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IBS Korr ?t_ Memphis, Venn., writes t tun bin wifo lind can? cer wtiicli bnd onten two lanro holes in h?r breast, mul Which tho best physicians Of tho surrounding country fronted, and pronounced in? curable. Her grandmother ttiul aunt bud died of and when told this, tlip most eminent specialists of r?o\v York, under whoso treat? ment sho was placed, de? clared hoi-case was hopeless. AH treatment having lulled, eho was given up to dto S S S. was recommended, and astonishing ns it may seem, a few bottles cured her sound and well. Our treatiso on this dis caso will bo scut free to anv address. SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. Atlanta. Ga SCHEDULE ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY. IN KFFKCT Al'Kli. 1. 1895. Norwich. College. I Vinton. WestKnd. ^ M i A M 740 8 00 8 30 , 8 40 -"P DO T 9 90 9 40 10 00 10 30 ! 10 40 11 00 i 11 90 11 40 . 13 OQ FUlPV 13 90 ? 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SorfoiiWs?sit tTiiBsar T R. R. ?CnKDL'I.K IN EFFECT MAY 12, ISS 5. Westbound Leave Konnofce Daily. 8.20 a. m.(Washington andChattanooga limited) for Bristol and tho South and West. Stops at principal stations wost of Badford. Pullman sleepers to New Orleans and Memphis, dining car at? tached. T 05 a. m. for Badford, Bluefteld and Pooahontas 1:25 p. m. the Chicago Express for Bad? ford, BluoQeld, Pooahontas, Kenova, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Kansas City, Columbus and Chicago. Pullman buffet Sleeper Boanoke to Columbus. Also for Pulaskl, Wytheville, Bristol, Knoxvllle, Chat? tanooga and intermediate points. Mortb and Bastbonnd, Leave Boanoke Daily. 1:40 p. m. for Petersburg, Bichmond and Norfolk. 1:40 p. m. for Washington, Hagerotown, Philadelphia and New York. 10:40 p. in. for Blchmond and Norfolk. Pullman sloepor Boanoke to Norfolk and Lynchburg to Bichmond. 8:05 p. m. Washington and Chatta? nooga limited) for Washington, Hagerstown, Philadelphia and Now York. Pullman sloepers to Washing ton, Philadelphia and New A' irk via Shontndoah Junction and Kni,' n.ore end Ohio railroad. Stcpa only at principal utationa. Durham Division?Leave Lynchburg (Union otatioa daily 3:45 p. ro. for South Bosto-i and Durham and inter? mediate stations. Winston SitojQ Hivision?Leave Boa? noke (Union rtation) dally 2:10 p. m. for Bcoky Mount, Martinsvlllo, Win ston-Salem and intermediate Htatlons For all additional information apply t ticket ofrlco or to W. B. BE VILL ^?nertl Passengoi Agent, Boanoke, Va. M. F. BRAOP, Traveling Passenger Ager ENGLEBY&BRQ., Tinning1 Roofing, Spouting;, Pli^' T^ Mnd Statin Fitting. The most complete line or Stoves i Ranges in the city. No. 17 8alem Avenue. SALEM NEWS. Spools! Correspondence to Tho Times. F. A. Ijovulouk. Reporter. Lewis Hull and wife on tho 4th day of September, 1895, exe? cuted a dood of assignment to W R 15. Layman, trustee, for tho purpose of securing the payment of certain deb^s duo by the said Lewis Huff to Caleb O. Nininger, Salem Loan and Trust Com? pany and others, aggregating about 89,000 in the first class. The property conveyed was a tract of land on Tinker crook, containing about 150 acres. The trustee was given power to rent or sell, according to the wishes of the majority of creditors. By deed of even date therewith, Lewis Huff conveyed to Alice E. Huff, his wifo, eighty acres of land, household and kitchen furniture and other especially named personal property. The consideration of this con? veyance was her relinquishing her right of dower in tbe property conveyed in the above mentioned deed of assign* ment. J. Ernest Walker, formerly a resident of Salem, haa, with others, beoome a water right agent in tbe Rio Verde Canal Company, of Pbtrnix, Arizona. Colonel Byers left yesterday for Salt vllle, where he will spend some time. Eleck Benjamln'Meredith, who at? tended Roanoke College last session, arrived in Salem yesterday. Ho will leave to day for Rocky Mount and re? turn In time for tho opening of tho college. J. H. Piper, of Monticello, Ills., re? cently arrived in Salem, and will attend Roanoke College this coming session. Col. William Henry Terroll, of New York, is registered at Hotel Duval. The Democratic executivo committee will meet in Salem on Wednesday, Sep tomber IS, at 13 m. Business of im? portance will bo transacted, as plans for the coming campaign will be formu? lated. Mr. .1. H. Davis gave a lecture on temperance Wednesday night in tbe town hall. His 6peech is highly com? plimented by those who were in at? tendance. Misses Bettie and E'la Shields, of Owensboro, Ky., who have been visiting their cousin, Miss Mattle Hurt In West Salem, left for their home yesterday. The following clipping appeared in tbo Times-Register of yeBterday: "There lives about two miles eastof Sa? lem a good and worthy citizen who, however, is a benighted old bachelor. Last Sunday be hauled rails all day, until late evening, and thinking it was Saturday, he quit work and came to town to get his mail and hla weekly Bupply of tobacco. His feelings,when he found it was Sunday, can better be imagined than described. The only ex* cuBo he had for his conduct, tha'- we can Bee, Is that ho is blindly in love with a well-known Salem widow." Mlas Dickerson, of Richmond, is visit LngatMrs. C. C. Tomoklns, on High ptreot. Tho library, society bails and main building of Roanoke College will be open to visitors next Monday evening from 3:30 to 6. A special rate has been made on the electric car line for 25 cents rate for the convenience of those !n Roanoko who wish to visit the col? lege. To-night in tbo town hall Mrs. Oion will give her costume recital. During tho evening she will recite Longfellow's ?'Bridge." This great poet, on hearing Mrs. Oton render this piece, declared that ho had "never before realized the great beauty of tbe iines. ' The sermon on temperance recently preached by Rev. J. B. Taylor has been reprinted in several newspapers and \ has boon highly complimented by all 1 who read It, Workmen ?ro now busily engaged In laying tbe foundation of Dr.' Klllian's new residence on Pennsylvania avenue. It will bo a handaomo addition to that attractive street when completed. Rev. .las. H. Lamb, of Morristown, N. J., is registered at Hotel Duval. Next woek ho will enter his eon at Koinoke College. W. Black Whitescarvor was united in marriage to Miss Savella Wortley Philips Wednesday afternoon in <lreen Church, Cumberland county. Rev. St. George Abrahams, an uncle of the bride, performed the marriage ceremony The bride and groom arrived in Salem yes? terday evening, and will make their residence.on Academy street. Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock at Fort Lewis Church, tho marriage of G. B. Johnston, of this county, and Miss Annie Laurie Uatoher, daughter of U. Cary Hatcher, of Montgomery county, was celebrated. Rev. J. R. Bridges performed tho ceremony. The ushers were Moasrs. J. S. Baer, Horace Smith, Jeter Johnson and J. W. Hannah, whi'e J. Ed. Shipman acted as bo3t man. After the ceremony tbo happv couple, together with too uahnrs and a fewotber friends, drovo to "Green Hill," the groom'a home, where a bountiful supper was served and a pleasant evening spent by all. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston aie spend? ing their honeymoon at tho homo of H. U. Hatcher, at Lafayette. TllKRK is more Catarrh in this sec? tion of tbo country than all o'.her dis? eases put togother, and until tho last few years, was supposed to bo incura? ble. For a great many years doctors pronounced it a loc^l disease, and pre? scribed local romodl^s, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced it incurable. Science has proven catarrh to bo a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitu? tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney ?fc Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is tho only constitutional euro In tho market. It is taken inter? nally in dnaes from 10 drops to a toa Bpoonful. It acts directly on tho blood and mucous surfaces of tho ayBtoin. They offer ono hundred dollars for any case it fails to euro. Send for circulars and testimonials. Address P. J. Ciiknky & Co., Toledo, O. Sold by all druggists, 75c. Fun the best work?the Swiss Steam Laundry 333 Salem avonuo west. Phone 372. W hen Baby ?.-i* sick, wo gave her fa-storla. When siie was a Child, sho cried for Castorla. When st?' Itecamo Miss, slut i-lnnj; to Castorfs. When she bad Children.she K;"'eihi-in Cx-.torhu LAURA BIGG?R.' i\ Beautiful Aetrcwi WIkw? Advancement Vom Heen Slow, but Steady. Laura Blggnr, who in private lifo Is Mrs. Hurt Hovcrly, is at present playing tho rolo of Lldii Sklddons, tho queen of burlesque, 111 tho company which is pro? noun nn "A Block Sheep" on tho Pnoiflo const. During the coming season she will support her IiusIkiihI in "A Trip to China? town," doing the part of tho Widow, in which she has already in ado n reputation throughout tho country. Laura Blggitr got her first peep at this wicked mundnno sphoro in Wiluilugton, Del. She was a bright child ami was noted for the excel lout innnnor In which she "spoke pieces" at school und in tho par? lor, but mi one suspected thnt she would adopt the- stage its n profession. However, when she was less than 10 years of age, sho got nn ongngemont with n company to play small parts in "Ctt'lcd Back" Wid "Fortune's Pool." While hot'work gave some promise of better things to come, it was nut of such quality ns to create a sen? sation. Sho decided to continue anyway, and was next with a couple of stock com? panies in Soil Francisco. One of these or? ganizations presented comic opera exclu? sively, und she really made a big hit. Sho remained upon tho Pacific coast for the nexP three years, playing such roles as Eliza in "After Dark"' and Ustano in "She." In tho latter role especially sho won considerable local fame and became a public favorite. She subsequently made a tour of the south in the above mentioned plays, and shortly afterward sho cnniO very prominently into notice while star? ring In the east and South in "The Clc llionccnu Case." Following her D?UUtC tion with this play she rcstou for one year at a ranch she had purchased in southern Cnl'^oTnin. A; the close of that vacation she went cost to play the rolo of tho Widow in Hoyt's "A Trip to Chinatown," in which she met with much 8UCC0S8. While filling this ctigngemeut she was married to Hurt Havorly, who was playing Wollnnd Strong in llio snmc coiniiany. Sho noxt, in company with hor husband, traveled for one season with "Tho Passing Show," after which came the present cnghgemcut With "A Illlick Sheep." Laura lliggar is really :t beautiful worn an, possessed of a meat deal of that In? tangible quality which the Fronch tall "chic." Her forte appears to be lltforco comedy and burlesque, Inasmuch ns hi r voice is of great assistance to her in that line of work. Sho has. however, won (.Teat commendation in serious roles from i bought fid crll ics. SPORTS OF ALL SORT5. On? of the favorite sport s at Vnssnr Is the now game of battle ball. Champion Corbott has begun training for his battle with Fltzsiinmons. "Trolley dodger*" is the now name which eastern baseball crunks have given the Brooklyn club. TI. o. Ilavcmeyer, Jr.. son of tho sugar king, is n very expert golf plnyer and lids won numorous matches, J. M. Ryan, the British chut ipion, re? cently broke the world's wic'oftl for the high jump, clearing 0 feet I \4 inches. A wealthy Creek has offered 1,000,000 drachmas (iSOO, 000) for tho restoration of the ancient stadium so that it may he used for the Olympic gaincs next year. Jack Madden Is after Jimmy Harry's scalp. Madden says he will fight the ban? tamweight champion at 105 pounds and will consent to having tho whole pursej go 1<j the winner. Hal Pointer, tbo gamo old campaigning pacer that has stirred to enthusiasm thou? sands of admirers in the grand circuit, hnshoen sohl hy Villngo farm to H. 1). Pock of Lock haven, Pn. Harry \. Plllsbury, the young Ameri? can who has made such a wonderful record against the greatest chess players of the world at tho Hastings international tour? nament, is only -.'it years old. Tliegrc.it Iowa sprinter, John V. Crttlll, who is Undoubtedly the swiftest man In America today, is ? feet 8\i inches tall and woigh> Ififi pounds stripped, lie has done loo yards in the world's record time of 0 l--ri seconds. The Matinee Girl's Heroes. Tho heroes of the matinee girl during t he c eniiig season will he located as fol? lows: Harry Miller with the Empire stock company, Heritor! Kclcey with the Ly couin steel; company, Wilton Luuknyo with "Trilby." K. J. ItatclifTo with :-Tlu< Sporting Duchess,' .Melbourne McDowell with Fanny Davenport, ICdwin Ardoii with W. II. Crane, lingo Tola ml with F.. M. und Joseph Holland. Kyrlo Bellow with ??The Queen's Necklace," F. <'. Mo-ley with Hubert Downing, Hallet t Thompson with James O'Neill, W. S. Hart wilh Modjoska, Byrou Douglas with "The f-iivnt Diamond Bobbery,'.' Wll Ham Brach with Joseph Jefferson, Mau? rice Barrymoro with "Secret Service," J. II. Gllniour with "Sowing the Wind," Edwin Milton Itnylu with "In Mexico," Fred Terry with John Hare um! George Fav.cett with Nat ('. Goodwin. "Nym Crlnhlc" on Comic Opera, Tim hrllllanl feuilletonist "Xym Crin? kle" lias this to say concerning the pres? ent complexion of comic opera affairs: "It is a clear ease of glut. Of CO librettos examined 40 dealt with mythical Islands where n Carload of Chorus girls were ship wrecked, and the other ten worn still be? ing examined with Ii \ lew of Unding on; what it was they dealt with nsido front the costumes. To call these jingling proces? sions operas is very much like calling Mark Twain's Inimitable smartness criti? cism. The women in comic opera sing with their slippers and act with their pet? ticoats. TllO men who go to see them hear with their oyes and judge with their ap [ pet I tos." The Avalanche. Tho guido gave tho word to leave tho channel of ioo and tako to tho rocks ou tho side, for a snowball or two had rolled down from above, and ho was afraid wore might follow. Scarcely had wo got out of our trough and upon tho crags when down canto an avalauoho with n vengeance, and wo wore within 20 foot of a tremendous discharge of thousands of tons of snow and ico, which swept down tho track that wo had just ascended. Wo wore perfectly safe, but somehow the half hiss, half roar, remained in my oars for somo time, and for many nights afterward, when indigestible suppers or bad Swiss beor produced ovil dreams, tho ava laucho was snro to liguro in thorn.? Bluckwood's Magazine. III? I ?Ion of Martyrdom. Child of 8 (returning from school)? Mamma, wo have boon reading of such dreadful times. 1 should not liked to have lived then, and I am sure yon would not, for people were tied to a leg of mutton anil after gunpowder had been put round they were all blown up. Mamma?Are you sure it was not a stake they were tied to? Child?Oh, yes, mamma, it was a steak! I knew it was meat of some kind. ?Exchange. tick a good thing? that's what every? body says when they use Pond's Extract to relieve sore throat, neuralgia, toothache, rheumatism, etc. Itonk for the huff' wrapper a,i<1 j/ellow tabrl, hu?? genuine without thetn. POND'S EXTRACT 30., 76 Fifth Avc, New York. ? 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