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SON AND BLOOD TAINT.
Ceveral bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S.S.)
"?J entirely cleansed my system of contagious
blood poison of the very worst type.
Wm. S. Loo.mis, Shreveport, La.
HKiJj^j?W CUR FS SCROFULA EVEN
BgEaagS IN ITS WORST FORMS.
T hai> scrofula in 1881, and cleansed my
x system entirely from it by taking seven
bottles of S. S. S. 1 have not had any symp?
toms since. C. W. Wilcox,
Spartanburg, S. C.
I HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF
CASES OF SKIN CANCER.
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for which* 1 feel profoundly grateful.
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anl4d ly WM. II D ELK ER.
J. R. HOCKADAY.
THE RIONEEH
REAL ? STATE AGENT
OF
Roanok'e City, Va.
CAPITAL LETTER.
Autumnal Sights and Sconos in
Washington.
link:?? t?p tlio I.ruves mid Preparing the
Capitol Grounds for Winter?lloti.tlnj;
the Spirro\K fruiu tlie lix
Doutlva Mxnslon.
(Special Correspondence]
That the melancholy days havo come,
tho saddest of tho ycari is manifest, es?
pecially in the grounds surrounding tho
Executive Mansion. Tho sere and yel?
low leaves of autumnal death havo
fallen from their life-limb and trunk
upon the verdant surface of mother
earth, there to slumber and decay, just
as human lifo ebbs into mystery and
thus merges itself into another life
which is termed immortality. Tho
leaves that fall and adorn tho grassy
slopes, mounds and vales about tho
White House aro*shorn of their power
to beautify and decorate. The flat has
gone forth that these; fallen leaves,
which are merely transmigrating from
one chemical body into another and in?
tangible form, must be removed. Every
leaf is painted with the matchless
beauty of tho skillful hand of Divinity.
Every stamen and every tissue is a mar?
vel of picturesque beauty from the won?
derland of nature, not microscopic but
evidentiary, to mortal ken. Neverthe?
less the order has been issued by that
magnificent Malthusian executioner,
the head gardonor, and every leaf must
be swept and raked from its place and
carried away far from the land of its
birth, far from the tomb selected for it
by nature.
Thirteen may hi' an unlucky number,
but. that is the number of workmen em?
ployed to care for the White House
grounds. There are eighty acres to bo
superintended, outside of tho drives and
fool-walks, which sweep in semi-circles
about the White Houso. Then- are
mounds, trees, fountains, drives, hot?
houses, gardens, (lower exhibits and
groves enough to entertain and even bo
wilder the visitors who daily throng
these famous and senti-sacred products.
Ily the way. let me tell you here that
while all tho marble buildings of mod?
ern limes in this city are white, Cue
While House is not naturally white.
It is built of red sandstone, painted
white, and derives its name from the
paint, rather than from the material used
in its construction. This statement is ex?
traneous from my theme, but the fact
just occurs to me, and I tell it hore for
that reason.
Not very far in the past the work" of
removing the debris from the White
House grounds was resultant in a differ?
ent system. Tho leaves were not carried
away to the Potomac's hanks and there
burned, as now: but they wero packed
into the basins of the irreal, fountains in
different parts of tho grounds after tho
water was turnedolf, and over the leaves
wero artistically arranged evergreen
tree;, thus blanketing warmly the ma?
sonry to prcvont it from cracking dur?
ing the winter inclemencies.
In those days tbe n.ost interested
spectators were the tramp dogs of the
District of Columbia who awaited the
completion of the work in order that
they might burrow therein and make
comfortable beds for their hibernations.
At the bottoms of the fountain beds
they made their homes; and during the
?oldest weather that visits this latitude
they were cozy and comfortable. The
former head gardener was merciful, and
he did not. order forth his myrmidons
with hay-fork, stall' and club to drlvo
the canines from their palatial poachers
lodges. All winter long and until the
swallows came again the tramp dogs re?
dded in (heir novel houses, coming
forth with reluctance and lighting for
their homes wild such vigor as man
never displayed in battling for his
Washington hoard lug-house. Thcliltle
yellow dog who became, famous as tho
irrnnd marshal in the inaugural proces?
sion when tinrlicld was escorted to the
Capitol to assume tbe duties of bis high
tilice, was one of the tramps who bad
wintered in the north fountain, opposite
RAKING UP THE I.KA.VKS.
he celebrated Jackson statue in La?
fayette Tark'. The lineal descendants
jf that pioneer in processions escorted.
3rover Cleveland four years later; but.
ilas, during bis incumbency of that
lordly mansion an edict was issued
vliich forever destroyed the winter
lomcs of the leaf-loving dogs. Frances
:-'olsom Cleveland had neither smiles
tor affection for any canine save "Hoc
:or;'' and. because several of the tramps
nallrcatcd that, little beauty and bit
lis sleek sides with their ugly teeth,
iho winde tribe canine was forbidden
.he White Houso grounds.
Tho b an and hungry fellows who en-'
iCrcd between tho iron rails surround?
ing the Executive Mansion but courted
mnishmcnt summary or death relont
ess. Nevertheless, thero is a tradition
>f hotter times among the dogs of this
dcinity, and to-day. while the garden
?rs were raking together the leaves,
ind the negro-driven carls wen- bearing
.bom away. I saw a score or moroof
lomeless wanderers pocking through
.he fences and plaintively wondering
vhether or not there might be a possl
illity of a little bit of a fountain bur
son alloy, Murder bay, or Moody Field,
or, mayhap, in tho classic retreat
euphoniously torno d Swampoodle.
Moro's the pity, the o?iulal dog-catouers
have been watching them with their
drag nets of unerring aim and carrying
some of them away to tho pond, there
to moot their Una) fate til the muzzle of
some human made weapon of explosive
design.
"Wo gets a dollar-and-a-half a day
when we*s well an' able to work," said a
laborer who was raking tho leaves near
the White House portico, north front.
"There's thirteen of in an' we's busy
most o'th' time. Wen any uv us gits
sick we gits our pay right along por
wlded wo gits a doctor's stifticut. It
ain't much pay nohow, an' if a man 'ud
lose bis money w'en 'es sick, it 'ud go
hard wid 'is family. So I says it's a good
Oover'ment anyway if the pay ain't
much. 'Sides, there ain't no politics in
this business. I'm a Democrat an' was
appointed w'en Cleveland was Presi?
dent. It don't make no dilTerenco
'bout that, s'long as I'm able to keep on
duty. My job's safe enough, politics or
no politics."
The gentleman was neither handsome,
cleanly nor elegant of diction, but under
his American hat there was a condensa?
tion of considerable common sense.
From him I learned that not only do
tho dogs love tin; park about the Ex?
ecutive Mansion, but the birds havo
tilled the trees with their nests annual?
ly for many years. Tho little English
sparrows used to build their homes in
the vines which cover the south front of
the Mansion, as well as in thy hollow
cannon balls which adorn the pert
I coo ho re railing. They drove away tho
, robins, and kept up such a chattering
I day and night that they became oh
i noxious to the puissant ruler of this
' mighty Nation, and be ordered forth bis
| battalions against them. Put the F.u
? (.dish sparrow shouted sit- the gardeners
' and laborers, saying: "First catch your
J ISnglish sparrow before you kill him."
Several weeks of warfare went on, un
; til at last the astute Colonel Lamont
j was called into a council of war and lie
I planned successfully for tho defeat, ban
! ishmcnt and extermination of the do
, risivc posts. "Put ladders against, the
! wall, mount to tbe top and sprinkle tho
vines with red pepper," quoth the
J doughty Colonel, aud it was done. In
; tin- morning and in tbe evening tho
vines wen; agitated with long poles,
and tbe English sparrows folded their
tents ami disappeared.
Tho crows which daily traverse this
country from Arlington to tin; Chesa?
peake used to linger in the White
House grounds, some of them, and there
were almost daily skirmishes between
i them and the sparrows. Tho little fel?
lows would surround the crows, and
drive them away by superior numbers
and skillfulness in their aggressive war
fan-. Since the sparrows havo gone,
j strange to say, tho crows have also
deserted 'be grounds. There is a large
ciov, nisi, in the ton of a tree near tin
i ? ?
southwest entrance where the last crow
family was reared from infancy to caw
! caw hood; and that nest is a reminis?
cence of the former tribe of aerial
warriors. Put, let, us return to our
dogs. There is an old Newfoundland
who resides over at tbe White llouso
stables, but was formerly one of tbe
j tramps of the fountains. lie came
during the cold winter preceding this
inauguration of President Hayes. Ho
looked at that time like a veteran of tho
civ il war, and be don't look much older
to-day. When tho fountains wert;
started in tho spring-time, this old fol?
low would go and stay in the water at !
nigh', got perfectly clean, roll himself
sick in the grass, comb bis hair by rub?
bing himself against the flower bushes,
and then come around to the frontdoor,
lie down, and look pretty. Mrs. Hayes
finally noticed him. took an interest, in
his history, and ever afterward he was
we'll fed and protected. Finally be took
up his abode at tho stables with Albert
Hawkins, the colored driver: tbe care?
ful, intelligent driver who handled tho
ribbons for Presidents Grant, Hayes,
(jarfleld, Arthur and Cleveland. Until
ibis day he retains his residence there,
and scorns to notice or associate with
any of the tramp dogs. He is aristocratic
ami affects to -forget that be. was not al?
ways a pampered pet. However, he is
growing old enough to bo ancient now;
and his idiosyncrasies must be over?
looked. Smith 1). l'nv.
Choice til' l;vi h.
Horrified Mother?I just this minute
saw Mr. Nicefello's arm around your
waist. It's perfectly awful.
Popen tan t Daughter?Y?e?s, moth?
er, but it would boa?a good deal more
iw ful to see his arm around some other
nrirl's waist.?N. V. Weekly.
Co-Opcnulvn Itrendwinning.
First Tramp -So you want, me to go
and rime the door-bell while you sithoro
and rest '.*
Second Tramp -Yes, Clarence; you
pros tho button and I do tho rest.?
America.
Particular a a to Color.
Mrs. Van Ditzonburg -I want some
\ jmall blood-oranges for a very select
llnner. The Van Astdrhllts and tho
Uhlnebinderhomes are coming. Oh,
.RATT'S UJT 1LLER
J l or H,-<l KV$l\ PltK>p In i im
??Hit?. Mir?1 KrYjk ItikjvmtW Wurt
dvntb. Contains Hj ^^elRrcoaUly.
Sold by [indwell, Christian >v Barboe,
and all druggists. jylo-tf
Ii s. y r.'l -v. -
Mm i .!'!>? ? Uli-*
111t irrli Why i'?
ymi Kllllor? itswl Ij
uii llilalllbl? cur?.
Sold by Bud well, Christian Barboe.
and all druggists. jylO-tf
KA1L.ROADS.
SHENANDOAll VALLEY BAIL-|
ROAD,
s. F. Tyc.kh, Receiver.
Schedule in effect June '.*. 1890.
.\HIUVK AT ItOAXOKK.
5:00 p. in. Daily?Memphis Express,
from llagerstown and tho
North. Through Pullman
sleeping cars from New
York and Philadelphia tu
Chattanooga and Memphis
via llarrisburg, llagers?
town and Roanoke.
7.40 a.m. Daily?New Orleans Ex?
press from New York. Phil?
adelphia and Baltimore,
making connection through
to the South. Carries
through Pullman palace
buffet sleeping car from |
Philadelphia to Now Or
leans, without change, via
llarrisburg. I ingerstown.
Roanoke, Cleveland, Calora
and I.. A- N. R. R.
I.KAVK ItOAXOKK.
5:45 a. tu. Daily?Baltimore Express
from all points south for
Washington. Bait imore,
llarrisburg, Philadelphia
and New York. Carries
Pullman palace bullet 1
sleeping ?rar from Roanoke
to Philadelphia without
change, via llagerstown
and llarrisburg.
7:20 p. m. Daily - New York and Phil
adclphia Express; from
.Memphis. Chattanooga and
a 11 points sou; h. Eor Phil?
adelphia and New York.
Carries Pullman palace
bullet slceplngoars through
to Philadelphia and New
York via Roanoke, llagers?
town and llarrisburg'.
Ticket agents will furnish all infor?
mation and through schedules upon ap?
plication to
o. I low A BD ROYER.
tf P. & T. Agent. Roanoke, Va.
NORFOLK .V WESTERS RAIL?
ROAD.
Schedule in effect Sept. 3rd, 1800.
WEST BOUND.
I.KAVK ItOAXOKK.
' 10:05 a.m. Daily: arrive Bristol 4:09
p. m. Stops at all stations,
connecting at Had ford with
trains on New River Branch:
arriving at Pociihontas at
'1:3.1 n. in.
5:45 p.m. Daily, arrives Rndford 7:20
p. m.. connecting with New
River Branch at 7:35 p. in..
? for Bluclield and Pocahon
tas: arrives Pocahontas 10:55
p. 111. Arrives Bristol 11:20
p. in., connecting with B.
T. V. A ti. R. R. lor all
points south and west, lias
Pullman Palace Sleeper,
Roanoko to Memphis, with?
out change.
7:55 a.m. Daily, arrive Rndford 9:15
a. m.. connecting with Now
River Branch, leaving Rud
ford 1'.': in p. m. Arrives
Bristol 12:40 p. m.. connects
with E. T. V. A O. R. |{.
for all points south and
west; has Pullman Palace
Sleeper from Rouitokc to
N e w O r 1 e a n s wit h o u t
change.
EAST HOUND.
I.KAVK ItOAXOKK.
5:25 a. in. Daily: for Lynchburg, Pe?
tersburg. Bichmond. (vir.
Petersburg and II. A P. R.
P.. I Norfolk- and interme?
diate points; Connects at
Lynchhiirg with V. M. K.
B. for Washington and tin
East. leaving Lynchburg
7:40 a. m. daily. Arrives
Norfolk 2.00 p. in., connect?
ing with steamer lines to
Baltimore and New York.
10:10 a. in. Daily: arrives Lynchburg
1 I :.V.i a. m.. connect lug W ith
V. M. R. P. for all points
north, arriving' Washing?
ton 7:(i5 p. m.: arrives Pe?
tersburg i:'.'i> p. in.: arrives
Richmond, via B. a P. II.
R., 5:05 p. in.: arrives Nor
folk 7.en p. m.
3:45 p. in. Daily; lor Lynchhiirg and
intermediate; stations; ar?
rives Lynchburg 5:40 p. m.
7:20 p. in. Daily; for Lynchburg and
intermediate stations: ar?
rives Lynchburg 9:20 p. in.
Cripple (reek Extension Leaves
; I'ulaski s:l". a. in. Daily, except Sun
dny, and 3:00 p. m. Daily, arrive Ivan
hoc :<: t.'i a. m.. ami 1:30 p. in.
Clinch Valley Extension (In operation
Aug. .;. to St. Paul, si miles) Leave
Bhn Held 8:10 a. ni., daily: arrive St.
I Paid 12:55 p. m.
I All inquiries as to rates, routes, etc.,
. promptly answered.
W. B. BE VI LL.
Don'l Pass, and Ticket Agent.
( HAS. CJ. EDDY, vice-president,
jaul (Seneral Otllces. Roanoke.
The East Tennessee
Virginia & Georgia
RAILWAY SYSTEM
IS THE ONLY SHORT AND DIRECT
LINE To THE
South, Southwest & West,
The finest Pullman Vestibule sleep?
ing car service in the South Pullman
sleepers without change. L'oaneke to
Knoxvlllo, Chattanooga. Home. Ahnis
ton. Seiina. Montgomery, Mobile and
New Orleans.
Direct connection made at Home and
Chattanooga with through sleepers for
ATLANTA, HACON & JACKSONVILLE
For any further Informnti <n, address
li. A. WARREN
Tr.tv. Pa-^s. Agt., Bristol. Tonil,
C. A. BEN SCOT ER,
Ass. Cen'l Pass. ?fft
Tie Best Business Opportunity yet OH.
The Winston West End Land Company offers for sale
a limited number of its lots in Northwest Winston. The
farthest lot is within six minutes' walk of the best line of
street ears in the South, convenient to schools, churches
and stores, shaded, mountain views. Population in 1SS0,
four thousand (4,000); in 1S90, twelve thousand (12,500).
A million and three-quarters of outside money invested in
Wiuston-Salem in 1S90. Three hundred and twenty-six:
thousand dollars put into factories and home buildings in
1S90 to September. Three railroads building into country
tributary to Winston on three trunk lines.
This is the best time to buy. Maps, prices and terms
given on application to
P. M. WILSON,
Winston, S. C.
Secretary.
C. A. HEATH,
'5 The woll-known JvlTorson Street,
The loading house m Southwest I * I?* H~} t"V.
Virginia for
llus opened a Harber Shop iu Hotel
Koanoke.
Room in basement xiyS-tf
We are now serving tho celebrated
LYNN HAVEN M OYSTERS.
In every style?Fried, Stewed, Broiled,
etc.", und we inako a specialty of
STEAMED OYSTERS.
j. i). M. SAMia:. TOM. 1iAYs1.11>.
McNAMEE & HAYS?P,
HOUSE, SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTERS,
OKAIXKttS AND PAl'KIt IJANQBHS.
Shops. Pad ford. Va. Riuhlands, >'a.,
Itucnu Vista, Va. Headquarters. Roa
noke, Va. Lock box Koanoke, Va.
if
In addition, we have the finest
Pool and Billiard Parlor
? *t C* ,4? PRACTICAL
111 the btate.
- Tinners,
Ladies' and Gents' Dining Plumbers,
Rooms up stairs.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
Chas. J. Ormsby,
Proprietor.
Gas and
Steam Fitters
Heating by Steam, Hot Water or Hot
Air Furnaces.
P.OOKIXCI, OUTTKItlXO, SPOUTING.
?01 JEFFERSON ST.,
TRUSTEE'S SALE.
uo.\ XOKK,
Estimates che
pv
?rfully giv
of work.
VIKOIMA.
on this lino
jctl-utu
irtu.- of a deed of trust dated the
i") 22nd of February, I8INI, made by
Thomas A. Mabry, and recorded in the
clerk's otllce ?? f tho Hustings Conn for
the city of Uoanoke. Va.. in deed book
HO, page P12, In which is conveyed to
the undersigned certain real estate in
tho city of Uoanoke, Virginia, in trust
to secure the North Side Land Company
the sum of $225. with interest, o\ idenced
by certain negotiable notes therein sol
out: and whereas, tiefault having been
made In the payment of a part of said
notes, at the request of the holder of
said notes I shall, as trustee in said
deed, ofTer for sale at public auction
to the highest bidder, on MONDAY,
NOVE.MHER 10, ls-io. at I o'clock p.
in., on the premises, till the prop?
erty conveyed in said deed, to-wit:
A certain Ibl of land In the city of Koan?
oke. Va., beginning on the south side of
Magnolia street. I'XIA feet west of Park
street, fronting 40 feel on Magnolia
street, ami running back between par?
allel l ines 100 feel to an alley, and being
lot No. ii, section 11?, as shown on map
of the North Side Addit ion to the city
of Koanoke. Va. Terms: l ash, as to
the sum of ?100, and the sum of $130 In
equal monthly payments of 810 each,
with interest on each payment from tho
22nd February. ISW), and oho payment j
of SI", with interest from same date,
said payments beginning to fall tine
on November 22, ISlK), and contimt- !
ing monthly thereafter for fourteen
months, add the balance on such terms j
as mav be made known on dav of sale. |
II. s. TROUT, Trustee,
oot P.i-lawkawks
U.L OF VALUAHLB REAL Ks
T?TE IN VINTON. -As Commis?
sioners of Hertford CircuitCourt,\ve will,
on SATURDAY, NOVE.MHER l?, 1800,
on the promises. In Vitium. Va., tif not
sold privately before that ttttlC) sell by
public auction. 1st, The dwelling, house,
c ml lining six rooms* in which tho late
Dr. Edmund W. Sale resided and the Ibl
of about one-fotirth Of an acre there t<
att-'c'e d. V .? I I' 'n o
opposite the dwelling bouse, containing
ball an acre. For terms and particulars
see hand bills.
L. A. SALF. ) ....
J. E. Muicere & Co.,
Manufacturer-, of
TIN AND SHEET-IRON WARE.
And dealers in all kinds of cooking
lind heating stoves. Plumbing and gas
and steamlitting done. Tin rooting a
specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. No.
I in First avenue. Koanoke. Va. nov4-tf
V fl ffT7A?I W. I? Doualaa ?h?r? nr?
v?l>U M\sWn warranted. nn?l every pair
ids name nud price atmnpi'd on bottom.
s
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i
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The excellence nmt wearing qealltlesjof tni<: ?ho?
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mertsef Its thousand* of consiaul wearers.
Srl.OO Oenulne llnnil-sewed, an elegant and
ir* ttyltsh dress Shoo wiiieii commends Itself.
.OO lluiid-?cwcd Wi ll. a llntj calf fcboo
unequalled r..r ?tylo and ?lun?i>ill?y.
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iltect to factory enetoslng MverUaM price, or a
UOotil for order blanks.
W. I.. d'?i i.l.as. Urockton, Mass

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