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remember it. It contains Washing Powder that cleans everything quickly, cheaply and perfectly. For economy buy 41b. package Til K Ji. K. FAIUBANK COMPANY, Chicago, St. Louis, Now York, Boston, railadelphU. I have used for Consumption, and can recommend it above all others for Coughs and Colds. It is selling; like hot cakes. ^P*Z&Sff+rFtn*,r Jt*tJ9* GUSTAV FALK, Druggist, Iff*^^^^? Winten Place, Ohio. CURE ran C^WTl3N'rSS(^ August 31, 1897. DON'T BE DECEIVE! That Cannot be Put in Good Order at the New Home Office, 309 Henry Street, Roanoke Va., where can be found the kink drop Cabinet, admired hv bo many peo? ple for beauty an i) convenience; a i.so a variety of different ma? chines made dt this company, which, if examined by those wh > wish to buy, side i1v side with the otiieb makes of mach inks, can read? ily bee they deserve ale the praibkthet ii avk merited in finish, durability, light-running and per? fect'work. Pl.kase call and inspect machine and investigate the low prices before you buy. i remain, respectfully, W. H. STRICKLER, 309 Henry St. Rovni ke, Va. HIGH UP ABOVE EVERYTHING ju the confectionery line you will linil the purity und quality of our high ernde candies. Our delicious chocolates, cara? mels, msrahmallows, nut candies, French hon lions, and almonds can't he excelled for exquisite davor, consistency orqual ity. _ J. J. CATOGNi, nai.km avknue. IT WILL SURPRISE YOU. In order to prove the great, merit of Ely's ("ream 'Balm, the most effective cure for Catarrh and Cold In Head, your druggist will supply a geuerous 10 cent trial size or we will mail for 10 cents. "?'uTl size 50 cents. ?ELY BROS., 50 Warren St., N. Y. City. (Ely's Cream Balm has completely .red me of catarrh when everything else iled. Many acquaintances have used it ? Ith excellent rosults.?Alfred W. Ste? ens, Caldwell, Ohio. THE BELLED TEAMS ARE STILL UNNING. W. K. ANDREWS & CO., e OLDEST FIRM OF COAL AND OOD DEALERS in the city, are AT (E OLD STAND, 210 ?alem avenue, dy to serve you on short notice. i SHANER'S GUARANTEE. II you own a horse go to .507 Salem ave ,'ae and see what J. &. Shatter, the Ken? tucky horseshoor, will guarantee to do for your horse. His work stands on its merits, and his p-lces are right. 3reakfast 25 cents: dinner, 25 cents; supper, 25 ceuts. Meal tickets, $4. J. J. Catognl's restaurant TO WHOM IT MAY CONGEBN Oilier SoMllicrn KxprcMM Conipniiy, Itiianokf, Vn? October 271 IKD7. All shipments on hand six in< niths or more will be sold tor charges at No. 207 Jeffer? son street, Koanoke, Va., on SATURDAY, November 27,1897, at 10 o'clock a. m. See posters. R. A. BUCK NEU, Agent. W. S. Greknway, Auction (M'r- 11-1.1.10,31,27 9 Real Estate and Rental Agent, 110i Jefferson St., Roanoke, Va. -Foi the Lynchburg Perpetual -Building and Loan Co. A. J. BVANS. F. M. 11UTT. C. 11. PKIOfi. S, BUTT & PRICE, (Hnccespore to ICvong Bros.) E. Keep n Fu'l and Complete Lin? ol Every Article Known to the Hardware Trade. Wo Invite an Inspeci .ou of Our Stock and Prices. 22 Campbell Avenue. SEMONES, WjSS0 DENTIST, ^'^.. ^='"Jr Sec aud floor. DEVON! DYEING AND CLEANSING ES? TABLISHMENT. Ladies' and Gentlemen's Winter Clothes cleaned and dyed to perfection. Good work guaranteed. 1 10 Campbell avenue. J. DEVON. Proprietor. Hygltnlc Tnltto of Onlonn. The wonderful faculty which onions possess of absorbing disease germs ought to be written In letters of gold before the eyes of every householder, says n French ccok, who confesses a liking?vulgar as It is considered?for both onions and garlic. Merely bang? ing In a net. onions will purify an apartment. Especially in cases of small-pox und diphtheria they have great power. A dish of raw onions sliced and set In the sick room will draw away the disease. As their odor gives out they should bo replaced by fresh ones. For Kb great medicinal and useful properties the onion mer? its more particular study. sight <>r liirtls. The organ of sight is more highly developed in birds than In any other animal. Naturalists declare that trio keslral is possessed of such wonderful powers of sight that it is able to see a mouse when it is itself at such a height in tho air that It Is invisible to the naked human eye. silk Wal-.!* will Not Down. In spite of all effort to accomplish its downfall It seems probable that silk waists Will still be worn. CASTORIA. THE SURPRISE OF ALL. Mr. .Tames Jones, of the drug firm of Jones He Son, Cowden, III., in spenking of Dr. King's New Discovery, says, that last winter his wife was attacked with la grippe. a??d her case grew st. serious that physicians at Cowden and Pana could do nothing for her. It seemed to develop into hasty conminption. Having Dr. Kinc'n New Discovery in store, and sell? ing lots of it, he took a bottle Lome, and to tho surprise of all she began to get better froi.t first dose, and half dozen dollar bottles cured her sound and well. Dr. King's New Discovery for consump? tion, coughs and cold3 is guaranteed tojdo I this good work. Try it. Free trial bottles at Massie's Pharmacy. HOW TO CUKE BILIOUS COLIC. I suffered for weeks with colic and pains in my stomach caused by bilious? ness and had to take medicine all the while until I used Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, which cured me. I have since recommended it to n great many people. Mrs. F. Butlei, Fairhaven, Conn. Persons who nre sub? ject to bilious colic can ward off the at? tack by takln? this remedy as soou as the first, symptoms appear. Sold by II. C. Barnes. "He puts up prescriptions." w^gg.wmwmmmmmmm????w I 1 (.AI. NOTICES, TRUSTEE'S SALE?BY VIRTUE OF a deeil of trust dated January 20, '1801, recorded in deed book 57, page 8515, of Roanoke hustings court clerk's ofPce, executed by W. J. and L. Blair, Jr., de? fault having been ma'le in the payment of tho debt therein secured, and being required so to do by the benellciarv, I shall on the 11TH DAY' OF DECEM? BER, 1897, at 12 o'clock in., in front of the eourtnouse in Roanoke city, sell by public auction to the highest bidder for cash the lot conveyed tu said deed, lying on tho ea?t side of Franklin road 100 feet south of Walnut street, fronting 50 feet on Franklin rend and extending back be? tween parallel linps to an alley, fully de? scribed in said deed. A. E. KING, Trustee. TRUSTEE'S SALE.?BY VIRTUE OF a deed of trust dated January 20, 1891, recorded in deed book 57, nage 237, of Roanoke hustings court clerk's oflice.ex? ecuted by W.J. and L. Blair, Jr.. default having been mnde in the payment of the debt therein secured, and being required so to do by the heueficinry, I shall on THE HTli DAY OF DECEMBER, 1897, at 12:10 o'clock p. in., in front of the courthouse in Roanoke city, sell by pub? lic auction to the highest bidder for cash thejjlot conveyed in said deed,lying on the east side cf Franklin road 250 feet south of Walnut street, fronting -17.7 feet on Franklin road nnd extending buck be? tween parallel lines to an alley, and fully described in snid deed. A. E. KING, Trustee. TRUSTEE'S SALE?BY VIRTUE OV a deed of trust dated January 20, 1891, recorded In deed book 57, page 2'I3, of Roanoke hustings court clerk's oflice, executed by W. J. and L. Blair, Jr., de? fault having been made in the payment of the debt therein secured, and being re? quired so ro do by tho beneficiary, I shall on the 11th DAY OF DECEMBER, 181)7, ar 12:20 o'clock p. in., in front of the court house in Roanoke city, pell by pub lie auction to the highest bidder for ensh the lot conveyed in sai? deed, lying on the east side of Franklin Road 200 feet sruth of Walnut street, fronting 50 feet on Franklin road and extending back between parallel lines to alley, and fully described in said deed. A. E. KING. Trustee. TRUSTEE'S SALE.?BY VIRTUE of a deed of trust executed on the 22nd day of April. 1801, by John B. Phillips, recorded in the clerk's ofrlce of the hust? ings court foi the city of Roanoke, in deed book 71, page 80. whereby tho here? inafter uescr I bed property was conveyed to ma in trust to secure a certain debt theicin mentioned, and default having been made in the payment of tho same, and having been requested so to do by the beneficiary therein. I will, on the 15TH DAY ()*F DECEMBER, 1897, at 12 o'clock in., in frcnt of the courthouse In the city of Roanoke. offer for sale at public, auction, to the highest bidder, th< property mentioned and described ii said deed, wh'ch is bounded and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the west sldn of Roanoke street 219.0 feet south of Church street, thence south 82 degrees west 150 feet to a point, south 8 degrees east 73 feet to Luck stieet; thence with the same north 82 degrees east 150 feet to Konnoke ntreet, tlipnce with the same north. 8 degrees west 73 feet to the place of beginning. TERMS OP SALE:?Cash sufficient to pay ?Otts of sale, including trustee's leiral commission, and the su:r of $5, 593 32, including Imbuice on debt, with interest to December 15, 1897, and the residue upon a credit of six and twelve months from the date of sale, evidenced by notes of the purchaser, secured In? deed of trtist upon the property sold. ROB T. E SCOTT, Trustee. TRUSTEE'S AND COMMISSIONER'S sale.?In pursuance of H decree entered September the 80th, is:i7, in the chan? cery suit of Alice J. Bresltn against Jcel H. Cntchin et als, pending in tho cir? cuit court for the city of Roanoke, Yir uinia, the undersigned trustee and ppic ial commissioner will ot: MuXDAY, LKliAL KOT1CK8. THE OTH DAY OF DECEMBER, 1897, at twelve o'clock m., offer for sale, at public auction in front of the courthouse foi the city of Boanoke, Virginia, the fol lowiug described property sltuate?1 in the city of Koanoke, Virginia. Begiuuing m a point on the north side of Giltner street two hundred and ten feet east of Jefferson street nnd corner of lot of M. M. Carr; thenco with the line of said Carr north two degrees east i-m-hun? dred and twenty five feet to an alley; thenco with said alley south eighty-eight de? grees east fifty feet to a point, corner of lot of .T. J. Brcsliu: thrnco with* line of said Breslin two degrees west one hun? dred and twenty-five feet to Gilnier street; thence with Giltner street north eighty-eight degrees west fifty feet to the point of beginning. TERMS OF SALE: One hnlf of the purchase price in cash, the balance paya? ble iu six mouths from the day of sale, the purchaser to secure the defernd pay? ment by deed of trust upon the property and to insure the buildings upon the property and assign the policy to the trustee. JOEL. H. CUTOITIX, Trustee and Special Commissioner. Bond required by the decree in the above cause has been executed. S. S. BROOKE, Nov. 4, 1807 Clerk. BY VIRTUE OF A DEED OF TRUST dated the 17th day of October, 18!)2, and recorded iu the clerk's office of the hust? ings court for the city of Roanoke In deed book 81, page243, from George B. Kuhns to John K. Penn, trustee, for the purpose of securing th<* Roanoke Building Asso? ciation and Investment Company the sum of $2,205.90, evidenced by certain uotes therein set forth, und default hav? ing been inada in the terms of said deed of trust and being required so to do by the beneficiary thereunder,*!, in execution of said trust, will offer for sale at public auction in front of the courthouse on the BOTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 18117, at 13 o'clock M., the following described par? cel of land with its improvements, situa? ted in the city of Roanoke, Virginia: Begiuning ;.t a point on the northerly line ot Tazewell street 1*57 112 feet from the intersection of the westerly line of Randolph street and the northerly line of Tazewell street, thenco runniug in a northerly direction 107 12 feet to a point, thence running in southwesterly direction 25.11 fect to a point, thenco running southerly 112.65 feet to a point to the northerly line of Tazewell sreet. thence running northeasterly 20.22 feet to the pointof beginning and containing 2,820 0 square feet, more or less. TERMS OF RALE: Cash as to the costs of sale and tho sum of $075.58,with interest thereon from too 17th day of Oc? tober, 1892, and as to the sum of $1 )*>?">, with interest thereon from the 17th day of October, 1882, upon u credit, to become due in monthly installments of !?3;>, the liest of said installments to be made the 17th day of December, 1897,'and as to the sum of $?7.!Ki, ivith interest thereon from tho 17tb day of May, 18118, and as to the residue, if any, upen a credit of one and two years from the day of sale. ALICE H. PENN, Executrix of the will of John E. Penn, deceased. COMMISSIONER'S SALE.?IN P?R suancu of a decree iu the [chancery cause of \V. J, and L. Blair,.!r., vs. J. D. Paris by the hustings court lor the city of Roa? noke, Va., on the ?d day of February, 1890, aud of'a decree rendered in said cause on the 8th day of October, 181)7, by the circuit court ror said city in which last named court said cause is now pend? ing, the undersigned as special commis? sioner appointed by said first named de? cree, will offer for sale at public auction, to the highest bidder, iu front of the courthouse in the city of Roanoke, Va., ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27th, 1897, at 12 o'clock M., the following de? scribed lot of land iu said city, to-wit: Beginning at the northwest corner of Park street, and Alleghany Place, thence with latter south S.Vdegrt es west 13"2 feet to a point, thence north 5 degrees east 109 47-100 feet to an alley, thence with said alley north ,89 degrees 49 minutes east i:52 7? 10O feet to Park street, thence with latter south 5 degrees west 1215-10 feet to tno beginning. TERMS: One-third of the purchase money iu cash: balance payable in ejual instalments 0 and 12 months from day of sale, deferred payments to be evidenced by the interest bearing notes of the pur? chaser, secured by ieed of trust upon the property,or by good personal security, as may -eem best to the comuiissioui r. ARCH KB L. PAYNE, Special Commissioner. I, S. S. Brooke, clerk of the hustings court for the city o' Roanoke, Va., do hereby certify that the bond required of Archer L. Payne, special commissioner in the abov; cause, of W, J. and L. Blair, Jr., vs. ,T. ?. Paris, by decree of Febru? ary 3, 18911, hay been executed according tc law. Given under my hand this l.'lth day t?t October, 1S97. s. S. BROOKE, Clerk. BY VIRTUE OK A DEED OF trust dated the 18th day of August. 1890, from \V. J. and L. Blair, Jr. to the un? dersigned trustees for the purpose of .-.e curing'he Old Dominion Building aid Loan Association of Richmond, Virginia, the payment of certain sums ol money therein set forth, and default having been made in tho terms of said deed of irast, aud having been required so to do by the hoard of directors of said association, the undersigned will oiler for sale at pub lie auction on the premises on tho 25TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1897, at 12 o'clock tn., the following described parcel of land (with the improvements thereon) situated in the city of Roanoke, Virginia: Beginning at a print on the south side of Klin street "i0 feet west of Com met ce street, tneuce south 0 degret 8 SO minutes east 150 feet to an alley, thence with said alley south 88 degrees 30 minutes west. 45 feet to a point, thence north I) degrees 30 minutes west 150 feet to Elm street, thence with Klui street north 8s1 degrees 30 minutes east 45 feet to place of begin? ning. TERMS OF SALE:?Cash as to the costs of .sale, as well as t he sum of $1, 588.81, being 'he amount due under the deed of trust above mentioned, and as to the residue, upon a credit of one anil two years from day of "ale. with interest fron: date, and deferred payments being evidenced by the notes of the purchaser secured by a deed of trust upou the premises. LUCIAN H. COCKE, J. W. SHIELDS, JR., Trustees. PURSUANT TO THE TER ?IS OF a certain deed of trust executed on the 13th February. 1804, and recorded in the office of the clerk of the hustings court I'm-tin-city of Roanoke, Va., In deed book 01. prffie 37!). 1 shall on the 23d DA V OF NOVEMBER. 1807, at 12 o'clock noon, in front of the courthouse In Mid city, proceed to Bell at public auction the LKUAL N?TIUKH. iuterestconveyed tome by said deed In the following property, to-wit: First beginning at a point on the north sidi.' of Salem avenue in the city of ltoanoke and 35 feet west of Henry street, thence with Sa? lem avenue north 88 degrees west 33 feet to a point, thenco north 2 degrees east DO feet to nn alley, thence with taitl alley south 8S degrees east 33 feet to a point,thence south 2 degrees west 60 feet to the place of beginning. Being the same property conveyed by deed dated the 4th day of June, 1885, recorded in the otlice of the clerk of the hustings court for tho city of Roanoke, Ya., in f'eert book 'i, page 85. Second. Also one undivided half in? terest in all those certain lots in the city of Roanoke, Vs., lying on Nelson .street and hounded .is follows: Beginning at point on the west side of Nelson street 50 feet nor-h of Robertson street, thence north 88 decrees west 05 feet to a point, thence north 2* degrees east 125 feet to a point: thence south 88 degrees east 1)5 feet to Nelson ftrtet, thence with the same south* 2 degrees west 125 feet to the place of beginning, con tain int: 11,875 square feet, more or less, and known as lots 170, 177, 178, 170 ami 180,ward 5, together with all the ap? purtenances to the said lots belonging. It being the same property conveyed by deed dated the 25th of February, 1887, and recorded iu the office of the clerk of the hustings court for the city of Roan? oke, Ya., in deed hook' 17. page 378. Third. Also one undivided half inter? est, in the following property,' to-wit: Beginning at a point on the west ;'side of Nelson street, in the city of Roanoke, Va., 270 feet north of Bui litt street, thence uorth 80degrees west 110 feet to a point.thence north 10 degrees east 40 feet to an alley, thence with said alley north 75 degrees 30 minutes east 110.3 feet to Nelson street, thence with NeNou street south 10 degrees west 09 fees to the place of beginning, being a part of lot. 3, sec? tion 2, nuip of the Park Laud and 1m provementCompany, conveyed by deed dated the 23d day of May, 1892, from Thos. W. Miller, trustee. Fourth. Also ono undivided half of the following property to-wit:; Beginning at a point on the south'side of Pattonstreet, in the city of Roanoke. Va., 110 feet east of Jeirerson street, thence nlong Patton street south 88 de? grees east ,'J0.8 feet to a point, thence south 2 degrees west 125 feet to an alley, thence along sa'd alley north 88 degrees west 90.8 feet to a \ point,'"thence north 2 degrees east 125 feet to tho beginning. See ileed recorded in the ollice of tho clerk of the hustings court for the city of Roanoke, Ya., deed book S8, page 271. Fifth. Also ono undivided half inter? est in the following property, to-wit: Beginning at a'point on the northeast corner of Melro?o^avenue*Twelfth street, thence with Melrose avenue south 70 de? grees 1 minute 20 seconds cast 50 feet to a point, theuce north 13 degrees 58 iniu utes 40 seconds east 210 Icet. to tin alley, thence with said alley north 70 degrees 1 minute 20seconds west 50 feet to Twelfth street, thence with the same south 13 de? grees 58 minutes 40 seconds west 210 feet to the place of beginning, and designated ou the Melrose Land Company's map of the Melrose addition to the city of Ronn oke, Va., as lot No. 8, in section 7. It being tho same property conveyed by ileed recorded in the clerk's ollice of the hustings court for the city of Roanoke, Ya., in deed hook 55, page 99. Sixth. Also one undivided one-half in? terest iu the following property situated in the city of Roar.oke, Va., und bound? ed and described as follows: Beginning at a point on the north side of Melrose avenue 102 feet east of 1- if teenth street, thence with Mehose avenue south 70 degrees 1 minute 20 stconds east 50 feet to a point.thence north 13 deurees 58 minutes 40 seconds east 140 feet to an alley, theuce with said alley north 70 de? grees 1 minute 20 seconds west 50 feet to a point, thence south 13 degrees 58 minutes 4C seconds west 140 feet to the place of begin? ning, ami known as lot No. 11, in stction 30, according to the map of the Melrose Land Company, it I'elng the same prop? erty conveyed by deed of record iu the office of tin clerk of the hustings court, for the city of Btanoke.Ya., in iked book 55, page HI. TERMS OF SALE: The property will first be offered singly In the above lots and then as a whole antl knocked down to tho highest bidder. One-third cash will be required at rime of sale or the property will be [resold im? mediately; balance upon a credit of ono and two years, to bo secured by a dee.l of trust ou tue property. EDWARD LYLE, Trustee. L. C. IIANSBKOCGH, administrator 0. t a. of II. B. Moorman, deceased, com? plainant, against The Chester Land Co. et als., defendants, In chancery, in the circuit court lor the city of Roanoke, Yu. To L. C. liansbrough, administrator c. t. a. of R. B. Moot man, deceased, complainants, and k\ M. Wilhams. H. O. Mosher, J. I'. Sanderson. C A. Carpenter, R. B. Adams, Wilson H. Stiff, S. C London, A. N. I'it/.er, R. P. Johnson, J. 1). Trice, tiro. C.MeCahun, W. M. Dun lap, K. Ii. Hnne?, W. II. StilV. I. W. Staitz,.I. li. Daniel, A. D. Staitz, and II. C. K.iliotr, defendants. You, ami each of you, are hereby noti? fied that pursuant to a decree in the above styled cause, (tending In the cir? cuit court for the city of Roanoke, Va., wherein you are parties, entered therein by said court on the 0th day of October, 1.v,.t7. upon reference to the undersigned as special commissioner of said court, I have fixed upon Saturday, the 13th day of November, 1807, at 10 o'clock n. m., as the time, and my law ollice, mom 318 of the Terry building, in the city 01 Roa? noke, Ya, as the place to proceed to make, slate and report the following in? quiries and accounts as tlireeted by said decree. First, Whether the "said defendants above named are stockholders of the Crestoti band Company. Second, 'The amount of stock held I y each of Mild defendants who are fcuud to be stockholders of said company or any stork for which they or any of then, may be liable (0 pay the assessments thereon. Third, The amount paid on saitl stock by each of said stockholders and the amount remaining unpaid upon saitl stock by each of said stockholders. Fourth, An account of any other mat? ter deemed pertinent by said commis? sioner or requested by any of the parties affected by the decree Iu writing to be so .slated. Saitl decree 'urther provides that this order of publication shall bo equivalent to personal service upon each of the de ft utlauts mimed. You are therefore warned tobe present nt the time and place above named. Given under my hand as special commissioner, this the 13th day of t k-toler, lf>*.?7. EVERETT PERKINS, 10-1-1 l in. Special Commissioner. ROANOKE STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN BFFKOT OCTOBER 95.1897. a 74 0 00 9 40 11 Ofi F m 19 90 1 TO 1 4U 5 -30 3 00 3<0 4 10 6 00 6 40 700 V CO 10 90 Franklin Kund. a m 8 in 850 H 80 10 10 10 so 11 SO V m 19 1U 19 60 1 SO 2 10 v P a m 890 t? 00 ?41? 10 so 11 (0 11 40 F n 9 90 1 00 1 40 9 91) 1' M 9 M) a 3o 4 In 4 R0 6 so 6 10 ?CO 7 80 8 10 8B0 ?SO le io 1* M 1(C 340 4 9C ft ?C 6 40 69( 7 01 7 41 Sat 9 PC b 41 10 Sl a m 6 40 7 i 0 830 9 40 n io p m 13 20 8 a m ?SO 7 41 ? 00 10 90 11 40 r m 1 u S 9 Sa PMIl'M 1401 a vn 3 DO 490 6 40 7 Of 890 940 3 10 610 0 20 7 4U 9 I" 10 iO Halem car runs between Terry bnildlnsr and s'alem. First car (Sundays at 6:20 a. m. Tickeis between Roanoke and baiein can be purchased In Hoauoke at Vaugban's cigar stand, Terry building, and at Dlllard A Fersinger's Salem. Vtnton car runs be'^een Terry hnimlnc ard Vlnton. and cot urett? wlih Norwich aLd Crystal Sprint s cars. First car Sundays &U0 a. m. Norwich cur runs between union Depot and Norwich and connects with Vlnton and Cr<sial Springs raie. Trips marked "n" will ro thronuh toINorwIcb; ?!' oih?r trips will (top at Wocd rutns. First rnr Sundays 8:C0 a. m. College car rnns betwran Union Depot ai d Vlrglnw Colietc. via Mise ball Park, and con? nects with Norwich and Vinton cars. Crystal Bprlng car rnre between Union Dcrrt and Crystal Springs. Klrgt car Sui.dtys s:a a. m. West Eml car runs he'wecn Union Depot and *I1" street. drat car buudajs f:5i> a. m. Franklin Head car rnns between Union Dc pc t and 'l enth arenue ?. w. Kost lfoanoke enr runs between Union Depot and Lyucuburg avenue n. e. 8. W. Jamison. Qen'l Jt?r. Oflice, Rooms ice aud HC Terry linlldliiu. July 4, 1897. WESTBOUND LEAVE ROANOKE DAILY 8:10 a ru. (Washington and Chattanooga limited) for Bristol, Intermediate sta? tions and the South and West. Pull? man sleepers to New Orleans and Mem? phis. Connects at Radford for Blue Held and PocahontaB. 4:20 p. m., the Chicago Express for Rad? ford, Bluefield, Pocahoutas, Kenova, Cincinnati, Indianapolis, St. Louis, Kansas City, Columbus and Chicago. Pullman Buffet Sleeper Roanoke to Columbus. Also for Pulaski, Wythe ville, Bristol. Knoxville, Chattanooga and intermediate points. TRAINS AB RIVE AT ROANOKE. From Norfolk 7:50 a. m.; 4:10 p. m. From Hagerstown 7:50 a. m.; 4:05 p. r.>. From Winston 1:15 p. ni. From Bristol and the West 1:115 p m.: 10:30 p. in. NORTH AND EASTBOUND, LEAVE ROANOKE DAILY. 1:50 p m. for Petersburg, Richmond and Norfolk. 1:45 p. m. for Washington, Hager&towu, Philadelphia and New York. 10:45 p. in. for Richmond and Norfolk. Pullman sleepers Roanoke to Norfolk and Lynchhnrg to Richmond. 10:45 p. m. (Washington and Chattanooga limited) for Washington, Hagerstown, Philadelphia and New York. Pullman sleepers to Washington via. Shenau doah Junction and Baltimore and Ohio railroad. Durham Division?Leave Lynchhnrg (Union sta'ionV*daily, except Sunday", 4:00 p. in. for South Boston and Dur? ham and Intermediate stations. Winston Salem Division?L'ave Roanoke (Union station) 4:30 p. m. and 7:30 a. in. daily, except Sunday (Camp? bell street station), for Rocky Mount, Martlnsville, Wlnstou-Salem andiutei mediate stations. For all additional information apply at ticket office or to W. B. Bevill, General Passenger Agent, Roanoke, Va. M. F. Bragg. Traveling Passenger Agtat.