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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 4 March 1896

DUETT. For Soprano and Alto, cr Tenor art'J Bass. Words by JAMES BUSSEL LOWELL. 2>ressione. a*?jo -'S f??f -g? ^ $?9>?S j-d??? -t-r~ Music by A. FORRESTALL. J P - ?g 1. In - to the sun - shine, full li. Glad of all weath - era, seem of light, ing best, Leap - in?r and flash - ing Up - ward or down - ward, 0 :??I?j: ???x 4r * "-X1- X" -X V it"-* _|-1-,-^ ?X" ?i -?> 3SE om morn till night, ino - tiou thy rest. In - to Full of the moon a na ? light, will - ter ture uoth - ing than snow, can tame. -i 1Mb -?~ a?> e?-9 J2=?= -P-Q 22: Wav - ing Changed cv - so 'ry ?I flow'r - like mo - ment (a pp. --2. -1-1?1-, when Ihc winds blow, e - vor the same _j ?, ^ In - to Cease-less tho as -t. -1 ?_ _as: i -2" ? star pir ?i? m x light ing J?-.fit-CL ?>- JL -9-9-9 9-9 ?.?V -tf>- -6? ibrfTl Copyright, 1S95, by The New York Musical Record Co. ?So?o Alto. The Fountain.?3. AN ASCENT OF MOUNT ARARAT, J TI10 View From the Summit of the ."l...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 4 March 1896

Stylish In DESIGN, / I Striking in EHfctT, Endurin^SERVICE, Andf^u of COMFORT I 4'onl?lA?e I*ro<Iuce?l lor || <j?> Buch is the process of "PROGRESS" (eg ami that workman lias no w bail tools. >g IIE LEAVES THEM WITH SJ> US ONLY. 'M ? THE ROANOKE SHOE C0.9 i S T?e Spot Cas? Money Savers, (jg> JEFFERSON ST. ami SALEM AVE. Ii ROANOKE, VA. THE CORRECT THING IN Photos o'Jr carbonettes FHOTOORAPBER, 212 S- Jefferson St., Roanoke. THE only FIRST-CLASS LUNCH COUNTER IN ROANOKE. Ul'-TO I>ATE, CHEAT, AND CLEAN. OPEND?Ym? NIGHT. The Pioneer of Low Prices. ItONN er' < Trade .Mark. FAT MAN:? "My appetite If no oil, my rood is good, and ot course I board at Bonuer's" If It ira<n't for ISONNER you *ould still be paying :)5c a meal. Tho Rest of everything the market affords At Living 3'rlri? Tho Rest Oys? ters In Roanoko Kvery Style known to the culinary art. "1 wlBh I Stop lu nnd >\ad frie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 March 1896

DAILY TIMES. VOL. XIV_No. 445. PKICK THKEE CENTS. ROANOKE, VA? THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1890. F0Z& ASSOCIATED l'KKSS TEI.E(iRAM8. AUL, TUE NEWS OF TBE 1VOKEJU). TUB WB 4TH?K. Forecast for Virginia: Fair; north? erly winds booo'inlug vsrl?Mo. BRAVERY Is n pleasant thing to hear or, ??t you had better dodgo than get hit." "Cheap John" throws out statements of Cheap wortt, clieap goods, Ac, so bo careful, "Better dodge than get hit." ^Doesjfour Roorjt?ak? Boanoko Roofing and Metal Cdrolca Co., Oommeroo 8k. and Vnnkun Komi. J. E. OOLLINGWOOD, -/ - Manager. -'Phone 828. THERE ARE cItHERJ ? BUT NONE LIKE ? 5 s The World's Standard Con? fections; sold in sealed pal ages -ONLY AT - %WXl>\\\ Orders Given Prompt Attention. Eoili onM-Maters Sterling Automatic M SM. It pays for itself, as it is Air Tight, Dust Proof and Does Not Spill. City or Roamoeb, W. B.Tbomae, VtBomiA. City Clerk. Feb. 23.189*5. Mcerrs. Thompson-Price Co., Foanoke. Va.: Gbntlewkn: 1 hare used the Sterling ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 March 1896

"JUST MY SIZE." oriffiflfiP *^^SS?BP Nfj^^j^pT The largest piece of .good tobacco _ ever ,sold for io cents ^and /Ihe 5 cent piece is nearly as; large as you .get pf other high grades for io cents Jackson Beal, of Scottsville, Is in town on business. Mr. and Mrs. Wro. Peel left for Ellis ion yesterday on a visit. D J. Duflav, of Duluth, Minn., is in tow n viBitlng at his father-in-law's, C. M Webber, having been prooeded somo w t-Kd ago by bis wifo, who came to be with her father in his sickness. Sheriff Mllstead, of Newport News, brought to Salem yesterday Samuel L. Boyd, who was fined SSO at the last court for dynamiting in Roanoke river, but failed to pay his fine. Miss Ann Rldgeway was summoned to Bedford City yesterday on account of the illness of her brother. At a meeting of the Lutheran Church council on Tuesday evening resolutions were passed expressing the hope that Pastor 0. Armand Miller would remain with this congregation and not consider the expected call to New York ci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 March 1896

- - g=^r= African-American Gold Mining and Trading Company. 100 BROADWAY,.NEW YORK CITY. OUR COUNTRY NEEDS IT?GOLD I The principal objects of thie company are to buy, ecll and operato gold mines. Perbapa yon cannot nfTord to bny an entire gold mine, but you can have an interest in several valuable onee through as. Enormous fortunes have been made in gold-mining, but never wore tho opportuni? ties greater than they are to-day. The ownership of a lew aharea of our stock may make you rich. Some of tbe wealthiest men of to-day be? came so through mining. Tho cry of tho whole world Ih for Gold! and lie value and" necessity is being more fully approolated each day. . All precious mineral dlacoverlea are prac? tically gifts to tho people Each person is en? titled to what he can fairly get. Why not try your share with us now t Splendid opportunities for securing great bargains in mines come to tis constantly. Our agents are reporting from tbe gold flolda of tkls continent and from Africa. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 March 1896

THE TIMES. IiVHUT MOKNINO, BXOBPT MONDAY ROANOKB FUBUBBiNQ CO., Publlehers and Proprietors, TUBS IJUILDINC4, 131 OAMFBBLL AVBNUB 8. w. TBHHS BT HAIL (Postage Fropald), Jai'y, one month. 8 .50 *? threo months ..... 1.59 ?? six months. J.0O * one year, in advance .... 0.00 anday Bdltlon, one year .... 1-00 Tbi TiifBB 1b ? mem Der ot the Associated Frees?the greatest nows-collectlng association In the world?and receives ovor a special wire the tall telographlc news service ot the Associated Frees?tho some news from all over the United States and the world that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies ot New Tor*. Philadel? phia and Baltimore. Republican candidates for President are springing up in the various North? ern States like mushrooms after a warm Spring rain, and Senstors Platt and Quay appear to he working the "favor? ite son" r aaltet la preparation for the national convention for all that it Is worth. _ In view of the great number of can? dldates for the Republican ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 March 1896

SPECIAL Ladies' and Boys' Shirt Waists, COMMENCING MONDAY AND CONTINUING DURING THE WEEK. 50 Hoys' Shirt Waists-regular price 25c and 50c. Closing price 15c. 100 Ladies' Calico and Outing Waists, regular price 50c, 75c and $1. Closing price 25c. 25 Lawn and Percale Ladies' Waists, regular price $1 and $1.25. Closing price 50c. 112 Silk Waists, regular price ! $3, $4, and $5. Closing price $1.49. We have a few more Chil? dren's full regular made Hose at 5c per pair as advertised last week. Dress Goods. Our new spring line of all wool Dress Goods at 25c per yard cannot be excelled by any in the city. Full line of silk and wool Dress Goods. Sold elsewhere for 50c, our price only 35c Many new novelties In Dress Goods, consisting of silk and wool at 50c, 75c and $1 per yard. The largest and best se? lected assortment of Black Press Goods in the city. ' Agents for the celebrated Gold Medal Black Dress (j-oods; every yard guaranteed. Ilnery, Miltinery. iiooSilk and Velvet Roses, all colors...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 March 1896

Your Husband? is he not dear to you? Should you not be careful of his health? Maybe he Is sometimes weak and run down from the effects of over? work, or worry, or carelessness. But you need not be alarmed; u: tablespoonful of rown's Iron Bitters three times a day for a week or two will make him well aid strong. And this is how it does It: It purifies and enriches the blood and 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 lines on the wrapper. Our book. "How to Live a Hundred Years," tells all about it ; free for sc. stamp. 59 BROWN CHEMICAL CO., BALTIMORE, MO. Largo H? il ii BUSINESS COLLEGE VISITORS are welcome to inspect the work. Nothing pays better than a Good Business f ducation. An order Kent now entitles you lo ft big dlseount. Apply quick fur tbo ngency i>&...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 March 1896

TYROLEAN. Moderate, exprfSsiv?. * LACZOLEON. ) 4 fil&Modia ben marcato c leyato. f ^?9 8Eg ? 4ft Pcrf * Pcd. P???--?*-tgrff-fcdv-^-1-**' -I-,??--r?P-(t??I-ctL I-P L 1 I f Pcd. p?J (p-<s> -? i_?F^-i-ffiE? -ttft-f:tb*: -t? ! Pwf. I Pcd. * Fed. m Jfiir^";::?fgziz-f?jF I?ft. -3^S>-r?-5 -S?l'^-1!?I?I igt . ' I r?7. ?#?-5^1??.-1-?9 : red.! Pcd. Pcd. S3 . -%z%i jK. ats3? -T Pcd, # /'erf. * * t'wpyrigUt, 1S?0, by Tut: Xsw York Mubicai, Hecouu <JO( -1 - ?i^i^? i?i _\4iaz: ?i-??)--? -fiiSr-^r1:?.--?.?r*-?*-SS -^=?=_-*?- * m ^:?z^.m--.* VJT**-? f f t 6^ Pcd. ?45%. 5 n.^_J_- ?__J_-_?_J_^J^-rfit-J_op_j_'_rj_J^=vJ_!-J !?ra Going to Church. Robert Bonner is tho shining light of Dr. Jobb Hull's church nuil thinks thurw never was n mnn liko his pastor. John H. lumen goes to tlio same church to for? got tho wickedness of tho world, or to for glvo it. Cornelius Vonderbtlt is tho jnuiu stny of Dr. Groor's ohuroh, nud ho has picked out u very line ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 5 March 1896

; Stylish In DESIGN, ' Striking in EFFECT, Endnring in SERVICE, And fnll of COMFORT Could l>c i**ro?luce?l Tor Sucli'iKtii? process of "PROGRKSS" <a| mul-t".Kit workman has no bad tools. in:"a.KAViss nit sr with US ONLY. THE RfJANOKE SHOE CO., Tiit Spot Cash Money Savers, JKITEI ;son ST. and SALEM AVK. FiOANOKE, VA. THE CORRECT THING IN Photos & "CARBOMETTES" V9 PHOTOGRAPHER, 212 S.Jefferson St., Roanoke. TUB ONLY FTH8T-CLASS LUNCH COUNTER IN MOA'NOKE. UP-TO DATK, t Ii J A 1", AND CLEAN. OPENDkXm NIGHT. The Pioneer of Low Prices. ltONNLH'i Trade Mark. If It nntn't for BONNEH you would still be paying M?o a meal. Tho liest ofj everything the i?Mii'i.<t affords At Living Prices The Rest Oys? ters In Itoanoke K vory style knonn to the oullnury art. I "I wish 1 In and !'.? u ??i PAT MAN: ? "My appetite is good, my food Ts good, and of jj^RIBD "oy's'-I \>"\} w>" course 1 board us to your ?n tlll! atBonner's" l,,ir., i tur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 6 March 1896

PTHB WBATUBB. Forecast for Virginia: Fair and warmer, southerly wind?. "ITHIHG Of BEMTY I? a Joy or. And like unto it is the sat? isfaction resulting f.rom well executed work. /Leave us your orders and be happy. v^Does You? Rraf Leak? Hoanoke Roofing a.nd letal Cornice Co., (Jommorco Ht. and Franklin Bond. J. B. C?LLIN'JWOOD,-Manager. 1 - 'Phone 88B. THERE ARE OTHERS, - BUT NONE LIKE ? Huyler's The World's Standard Con? fection*; sold in Bealed pnck mres -only AT - tVBInfl Order? CS I veil Prompt Attention. BonglioiiM-Mers Sterling Automatic nil Stand. It pays for itself, as it im Air Tight, Dust i'roof aud Does Not Spill. City op Hoanoke, \V. IS. Thomas, ViHiilJtlA. City Clerk. Feh. 2J, ISIMi. Mcppre. Thompson-I'rlco Co., Homioke. Vti.: Genti.e.m bn: i bate nped the Sterling Anto matlc Ink Stanr) for atom elx monthe and And tnrm 10 be the most satisfactory ou tiic inurKct. J neneTC mat OBCD stana wilt nave ui oimn mit In one month to pay lor iteelt. Your* truly. W. U. Thomas, Clerk...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 6 March 1896

"Big Enough for Three." The largest piece, of .good tobacco ever sold for 10 cents pe15 cent piece is nearly as large as you .get of other OISd grades for 10 cents H NEWS L M.Smead left yesterday for Charles? ton, W. Va , on a visit, where he will i )in his wlto, who preceded him several wt>i>ago. lie will be gone about a a -i k C Fitzgerald, of Danville, Is vlslt l ? 4 his fattier, G. It. Fitzgerald, who b.l.i ojntlnues quite sick. Col. G. W. Bansbrough, who has been sick for a few days, was seen on the streets yesterday. Benry Lynoh, a colored boy about 10 years of age, w ah arrested yesterday and brought before Magistrates Camper and Barnitz on the charge of forgery, and was Bent on to the grand jury. Satur? day night Lynch presented an order to Wnltoscarver Bros, for 82, which, from its suspicious nature, lead to a research and proved to be a forgery. There will bo Lenten services at the Lutheran Cnurch to-night at 7:30. The meetings which have been con? du...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 6 March 1896

I CAST?RIA sss T for infants and Children. HIRTY years' observation of Cajrtgria with, the parronnge of millions of persons, permit Tin to apoalc of it without gnossing. It Is nnqncstionaTily tho Lout romedy for Infants and Children the world haw over known. It i? harmlose. Children Ilhe It. It gives thorn health. It will nave their lives. In it Mothers have ?omothlng which 1? ahsolntoly safe and praotioally porfeot aw a child's medicine. Castoria dostroys Wot Caatoria allay h Tevei Castoria prevents voiyting Soar Cnrd. ' Castoria cores TJiarrhcoa Band Wind Colic. Castoria rollovoi Toothing TronhloB. Castoria onrei Constipation and Flatnlenoy. Cnatoria nentraHaes the effects) of oarhonlo acid gas or poisonone air. Castoria does not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotic proporty. Castoria assimOatos the food, rognlatew the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natnral sleep. Castoria is pnt np in one-sizo bottles only. It ia not sold In hoik. Don't allow any one to soil yon any...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 6 March 1896

THE TIMES. aVHi'wY M01U?lt<U. KXCBFT MONDAY llOANOKB PUBLiaUING CO.i Pnbllshera and Proprietors, TIMES BUILDING. 113 CAMPBELL AVBNUB 8. W. TBRM3 BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid). Jully, one month.* .60 ** three months ..... 1-60 i m tlx months.8.00 ?* one year, In advance .... o.OO anday Bdltlon, one year .... 1.00 Tax Tinas? Is a memoer ol tne Associated Proas?tho greatest news-collecting association In the world?and receives over a special wlro the tall telegraphic news eervlco ot the Associated Frees?tho samo news from all over the United States and the world that Is simultaneously re? ceived hy tho great dallies ot New Yor?. Philadel? phia and Baltimore. The St. James Gazette has published a forecast of the British Blue Book on the Venezuelan situation, in which it is ?aid the items show in overwhelming strength that the west banks of the Es sequlbo river belongs to Great Britain beyond a doubt. Secretary Herbert has order3d that hereafter but one schedule of waxes bo paid i...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 6 March 1896

SPECIAL Ladies' and Boys' Shirt Waists, commencing MONDAY AND CONTINUING DURING THE WEEK. 50 Poys* Shirt Waists?regular price 25c and 50c. Closing price 15c. 100 Ladies' Calico and Outing Waists, regular price 50c, 75c and SI. Closing price 25c. 25 Lawn and Percale Ladies' Waists, regular price $1 and $1.25, Closing price 50c. J12 Silk Waists, regular price I $3, $4, and $5. Closing price $1.49. We have a few more Chil? dren's full regular made Hose at 5c per pair as advertised last week. Dress Ms. Our new spring line of all wool Dress Goods at 25c per yard cannot be excelled by any in the city. Full line of silk and wool Dres3 Goods. Sold elsewhere for 50c, our price only 35c. Many new novelties in Dregs Goods, consisting of silk and wool at 50c, 75c and $1 per yard. The largest and best se? lected assortment of Black Dress Goods in the city. Agents for the celebrated Gold Medal Black Dress Goods; every yard guaranteed. Millinery, Millinery. 200 Silk and Velvet Roses, all colors at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 6 March 1896

What's the Use of Waiting? " They " say ?' all things como to him who wait?," but wo have not boon waiting, and wo don't propose to wait. "Wo KNOW our prices aro right, our work A-l, and. if you dor'% bring us work wo will como after it, i>\ one way or another, either by bringing to your notice our prices, facilities and quality ot execution, or personal interviews, "W> &ve not grumbling ; far from it. "yVo'vo had our share; wc arc still getting CYlT shHTO. But we have placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with B?ch facilities as t? command admiration from all ith. whom wo havo business intercourse. "Wo ?wo not Waiting; haven't timo to wait. An Up-lo-Date Printing Office. Ono of tho vows tho writer mado when ho was udevil" in a country printing office was, in effect, that if bo ev?r owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would bo kept clean, at least by comparison. At that time ho hardly folt tho force ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 6 March 1896

s FOR CURES SCROFULA, BLOOD POISON. THE CURES CANCER, ECZEMA, TETTER. } THE RODENTS' REVENGE. rttriUeijy Employed In the Hope of Get ?lue Even With a Human Enemy. Herman Oelrlohs, hostlor in tho stablo 01 a west cud family, had an oxporlonco Ma other day which Boema almost boyoud belief. It brings out a trait in tho char? acter of the rat family which has probably gpXFK before been shown. pOolriohs was working about thostnblo When he noticed an unusually largo rat. It was In a corner, so that it could not easily get away, and picking up a olub ho proceeded to annihilate It. Tho rat show? ed light, but, a fow woll dlrcotod blows settled it. Leaving it for dead, tho hostlor continuod his work. It was half an hoar later when Oelriohs, working noar whoro ho had killed tho rodont, thought ho saw it move. Picking up his club, ho prepared to ninku sure he had oudod it. As, ho ap? proached it tho animal provod to bo vory much alive, making a jump nt him, just catching his left hand. It was ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 6 March 1896

1StylUh in DESIGN, I Striking in EFFECT, Enduring in SERVICE, And fall of COMFORT ? Could be Produced for Sue'h is the process of "PROGRESS" and that workman has no bad tools. nE LEAVES THUM WITH (Kd US ONLY. I THE ROANOKE SHOE CO., 1 The Spot Cash Money Savers, <l| JEFFERSON ST. and SALEM ATE. s roanoke, va. the Correct thing in Photos OUR FHUTUQKAPHZR, 212 S. Merson St., Boagte, THE ONLY FIRST-CLJYSS LUNCH COITNTEK IN KOA*NOKE. UP-TO DATE, CHEAP, AND-CLEAN. 'OPEND?YiS? NIGHT. The Pioneer ?f Low Prices. If it w;ih,i' ( for ItONNEE you vnuld still !><? inlying; :;."><? a eieul. The Host -of ivorything tfflte market affords \ i l.i \ i im; Prices The Best O.vh ?:tm in Itoanok? H>.- o r y Style known to the nulliiary art. LEAN MAN: FAT MAN:? I "I wisli 1 "Myappetite Iii Slop ,n ,?,,,? had u good, my foo<I |,.,,tn n bos ,,f the pas . Is good, and ot ,. K (, J> 0 v M . bntl will coarse I h" ird ,. (;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 March 1896

PTHH WKATI1KH. Forecast /o-.. Vlr*lnli?z Olondy ?Ytfc llKht show,,,,, wnVKior iu euatetn Portion; south erly wlntta. . He lew severe it actual cost wero better known. Better patronize a firm that knows what work is worth and does It well, than one which knows neither the one nor the other. .Doch Y?ur Roof IiCat Boanolw Roofing and Metal Cornlco Cift Commerce St. and Franklin Bond, J. E. COL Li NO WOOD,-Manager.1 -'Phone S28, THERE ARE OTHERS, - BUT NONE LIKE Huyler's The World's Standard Con? fections; sold in sealed pack? ages t3T~Mnll Ordern Given I'romnt Attention. Eongli onMMers Sterling Automatic inK Stanfl. It pays for itself, ns it is Air Tight, Dust Proof and Does Not Spill. City or Koanoke, W. E.Thomns, Vibuinia. City Clerk. Feb. 2J, ISSHi. Mcstre. TborapBon-l'rlco Co., Itonnoke, Va.: Gintlemi:n: I have used the Sterling Auto : .titIt- Ink Htand tor ahout elz months and And thf m to be tho most eutlufsctory on the market, i DcneTC tnat cacti mum will save onougn ink In one ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 March 1896

Paine s Celery Compound the Best Spring Remedy To-day in All the World. It Purifies the Blood as Nothing Else Can Do-It is Food for the Tired Brain-It Makes Strong Nerves! Publicly Recommended as No Remedy of Any Kind Ever Was Before by Thousands Whom It Has Made Well. Endorsed and Prescribed by the Ablest Physicians in Every City in America. ?. Where every other remedy ass failed J Paine's celery com? pound has made people well! It euros disease ! It has saved the lives of thousands sufferers. It has made the weak Patne's celery compound purifies the blood as nothing else can do; it is nature's bmin food; it builds up shat? tered nerves; it is preeminently the one great health-maker known to mediolne First discovered after laborious, stu? dious, Bcientlfio research by the ablest physician America bas produoed, Prof. Edward E. Pbelps, M. D , LL. D., of Dartmouth College, it is prescribed and publicly indorsed by tbe best practi? tioners in every city of America. It bas been so enthu...

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