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KOCH'S METHOD A SUCCESS.
To Consumptives Come Tidings
of Great Joy.
1'ubUo Interest'Wrought up to Its IMgltvst
Vitr.h?inoculation for Tuberculosis in
ihe Experimental Stage No Lougcr~
1 nulriietliiK Physicians in the l'rcpara
t ittit of the Lymph.
Copyright, 1890, by tlio N. Y. Associated Press.
Jjkhi.in,' Nov. 15.?[Special]?Prof.
Koch holds supremo sway over public
interest. The publication of the profes?
sor's statement yostcrday has intensified
the excitement, both here and abroad,
and from every center of Europe
und America telegrams of inquiry
are pouring in on Kock, I'fuhn, Cornel,
Bergmann, and other medical men who
are known to be engaged in treating
patients by the new method.
Koch's cliniyuo, in Albrccht Strasse,
the Imperial Sanitary Institute, and the
free sanitarium, whore Cornel and
other Koch Is ts are at work, are swamped
with lotters and personal applications.
Many medical men, including a number
of English and American physicians,
hare boon studying the process, under
Dr. Levy, in small wards of the private
hospital at Prcuslaucr Strasse, where
Prof, Koch first achieved his striking
results with small means. Here since
October 8 prominent cures of consump
ttver have been in progress.
Dr. Levy every morning shows his
patients to visiting physicians and
? illustrates the peculiar features of the
method as visible in individual cases.
Addressing a group of physicians in his
private laboratory, Dr. Levy said:
??The remedy not only attacks particu?
lar places and groups of huccllli, hut
rapidly annihilates all tuberculosis Imc
eilii with which bodies are infested.
We now know that the curative matter
acts equally upon all groups. The lirst
care is to tree organism from baeeilli.
To obtain this end wo apply massage at
an early stage of treatment to the
glands, joints, etc., affected by tubcrcu
' losis in order to force the bnccllll, which
have encased themselves in cysts, into
the blood channels, where we can more
1 easily reach them than when they aio
\ in those parts where circulation has but
'?After loassage and injection to sub?
due baeeilli. all that remains to he done
in cases of tuberculosis of the bones is
to remove dead pieces of bone and
restore the general health of the
In order to meet the pressure of cases
another hospital is about to be estab?
lished in Alexander I'latz. where the
Hotel (Jcrmanla is being transformed
into wards having 150beds for consump?
tives. Dr. I'fuhn reports a strikingly
rapid euro of lung tubercles The
patient was a man of forty-two
He bad been ill for six years, and his
case was apparently hopeless. The first
injection was made on November5. The
usual symptoms followed in jection. An
increase In fever and sickness were fol?
lowed by a distinct change In the char?
acter of the sputa and notable cessation
of characteristics of consumption. Dr.
I'fuhn promises the patient that, though
it cannot replace those parts or his lung
that arc gone, the remedy will insure
the healthy retention of the smallest
Sai.km, Nov. 15.?[Special]?Kuilding
operations continue on every hand.
Work is plentiful and houses uro rapidly
going up; especially i ?. this the case on
'the south side of the river, where the
Development Company's houses are
The Holstein Woolen Mill is all under
roof, and the finishing work within is
being rapidly pushed to completion.
lit the improvement Company's olllce,
where all are busy, is to be seen an
especial activity now. Preparations are
being in ado for their groat sale of lots,
which will be one of the great events in
real estate circles. The sale occurs on
the 11th and 12th of December.
Mr. J. II. I'rantz has recently become
a new member of the real estate firm of
H Three Colorado street lots changed
I hands to-day al ?2,100 n oh ce, and three
? Calmer addition residence lots at?000
Beach, to Roanoko machine shop people,
Iwho will travel on the dummy to their
Iwork ;.t Roanoke.
? Tilt: KNIGHTs IN MISSION.
Kdliimr SuhJeetH Discussed--l'ou ?lerly's I!e
H Denver, Col., Nov. 15.?[Special]?
pVj'he Knights of Labor took up the en
Itire session yesterday in considering the
?report of the committee on laws. This
?work will probably be concluded to-day.
Bwhcn more, important questions will be
?brought before the assembly. Little
Sjhas been said regarding candidates for
Bthe various offices, who are to be chos< n
Bat this meeting, but there appears to be
Si general feeling that there will be no
?opposition made to I'owderly's re-elec
Htion as general master workman. Some
?prominent knights are consulting as to
?the advisability of the knights entering
H Pittsbubg, Nov. 15.?[Special]?The
?West bound express on the Baltimore
Bind Ohio jumped the track six miles
Rjast of Clarksburg, W. Va., at 10 o'clock
Hi his morning and collided with the
Hdconor of a working train. Cars were
Kvrecked and the track torn up lor one
PlTnindred yards. In tlte working train
ttijlanios Floyd and .1. A. Armstrong wore
K&atally hurt. In the postal ear Clerk
H?Charlos Dean, Hoorge Henry and Wil
Soiiain Herden were seriously hurt. The
$wjoss to 'the railroad company will he
, l.ci \
Democratic Heinous! rat ion.
Ig} i;i.::%k] ICY Sl'ltlNOS, W. Y:t.. Nov. 1"..
?jl[Specinl |?A grand demonstration
K ivas hold by the Democrats of thiscoun
W.v h< :e last .night. It was the largest
& ..'o'er -d i.ere. After the parade Hon.
Bot Koyd Faulkner, of llerkoley county.
HEdd'.eSseil the asst mblago. lie was r?
BuVivVd with, great applause, repented
FINANCE AND COMMERCE.
Nbw Yonic, Nov. 15.?[Special |?Ex?
change quiet and firmer at 4803?@ isi }?:.
Monoy easier, closing offered at ."> to <;.
Sub-treasury balances ? Uold, 81II.
830,000; currency, 83,*ti43,000. Govern?
ment bonds dull and steady?4s, 132:
i s. loi. State bonds entirely neg?
Ala. CA 2-:is..l03 IN. ?. Pa.,1st.. .87J$
do. Cl. U5S..107 N.Y. Con- 97J.
(la. 7s mortg'e.... N. & W. prof.. 5 1}1
N.COS.122 N. l'ae. 19H
do..4s. its N. Pac. prof.
S. C.eon Ur... 99 Pac. Mail- 33
'renn. Iis.103 'Reading. :.".?'..
Tonn. Ss.104J4 It. & W. P. T'l 14.S
Tonn. sett.... 70 Kock Island.. 0.1
Vir. (is..r)0 St. Paul.4?Ji
Vir. consuls... 47 St. Paul prof.103
Cb. & N. \V... 103 jTex. Paeilie.. 14
do profer'd. .135 iTn.Coal & lr'n 31 M
Del. & Lack... 127.U Union Paeilie. 45 >4
Erie. 18% N. J. Cen.100'.;
H. Tenn., new. ('>'.; Mo. Paoiflo.... 51
Lake Shore ...lO.'P.. West. Union . 7?
L. it N. mii Cot. Oil T. C.. 15
Mem. & Char.. 57 llrunswiok... LS
Mob. it Ohio.. 33 jMob. it 0. 03}$
N. itc. 0? IsilverCer_loo
Killed l>y an Explosion.
Lima, <)., Nov. 15.?[Special]?Hy
premature a explosion of dynamite in
Custer's stone quarry this morning,
Charles Hurkctt. Henry Wisecup and
Oeorge Fisher were blown to pieces, and
Krank Fisher and Samuel Watt seri
Roanoke Opera House.
Tuesday, November 18
Henrich t'onrcid. Director.
60 ? ARTISTS ? 60
In a magnificent production of
TIE GYPSY BARON.
Music by Johann Strauss (The Wall/.
King). The company includes Itettina
Pndclforl Rita Sclby, Francos Rous?
seau, Ida Fitzgerald, Lula Nichols,
Ferris Hartman. John .1. Rntfacl and
Charles V. La?g.
OUR OWN ORCHESTRA.
Prices. .")(), 7."> and Si at the Opera
House. Reserved seats at Johnson's
drug store $1.35. novl3-4t
it Virginia Mineral,
Timber, Farm and City Property
Principal 0fl.ee, Roanoke, Virginia.
The undersigned have opened an. of?
fice for the sale of mineral, timber and
farm land, and city proportyon commis?
sion. They will develop mineral lands,
analyze ores, give instructions for de?
veloping on a reasonable charge, sell
farm and limber lands. All mineral,
farm and timber lands listed with them
for sale will bo extensively advertised
through agencies in the Northern States
and Europe. A record of all ores, their
analyses and location will be kept in
our olHcc for inspection of buyers.
MINERALS A SPECIALTY.
i All persons' having mineral, farm or
1 timber lands are requested to list them
with us for sale. The long experience
! of our senior. Mr. J. A. Dal by, in mining
I and sale of real estate warrant us in as
. suring our patrons that their interests
: will be properly guarded in t he sale of
j their property, and all money coming
? into their hands will be promptly paid
I over. Owners may, if preferred, employ
j their special agent or attorneys.
! Persons, in sending descriptive list of
property, are specially cautioned against
j giving overdrawn descriptions, as it,
lessens chances of sale. We also advise
' against giving options on mineral
properties, they often interfere with
i sales and lead to litigation.
I Wo shall do a legitimate commission
! Active, reliable agents wanted in
every county In Southwest Virginia.
All city property listed with us will
have prompt attention, and sold to best
i We have booked for sale a list of im
proved and unimproved property, busi
; ness and dwelling houses in different
sections of the city.
Persons wishing to buy or sell are
respectfully invited to call on us.
Olllce, Room ::. Moomaw Ituilding,
Refer to First National Lank of Roa
.1. A. DALLY. SONS iV Co.
WANTED?A yi. unff ,nan ^ith sumo
experience in ?In''l?i?ff. delivering
and keepingstook in orxK r:,,al?? v i'?"P<e
of press feeders. THE H!,'LL ' RIM?
ING AM) MANL'l An .'UvlM' LO.
CVREAT BARGAINS CAN BE HAD
T at Camp's Ten-cent NovoJty Jew?
elry Store, No. 14 JctTOrsonst. no-vld-lw
4k^OnA MONTH?Opportunity of;
?TpV/V/v/ n century tu men of experi?
ence, and ability. Exclusive territory
?riven, good solicitors. New and popu?
lar plans; attractive features, Liberal
contracts. Address BOX 2327, New
York. nov4 -1 ta wk-2 w
LOST?A rat terrier, black, with
small spot rubbed olf right leg; 4 or
.r> months old. Liberal reward will be
paid if returned to J. B. MULCABE, IIS
Salem avenue. novl5-2t
NOTICE TO REAL ESTATE
agents. All agents who wish to
go to the real estate convention, held in
Norfolk. Va., on tilth and .'Oth, will
please leave their names this morning
with FRANCIS 15. KEMP. novlfttf
WANTED?Applications for posi?
tion of secretary and treasurer of
the Roanoke Real Estate Exchange, at
a salary of SI,000 per year, will bo re?
ceived by .1. W. HOSWELL.
.1. II. FEAT 11 HUSTONE.
1). R. HOWM \N.
FOR KENT?Two rooms, furnished or
unfurnished, in a pleasant locality,
live minutes' walk from street car line
address 545 Fifth avenue s. w. novl5-3t
JOST?On Salem avenue, between i.
J Itaohrach's store and the Citizens'
Hank, a blank book containing ono 821
bill and a check payable to C. a. Itakor
?5.00 if returned to Till: TlMKS otlice.
1\ 7 ANTED? At once, two good tin
t t ners. Shop hands. Apply to
TUOS. MULCAUE & CO., Bedford City,
IPermanent position wanted
by experienced I). e. bookkeeper
with a i references. Address A. Ik,
Times Office. novl l-2t
SEVERAL boarders can be accommo?
dated at 540 Salem avenue s. w.
IOST OR STOLEN on Day street, bc
Jtwecn Jefferson and Henry streets,
a boy's velocipede. Liberal reward if
returned to J AMES M ECR BOY, S. V.
R. R. ollice. novl4-(!t
IOST?at Roanoke. on Monday. No
_j vember loth, a plain pearl pin be?
tween hours of i p. m. and il p. m. Any
person returning same to HERHERT A.
C. IJEAUCLERK, Fincastle, will re?
ceive S5.00 reward.
IOST?TWO HOUSES, one a gray.
J speckled with red. having a wind
gall on one fore foot and about. 11 fteen
hands high. The other is a dark bay.
sway-backed and stands high at the
shoulders. I le has a .small knot on the
tail hidden by the hair, the knot situ?
ated near the point of the tail. A re?
ward of 85.00 will be paid for their
return or for information that will lead
to their recovery. Return to WALTEH
1'. CAM I*. No. i K) Fourth avenue s. C.
"1\7" ANTE I).?Two unfurnished rooms
v t centrally located, for light house
keeping. Address X. Y. '/.. TlMKSofllce
no v 13-1 w
T7" ALU ABLE LAND FOR SALE?
t We oiler HID acres of very desirable
land near the city limits of Roanoke
and Salem. A rare chance for inves?
tors Apply at once to J. A. DA LH Y,
sons A. co.. Room 3, Moomaw building.
Jefferson st. novll-lwk
107 ACKES oK LAND BETWEEN
I V.' I Roanoke and Salem for sale by
NEAL? HERN DON. novll-lw
k RARE CHANCE?Fine property
1 \ for sale. .Ml by 130. situated in ling?
ers, Fairfax & Houston addition, front?
ing on I'niton, drove and Gilmor streets
and Mormon avenue. All corners, one
will) a new house, two thousand dollars,
hall cash. One with a nice spring run?
ning through it, suitable for business
purposes or residence. $1,000 cash. Ad?
dress E.WALSAK.104 Campbell street,
Roanoke, Va. novl l-lw
V\7 ANTED AT ONCE.- -Any ono who
t t wishes a bargain in a nice cham?
ber suit of furniture or parlor suit to
call at W. W. WORKMAN & CO.\S,217
Salem avenue, and see what they have,
nov 8-1 w
v v fessional men know that thev can
secure the service of an export steno?
grapher and type writer by cabling up
telephone !">(> or calling at Stenographic
or Type Writing Bureau,room 7. Masonic
Temple. Parties desiring to dictate
correspondence orhavt dco ls, contracts,
stc., copiod t,ro thus enah id to do so
with nit los s of time.
1>ARTIES wishing stable for two
horses anil buggy house can apply to
352 Church street. nov 2-tf.
APOSITION WANTED by a grad?
uate of Kentucky University, (in
hook-keeping and banking). Best re?
ferences given. Address T. (i. HARD
WICK, Nevrrcr?}, OHes Co.. Va.
HAVE 70 lr house painted in first
class style by Carr. None but lirs*
class material used.
HAVE YOUR DINING R(> :M CEIL?
ING nicely decorated in either oil
or water colors. Carr can do it. marG-tf
ripiIE STRONGEST FINANCIAL If]
_L slitu:'on in Southw st Virginia.
The Roanoke Trust. Loan end Safe De?
posit Company. Capitol and Surplus,
?302,212.00. Pays H?rest on deposits
F. and A. M.
Then' will be a staled
communication held in
Masonic T 6 in p I e on '
Monday ovoning at 7:
o'ch ck. All Master Ma?
sons cordially Invited 10
attend. By order of the Worthy Master.
il. C. MACK LIN, s? .'rotary.
I Compare THE TIMES' news columns
, with those of any other paper publlahoa
in a rndlu^ of 200 miles. If you want the
' news you cannot ultord to Oo without it.
Real Estate Asrents.
MAIN OFFICE: Roanoke, Va,
max meadows, va.; front royal, va.; shenandoah, VA
, n. c.
Special attention given to applications made to us for lots at any of
F. B. KEMP & COMPANY.
Parter, Yost & Co.
REAL ESTATE BROKERS, ^
Mineral,Timber and Farmlands. |
CITY LOTS A SPECIALTY.
MAX MEADOWS, VA.
\V D. YOST. II. D. < . 11UF0RD.
B. I?. FARKER, Norfolk. Va.
U. I! MAUPIX. VKAN K ST. CLA1R.
JAS. II. KALDWIN.
Great Sale of Lots, Dec. 11 and 12,
Wm F. Uakbr. Wm. 11. Mahki.ky,
BARER & IARKlEY.
Real Estate Agents, j
i pi remcvea to 100 Salera avenue, |
s. w Roanoke, Virginia.
i'ity l-ro) e? ty, farms ami mineral lands
sold. Correspondence solicited.
TERMS: One-third cash; balance in one and two years.
Those lots Ho on principal business and residence streets. Thn
properly adjoins the old town, and is surrounded by the lands of other strong
companies. 11 is ihe most valuable property in Salem. The Norfolk
and Western and the Dummy line to Itonnoko run through it and have their
Dassenger Stations on It. Streets have been graded and macadamized,
and tije town water system extended through them.
Salem has made more rapid and substantial progress in one
year than any other city in Yiruinia: 318 houses have been built; about
$1.000,000 sponl in buildings and improvements; the population has
doubled, ami the business of the postolllco and telegraph otlloo increased
500 per cent.
The iron furnace, the factories in operation, in course of erection, and
actually secured, will employ several thousand hands, :">d the present,
population Will be doubled another year. Negotiations are in prog?
ress :ose .r.e other large plants.
The llaltimore and Ohio and Roanoko and Southern will soon bo built to
Salem, making it, an important railway center.
Salem is bound soon to be a great iron and steel and general manil"
faciuring and commercial city; 1,1,1 Salem and Roanoke, now
rapidly growing together, will bo the industrial center of Virginia, the
gateway to the great iron and coal region of Southwest Virginia.
For large, sure and quick profits, now is the time to invest in Salem, tho
??<>ueen City id the Southwest."
ENORMOUS PROFITS ARE BEING MADE IN REAL ESTATE.
Tor maps, pamphlet of 32 pages, etc., address
J. VV. F. ALLEMONG, President, Salem, Virginia.
ENGLEBY & BROS.
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
A N 1 > OK.VI.KRS IN AI.I. KINOS OK
COOKING AND HEATING STOVES.
Plumbing and Gas-Fitting, Roofing,
Spouting ami .lobbing.
i 10 Salem avenue, ROANOKE, VA
? MINERAL LAND.
I offer for sale 201 aerosol" Coal and
Iron Land, situated in the Catawba val?
ley of Virginia, eleven miles from Roan?
oke. The outlook for great develop?
ments on this property is splendid. The j
ore is a vein of soft brown hematite 32 j
feet wide and assaying 50 percent, me- !
tallio iron. And the coal prospects are ^
line- two shafts having been sunk, one
20 and t he other :.'.*> feet, through solid
coal slate. The property also contains
a mineral spring, which the analysis of
Lehmann A .Mager provi d to possess re?
markable curative powers for all kidney
troubles, especially for diabetes. The
enormous qtiaritlty of coal and ore that
will be required lor the large number of !
furnaces and other industrial plants in j
course "f construction in Southwest Vir?
ginia will greatly increase the already
large demand for these minerals, and ?
consequently enhance the value of such
property. Two railroads have boon sur
! yoyed near the property, one of which
in, Roanoko and Craigrailroad, and the
I other, the Virginia Western railroad,
will afford valuable connections. Fuller
information can be had by addressing
II. HOHENHEIM, 113 W. Ualtimorc St..
Baltimore, Md. nov8-3m
DRINK BlUE RIDGE WATER FOR
A fresh supply just received at
Budwell, Christian & Barbee's,
Clciilcs Lyle & Co.'s,
Coffnian & Hoffman's.
Johnson & Johnson's.
nov 11 A; 1 il
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