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SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA NEWS.
Sinn? Stealing in Pototourt and Bed
lord?News and <9ot?dp.
"Drdford Citv. Nov. ?[Special]?
"Mr. J. 11. (to<.d:>, a prominent young
law or of ?Vashingu n, 1). C . has opened
an office m his city for tho practice of
Horse stealing in this and llotetourt
, c;>uiiLj h become quite frequent. It
can hardly surprise .he public when it
is understood that Lucian Heard, Pat
Nester and Hart, three ex-convicts, who
havo served terms for that olfense, aro
now within tho borders of tho two
Mrs M. Ii. Botkin, of Charleston, W
Va., who has b sen visiting her mother
in this place, leaves for her home Satur?
.). It. Marsh, of the Marsh Printing
Company, has been quite sick for a w eek
The firms of E. (J. Abbott & Co.. and
Elliott, Hoffman ?& Brown are putting
on rngular city airs?handsome delivery
Twenty-one new residences are in
courso of construction here, some of them
very handsome ones.
The family of Mr. C. T. Anderson
leave to morrow for Graham, Va.
Hon. Abe Fulkcrson, of Bristol, is re?
gistered at Hotel Hceehonbrook this
A social hop will be given at Hotel
Hoo". enbrook to-morrow evening.
Claude, little son of Mr. M. T. Har?
rison, i a ! been sick for several days.
Tho Mothodist congregation lu re are
delighted over the return of Rev. R. M.
Chandler tu this charge
A number of real estate men are visit?
ing Glasgow and Buona Vista this
Jaundice seems to have brought about
a change, and is painting the people if
this community yellow.
Mrs. A. H. Elan, of Roanokc, is visit?
ing fr ends hen1.
Mr. W. H. Wilkinson will open in a
few days a produce house hero.
Little Annie ltogan, who has been
dangerously ill, is somewhat improved.
County Court is in session, and quite
si number of railroad men are herons
witnesses for the Norfolk and Western
road in an important case.
Rev. W. h\ Kane will begin a series
of meetings at the Baptist Church Sun?
day evening next. He will be assisted
by Dr. Felix, of Lynchburg.
Tho residence of Mr. John Kasey is
about completed, and is one of the
handsomest in the city.
Mr. It. it. Campbell, editor of the In?
dex, returned home yesterday, after an
absence of a week.
It is now authoritatively announced
that tho Hrck Engine Company will lo
eato its works at Hedford City. The
plant will bo under the personal charge
of Mr. It. M. Heck, under whoso
patent tho engines are manufac?
tured. It is a branch of tho Tay?
lor Manufacturing Company, of
Chambersburg, Pa., which has out?
grown its facilities, and, following the 1
example of other enterprising Northern
concerns, is seeking a location that
offers greater advantages in point of
proximity to cheap labor and abundance
of raw material.
Tho Security Hand Company is the
name of a new company that has just
been organized under a most liberal and
comprehensive charter, with power to
acquire, improve and sell real estate,
erect buildings, negotiate loans and
otherwise operate. Its organized capi?
tal stock is not less than $30,000, nor
more than $-.">(>.000, and the minimum
amount, is already subscribed. Tl e
property, which consists of thirty acn s
recently parchasi d from the estate, ot
Dr. Edmund Sale, is eligibly locnt? d
and susceptible of a high degree of im?
provement. It has boon platti d al?
ready, and considerable work has becu
done on streets and other improvements.
LYNCH HI RC.
.Another National Hunk to i>e Organised
in the Hill City.
LYNcniiuito, Nov. 28.?[Special]?
"Yesterday a number of business inen
started a subscription to the capital
stock of a new national bank to bo or?
ganized here in a few days.
Tho capital stock will ho $250,000 and
the name of the institution will be the
Rivormont National Bank. Major Peter
.T. Otey, president of tins Lynchburgnnd
Durham railroad, and formerly cashier
of the Lynchburg National Hank, is
prominent, in the movonu nt and his
name is mentioned in connect ion with
th?: presidency of tho now bank.
It is also understood that the promo
tors of the new enterprise havo engaged
the exti nsive building owned by Dennis ;
Morrison, at the corner of Main and i
Sixth streets, for the joint, use of tho :
bank, the Hi Vermont offices and the
Lynt chburg and Durham railroad of?
fices. Last night it was stated that
S150.000 had be n subscribed to the
oarital Stock and that no trouble was
anticipated in raising the balance.
^Regular Trains on the Dummy Line After
Sai.rm, Nov. 27.?|Special]?Messrs.
?Tamos Worthington and L. J. Wil
bourne, of Raltimoro, and J. H. Win
gate, of Roanokc, aro registered at
Charlos R. Towson, tho general presi?
dent of tho Monteiro Hand Company,
has returned to Salem. He has been
away for somo days in Richmond.
Collego avenue is opening up for
business. Two enterprising young men
Messrs. Burns <fe Mendonhall, aro the
pioneers of that street, having recently
opened a largo and beautiful stock of
Your correspondent had an interview
with Mr. Houston, tho contractor for
tho dummy line to-day. Mr. Houston
states that on next Sunday and thence
on trains will run regularly bet we n
ftoanoke and Salem. AH tho ballasting
has been completed between tho presi nl
terminus of tho line and Ronnoko, and
it is to be hoped before many days the
long talkod of dummy will get into
Mrs. M. Sohaonborger, Bearer Dam,
ijQ<Mra??j^^n^ -* ?'- 1 '
THE ARIZONA KICKER.
Somo of the A.nAojrt*,ig Things That Try
?11 I ?lltiir's Soul.
Apolookticau?Our subscribers will
not lail to notico tbo sad condition of
our third pago to-day. Wo bad tho form
ready for press when Judgo Gilbert, our
popular and ostcenicd Circuit Judgo,
called at tbo otlieo in a drunken condi?
tion, and in his attempt to hug us to
provo bis affoction. ho knocked tho
form into "pi." We hadn't time to reset
tho matter, and so had to leave the pago
blank. While wo aro sorry, it is not our
fault. Wo can't even pitch into tho
judgo about it. Ho not only owes us SSO
borrowed money, but controls legal ad?
vertising to tho amount of SSOO. This
is our position, and wo trust our readers
will appreciate it.
A Baffi.ep CONTKMPORAnV.?At ton
o'clock last Sunday night wo got word
by telephono that somo ono was open?
ing tho graves in our privato comotery,
wherein lie tho remains of tho so von
differont men who havo tried to got tho
drop on us but wuro a trifle too late. Wo
mado for tho see no at a rapid gait, and
what was our astonishmont to discover
that tho marauder was no less a person
than our esteemed contemporary?tho
editor, publishor and proprietor of tho
Cow-Hell Gazette and Ping-Dong Adver?
tiser. The old villain has stolen our
otlieo stove?borrowed our wood pile ?
booked our job typo?conspired with
our foreman?begcred our ink?opened
dozens of our letters and lied about us
from Sunday morning to Saturday
night. Ho has attempted to apu and
imitate our enterprises anil repeated
failures have mado him desperate.
lb hasn't tho nervo to pull a gun,
evon when his noso is between somo
I ono's finders. He pooh-poohed our gravo
yard in every issue, and sought in every
way to belittle our courage. Fired with
hate because everybody who comes hero
want to seo that littlo burying-ground,
ho planned to go 01:t there and dig up
every body and transplant, tho lot to a
graveyard of his own. We have br aid
of stupendous cheek, but this case takes
the cake. What did wo do? Well, we
didn't want to kill the poor old, long
shanked, bow-legged cousin of a cactus,
but we did turn to and maul him until
tho boys over at Ranch Fourteen?seven
miles away?heard his veils and thought
'hat a now specioa of whipporwill had
struck Arizona. Wo understand, ho
claims to have been "hlghwayed" and
robbed, and he's bragging that ho
i wounded two strangers. Tho case is as
wo havo givon it.
Stopped His An.?Two weeks ago wo
suggested to the public tho propriety of
putting a hempen ncck-tio on Dan
Smith, tho proprietor of tho LastChanco
Saloon, and swinging him up to a limb.
It soemed to us to bo tbo best way to
work a reform in his everyday de?
meanor. Dan was advertising with us,
and ho ordered his ad out. Result:
Dan Smith is now back at tho Kansas
Stato Prison to servo his unexpirod
! There's a moral in this. Wo proposo
to tako advertising in a business way,
and as a business investment. No mat
tor who is advertising with us, wo shall
refer to him editorially in any way wo
deem best Had Smith sought rovongo
by shooting at us wo should havo hon?
ored him. When ho turned in and
stopped a six-inch ad. which wo'bad
given him a low rate on, ami which wo
needed to All out tho sixth column of
tho third page, we dooiued that it was
time to close tho game.
Mom: Foolishness.?We havo known
dim Hastings for over two years, drunk
and sober, and wo novor supposed that
h? was a bit sensitive about having tho
entire American population know that
ho sloops in tho ditch oftoncr than in
his bed. In our last issuo wo incident?
ally referred to him in connection with
a barrel of whisky, supposing he would
feol flattered if any thing. To our great
amazement ho walked into this oflico
yesterday and demanded a personal and
public apology. IIo had with him a
writton apology, good for six solid col?
umns, which be wanted us to publish or
tako the consequences. Wo generally
prefer the consequences. Wo did in
this ease, and it was a painful spectacto
to seo pool- old dim, who was once a
gifted lawyer, and is now living on his
mother-in-law, peel oil to do us up. Wo
simply dropped him out of a back win?
dow, and when ho borrowed a gun at
the Star saloon and tired six bullets
into the Kicker ot'.ice wo paid lAm not
tho least attent ion. He is around town
boasting of how ho is going to shoot us
, on sight. Foolish old man! Wo can
only pity you! ? Detroit. Froo Press.
KxpciiMl vi> POiy^iilng.
Recently a Bavarian paper gave an
; impressive account of the oxporiences
of an English family at Obnrammorgau.
Tho worthy paterfamilias appears to
havo telegraphed from Paris for lodg?
ings and tickets for tho play. Ho re
coivod in reply a promise of both. Ho
came and stoppod for two days and was
1 then presented with a bill amounting to
4:17 marks, or noarly ?22, and mado up
! of items like those: Sitting-room, threo
j days, 00 marks; two bedrooms, with six
beds, 180 marks; bod for courior, 15
marks; bed for maid, 21 marks; board
for six persons, two days, 72 marks;
twolvo dinners, at 4 marks, 48 marks;
fire and lights, 12 marks; board for
eourior and maid, lfi marks; and so on.
On tbo top of this ho maid foil ill
through sleeping in a damp bed, and
her complaint was pronounced to bo
typhus, and this resulted in a furtnor
claim for ,r>00 marks?I presumo as com?
pensation for tho infection. Finally,
having thus paid nearly 1,0 iO marks for
their two day s fun, tho family novor
got any tickets and left without sooing
1 tho play.? London Truth.
A Perfect < ure.
Prison Visitor: You seem an honest
fellow, and I feel an in'orost in you.
Could any thing bo dont to mane you
Convict: You hot.
Ccnvict: Lon me out.?The Jury.
t vi ? iii. .j: Provided K-ir.
Gu?st?I'r. glut there's trope hor< In
ff.'? i : 1 i' iat ;? the idea of pui
tintt a Dibit) in. the room insuoh a prom
Roraoo Rhin .Juliet an Kterunl IfareweR
fur tlie 'Steonth Time.
"It is for tho last titno,'" sho whis?
Dumbly oyos told eyos this was tbo
truth. Always Inovltable, it had como
nt last. After to-night thero was to ho
no fniuro in common. As yot noithor
ha? said tho word that each is thinking
I of. I
j "Good-hyo!" A littlo word to hold so
j much of pain. "To forgot!" A short
sentence to Illustrate tho impossible.
"Not yot!" A prayer for a ropriovo.
"Tho end!" A future-less hour which
embraces Past and Prcsont.
"Tho rose is dead," says ho, as a
shower of potal3 fell at his foot Me?
chanically removing tho bronon stem
from his button-hole, ho added: "And
?tho word is said."
"It has been a most swoot chapter in
our lives," said sho with downcast eyes.
"I would not havo missed it," replied
ho?"though wo may novor add-"
"To ho continued." And a tear stolo
softly over her check.
Each had lingered, loth to turn tho
last torn loaf. Soon nothing would bo
loft of what had been all. Alas! That
1 the books of men's lives should bn writ?
ten in tho sand, and that the tidos of
1 tho years leave not oven a trace. A
, strango omptincss tills all the night.
'< Othor nights shall como ghost-haunted,
j (iiiost? of inscrutable glances?of sweet
i ropiles to old immortal questionings
j She stands beside him, her lips quiv
, ering with-agony*HulIorod for his sake.
' His nyos aro filled with pitying tears
for two brieten lives?their own. Alas!
' for the happy, foolish, fugitive hours
they had owned in common. Alas! for
tho nights hrimminsrwilh happy silences
undor the stars. Tho shaded lamp is
burning out. Tho hour has como.
Word:, are poor things.
"Did I bring my cann?" And his
trembling hand reaches into a shadowy i
"Yes; ttoro it is," replies sho.
Each knows that it is good-bye
', A caress. A sigh. A sob. The door
closes. His rapid footsteps are speedily
lost to hor listening oar. Yes, it is over.
The darknessswallows him from sight.
A murky flash. lie is lighting his
j And sho?
Sho slowly rearranges her ruffled
bangs as she murmurs, with a yawn:
"i wonder what timo he'll como up
Thoy havo bid each othor an eternal
farowoll before.?Johanna Staats, in
SOME AUTUMN FANCIES.
Tilings That PromtlD to He Very Hechcr
clio for Fall Suits.
I Tho autumn grays are, of course,
darker than wo have been wearing; tho
tho gray-groen, called Gobelin, this
summer comes in darker shades, and a
certain cloudy stone gray is seen, inde?
pendent of tho numerous iron grays and
bluo grays in dark mixtures.
Tho former aro seen among tho now
autumn sorges. and also aro mot with in
very modish shades among the Henriet?
ta cloths. Tho very dark sorgos como
in mahogany, very deep heliotrope, bot?
tle green and prunes and navy bluo.
These heavy fall serges havo very deop
and olaborato borders. Tho latter robes
?for thoy aro sol 1 by tho pattern?aro
seen in tho imported gowns made with
tho bordor running horizontally around
tbe foot of the skirt. A portion of tho
deep border also is used for tho vest of j
tho budico, while a narrow edging
border is used for finishing tho
neok, tho sleeves and tho bodice dra- ,
pery. This deop garnituro is from half j
a foot to one fool in depth, in some of it |
an itppliquo embroidery of satin and ?
cording, and on other patterns is in hor- j
izontal stripes of astrakhan and satin. |
Those fall serges are among the novel
tics of tho coming season. Camel's hair,
in all shades of brown and in dark
mixed grays, woven with stripes and
large flguro spots of the silken hair, is
a prominent fall novelty for the street
suits. Figured flannels are also going
to bo worn. Wreaths of flowers run- ;
ning vertically up and down the skirts
render them gay littlo gowns for out- ;
door wear. These fabrics resemblo
Borne of tho foulards in appearance, and ;
will probably be made up with other i
material, as the foulards have been, to
a great extent. Scarf effects or fronts
of contrasting materials aro pretty fall
fancios. In placo of tho blouse and
shirt so much worn this summor, vests,
either mado of plain plush or velvet,
slightly fulled beneath the sido plaits
so as to droop in horizontal, broken
folds, or laid in to form a point, whon of
fancy trimming or brocade goods, will
bo very fashionablo on tho strcot gown.
A new fawn brown promises to bo very
rechercho for tho fall suit. Hrown is
well suited to autumn, especially later
autumn.? N. Y. Star.
Where the Untile* Nmnke.
The scientists, doctors and others who
condemn the uso of tobacco should visit
Siarn and Hurraah. The. writer, while
in tho United States navy, visitod Bang?
kok once and was surprisod at tho in?
discriminate manner in which tho na?
tives indulged in tho uso of tho weed.
Handsome, dark-skinned young womon,
in their many-colored garments, v.ero
walking about the streets putting away
at their cigarettes. Old womon, men,
hoys and ovon the children were smok -
ing. It was a common sight to see lit?
tle tots, not over four or live years old,
with <t. string of hea ls around th ir
neei;., and a cigarette over each car,
sir i.: ng like a lull grown man. as tin
trotted about as naked a* on the ?'.;?;.
they wore born. Questioning an En?
glish ?poaliinjj native J learned that the
children are taught to ohow tho hotel
nut mixed with tobacco, and touno?i
as SOOU as they uro aide to wr.lt:. Not?
withstanding this oxeoMdv? utsbp( tho
Seductive weed ! - a a no Hi o.fteeja from
|t. i>a tho contrary, all of the (.bi|U < u
?< n sine Gng v s'l >ok, tut little
Have you an overcoat and a new suit of
Isn't your c?*avat, collars and cuffs about
worn out ?
Do you want to make a fine appearance
during the holidays? Call on
J. R. GREENE & CO.
The Jefferson Street Clothiers and Gents'
For heavy-weight suits and
Rotnoke Trust, Loan and Safe Deposit Go.
Statement, October 31,1 890.
Loans and discounts.$32
Cash on hand and in hanks. .
Expenses and taxes.
i.i a in i.n ii
,097 31 I Capital.
223,205 00 I Undivided profits and gross
13,500 00 ! earnings. 127
. . .$350,000 00
Deposits on certificate. !i">
Deposits on check. 107
Mills payable. 5
h. TERRY, Pres.
S. YV. JAMISON, Sec
II. S. Trout, Edw. Niningor. S. W. Jamison, I?. 1,. Terry,
.1. A. Jamison.
john k. penk. lucias k. cockkj
T>ENN & COCKE,
ATTO R N E YS-AT- LA W,
COURTS.?Roanoko and adjoining
OFFICE.?Corner Commerce street
and Salem ovenue. novl-lm
Room 5,over Commercial National Hank.
Courts: All the courts of Roanoko
City and County.
oct2fi-tf Tolephono ?0.
RCIIEll \j. PAYNE,
Room 12. Moomnw Building,
JEFFERSON ST. ROANOKE, VA.
Prompt attention to work in any part
of ihe State. Correspondence solicted.
o. w. iiANsnnouon. | bam. o. wh.ma.ms. I
ANSBROUGU & WILLIAMS,
ATTORN E Y S- A T-1. A W
ATTO R N E Y- AT- L A W.
Office on Commerce street, near Court
Special attention given to examina?
tion of titles to and matters connected
with real estate. tf
J \NCASTER ? LANCASTER,
CIVIL, M1NINO AN1) MECHANICAL I
Ji:rpi:r.sox St., - - Roaxokr, Va.
Correspondence Solicited. Ilox202.
FREDERICK J. ABWEG, C. E.
M. Am. Soc. C. E. Engr's Club of
Engineer, Contractor & Builder,
Commercial P.ank lluilding, Roa?
Room No. 11, - - -- Moomaw Building, ! J KINNEY, M. P.
Jefferson Street. Roanoko, Va. I i> ,? i ? ?? i
Will practice in the 11 listings Court of I pap nmm?T avo
the citv of Ronnoke. Court of Appeals! E\E,? EAR; ?j,lko_a1' an,l)
the city of Roanoko. Court of Appen
of Virginia and United States district
Otlico?Over O'Loary, Campholl street.
<?. 0. moomaw, i 4no. w. Woods,
Botetourt county. | Roanoko county.
j^OOMAW ^ WOODS,
ATTO R N15 Y S- AT- L A W.
Room No. 14, New Kirk Bulling, op-I Will practice in tho courts of Roanoko
posite Kenny's tea store. octl-lyr j city and county and counties adjoining
Will attend the courts of Roanoko and
Botetourt regularly, Roanoko, Va.
J^DWARI) W. ROBERTSON,
No. 1 Thomas Building Court-House
QHARLES A. McUUGH,
110 Jefferson street.
First floor to rear of dray ?fc Boswell.
Oflico: Salem avenue, opposito-Stewart's
furniture store. tf
S. OIUFFIN. J. AI.I.F.M WATTS.
?J RIFFIN A: WATTS,
ATTO RN E Y S-A'f-LA W,
Office: Room No. 5, Kirk lluilding, cor
ner Salem av nue and Jefforson st.
DR. ROBERTSON, 118 N. Liberty
street, Baltimore, Md., tho oldest
reliable Specialist (regular graduate)
in Baltimore, with 2."i years' experience
in hospital and special practice, guar?
antees a euro (without mercury or
caustic) in all acute and chronic dis?
eases of the urinary organs. Nervous
and Organic Weakness, Strictures, etc.
Urethral discasos recently contracted
positively oured in four to six days
Consultation confidential. Write oi
call. Medicines sent to any address.
Special treatment to Ladies. Hoard
and nursing if desired.
ENGLEBY & BROS,
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE,
AM) DKAI.KItS IN AI.I. KIM>3 OK
ATTORN E V-AT-LA W.
Otfice No. 10 Kirk Building, over John- COOKING AND HEATING STOVES.
Office: Corn, i Salem avenue and Com
moroe stri ? t.. over Wertss'a grocery.
my 11- if
THOMAS \\. M ILLER,
sou ant! Johnson's Drug .More.
l). UAIlH VWAY,
\T r.OUN BYtAT-LAW.
Plumbing and Has-Fitting, Roofing,
Spouting and Jobbing.
Sil EN AN DO AI I VALLKY RAI
s S. F. Tyler, Receiver.
Schedule In effect Juno 2,1800. '|
arrive at boanoke.
5:00 p. m. Dnily?Memphis Express;
from lingers town and th*
North. Through Pullina'f
Bleeping cars from No}'
York and Philadelphia %\
Chattanooga and Memphis
via Harrlsburg, H?gers
town and Roanoko. \
7.40 a. m. Daily?New Orleans " Ek
press from New York, Phil
adelphla and Baltimore]
making connection through
to tho South. Carri^b|
through Pullman palac
buffet sleeping car frot
Philadelphia to Now (ii
leans, without uhunge, va
11 arrisburg, 11 agorstowd
Roanoko, Cleveland, Ouc|r|
and L. & N. R. R.
5:45 a. m. Daily?Baltimore ExpielJ
from all points south ful
11 arrisburg, Ph iladclph'i
and New York. Carrie
Pullman palace built
sleeping car from Konnotk
to Philadelphia withou
change, via Hagorstow
7:20 p. m. Daily?New York and Phi
1 adelphla Express, frot
Memphis, Chattanooga an
all points south. For Phi
ud?lphla and N< w Y0>fl
Carries Pullman palac
bullet sleeping cars throut
to Philadelphia and Njhj
York via Koauol e, i liigorj
town and Harrlsburg.
Ticket agents will furuish all infol
matiou und through schedules upon af
<). HOWARD ROYER
tf L. P. & T. Agent. Roanoko, V;
. i hilk^Wii! i?i i
W.'r*. R. \: ^1 S?lR?Il?t?4?8l3 ilfl.ll
.Schedule in effect Sept. 3rd, 1800.
10:05 a.m. Daily; arrive Lristol 4:
p. m. Stops at all stationl
connecting at Radford wif
trains on New Liver Brauel
arriving at Pocahontas
8:35 |). m.
5:45 p.m. Daily, arrives Radford 7:
]>. m., connecting with Ne
River Itranch at 7::i:"i p. n
for liluetleld and Pocaho
tas: arrives Pocahontas 10:
p.m. Arrives Lristol 11:
p. m., connecting with
T. V. U. R. R. for
pointssputhand west. Ill
Pullman Palace ' Slocpfl
Roanoko to Memphis, wit|
7:55 a. m. Daily, arrive Radford 0:|
a. m., connecting with Nr
River Itranch, leaving Rol
ford 13:10 p. m. Arrivl
Bristol 12:40 p. m.,connec]
with K. T. V. ,t (J. R.
for all points south
west; has Pullman Pala|
Sleeper from Roanoko
N o w Orleans wi thai
5:25 a. m. Daily; for Lynohburg, I1
tersburg, Richmond, (\j
Petersburg and R. <fc I
R.,) Norfolk and intern
diato points; Conni ut^
Lyncbburg with V. Mi
R. for Washington and*t
East, leaving LynchL
7:40 in. daily. Arriv
Norfolk 2.00 p. m., Csiinc
ing with steamer linos
Baltimore and New York
10:1<) a. m. Daily; arrives Lynch.btl
11 :.v.? a. m., connecting Wi.
V. M. R. R. for all poJir
north, arriving W:.shii
ton 7:().'. ]). m.; arrives \l
tersburg 4:20 p. m.; arri^
Richmond, via R. &. P.
R., 5:05 p. in.; arrives N
folk 7.00 p. m. i
3:15 p. m. Daily: for Lyncbburg ,'q
rives Lynchburg 5:40 p. r)
7:20 p. m. Daily; for Lyncbburg
rives Lyncbburg (.?:20 p
Cripple Crock Extension?Lea^
Pulaski 8:15 a. m. Daily, except H\
day. and 3:00 p. pi. Daily, arrive Iv;
hoe 9:45 a. m., and 4:30 p. m.
Clinch Valley Extension (in operat
Aug. 3, to St. 'Paul, 81 miles)?Lei
Bluohold 8:10 a. in., daily; arrive
Pan' 12:55 p. m.
AL Inquiries as to rates, routes,
W. B. BEV1LL,
Gcn'l Pass, and Ticket Agen
CIIAH J. EDDY, vice-preslddrit.
jaul General Ofticos, Roanok
SA. & O. R. R.
THE NATURAL TUNNEL ROU^[
IN EFFECT ALU. 3. 1800.
Trains West. TrainbEJ
Puss. Mixed. Mixed.
No. 1. No. 3. No. 2. Nt
a. m. p. m stations. a. m.
S 15 2 35 Lv. Bristol. Ar. 1140"
8 32 2 52 "Walker's .ML 11
8 40 3 00 Banhuni's. 1116
0 00 3 20 ?Abram's Falls. 1100
0 05 3 25 Mendota. 10 05
0 25 3 44 Mace Spring. 10 32
9 35 3 55 Buton's. 10 21
9 45 4 05 ?Nottingham. 1013 j
0 51 ill -Moccasin Gap. 10 00
lb oe 4 17 Hallilvlllo. 10 CO
loos 127 *Marblo Quarry. 9 50i
10 15 4 35 "Big Cut. 0 41
10 25 1 45 Spear's Ferry. 9 30
to 32 t 50 Clinchport. 9 23
10 40 5 00 Natural Tunnel. Oltij
10 50 5 10 "Horton Summit. 9 00]
11 00 r> 17 Duflield. o 00]
1 1 05 5 25 ?Wiscloy's. 8 52
1111 5 31 Ward s Mills. 8 4.r
11 25 5 42 'Wildcat Summit, h
11 its 5 55nKast Big Stone Hap. 8 M
1 1 45 0 05 Ar. B. Si Lap. Lv. 8
a. m p. m. a. m
* Trainr. do not stop, except to
passengers, or on signal.
IL W. HATES.