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Letters, Science, Engineering, Law. Medicine.
Session liri*tns IStll Seilt? mber.
Tuition in Academical Schools free to Vir
Ciiih'us. Kor catalogues address
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SCHEDULE IN KFFKCT MAY 12, 1895.
Westbound Leave Itoanoke Dally.
8:90 a. m.(Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Bristol and the South and
West. Stops at principal stations west
of Badford. Pullman Bleepers to New
Orleans and Memphis, dining car at?
T:05 a. m. for Badford, Bluofleld and
4:35 p. m. too Chloago Express for Bad?
ford, Bluefleld, Pooahontas, Kenova,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis,
Kansas City, Columbus and Chicago.
Pullman Buffet Sleeper Boanoke
to Columbus. Also for Pulaskl,
Wythevllle, Bristol, Knozville, Chat?
tanooga and Intermediate points.
Stortb and Eastbound, Leave Boanoke
1:40 p. m. for Petersburg, Bichmond
1:40 p; m. for Washington, Hagerstown,
Philadelphia and Now York.
10:40 p. m. for Blchmond and Norfolk.
Pullman sleeper Boanoke to Norfolk
and Lynchburg to Bichmond.
8:05 p. m. Washington and Chatu
noo;<a limited) for Washington,
Hagorstown, Philadelphia and New
Ysrk. Pullman sleepers to Washing
ton, Philadelphia and Now A'->rkvia
Shenandoah Junction and Ba?.imore
and Ohio railroad. Stops only at
Durham Division?Leave Lynchburg
(Union station^ daily 3:45 p. no. for
South Boston and Durham and inter?
Winston Salem Division?Leave Boa?
noke (Unijn station) dally 3:10 p. m.
for Kcoky Mount, Martinsville, Win
?ton-Salem and Intervnedlate stations
For all additional Information apply
t tlokei office or to W. B. BEVILL
Jeneral Pasaengei Agent, Boanoko, Vai
M. F. BBAGC*,
Traveling Passenger Ager
133 Salem Ave.
Loan & Trust Oo
Prompt Delivery and Good Work
Send to the Old Reliable,
ROANOKE STEAM LAUNDRY,
GBO. W. AMMEN & CO., I'roprs.
?PHONE 11?. 130 K.IICK AVE., S W
Spoolal Correspondence to The Times, F.
A. Lovelock. Kmbrter.
Dr. .Toa. Shanks loft yostnrday lor a
visit to Crockott Arsonlc Springs.
Rev. Georgo McClannahan and vlfo,
of Philadelphia, aro visiting friends In
Judge H. E. Blair left yostorday for
Radford, for tho purposo of holding a
special term of the circuit courc there.
Mrs. Ohas. R. Towsand left yesterday j
for Norfolk to jjln Mr. Towsand, where
he is seorotary of tho Y. M. C. A. at
The Misses Logan opened their
school at the residence of their father,
Col. R H. Logan, with a full attend?
ance of pupils.
Mrs. Wm. Simmons, of Norfolk, came
to Salem yesterday to bo In attendance
at tho marrlatre of her sister, Miss
Bertha Jane Prltchard.
Miss Mary Low Stearnes left yester?
day for Trenton, Arkansas, at which
place Bhe will teach vocal and instru?
mental music in the Trenton Female
The school truBtoes electoral board of
Roanoko county met yesterday after?
noon in Judge Moffett's otlloo. Harvey
Henderson was olocted trustee, for
Tho cause of the row on the "trolley"
ride Tuesday night In Roanoko was due
to one colored Individual who wished to
Indulge In a fow "cusb" words. When he
was told to "keep his Hp" be remon?
strated and then things did "scatter."
(1. W. Hayes, president of tho Vir?
ginia Seminary, colored, of Lynchburg,
will deliver an oration tho first Sunday
in October, at the celebration of the
tenth anniversary of tho pastorate of
Rov. B. F. Fox, pastor of tho colored
Kaptist Church, of this place.
YeBterday at noon Charles Augusta
Halgh, of Portsmouth, and Mies Bertha
Jane Prltchard were united In marriage
by Dr. L A. Fox at the residence of
the bride on Main street. Mr. and Mrs.
Halgh left on the 1:11 train for Ports?
mouth, where they will reside.
The county school board met in Supt.
R. C. StearneB office Tuesday evening;
twelve out of fifteen members were
present. The board examined the books
of the treasurer and clerk and found the
same correot. J. M. Watts was eleoted
vica-prPBidont for the coming year and
R. W. Kime clerk.
One hundred and twenty boys matri?
culated at Roanoke College yesterday.
This is tho largest number that have
ever done so on tho first day of tho ses?
sion. This being such an auspicious
opening it is quite likely that within a
month the names of fully two hundred
students will be enrolled on the books.
Yesterday was a rather quiet day in
the county court, only one case being
disposed of. Oeo. M. Muso, treasurer
of Roanoko county, presented to tho
court the SeuHqnent tax list of 1804,
wllicu w?g approved and ordered to be
certified to the auditor. The case bf
commonwealth vs. Adam Lowrie was
again triod. Tho prisoner entered the
plea of "not guilty." It will be re?
membered that this case ha* bad two
hearings, and In each Oase the jurymen
were unable to agree. At this trial,
however, additional evidence was Intro?
duced by the prosecution which secured
tho conviction or Lowrlo and imposed
upon him Iho fine of $20 or thirty days'
imprisonment in the county jail In de?
fault of payment of said fine.
TuKitr. is more Catarrh in this sec?
tion of the country than all other dis?
eases put together, and until tho last
few years, was supposed to be incura?
ble. For a great many years doctors
pronounced it a local disoate, and pre?
scribed local remedies, and by constantly
failing to cure with local treatment,
pronounced it Incurable. Science has
proven catarrh to bo a constitutional
disease and therefore requires constitu?
tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co.,
Toledo, Ohio, is tho only constitutional
cure in the market. It is taken inter?
nally in doses from 10 drops to a tea
spoonful. It acts directly on tho blood
and mucous surfaces of tho system.
They offor one hundred dollars for any
case It fails to cure. Send for circulars
and testimonials. Address F. J.
Chknky & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all
lirooeh anil Chtiteldine.
The day of the brooch and chutelaino
for watches is over. The watch chain
agnin assorts itself. Watches no longer
Bwing from enameled flowers or jew?
eled bars. Instead they tire bidden
away in a watch pocket, and a black
silk cord or u narrow ribbon is their
main support. Old fashioned broad gold
watch chains aro not yet tho vogue, but
as time goes on they probably will bo.
At present silk cords in black and dark
shades are considered the proper thing,
tfuniuicr girls, however, are .substitut?
ing for the gold watch chain a narrow
satin ribbon which matches in color the
gown with which it is worn. A few ex?
ceedingly fiuo gold chains aro .seen.
A ?o?d Pinn.
Tho Rock Island railroad has adopted
im excellent plan to test the. honesty of its
conductors. Thoy wore informed that
spotters would no longer bo employed
on the road, and that the money thus
saved would bo applied to tin increase
in tho wages of the conductors. Tho
plan is said to bo working to tho entire
satisfaction of both tho company and
those directly affected.?Philadelphia
DofeiiHo of a Purse Thief.
A delightful defense was tendered re?
cently tt> a charge of stealing a purse
from a lady's pocket. "The prisoner
pleaded that ho was tempted by the
pnrso protending," which justified him,
ho seemed to think, in intruding.?
The ImperUhablc Fool.
It is a curious fact that tho supply of
foolish people never gives out, although
they are dying of their folly ovory day.
Hammer?You seo that old shanty
over there? Well, that is a burglar proof
house, as strange as it may seem.
Tongs?Burglar proof! Seems to mi
that would bo tho last place a burglai
Hammer?So it is.?Boston Courier.
A WAITER WHO LOST MONEY.
ICo InirnUcil Upon u Conversation Riul
Didn't <:c-t n Tip.
From their conversation they were
evident )y undo and uicce, ami tho lat?
ter was from tho country. Her gown
was trimmed with many ribbons, und
it boro tho uniuistakahlo stamp of tho
Notwithstanding that fact, she was
good to look upon, and her interest in
everything around her was vigorous and
broad. They found a table in a restau?
rant in the Tenderloin not far from tho
intersection of Broadway and Sixth nvo
UUO at tho dinner hour.
"Yes," said the uncle, "I have been
hero long ouough to become a pretty
thorough New Yorker," and then he
ordered a modest dinner. "This is one
of tho bang up restaurants, and you'll
always find first rate people here. My
boarding honso is bang up, but this
boats it all hollow."
Tho niece straightened out a ribbon
and then looked around in an embar?
rassed way. Sho was struggling with n
question. As if tho suggestion were al?
together improbable she asked:
"Did you ever seo Jay Gould?"
"Sore I have," ho answered; "lots
and lots of times."
"Did you over seo Mr. Vanderbilt?"
"Cornele?'' said the undo inquiring?
ly. "Y"e.s, indeed. When I boarded up
town, I used to seo Cornele nearly overy
"What did he look like?" asked tbo
niece, beginning to feel tho importance
of dining with a Now York uncle who
had seen millionaires.
"Why, Cornele Vanderbilt is one man
in a thousand," said tho uncle, puffing
up with pride. "Ho is a tall, fine look?
ing man with a heavy black beard. You
would know him in any crowd for a
man of importance, no wears his hair
"Pardon, m'sionr," interrupted the
waiter, who had begun to serve tho soup,
and who had stopped in surprise as the
city nuclo began to describe Cornelius
Vanderbilt. "Pardon, m'sieur, but I
haf had ze houor to serf Meester Corne?
lius Vanderbilt, and you make zees mis?
take. Ho is not beog, and he has not zo
black whiskers, full beard, so. Ho is
"Just bring mo a largo spoon, wait?
er," interrupted tho uncle. As the wait?
er got out of eiTt'sbot he said: "Yon see,
I haven't seen Ccu-nelhis Vanderbilt
since I moved down town. He's changed
a good deal since then, and I have heard
that his whiskers had been trimmed. "
Tho waiter didn't have another op?
portunity to intrude, In th6 c?nversaJti,on;
and ho received no tip.?New York Sun.
The Inltuonee of I'rr-in.
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To understand the relation of Mussul?
man rule to religions and intellectual
freedom wo must note the influence of
the eonqiv\st of Persia on the Arab
mind. When tho invaders took the cap?
ital city ?if Khosru, they did not know
tho value of booty. Sinne offered to ox
change gold for silver, and others mis?
took camphor for sulphur. They came
like swarms of half starved locusts to
devour tho land. They were banditti of
tho desert, with no culture but tho in?
spiration of the clans. Tho only idea of
government in these tribes was tho
leadership of ape and valor, ns repre?
sented in tho slunk, with a natural mix?
ture of hereditary respect. On the death
of Mohammed they broke into rebellion.
Islam really came on the world like a
fierce descent of desert clans on their foes.
Mohammed's ideal of government
was just to send his governors through
Arabia to establish Islam and then to
collect tribute from the poor in camels
and sheep; also as plumb r to meet tho
expense of his campaign. 1'inter these
circumstances it was an absolute neces?
sity for the founders of the Mussulman
empiio in tho east to adopt in tho main
tho financial and administrative experi?
ence of their more cultured subjects.
Arabic names, customs, language, rites,
penetrated tho empire, but under their
external forms appeared the native
ideas and met bods. Persians were tho
leaders and simpers of Islamic culture.
Tho simple Arabs learned of these
larger brains and more sensuous imag?
inations, music, architecture, sculpture,
philosophy) wiuo and fine apparel. Per?
sians woro the real founders and teach?
ers of tho great, academic clubs and
schools.?Johnson's "Oriental Reli?
Forms of Incredulity,
Consider 1110 great multitude of Chris?
tians who are constitutionally incapable
of believing that there can be good in
any other religious system than their
own. How many Protestants aro there
Who hold it incredible thai any good
thing can couio out of Rome? Can yon
uujnbcr Ihe r$pJMni,??t? wjio are without
faith in anything the Protestants ever
A similar peculiarity is seen in races.
There are many Irishmen who can ho
lieve in nothing but Saxon "perfidy,"
many Poles who can believe in nothing
but Russian "wickedness," many Bo?
hemians who can believe ill nothing but
the German "brute," and many Eng?
lishmen who can believe in nothing but
tho "unspeakable" Turk.?All the Year
I'ixlieriiirn'N Queer Wny?.
Fishermen have queer customs. A
few years ago tllO fishermen of Preston,
Lancashire, used actually to go fishing
on Sunday. It seems incredible, but
they did. A clergyman of the. town used
to preach against this Sabbath desecra?
tion and pray that they might catch no
fish. And they did not! But they found
out how to make bis prayers of no avail.
The fishermen used to make u litiio
effigy of the parson in rags and put this
small "guy" up their chimneys. Whilo
Iiis reverence was slowly smoked and
consumed, tho fish bit?liko anything !?
London Fishing Gazette.
Logwood is tho marrow of a peculiar
treo in the West Indies, ll is shipped in
long, thick pieces of firm, heavy, dark
red wood. It, is split up and moistened
by water or acid for use.
In his desire to use lino lnngnngo tho
darky somotimrs allows his ideas and
Btatciuouts to bocome u trillo confused,
ns well us confusing.
Soino years ago a handbill announc?
ing u "colored picnic" to bo hold in a
grovo uoar ? .southern city was freoly
oiroulatod. After various highly entic?
ing auuouueomouts relative to tho do
lights in store for the partakors in this
eutertaiuiueut tho bill concluded with
tho following puzzling notice printed
"Good behavior will bo strictly and
reservedly enjoined upon all present,
and nothing will bo loft undone which
will tend to mar tho pleasure of tho
company. "?Youth's Companion.
Only Ono Fault.
Mrs. Hashleigh (tho hoarding houso
lady)?Such a gentleman,that Mr. First -
lloor was! Never complained if ho had
no towels, never sneered at the rice pud?
ding or mode remarks about tho nap?
kins. But for ono great fault I'd never
have lot him leave tho house.
Fonrthfloor?Oh, ho had a fault, had
Mis. Hashleigh?Yes, he thought if
ho sat about and praised things it wasn't
necessary to pay board ?? v ? "**>
When Oiii Was New.
When it was first proposed to light
tho streets of London with gas, great
objection was mado by tho pnblia and
nowspapors on the ground that tho peo?
ple would ho poisoned, that the trees
and vegetation would all ho killed, and
that domestic animals could not possi?
bly survive tho deadly fumes.
The Catholic Apostolic church, n dis?
senting body, bus ten organizations in
this country, with three churchos and
seven halls, all having a joint capacity
of 1,100 and a value of $00,050. The
membership numbers 1,304.
"Whisky," said tho temperance ora?
tor in tones of much earnestness as ho
pointed his finger at the audience?
"whisky has killed nioro men than bul?
"All the same," said tho watery eyed
citizen near tho middle aisle, "I'll ;i
heap rather a man filled mo witli whis?
ky than with bullets."?Indianapolis
Easily, Quickly, Permanently Restored.
,y V> cuhcchA, Nervonsnen?t
ffiPS\ Debility, and nil tho train
\X: f.'<Y\ of evils from early errors or
V? W'-r excesses, tho results qf
r X-t Y overwork, siokn-.??, wcrir,
>; H w \ etc. Full VtMuiftb, davot
/V-?n y , \ o;irTi<"4Tnml tone given to
>*'^\R^*~P^i-3r*.','"y ortian and portion
f!W ,Vv>V^K \ of thehndy. Simtoe.nat
!vtJ'< .^vr^LloA nral methods, fmmedl
; '', flu i I * N / ate improvement eeen.
?Vi'.uro Impossible. 2.000 references. Book,
?tliluualiou and proofs mailed (sealed)
r-m MEDICAL CO., Buffalo.'N.V.
LOST?CKHTIFICATE OK DEPOSIT, DATED
January 36,1804, No. 8.887, Iseucd by Koa
noke TriiHt, Loan anil Safe Dcpoplt Company, of
Koanoke, Vn., in my name, has heen lost or
stolen. All parties are warned not to liny or
trade for same. Wan lo*t in porkotbook with
other valuables. Suitable reward If returned.
MltS. B. V. JAMISON. !t lit 3t
AHAUE BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY IN
Norfolk, Va.?Owing tootlier Interest-', sab
rriticr i:lTer.J for sale a complete Job printing
business, Including electrio power, rive prcencs,
and line lot of type and material. Hi,lire oQIce
as good an new. Established trade, both locally
and in several other States. Will fell low to
prompt rash buyer. Address "MANUFAC?
TURER," P. O. box 334, Norfolk, Vn. ? 1!" tr
FOH SALE. IMI.KTON, GENTLE MOUSE
and harness, Phyton and harness good as
new. Will sell ontilt at a bargain. Address, "M.
E. U.," Box 118, Hoanoke. '.) 17-tt.
I/OR KENT? NICELY FUHNIS1IED BOOMS
F at 300 Campbell St. Mrs. B. O. Payne. Olalw
FOR RENT?COAL YARD, WELL LOCATED,
Standard scales, all conveniences; also for
rent, a large warehouse, four stories; good loca?
tion; also 800 itonr barrels for sale. Apply to J.
A. FISlIBURfsE. D 11 tf
Ramon's Liver Pills & Tonic Pellets
are a Perfect Treatment for Constipat: ~>.
and Biliousness. JEfaJf* One pill a dose.
THREE UNFURNISHED BOOMS WANTED
for light housekeeping. Addrets "II. W. J.,"
Timks office. !i 19 It
WANTED -POSITION BY A GRADUATE OK
Eastman Daslnees College, with experience
as bookkeeper, collector and typewriter.
Bcfercacce. Small salary expected. 11. K? TImks
oniee. 0 11 lw
WANTED-TO RENT, BY TWO I'ReVCTI
cal stockmen antl dairymen, a large stock
farm for a term of years,with privilege of buying.
Implement?and stock desired with farm. Best
of references. Address, L. B. MONSON, Crested
Bnttcs, Gunnison county, Colo. 0 11 lw
ANTED CASH PAID FOR SECOND
hand furniture. 331 Kimballavenue north
cast, J. R. HOOVER. 8 23 Into
Ramon's Relief cures Sick-Headache,
Neuralgia, Crarrips, Ckoicru Morbus,
Diarrhoen, &c. 25c for large bottle.
WANTED?TWO OR THREE SALESMEN
for good territory, to handle our line of
household goods. Good opportunity for en?
ergetic canvassers. Apply Standard Installment
Company, 809 Commerce street, Hoanoko, Va.
Ramon's Nerve ?od Bone Oll cure*
Rheumatism, Cuts, Sores, Burns and
Bruises, for 25c.
A wonderful Improvement In Friction FrctN end
(iiu-iineU, thick motionof CarrinijeJl iltttci 1 he
as any oilier In iheoarkct. Friction clinch 1 '? ?<??'?
eawalns ?II Uioft wl gearlnc to stand stiii vvlillo k
in;: ?eeiir Mivitiir In power und v e.'t. 1 ???
IcenlslnstamrAfbrUrgoCatnlciriicnndprl ? 1 Ala
^pilnir I Sorrow*, liny Unke?, < Irlviitiir?,
Corn I'lnniiTM. SlioIlorH,etc. ' ,
UKNCI1 DKO?CiOi.D,?ift:?., Vor!:, V.\
WELL, wo nro still nt it. Wo hnve no desire to blow
our owu horn (although we know DO one cIbo will do
it if we don't). A woman can believe her own eyes, and if
she seeH value in tho road Hho must recognize it. We have
ORE AT VALUES for this week. Wc want you to look
them through, buy or not?that's left to your judgment, aud
it your judgment is good, wo are not afraid of tho result o'.
your unbiased opinion.
See What We Ire Offering This Week For
i THEY CANNOT
tp BE EQUALLED
rfjl ij::^ii??^l p RANITEVILLE 4-4 t'nbloacbed
tjg? vT Muslin, splendid quality, worth
c, this week.5c
ONOGRAM Apron Checks In all
colors, worth 8c yd, this week.-5c
DARTMOUTH Drcas Gingham,nice
colors, worth 10c yd, this week.-5c
C^t OOD Quality Canton Flannel, 27
X Inches wido, worth 8c, this week 5c
MERRIMACIv Indigo Blue, best
quality, worth 7c, this week_5c
L'OULARD Turkoy Red, for waists,
S- fast color, worth 8c. this week. -5c
BEST Pacific Analyno Mourning
Prints, worth 7c, this week.5c
CENTRAL Park Shirting Prints,
strlpeB and figures, worth 6c,
/ \Nfi Lot Best ouality Shirting
V / Remnanto, all colors, worth 10c,
?XARTHA Washington Chocolate
A Printe, fast colors, worth 7c,
ONE Lot Ladles' and Gents' Hand?
kerchiefs, cheap at 10c each, this
ONE Lot Torchon Lace, IK Inches
wide, worth 10c yd, this week..5c
O pE,/"> I A I Our new fall and winter goods are
^* dV/lr\lrf"""arriviDR daily. They cousist of
all the latest novelties in Dress Goods, Silks, Velvets, and
Millinery. We respectfully request all the ladies of Ronu
oke and vicinity to call aud inspect our goods and prices
before purchasing. Due notice of our grand fall opening
will be given iu these columns.
do the best business men of this com?
munity patronize the advertising col?
Futnic orders depend upon the returns
derived from present orders.
No other advertising medium in South?
west Virginia so completely covers the
field or renders such gratifying results.
Owing to the popular price, $5 a year
iL advance, at which it is offered, new
subscribers arc being enrolled every
day, and its attractive news columns
are a guarantee that every line of the
paper is read.
TIIK TIMES' Telegraphic service Ih uimurpassetl
iu the State.
TIIK XIMKS 1? "Up-to-Date" o? Local News.
TIIK DAILY XIMKS la ?B n year In advance, or
50 ??fiits per month.
TIIK SUNDAY XIMKS costs SI a year.
Brings Better Returns to Adver
tisers than any Paper in S. W. Va.