at tk-e same time give our stomachs
I no rest, there will surely bo physical
j failure On somo direction after a time.
? If we want to do tho most and the Siost
j work, "plain living and high thinking"
\ must, be our rule.?From a Lect ure by .1.
, H. KcDvugg, of Itattlo Creek Sanitarium.
The Jews lu Kungln.
I The. Xovoe Vremyaconfirms the state?
ment which it made swine days ago with
I regard to a further limitation of the
civil rights of tho .lows. The paper now
, says that the now regulations aro lieing
, elaborated at the Ministry of Finance
and will apply to all -.lews inhabiting
t bo north itnd southwestern and the Vis
i tula provinces. Tho exact nature of Ute
' new limitations is not y-et mado public.
Tho police 'departments have boon in?
structed to-enforco the operation of par?
agraph UOTiof tho ninth volume of tba
Russinn code, under which it is permit?
ted to Russian Jewish students having
completed their courses at the Lyceum
to enter any university in the Empire
for which they may be eligible, but up?
on leaving tbe university they are com?
pelled to return to their native towns
tinder certain penalties and disabilities.
When a .lewisli student fails to conform
to this exacting and oppressive regula?
tion and eludes tho vigilance of tho po?
lice, bis parents, if living, aro held re?
A lliisrleorf Fabrication..
I Emma told mo that you and grandpa
used t<v keep a corner grocery, years ago.
Granduothor?Weil, she was mistaken.
Julia? Yes, I knew it, that's what I
Grandmothor?Wo used to keep a
grocery, but it was in the. middle of the
Stern Father of the flirl?I saw you
kiss my ilaugkfer as I passed the parlor
a while ago, and 1 want yuu to know J
don't like it.
Young Man (smacking his lips)?You
may not, but 1 do.?Epoch.
A Tcnder-lfaarted <;iri.
Old Million?My dear Miss Young
thing, if you'd only marry me I could
Miss Youngthing?Why, Mr. Million,
if yon w ere dying I'd marry y.ru iuaiiji;:?
ulc- N. Y. Weekly.
RATT'S JBjr ILLER ?
?'or ltd RMS* frlcep In ix1.".?-,
nun. Snro By \\ Iti'iwon'ov?o:i;
mid >>i*;e<lHy runai
ratmrh. why <lo
you snupr? Oswl 1b
?ii InfilllHe cure.
Sold by Budwell, Christian & Barhoc,
and all druggists. jylO-tf
by an Km- H- w
Sold by Budwell, Christian & Barbce,
and all druggistB. jylO-tf
QIIENANDOAII VALLEY RAIL
S. P. Tyler, Receiver.
Schedule in effect .Inno 3? 1800.
AKRIVK AT roaxokk.
5:00 p. in. Daily?Memphis Express,
from llagerstown and the
North. Through Pullman
sleeping ears from New
York and Philadelphia to
Chattanooga and Memphis
via Harrisburg, llagers?
town and Roanoke.
40 a. m. Daily?New Orleans Ex?
press from New York. Phil?
adelphia and Baltimore
making connection through
to the South. Carries
through Pullman palace
h?lfet sleeping car from
Philadelphia to New Or?
leans, without change, via
Roanoke. Cleveland, Calora
and L. & N. 11. 11.
>:45 a. m. Daily?ISaltimore Express
from all points south for
and New York. Carries
Pullman palace h?lfet
sleeping car from Roanoke
to Philadelphia without
change, via llagerstown
T:20 p. m. Daily?New York and Phil?
adelphia Express, from
Memphis, Chattanooga and
all points south. For Phil?
adelphia and New York.
Carries Pullman palace
buffet sleeping cars through
to Philadelphia and New
York via Roanoke. llagers?
town and Harrisburg.
Ticket agents will furuish all infor?
mation and through schedules upon ap?
O. HOWARD ROYER.
tf (I. P. & T. Agent. Roanoke. Va.
NORFOLK <& WESTERN RAIL?
Schedule in effect Sept. 3rd, 1800.
10:05 a.m. Daily; arrive Bristol 4:00
p. m. Stops at all stations,
connecting at Radford with
trains on New River Branch:
arriving at Poeahontas at
3::i."> p. m.
5:45 ]). m. Daily, arrives Radford 7:20
p. in., connecting with New
River llranoh at 7:35 p. in.,
for Rluctleld and Poeahon?
tas; arrives Poeahontas 10:55
p.m. Arrives Bristol 11:30
p. m., connecting with E.
T. V. & G. R. R. for all
points south and west. Has
Pullman Palace Sleeper,
Roanoke to Memphis, with?
7:.">."> a. m. Daily, arrive Radford 0:15
a. m., connecting with New
River Hranch, leaving Rad?
ford 12:10 p. m. Arrives
Bristol 12:40 p. m., connects
with E. T. V. & (1. R. R.
for all points south and
west; has Pullman Palace
Sleeper from Roanoke to
New Orleans without
")::J."> a. in. Daily: for Lynchburg, Pe?
tersburg, Riehmond, (vir.
Petersburg and R. A- P. R.
R..) Norfolk and interme?
diate points: Connects at
Lynchburg with V. M. R.
R. for Washington and the
East, leaving Lynchburg
7:4() a. in. daily. Arrives
Norfolk ?.'.00 p. in., connect?
ing with steamer lines to
Baltimore and New York.
10:10 a. m. Daily: arrives Lynchburg
11 :.")(? a. in., connecting with
V. M. R. R. for all points
north, arriving Washing?
ton 7:05 p. m.: arrives Pe?
tersburg 4:20 p. in.: arrives
Richmond, via R. & P. R.
R.. 5:05 p. m.j arrives Nor?
folk 7.00 p. in.
:;:1."> p. in. Daily: for Lynchburg and
intermediate stations: ar?
rives Lynchburg 5:40 p. in.
7:20 p. m. Daily: for Lynchburg and
intermediate stations: ar?
rives Lynchburg 0:20 p. in.
Cripple Creek Extension?Leaves
Pulaski 8:15 a. m. Daily, except Sun?
day, and 3:00 p. in. Daily, arrive Ivan
hoe 0:45 a. in., and 4:30 p! m.
Clinch Valley Extension (in operation
Aug. .1, to St. Paul, 81 miles)?Leave
Klueneld 8:10 a. m., daily; arrive St.
Paul 12:55 p. m.
All inquiries as to rates, routes, etc..
W. 15. RE VI LL.
Oon'l Pass, and Ticket Agent.
CT1AS. O. EDDY, vice-president,
janl General Oilic.es. Roanoke.
J. R HOCKADAY.
REAL ESTATE AGENT
Roanoke City, Va.
OFFICE: lor. First St., s. w., First Na
tional Rank Building. myll-ft
Jxo. D. Sir aim. II. M. Hkurkii,
Formerly of Danville. Notary Public and
STUART & HEUSER,
Ri al estate agents. Ivanboe. Wythe
county. Va., buy and sell, on commis?
sion, town lots. Mineral and farming
land a specialty. All business entrusted
to us will be promptly attended to.
? Correspondence solicited.
J. F. WINGFIELD,
Fire, life and accident, in?
surance and real estate agent,
has moved his office to
NO. 114 COMMERCE STREET,
Where he will be pleased to
see his customers. Major A.
L. Pitzer is with this firm, and
would be glad to see his friends.
A full line of
Which :ire open for inspection.
21 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia.
H. M. LINNEY&SON,
REAL ESTATE AGENCY.
Twelve Store-Houses on Salem Avenue.
Ten Building Lots on Campbell Street.
LOTS ON THE WEST END BOULE?
From $000 to 81,500. In llellmont, from
$??00 to $.100.
A GOOD PLACE TO INVEST.
Near the College Institute from $300
to $400. tf
j W.m. F. IlAKKIt. W.u. II. Maiikt.KY.
BAKER & MARKLEY,
Real Estate Agents,
Have removed to 100 Salem avenue,
s. \\\, Roanoke, Virginia.
City property, farms and mineral lands
sohl. Correspondence solicited.
I7ILOWERINC IHJLHS ? Hyacinths,
tulips, etc. Just received, hrported
direct from Holland, our fall stock of
these bcnutifnl winter and spring tic ver
ing bulbs. Descriptive circular contain?
ing cultural directions free. Send for
it. T. \V. WOOD .V- SON'S. Seedsmen,
8 and 10 S. Fourteenth street. Kieh
mond, Va. sep24-2wks
<P A fTiPIAN w? 1? I'ouslnn Hhora *re
Vail A IvIS wurrautcd. and every pair
bait bia imtiio nnd price Mumped on bottom.
W. L. DOUGLAS
$3 SHOE GENTLEMEN.
Flue Cnlf and Laced Waterproof Grain.
Tho excellence and wearing aridities of this shoe
Cannot bo better shown than i>v the strong ?ndorso
meets of it* thousands of constant wearers.
SfS.OO Genuine Ilnnd-sscwcd. nn elegant and
5j stylish lire?* Shoo which commend! Itself.
Syj.OO flauet.Mewed Welt. A tine cnlf Shoo
nnei|uallc(l for style nnd durability.
SO.BO Gondycnr Welt Is tho standard drew
O s ln>e, at a |K>pular prlco.
C*?.CO PolMDiau'l 8hoe Is especially adapted
O for railroad men, farmers, etc.
All luado lu Congress, Hullen and lace.
$3&$2 SHOES LAFD??rJs,
linv?lx?cn nwwt favorably received since Introduced
ami tin- recent liiiprovciients nialco them superior
to any sh/>e;i sold at these prices.
Aflk yoor Dealer, atd If no cannot supply you send
direct to factory enclosing advert laeU price, or a
DOitui for order blanks.
W. L, it'llCI.AS, Ilrocklon, Musa.
WYTHE COUNTY, VA.
Distinctly the Riebest Mini Town in Mow est Virginia
The largest mines, the richest lands, the finest limber surrounds Ivanhoe.
Iron, lead and zinc are already being smelted in Ivanhoe and vicinity.
Charters secured for other iron and zinc companies for the purpose of erecting
Large Foundry, Machine Shops
and Stove Works
I'mler construction. Free sites and liberal inducements to manufacturers.
Immense limestone and iron and zinc mir.es arc being worked or developed
within the town. Important industries secured, and negotiations pending
A railroad center in the heart of the greatest
iron region in the United States. The only
town on this great Southern connec?
tion of the Norfolk and Western
The world famous limonito and mountain ores of the Cripple Creek Val?
ley and the celebrated liossan and magnetic ores of Carroll county are within
minimum haul of Ivanhoe. In direct communication with tho Poeahontas
coal and coke Holds. Reing ?',000 feet above the sea tho climate is unsur?
passed by the celebrated mountain resorts of the world. Vast tracts of Virgin
forests close to hand that can be floated down to Ivanhoe.
Magnificent hotel, stores and dwellings under
contract. The cheapest and best lots
in the South.
The Ivanhoe Land and Improvement Company are now receiving applica?
tions for lots. Only those lots that have two or more applicants will be
offered at auction.
GREAT SALE OCTOBER 15, 1890.
A grand chance for investment. Maps, price lists, plans, plats, etc., sent
W. C. VAN D?REN, President. | (5. M. SEK LEY, Sec'y and Treas.
JORDAN L. MOTT, owner .1. L. Mott Iron Works, Mott Haven, New York.
CHAS. <?. EDDY, vice-president N. &. \V. Railroad, Roanoke, Va.
EDWIN EINSTEIN, ex-Congressman from New York City. Capitalist and
director in the New River Mineral Company.
OEO, II. SEE LEY, of New York City, Capitalist and president of New
River Mineral Company.
W. C. VAN D?REN, of Ivanhoe, Va.
DEN. .IAS. A. WALKER, of Wythoville, Va.
HERRERT (i. HULL, Capitalist and Lawyer, New York City. tf
J. R. GREENE & CO.,
Duffey So Greene,
-A- t cost,
Preparatory to removing in their new and elegant storo rooms on Jefferson
street next to the Times building. (So and see them; they
will treat you right.
A. J. DAVIS. .1. A. PACE. AUGUST RENING,
imiaikiie DvconsrEY fast'
If you want to make
Safe and? Profitable Investments,
Call on or write to
ID^-TTIS, ^^OKE d5 CO.,
Peal Estate Agents. ',"2 Sabin Avenue, Roanoke, Va.
We have a corps of salesmen that will always be ready to show our customers
about the city. Parties desiring information in the mater of investments,
great or small, will do well w> consult us. oot'.blm
3D. 3=3- Enjirrell, Proprietor,
Nos, 5 to 9 Norfolk avenue, opposite Union
passenger depot, Roanoke, Virginia.
New Building, NewSand Elegant Furniture.
First-elass sample rooms for com?
mercial travelers. t.