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It I? a rupcrb Tonic and exerts n, won.
f!erfui Influence in strengthenl turner system
by driving throuRb the proper channel ulllm
fiurltlcs. llcalth and strength are guarautceu
o result from Its use.
My wire was bedridden for clphtoon months,
nlu-r using Ilrndrlrld'a Female It.mil"
tor for two months. I? gettlnB well.
J. M. JOHNSON, Malvern, Ark.
BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., ATLANTA, U A. |
Bold by nil Drupelets atSI.OO par bottle.
IWILL NOT UK RESPONSIBLE FJH ANY
debts made by any ono except myself.
1211 1 w O. J. BOISSEAU.
NY PERSON HAVING ANY CLAIMS
against the firm of Knock Bros, will please
fllo them at once with mo. S, N YDUEU, Trustee.
Afisl ON DEUEMUEIt^G, 1S95. TUE RE
5tl)jV/Uv/? was received through J. H. Dan?
ner, Koanoko agent for the Mntnal Reserve "nnd
Lite Association, of Now York, the sum of f 5,(vjo,
without deduction or delay, the same being the
insurance held upon tho life of tbc late Col. John
B. Penn. Had ha taken an ordinary life policy
in as old system company and paid the same
amount of premiums as he paid the Mntnal Re
server, his heirs would only have received $2,819,
Instead of S5.000. Gained by Mntual Reserve
plan, $3,651 13 6 It
DON'T BUY YOUR XMAS PRESENTS BE
foro seeing tho beontlful art needle work at
MRS. GBO. W. amman'S, 1119 Patterson avenue
southwest. 12 8 4t
R*rnorr*? Nerve??] Bone Oil cures
Rheumatism, Cuts, Sotea, Burns ?a
Bmisee, for asc
OR S\LE?A SCHOLARSHIP IN TUE NA
tlonal BusIdcss College of Ro.noke. Apply
at Tbk times office. 13 4 tt
B MUST HAVB HELP.?WE PAY MEN
and women $10 to $18 per week tor easy
borne work. No books or peddling. Steady em?
ployment guaranteed. Send stamp for work and
particulars at once. HERMANN & SEYMOUR,
213 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Ramon's Liver Pills & Tonic Pellets
are a Perfect Treatment for Constipation
and Biliousness. BST" One pill a dose.
WANTED?TO EXCHANGK $5,C00 WORTH
of good paying real estate for wood or iron
worktng machtnory. Address P. O. BOX 04,
Chattsnoogo, Tenn. 12 lu 3t
MAKE MONEY ?BY CAREFUL PPKCULATION
In (Jruin tbroti?h n reliable, successful tlrm. Excel?
lent opportunities to make profits by our new plan?,
l-^tillv explained and sent fro-. Iliebest references.
I'attisox &Co.,UU90imihiillulldluK, CblCBRU, 111.
WANTED?CASU PAID FOR CAST-OFF
clothing, etc. Address SO Salom avenue or
P. O. Box 693, Roanoke. Va. 10 12 lm
WANTED?SALESMAN; SALARY FKOM
start, permanent place, BROWN BH03.,
Nurserymen, Rochester, N. Y. 13 8 lm
LI. LADIES HAVING A FBW HOURS
leisure each day should write mc at once re
garding pleasant homo work whirh easily pays
413 weekly. This is no deception and will cer?
tainly pay you to Investigate. Honly with
etamped envelope. MISS M. A. STEBBINS,
Lawrence, Mich. 11 24-tt
GENTS?A SNAI' FOR YOU. SALES IM
menso. Big pav. Will cost you nothing to
test the business. No samplcB reeded. HOUSE?
HOLD SPECIALTY COMPANY', 79 W. Fourth
stieet, Cincinnati, Ohio. 10 15 6m
ANTE D.?MAN TO SUPERINTEND
branch office for Western Manufacturing
Company. Salary $1,200 yearly. References and
$000 capital required. Address BOX 83, Atlanta,
?a. _1029 tt
TH17ANTED?TWO OR THREE SALESMEN
VV for good territory, to handle our lino of
household roods. Good opportunity for en?
ergetic canvassers. Apply Standard Installment
Company, 809 Commerce street, Roanoke, Va.
OSCAR GR?NZ ft CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Liquors and Cigars.
14 Governor St., Richmond, Va.
12 8 :iw
Y,.:. n Baby was sick, wo gave her Castorla,
When she was a Child, slio cried fur Castorla,
When s::o become Miss, sho clung to Castorla.
When siio had Children, sho gave them Custoria,
Gko. W. Jkneinb, editor of the Santa
Maria "TimeB," Cal., in speaking of the
variouB ailments of children, said:
"When my children have croup thoro is
only one patent modlcina that i ubo, and
that is Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
It poaeEBea some medical propenios
that relieve the littlo eufT^rorB imme~
dlately. It 1b, in my opinion, tho best
cough medicine In tho market." If this
remedy 1b freely given as soon as the
croupy cough appears it will prevent
the attack. It ia also an ideal remedy
for whooping cough. There is no dan?
ger in giving it to children, as it con
tains cotbing injurious. For aale by The
Chaa. Lyle Drug Company.
The Koanohe Times ? <? + PAPER
Listen for the belled teams. They
will deliver you Pooahontas, Russell
-Creek, Thacker, Banner, Brush Moun?
tain, Anthracite, and the aemi bitumi?
nous "Bed Ash" coal; also crashed ooke
and wood. W, k. Andrkwb & Co , 219
WnEN you are trying to think of a
suitable present for birthdays cr wed?
dings, or ChrlBtmaa, just remember the
Pocket Kodak. It's out of the ordinary
line?it will be appreciated. Roanoke
Cycle Company, sole agents, 108 Salem
avenue s. w.
Go to Donaldson's tor oak scuta, very
Attorney Jcol II. Gutchin, of Roa~
nose, was in town yesterday.
Mrs R. D. Martin left for Pulaski
yesterday evening to be at tbe bedside
of a sick daughter. Miss Berta will
join her mother Saturday.
Last night several Salemltes attended
a birthday party given by Benjamin
Moomaw at tne residence of his father.
Rev. D. C. Moomaw.
Marriage license has junt been issued
to Joseph I. Arthur and Miss Susan A.
Hogan, both of this county.
Fifty cents will secure a round trip
ticket to Roanoke and admission to the
Edwin Farmer concert at the Academy
of Music on December 13. Tickets on
sale at Dlllard & Persinger's drug store.
The familiar face of D. E. Kefauver
was observed on our streets yesterday.
Evangelist J. W. Hypos has just re?
turned from his meeting at Wesloy
Chapel, Giles county. He reports fifty
conversions, and one of the most spirit?
ual meetings he has ever had. A former
Salemite, Mr. Sibole, was present, and
greatly enjoyed the services.
Evangelist 0. B. StrouBe is still at
THE EDITOR'S TABLE.
FABLES AND ESSAYS.?By John Bryan, of
Ohio; 250 pages; from tbe preBS of the Arts aud
Lettrcs Company, 874 Broadway, New York.
Issued November 20.
We have reoelved through the courtesy
of Miss Elizabeth B. Borst, of Luray.
Va., a cjpy of "Fables and Essays," an
extremely interesting and cleverly writ?
ten book. The fables are very enticing
and each one has a strong moral em?
bodied in It, many of them being par?
ticularly applicable to tbe age in which
we live. "The Rat and the Rabbits"
will be highly appreciated by those who
deprecate the growing tendency of a
certain class to ape our English cousins.
Another gem is "And This Is
Love." The alleged conflict between
the Protestants and the Roman Catholioa
is also sarcastically portrayed in a few
of the f ablas. Twenty-five pages of the
book contain poems of a rather high or?
der of merit, the sentiment of love pre?
ponderating. Not the least interesting
feature of tbe book is "Boy Talk,"which
contains some very good advice. Upon
the whole, the book will repay anyone
who will purchase. It can be had at all
American Historical Register.
Tho official gaz9tte of all the patriotic
hereditary societies, The American His?
torical Register, has for December its
usual attractive contents. It tells, with
a score of pictures, of "Lafayette Day"
in Philadelphia, when the Nation's
Cuest visited that city in October, 1824.
These monthly articles in The Histor?
ical Register relating to Lafayette's
visit in 1321 aro contributed by mem
bars of the patriotic societies, and is a
feature of this magazine's enterprise
entirely its own. Hon. W. H. Bailey,
of Houston, Tex., oontlnuei his histor?
ical paper on the "Regulators of North
Carolina," a description of tho regula?
tion emute generally ignored by Ameri?
can historians. "Colonial Patriotism in
Song," the title of anothor article, Is a
valuable paper by Mr. Onderdonk, of
Chicago, on popular versification before
the revolution. The colonial family de?
scribed this month is Thompson, of Con?
necticut, by Mrs. Marcus Richardson,
of New Orleans. As the patriotic
societies are particularly busy at this
season "proceeding" and celebrating,
the Proceedings and Celebrations De?
partment of Tne Historical Register is
unusually crowded with items of news
about the societies Tbe Historical
Register Publishing Co.. Philadelphia.
Terms 83 per year. For sale by all
LeadiDg Events of tbe American Bevolu
A very completo and attractive 82
page booklet, with this title, and con?
taining over ECO brief descriptions of
events, wltn dates?all for ton oents?
has boon issued by The Spirit of '76, of
No 14 Lafayette Place, Now York olty.
The book contains two separate ar?
rangements of ouch dato; one being al?
phabetical and tho other by days, It is
extremely convenient for reference, and
easily worth several times the trifling
price. It may bo added that The Spirit
of'70 is a ten cent' illustrated patriotic
and historical magazine, now In its
Short Stories For January.
Tho January, or holiday number of
Short Stories has a handsome cover and
contains a dozen or more woll-choBPn
tale9, a few of them being especially
suited to tho season. Stanley Woyman
is represented by a pretty story of an
outing in Norway, which ends in court?
ship in London. There are also dainty
sketches from the Franch of Catulle
Mendos and others with suitable illus?
trations, and there is a timely story of
life in Constantinople by Adelaide
Keen. In a different vein is Huldah
derrick's powerful tale of lifo in a cot?
ton factory and stirring scones among
the moonshiners. In addition to those
mentioned the names of Harry Pain, J.
M. Barrie and Balzac also appear In tho
table of contents of this attractive
number of Short StorieB.
Deafness Cannot bo Cured
By local Replications, as tboy cannot
reach the diseased portion of the ear.
There is only one way tocure deafness,
and that 1b by tho constitutional reme?
dies. Deafness is caused by an In?
flamed condition of tho mucous lining of
the Euatachlan Tube. When this tube
is inflamed you have a rumbling sound
or imperfect hearing, and when it is en?
tirely closed, deafness is tho result, and
unlesB the Inflammation can be taken
out and this tube restored to Its normal
condition, bearing will be destroyed for?
ever; nine cases out of ten are caused by
catarrh, which is nothing but an in
flamed condition of the mucous surface.
We will give One Hundred Dollars for
iny case of Deafness (caused by catarrh)
<bat cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
3ure. Send for olrculars; free.
F. J. Chkney & Co , Toledo, O.
ZW Sold by Druggists, 75o.
Look out for the boiled teams. First
class Pocabontas nut or lump coal de
llvered promptly by W. K. Andrews &
Co., 210 Salem avenue.
The Pocket Kodak is not a plaything
but a complete little camera. One but
ton does it; you press it. Roanoke Cyolt
Company,agents, 108 Salem avenues ?
How much is 3'our time
worth? How much do
you value your strength?
Is your money worth sav?
ing? Buy a large package
for 25 cents and you will
save time, strength, money.
With this famous cleaner
every hour counts. Get a
package and try it. Sold
everywhere. Made only by
The N. K. Fairbank Company,
Chicago, St. Louis, New York, Boston, Philadelphia.
Ho Thinks tho Frlnclplo of rcrverslty
Governs All Department* of Life.
It lias been observed from time im?
memorial that a curious perversity of
cliiuate?so wo have beou accustomed
to consider it?generally provides ouo
sort of weuther to match a precisely op?
posite sort of clothing. Thus a walking
stick will generally attract rain and an
umbrella will produce sunshine.
Indeed the principle of perversity
governs every department of life.
Should sunshine bo necessary it will bo
wet. Documents of no importance aio
never mislaid. Wc invariably meet tho
peoplo whom wo ore anxious to avoid
and miss theso we especially wish to
meet. A woman generally loses her
heart to tho wrong man ; a man gener?
ally marries tho wrong woman. Every
ouo will bo ablo to add to theso exam?
ples almost indefinitely from personal
There aro no accidents whatever in
life. Modern science has established
that every incident is governed by an in?
variable law. Careful observation aud
the study of statistics provo beyond the
possibility of,doubt that clothes do very
materially iulluenco weather, a discov?
ery which should bo invaluable not only
to the farmer, but to every member of
Recent science, moreover, has erro?
neously adopted the theory of tho surviv?
al of the fittest. Tho primal law which
governs every circumstance of lifo is
tho survival of tho uuiittest. For in?
stance, if a man is to inherit a fortune
from a relntive, the latter will survivo
to cxtremo old age. In literaturo and in
art the man iif talent fails, tho charlatan
attains fame. In finance and in com?
merce the swindler makes a fortune and
becomes fashionable, the honest man is
driven into bankruptcy. An enemy is
sure to flourish. Tho pattern Sunday
school boy is cut off in his youth; the
truant grows to manhood, marries hap?
pily and dies respected and regretted by
all. Tho worthy youth never marries
tho woman ho loves; she marries his
utterly worthless rival.?London Truth.
The Metallic Splendor of the Diplomatie
Corps on New Year'a Morning.
Washington's most picturesque fea?
ture, tho diplomatic corps, never gots in?
to action until tho reception at the
White House on New Year's day, al?
though the individual members will bo
seen out in society for a month or moro
beforo the recognized social season. At
tho Now Year's reception, however, tho
diplomats como out strong, and the pro?
cession of tho members of tho foreign
legations r.nd embassies from tho White
Honso to the home or hotel of tho secre?
tary of state, where tho diplomatic
breakfast is served, is ono of tho gala
sights of tho year. Many of tho popula?
tion of Washington stay tip all night in
order to get a place on tho White House
fence where they may seethe procession
pass as soon as it has been received and
properly attended to by tho president.
After this reception tho entire organi?
zation lines np and puts out on foot for
tho homo of the secretary of stato. As
they pass from tho White Honso grounds
in their glittering raiment they are tho
showiest things in Washington and
worth coming miles to see. Tho lowli?
est attacho in tho crowd will givo cards
and spades to tho most showily dressed
drum major in tho conn try und will win
out with ease. They hnvo gold laco and
bullion strung all over them, while tho
aigrots, plumes, epaulets, cords, tassols
nnd ribbons of any ono legation would
stock a millinery storo. Such is tho ef?
fect of this aggregation of beauty and
valor on tho grent American crowd
gathered without tho gates that overy
man in it utters nt somo tlmo while tho
procession is passing, with contemptu?
ous emphasis, tho remark which occurs
oftenest in tho narrative of tho adven?
tures of Chimmio Fadden.?Indianapo?
An Irish drill instructor was putting
recruits through tho first, stages of their
"Oyos rolght!" shouted the Instructor,
nnd in an instant overy man's optics trav?
"As you wcrol" ropontod tho Instructor,
but did not- appear to derive thu samo sat?
isfaction from thu movement.
"Oyos rolght!" was tho sharp command,
a socond tlmo repeated, "When I glvo
thu order, 'As you WOrol' I want to hear
overy man's oyoballaclick together as they
return to tholr sockets!"?Pearson's
i nine 01 Iteil riair.
Red hair is, says n scientific authority,
of thut color because it has in Its composi?
tion ? larger proportion of sulphur than
LOSS Of THE PRESIDENT.
Strange Story of the Scuttling of a Great
Steamship by Pirates.
What n Btrange story is that com
inunicatod by tho Duko of Nowcastlo to
Tho Globo concerning tho loss of tho
President! Ho says that a trustworthy
informant in tho United States assured
him that a sailor, dying in an American
port, had confessed to having formed
ono of tho crow of a pirate vossol which
captured tho great steamship. "Every
soul on board was inndo to walk tho
plank, and tho ship was scuttled."
Tho story seems incredibly, yet it may
bo true, aud tho possibility of it gives
ono quito a shock. It is 50 years ago
and moro siuco tho President disappear?
ed from human sight, without, I be?
lieve, loaving a traoo. Tho loss of uo
othor vessel?for it was tho first of tho
great passenger ships to go?has caused
so great an excitement. How those at
homo clung to hopo, somo of them for
years?for tho notion of tho crow being
wrecked ou somo out of tho way island
was eagerl3" adopted?and how many a
heart was broken by tho intolerable
suspenso! At last it was generally con?
cluded that tho ship had collided with
an icoborg and founderod. And rjfbw
comes this terrible story, which, it is
fortunato, was not conceived of when
it would havo had tho power to make
thoso at homo moro miserable.
It is not to bo forgotten, however,
that moro than ono story has been re?
cently writtou upon this subject?the
capture and scuttling of a passenger
Btoauicr?and it seems moro likoly
that they havo suggested tho idea being
adaptod to tho loss of tho President than
that a solitary pirato Bhonld havo ro
vcalod such a long kopt secret of tho
Mystified by nn Abbreviation.
Among tho stories told about the ex?
periences of police tolegraph operators
by tho attaches of tho electrical bureau
is ono which relates to an ox-spooial
officer, who is now a regular operator
at a substation up town. Whilo acting
as "sub" in a West Philadelphia dis?
trict ho received a call from tho cen?
tral, which ho promptly wroto on his
slato as ho rocoived it. At tho closo of
tho messago ho found that it read:
"Send wagon to Phil. Ahosp. and learn
condition of Hon. Coop." Ho was com?
pletely stalled. Ho could not imagiuo
who Phil. Ahosp was, nor where ho was
to bo found, nor what particular hen
??coop tho central was interested in. Ho
felt that thcro was a mistako somc
whero, but was satisfied that it must be
at the other end of tho wire. As tho
hour was near rclioving timo, ho decid?
ed to wait and consult his relief beforo
sending tho wagon on a wild gooso
chaso or asking tho central to repeat.
On tho arrival of- his rcliof ho was in?
formed that tho operator who had sent
tho messago generally abbreviated his
messages, and probably tho ono received
would read: "Send wagon to Philadel?
phia hospital and learn condition of
Henry Cooper. " This proved to be tho
proper solution.?Philadelphia Record.
Poor Woodcock?Poor Soul I
Somo years ago a woodcock, tired and
weary with his long journey, fell ex?
hausted down from midair right into
tho middlo of London. Nearly all birds
migimto at night, so it was dark, as,
half stunned, ho found himself lying in
Albcmarlo street. A woodcock's first im?
pulse is always to hide himself, to steal
under something, to crouch down. In
naturo wild ho would chooso somo
bracken or somo low shrub. Holly ho
particularly loves, and there ho would
nestlo down and dozo tho hours away,
but here, poor bird, in rural Piccadilly,
ho could lind nono of those, and so ho
finally nestled up to a lamppost, and,
stunned and stupefied, ho foil asleop
and was so found by tho early milkman
on tho next day.?Critic
Peter tho Great.
Peter tno Great of Russia had tho
typical faco of a Russian peasant. A
short, thick nose, with largo nostrils,
heavy brows, full, sonsual lips, wido
mouth and high cheok bones were among
his most prominent fentures. His head
was almost round and showed by its
width at tho oars that combativouoss of
disposition that was ono of tho leading
points in his character.
Stopheu A. Douglas had a magnificent
bass voico that would havo mado his
fortune on tho opera stage. The manner
in which ho hollowed forth "Follow
citizens I" at tho beginning of a speech
was never equalod by any publiospoaker.
Boacousfield's faco was a puzzle even
to his intimates. It was impossible, by
watching it, to gain any insight into
his toolings or omotioua
THE ENTIRE STOCK
No. 34 SALEM AVENUE,
Silks, Us, Millinery and Holiday Goods,
WILL BE SOLD
AT AND BELOW COST.
BELOW ARE ENUMERATED A FEW BARGAINS:
Splendid Corsets, 39 cents, worth G5 cents.
Good Knitted Skirts, 19 cents, worth 50 cents.
Ladies' Vests, all sizes, 19 cents, worth 35 cents.
Children's Wool Hose, 7 cents, worth 15 cents.
Elegant Quality 10-4 blankets, $1.25, worth $2.00.
Med Comforts, 25 cents, 45 cents, C9 cents, worth double.
All Wool Black Serge, 44-inch, 35 cents, worth 50 cents.
Beautiful Derby Curtains, all colors, $2.50 pair, worth $3.75.
Lace Curtains, $1, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.50, worth double.
Children's and Babies' Coata and Caps, cheaper than elsewhere.
Solid Brass and Onyx Tables, $3.50. worth $0.50.
Beautifully Decorated China Cups and Saucers, 19c, worth 35c.
Hand some Japanese Vuses, $1.50 pair, worth $3.00.
K^T* Ladies' and Misses' Coats, Capes and Millin?
ery in great variety and at prices astonishingly low ;
in fact, the entire stock is being sold at and below cost.
Trustee for Enock Brothers.
Holiday Excursion to Washington, JD C.
The B. & O. Railroad Company will
Inaugurate a aerloH of monthly excur?
sions to the National Capital from Pitts?
burgh, Wheeling, Parkersburg, Lexing?
ton, Hagerstown and immediate points
along ita lines as far Eist as Washing?
ton Junction, affording an excellent op
por unity for a mid-winter jaunt to the
National Capital. The Qrso excursion
of the Berieft is announced for Tbursday,
December 26 Thoratea are remarkably
low and the time limit am'ple enough to
allow visitors an opportunity to visit all
the public building i and institutions in
Washington and make Bide trips to
points of interest in near vicinity.
We give below a l'st of stations show?
ing the time of trains and ratea of fare.
Leave a. m.
Lexington. 6 00
Kast Lexington. 0 08
Timber ltldge. 6 89
Decitnr. ? 30
Falrfleld. (i 43
Corresponding low rates from other
Tickets will be good ten days.
For guide to points of interest in
Washington, address nearest B. & O.
agenc. _ d 26
If you would have the largest stock
to select from and wish to purcuaaeat
the lowest possible prices bo sure and
oill at The E. H. (Stewart Furniture
Company for all articles in the furni?
ture and carpet line.
is a worse fix than "appetite^
but no food." Can you
eat a meal with relish, or.
can't you ? If you can't
your stomach probably |
needs looking after, and this'
is the way to look after it:
Take a tablespoonful of
in a little water, three times,
a day for a week and you'll
be surprised how well you'll I
feel, and how hungry you'll'
be, and ? but isn't this(
Brown's Iron Bitters is a medi?
cine for all ages?children like it,
and old persons nearly always need
It is pleasant to take and will (
not stain the teeth nor cause con?
stipation. See the crossed red
linea on the wrapper.
BROWN CHEMICAL CO.,
M Baltimore, Md.
CURES ALL SKIN
Physicians endorse P. P. P. as a eplendrd com?
bination, and proscribe it with great satisfaction
for the cures ot all forms and stauen of Primary,
Secondary and Tertiary Syphilis, ^Syphilitic
P. P. P.
IthcntnatlBm, Scrofulous Ulcers and Sores,
Glandul?r swelling*, lihenmntlsin, Mnlnrla, Old
Chronic Ulcers that have resisted all tteatment,
Catarrh. Skin Diseases, Bc/.ema, Chronic Female
Complaints, Mercurial Poison, Tetter, Scald
Ucho. etc, etc.
P. P. P. is a powerful tonic, and an oxcollent
P. P. P.
appct'fccr, hnlldlng np the system rapidly.
Ladles whoso systems uro poisoned and whose
blood la in an impure condition, doe to menstrual
P. P. P.
irregularities, are peculiarly benefited by the
wonderful tonic and blood cleanrlng properties
otP. P. P., Prickly Ash, Poke Hoot and Potassium
P. P. P.
LIPPM?H BROS,, Proprietors,
DruRKlste, Llppman's Block, SAVANNAH. GA.
Book on Blood Diseases mailed tree. 10 21
For Sale by n. C. iiaknfs, Drngguist,
Corner Jefferson St. and Ilallroad Avo.,