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KILtuBD ON l'HE RAILROAD.
A ii unknown colored ninn was found
j>> W 1*. Colemnu, a track walker, a
littio past 5 o clock yesterday morning
lyiug mar the track of the Chesapeake
and Ohio railroad about Ml) yards from
the . Orange bridge. The negro was un?
conscious and breathed "his last Iu a few
minutes after he was lound. Ills bead
was lying near the track, but the pres?
ence of a bloody coupling uiq.a few yards
off, caused those who"vlewed the body tc
suspect that there had been foul play,
liloo-.l was spattered on tho surrounding
rocks, and this was taken as an indica?
tion that there had been a struggle.?
Lynchburg New s.
I is for women's diseases and irregu
; larities. It cures everything that is ?
> commonly called a "female trouble." <<
It acts directly upon all the distinctly *t
feminine organs of generation, driv- <(
ing out weakness and importing
* strength; stopping unnatural drains, *
i, and regulating the monthly flow
i in every instance. It makes' sickly
[>t and weakly women strong and well JS
again. $1 n bottle at drug stores. I
Send for a freo book about it.
ELY'S CttEAM DAT-iM Is a itosltlvocnro.
Apply into the ie>.-iri:?. It Is quickly alMorhcn. CO
cents fit Dmu?lBte or by tnnil; samples 10c. by mull.
?LY BROTI1ERS, 60 Wnirun St.. Now York City.
One Gent a Word Each Insertion.
mi \ km Kits WANTEII.
BOARDERS WANTED?A young
lady boarder to occupy large room with
another young lady ?a teacher in the
public school-. Reference exchanged.
Terms moderate. Call or address 34(1
Campbell street. 8 20 Sw
KOK RENT?Pour larce, nice r'KMiu
all on one Moor, unfurnished. Water on
tloor. Call at ?"><>? Seventh avenue s. w.
'.I 7 1 a
FOR SALE?Bay mare, live years o'd.
excellent condition. A bargain. Apply
218 Harrison avenue n. e. !? 8 if
FOR SALE.?A scholarship In the Na?
tional Business College of Koanoke. Ap?
ply at The Times oflice.
PKMALE HELP WAN t Et?.
WANTRD ? Woman to cook and do
general house work for small family;
must be well recommended and willing
to work. Enquire at No. 445 Holiday
street s. w. ? 8 29 tf
ESTRAY?A red cow has taken up
with my cow at 10H5 Norfolk avenue s. e.
Owner can get same by proving property
and paying for this advertisement.
7 ay tf
SALESMEN WANTED.?Our line of
advertising therinonine.tor novelties for
1897-1898 is now ready. We pay [liberal
commission to competent salesmen. Send
10 cents in stamps for catalogue, sample
TAYLOR DUOS. CO., Rochester, N. Y.
0.12 S 2t
WANTED. ?We wish to engage agents
to sell house furnishing goods, and
GATELY & FITZGERALD,
Philadelphia, Pa , and Box 401, Roanokfl.
8 18 tf
WANTED?Salesman to seil special bar?
gains in blankets in tne Valley of Vir?
ginia by sample. For particulars as to
agencies address STANDARD INSTALL?
MENT CO., 212 South Jefferson street.
NOTICE OF MEETING.
NORFOLK AND WESTERN RAIL
WAY COMPANY?Thf annual meeting
of the stockholders of the Norfolk and
Western Railway Company will be. held
at tho principle office of ,the Company in
the citv of Rcanoko. Virginia, on
THURSDAY. THE 14TH DAY OF
OCTOBER. 1807, at ,12 o'clock noon, for
the consideration of the 'annual report,
tho election of directors, and the transac?
tion of such ether business as may prop?
erly come before tho meeting for action,
including tho election of independent
auditors to audit hooks and accounts of
the company at tho close of the fiscal
year. The stock transfer books will be
closed at the close of business on Satur?
day, September 2?th, 1807. and reopened
at 10 o'clock a. m . Monday, October
A. J. HEMPHILL,
Roanoke, Va., September 1, 1807.
"My bov came homo from school 'mo
day with his hand badly lacerated and
bleeding and suffering great pain," says
Mr. E. J. Schall, with Meyer Bros.' Drug
Company, St. Louis, Mo. "I dressed the
wound, and applied Chamberlain's Pain
Balm freely. All pain ceased, and in a
remarkably short time it healed without
leaving a "scar. For wounds, sprains,
swellings and rheumatism I know of no
medicine or prescription equal to it. I
consider it a household uecesslty." Tho
25 and ">0 cent sizes for sale by H. C.
Barnes. "He puts up prescriptions."
How to Attain It"
edlcal Book, written
for Mea Only. Ouo
copy may bo had f roe,
sealed, In plain onvel
opo, on application.
ERIE MEDICAL CO.,
64 Niagara St,
BUFFALO, N. Y.
SOME RANDOM THOUGHTS.
Human Nature Pretty Much the
[Qlt is a commonly received opinion that
it/is a woman's duty to In; as beautiful,
cr as nearly beautiful, as she cau. It is
a man's pr'vilege to bo ugly, but, as
Madame do Stael says, some men carry
this privilege too far.
"I wish I could co to church through
shady avenues and by violet beds," said
a Roanoke woman recently, "1 believe 1
should have a more worshipful mind. It
is trying to have my nainsook dress rub
blng against a potato barrel, while my
steps are heavenward bent."
Isn't it time that some one shou'tl pro?
test tigainst a custom that exists among
art pupils of boarding schools, that of
covering the walls of their homes with
the crude work they have done in the
class-room, Of what avail is the study?
ing of drawing and painting if it does
not cultivate the tastu sufficiently to
make one prefer the cheapest en graving
of a great picture to one's own school girt
copy of "A Yard of Kittens!'' Some of
these efforts remind one of what Carlylo I
said about "Sordello." He lead it, but
?vrts not able to tell whether Sordello
was a man, a city, or a castle.
One of the many pathetic things in life |
is the gap between educated children and
uneducated parents. That such separa?
tion exists is oftenet[tbe fault of parents
than of the boys at d girls. Buppose you
are forty or forty five, your daughter of
eighteen comes home with a diploma and
broad A. She loves and respects you,
but you make the mistake,of thrusting
her superiority upon her. You defer to
her judgment, as n [course in mathema?
tics fitted her to pronounce upon practi?
cal matters which only it wide experience
enables one to understand. V'uiely,
Knowledge of life, a cultivated will and
Insight into human nature should count
for much against mere youth and diplo?
mas. Suppose your sou has received a
medal at an ? xeellent college. Do not fall
down atid worship it, as many parents
have done. Thousands of students in this
land of schools recelxe distinctions, and
it does not follow because our son has ob?
tained a[ few honors that he is a genius,
or that he is your superior. A certain
class of parents ridicule the college ve?
neering which seems to them to be a ro
proach to their own lack of polish. This
is as serious an error as the other. With
? he purpose of doing the best you can for
your sous or (laughters,you semi them to
the most thorough school you can lind.
! They come into touch with modern ideas
i und methods and aie ne.cessuii'y inllu
I cuced by such association. if this con
tact results in contempt for all that is
not new, you should exorcise a parent's
privilege to correct, and inform. If not,
you should not throw discredit upon
what has been acquired at your advice
and under your guardianship.
Ronnokers realize that they live amid
beautiful surroundings. At the end of
the most commonplace street in the city
there is a view of a blue mountain, and a
few yaids from the st reet car lines the
prettiest of Virginia landscapes are
spread out In the city itself there a:o
many attractive homes with well-kepi,
lawns, but on eacdi side of some of the
neatest places, untidy vacant lots lower
the average appearance of n whole neigh?
bor he od, so that the general air of thrift,
care, and neatness which one sees in
some other towns, North or South, is
lacking here. A town improvement so
cicty,might do good work.
HarTIarbor owes some of It? beauty to
such a society. HaverhUI, Mass.. is a
cleanly, beautiful town in spite of the
fact that it leads in the. manufacture of
shoes. Though the odor of. leather is
everywhere, there aro no unsightly piles
of refuse in back streets.
The Northern mat, not'only holds 'the
opinion that his back yard should lie as
clean as the fiont door-step, but in ord?r
to prove that he has carried out his
theory, in many cases he has no back
fence, and the boundary "ine between his
grass plot and his neighbor's is invisible.
The Soatherer prefers a high fence and
thinks it is nobody's business what is in?
side of it.
it is of the utmost, importance that a
man should know los family history, for
that is conducive to self-knowledge.
What of your ancestors? Were they up?
right, noble, gifted? Learn as much as
yon can about them, measure th m?by
sane worthy standard, and bear in mind
I the characteristics of your people. Hut
1 remember that when all is said, as land,
I seemingly barren for centuries sometimes
blues richest ores, so there are sometimes
boundless hidden possibilities in what
seems to be ordinary human nature.
For the sake of Roanoke children I
could wish there were more older people
lu re. It is childhood's right to heat what
giiindmother did when she was young.
A home without the constant or frequent
presence of grandparents is a home with?
out, due perspective. There is an added
touch of fineness in the character of a
hoy who rercrences the old, and who
knows his grandfather well enough to sit
upon his fence and be told over and over
auain, ''What General Lee said when I
handed him the dispatches" or "How 1
courted your gtauitniother."
Among the pleasant.est influences In a
certain town about a hundred miles east
of here is the presence of three men who
embody the qualities most admired in
the old. One is a "beloved physician,"
with courtly [manners end a kindly
sal lie, and one a minister genial and
scholarly. The third has the ^ignided
liearlng of a man who has worthily filled
th* highest oflico in the State govern?
ment All thrpc are honored with the
love and admiration of their fello-*- towns?
men. M F. STONE
Besides selling school hooks at lowest
prices, we give a ticket h'ith each 10 cent
purchase. The customer returning us
largest number of tickets boforo January
1 will get that $7.1 Crescent. Bicycle [in
our window. The Crescent wheel is
guurantceil by tbo Roanoke Cvclo Com?
pany. GRAYATT'S FAIR.
No. 9 Salem avenue.
We hnve 'and a very pleasant week?in
fact little bubbles of excitement have
been coming to the surface and bursting
Iu all directions. The effect has beeu far
renehiug aud salutary. Rumors lof all
sorts of things are going the rounds and
wo would not he surprised to hear.of
anything. This is what, we call "some?
thing like it." The annual inllnx of what
someone has been pleased to tall the
"calico brigade" his commenced and
again tho chappies are deserting their ac?
customed haunts and rushing here and
there in frantic endeavor to bo everywhere
at once. Sunday clothes have become
such an overy-day affair 'that the erratic
trouser is being slept upon to savo time.
A lady?wo will call no names?re?
marked that it must bo the "press of cir
cunistances." r?he was doing well early
this morning and the doctors are hope?
ful, it is difficult to tell oil-hand how
many girls there are in a Hock, but judg?
ing from appearances Ilullius and Vir?
ginia Coilego will be well patronized this
Miss Mamie Johnston entertained a
few of her friends at her home du Sev?
enth avenue on Tuesday evening. The
early part of thej oven'ng was spent in
dancing,af ter which a "bundle part y" was
given. This w'ts something new. in Roi
noke at least. The llrst prizes were won
bv Miss Nouie Read and Mr. Pike Meade
Mid'tho boobies by Miss Jennie Hogers
and'Mr. Pritcliard. The giests were
Misses Helen and Evelyn Edmunds, ?>liss
Clarke and Miss Dennis, of Florida,
Misses Janie and Mary Hogers,Miss Read
and .Messrs. Van Rawu, C. W. Williams,
Pritcliard. Lawrence Davis, W. JHippey,
Pike Mendt and Gils Winglield.
Miss Nonio Read gave a small "even?
ing" on Thursday in honor of her guests,
the Misses Edmunds, of Danville. Those
present besides Miss Read and the Misses
Edinttuds were the Misses Hogers, Miss
Mamie Johnston, Miss Mary Johnson,
of Petersburg, and .Messrs.".!. I). John?
ston, Sydney Johnston, Horner, Pike
Meade, C. Williams, W llippey, '.Van
Rawn, Hawkins and V? inglleld. The
Misses Edmunds returned to their homo
iu Danville on Friday.
A party of nine took advantage of the
moonlight on Thursday evening and jour?
neyed to the <on of Mill Mountain, where
they had lunch. The road lo the top is
not as rough for walking as was expect?
ed. The party consisted of Miss Meguire,
of Louisville, Miss Alfriend, of Hich
iiinml, Miss Dorney, Miss Massle, Mrs.
Wellford, and Messrs. Walh-y . Davis.
Wood, W. Peau and Pritchard.
Mrs. John Trout'entertained a small
company of friends on Thursday evening
also. Among them were Miss Pleasants,
Miss Wileox, Miss Maltha Trout and
Messrs. Turner, Rent, Hale and Speden
Every one will be glad to lenrn that
Miss Kent's dancing class has re-opened
for the season of l^'.lT. A&ilo from the
very material benefit to be derived from
it the young people have had so many
pleasant entertainments under the direc?
tion of the school that they are more than
pleased that it will not'.be discontinued.
The seafon was inaugurated with a
german Friday evening which, In spite of
the heat, w,ts fully up to the standard of
former occasions. The german was led
by Warren "iVellford. [Keeley's Orchestra
furnished the very excellent music.
Those present were Miss Shields with
Mr. Hoffman, Miss DeArmond with Mr.
Shields, Miss Kiusey with Mr. Thomas,
Miss Ellis with Mr. 'Hughes, Miss Dar?
nell with Mr. Glass-, Miss Pitzer with
Mr. Parkinson, Miss Cnoke with Mr.
Wood, Miss Patton with Mr. Neale, Miss
Ritter with Mr. London, Miss Hyde with
Mr. Iluse. Miss Lacy with Mr. Wellford,
Miss Lacy with Mr. Jitmieson, Miss Pig
gatt with Mr. Figgatt, Miss Parker with
Mr. Heid, Miss Clarke with Mr. Miller,
Miss Horton with Mr. Moss, Mr*. Wil?
liam Well ford with Mr. Hughes. Mrs.
Darnall, Mrs. Kent and Messrs.
Thomas, Barkstlale, W. Williams,Hooge.
Franklin, llelvestine, Brand, Omahon
tiro, Dickinson, Reed and Figgatt.
At St. John's Church this morning
Miss Florence Leary aud Mrs. W. E.
Hodgson will sing thr duet for soprano
and alto, "Quisest Homo," from Rossini's
"titabat Mater." Miss Leary expects to
leave for Baltimore some time during the
coming week to resume her musical
training un:ler Prof. Carlos Sanchez.
Her voice will be missed from the choir
of St.. John's.
A wild rush was made by somo ladies
the other night to see the fire engine go
hyt?but the excitement .was found to be
a party of serenaders.
Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth will leave for
Philadelphia, where, they will make their
home, on Monday night. Their house has
bee?i taken by Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Robert?
Mrs. Henderson and Mr. and Mrs.
Murphy of Tallahassee,"Fla , are at D'28
Jefferson street. Mrs. Murphy visited in
Roanoke ?ast fall as Miss Jennie Hender?
Misses Nellie and Blanche Rorer havo
returned from Mountain Lake.
Mr. Archer L. Payne is back from a
visit to iron Cate.
M'SS Meade Harwell, of Richmond,
who has been visiting Mrs. Samuel Bev?
erly Cary, is now the guest of the Misses
Kilby on South Jefferson street.
Misses Elgy and Km ma Crook, of
Paris, Tex , who have been spendi.'.g the
summer at Milboro, are vif Ring at tho
home of Capt. R. 11. Wortham on Camp?
Miss Margaret Old, of Norfolk, arrived
yesterday lo visit 'he Misses Rogers.
Mr. Clarence Williams is spending
Sunday with friends at Riverton. Spec?
ulation is rife.
The Cotillion Club will, if possible,
give another german at Hi?-e Ridge.
Cards are out for a euchre pnrty at the
home of Miss Dorney on Wednesday
The Shakespeare Club will commence
its meetings wry soon. In addition to
this "A Current Event Club" will prou
ably be organized for tue study of ques?
tions of the day. This would be most In?
teresting as well as Instructive. It Is said
rimple*. blotched, blackheads, ml, roiudi, oily,
molliy Hkin, Itching, scaly scalp, dry, thin, nnd
falling Imir, und baby blcmlsbcl prevented by
CirricuitA BoAr, tbo most effective ?k In purify.
Ing nnd bcaulif) log ?ocp in tho world, no well ns
purest nnd swectcm for toilet, butli, nnd nursery.
J?.oM throuchnulthc wnrM. roTTCR O. a!tn O. Coup..
Solo l'rop,., Horton, oj-llow la ll*autify the Skln.'Treo
BLOOD HUMORS v^SS&^BAA.
itlso that we will half n golf club,
is room for them all.
Bicyclists are much'illsnppointctl Jthat
while the moonlight evenings are so
pretty for riding the roads should be so
Miss Ethel Xeeley, whose singing at the
organ reeita' given at St. John's Church
last year is remembered with so n'uch
pleasure, is aenin in the city the guest of
I)r. and Mrs. Sorrell. She sang at tbo
church for a few friends last afternoon.
TO Jf?^># #/
A SPANISH DANCER IN 1492;
"/There is one young lady in "1-1'.)2," the
musical extravaganza which comes to
the Academy cn the 10th, who would
make tlic Silver Statue of Ada lteban
wild with envy. She "is the captain of
the Columbian'Guards, and lends tli
march of an army of young and pretty
women. The young lady can out-Trilb/
Trilby as a model,[ami all the Svengalis
in town are certain to be doing the hyp?
notic act through their opera glasses dur?
ing the run of tho spectacle. There is
another feature of the performance, a
Spnnish'ballet, that is almost as certain
to "catch on" with the Svengalis. In
addition It) this there is Stuart, the
"male Patti," who will astonish the la?
dies with his magnificent gowns. Zelmn
Hawlston, the leading burlesque, '? also
an attractive and clever member of this
Breakfast, Co cents; dinner, 23 cents:
supper 25 cents. Meal, tickets) |4. J.
.1. Catognl's restaurant.
44 NAME ON
VOM BAIilE BY
J. J. CATOGNI.
NOTHING SO ADDS TO
EMUY STOCK OF HftPPINE^S
a< a cosy, comfortable, attrac?
Why let your house look din?
gy, when the expenditure
of a few dollars will make
it look like a new place i
We carry a full line of pure
leads and oil. and the justly
celebrated M A S?RY'?
ready mixed paints.
Our Motto?''The best goods
for the least money."
The Hardware Hustlers,
no. (i jefferson street.
Summer Law Lectures
UNIVKItsiTY OK VIlltilNlA.
July I Co Aug. VI. I8OT Course Inrluilt s M lectures bj
Mr J nit Ice llitrlito, oft! S. supreme Court, t'oi
.?uUilugue. uJilrt-ks IL C. MINOR, .srcrrtnrv
Pebbles or No Pebbles
Beach or no beach, without the little or big
pebbles, we will sell you Aetna Lithia Water
and deliver it for 10 cents a gallon, and guar?
antee relief in the following cases or refund
the money: Dyspepsia, Kidney, Liver and
Stomach Troubles, Uric Acid in Blood, Rheu?
matism and Menstrual Irregularities in any
form. CATOGNI BROS.
.\ TRAVELERS ABROAD AND REMITTERS AT HOME ,\
ARE MINISTERING TO THEIR OWN COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE
WHEN THEY BUY
CHEQUE BANK CHEQUES.
These have been issued for over twenty-three years by
THE CHEQUE BANK, LIMITED, GF LONDON.
(CAP IT A L, $'2, !5( SO, ()0i t? t'?OO.OOO.)
They akk issued bixqly or it? hooks. They auk drawn in amounts of ?1
up. Til k own Kit draws and bio ss His own cheques. he USK9 them is
? shops, hotels, railroads, steamships, as well as with danes and a6ent8.
J They auk available in every country in the would. They save him
, time and money and annoyanck. send for circular which tells all
? audi t it. rkmit to the old country with these checks.
* JUN1US B. FlSHBURNE, aoknt, Exchange Building, Roanoke, Va. J
With a larger number of teachers than ever before, this school now takes a
high rank among the educational institutions of the dtate.,beoause it has been
MARKEDLY SUCCESSFUL in the training of boys, throwing around them
influences that will inspire to better and more useful lives and act as incentives to
continued progress and a successful career.
Our boys are taught how to study and their minds are cultivated so that they
may be prepared for any useful life the future may open for them.
Parents cannot afford to neglect the opportunity Alleghany offers for the best
educational advantages. For Catalogue Address
SIDNEY SPEIDEN HANDY, Head Master, Roanoke,. Va.
Opens Sept. ?tin..
One of the Leading Schools of the South.
Superior advantages in all departments. A full corps of European ami American
teachers specially prepared for their respective positions. Magnificent moun?
tain scenery. College located in the Valley of Virginia, famed for health. The
Sciences and Ancient Languages taught by an A. B. of Princeton and Harvard
Universities; English by an Honor graduate of Vassar: French and German by
a teacher of European advantages; Instrumental Music by skilled piauists.
Tho Director o( this department is a graduate of one of the leading German Con?
servatories. Instructor of Vocal Music educated in the Boston Conservatory and
thu School" of Italy. Art Department in charge of a lady educated at the Art
League and Schools of Paris. All branches of Art are taught, including
pen and ink drawing, water colors, charcoal, crayon, pastel, tapestry, etc. A
thorough Business Course given when desired. Teacher of this department has
been educated in the Schools of New York. Day patronage solicited.
For catalogue and other information address the President,
MATTIE P. HARRIS, Roanoke, Virginia.
MISS ISLA JENNINGS
WILL OPEN HER
SCHOOL OF ELOCUTION
AND PHYSICAL CULTURE,
For terms apply at her resi?
dence, Mi> < llinrch street.
!l 7 1 w
MISS WHITEHURST'S SCHOOL
FOR GIULS AND SMALL BOYS
Re-Opens September 13, 1897.
For terms, ttc, apply at 5011 Campbell
avenue a \v. 0 2 2w
VOM YOUNG CHILDREN
Will Open September 15, 1897,
at 408 Tenth avenue s \\\
0 a 2w
MRS, F, B, LUDWIG7
a graduate of tbo New England Conser?
vatory of Music,
DESIRES PUPILS IN PIANO-FORTE
To begin Instruction after September
1st. For terms apply to W20 Tenth ave
mi? s. w.
"WHERE DIRT GATHI
GREAT SAVING RESUL
KNGLI3H, CLASSICAL, SI ?TBE
M VT1UAL, PKKPAKATORV, IN
The undersigned, having now no con?
nection with Virgluia College, will open
it School Km- Girls in Roanoke. Number
of pupils limited; early enrollment de?
sirable. TUCKS. D. DAVIDSON.
MRS. NELLIE LORETTO BRQPHY,
Teacher of Art of Piano Playing,
is authorized by a certificate from Dr.
WIUh'iu Mnson, of New York, to in?
struct in his method?Mason's TOUCH
TllKOltY taught without extra charge.
Classes open September 6tb. Pupils
desIrina insttuetion will please make ap?
plication at an early date.
MRS, GiLMER'S SCHOOL
Twelfth Annual Sr.tnlnu Upeni
WEDNESDAY, Sept. 8, 1897.
At 10(( Sevuuth uveuue a w.
Musical Department in charge of Miss
For terms, etc., apply to
MKS. p. i.. Gu.M.ER,
corner Henry St. and Seventh Ave. s. w.
William and Maiy College,
Board from $1'2.00 to $15.00 per month;
tuition fee for.half sesston,$17.?0; medical
lee, #>; contingent fee, $11. Students will?
ing to teach two years in the publlu
schools pay only medical and contingent
fee, and are charged -f 10 a month for
board, fuel, lights and washing. Full col?
lege course, next session, begins October
7th, ist>7. Send for catalogue.
I.YON O. TAYLOR, M. A., LL. D.,
7 18 sun 3m Principal.
ZRS, WASTE RULES.
TS FROM THE USE OF