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jBELDING BROS. & Co.,
JAS. S. KIRK & CO.,
Mcsh. Ja?. S. Kirk & Co.,
_ CMcauo, Ills.
Wo havo given your "WhitoCloud" soap a thorough
test In washing ploces of linen embroidered witli our
Now Process" Wash Embroidery Silks und lind it
entirely satisfactory. Wo tako ploasuro in recom?
mending it us a superior article for laundering lino
(Signed) Bemhxci Phos. & Co.
Refering to the above, we deem it important to state
'that this letter was entirely unsolicited by us. White Cloud
Soap now has the highest authority as its endorser as being
jsuperior for fine laundry work. For' the bath and toilet it
also ranks first as a pure white floating soap.
JAS. S. KIRK & CO.,
Established 1839. Chicago.
Largest soap manufacturers in the world.
We hnvo demonstrated,experts admit, mid every one is
convinced I hut (icmiiitc White Topaz cannot lie detected from
real diamond.*. White Topaz is tliu stou? you have read ho
much about. The one that lias tooled tin - |ui wnbroUcrH. l'iacc
tlieiu rsidu l>y side with genuine diamonds and no one ran tell
the illlVerciice. Wo have Hold thousands of these stones lit
from oiiu to ten dollars, hut iu order to Introduce them quick?
ly as well us to Un<l out the advertising medium heut suited,
to our business, we miiku this
Wo will send you a beautiful, brilliant,
genuine White*] opaz,which can bo mount?
ed iu a ring, scurf or uocktlo pin, stud, cult
hat tons, locket or pair earrings, like any
article iu this holder on receipt of.
These stones are exactly tho same as
those wo have tuivertlsed at one dollar.
This Offer for a Fow Days Only
Cut out this advertisement and send it
-'>s together with 25c. In coin or stamps and wo win send you a
Wo,. Tojku! by return mall; a stone that you can bo justly proud ol
ami oui- |Hisltlvoly cannot he detected" from a real diamond. In
ordering, !i 'ire and slate whether small, medium or large stone Is
desired, koun. " filled unless accompanied by this advertisement.
GENUINE WHITE TOPAZ
hears no relation to other son., '"d imitation diamonds no matt
under what name they are advon.. a. They are the hardest olseinl
jirc ions stones, impossible to dctci ''?oni real diamonds ana war
ranted to retain their brilliancy. Ah hers pale to inslguillcauci
wlicn compared with White Topaz.
We warrant ouch niol every
Topaz retain it* .brilliancy ami
the mountings to give perfect
Wo win glveynu OnoThoiunnil
llullnni! V'UM'iii show 11 nit WO
have ever ih.I to replace a
White Tons* lhat was returned
DIAMOND* DUPLICATED IN .
WHITt TOPAZ. >
lioyalty ami the four hundred C
iviio own celebrated anil costly I
Jkunnnda pel in necklaces, tiaras
lirooches. hrni-clets uml Klrillcs
keep Oiem In burglarprool vnnlts
while thay wear In public the exact
duplicates In While Tnrmz ami
mi one ever detects the ihfli-ri-nrc. 1
white tqpa1 are 0000 enouqh for royalty; arc they o00d en0uoh for you
THE OPPORTUNITY nnn? Mjec
OF A LIFETIME. UBn ? ?????? 01..
Send us Twontv-llvo Cents In coin or stamps and you win
be delighted with the White Topaz that you receive.
MONEY REFUNDED IF COODS ARE NOT SATISFACTORY.
THE DIAffiOIUIB PALACE.
AMERICAN EXPRESS BUILDING, CHICAGO, ILLS.
I A SAMPLE DIGAMIST.
David H. Hates Is n Typ or tSio r.Sueli ]i?r
I The niticli HKirriori man is always a
Itudy?mit (hu sim|'?? hl^amlsl with u
Idfo in Vermont and nuosher in Texas,
ant the mini who persuades anywhere
pom six in !i Fcnrc of women to marry
?iiii. How does Uo do \it There is never
Lnything attractive In hin appearance or
Iimmer. Usually he is fully as repulsive
8 ?lieh n vil.'ain'hoiild hr. Yoi his his
jury shows thill \ic can find a wlfo in a
keck in iilniosl uny community, and not
ill of I ho victimn uro und? rv. I tied.
F A typical casts is I hut of David B. Bates,
jiow under arrest in Chicago. Half n
lozen of his wlve.i linvo already h?:en
iiund. Doubtless thero arc others. Bates
Ii n (lull, uninteresting, homely, thin
ticcd, angular specimen c;f humanity of
[he common place type. He Kays he is p?r
iculnrly fund of hlonds, although ho has
id objection to brunettes. All his wives
} Tho best explanation of the success of
jiich men is that, bel?g thoroughly dis
DAVID E. BATES,
lernest at heart, they can lie without tho
just qualm of conscience. A decent man
trays himself In a lie because he is
ibainctl of it. These follows are not
ihaineil of anything, and feminine intui
[on fulld to pierce their unblushing ef
?ontory. They find out what kind of a
lusbantl a woman wants and then repro
int thoiuscUea to be just that kind, with a
kill born of experiouco and fortified by
jj Msrry Each Other Every Tear.
I When G. C. Hopkins married his wlfo
$1 Chicago live years ago, it was agreed by
po two thai the marriage should hist for
fee year only. At the end of the year, nc
jbrdlna to tho agreement, their marriage
fas void, but they had got along so wi ll
Bgothor that thoy resolved to ho married
L?uln fur IS months. A second ceremony
Eiis per (or mod, and lif;' went, on smoothljr
pr'nnothcr year. Since then Mr. ami Mrs
nopktns hiivC married each year'on tho
anniversary ?i( their marriage Thoecro
mouy has been performed five times, each
time it being understood between tho con?
tracting panics that the promises inaiio
wore binding for one year only. The min?
isters or nutgistrhtos who iierformcd the
various ceremonies were not let Into the
secret. Tin y were simply asked to oflioiatu
in ihu marriage riles.
nisoatws of ntinorau
As to whether thero are any diseases
peculiar to the miners' culling thero is
evidence that, with one, or pcrhnpstwo,
exceptions, there uro uono such. Theso
exceptions uro an uffection of tho eye,
termed "uystugmus," and. in a lesser
degree, that disease of tho respiratory
organs which usually goes by the nauio
of miners' asthma. Nystagmus, al?
though not a prevalent affection, is one
with well marked symptoms directly
traceable to the posture of tho collier
while at work.
The symptoms uro oscillation with
more or less of u rolling motion of tho
eyeballs, giddiness, with headache, and
tlio appearance of objects moving in a
circle, or lights dancing before the eyes.
In severe cases the person affected
may stnuiblo and bo so much incon?
venienced as to be obliged to stop work.
Dr. Simeon Sucll of Sheffield* has .given
this disease special attention for about
2'.) years and lias published the results
of his investigations, which show be?
yond nil reasonable doubt that nystag?
mus is confined almost entirely to these
underground workmen who are engaged
in holing or undercutting the coal, and
is due to tho miners' habit of looking
upward above the horizontal lino of
vision, and more or less obliquely while
al work lying on bis side. It has been
observed also in (irenieunud others who
i have occasii it frequently to examine
I the roof, turning the eyes obliquely
while doing so. Any other occupation
i in which the person may habitually
turn the cyesnpward and sideways will
I induce nystagmus.?Coal Trade Jour
i mil. *_
Mut<loc'1''Vu t'p a Tree.
Billing und cooing among the Fijions
i is a curious fcutnto in their social ons
I torn?. It is decidedly against the rule
I to do any courting within doors. Tho
gardens or plantations are the snots' held
sacred to Cupid, and tho generally ap?
proved trysting placo of lovers is high
up among tho branches of a breadfruit
I tn o.
I You may often walk around n plnnta
I tion on n moonlight night and see
[ couples perched 40 feet from the ground
in tho breadfruit trees, one on each side
of tho trunk, a position which conn s
I fairly wtfthin I ho limiJs of a Fijian
j maiden's ideas of modesty.
Or? STOWAWAY. ~
Wo had barely got out of tho harbor'
nnd I turned to go below when I heard
a scuffle uud angry voices.
"Ab, tho old story!" I muttered to
niysolf. "I thought this time wo had
escaped," for I quickly perceived tho
mnu tho mate was dragging toward mo
did not belong to tho crow, but bud
hiddun himself away in tbo hold to
steal u rido to the port whither we wero
Ho was n slight, delicate littlo fel?
low, with a face as white ub uabes and
trembling like u woman. .1 felt sorry
for him in spite of myself, although I
growled out tho query, I fear, with au
"What made you bide in my ship? I've
n good mind to throw you overboard."
Ho opened his mouth to answer, but
no words came, when, to my surprise.
Archer, the new man, stepped forward
and, touching his bat, respectfully said:
"I know him, sir. He wanted a pas?
sage to America und bad no money.
You'll And him u good worker, sir."
I sworo a little at them both, but tho
mischief wus done, and tlx rn was no
help for it, uud telling tho mate to put
him to work I continued my interrupted
course to my cabin.
I hud no causa to complain of him us
tho. days slipped into weeks. What work
ho bad to do ho did faithfully und well,
if it wus using n broom or climbing tho
After a time, t-cciug his willingness,
I bad most of bis duties transferred to
the cabin, where they wero lighter nnd
subject to loss, exposure. He seemed
bound to Archer by strange ties of grat?
itude and appeared to think be bad iu
Burcd uiy leniency.
The third week out we bud a storm
which tried our faithful ship to tbo ut?
most. Yet no man failed at bis duty.
His cheek might, blanch, but his hand
did UOt tremble.
Out of our peril uninjured nnd with?
out the loss of u singlo life, we had just
bad prayers und thanksgiving, in which
all, from captain to cabin boy, bad
joined most heartily, and bad scattered
again to our different posts, when I no?
ticed Archer and Williams standing to?
gether, the hitter's hand resting almost
caressingly upon Archer's shoulder.
Just thin au ordercaiuo for some one
to go aloft and stow the fore royal, as it
was darkening to windward and looked
as though wo might have a light squall.
Archer sprang forward to obey the
command, but. somehow Williams got
ahead of him. lie was so very light
nnd bad grown so accustomed to tbo
rigging that ho was like a squirrel.
Higher and higher ho went, my eyes
following him with n strange fascina?
tion for one accustomed to suck sights,
until ho reached the yard, laid himself
out upon it, seized hold of tho canvas
?when something came whirling
through the air, something struck with
a dull thud tho deck nt our feet and tho
yardurm was empty.
Archer was tho first man to reach
him, the first to look into tbo still,
white face, on which death seemed al?
ready to have set his seal. Then a groan
burst from his lips of such mortal agony
as 1 never before had beard, and ho fell
forward in unconsciousness by the hoy'?
Williams was a woman?a woman
who, for lovo of a man, bad done this
tiling. Poor, suffering child! Hud she
atoned with her life'/ There was littlo
bopo, tho doctor said, but such n pity
bud risen i;i both our hearts that wo
would liot despair, and at hist the dark
brown eyes slowly opened, looking
armmd as though seeking some one not
"It is Archer," I whispered, and, go?
ing forward, found ho hud recovered
from his SWOOU und was as one frantic;.
I bade him follow mo.
?'You know all, captain?" he ques?
tioned. "She is my wife. Poor littlo
girl! Sin? ran away with me and would
follow me everywhere. Will she live?"
"There in little hope," I answered.
"We will do for her what wo can."
Then wo entered tbo cabin, and such
a look of rapture as crept into her eyes
ns they rostcd on Archer's face I have
never seen before and expect never to
sen again. Then we wont out and left
Fifteen minutes later I entered the
room. Ho was kncoliug at her side, his
fncn buried in tho pillow, whilo one
hand rested caressingly on her head.
Touching him on the shoulder, I mo?
tioned him out. A painful and a dan?
gerous operation had to be performed,
which, if she survived, would permit
hope of recovery.
I kopt tho poor fellow with mo dur?
ing that time, and bo told me the whole
"She loved mo, captain, but her par?
ents looked down on me and would not,
let us meet. It w;ks wrong, 1 know, but
she w;w so young, and sho said sho
could not give mo up, and 1?ah, now
I know what the world will bo to mo
without her. But wo were married. I
have the certificate in my trunk.
"I left her all comfortable in a little
room I had hired for her and shipped
with you. 1 had to do something, sir,
Olid nothing else offered: She, poor
child, was so lonely, so desolate, that
the thought of tbo weeks sho would
spend alone maddened her.
"She followed me in disguise, as yon
know, and I?I bad not the heart to
blamo her, since she did it for my sake.
I hnvo protected her from harm, from
injury, until now, when"?
A groan finished his sentence, when
the door softly opened and the surgeon
"It is hi tter than I hoped for. Sho
may live."?Polks at Home.
Tho Other Kxtremo.
The publisher of Bent ley's M iscellnny
was telling Douglas .lorrold of the
doubt - ho had about tho name of the
magazine, "i hud thought once,'- said
the publisher, "of eulliug it The Wits'
Miscellany." "Well," n joined Jcrrold,
"yon needn't have gone to the other
Going to Klondike?
Better stay at home and get
from your grocer. Sold every?
MADP. ONLY BY
THE IN. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY,
ChlcuKO.St. Louis. Now York. Boston, Philadelphia.
Suppose, my dear, that you were-1,
And by your side your sweetheart rat?.
Suppose you noticed l>y ami by
The distance 'twixt you w-tm too groat.
Kow toll me, dear, what would you do?
I know, and so do you I
And then, bo comfortably placed.
Suppose yon Duly Brow aware
That that dear, dainty little waist
Of hers looked very lonely there.
Pray tell me, sooUl, what would you do?
I know, and so do you I
Then, having done what I just did.
With not it frown t<> check or chill,
Suppose her ml hps sei ned to bid
Defiance to year lordly will?
Oil, tell lac, sweet, what would you do?
1 kPOW, and BO do you!
A TOOTHBRUSH FOR KOKO.
Costly Toilet Articles Purchased by Kicli
Girl? For Their Pet llogo.
A score or more of dainty toilet arti?
cles, gold mounted and jeweled, were
scattered over the glass counter, and
tho obliging clerk in tho fashionable
shop was vainly endeavoring to satisfy
tho whims of a daughter of wealth,
who hfcd every appearance, of having
been spoiled by overindulgence. She had
a costly toothbrush in her hand and
was poking the other articles with it
in a dissatisfied way. "This is not
small enough," sho said, "and tho hair
is not fino enough."
"It is our very best grade of goods,"
suggested tho olerk half apologetically.
"Then you ought to got something
letter. Yes, really, you ought," ex?
claimed the willful customer. "I can't
take such a clumsy toothbrush as that
homo to my Koko. "
"Ah!" murmured tho clerk, with a
scarcely perceptiblo air of impatience.
"Thou you want a toothbrush for your
"Yos, of course I do, and I want
something very soft and very dainty,"
replied tho young woman. And, after a
pause, she atlded, with nil affectionate
purr, "Thero isn't anything too nice
tor my Koko."
"Certainly not," responded tho clerk,
with a cordial smile. "Hero aro some
brushes of rare quality. I had over?
looked them. Here is one with hair as
soft as silk and n bandle of solid gold."
Tho girl fondled tho expensive triuket
for n moment, and, without asking tho
price, said, "That will do. Havcrit sent
with tho other tilings, please." When
this spoiled maiden's father gets a bill
from tho fashionable jeweler, ho will
doubtless bo moved to emotion by tho
entry,"Onotoothbrush fordog, $22.0(1. "
It is no uncommon thing for shop?
keepers in New York to bo called upon
to supply toilet articles for dogs, mon?
keys, birds und other dornt.-lie pets.
Some stores maintain special lines of
combs and brushes for pet dog--, and as
n special concession to the enthusiasm
of tho fair owners of these pets tho
prices of dog combs ami brushes arc
kept aristocratically high.?New York
The Dlaekcuartls ,,f Malaga.
Hi nidi s my man Mohammed thero
were several other Arab passengers
aboard, and tho appearance of those, as
they leaned over tho bulwarks of tho
steamer, was the signal for a shout of
derisive laughter, curses and stono
throwing on tho part of tho crowd of ill
fed nud ill conditioned boys who throng?
ed tb" quay. For downright black?
guardism nothing can bent tho typo of
tho youth of Malaga, whose expression,
like their morals, is of us debased a typo
as could well bo imagined. Howls of
filthy language greeted tho appearance
of the Moors, who, had they disem?
barked, wonld have run a gn at risk of
being torn to pieces, so great is tho an?
tipathy of the Spaniards to their former
conqm ror3. The captain of the steamer
appealed to the police, but tho two rep?
resentatives of this noble body wem
busily employed in stealing tigs from
the cargo aud paid little or no attention
to tho fact that au infuriated crowd of
the \v< rsl characters of Malaga?that is
to say, tho worst in tho world?were
pelting the steamer with stones ami
mud. Affairs, however, reached a cli?
max when cue of tho Moors, who spoke
Spanish, asked after the health of Gen?
eral Margallo, the general who had boon
killed before Molilla, ami then the cap?
tain was obliged to order tin in below,
though thu ill conditioned crowd hooted
und jeered until at sunset the stonmer
left.? Harris'"Fnua Bntnui to Bag?
To Tnl:e a Man's Measure.
Tailors can take a customer's measure
very quickly by a do vice which has
three graduated brackets sliding 011 each
other to ht 0U a man's back and arm,
with t..; 1 measures attached to thorn at
tho pro] r positions for taking all the
New Family Physician?And now,
nry dear niudnnj, will you Briefly tell
mo whal you have already douo for your
Madam- -Europe aud North Africa.?
AT A RtDUCED PRICE.
J Ralhor thin carry nrrr 1s!>7 llnmlilcn?, which
) mImII continue-lo manufacture In onlcrto keen*
> mechanic*im-v until *e start >'t> l(mKambier?,
? ?in. k Idle they la?t, mil 1^7 Kambien ?i mm yim
f reduced juice.
> Partner Price, $s<>.
\ ( Singles, $65.00
' pi,;/;,-.-! No. 21 (spcci.il), $75.00
J ( Tandems (all styles), $1 10.00
! GORMULLY & JEFFERY MFG. CO. \
' WASHINGTON, 13. C. (
Hoanoke Cycle Co., Sole Agents.
public salb op valuable
land ?in south side of Hoanoke river, op?
posite the city of Hoanoke?As special
commissioners of the hustings court for
the city of Hoanoke, un?' noting under
a decree of said court in the suit of Lll
cluda ? Howhert's executor vs. E. II
Stewart and others, the undersigned will
offer for sale by public auction on the
20th DAY OF SEPTEMBER, lS'.IT. at 11
o'clock a. in.. In front of the courthouse
of said city, the tract of land formerly
lieloogiug to Lucindn llowhert, deceased,
lying on the south side of Hoanoke river
and adjoining the land of the South Hoa?
noke Land Company and others. This
tract consists of ?I 03-100 acres of land,
less 3-87 acres conveyed to t he Norfolk
and Western Railroad Company as a part
of Its holt line. For a description of said
land by metes and hounds, reference is
made to a deed executed on the 'list of
December, 1800, by the said Lucimbi
Howhctt to E. H. Stewart and others, of
record in the clerk's office of the county
court of Hoanoke county.
RiTERMS OF BALK?One-third of the
purchase money will be required in citsli
and for the residue bonds for e<|tial por?
tions, bearing interest from elate ai d pay
able in one and two years. The title of
the hue' will be retained until all of tie
purchase money Is paid.
S. (JRIFFIN, Commissioner.
The bond required by the decree has
been executed. S.S. BROOKE,
COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF VAL?
UABLE REAL F.S'1'ATK. By virtue of
a decree entertd l>y the carpor'ntioii court
for tin city of Hoanoke. Virginia, on tho
8rd day of August, ls'.?7. In vacation, iu
tho obanrory cause therein pending,
styled New York National Building nnd
Loan Association vs. .l ine Doniildsou et
als. the undersl jtiitl >?<>mmissioii? r named
in said decree will on .MONI)A Y,the 37th
1>.\Y OF SEPTEMBER. at 12
o'clock in., in front ol the courthouse in
said c'tv, proceed to sell to the highest
bidder at'public auction, that certain
parcel of la nil lying in suhl city and de?
scribed as follows:
Beginning at a point oh the west side
of Hoary street I'. ?< feel south of Kirk
avenue, thence with the west line of
Menry .street in a southerly direction 52.5
feet to the middle of an alley, thence iu
a westerly direction with tbe center line
of said alley 120 feet to a point, thence li:
n northerly direction 52.5 feet to a point,
theiico ill an easterly direction 120 feet to
place of beginning.
THOS. W. MILLER,
,lno. E. Peck, anctloncer
I hereby certify that Thos. W. Miller,
commissioner, has" executed the bond
(with approved security) as required by
the above mentioned decree.
S. S. BROOKE. Clerk.
BY VIKTUK OF A DECREE <>F
the corporation court of the fcitV of Hoan?
oke. Va., enteied on the 1st day of July,
1807, iu the chancery suit of JoSiah
Friend's administratrix and als. vs. A.
P. staples, trustee, and <;ls., the under?
signed ii-s special commissioners appoint
ed by said de atc will oiler for sale iu
front of tho courthouse at public auction
to tho highest bidder at 12 o'clock noon
on the IGTII DAY OF SEPTEMBER,
1807. tbe following property situated in
the city of Hoanoke, Va,, to-wit:
First. Beginning at a point Oil tho
southwest corner of Campbell nnd Ran?
dolph streets, theme south 'J degrees 10
mlnuto? west 100 feet to a point, thence
north 87 dcurees 45minutes west lHi feet
t.) ii point, thetn e north 2 degrees l"> min
Utes east bill feet to a point, t hence son I b
87 degrees 45 minutes east 10C feet to tho
place of beginning.
Second. Beginning at a point on the
northwest comer of Campbell and Ran?
dolph streets, thence with Campbell street
north S8 degrees west 100 feel to n point,
thence north 2 degrees east ion feet to a
point, thence south 88 degrees east I HO
feet to Randolph street, thence with Ran?
dolph street S. 2 degrees west 100 feet to
the place of beginning and known as lots
Iii?, 111, 113 lind llfli In waul 5, according
to the map of the Hoanoke Land and Im?
provement Coin pan v.
TERMS OF SALE -CASH.
L. II. COCKE,
M. r. COLEMAN,
I. S. S. Hr?okc,clerk of the corporation
court of Hoanoke citv. Yir-iiea, do hereby
certify that the bond required iu above
case has been executed.
S. S. BROOKE. Cbrk.
ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY
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<S~?em ,c!,r,run'' '"-'tweon Terry bnildlm? and
baiom. Kirct car Sundays at &-30 a m
\ ioton rar ruoe between Terry bulldlne and
\ niton. Suudiye-Flrel car&OOa. ro *
Norwich rar rune between Norwich and Union
Depot mid rounccis with College cur. Sunday*?
?rat car ft?a a.m. Trip? marked "n" wWbo
through to Norwich; ah other trlua before*00
P. in. w mop at Woodruma. ah irlpa alter aoo
p. m. will no thronuh io Norwich
toller cir ruiin between College and Union
Djpot via Mill Mountain and connect*with Nor
Cryutal hprlrj; car rnna between Crystal Snrlnc
? d Union Depot via Mill Mountain. Plret car
budura MO a. ia ; ami beiwaen Cryiui Spring
Kranklin Koad car rinie between Terrv build.
Ing and llliblandnTcnnea. w. J
Kn-t Roanoke car ruua between Terrv hnim
Ing and Lynchhnrg tvenne n. e.
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Schedule in Effect
July l, 18?7.
WESTBOUND LEAVE ROANOKE
?:10a; m (Washington ami Chattanooga
iniltetl) for Bristol, Intermediate sta?
tions and the South and West Vull
man sleepers to N ew Orleans aud Mem?
phis. Connects at Kadford for Blue
Held and Pocnhontas.
4:20 p. n, the Chicago Express for Rad
ford, Blnefleld, t'ocahoutas, Keuova
Clnclnuatl, Indianapolis, St. Louis
Kansas City, Columbus and Chicago!
Pullman Buffet Sleeper Roauoke to
Co an bus. Also for Pulaski, Wythe
ville, liristoi, Knoxville, Chattanooga
and i itermedlnte i>oitits.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT ROANOKE.
From Norfolk 7:50a. m.;4:10 p. m.
From Hngerstown 7:"?() a. m.: 4:03 p. m.
From Winston 1:15 p, m.
From Bristol and the West 1:35 n in ?
U>::t? p. m. 1 ??
NORTH AND KASTBOUND LEAVE
1:50 p m. for Pete
sbtirg, Richmoud and
Philadelphia and New York.
1? H p. in. tor Richmond and Norfolk.
Pullman sleep, ,- Roanoke to Norfolk
and Lynchburg to Richmond,
10:45 p. m. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) f,,r Washington, (lagcrstown
Philadelphia and New- York. Pullman
Bleepers to Washington via. Shenau
doah Junction and Baltimore and Ohio
Durham Division?Leave Lynch hnrg
(Union station^daily, except' Sunday,
4:00 p. m. for South Boston and Dur?
ham and Intermediate "stations.
Winston-Salem Division?I/jave Roanoke
'Union station) 4:80 p. m. and
7:30 a. m. dally, except Sunday (Camp?
bell street Station), for Rocky Mount,
Martinsville, Winstoh-Salem andintei
For all additional Information apply
at ticket office or t<> \V. B. Bevlll, General
Passenger Agent, Roanoke, Va.
Bragg, Traveling Pat