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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.
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Iis the remedy of nature to stimukito
the. skin lo proper a Ion. It never
fails in this, und . ? accomplishes
Send for onr tr ? i iso on tho Blood
and Skin Din
Swift Sim ? 1 o., Atlanta, Ga.
witii It; uj and I i
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BRWIELD REE ULM OR CO. ATLANTA G
Tho reason LA DA MS MTCRORE KIL?
LE It is the most won?
derful medicine, is bo
causo it has never
failed in any instance,
no matter what tin*
disease, from Leprosy
to the situplesl disease
known to tho human
Tho scientific men
of to-day claim and
prove thai every disease is
Caused by Microbes,
Exterminates tho niorobos and drives
thorn out of tbosysx'in, and when thai
is done yon cannot have an ache or pain. :
No matter what tho disease, whether u i
wimple case of malaria fever or a com hi- .
nation of diseases, wo eure tin m all at i
the same time, as wo treat all diseases
As?hma. Consumption, < x>, Bn n
chitis Rheumatism, Kidney ? \ 1 Liver
Dlsoat , Chills and Fever, Female
Troubles, in all its forms, and in fact,
every disease ki rwn lo tho biujuu s
Beware of Frau .ulont Imitationt
See that, ? ur Trade Mark (si mo is
above) appen rs on sacli jug.
JOHNSON & JOHNSON,
Druggists, Sole agouti1 'or. Jeffnrsn?
and First avo. s. w. junl7-ly
fGetita: I now
write to let you
know that I have
I been using your
I Burdock Blood
Bitters, and also
to tell you what
hey huv?-ilone for me. I have been
roubled with dyspepsia for years. 1
commenced the use of your Burdock
JBlood Bitters nod they have brought
me out all riirlit. The use of three
bottles conferred the great benefit,
for which I feel profoundly grateful.
I will never b" without it.
itnbt ?1 1 v WM H BELKER.
J. R. HOCK A DAY.
REAL ? STATE AGE^T
Roanoke City, Va.
OFFICE: 10S First .;t.. s. w First Na
RESCUED FROM SLAVERY. I
Congu unit Aue?)? l'lmrle? Who I.lvc fir
From Thuir Old llotno.
Scattered alontr tlio coast of Wost
Africa in Sierra Leone and Liboria aro
a number of .settlements known as
Angola town and Congo town. Tbo an?
cestors of Iho people who live in thosn
I little hamlets, woro born hundreds of
i miles south of the places where tholr
! childron are found to-day. Thoy woro
natives of Angola and the Congo ro
1 gion. Many of tliem belong to tbo
grout Hafit.ee family, and they know
very dilforent languages from those of
the nogro tribes among whom they now
These handfuls of Southern African
people scattered among tbo inhabitants
of Liberia and Sierra Leone are more
fortunate than many thousands of their
friends who toiled away their lives as ,
' slaves on the plantations of the West '
I Indies and llrazil. for tboso BOt
tlcmonts wore made by roscuod slaves,
who woro taken by the cruisers of tbo
clvilizod nations from the holds of slavo ?
veHsols, Tboy were bound for the West .
Indies or Brazil, for very few of tbo
Congo or Angola blacks were brought to
this country. Probably ninety-nine In
a hundred of the black residents of this j
country enmu originally from tbo west
const, botwoon Scncgambia and Came
roous, while Brazil received most of her :
hundreds of thousands, of slaves from ,
Congoland and Angola.
So tboso more fortunate captlvon, who !
went roscuod before they bad been'
taken far from their native land, were
settled far north of the Congo at points
whoro thoy could be protected against
-layers. There thoy have lived evur
since, and not a few of ti.Iiildron born J
in their now homos still talk tbo lan?
guages of the southern tribes. Many of .
them have bcori Christianized, are tol?
erably industrious, anil their lot has
b'-en quite, fortunate, considering the :
terrible fat'/they i o narrowly escaped;
Awhile ago Mr. II. Chalolain visited
the Angola settlement at Sierra Lo ino.
lie t?ays in the African News that tbo
style of the bouses, the methods of tho
Held cultivation, and tho features of tho
jieoplo carried him atbnco bade to An?
gola, v. here he'had long resided. In
uno house be found an old man. to whom
he spoke in Kimhumlcr, one of tbo lan?
guages of 'Angela. The obi man was
surprised and overjoyed, and. opening
Ills shutters, I culled out to bis noigbbor i
to come and seo the man who had boon
in Angola an I spoke Kimbiindor. Thoy
crowded around, and wore greatly mir- I
prised to see a white man who could talk j
with them in a language they bad not.
hoard from others BillCO they were rhip- i
ped from Luanda as slaves.
Chalolain found t!,at they bad on
tlroly discarded tbolr old belief in
-h:iV'.e.s and fetiches, ami have espoused
tho faith the missionaries taught thorn.
Some of t hese people wished to return 1
with their white friend to tbo old homo
of their fathers, but he could not take
them. There are thousands of these
people in the West Indies and Brazil
who have vivid recollections of Angola
mid Congoland, but never expect to sue
\ their native shores ngain.
Thi' people of Payncsvlllc, Liberia,
aro nearly all released slaves of Congo
origin. About two years ago many of
them wer..' seized with a craze to return
to the Congo. The Congo State was glad
j to encourage this immigration, for tho
Liberian Congooso aro industrous, and
liavo made considerable progross.
About fifty of them wont bark- and set?
tled near the mouth of the river. The
Congo Government gavo them ton acres
>f land each and rations for a year.
They aro not pleased, however, with j
tne change they have mado, and liavo \
written discouraging letters to Liboria
that have slopped further immigration.
Bishop Taylor reports the Paynosvillo
Congooso as saying, after they had
I heard from their friends: '-We no go to
Congo no more. Liberia Is the homo
lat Cod give us, and we stop here till
j Ho calls us."?N. V. Sun.
Why II? l'raisoil 'I liom.
?'Tboro Is considerable to bo said in
favor of the cigarette, notwithstanding
the abuse that it receives," remarked
the portly traveling man to the hotel
?lork. "Now, there aro circumstances
under which cigarettes may make u man
SOinfori able and i :ey."
"Are you an example?"
I "I am*."
"1 novor seo yen smoking them."
"Certainly not: I soli thorn."?Wash?
ing ton Pro
" hit tVninx Mini l''oinnl.
Citizcnoss- -Did yon go arid thrash
that editor for printing tboso .tilings
thou l you?
I Citizen?I wont to tho otllce, but I
sou Id n't find him.
"Whom did you find there?
"No one, but a groat big bull-necked
fellow who protended ho was rospon
[ iiblo for that article, but I knew from
his look* tliat ho couldn't writo."?N. V.
At IhO SununiT Curort.
Mr. Firstspring (wishing to take a
stroll)?Miss Throesu minors, are you
engaged for tho present?
Mius Threosummors?Yos, just for the
present; but not so conclusively as to
interfere with tho future. Any pro?
posal you wish totnako will be duly con?
?Deaf and Dumb Beggar-?(at unex?
pectedly recolvlng a quarter)?"Ob,
thankee, thankee." Benevolent Passer
?"Kb? What does this mean, sir? Vou
can talk!" Iloggar?(In confusion)?
"Y-O-S. sir. Ye see, sir. I'm only hold
in' this corner for lb' poor deaf and
dumb man wol holongs bore." Ilonovo
lent Passer?(quickly)?"Whoro is ho?"
Beggar?(In worse con fusion)- - "1 le's?
gone to th' i ark t' hear do tun- Ic."?>.'.
i Y. W( okly.
? Herbert's father wa*j fanning him
la<t night, and when be thought the
child was asle'ep he quietly stopped,
j In minuti) or two the b >y oporind b.is
eyes and looked at his fa Dior. "Papa,"
j he said, ??fann'.n' is s< niepbin' that
I make, you feel wartnor when von don't
I any of It, a n't it?V The lather
Canned oysters on ie<\ received at
MoGuiro & Metzcr's, Salem avenue,
three times por week. dco3-lw
A Lncly in Texnn Write*!
My case is of long Standing, has
baffled many physicians; have tried
? very remedy I could hour of. but llrad
tlcld's Female' Regulator is ail that re?
lieved me. VVrlto The llradlleld Regu
lator Co., Atlanta, Oa.. for further par?
ticulars. Sold by all druggists.
A. I?. ('. Remedies are better indorsed
than any mi the market. Tin y merit
'I lie Num Discovery.
You have heard your friends and
neighbors talking about it. You may
yourself be one of the many who know
froVn personal experience just how good
a thing it i-. If you have ever tried it.
you are one of its staunch friends, be?
en USO the wonderful tiling about it is,
that when one- givi n a trial. Dr. King's
New Di covery ever after holds a place I
in lb" bouse. If you have never used I
it and should lie alllicted with a cough,
cold or any throat, lung or chest trou?
ble, secure a bottle at onee and give it j
a fair trial. It is guaranteed every lime I
or money refunded. Trial bottles free !
at, Itudwell. Christian & llarbeo's drug i
tine price to everybody: at cost for
cash only at the Hosten Hoot and Shoe
House. .v.i Sab in avenue corner Henry
Ititcklt'll'H Arnica Salve.
The liest salvo In tho world for cuts
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever j
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilbalhs, )
corns, and all akin eruptions, and post
tlvely cures piles, or no pay required. J
It is gun ran teed to give perfect satisfae- j
lion, or money refunded. Price 25 c tiitS
per box. For stile by Dudwoll, Christian |
a. Itarbee. tu.th,sat
M. I.. Iliiiir, Alderman. 5th Ward.
Seranten. Ptu. stated No., y. 'S3: lie
liad used Dr. Tin mas' Kclectrlc Oil for
sprain -, burn-;, cuts, bruises and rheu?
matism. Cured every lime.
Von uro in :i Itiul Fix.
Rut we v. ill eure you if you will pay
us. Nervous und Debil I tab d. suffering
from Nervous Debility. Seminal Weak- j
noss, and all the i gecis of ???;: ly evil |
habits, or later Indiscretion.', Which
b ad to Premature Decay, Consumption j
or Insanity, should send for and van
tho "Rook of Live," r particulars i
or a borne i ;re. Sent (healed) l>v ad?
dressing Dr I'iirkors Medical and' Sur- ]
gica'l Institute, 151 .'.< lb Sj ruco street j
Nashville, Tonn, -'noy gi nrnnteo a
euro or no pay. --The Sundd} Morning. ]
Dad drainage causes much sickness,
and bad blood and improper action of I
tbu liver ami kidneys i-; bad drainage |
to the human system, which !!unlock |
Itiood Dil ters remedy.
Rewtiro of Frauds. De sure you get (
the genuine Dr. Thomas' ICclcct-ic Oil.
It cures Colds. Croup, Asthma. Deafness ;
Tili- first Men.
Perhaps you are run down, can't eit. I
can't sleep, can't think, can't do any-j
thing to your satisfaction, and you
wonder what ails you. You should j
heed the warning, you are taking the I
first step into nervous prostration. You ,
need a nerve tonic, and in Electric Sit?
ters you will lind the exact remedy for
restoring- your nervous system to its
normal, healthy condition. Surprising
results follow the use of this great
nerve tonic and alterative. Your appe?
tite returns, good digestion is restored,
ami the liver and kidneys resume
healthy act ion. Try a bottle. Price .".(I
c uts, at Itudwell, Christian it Rurbec's
Gcprge Campbell, llopklnsviHe, Ky*.
says: Durch,,-;. Rlood Ritters is the best
preparation for tlie Rlood and stomach
i vor manufactured.
m mm of ?6?t?i.s r.;? is
moils remedy. Red Fln? Oil. !: kills Ithvii
inatlsiii, lloadactic, 'I'ootbnehe, Sprains, Cut*
ami Nervous I'aliis,and t_<.sis only 25 cents at
Fox a < 'hri-.t ian's.
a well-known fact.
FL At! oil. has curat Itlioiiiiintbitn, Nctintlitlu,
llonilaohe, Km-iolio, llltes ami Stlnsra ol in
seels, when everything i I sc failed. Don't tail
lo try il: X*;., at
Fox a Christian's.
j. F. WINGFIELD,
Fire, life and accident, in?
surance and real estate agent, I
lias moved his office to
NO. 114 COMMERCE STREET,
Where he will be pleased to
sec his customers. Major A.
L. Pitzer is with this firm, and !
would he glad to see his friends.
roanoke street railway.
On and after Sunday. November 30,
18110, the Salem extension of tlto Roa?
noko Street Railway will be open for
Until further notice regular trips will i
be made from Roaiioko'(corner Shonah- '?.
doah?uvcnue and Commerce street) to
Saitiin (Corner Fourth street and Ron
noko Roulevard) by tho following celled
I.F.AVR llOANOKIt. | t.KAVK FA I.KM.
7 a. m. j " [). in. j .*> a. m. [ 3:00 p. Iii.
y a. ii'. I > p. in. I" a. m. i 5:00 p. in.
II a. in. j 0 p. i". I I-.' a. in. j ii:l.'i p. m.
The regular rate ; of the company at
the amounts charged by the condiiotot
Tickets -an be purchased at rcducj
rates by applying at llio oflice of tl
company, the drug stores of Charh
Lyle a Vo.. H?dwcll, Christian a Da
I i . Ilptihoko, V;... and \\. 'I. Youiigc
Sal ? .. Ya, ?'. !'? < URi >TIaN,
r.uVvU-tf General Manager.
Sold }.y Budwcll, Christian A Barboe,
and all druggists. jyio-tf
Y\ !>!-<-i.vi'r.><l bi .i !?? Iv i i.n
fU'\v mi rin-Kt -fci-n? n-rli ' \V?iv ?!o
jf it. hi I'by->?^>F y?u vniti>r?iKwi in
acini) >vD5rV .,? i. r?tt trie itue.
Sold by Budwcll, Christian & Bar bee,
and all druggists. jylO-tf
Heating by Steam, Hot Water or Hot
hooking, guttkkixo, spotting.
?Ihi .1 EPPERSON ST.,
Estimates cheerfully giver on this line
of work lei'i-i'mi
The Ea$t Tennessee
RAILWAY SYS n:.M
IS THE ON UY SHOUT AND DIRECT
LI N !'. TO TUM
South, Southwest 4 West.
The finosl Pullman Vestibule sleep?
ing car serviOi' ;i 10 Soillb? Pullman
Sleepers willteul change, Itoaiiokc to
Iviioxvilie, Chattanooga, [tonic, Annis
ton. Selina, Montgomery, Mobile and
New <>i l- :-n-..
Din cl conm clion made at. Home and
Chattanooga with through sleepers for
ATLANTA, MACOH & JACKSONVILLE
l'o. any further informal! -h, address
E. a. \va.:i;kn
Trav. I'ass. Agl Bristol, Tonn.
C. A. BKNSCOTER
l.s?. Oen'l l'a>s. Agt.
It. W. WRENN,
jy'.'.Mf Ron. I'ass. Airt. lvnoxvillo,Tenn.
A. 1.. Gohi.KV, President.
S. 1'. < SoKi.KV, Vice President.
.1. S. Simmons. Sec'y. anil Treas.
Brick and Tiie Works,
Manufacturers of first-class Brick ol
all kinds, including No. I Press Brie ?,
Draining Tile, A.c. Works on West
Campbell street, lloanoke, Va. Hex
rpitUSTEE'S SALE OP VALUABLE
By virtue of a di ed of trust ox< cited
o me by II. W. Ho 'i i borg, .Inno 10,
3!H), and recorded in 11 i Clerk's oflice
A: bo Hustings Court, a', lloanoke city.
Se| ember 22, 181H), to cccurc to W. s.
iSouch the payment of a certain s un
tlicr. in mentioned upon the property
thereby conveyed, said Bottenberg be?
ing in default in one of said payment*
and T, 1.. Bandy & Sons, who assumed
tin- payment of the same, being also in
default, and having Imhmi requested by
the beneficiary so to do, I will oiler foi
sale, in front of the promlst s, at public
auction, at noon, on SATURDAY, tit
-.'lib day of DECEMBER, 1800, the fol?
lowing described property: Beginning
at a point on the north side of Mini
street (Eighth avenue) MM f i t. westol
Henry street, thene.o with Elm streei
south'. >s degrees west, le'_. bet loa
point; thence north. :;<? degrees west.
111.i feet to au alley; thence north.
degrees east. 40% feet to a point; thence
south.:?) degrees east. 14? feel to the
beginning. This i ; an unparalled op?
portunity to secure n nie - residence,
pleasantly situated and with all con?
veniences and improvements. Terms:
Cash sufficient to pay costs of sale and
execution of trust, with amount tbeii
due -say. SI,200. Assumption of follow?
ing payments: four note.-, of $:iiniL2a
each, due respect! v< ly (none, two, thW <?
and foilr yeas, from dune in. IS??, with
interest, and about 6|,?so0, due in
monthly payment'., at --in. to IIone
Building and Loan Association. Bal?
ance, if any. to be paid i i term., an?
nounced at sale.
R. A. VA IB-EX, trustee,
lloanoke, Va., November 25, is?0.
nov2(l* i in
Sab'in Aver.ue. 1'.'tween Jeffcrsoi ...id
.1. L LKW, President. |p > ca hier
Commercial Bunk Ron iol , Va
II M. DiChiNSo .-.
Accounts of hanks, bankers. corpor
ations, merchants an, Individut.ls
solicited. Our faei Itios for dotier a
general banking business are equal i"
any banking house in Virginia. Col?
lections a specialty and prompt remit*
tanc.es made. Interest allowed on tiun
A First-Class Investment,
We olTer Die best security in the citj
and pay seini-annual dividends. A- i
savings bank this Institution offers
special indue meets. Puid up -i:
85' each. Installment shares >i ; 1
month. Shares may bo subscribed for1,
at any time. Por further Informa
address The People's Perpetua! Loa
and Building Association
? w.u. i winch.
Sec'y and T
iii ein e Toni
Offers to tho public the greato il b
i in watches, eh oks und
j lese rip t lens; also a line lino t f R
triple-plated Silverware oh tho
I tnont plan at eric s lower than c
bought olaowTiore tor cash. A ci
; solieitt d from all.
Fs M O ?
Proprietor, it Jelfcrson
W? F. llAKKH. wm. ii.
B?KER k MAE
Real Estate Agen .
>/.- rOUK vCO to 100 Salem aveni!
?s. is Roanoko, Vir
? Ity (.ifopprty, farms and :i ?
sold f'o.-respoiuloiico kolie-t'o il
nnp.ustEE S SALE
Ry vlrtuo,.o.f a doeiboi trusl
to mo as trtistnohy .loh'n Sin
wiTo, dated i'Mh day ol N'o\.
and of r Cdi'd ill ? he lilt i k's otl'.c
Hustings Cour< for Roanoko c
Dei d book IT, p 375, to s euro tp J. |
Kirk the payment of the aim of
us qvtdiVnc d toy two negotiable, noi ?
81,700 each,' due in oho nmt two years
from 17 Nov.. isss. with interest. De?
fault haying been made i.i payment ol
t,lii> last i>f said notes, at the t. . . , et
the said benoliclary, I shall sell to the
highest bidder, by public auction, mi
front of the court-house in Roupok . i a
IT ESI)AY, DECEMHEK 30th,
AT 1:.' Mi. that certain lot of land -\ iiif|
in Itoanoke. Va., bounded and describi*!
as follows: lo wit:
?'Heginning at a point on the east -dib
i t:f Second or Commerce si.. 70.5 fool
south of .Campbell street: tin no ? a; a
Si cond stieet South 7degrees 4 minitb ?-.
east. 40.7 feet to Kirk ave.: tin hoe uloiig
Kirk live., SOUtll 88 degrees. , asl III
I f? et ton point on an alley; t bonce ab u
said alley north S degrees s ininul --.
w? st fi5.ll feet: thence south 80 degrees
38 minutes, west 24.8 feet to corner of
brick bake-house: thence south s; ,1,..
grces 58 minutes, west 84.3 foot Lo place
TERMS: Cash enough to pay olf said
note and interest, and the costs of ex?
ecuting this trust; the balance in one
and two years, s? cur? d by a deed ol
trust. " ROY H. SMITH, Trustee.
November 38th, 1800. nov29-lmo
(Successor to K. Wnlsak.)
Dyeing and Scouring Establishment,
Uli Campbell street. Third avenue S. w
Evorythiim. dyed and cleaned in the
b< --i manlier. Not excelled by any
establishment in the e-uintrv vf
lioudqtturtt rs II I.. I.. d o. 3, 181Kb ;
To Memb rs Uoatioke Light Infantry:
You are hereby ordert d to assi mble
at your armory next Monday night',
l>. c. Sth, at o'clock in lull dress itnl
torin. Ity order, CAP'!'. Oil AS. LYLE.
iV. s. IVEV, Ordorlv Serir't.
loiter for sali- .ol aCi ?-.??! Coal and
Iron Land, situated in the Catawba vul
li y ol Vlrjs i n ia. ele \ i n miles from 1 lea li?
nke. The outlook for great develop?
ments on this property is splendid The
ore is a vein ol soil brown hematite 152
, ieei wide and assaying 50 percent, mo
, tall c iron. And the coal prospt cts arc
j tine?two shafts having boon sunk. One
; r.'o ami the other ?.'."> foot, through solid
COlil slate. The property also contains
j a mineral spring, which the analysis ol
? Lehmann A Mager proved to possess n -
in.irkable curative powers for all kidney
. troubles, especially for diabetes. The
enormous quantity of coal and ore that
will be required loi the largo number ol
furnaces and other industrial plantain
course of construct .on in ."southwest Vir?
ginia will greatly increase the already
large demand tor these minerals, ami
const qucnIly enhance the value of such
property. Two railroads have been mir
i vey d near tho property, eiv of which
Ih ? Itounoke and Cralg ra lroal, and the
oth r, the Virginia ivotern ritliiad,
will afford valuable corin< etions !'? loi
luf.trinnlion ean be had by dir?, iug
... ROSEN REIM, 4l3 W. Ii it more St.,
Hill M 'l'ie. Md nov8-3m
v Ale ok do l l s an d v a n t y
Kor'the benoiltol tlio,organ fund for St.
.lehn -. Epi-o pal > hutch, Tho Ladies1
.' .1 ... ci ty iil the al.toe church v\ i 11
hold . !' ? ' .1 . fancy w< ik. t to., on
: ?;.(:., , . D c i'h !' '?tn. at V p. III. at
the . ? '<?? iic - <d M. E. % ontman, \ 10
Ninth avenue ?-. w. (Mountain street).
All are c iidially invlti d to attend.
rpilE RlVERMONT COMPANY.
LVNi Ulli uti. Va., Nov. 13, 1890.
\ neral meet lug ol t he stockholders
of the Itivoitnont Company is hereby
,. .;. d tti b el In this ci: .. at the Cities
ii,.ti;< , on Thu ? ?? tho I nth day
.. ii r, a' lu lsl< ck- p. in. Ity
? < A. M> DOY !iK. Src'y
HKNANDOAI1 VALLEY RAIL?
S. P. TyXjKH, Receiver.
Schedule in ciTcnt Juno ^lsoo.
ARRIVE AT ROANOtLKJ
o j>. ra. Daily?Memphis Express,
frouir*'lIagor8town and tho.
North. Through "Pullman .
slei ping oars from Now t
York und Philadelphia to
Chattanooga and Memphis
\da llarrisburg, llagors
town and Roanoke. .?,..?
i) a. m. Daily?New Orleans Ex
l r< BS from New York., .Phil?
adelphia and 'l.iitfnnorc,
making conm otion through
to the South. U'arrink
through Pullman palace
buffet Bleeping -car froiy
Philadelphia to New Or
l ns, without Change, via
1 Lavishing, ILigerstbwn,
i: an( ke. Cleveland, t';u.:rji
and I.. & N. R. 'K.
?15 a. m. Dally? Haiti uro re Expiess
from all points south for
Washing^ n, Baltimore,
and New York. Carries
Pullman palace buffo t
sleeping car from Roanoke
to Philadelphia without
change, via liagcrntown
:20 p. m. Daily- New York.and Phil
adelphia Express, from
Memphis, Chattanooga an
all t oln) ~v nth.' Per Phil
adelphia and N< w York.
Tarries Pullman palaco
bullet sleeping ears through
i" Philadelphia and New
York via Roanoke, llagere
kowii ami i larrisburg.
Tlckol agents will furnish all infor
n und through schedules upon ap?
peal ion to
<>. HOWARD ROY ER,
tf il. 1". A. T. Agent, Roanoke, Va.
... ? kV
Schedule in elfccl Sept. 3rd, lS'.iO.
10:05 a.m. Daily: arrive Rrlstol 1:09
p. :t'. Stops at all stations,
connecting at Radford with
trains on Now River lira noli;
arriving at Pooaliontus at
3:35 i). in.
5:15 p.m. Daily, arrives ir<dfcn-d 7:20
p. in.. oonncotinglwiMi New .
Rivi r itrnncb at 7:35 p. in.,
for llluetleld ami Pocahon
tas: arrives PooabonttlH 10:55
li.in. Arrives Rrlstol 11:20
p. in., connecting with E.
T. Y. & t.\ IL II. tor all
points south and west. llaH
Pullman Palace Sleeper,
Roanoke to .Memphis, with?
7:55 a. tn. Daily, arrive Radford B;1S
a. m., conni uting with New
Rivi r llrauch, leaving Rad?
ford 12:10 p. m. Arrive*
Rrlstol 12:40 p. in., eonneot*
with E. T. V. iS (!. lt. R.
for all points BOIllh and
west; has Pullman Palaco
Sleeper from Kouuoko to
New O rleans without
EAS T ROUND. ,., .. , , r i
I.KAVK ItOANOKK. , .
5:25 a. m. Daily: for Lynoltburg, Pe?
tersburg, Richmond, (via
Putersburg and Kv*& P. R.
11..) Norfolk and i liter mo- .
dlato points; Connects' at I
Lynch burg with V. M. R.
R. fur Washington and tho
Ea !, leaving LynuliLurg;
7:40 a. in. daily. Arrivej"
Norfolk ?-,.oi) p. ui.^ c??i|in ot
ing with steamer lines' b>
Raltiiiiore and New York,
'.u-.ioa. m. Daily; arrives Lynchburg
11:50 a. in.. coiinuctingWith
v. M. p. u. tor all points ' -
north,' arriving Washing?
ton T:<).*? p. m.; arrives Po
tershurg 4:20 p. in.; arrive*
Richmond, via R.. it P. R.
R., 5:05 p. in.; arrives Nor
folk 7.00 p. m. ? ?
3:45 p. tn. Daily: for Lync^hburg.-and
intermediate station's; ar
rlves Lynobbtirg 5:40 p. m.
7:20 p. in. Daily: lor Lynutii|Qrg t and
, Intermediate stations; ar?
rives Lynchburg 0:20 p. m.
Cripple Creek Ex tension ? Leaves
Pulnski 8:15 a. in. Daily, except Sun?
day, and 3:00 p. in. Daily, arrive Ivan
hoe 0:45 a. in., and 4:30 p. in.1 ?
Clinch Valley Extension (in operation
Aug. :;. to St. Paul, ^1 miles) ?Leave
Bluoilold S:10 a. in., daily; arrive St.
Pan' 12:55 p. in.
.XL inquiries as to rates, routes, ete., ;
promptly nnswori d.
W. P.. BEVILL,
Oort'l I'a^s. and Ticket Agent.
CIIAS i. EDDY, vice-president,
janl lieneral unices, Roanoke.
V? A. & O. It. R.
Til E NATURAL TUNNEL ROUT?
IN EFFECT A Uli. J. 18V0.
Trains \V b?t. Tn a i n b Haw. j
I'ass. Mixed. .Mix ?iL Vium..
No. I. No. It. l?o. 3. No. 4,
a. in. p. m Stations. a. to. p. da.
Sir. 2 35 Lv. Bristol. Ar. 1140 6 0ft
s 32 '-' *\\ iilker's Mt. 11 2* i 4ft
s in 3 00 Banham'e. 11 Hi 5 aft
y no 3 20 ?Abram's Palls. V100 'S 1ft
on:. 3 ?.'.> Mendota. ,10 0". 5 1ft
0 25 :i 44 Mace Spring. 10 38 4 5ft
'.i :\:> :. 55 Baton's. 10 21 4 4ft
11 :;. 4 05 ?'Nottingham. l? ti 4 2ft
i Ii ?Meccasin Cap. 10 uo 4 2a
Id ii.' 1 IT Hullilvillo. 10,00, 4 IT
I0 0d i '-' 7 *Marblo Quarry. 0 50 4 0ft"'
??i 15 -i 35 ?Big Cut. ' IC11 40ft
I) 25 I 15 Spear's Perry. ? it U0l 3 5&
10 32 4 50 Clincbport. 0 23 3 45.,
I040 5 00 Natural Tunnel. U Iii 3 35
? 50 5 10 ?Horton Summit. $ 00 3 tb
11 en 17 Du Hi-Id. 9 00 '3 1?*
U 05 5 25 ?Wiseley's. ?04 3 10?.
II II :. :,l Ward s Mills. 8.45 3.0?,
11 25 5 42 * Wildcat Summit. 8^31 2 50-,
II 38 55*Easl Big Stone Rap. 8 17 3 3*7 '
11 45 0 05 Ar. B. S. Cap. Lv. 3 10 2 ?ft<
ii. in p. m. a. va p. na.-:?.
in l tfW*
PraIns do not stop, except to lcaT"?
nnssengi rs, or on signal; ' '
II. W. BATES.
Vioe-prcsideni ami (loneral Mitna^mu
UEO. H. CRAVES,