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How it Comes and What it Is.
How a Man Can Use To?
Any man who
smokes to excess
knows what a"io
bsooo heart," la.
It Is weak, nerv?
oas action of that
hands and feei
of vision, specke
before the eyes,
dullness of tho brain, shortness of
breath, dyspepsia, bad taste In the
mouth morning), and disorderly bowels.
Theso aro a few ot the symptoms, and
they are all due to the poisons ot to?
bacco. Every man who uses tobacco has,
every now and then, days when a oigar
or a pipe "doesn't taste good," and is
thrown away In distrust. 1 My stomach
is out ot order" or "I must be bilious,"
is the usual thought. It Is neither.
Your system is surcharged with the
Your kidneys find themselves unable
to tbrow off the Nlootino In tho Urine.
Consequently every organ and tissue in
the body Is clogged and poisoned.
Anything that will set your Kidneys
to acting promctly and thoroughly will
quickly relieva you.
Dr. Hobb's Sparagus Kidney Pills will
do this and do it naturally and harm
lessly. And they will do morn than that.
The poison of tobacco, eveu when not
used to excess renders the Kidneys slug?
gish, and ovsry organ In the body feois
Other poisons that should be thrown
out are not thrown out.
Hence tho stomach, brain, heart, eye
and other symptoms.
By using Dr. Hobb's SparaguB Kidney
Pills, not only Nicotine but every other
poison will be rapidly and regularly
called out of the body. You can then
use tobacco and not feel its bad effects.
A cigar can never then be said to "not
And your general health will bo per?
Fiftv cents por box, from all drug?
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The?. B. Shank, of Baltimore, is in
to vn for a few days on business.
P. L Terry and B. A. Jones, of Roa
noke city, were in town yesterday on
Miss Mary Preston Moore, ot Lsx log
ton, is visiting Mist Anna Taylor, on
Dr. Hutchluson, of Elkhorn, W. Va..
spent yesterday visiting the family of
E. B. Wilson.
Miss Minnie Burk) arrived yesterday
evening on a visit to Mrs. Frank Chal?
mers on Union street.
R. L, Campbell, of Algoma, spent
Sunday and vesterday in town as the
guest of F. U. Chalmers,
Mrs. S. M. Martin and children left
yesterday f >r Bedford county on a sev?
eral weeks' visit among relatives.
W. Lee Brand and L. C. Hansborough
left yesterday ovonlng for Alpoma, W.
Va., to look after their coal Interests
Hugh Cri z loaves to-day for Patrick
county on a visit to his parents. E II.
Carter will take his p!ac3 in the store
The trustees of the South View Or
ph in Home will meet to-day at the Bank
of Salem at 2:30to consider the question
of removing the Institution to Salom.
Patents have reoently been granted to
D. B. Strouse on a machine for secuti ig
seama of paper tubes; and to K. H. Car?
per on a filler-forming mechanism for
J. J. Scott and family on yesterday
movod to Roanoke, where they will in
the future reside, Mr. Scott having
secured a position with the National
Exchange Bank thore.
Mrs. C B. Strouse leaves this morn?
ing for New Orleans on a visit to her
parents. Mrs. Strouso will be gone
about five weeks and will visit Mrs.
Rloe, of Florida, on her return.
W. Lee Brand has just returned from
a thirty days' business trip through East?
ern and Northern Virginia,parts of West
Virginia, Pennsylvania and Maryland,
' id reports a fairly successful trip, he
? ?o says that business man as a rule an
Mjlpate a healthy revival of business in
Dr. J. B. Taylor, Rev. Oeo. J. Hob?
day and Prof, it C. Stearnes have re?
ceived invitations to the banquet to be
given at the Jefferson Hotel in Rich?
mond to night by the trustees of Rich?
mond College. Owing to pressing busi?
ness matters Dr. Taylor and Professor
Stearnes will not be able to attend.
Rev. Mr. Hobday will likely, however,
The Presbyterians held a congrega?
tional meeting Sunday morning after
services for the purpose of Inviting some
minister tocome and preach with a view
of extending- a call. Judge Henry B.
Blair was elected moderator and S. D.
MoCommon aeoretary. Af tor the mod
orator bad explained the object of the
meeting there was laid before the con?
gregation about thirty lettors from pas?
tors from various part*of the country aa
far noth aa New York olty and from
Texas- The congregation Anally de?
cided to invite Rev. Synder, of Camp?
bell county, near Lrnobburg.
United States Commiaaloner'a Court.
United States Deputy Marshal J. R. ,
Greene brought to Salem yesterday Wm. |
Galloway, whom be had arrested in
Roanoke, charged with boring holes
through the oelllng into a forty-four
gallon cask belonging to Jamison &
Prilllman, distillers, of Roanoke, and
taking brandy therefrom. Owing to the
absence of witnesses Commissioner Mc
Cauley postponed bis trial till Friday,
the 14 th, and failing to give bond in the
sum of 8100 Galloway was remanded to
THE GOOD SAMARITAN IN CHINA.
Bo Wonld Bavo Bcon Likely to Get Him
nolf Into Trouble.
One dark evening I was returning
borne from a call on one of our English
neighbors in Taiynenfu. When not far
from our compound, tho road crossed an
open space of soveral acres in extent.
As I was finding my way along by tho
rather dim light of a Chinese lantorn I
nearly stumbled over tho body of a man
who bad fallou by the way. My first
impulse was to take hold of tho person
and ascertain if help was needed, but
for some reason I did not, but hurried
home to got aid. Mr. X. was still with
us and on bearing uiy statement said:
"Yes, I know. The man is dead, and
it is fortunate that you did not attempt
to touch the body. Should we now try
to rcmovo it or even to go to it wo
should no doubt bo seen and at once
suspicion would attach itself to ns, and
none could tell the consequences. We
might cause a riot before morning."
It should bo said that this suspicion
wonld not have been because we were
foreigners, for a native under similar
circumstances would likewise havo run
the risk of being charged with tho mur?
der. Tho good Samaritan would have
fared hardly in China, or most likely
wonld have been suspected of doing the
kind deed for some ultimate gain, while
tho priest and I ho Levito would havo
been accounted not hard hearted, but
prudent.?Professor C. M. Cady in Cen?
An Indian Taboo.
The penalty for violating, even un?
wittingly, tho taboo of a gens is a visi?
tation of sores, livid spots, inflammation
of tho eyes and oven blindness. Tho
In-shtasunda, or thunder gens, do not
touch reptiles, toads or beetles. Some
years ago tho vegetable garden of tho
Omaha mission was visited by tho pota?
to bug. Tho good missionaries in charge
engaged the children in tho work of ex?
termination by offering a bounty of. 5
cents a quart, solid measure, for de?
funct bngs. As tho extinction of tho
species becauio imminent, sonio of the
young wits adulterated their bugs by
tho addition t;f spurious beetles. About
this timo ono of tho littlo girls becamo
suddenly covered with sores. Her par
outs, hearing of it, came iu consterna?
tion to tho mission. Sho belonged to the
thunder gens, and tho child's bug in?
come coascd at onco. She had unwit?
tingly been carrying on a traffic in her
taboo.?Alico C. Fletcher in Century.
Understood of Slippers.
Slippers play an important part in
the life of almost evory man. In child?
hood thoy are laid on him; iu manhood,
just after ho has been married, they are
thrown after him, and for a considera?
ble part of tho rest of his lifo thoy nre
under him.?Roxbnry Gazette.
Thoro aro hosts of men of the pro
fouudest thought who find nothing in
tho disclosures of science to shako thoir
faith in the eternal virtues of reason
and religion.?Georgo Riploy.
Ten I'er Cent For Salvage.
Thoro is a street hoy who hangs about
tho corner of Wisconsin and East Water
streets who is evidently quick to see and
seizo an opportunity.
Just before the rocont blizzard the wind
whisked off an old gentleman's lino silk
hat and sent it merrily howling up Wis?
"Hero, boy," ho called out, "get my hat
"What aro you offorin?" inquired tho
"Get my hat, quick, and I'll give you a
"What's It worth?" asked tho boy.
"Soven dollars and a half. Why? Como,
got a niovo on you. It's a brand new hat,
and I've only just bought It. Hurry now,
and I'll inako it a quarter."
"I guess not," replied the hoy, placidly
turning away. "I ain't in tho business of
furnishln gents wi' $7.50 silk hats for a
quarter. Glinmo 10 por cent for salvage,
boss, and away I go. Do I get It?"
Tho old gentleman gazed at him for a
moment in helpless astonishment and
then nodded consent, and tho boy whooped
aftur tho hat and brought it. back In |trl
umph. There Is a great, future boforo
that boy.?Milwaukee News.
A spirit of revenge is the very spirit
j of the devil, than which nothing makes
u man more like him. If yonr revenge
be not satisfied, it will give you torment
flow; if it bo, it will give you greater
lereaftor. Nono is u greater self tor?
mentor than a malicious and revengeful
man who turns the poison of his own
temper in upon himself.?J. M. Mason.
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A DOUBTING THOMAS
Who Stood Upon the Ragged
Edge of Health,
Bat Was Willing to bo Convinced of the
Truth?He Has at Last Beooino a Firm
Some poopla are so constituted that ?
thoy prefer to keep on in tho same
beaten path and never to strike out for
themselves. When they are siok they
rely upon a few old-fashioned medi?
cines, and apparently ohoose to suffer
rather than try a modern remedy of
Among the various ills of such peo?
ple none is more oommon than bilious?
ness, which is caused by the torpor of
the liver, thus preventing the proper
digestion of tho food, which decomposes
and ferments in the stomach. This
causes dlzzlnoss, headache, sleepless?
ness, pains in the stomach and abdo?
men, with an accumulation of gat; there
Is constipation and possibly kidney
trouble; the complexion is pale and
sallow and life is only prolonged
In such cases what is needed is a
nerve and blood builder to bring back
theblrom of youth to pale and Ballow
Mr. Auguste Froolioher, of 299
Bleeckor St., Now York olty, was a
great sufferer, but when a friend recom?
mended to him the greatest remedy of
modern times, Dr. Greene's Nervura
blood and nerve remedy, ho questioned
Its afficaoy. At last this Doubting
Thomas was persuaded to try this
marvellous medicine, and the following
letter shows how he was convinced of
its groat virtues and now he has become a
firm believer In It. He says. "Having
been sick for over two years with
malaria and dyspepsia and not being
able to eat, the doctors advised me to
make a trip to France, which I did, re?
turning without any better results.
"My trouble has been one that caused
several physicians of renown here in
America, as also other emlnentmembsrs
of the medical faculty in Europe to fail
after persistently attempting Its cure.
It was pronounced a complication of
malaria, dyspepsia and kidney weak?
"I beard of Dr. Greene's Nervura
blood and nervereraody and after using
It for a time I bsgan to eac well and ncy
"That others who have Buffered as I
have with terrible pains in tho back,
limbs and head may bo relieved from
such dreadful tortures, and restored to
ueefulnees, this testimonial is given to
lot It be made public that Dr. Greene's
Nervura blood and nerve remedy has
completely cured mo."
Perhaps it is not straDgo that Mr.
Froelicher doubted, for tbe marvellous
power of Dr. Greece's Nervura, the
groat blood and nerve remedy, is almcBt
beyond belief. A trial will convlrcathe
most skeptical that this is tho grandest
medicine of modern times. Its discov?
erer, Dr. Greene, of 35 West 14;h St.,
Now York city, is one of the progres?
sive medical prectitlone.s of whom this
nineteenth century is justly proud. He
allows all who wish to consul: him
dally,either personally or by letter, free
Substitutes For Hay.
It is not nn unusual occurrence that tlul
weather in tho spring is so dry thnt the
hay crop is short or nn almost total fail?
ure. It is strnngo that sumo way cannot
bo devised for Irrigating at least a suffi?
cient amount of tillable land to insuro the
farmer a good hay orop. There Is no ration
that will tnko tho place of this, and the
facilities for mnking suro of it aro any?
thing but satisfactory. Every farnior
should fot apart a certain portion of his
low land for hay. In wet weather he is
likely to have a good crop anyway, and
In dry times a well oarod for Gold of low
land will do much to bridgo over tho tinio
between late autumn and early spring,
when there is nothing whatever out of
doors for stock to cat. The practice of
sowing millet, sorghum, cowpuns or
crimson clover lato in tho season, when
the indications aro that fall pasture will
ho poor, and that tho hay crop is altogeth?
er unsatisfactory, is becoming gonoral.
Cornstalks may be cut as soon as tho oars
aro ripe. Tho earlier they aro cut tho more
nutritious they are and tho more valuable
for feeding. As a rule, farmers givo too
1111In attention to cornstalks, which, when
properly cured, aro among tho most useful
of food products for stock, especially so in
tho absence of an abundance of good hay.
Itye makes a good crop, but should never
bo fed to cows Unit aro giving milk, as it
imparts an unpleasant lluvor to tho milk
and is by many persons considered un?
wholesome?New York Ledger.
The Mind and Action.
I ohco asked a class of 1(1 girls to think
Intently what it would feel llko to lift tho
right hand nnd touch tho loft shoulder.
Afcor a fow minutes had elapsed nlno of
thnn confessed having felt a desire to do
It I then dropped the subject and spoko
of something else. In a fow moments six
aolr.ally did it. Most persons whon con?
cent rat ing attention upon thu thought of
what a given movement would feel llko,
find themselves becoming possessed of n.
deslro to do it, and this desire marks tho
tendency of tho thought to produco tho
movement. But as wo not only feol but
also see our movements, we find that tho
thought of what a movement looks llko
lias also motor value and tends to produco
it. This is also t rue of touches and ideas
of touch?indeed all or nearly all mental
states produco some motor changes in tho
body, but the motor effects of sensations
and ideas of sound, taste and smell aro rel?
atively slight.?Protestor \V. It. Xowbold
In Popular Soionoe Monthly.
What CroKH Examination Can Do.
Bashful Maiden?Anna Lung.
"When were your parents married?"
"Whon was tho first christening?"
"In lbli l."
I "How many brothers and sisters have
"Aro you tho oldest?"
"Then you are 31 years of ago."
"Yes. (Sotto voeo) I have given my
ngo away. I am surprised. "?Dorf bur
AN LYN GUSH JAIL CHAPEL.
A View of tlio FrUouen? at tho Sunday
After breakfast nothing much happens
until tho chapel hour. Now tho3o pris?
oners who hnvo "gouo sick" aro visited
by tho surgeon or his assistant, nud if
tho cases are urgent aro sent across to tho
infirmary nt ouco. There is no regnlar
oell inspection; tho governor or his
deputy makes no round; thcro is no
"taking of roportB," no adjudication of
i pains and penalties for misconduct. All
this will stand over until Monday; oven.
those awaiting punishment, unless it is
for outrageous acts of violence or de?
fiance, turn out to go with their fellows
to ohapol. About 0 :30 tbe chapel boll
rings for tbo first servico, that of the
Roman Catholics, who in largo prisons
aro usually "located" or lodged iu one
part of tho prison, near thoir own chapol.
Tho bell for tho Church of England sorv
ico follows nt about 10 a. in.
Both on marching to chapol and when
seatod within it..tho various classes and
categories of prisonors aro kept strictly
separate from euch other. Males and fo
males approach tho chapel by different
rouds, enter by different doors and oc?
cupy different divisions, pews or places
apart. Among tho males, too, tho con?
victed aro kept from the uncouvictod
and tho dobtors from both. Tho women
? are generally seated first, behind a
screen or within a curtained off, rnilod
in iuclosure. They aro, of conrse, viai
blo to tho chaplain, but to no ouo olsc
but thoir own officers. Except for their
troblo voices hoard in responses and
hymns, thoir presence at tho sorvice
would bo unknown. Now and again,
however, an attempt to signal or coni
ninnicato has been tried by individuals
of opposite sexes; when a dry cough,
persistently repoatcd, in the femalo pew
finds an answer in another part of the j
chapel, it affords a shrewd suspiciou J
that frionds nro trying to use some code
inado up outsido beforo imprisonment.
Ouo othor class is unhappily to be
found at timos in tho jail chapel?a
very distinct class.but seldom containing
more than one representative. This is
sometimes a "condemned" man in pris?
on?ouo on whom tho extreme penalty
has been passed, and who, by thu usual
custom, is allowed "threo clear Sun?
days" boforo tho awful sentencb is ac?
complished. A condomned convict, al?
though he is nover left alone, being as?
sociated day and night with two war?
dens as guardians, is nover permitted tc
seo or bo seen by other prisoners.?Lon?
Not tho rince For tho Soup. ? I
A famous French priinu donna when
acting delights in a big basin of soup,
smoking hot and well flavored with
grated cheese. On ono occasion ehe was
engaged for a fow nights at Marseilles,
and her first thought on arriving there
was to inquiro where she could order her
favorite dish. Sho was rccomuieudod to
patronize a humble restaurant just by
tho theater, and going thero gavo hci
order in person.
At ? o'clock, as arranged, mine host
called his serving maid, and placing a
gigantic tureen in her hands told her tc
tako it to Mino. C-on tho stage. He
added that orders had been given to let
her pass with her bowl, and on (he
girFs assurance that sho wonld recognize
tho cantutrico sent her off with tho soup.
Everybody gavo way before tho servant
carrying tho sacred meal of tho star,
when suddenly between tho wings she
caught sight of tho prim a donna, who
was singing tho fiualo of tho first act of
Ravenswood and Iiis betrothed wore
just about to begin tho passionate .scene
which brings down tho curtain when the
maid entered and placed the'tureen on
tho mossy bank in front of tho fountain.
Then lifting up the covor and pinnging
in a spoon sho exclaimed to tho stupe?
faction of actors and audience alike:
"Begging your pardon for interrupt?
ing you, sir, and tho lad}-, but hero's
tho soup. "?London Tit-Bits.
To Name .Sprliisflrld'H Four Hundred.
It has been seven years since a Blue
Book was printed, and in tliattime there
havo boon many social changes. Some
havo dropped out of tho charmed circle,
some of the buds have devoloped into
matrons, while others aro still serving
as bridesmaids. And some of the plo
bcians havo acquired property or gained
culture and are knocking for admission
at society's gate. All that is needed is
official recognition. Wo need a Blue
Book, the stars to indicate tho grado of
patricians. It will bo well for tho com?
piler to remain unidentified until the
book has been published, and then, as
in tho previous case, to promptly leave
town?to go far away mid stay away.
The Prico & Leo company, which lias
been compiling dry and accurato direc?
tories of Springfield, has the temerity
to announce that it is prepared to classi?
fy Spriugfield society. Tho preliminary
circulars are cut. Now is tho tiino to
get into lino if yon want a threo star
grade in tho firmament of the Four
Hundred. Tho Bine Book (numerator
has not started on her rounds yot. En?
tertain and go to entertainments. Tho
sheep and goats are lu be divided, and
it may again ho seven years before an?
other Blue Book division is made.?
Springfield (Mass.) Republican.
FixzzlhiK to Wheelmen.
Take a bicycle, balance it with ono
hand, having one pedal at its highest
point, tho other at its lowest. To the
lower ono tie a siting and pull it toward
tho rear of tho machine.
Which way will Iho bicycle go?
It will go backward.
Most people think it will go forward,
because the string tends to niovo the
pedals in tho direction they move when
tho machine is going forward.?Phila?
He?Wise men muko provorbs and
fools repeat them.
She?Yes; 1 wonder what wiso man
mado tho ono you just repeated.?Straud
General and Nervous Debility.
Weakness of Body and
Mind, Kirccta of Erroru
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band pbicton or aurry In good repair. Ap?
ply at 419 Campbell avenuo a. w. 3 9 3t*.
HELP W ANTE D?FEM a LB.
WANTBD?TWO GOOD COOKS (MAN AND
wife preferred) to do hotel cooking. Good
wages paid tho right cooka. Address "COOK,"
care Roanokb Times. 2 7 4t*
Alt TIMBBK WANTED.?WE HAVE
customor tor tract of good oak timber near
the Uno of the Norfolk and Western railroad.
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Collection Agents, Roanoke, Va. 3 9 lw.
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city oad town in tho United States to sell the
Columbian Hat Holders to tho ladleB. Tho only
perfect hat holders In existence; a snro protec?
tion to ladles' bats against any possibility of the
hnt blowing from the hoad. No further nso for
the destructive hat pin. Send tor sample
Nicklcd. 35 cents; aluminum, 35 cents. Give them
a fair trial, if not satisfactory return to me and
your money will be refunded. GEORGE J.
JOHNSON. No. 8, National German American
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AGENTS WANTED FOR THE SALE OF OUR
goods. A STRICTLY DUSlNbBS PROP?
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10 11 6m_
WANTBD?TWO OR THREE SALESMEN
for good territory, to handle our line of
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Ramon's Liver Pili removes the bile.
The Tonic Pellet tones up the system.
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_NOTICE OF MBBTINO.
THE FIFTH ANNUAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of the Oaklands Improvement
Company will he held In the office of the com?
pany at Roanoke. Va., on Thursday, February 27,
1896, at 3 o'clock p. m. A. D. RICE,
Roanoke, Va., Jan. S8,1896. Secretary.
THE PARTNERSHIP FORMERLY EXISTING
between E. L. Erb and S. W. Stone, under the
linn of Erb & Stone, Is this day dissolved by
rnntnal consent. Accounts one above named Arm
roust be paid to E. L. Erb, who will pay all
claims against said Urm. E. L. ERB.
8. W. STONE.
I with to thank the public for their liberal
patronage in the pant, ar.d to announce that 1
will continue the drug business at the old stand.
1 29 tt ERNEST L. EKB.
THE PARTNERSHIP HERETOFORE EXIST
lng between W. E. Andrews and W. R.
Engleby, under the style and llrm name of An?
drews .t Engleby, 1b thle day dissolved. All
accounts due the above Arm must be paid to W.
E. Andrews, who will pay all claims against said
firm. W. E. ANDREWS.
W. R. ENGLEBY.
I desire herewith to thank the public for their
patronage In the paet; also to notify them that I
will continue the china business at the old aland,
under the style of "The Andrews China Com?
pany." W. E. Andiiehh, Manager.
1 24?Im W. E. ANDREWS.
ALE OP ENOCH BROS.' STOCK OF GOODS.
By vlrtne of the provisions of a deed of trust
executed to me by Bnock Bros., bearing date
November 31.1896, and recorded in the clerk's
office of the corporation court of Koauokc city
on the same day, I will, for the next thirty days,
receive bids for the purchase of the stock of
goods in bulk conveyed to me In Bald deed. Bid?
ders will he allowed to examine stock and make
their bids on the basis of the cost prices of gooda
on hand on the 38th day of January, 1896. I re?
serve the right to reject all or any of the blda of?
fered. All bids must be filed by January 27th.
Signed at Roanoke, Va., December 29.1895.
12 29td. S.NYBURG, Trustee.
Opportunity for putting in bide on ahove men?
tioned stock is hereby extended to MONDAY,
By order S. NYBURG,
1 29 td Trustee.
THE DAY'S EYE.- -4
O marguerites! j
How yonr hillside home, from the uky to th?
Shone in the rammer boats.
With each of your silver selves a-nuiver,
A hundred thousand hearts of gold
To greet the opening day,
A hundred thousand at night to fold
In silver leaves away.
O marguerites 1
Opnl hned petals, fringed and fine,
Umber hearts with tho scent of pine,
You tangle Derosa tho autumn's path,
You nod tit her from tho limestone ledge;
A part of her beautiful aftermath
You leave to tho brown brook's edge,
Or, lostjn the heart of tho cedar woods,
You scatter intangible sweets
To woo her steps to your solitudes,
Beautiful marguerites 1
?Fanny K. Johnson in Youth's Companion.
Little Chnngo For These Precious Ones.
"What sort o' place do you reckon honV
on Is?" saltl Mosoly Wraggs, slowly shifting
his sent on tho park honoh nnd looking
dreamily out ovor tho bluo lake.
"The good hook says It's a plnro o'
rest," replied TufTold Knutt, squinting
contnmplat lvely at tho sun.
"It won't ho much of a chnngo, will
It?" rejoined Mosoly Wraggs, of tor a long
Insurance Adjuster and Broker.
t&T Prompt personal attontlon to Insurance In
every department, In any locality and In any
company. 13 tt 8m
JP E. DAVIS, Jit ,
Room 508 Terry Building,
w. O. HABDAWAY. ABOBEB L. PATHS I
jjardaway * paynk,
Rooms Nob. 4 and 6 Kirk Building,
SGriffin, Wm. A. Glasgow, Jb.,
* Bedford Oity, Va. Roanoke, Va.
GRIFFIN & GLASGOW,
Attorneys-at-law, rooms All, 612 and
14 Terry building, Roanoke, Va. Prao
oe in courts of Roanoke olty and
unty and adjoining counties._
Attorney-at-law and Commissioner
Lock box 110, Roanoke, Room 10,
Second Floor, Kirk Law Building.
WILLIAM LUN8FOBD A. BLAIB ANTBIM.
LUNSFORD & ANTRIM,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. ' " ":
Offiob?Masonic Temple, corner Jof
erson and Campbell streets.
ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY
IN BFFKOT JAN. lO. 180?.
Walnut ai _
.Toirerson. Vlnton. WestJEnd.
10 30 1 10 40
11 00 111 30
P M ! 19 10
8. W. JAMIHON,
President and General Manager.
SOHBDULB IN EFFECT DEC. 1, 1895. '
Westnonnd Leave Hoano&e Dally.
6:15 a. m. (Washington and Chattanooga
limited) for Bristol, intermediate sta?
tions and the South and rVest. Pull?
man sleepers to New Orleans and
Memphis. Conneots at Radford for
Blue-field and Pocahontas.
4:15 p. m. the C-hloago Express for Rad?
ford, Bluefleld, Pooahontas, Kenova,
Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis,
Kansas Olty, Columbus and Ohioago.
Pullman Buffet Sleeper Roanoke
to Columbus. Also for PulaskI,
Wythevllle, Bristol, Knoxville, Chat?
tanooga and Intermediate points. ,
Trains Arrive at Roanoke.
From Norfolk 5:55 a. m.; 4:15 p. m.
" Hagerstown 6:00 a. m.; 4:05 p. m.
" Winston 4:00 p. m.
" Bristol and the west 12:05 noon;
11:40 p. m.
North and Kastbonnd, Leave Boanoke
12:15 noon for Petersburg, Richmond
12:15 noon for Washington, H?gers?
town, Philadelphia and New York. t
11:50 p, m. for Riohmond and Norfoix. .
Pullman sleeper Roanoke to Norfolk (
and Lynchburg to Riohmond.
11.55 p. m. Washington and Ohatta?
nooga limited) for Washington,
Hagorstown, Philadelphia and New
York. Pullman sleejpers to Washing
ton, via Shenandoah Junction and
Baltimore and Ohio railroad
Durham Division?Leave Lynohburg
(Union station) daily 2:50 p. m. foi
South Boston apd Durham and inter*
Winston-Saloon Division?Leave Roa?
noke (Union station) dally 12:25 noon
and 8:00 a. m. daily, except Sunday
(Campbell street station), (or Rooky
Mount, Martlnsvllle, Wlnston-Salem
and Intermediate stations.
For all additional Information apply'
tioket offloe or to W. B. BE VILL,
General Passenger Agent, Roanoke, Va.
M. 7. BRAGG
Traveling Passenger Agent.