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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 15 February 1896

t The largest piece of -good tobacco ever sold for 10 cents and v The 5 cent piece is nearly as large as you vget of other high trades for 10 cents " A CONJURER'S TALE OF WOE. Confederate Produced n Handful of Change Instead fif a Marked Dollar. Carl Hortz, tho illusionist, was talk? ing of Koino of tho accidents that some? times Bpoil tho art of tho conjuror. "It wits in Nashville," he said, "that I experienced a real knock down blow. I was performing tho woll known trick of passing a marked coin into tho center of an uncut orange; at least that's what a good many people thought I was do iug. I used a silver dollar, and empha? sized tho trick by passing tho coin into tho pocket of sonio boy whom I had en? ticed on to tho stage. "I will openly coufoss that the boy had to ho a confederate, and that the marked dollar had its follow in ouo pre? viously prepared hy mo. Ouo night, as I was outoring tho thoater, I looked around t for a likely youth to aid mo in my don- ' bio dealing. I pi...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 15 February 1896

Some People Lose Their Head When if Conies, to W> made a BIG STUIKE when we introduced this line at $1.50. Try ? Pair. ?Twill prove YOUR head la lu the right place. Good Judgment Pursueth u llnrsrain. ROANQKE SHOE G0.? The Spot Cash Money Saver*, 13 JEFFERSON ST., - KOANOKE, VA. IHK ONLY first-CLASS LUMCH COUNTER in ROANOKE. Ur-TO DATE. CHEAP, and CLEAN. OPEN DAY ? NIGHT. The Pioneer of lQ tices. If Itwniu't for BONNER you would still he paying; U5c a meal. The Rest of everything the market liffordlt At Living Prices The Rest Oya< ters in Koanoke. Kvery style known to the culinary art. ronnekm Trade Mark. FAT MAN:? "My appotite Is good, my food Is good, and ot kkiku ^ ?. r-ic .? conrse I bourd It* rs to your 1,1 "1C lQ" atBonner'b" 'wife. I lure' Stop In and Inke a box of I- Kl I'll OYS BOXXFJt S RENT A URA XT. JERSEY DAIRY CO. Milk, Butter, Cream, Ice-Cream and Dairy Supplies Delivered Promptly to Any Part of the city. ES^Phone No. 38. andy J. HUFF, 1 2-ly Man...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 16 February 1896

DAILY VOli. XIV_No. 430 l'ttircfci TUltEE CENTS. B?ANOKE, VA., SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IG, 189G. FUIX ASSOCIATED 1>RKSS TELEGKABIS. . ALL THE NEWS OF TUE 1VUKLU. r~l THB WllATi: ICtt. I_j Forecast for Vircintn: Decidedly I colder with moderate void nave lu northern portion; northwesterly winds. Roof Painting Comes directly in our line of buainess. Wj have the beBt matecm nod the linemen to supply them. Your Order, 1'Icuhc. Boanoke Roofing and Metal (tfrntce Co., Commerce Bt. and Hrauhlfh Bond. J. B. COLLINOWOOD, - \ Manager. - 'Phono 828. buist's^ Prize Medal Garden Seel FOR SALE AT 10? .lollorsoii St root. Call nnd get Catalogue and Prices Before Buying. A Few Books WORTHY OF NOTE. TbomaH Hardy Popular Novels. Fe?H oT tlie lJ'UrbervllloH. The Return of the Native* Jude Hie Obscure. Mario Correllt. The Sorrows of Satan. Barrabus. Tltelraa,Xtc. Stanley Wrynmw. A Getleman of Franco. Uudor the Red Robe. Tho Red Cockado. My Lady Nobody. (Maartnus ) In Days of Aufd Lang 8yno (MacLarc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 16 February 1896

Optiife. The time will soon be here when it will be difficult to buy or rent a house in Roanoke at anything like the present figures. If you miss the present op? portunity, you will have to pay your next door neighbor a nice Profit for your lack of faith in Roanoke. ? FOR? Mnefce Mine sn Hen: 6-room house on lot 40x149 feet, very convenient to the shops. Price $800; 8100 cash, balance 810 per month, Large S-room house on good lot and in few minutes walk of th i shops. Price Si,300; 8100 oasb, balance S12 50 per month. 7-room house on Tazawell street,large lot; house cost SI,500 to build. Price $1,350; S100 cash, balance 812 50 per month. Also 0 room house In four mlnuteB walk of the shops. Price, $600; $50 oash, balance $6 per month. More Centrally Locale!. 8 room brick houso in best location. Price for quick sale, 82,000; S200 cash, balance 8(8 per month. If you are looking for something good tnls is it. 7-room house on John street, large lot, $1,800; S300 cash, balance $15 per mon...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 16 February 1896

m IS castor i a Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitcher's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic substance. It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric, Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use by Millions of Mothers.* Castoria destroys Worms and allays leverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas? toria is the Children's Panacea?the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castoria is an excellent medicine for chll ? .ten. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their children." Dr. O. C. Osgood, _____ Lowell, Mass. "Castoria is the best remedy for children of which I nm acquainted. I hope the dny is not far distant when mothers will consider the real interest of their childre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 16 February 1896

ELASTIC ENDS ADO TO THE STRENGTH ost SHOULDER hrace9. a fair lacking this quality, no matter how si KONG in otdbk rkspkcts.will NOT be 80 desirable. The Knickerbocker Shoulder Brace and Suspender Combined aas TnE above mentioned quautv, bksioes being the cheapest and only reliable combined brace and suspen? der in the market. sixes for HEN, women, bots and girls. examine them. Van Lear Bros., Successors to Christian-Barboo Drug Co. THE TIMES. BVBRT HORNING, SXCBl'T MONDAY BOANOKB PUBLISHING CO.. Publishers and Proprlators, TIMES BUILDING, 12S CAMPBELL AVRN?B 8. W. THUMS BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month. i .50 " three months.1.60 ?* Blx months.8.00 ?* one year. In advance .... b.OO unday Edition, one year .... 1.00 Tnn Tinas Is a lnomnor ot the Associated fress?the greatest news-collecting association In the world?and receives over a apodal wire the Sail telegraphic nows service ot the Associated Press?the camo news from all over the United States and the world that Is sim...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 16 February 1896

Special Sale COMMENCING MONDAY AND CONTINUING UNTIL ALL ARE SOLD. Ton Different Lots, Arra?Eefl as Follows: iOT I?75c and $1 WhiteSkirts, closing price 39c. LOT 2?$1.25 and $1.50 White Skiits, closing price 50c LOT 3?$1.75 and $2 White Skirts, closing price 85c LOT 4?75c Night Gowns, clos? ing price 25c. LOT 5-${.25 Night Gowns, closing price 49c. LOT 6-$ 150 Night Gowns, closing price 75c. LOT 7?$1 and $1.50 Chemise, closing price 49c. LOT 8?$ I Muslin Krawers, closing price 39c. LOT 9?SI.25 and $1.50 Muslin ' Drawers, closing 49c LOT 10-75c and $1 Corset Waists, closing 25c. All the above garments are trimmed with good quality Ham? burg Edging and Torschon Lace Only a few more of t hose Cor? sets lvtt we advertised last week, in large sizes, at 25c. 5 dozen Kid Gloves left, as? sorted sizes, at 50c per pair. lOO Leather Kelts, former price from 25e to 50c, closing price 10c. NEW SPRING GOODS ARRIV? ING DAILY. High Clas3 Novelties in all the new shades. Come early and obtain the pi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 16 February 1896

-rev Your Husband is he not dear to you? Should ycu not be careful of his health? Maybe lie is sometimes weak and ran down from the effects of over? work, or worry, or carelessness. But you need not be alarmed; a tabicspoonful of Brown's iron Bitters three times a day for a week or two will make him well and strong. And this is how it docs it: It purifies and enriches the blood end gently stimulates the action of the vital organs, and helps them per? form their proper offices. Don't neglect trifling ailments. Brown's Iron Bitters is pleasant to take, and it will not stain the teeth nor cause constipation. See the crossed red Jiiie.s on the wrapper. Our book, "How to Live a Hundred Yean," tells all about it; free lor tc. stamp. 59 BROWN CHEMICAL CO., BALTIMORE, MO. Large Enrollment at i NATIONAL BUSINESS COLLEGE ml ? m 33 ! y..Ulii VISITORS are welcome to inspect the work. Nothing pays better than a Good Business Education. p. p. p CURES ALL SKIN Physicians eDdoreo 1*. P. P. as a spl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 16 February 1896

The largest piece of &ood tobacco ever sold fono cents and Ine Scent piece is nearly ras arge as you ^et of other high grades for 10 cents A PALACE CAE WAIF. Tho Pacific overland, west bound, pulled out of tho stm ion nt Modloino How and straightened for tho run across tho Lara min plains to Huwlins. Down through tlio gap whore the North Platte breaks the barrier of tho Rookies tho north wind came sweeping, hearing before it great drifts of snow that eddied and swirled about tho cabs of tho two locomotives, but with no sign as yet of banking up on the track. Tho engines, pulling and blowing, made bravo way against tho blizzard, and from the cab of tho foremost the engineer looked out, keen eyed, against tho blast, though tho bits of ice in tho wind stung his face like the flicks of a whip. Tho firemen, swart wj 1 coal dust and stripped to their undershl i, even in thnt temperature, stondily pt their fires going, and now and again bent low to the furnace doors to melt fro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 16 February 1896

Some People Lose Their Head When it Comes to W* made a BIG STHIKE when we iotrcduced this hue at $!o50. Try n Pniv. 'Twill prove YOUR head is in the right place. Good Judgment Pursueth n Bargain. ROANOKE SHOE CO., The Spot Hash Money Snrcrs, 13 JEFFERSON ST., - KOANOKE, TA. THE LEADING RESTAURANT IN ROANOKE, AND THE BEST IN AMERICA FOB THE PRICHS. ill the Delicacies of the Season Served nt reasonable prices. The Table Is always supplied with the best that la to be bad In tho markets. SERVICE FIRST-CLASS. Pf" The only Bostaurant In the city with a separuco Dining Room for Ladles. Meal Tickets, 21 Meals, $4. Monthly Board $15. CA.TOG-irrs? THE LI 1?It AI'. V BENEFIT. Indications Are That It Will ho a Most Successful AITalr. A special effort is being mado to In creaeo tbo membership of the l'ublic Library Association and to that end tho patrons have prepared on enti? talnmont which will t> . directly unde r the control ot \V. Walley Davis aud which will bo Riven at tho Acade...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 February 1896

i THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. VOI,. XIV.-No. 4SI. I'M It: i: niKi.K CENTS. ROANOKE, VA., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1896. FVXX ASSOCIATED I'KBSS TKLEGRAH8. ALL THE NEWS OF THE WUItl.D. THB WliATUER. Forecast for Virginia: Fair, pre I oeden by light snow la eastern por? tion in the early morning; slowly rising *temperaturo Tuesday; decidedly warmer "Wednesday; varlablo winds becoming southerly. The Roof. We have the paint?you j have the roof. We'll make the connection, If You Say So! Boanoke Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce Rt. and Franklin Bosd. J. B. GOLLINGW?OD,-Manager. - 'Phone 828. BUIST'S Piize Medal Garden ?ee FOR SALE AT f Pa 100 JeflcrHon Street. Call and get Catalogue aud Trices Before Buying. A Few Books WORTHY OF NOTE: Thomas Hardy's Popular VovcIk: Tcss of the D'lJrbcvllles. The Return of tho Native, ?l?de the Obscuro. Sli.lie Correlli: The Sorrows of Satan, Barrabus, Theluia,'KU-. Str.ulcy Wcymaa: A Oentleinnn of France, ., Under the Red Rdbo. The Rod Cocicade. r 'in . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 February 1896

W. H. RuthrauiT lost a largo draft horeo Sunday from botts. Dr. J. B. Taylor preaohed at Holltns Institute Sunday evening. Prof. Ohas. L. Cooke, of Holllns Insti? tute, was in town yeBterday. Mrs. 8. M. Martin has returned home trom visiting relatives in Bedford county. There will be a meeting of the Wood? men of the Wor.d to-night in the town .hall at 7:30. Chas. H. Cocke, who was recently in? jured in Roanoke, is improving and is able to be about his room. Licenses were issued from the clerk's cflloeyeBterday to Samuel 0. Hall and Miss Mollle L. Wright and on last Sat? urday to W. E. Furrow and Miss Julia Ann Booths, all of this county. The Shenandoah Argus states that Evangelist C. B. StrouBe and Prof. W. E. Burnett are holding successful and interesting moetlngs. Many are turned avway from the evening services and great good is expected. 'Squire Camper issued a warrant yes? terday for the arrest of Qeorge Shep pard, colored, oharged with stealing an overcoat from Wm. H. Roberts,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 February 1896

HELIOTROPE QUICKSTEP. Alleijrocon hrio. oscar vermilyea. fg p|p pp p |1 -p p -p rietrJ?fc gg 1 iM-tt ?_\? M i ??H??? P 6 d II eu^ g if f f f i j y f f i j f ;y -?-Sr ??g: IT ,t> yfJU4 y 111 ^ utf-^-^Etf-r-=E :-jc? 5 -?-_i * * / i i r ^ -t?-rr*Hr ?5t uff,f,f fffu ^ U 1?-S^* I =? g p? p p p_lsj ^?F i Copyright, 18%, by True Haw York Music ax Bmobd Go, FlNB. -x?=i S3* r r i i?a: :f.r*:rfc*. :g 1_g J =I==? :? Belie trope Quickstep, j FINANCE AND COMWERC J Mew York Stock Market. Nkw York, Feb. 17.?Speculation on tbe stook exchange to-day wu mainly confined to tbe borne aooount, owing to tbe fact tbat the London stock market was so narrow as to afford little oppor tunlty for arbitrage operations here. The general market was somewhat de? pressed In the early trading, owing to tbe development ot a roalizlng move? ment, whloh quickly spent Its force, though assisted by lower prices from London. The industrial snares were weak, but the only reactions exceeding fractional limits wer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 February 1896

[USTIC ENDS ADD TO THE STRENGTH OF SUOl'LUKK iiltACKS. A PAIR LACKING THIS QVAUtli NO 1WATTEK HOW SI HONG IN OTHBK RESPECTS, AV1LL NOT BE 80 DESIRABLE. The Knickerbocker Shoulder Brace and Suspender Combined HAS THE ABOVE MENTIONED QUALITY, BESIDES BEING THE CHEAPEST AND ONLY RELIABLE COMBINED BRACE AND SUSPEN? DER IN THE MARKET. SIZES FOR MBN, WOMEN, BOTS AND GIKL8. EXAMINE THEM. Van Lear Bros.,?^ Successors to Chrlatlan-Harboo Drug Co. THE TIMES. BYHBY MORNING, BXCBPT MONDAY BOANOKJi PUBLISHING CO., PnNlahe-a and Proprietors, TIMK3 BUILDING, 1? OAMTBBLL AVBNUE 8. W. TERMS BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, ono month. ? " threo months ..... i.ou M six months. ?* one year. In advance .... B.w unday Edition, one year .... 1.00 The Times Is a mem nor ol the Aesoclatod rroes?the greatost nows-collectlng association In tho world?and receives over a special wire the full telegraphic news service ot the Associated Frees? tho samo nows from all over tho United States and the world that Is s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 February 1896

Special Sale COMMENCING MONDAY AND CONTINUING UNTIL ALL ARE SOLD. Ten Different Lots, Arransefl as Follows: LOT I?75c and $1 White Skirts, closing price 39c. LOT 2?$1.25 and $1.50 White Skirts, closing price 50c LOT 3?$1.75 and $2 White Skirts, closing price 85c LOT 4?75c Night Gowns, clos? ing price 25c. LOT 5?$1.25 Night Gswns, closing price 49c. LOT 6?$ I 50 Night Gowns, closing price 75c. LOT 7?$ I and $1.50 Chemise, closing price 49c. LOT 8?$1 Muslin Drawers, closing price 39c. LOT 9?$1.25 and $1.50 Muslin , Drawers, closing 49c />TI -75c and $1 Corset Waists, closing 25c. All the above garments are tri?, 'ed with good-quality Ham? burg edging and forschen Lace Only a rcw more of those Cor? set* lelt we advertised last nock, in large sixes, at 25c. 5 dozen Kid <4 loves left, as? sorted sixes, at .10c per pair. KM) Leather Kelts, former price from 25c to 50c, closing price lOe. NEW SPRING GOODS ARRIV? ING DAILY. High Class Novelties in all the new shades. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 February 1896

What's the Use of Waiting ? "They " ffty "all things conio to him who waitf," but wo have not boon waiting, and wo don't proposo to wait. "Wo KNOW our prices aro right, our work A-l, and if you don't Roinok?, V?_?89 M_ To BALL & MAY, Dr. T?tm?_ GROCERS bring us work wo will como after it, in one wny or another, cither by bringing to your notico our prices, facilities and quality of execution, or personal intorviows. Wo aro not grumbling ; fur from it. Wo'vo bad our share ; wo aro still getting our share But we havo placed at your disposal a niodorn, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with such facilities as to command admiration from all ith whom wo havo business intorcoureo. Wo aro not waiting; haven't timo to wait. An Up-to-Date Printing Office. Ono of tho vows tbo writer mado when ho was "dovil" in a country printing ofiico was, in effect, that if ho over owned or man agod a printing establishment, it would bo kept clean, at least by comparison. At that timo ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 February 1896

"Something to Crow About/' w& EB&bEAj ^"Imtw^ ^aBaS*" The fargest piece .of good tobacco ever .sold for 10 cents T, , m .and r??rfl =eont plece is nearly tgm !af# as you ^et of of her Lllgh grades for .10 cents CRANKY GUESTS. Experience of lintel Clerk? In Dealing With Sorna of Them. "I cnunut sloop in that room," said a guost at a hotel in this city last oveuing as ho walked to tho desk in tho oflico and throw tho key upon it. "Wh is tho mutter with it?" asked cleX J There is nothing tho matter with it except that tho bod is in tho wrong phico," the guest replied. "For more than 20 years I havo slept in a bed with tf head toward tho north, and it has b> mo such u habit with mo that it Wt jld bo actually impossible for mo to sleep with tho head in any other direc? tion. " "It will bo impossible for mo to give you a room containing a bed with tho head in that direction," said the clerk. "Tho hotel is well filled tonight, and I have only two vacant r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 February 1896

Some People Lose Their Head When it Comes to We made a BIG STRIKE when we introduced this line at ?Twill prove YOUR head is the right place. Good Judgment Pursucth Iturgnin. ROANQKE SHOE CO., Tbo Spot Cash Money Havers, 13 JKFFEKSON ST., - KOANOKE, VA. TUB ONLY FIRST-CLASS LUNCH COCNTKU IN KOANOKE. Ul'-TO 3>ATI-:. CHEAP, AND CLEAN. OPEN DAY m NIGHT, The Pioneer of Low Prices. BONMfetC'? Trade Murk. FAT MAN:? "My appetite is good, my food If Itwnsn't for IIONNKK y II II *otild still lie paying ;t?o a meal. Tho Host of everything the market aifortlfc At Living Prices Tho Best Oys? ters in Koauoke. Kvery style known to the culinary art. Stop take In and box of LEAN MAN:? Is good, and of kuiel? O Tw-, COtirse I board U.,, us to ?011P| in the atBonner'a" wir? I tttru." BONNERN RESTAURA XT. TBE LEADING T iN ROANOKE, AND TFIE 11F.ST IN AMERICA FOR THE PRICES. All the Delicacies of the Season Served nt reasonable prices. Tho Table in always supplied with the bust that is to be ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 19 February 1896

THE RQANQKE DAILY TIMES. aisS&a&ta^._ RQANQKE, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY Ii), 180G ^??? SSSSSggL. i i I i i i _ ' | ? -M.wtrvr? 4LL TUE NKWS OF THE WOUIOJ. TUB WEiTHEK. Forecast for Virginia: Fair and wanner; southwesterly winds. It i But look at the roofs we have painted, observe their appear? ance, and on whose houRes, and then look at others. Nur Ced. Roanoke Roofing ana Metal Cornice Co,/ Commerce 8t. and Franklin Boad. f J. B. COLLING WOOD,-Manager. - 'Phone 928. A. Sensoiiablo Ami Reliable Friend For TliCBO Cold \ightH \ ?" ?????? i i i Is one of our Hot Water Hags. Now is the time to buy oneAbc cause it may save a severe sf&k uess to have one ready in ca\e of sudden chillB or colds. Hea\ cures many pains and this is the best way to apply it. Nl/.r.S, 1 TO 4 OUARTS. WORTHY OF NOTE: Thomas Hardy'x Popular Novels: Teas of the D'UrbovllIes. Tho Kol urn of the Native, .1 iide the Obscure. Mario Correlll: Tho Sorrows of Satan, Bnrrahus, Theliua, E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 19 February 1896

Disease is an effect, twtacansc. Its origin is within; its manifestations without. Hence, to cure the disease the cause must be removed, and In no other way can a cure ever be effected. Werner's SAFE Cure is established on lust this principal. It realizes that 95 PER CENT, of all diseases arise from deranged Kidneys and Liver, and it strikes at once at the root ol the difficulty. The elements ol which it is composed act directly upon these great organs, both as a food and restorer, and, dv placing them In a healthy condition, drives disease and pain from the system. r For the innumerable troubles caused by unhealthy Kidneys, Liverand Urinary Organs; for the distressing Disorders of Women; for all Nervous Affections, and physical derangements generally, this great remedy has no equal. Its past record is a guarantee for the future. WARNER'S SAFE CURE CO., ? London, Rochcater,Melbourne,Frankfort,Totonto,Pari3. Mm 'Squire Swavely, of Roanoke, came up yesterday on business. Nothing of im...

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