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F, A. IAD
SCHEDULE IN EFFECT MAY 20, 1894.
Woat bourn". Leave Koanoke Daily.
8:30 a. m. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Bristol and tho South nnd
West. Stops at principal stations west
of Radford. Pullman sleepers to New
Orleans and Memphis, dining car at
7:20 a. m. for Radford, Bluo?old and
:30 p. m. tho Chicago Express for Rad?
ford, Bluofiold, Pocahontas, lvenova,
Columbus and. Chicago. Pullman
Buffet Sleopor Roanoko to Columbus
without change. Also for Pulaski,
Wythevillo, Bristol, Knoxvillo, Chat?
tanooga and intormediatopoints. Pull?
man Sleopor East Radford to Chatta?
North and Kastbound, Leave Boanoke
Il:i5 a. m. for Petersburg, Richmond
11:50 a. m. for Washington, Hagerstown,
Philadelphia and Now York.
11:15 p. m. for Richmond and Norfolk.
Pullman sleeper Roanoke to Norfolk
and Lynch burg to Richmond.
7:52 p. m. (Washington and Chatta
nooga limited) for Washington
Hagerstown, Philadelphia and New
York. Pullman sleepers to Washing
ton, Philadelphia and New York via
Shenandoah Junction and Baltimore
and Ohio railroad. Stops only at
Durham Division?Loavo Lynchburg
(Union station) daily 2:45 p. m. for
South Boston and Durham and inter?
Winston-Salom Division?Leavo Roa?
noko (Union station) daily 12:10 p. m.
for Rocky Mount, Martinsville, Win
ston-Salem and intermediate stations
For all additional information apply
at ticket oflico or to W. B. BEVILL
Gonoral Passengoi Agent, Roanoke, Vi,
M. F. BRAGG,
_Traveling Passenger Agent.
ALTIMOKE AND OHIO KAILHOAD.
Schedule in effect May SO, 1884.
Leave Washington from station comer ot New
Jersey avenue and U street.
For Chlcntro sind Northwest, vestibulcd limited
express trains 11:15 a. m., 9:iH) p. m.
For Cincinnati, St. Lonls and Indianapolis,
vcBtlhulcd limited, 3:30 p. ni., express, 12:10
For Pittsbnrg and Cleveland, express daily
11:15 a. ni. nud 8:85 p. m.
For Luray, Natural Bridge, Roanoke, Knox
Tille, Chattanooga, Memphis and New Orleans
12:05 night daily; sleeping care through.
For Lnray, 3::;o p. m. daily.
For Baltimore, weeks daily, xl:30, 5:00,6:35
x7:10, x7:30 (8:t0 45 minutes), 8:80, x9:30, iln:00 4S
minutes) a. m.. xl?lOO, xl3:05, 13:16, x3:30, C-'.M) 15
minutes). 8:35, x4:SS, 4:81, x5:0S, x5:ll>, 5:30, 5::?,
x6:20, 6:80, xs:'*} t-:15, xlkOO, xll:30, and 11:35 p. m.
Sundays, x4:30. x7:80 (S:00 45 minutes), s::i0, xD:80
a. m., x13:00. xl3:05,1:00, x3:30, (3:00 45 mlnntes),
8:35, 4:81, x.r>:>o, x5:10, 6:30, x&00, xlfcOO, io:oo,
Xll:30,11:35 p. m.
For Hairerstown, +11:15 a. m. nnd t5:Cfl p. in.
HOYAL BLUE LINE KOK NEW YORK A NU
For Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the
Bast, dally, 4:20. i-:(/0, (10:CO a. m, ex. Sun. dining
car), I2:0u dining car), 3:00, (5:05 dining car). 6:00,
(ll:30j). m. sleeping car, open at i<):ou o'clock).
Buffett parlor cars on all day trains.
For Atlantic City, 4:20 a. m. aud 13:03 noon.
Bundays, 4:20 a.m., 12:10 uoou.
(t) Except Sunday, (b) daily, (c) Sunday only.
x Express trains.
R B. CAMPBELL. CUAS. O. SCULL
Oen. Manager. Gen. Pass. Agt
Lynchbnrg, Va., July 1, 1801.
Washington and Southwestern
Great Southern Fast Mail.
Closo connections made at Lynchburg
with Norfolk and Western trains. Ele?
gant service and fastest tirao to all
points North and South.
Lv. Lynchbnrg. -j is jig
Ar. Washington. 71:; ?.'30
Ar. Baltimore-. sisa 1L35
Ar. Philadelphia. 10.80 8.00
Ar. New York. l'."-/ q jq
Lv. Lynchbnrg. :j 43
Ar. Danville. 5.30 s'ajj
Ar. Salisbury. tilos
Ar. AshevlUe. $joo'
Ar- Atlanta. 4.G5 6.30
Ar. Jacksonville. !).:i5 I0.lt
. ,, , a.m. p.m.
Ar. New Oik-ans. 7.35 10.35
For tickets, rales, time-tables and other infor?
mation call 011 or address
W. A. TOKK,
General Passenger Agent, vm Pennsylvania ave?
nue, Washington, D. O.
_ J. O. HORTON,
City Passenger and Ticket Agent, 722 Main Street.
Chesapeake & Ohio Railway,
F. F. V._LIMITED,
aio^o?^*iPNNINq *OUD TltAim T?
PALACE CAKS ON TRAINS BKTWHKN
RICHMOND AND CLIFTON FORGE.
_ . LvKouiiDno, May 13,1894.
Trains arrive and depart from Union Station
TRAINS FOR CINCINNATI.
IiV. Lynchburg. X45o?m
Ar. Lexington, Va.t&45 ?
I Lv. Qachanan. 4.5a ?
Ar. CUtton Forge. H-.SS
A?. Cincinnati. 8:05a.m.
Ar. Louiiivllle. lj.M >.
Ar. Chicago.5:45 p a
Ar. St. Lonls. 7-si ??
Ar, Kansas City., 7^ a m
Ihe Cincinnati Limited, Solid Vestlhnlo, Blee
trie Lighted with through Pnilman Bleecere to
Cincinnati and St. Lonls '
TRAINS KOK RICHMOND, VA.
Lv. Lynchbnrg. Bfcio f, v
Ar. Richmond. 6:00
For farther Information as to ratos, rontes.
ticket*, et". address,
B. U. PANNILL,
TlcKotand Passenger Agent, 3Mi|:Maln'street'
JNO. D. ?*OTTt?
;Djvltx*? Passenger Agoit'
vitLOOK, Aaront and Oorroepondont.
I COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD.
Annual Meeting of This Organ?
ization Last Week.
At tho meeting of tho sounty school
hoard hold yostorday and the day bo
foro, tho following trustoes wero pres?
ent: Catawba district, John S Rennett,
Jos. R Woods; central district, Jere?
miah Garst, C W. Chapman, A. J.
Heslip; Rig Lick district, Dr. Goo. T.
Walkor, L. M. Fellers, D. E. Kefauvor;
Cavo spring district, L. Ii. Kirkwood, J.
M. Watts; Salem district, Joan il.
Palmer, R. W. Kimo.
The committee appointed to oxamino
tho clerk's books and tbo books of the
county troasuror reported everything
neatly and accurately done. It is very
gratifying to know that in Roanoke
county the Echools pay as they go, and
that their financial condition is first
The committee on text books reported
that in view of the hard times ic was
not expedient to mane changes of any
consequence. Too only change recom?
mended was in language and grammar
work. The grammar in use at present
is very unsatisfactory, both to teachers
and pupils, and consequently very few
of that author's are being used. This
is, however, a very important work, and
it is hoped that, with tho attractiveness
and low price of tho now books adopted,
it may havo its proper placo ia tho edu ?
cational work of tho county.
Ono featuro of tbo change named that
should not be overlooked is that tho
Echools can now, by the use of two
booas, do tho samo work that has horo
tofore required four, and do itfar better.
Tho pecuniary saving is apparent.
From tho annual repoit of tho county
superintendent is copied tho following
items: Days employed, 105; olllcial let
tors written, 825; vl3its to schools, 250;
milts traveled, 1,552; beard meetings at?
tended, 41; teachers examined, SO;
teachers licensed, 57; reports examined,
At a meeting of tho central school
board held yesterday the following
teachers wero appointed: Riverside;
school. Pearl Cunningham, vice Miss
Mary Berkley, resigned. Tho folio .ving
colored teachers wero also appointed:
Gum Spring, Minnio Wilson; King
Town, Elias Hackley.
Tho Work of Thieves.
Friday evening between 7:30 and 8:30
o'clock wcilo Mrs. Bowers and children,
of Newterry, S. C, who aro visiting
tbo former's father, Mr. .1. R. Brown,
Sr., wero down stairs in the sitting
room conversing with tho family, some
thief or thieves entered her suite of
communicating rooms on tho second
floor and stole therefrom three $10
notes and S3 or SI in silver. Tho con
tents of the bureau and trunks were
scattered all over the floor, but the
thiof seemed to be after money only as
nothing else was missed. An entrance
was effected from the top of Mr.
P.-own's store house, as tho back window
of ono of tho rooms opening on the
roof of this building was raised and
tbo empty purse was found on tbo roof.
Mrs. Bowers and familv have been hero
all summer and as this was tho only
time during her entire stay that some
ono was not in tbo room at that time of
evening it would seem that the robbery
was committed by those familiar with
There was scarcoly any business of
importance transacted in the county
court yesterday, tin motion of MrB.
Eliza Trout, A. J. Phelps was appointod
and qualified as administrator of .lames
Shartzer, deceased, with J. M. Ware,
surety. A bond of 1,000 was given. W.
?P. Lockott, L F. Brickoy, Lewis Green?
wood, S. 15 Hancock and Rot Huddle
s'.on were appointed appraisers of said
J. W. Wcmaek, representing tbo
American Book Company, was in town
Tho gerinan at Hotel Saictn Friday
( veiling was one of the most pleasant
of the season. It was very gracefully
h d by Mr. A. Haas and danci Tg cor.tin
ued till 1 o'clock.
L .1. Fristoe leaves for W.i^hington,
Baltlmo e and other Northen; points,
and will return by Front R >yal, his
home to spend a few dayr..
J. 0 Laughorno and family, who
havo bcun summering at th? Yellow
Sulphur, returned yesterday.
At the calloJ meeting of tho tovn
council held Friday evening t5 consider
the advisability of granting tbo prlvl
logo of allowing tiio BaptUt Orpanago
toe nntct with the town newer on
Calboun streot. a committee of two,
Messrs Suipman and Bowles, were ap?
pointed to look over the proposed line
and report at tho regular meeting.
Frank Nininger i-; receiving the con
grauiiations of his friends, the icasion
b( Ing tho recent arrival of a bright little
A "tackey" party was given at Mrs.
C. G. Tompkins' Friday evening by tho
many guests who aro suuraerin^ there.
Some of the costumes wero both unique
and attractive. A "o.ako walk," muck
marriage and dancing served to diversify
tbo many pleasures of tho evening.
Dr L. A. Fox's thoroughbred settor
dog. Jack, was found dead yesterday.
Ho is suppjsed to havo boon poisoned.
Tbo game of bill that was to havo
been played Saturday afternoon was
postponed till Monday at 4:30 p. m. on
account of rain.
S. H. Cmpkoud, Now Cassel, Wie.,
was troubled with noura'gia and rheu?
matism, his stomach was d;sordored, his
liver was alTected to an alarming de?
gree appetito foil away, and bo was
terribly reduced In flash and stremgtb.
Threo bottles of Electric Bitters cured
Kdward Shopherd, Harrisburg, 111.,
had a running soro on his leg of eight,
years'standing. Used three bottlos of
Electric BitKrs and s^von boxes of
Bucklon's Arnica Salve, aril his log is
sound and woll. John Speaker, Catawba,
Ohio, had live largo fever sores on his
leg, doctors Bald ho was incurable. One
bottlo Electric Blttors and ono box
Bucklen's Arnica Salvo cured him en?
tirely. Sold at Christian & Rarbeo's
? Place Wanted Where They May X?o>rn
tbo Badlmcnte of Common Sense.
AmoDfr the numerous educational insti?
tutions of which this country, und Indeed
tho world, ore in need, is u grownup kin?
dergarten to which parents may bo sent
to learn tho rudiments of common souse
and tho simple laws of causo and effect
that, It would Boom, must naturally bo pnt
ont to tho meanest Intelligence. If tho
father Is selfish and fault Unding at home,
ho has no right to oxpcot his sons, with
his example constantly before them, to bu
helpful ami good humored. If tho mother
practices deceit and equivocation, she
should not condemn her daughters for not
being truthful and sincere. Why should
n man who reads aloud und discusses in
the presence of bis boys tho police news
and reports of tho details of murders and
executions punish them for devouring
dilllO novels or other sensational fiction?
Why should a woman who customarily
adopts a scolding ami complaining tone
reproach her girls for not being cheerful
Parents have no right to expect a spon?
taneous development of goodness in a
child. If, with all their advantages of
ago, experience and mastery of the situa?
tion they habitually do tilings they ought
not to do, how is the child, ignorant, de?
pendent and with their conduct as its con
staut model, to habitually dp right? The
peevish voice, the deceitful word, the self?
ish .-.et, the ungovorncd temper, are an al?
most irresistible Influence beside which
mere commands und penalties are futile.
Children have a keen sense of Injustice,
and when they an- punished for a fault
that their parents commit with impunity
the gooil and sulllcloul reason given for
the hitter's exemption from tho general
law?'*I mil your father," or "I am your
neither.'' does not seem a good anil suffi?
cient reason to tho victims of arbitrary
homo legislation, or even to tho nnpivju
diced observer. Mere parenthood does
not imply Infallibility. Then' is, unfortu?
nately, no natural law which preclude,
persons entirely unfit for the responsibil?
ity from having children and misgovern?
ing them. If you want your sons and
daughters to bo gentle, generous, truthful
and broad minded, Uvo up to that standard
A sketch Is given of a gown of flowered
muslin trimmed with lace insertion and
green riblwn. JUDIC ClIOLLET.
Candid Friends and the Weaker PKIo ol
Few men or women arc strong enough
to endure adverse criticism, says a vviso
observer. The desire for pralso is uni?
versal. Tho candid friend is n nuisance
therefore, und tho harm sho does will nev?
er Im; known until tho secrets of all hearts
aro revealed. .Most of us want helping and
cheering nlong the uphill road. Tho world
outside is too busy and hurried ta heed our
individual concerns, and if wo cannot rely
upon our friends for tin; meat of encour?
agement und for the oil and wine of syin
pathy wo are in bard case indeed. But
the candid friend Iros no regard for tin;
weaker side of humanity. "Why should I
not speak the truth?" she argues. ""It may
wound, but it Is my duty to set you right
concerning this ami that." And sho goes
about the world performing her self Im
poscd task to her own satisfaction und cv
orybody else's hurt. Perhaps tho glass at
which you look less frequently day by day
no longer shows you a satisfactory reflec?
tion. Your hair Is becoming thin; yoni
? yes lack luster; you have lost, a tooth or
two; you are growing stout. You are per?
fectly conscious of these trilles. They an?
noy you, and you an; glad to think of
them as little as possible, but unfortu?
nately your candid friend knows them,too,
and she lets you know that she knows
them. You smile amiably at her us you
shake hands in farewell, but there is ragt
and resentment In your heart. Only n
small wound to your vanity, after all.
Grunted, my candid friond, but it is not
necessary to go through t he world sticking
pins into people, be those ever so tiny and
the tissue Into which you insert them ovei
so adipose. Sincerity Is not synonymous
with brutality, ami it is possible to Ignore
unpleasant facts without the aid of false?
hood or deceit.
The sketch shows a gold colored straw
sailor bat trimmed with moss green vel?
vet twisted about tho orown. A small
bunch of yellow chrysanthemums forms n
bow on tho right side, whilo tho loft is
trimmed with nn orcot spray of thd same
Bowers mingled with nugnonotto and yel?
low and terra ootta roses, with tholr fo?
liage. iuHfd CnottttT.
NEW YORK BAZAAR,
USTo. 3^ Salem ^.T7-er^."CL?,
Dress .\ Goods .\ Millinery /. and .\ Notions.
Come to our store and see these presents. They are the
finest and most useful premium articles ever offered in this or
any other city. The cuts are exact representations. They are
given yuu when you have traded and paid for a certain amount,
and it is not necessary to trade it all out at one time, and do not for?
get that ?II these goods are made of oak and handsomely carved.
We do not ask any higher prices on account of these presents.
FLO It A HOOK HACK,
ItK A I* r V WALL POCK KT
5 We have adopted this method of advertising
Cpppi A| % because we believe it will result in increasing
? our business and at the same time share the ben
i efits with our customers, for we know that if you
a get such presents from us you will not forget us, ,
NUTILEa # and the articles themselves will advertise us ?
j every day while in your house. 5
Enock Brothers' New York Bazaar,
34 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Va.
Please call and get a Ticket and Catalogue. Catalogues mailed to any
address free of charge.