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A Physicians Advice.
I Buffered for years
from general debility.
Tried other rcrnodies,
and got no relief.
My Physician proscribed S. S. S.
I increased in flesh;
My appetite improved;
I gained strength;
Was made young again;
It is the best medicine I know of.
Majialey Tobpek, Oakland City, Ind
Send for our book on Blood and
Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Ihave toe.i a aufforor
from tumor* aad soros.
l!y employer rocom
ncE?cd co tc try Us
_? I did co, and have bcon
entirely restored. I believo H to to an absolute Eleoi
furifler. Cratltudo prompts tbis testimonial.
AL3EET M?2RA7, Richmond, Va.
|For Lung Troubles.
To: years I have coca
a cutftrer from lurj
FOR HACKING COUGH.
A. B. C. Tonic ? Eitcc'.orau*.
I completely cured me of ncmor- j
laago from tao lungs fellovred by ahaciiaj ecush.
:atr:i jcnircoy. r.ictm?d. va.
Trratisr on Monti and Skin ZMiCMM/ree. Atl'lr, s.<
BRADFIELD FiEGUlATORCD. ATLANTAB
_ *OUJ ?V ALL BBUSBIBTZ.
The reason It ADAM'S MICRO TIE RTL
LEU is the most won?
derful medicine, is be?
cause it lias never
failed in any instance,
no mailer what the
disease, from Leprosy
to tho simplest disease
known to the human
The scientific men
of to-day claim and
prove that every disease is
Caused by Microbes,
Exterminates tho nicrobos and drives
them out ok' the system, and when that
is done yon cannot have an ache or pain.
No matter what the disease, whether a
simple ease of malaria fever or a combi?
nation oli diseases, we cure them all at.
the, same time, tis wo treat all diseases
Asthma, Consumption, ( itar.Y Bron?
chitis Rheumatism, Kidney tui Liver
Disease, Chills and Fever, Female
Troubles, in all its forms, and in fact,
every disease known to tho hiujan ;s
Beware of Fran lulcnt Imitation.'-.
Sco that, < ur Trade Mark (si me as
abovo) appea \s on ?ach jug.
JOHNSON & JOHNSON,
Druggist?, Solo agents 'or. Jefferson
awl First avo. s. w. junl7-ly
FGents: I now
write to let you
know that I have
ibeen using your
'Bitters, and alno
to tell you what
hey have done for nie. I have been
roubled with dyspepsia for year?. I
commenced the use of your Burdock
J?lood Bitters nnd they have brought
me out all right. The use of three
bottles conferred the great benefit,
for which I feel profoundly grateful.
I will never b*? without it.
anl4 (1 ly WM. H BELKER.
J. R. HOCKADAY.
REAL ? STATE AGENT
Roanoke City, Va.
/WFICE: 10S First Hr., s. w., Fi-sc Na
.'Al"^ak Bu! ding oiylMt
A NARROW ESCAPE.
Claimed by an Hysterical Young Wom?t*
?? liar Hun bund.
A woll-known young bank clerk, who
residua not a thousand miles from Wal?
nut and Twenty-socond stroots, had a
fright yosterday that will cost him sov
eral yoars' growth. Ho loft the bank
at tho usual hour and arrivod homo as
tho family woro sitting dowa to dinner.
Just as ho was about to tako his placo
at tho tablo tho door was thrown opon
and a young and handsoiuo woman,
noatly attired and lady-liko in appear?
ance, hurst into tho room and rushing
forward, throw hor armn about tho
young man's nock, crying hysterically.
"My husband! I havo found you at
Tho young man gaspod for breath and
would havo fallen but for tho support
of a convenient chair. His father, mother
and sistor looked on in horror-struck
amaze. For a few moments a chaotic
silonco brooded ovor tho tableau, punctu?
ated only by tho strango young woman's
sobs doop down in tho young man's
waistcoat. Pator familns rapidly ar?
rivod at the conclusion that his son had
either married tho young woman and
dosortod hor, or ouirht to marry right
away, but boforo bo could put his ideas
into sontonces, the young man found
his tongue and pitifully protested that
ho didn't know any thing about it; in?
deed bo didn't. Whereat tho young
woman clung closer and sobbed more
wildly, emphatically announcing tho
while that ho was hor dear luisband, and
sho would not give him up~no, never!
Then sho became furtheroxcited and at?
tempted to remove the young man from
the room bodily, vio et armis.
Hut here parental authority came to
tho rescue and interposed, and after a
short, sharp struggle tho young man
was doliverod from bis tormentor's
arms. They were soparatod by tho
width of the room and explanations de?
manded. At first the young woman de?
clared that tho bank clerk was her own
and only husband. Hut gradually, as
hor eyes cleared of tears sho began to
dotcct certain features not entirely in
consonance with those of her lost bus
band, and she finally confessed that this
was not ho. In explanation of tho
dramatic incident sho stated that hor
husband had been from homo for thron
days, and that while looking for him
down town sho saw tho young man afore?
mentioned, and mistaking him for hor
husband, she had tracked him to his lair
and cast herself upon his bosom without
further ado. She offered profuse apolo?
gies, but positively refused to divulgo
hor identity or any other fact in her
It was a narrow escapo for the young
bank clerk, however, and now whenever
any good looking young female displays
more than tho most casual interest iu
him bo sbys violently.?St. Louis Re?
MAKING FALSE EYES.
An Opt I,?iiin'H Intorratini; Chut Abont a
It is a fact that tho trade in artificial
eyes is considerably on tho increase
Opticians account for it in soveral ways
?tho increased numbor of mechanics
wtio work at trades wlioro thoro is a
constant menace to tho eyes, as stone
!uttors, instrument makers and iron
founders, and the remarkable difference
in price as compared with former years.
Artificial eyes which formerly cost from
550 to SI 00 now cost from $15 to >-i0. v
The Utting of artificnl nyos has also
boon very much perfected?so much so,
in fact, that instead of being the un?
sightly, staring things of yoars ago, tho
properly matched and tilted eye of to
lay is extromely hard of detection.
Mr. M. Zinoman, who has just re?
lumed from a three months' trip to
Europe to look into tho artificial eye in
.lustry there, gavo an interesting ac?
count of the manufacture of that article.
"Thoro is a general impression," said
Mr. ZiuomaH. "that the artificial eye is
i round glass ball, like a marble. It is
not, but an oval-shaped cup, which Iiis
into the socket of the oyo and is held in
place by the upper or iowor lids. You
?an form some idea of the enormous
stock carried and the difficulty oxpori
mcod in proporly matching and Utting
when I toll you that there are probably
no two eyes of exactly the same shape
ind shade in tho world.
"Nearly, if not all. the artificial eyes
ire mffde in tho district of Thuringia,
in Uoriunny, and tho inhabitants of on
tiro villages, men, women and children,
assist in their manufacture. Four men ?
usually sit at a tablo, oach with a gas
Jot in front of him, and tho eyes aro !
blown from glass plates and molded into |
shape by band. Thu colors aro thon
traced in with small needles, no set rule
being observed in tho coloring, and as
every man uses Iiis own fancy no two
artificial eyes, therefore, aro exactly
alike. Tho eyes aro then sorted into
lots, according to color, all the different
shades of blue, gray and black, right
and loft, comprising tho different pack?
ages. In spite of this enormous assort?
ment, wo often moot with peculiar
shades in eyos, for which porfoct mates
must bo spocially manufactured.
"Of courso, it is with artificial oyos as
with artificial teeth and other like aid? to
physical beauty, thoir wear is the direct
resultof vanity; but when it istakoninto
consideration the wondorful improvo
mont a perfoctly fitted and matched oyo
is comparod to tho disfigured and sight
loss member, it will at once bo apparent
how pardonablo thi3 vanity is.
"As regards spectacles and oye-glassos |
in this country ami Europe, there is no !
chance of a comparison. Tho goods
manufactured hero aro jowels compared
with tho product of tho other side,
which look more liko a lot of hardware i
than articles made for comfort and con?
venience."?l'h il ad el phi i Inquiror.
A Klval of Johnston.
Judge (to burglar)?It has boon proven
that you rantlo a burglarious entrance
into a jewelry stom on Rroadway and
torcod tho safo opon. What dofonso
have you to offer?
Hurglar?Ploaso, your honor, I am not
a burglar, I'm a mind-reader. It was a
combination saf;- and I opened it blind?
folded, on a bot.
JudgO? Well, I'll bet you don't open
any more for a good while. Safes aro
safer with suoh men as you in Sing
SCHOOL AND CHURCH.
?Tho aggregate momborship of tho
Baptist churches in tho United States
?It is reported that thoro aro 8,000
Japaneso in this country, of whom '2,000
bavo boon baptizod by missionaries in
thoir own land, or since thoy camo to
tho United Statos.
?According to tho English Congrega?
tional Year Look for lS'.io thoro aro
4,r>s,"> chhrches and mission stations in
England and Wales, an increase for the
year of thirty-thrco.
?There wore 22.700 whito and 13,004
colored children enrolled in the public
schools in tho city of Washington for
the year lss'.l. There was 335 colored
and 458 whito teachers, and tho total
cost of instruction was S1S7,155.
? Prussia's new compulsory law re?
quires each and overy child to attend
tho public schools from the end of his
sixth year to the end of his fourteenth
year, and during the entire school sea?
son. Uncxcused absence is punish.able
by lino or imprisonment.
?Tho Detroit Journal lately startod
a movement to remove tho rubbish
around tho sito of Jacob's Well, ono of I
i tho fow spots in Palestine which with
I out much doubt corresponds to tho ono
mentioned in Scripture, and mako it
i more convenient of access to visitors.
: The mouth of tho woll was found to bo
at the bottom of a cave or crypt which
is in a ruinous condition. All efforts to
repair it, however, have been in vain, as
: the Creek Church of Russia has bought
i the sito and rofuses to allow it to bo !
I touched for any purpose.
? Lev Hiram Goo, of Ithica, X. Y.,
ha* givon 810,000 to Syracuse Univer?
sity for the purposo of endowing an art
fellowship. Tho proceeds aro to bo
used in Bonding to Europe such grndu
; ates of line arts as the faculty may elect
j to the fellowship for two yoars of special
and professional study. Tho conditions i
! on which the fellowship is to bo ac?
cepted re inire that its recipient shall,
during his term of foreign study, make
copies of at least two roprosontativo
paintings, statues, or other works of
art in the loading galleries of Europe,
the same to be tho property of Syracuse
?Rev. W. Mulrhead, of Shanghai,
who recently paid a visit to Japan, re?
ports: "The missionaries aro pursuing
their work with vigor and assiduity.
They have their preaching places, lect?
ure halls, schools, colleges, Uiblo and
tract depots, etc., and aro endeavoring
to spread tho Gospel with might and
main throughout tho country. Thero
aro now some 30,000 con vor Is, and tho
number professedly connected with
Christianity is said to bo about 100,000.
Of course those present all varieties,
i but tho missionaries speak vory highly
j oi thoir native pastors and others, who
seem only too eager to go ahead and got
every thing into their own hands."?
?The clergy of tho Russian church
aro divided into two classes, according
to their means of sustenance. One por?
tion receives their regular salaries; the
other have to work in the fields which
the church apportions to thorn, and to
depend on tho gifts and collections
I from thoir parishioners. Tho latter are
i known as the "whito" clergy. Now tho
j Synod is working out a plan for putting
' the entire clorgy on regular salaries
and abolishing tho system of church
j collections. The sum of 32,841,000
! roubles will bo required annually for
I the salaries of the "while" clergy.
Which will be graded according to their
respective otlices. A special tax will
bo imposed upon tbe "orthodox" toraiso
that sum. _
THE WHALEMAN ABROAD.
Iiis Spirit i ? as I'roMil on l tie Sea as on
A better illustration of their (tho
whalemen's) proud spirit can not be
givon than the oncountor In Halifaxbo
twoon Greene the mate of a Nan tucket j
vessel, and tho Duke of Clarence, Ad
mlral of the British (loot, and afterward |
William IV. The dispute aroso over ;
the Duke's attentions to a girl, and j
reached its climax in the Nantuckot
I mate's seizing the future King of En?
gland and burling him down-stairs. An
Byo-witnoss of the alfair was wont in
ifter years to add as a decorative detail
that tho click of tho Duke's sword- I
hilt was heard on every stair. I
Drcone at onco went aboard Iiis j
ihip and rofused to obey a summon
from the Admiral, who, it afterwards
transpired, had intended to make the
plucky Nantuckot man an ollicor in the
All the stratogic resources of a quick,
ready mind were often called into play
during a whaleman's career, not only in
weathering storms and in avoiding de?
struction of boats and loss of life when
attacking whales, but also in escaping
massacre from savago islanders and in
outwitting pirates. In 1S10 tho whale
ship Syren, whilo on a voyage to tho
oastward of Capo Horn, met with an
adventuro which would have proved
fatal to all hands but for'a quick
strategem of the mato. One lino day,
off ono of tho Rele.w Islands, all the
boats boing after whales, and but a fow
men left aboard tho vessel, a largo band
of armod natives suddenly swarmed
over the bulwarks. Tho crew fled to
the rigging, leaving tho naked, howl?
ing savages in full command of tho
ship. Tho mato, on coming alongside,
took in the situation at a glance, and
quickly ordered tho men to open tho
arm-ehosts and scatter on deck all tho
tacks they could find. In a moment it
tairly rained tacks upon tho paked sav?
ages. The declc was soon covered with
theso littlo nails. They pierced tho
feet of tho islanders, who danced about
with pain which increased with every
step they took, until, with yells of rngo
and agony, they tumbled headlong into
tho sea and swam ashore. Unfortunate?
ly in the struggle tho mate received an
'arrow-wound just over one of his eyes,
and was old god to retire from tho sea.
?Gustav Kobhe, in Centn^v
Little Hoy?Pa, w it a trunk rail
Eat';.er?W.-il. my <>n I expert ? In
raili o t.' that goes to Karat >gn is t. bmiil
hp* ? T? en* ???<?.'? ?<
Canned oysters on ice, received at
McUuiro & Metzer's, Salem avenue,
throe times per week. dec3-lw
A I.aily In Texas Writes:
My case is of long standing, has
hallled many physicians; have tried
every remedy I could hear of. hut Brad
ileld's female Regulator is all that re?
lieved me. Write The Uradfield Regu?
lator Co.. Atlanta, Ca.. for further par?
ticulars. Sold by all druggists.
A. B. C. Remedies are bettor indorsed
than any on the market. They merit
Tin? New Discovery*
. You have hoard your friends and
neighbors talking about it. You may
yourself be tine of the many who know
from personal experience just bow good
a thing it is. If you have ever tried it.
you are one of its staunch friends, be?
cause the wonderful thing about it is,
that when once given a trial. Dr. King's
New Discovery ever after holds a place
in the house. If you have never used
it and should be aQlictcd with a cough,
cold or any throat, lung or chest trou?
ble, secure a bottle at once and give it
a fair trial. It is guaranteed every time
or money refunded. Trial bottles free
at Bttdwi 11. Christian & Rarbee's drug
One price to everybody: at cost for
cash only at the Rostou Root, and Shoe
House. 59 Salem avenue corner Henry
Hucklon'a Arnica Salxr.
The best salve In the world for cuts,
bruises, s?>res. ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilbains,
'corns, ami all skin eruptions, and posi?
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac?
tion, or money refunded. Price 25 CO lit 3
per box. For sale by Budwell, Christian
& Uarbec. tu.th. -at
M. L. Blair, Alderman. Mb Ward.
Scrantou, Pa., slated Nov. li, 'S3: Ho
had used Dr. "Thomas' IScleotric nil rot
sprains, burns, cuts, bruises and rheu?
matism. Cured every time.
You are in a Hail Fix.
Rut. we will cure you if you will pay
118. Nervous and Debilitated, suffering
from Nervous Debility, Seminal Weak?
ness, ami all the effects of early evil
habits, or later Indiscretions, which
lead to Premature Decay. Consumption
or Insanity, should send for and read
the "Book of Live," giving particulars
of a homo c ire. Sent (sealed I by ad?
dressing Dr Parker's Medical and Sur?
gical Institute?. 151 ii< th Spruce street
Nashville. Tenn. Wiey guarantee a
cure or no pay.?The Sunday Morning,
Bad drainage causes much sickness,
and bad blood and improper action of
the liver and kidneys is bad drainage
to tin; human system, which Burdock
Blood Bitters remedy.
Reware of Frauds.?Bo sure yon get
the genuine Dr. Thomas* Kclcctric Oil.
It cures (.'olds. Croup, Asthma. Di afness
The First Stop.
Perhaps you are run down. can*t eat,
can't Bleep, can't think, can't do any?
thing to your satisfaction, and you
wonder what ails you. You should
heed tho warning, you are taking the
first step into nervous prostration. You
need :. nerve tonic, and in Kb ctric Bit?
ters you will find the exact remedy for
restoring your nervous system to its
normal, healthy condition. Surprising
results follow the use of this great
nerve tonic and alterative. Your appe?
tite returns, good digestion Is restored,
and the liver and kidneys resume
healthy act ion. Try a bottle. Price 50
cents, at Budwell. Christian & Barbee's
Georgo Campbell, llopkinsville, Ivy.,
says: Burdock Blood Bitlors Is tho host
preparation for the Blood and stomach
ever manuf'ict un d.
an mm of dqstors ras n
mens remedy. Red Flair Oll. li kills Ulieu
matuini, 11endliche, Tootnueho, Sprains, Cuts
and Nervous I'uins, and costs only 25 cents ut
Fox ?<; Christian's.
? WELL-KNOWN FACT. ISS?W
FLAG OIL, has cured itlioumatism, Kcitmlfria,
Headache, Rnraelio, Hit. s und Stlnira of In
sects, when everything else failed, Ilon't fail
to t ry it; 'AV.. ut
Fox & Christian's.
J. F. WINGFIELD,
Fire, life and accident, in?
surance and real estate agent,
has moved his office to
NO. 114 COMMERCE STREET,
Where he will be pleased to
see his customers. Major A.
L. Pitzer is with this firm, and
would be glad to see his friends.
R0?N0KE STREET RAILWAY
On and after Sunday. November 30,
1S!>0, the Salem extension of the Roa
noko Street Railway will be open for
Until further notice regular trips will
be made from Roanoke (corner Shonan
doah avenue and Commerce street) to j
Sab-m (corner Fourth street and Roa j
noko Boulevard) by the following sobod
I.KAVK nOANOKE, | I.KAVK .?AI.Kit. j
7 a. in. j 2 p. 111. j $ a. in. | 3:00 p. in. !
?I a. m. I -I p. in. In a. in. I 5:00 p. m.
ll a. m. I 6 p. m. I 12 a. m. | C:45 p. in. ;
The regular rates of the company arci
the amounts charged by the conductors/
Tickets jan bo purchased at reduce,l\
rate:; by applying at the office of the
company, the drug stores of Charles
I.vie \ Co., Budwell, Christian & Bai
bee. Roanoko, Va.. and W. T. Younger,
Salem, Va. J. F. CTIRTSTIAN,
nov30-tf General Manager. 1
RATT'S WAT ILLER
For KhIK fllopp In pcnrt:
rtntrn. Sur? HuV^L. It<ln?IOie Wurli
drtUh. Contains W ?\ ?RVctr.aJ.I.'.
KU poison ? XA
Sold by Budwell, Christian & Barboe,
and all druggists. jylO-tf
nlni i hltrini'il
stid dlly cures
catiirrl, Why ilo
you mflCrT ? (swl is
an lolaltlblt cure.
Sold by Budwell, Christian it Barbeo.
and all druggists. jylO-tf
FUQUA St B0?Z
? by Steam, Hot Water or Hot
401 JEFFERSON ST.,
I. s chocrfully givor on this line
of work. )oO-Cm
1 ? East Tennessee
Virginia & Georgia
IS TUB ONLY SHORT AND DIRECT
LINE TO THE
South, Southwest k West,
Tin.? Ilnest Pullman Vostlbule sleep?
ing eai service in tho South?Pullman
Sle< pers without change. Roanoke to
Knoxvillo, Chattanooga, Rome, Annis
ton. Solina, Montgomery, Mobile and
Min oi connection made at. Rome and
Chattanooga with through sleepers for
ATLAM'A, MACOH & JACKSONVILLE
Fo any further inforniati <n, address
E. A. WARREN
Trav. Puss. Agt Bristol, Tenn.
C. A. BKNSCOTEK
/.ss. Oon'l Pass. Agt.
1!. W. WRENN,
jy25tf Oon. Pass. Agt. Knoxville.Tenn.
A. I.. Goiu.ky, President.
s. l'. OoKi.icY, Vioo Presidont.
J s. Simmons, Seo'y. and Treas.
Brick and Tile Works,
Manufacturers of first-class Brick of
all binds, including No. l Press Brick,
Draining Tile, dfco. Works on West
Campbell street, Roauoke, Va. Box
ItL'STEB'S SALE 0P VALUABLE
By virtue of a deed of trust executed
:o me by 11. W. Hottor.borg, dune 10.
BOO, and recorded in tl. s Clerk's ottiee
of6 ho Hustings Court, at Kdnnokooity,
So| comber 22, 1800, to secure to W. s.
Hooch the payment of n certain sum
therein mentioned upon the property
thereby convoyed, said Bottenberg be?
ing in default in one of said payments
and T. Ii. Handy .V Sens, who assumed
the payment of the sttmo, being also in
default, and having been requested by
tho beneficiary so to do, 1 will oiler for
sale, in front of the promises, at. public
auction, at noon, on SATUHDAY, the
37th day of DECEMBER, 1800, the fol?
lowing described property: Beginning
at a point on I'm- north Bide of Kim
street (Eighth avenue) 101 feet weal of
Henry street, thence with Him street
south, SS degrees west, lo;. feel ton
point; thence north. 30 degrei s west.
HO feet to an alley: thence north. ss
degrees east. -Id1 . feet to a point: thence
south. 30 degrees east. 140 feel to the
beginning. This is an unparalled op?
portunity to SCUItru a nice residence,
pleasantly situated and with ail con?
veniences and improvements. Terms:
Cash Sllfllcicnt to pay costs of sale anil
execution of trust, with amount then
due? say. 81,200. Assumption of follow?
ing payments: Four notes of $300.25
each, ?lue respectively in one. two. three
and four yeas, from dune 10, 1890, with
interest, and about $1,800, due in
monthly payments, at 840, to Home
Building and Loan Association, Bal?
ance, if any. to be paid vi terms an?
nounced at sale.
li. A. VAIDEN, trustee.
Roanoke, Va., November 25, 1800.
TheCitizens Bank of Roanoke
Salem Avenue, Iftween JcfTcrsot. and
j. I? Lkw. President. laVe oa hier
Commercial Hunk Roaaok'3, Va
II Ai. Dll KiNSo ..
Accounts of banks, bankers, corpor
ations, merchants, and individuals
solicited. Our fact ities for doing a
, general banking business are equal to
I any hanking house in Virginia. Col
I lections a specialty and prompt remit*
t.ances made. Interest allowed on time
deposits. m lS-tf.
ft First-Class Investment,
We offor tho liest security in tho city
and paj semi-annual dividends. As a
/H>vings bank this institution offers
jjeciul inducements. Paid up shares
?.".?? each. Installment shares SI per
month. Shares may bo subscribed for
at any time. For further information
address Tho People's Perpetual Loan
! and Boiidiug Association
WM. V WINCH,
Seo'y and Treas.
Room e Ten? l if
HENANDOAH VALLEY RAIL?
S. P. Tti.kk, Receiver.
Schedule in effect June 2, 1890.
arrivk at roanokb.
00 p. m. Daily?Memphis Express,
from Hagerstowh and tho
North. Through Pullman
sleeping cars from Now
York and Philadelphia t?
Chattanooga and Memphis
via Harrisburg, Hagers
town and Roanoke.
10 a. m. Daily?New Orleans Ex?
press from New York, Phil?
adelphia and Baltimore,
making connection through
to the South. Carries
through Pullman palaco
buffet sleeping car from %
Philadelphia to New Or?
leans, without change, via
Roanoko, Cleveland. Catora
and L. * N. R. R.
-.45 a. ra. Daily?Baltimore Expioss
from all points south for
and New York. Carries
Pullman palaco bullet
Bleeping car from Roan 'ko
to Philadelphia without
change, via H?gers! ?vn
':20 p. m. Daily?New York and Phil
adolphia Express, trom
Memphis, Chattanooga an ?
all points south. For i il
adclphiu and New York.
Carries Pullmnn pal -co
bullet, sleeping cars through
to Philadelphia and Now
York via Roanoke, Hay "S
town aiid Harrisburg,
Ticket agents will furnish all ii >r
matiou and through schedules upoi Ap?
O. HOWARD ROYE
tf O. P. ? T. Agent. Roanoke, a.
.; ..." r. liOi^inBSt&li i.
Schedule in offeot Sept. 3rd, 181
1.1 AVK roanokb.
10:05 a.m. Daily; arrive Bristol 09
p. m. Stops at all slat s,
connecting at Rad ford \ ;;h
trains on New Rivor Bra ? h;
arriving at Pocahonta- at
3::t."> p. m.
5:45 p.m. Daily, arrives Radford JO
p. m., connecting with w
Rivor Branch at 7:.'t."> p i..
for Blue Sold and Poeal n
tas;arrives Pooahontas lu >r>
1>. in. Arrives Bristol 1 30
p. m., connecting with El.
T. V. & G. R. R. foi all
points south and west. 1' iw
Pullman Palace Sie? ? r,
Roanoke to Memphis, with?
7:55 a. hi. Daily, arrive Radford '. 15
a. m., connecting with New
Rivor Branch, leaving II bd
ford 12:10 p. in. Arrives
Bristol 12:40 p. m.,oonne0ts
with E. T. V. & G. R. R.
for all points south and
v.est; has Pullman Palace
Sloopi r from Roanoki to
N o w O r 1 e a us with u II t
' EAST BOUND.
5:25 a. m. Daily; for Lynchburg, IV
tersburg, Richmond, (via
Petersburg and R. & P. R.
1!..? Norfolk and interme?
diate points; Connects at
Lynohburg with V. M. R.
K. for Washington and tho
Hast, leaving Lynohburg
7:40 a. in. daily. Arrive?
Norfolk 2.00 p. m., eenncot
ing with steamer lines to
Baltimore and New York.
10:10 a. m. Daily: arrives Lync?burg
11:59 a. m., connecting with
V. M. K. R. f, r all points
north, arriving Washing?
ton 7:05 p. hi*.; arrives Pe?
tersburg 4:20 p. m.; arrives
Richmond, via R. & P. 11.
lt., 5:05 p. in.; arrives Nor
folk 7.DU p. in.
3:15 p. in. Daily; for Lynchburg and
intermediate stations; ar?
rives Lynohburg 5:40 p. m,
7:20 p. in. Daily; tor Lynchbiirg and
intermediate stations; ar?
rives Lynohburg 9:20 p. m.
Cripple Creek Extension? Heaves
Puldski 8:15 a. in. Daily, except Sun?
day, and 3:00 p. m. Daily, arrive Ivan
hoo 9:45 a. in., and 4:30 p. m.
clinch Valley Extension (in operation
Aug. 3, to St. Paul, SI miles)?Heave
Rluoticld S:lo a. tu., daily; arrive St.
Paul 12:55 p. m.
AH inquiries as to rates, routes, etc.,
W. B. BEVILL,
Gon'1 Pass, and Ticket Agent.
CHAS i. EDDY, vice-president,
jaul Uonoral Offices, Roanoke.
CJ A. A 0. 11. R.
THE NATURAL TUNNEL ROUTE
IN EFFECT ALU. 3. 1880.
Trains Wbht. TuaissKast.
Pass. Mixed. Mixed. Pass.
No. 1. No. i. No. 9. No. 4.
a. m. p. ni stations. a. in. p. m.
8 15 2 35 Lv. Bristol. Ar. 1140 ? 00
b 32 152 'Walker's lit. 11 35 5 43
S 40 3 00 Banham's. 11 16 5 35
'.i 00 3 20 ?Abram's Falls. 11 00 5 15
9 05 3 25 Mendota. 10 05 5 10
9 25 3 44 Mace Spring. 10 33 4 50
0 35 3 55 Huton's. 10 21 4 40
9 45 4 (>."> ?Nottingham. 10 13 4 30
0 51 4 11 'Moccasin Gap. 10 00 4 2 1
10 00 4 17 HallilvUle. iu?0 4l7
loos |37 ?Marlilc Quarry. 9 50 4 Or!
10 1". 4 35 *Big Cut. 9 41 4 00
10 35 4 45 Spear s Ferry. 9 30 3 50
10 3? 4 50 Clinch port. 9 23 3 45
10 40 5 00 Natural Tunnel. 0 16 3 35
10 50 5 10 ?Horton Summit. 9 00 3 35
11 00 5 17 Duftield. 9 00 3 16
11 05 5 25 ?Wiseley's. 8 52 3 10
11 11 5 31 Ward's Mills. 8 15 3 02
1125 5 43 "Wildcat Summit. 8 31 2 50
u rts r>5*East Big Stone Gap. 8 17 2 37
11 45 6 05 Ar. B. S. Gap. Lv. 8 10 2 3D
a. m p. m. a. m p. ra.
? Trains do not Btop, except to loavo
passengers, or on signal.
H. W. HATES.
Vico-presfdent and Genoral Manager.
GEO. II. GRAVES,