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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 March 1896

oes this mean you? How many people there ere who seem to. Uck ambition, life and healthful vlfror. You can tell It by their look". Tfcey Bhlvor with the cold when the Wtather la bleak. They have a plnohed, ?aHow appearance. They complain of feeling run down. Their symptoms plainly ihow that their blood'is thin and poor, that li does not circulate properly, and that their Uvor aod kid? neys are in a very bad state. That is why they have these miserable symp? toms and complain of Stomaoh troubles, Constipation, Nervousness, General weakness, Headaohes and backaches, Chilly sensations, Dizziness, Despondency. Are you one of this vast number who suffer from the miserable, wearing feel? ings above described? If so, why not try to overcome them and get into a good slate'of health? ''You can easily do so. All you need to do 1b to take Warner's Safe Cure regularly, and It ?ill make you strong and well. Take U just for a short time and you will soon notice a ohange for the better. Every o?d ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 March 1896

THE TIMES. BVHUY MOK31NO KXCBFT MONDAY HOANOKJI PUBL18HIN? 00? Publishers and Proprietors, TUCKS BUILDING, 1? CAMPBBLL AYBNUB B. W. TSBMB BT MAIL (Pottage Prepaid), sau*, one month. ? Jg ?? ?hroe months. ???> ?? six month*. j-wj ?? ono year, In advance .... B.WJ aaday Bdltlon, one year . . lJ? Tkb Txkbs la a memner ox the Associated Fns*?the greatest news-collecttng association In the world?and receives over a special wire the tall telegraphic news service ot the Associated Press?the same news Crom all over the United Bute* and the world that is slmnltansonily re? ceived by the great daUlw ot New YorS, PMladel ? his and Baltimore. _ MARCH. 8 M T W T F 8 1 * 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 lO 11 IB IS 14 i 15 16 17 18 19 BO 91 * aa 93 ?4 85 ?0 87 9)8 ?' 89 .10 ?1 .j ?r~ BOANOKK'S GRKKTING. The people of Roanoke extend % cor? dial welcome to the members at the Baltimore Conference, which wlllnneet in regular annual session at Gr&ene Memorial Church at 0 o'clock this morn? ing. Al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 March 1896

I Pioneer Dry Ms an! Mil? linery Honse. WHAT DO YOU LOOK FOR ?T THIS STORE? Good goods, good service, I pod value. We have worked Said at all three. To-mor tow we start another stock at [tuck-selling. It is the wash "s. |Here are names and prices : 50 pieces Amoskeog, three ir, ioc. Ginghams at 8c. 100 pieces Toil-du-Nord, %%q% Ginghams at ioc. ( 50 pieces Fine Quality paphyr Ginghams at 12^c. 50 pieces Best Quality Per ile, 36 inch wide, at ioc. 25 pieces Finished Cambric, Jj6 inch wide, at ia^c. k 100 pieces Dimities, all new Resigns, ioc, i2^c and 15c. ft SILK SALE, WITH PRICES WAY DOWN. Nice new silks, with all the 'color and style that the best Wik weavers can put into them. It would take a page to tell of them all. We will [let you judge of the great values by the handful spoken of here : : 2,000 yards Kalki Corded (and Pin Check Silks, new patterns, at only 25c per yd. 5C0 yards Good Quality Printed Wrap Silks, Parisian effect, 75c 500 yards Best Quality Printed Wrap Silks, $...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 March 1896

""1 CASTORIA M for Infants and Children. OTHERS, Do You Know that Paregoric, Lnteroan's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, and most remedies for children arc composed of opium or morphine? Po Yon Know Oat opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons? Po Yon Know that In most countries druggists are not permitted toscll narcotics ?without labeling them poisons ? Po You Know t'.iat you aUould not permit any medicine to be given your child unless you or your physician know of what it is composed ? Po Yon Know that Castoria la a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of Its ingredients is published villi every hotUe. ? PO Yon Know that Castoria 11 the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher. That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold than of all other remedies for children combined ? _ Po Yon Know that the Patent Office Department of the United States, and of other countries, have issued exclusive ri(;ht ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 March 1896

"Something to Crow About/' The fargest piece, of .good tobacco ever sold fono cents' _ and The 5 cent piece is nearly as! \arge as you .get of other mgh grades for 10 cents PURIFY YOUR BLOOD. DO IT NOW DO IT BY TAKING SURE CURE FOR Biliousness, Nervousness, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Constipation, and all KIDNEY DISEASES, THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE. 25 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC. FOR SALE BY M ASSIE'S PHARMACY, 109 Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va. THE OFFICE 'SEEKING HORDC. General Harrison Sny.s It Makes tho Posi? tion of President One of Mauy TrUla. At tho beginning of every administra? tion Washington Alls up with persons who desire sonio offico either in the states, in tho departments or in the for? eign service, writes ex-President Harri? son in Tho Ladies' Home Journnl, dis? cussing "Tho Presidential Oflice. " Many of these persons have a limited purse, and as the days pass on this is exhaust? ed, and impatience and ill temper eonio in. Many of these persons uro deserving and well f...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 March 1896

A MMY PEiW SAY We give more ami bolter value iu Than any other house In this section ot the State. This may not be afaot; we think It Is. Suppose yon drop in and settle it to your own satisfaction THEN YOU will know. We think our La-1(1 rfl IIb the honest dies' Shoes at., f J) I . OU 1 equivalent of $i. TShUBat1.!?.'8 I $1.00 ; worth more. That onr Misses' lir. D QCo I Cannot be Shoes st. r / DC & oOC t Equalled. That our LADIES' XX CENTURY SHOES ARB THE NEWEST. PRETTIEST. AND MOST STYLISH SHOES THAT MONEY CAN BUY. Roanoke Shoe Co., The Spot Gash Honey-Savers. Jefferson St. and Balem Are., Uoanoke.Va. JERSEY DAIRY CO. Milk, Batter, Cream, Ico-Cro&rn and Dairy Supplies Delivered Promptly to Any Part of the oity. tyPhone No. 38. ANDV J. HUFF, 1 2 - ly Maua cor. _ Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets, **a perfect Treatment for constipation and biliousness. Bs&~ One pill a dose. D X* * t A wokdebful rem ?ectrtc Un'mant fldy ,0r the CUre of rheumatism, neural...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 March 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. VOL. XV_No. l K'.Cl. TUKtlK \-V,S TS. ROANOKE, VJL, THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 18H0. I I'LL ASSOt 1 1TFD PRKSR TKI KIIKA MS. ALL Til K NEWS OF TDK WOHLD. XH19 WB4TH?K WO ITorensat for Virginia: Increasing 1 - eloudlnea?. BMBttblr with (howcn In northern portion; .?wanner; ?outljerly winds. Look at Oar Work; Uampare it with any.other concern in tL* same line of but mens. Our prloo my be a little Mgi cr, but yon get, tkc Iv? t work. If we do.it. Roofers and Sheet Matal Workers Boanok+Rooflng and Mai Cornice Co., Oommaro* Ht. and Franklin Rai J. B. COLLINGWOOD, - ?Phon? ?28. WHO rixu AM) WE Fli.[j.; vont I'KKSCflill'TI AND JAM 11.Y HKOI'.' I MAKE A SPECIALTY rf)F ffiHIS UKPAKXMKNT. NO BJTUA CIIAIUiE l ok DKUYJUtlNfl <;<>()*>-.. PRKHCrUPTlONS LEFT UK HEKT TO OTJK J'HAK MACY Will, HK *"Il?l>EO 8TKICTZ.1 IN ACCORD WITH thi; rmrsiciAVs pkehchw TION. lassie s Pharmacy. '1 Leather LaTrupersn AA.RE HEBE, tND THEY SAY TBC...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 March 1896

The Salem Cyclo Club made a run to Ellis to a and back yesterday evening. Mrs. Crosby, o( Chicago, is visiting at Col. D. C. Shanks' on West Main street. Rev. J. T. Fraeler, the presiding elder from Radford, is visiting J. M. Smith on Broad street. Mrs. J.B. Baskervillo, ol PulaaklClty, who has been visiting her son, W. R. Baskerville, returned home yesterday. D. B Davis, Soldiers Home, Va ; J. W. Carpenter, Bridge water, Va , and W. B. Parrlsh, Lynohburg, Va., were regis? tered at H.ttl Duval yesterday. Misses Julia and Susie McCauley started to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, this morning. Tbey will apend to-night at Graham with tbe. aunt, Mrs. Prof. Orabtree, and resume their journey to morrow =:orniag, aco rtopplng In Chi oago a few Lours, and _en spend a few days with their uc.e, John McCauley and family at Ro'-noke. Ill , arriving at their destination April 1. Tbey go to make their future home at Cddar Rapids, where their brother, the Rev. Ernest R McCauley, Is pastor of the First English...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 March 1896

FINANCE AND COMMERCE New York Stock Marke? | ,, New Yokk, March 85.?There was a decided contraction in the doaiings la stock t xebango securities to day, re? flecting the unsatisfactory conditions prevailing. The continued Belling of our securities held abroad, including many of the choicest Investment bonds, lends a special significance to tbe hard? ening tendency of tne foreign exchange market and in some circles ordinarily well Informed there is expeotatlon that a further appreoiatlon inexohange rates will induce the Treasury Department to make a second oall upon depository banns. Tue market was irregularly weak but a steady tone developed together with intense dullness until the final hour, when purchases by the re? ports caustd general fractional im? provement. The closing was firm at slight netgalns as a rule. Closing Btooas were as follows: AtchlBon, 14%; Adams Express, 147, Haiti mo. e and Ohio, 17; Oheaapeake and Ohio, 15 X; Chicago, Burlington and Quincy, 74?; Uhloago Gas,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 March 1896

E TIMES ? VICHY M?KS1NO, BXOMPT MONDAY BOABOU PUBLISHING GO., Publishers and Proprietor-, TIMES BUILDING, Ul CAMP BILL AVBNUH B. W. TERMS BT MAIL (Postage Prepaid), -tally, one month.i .60 ** ? hree months . . . ? ? 1.60 ** six months.s-(" ?*? one year. In advance .... 6.00 aaday Bd'.Uon, one year . . . UP Tki Tibs* Is a member ot the Associated ft? the greatest news-collecting association In ^world?and receives over a ?pedal wire the telegraphic news service ot the Associated Press?the same news from all ovar tbe United States and the world that U simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies of New Tors- Philadel? phia and Baltimore. _ . MARCH. S M T W T F 8 Tl 9 S 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 18 IS 1? 15 10 17 18 10 SO 81 39 83 ?4 ?5 86 87 88 20 30 31 ._ McKinley will soon learn what it is to fight the fiold. The whole crowd Is oombining against him. To the Boanoke coal dealers: Boys, take down your forfeit money and do business like the balance of us. The Times respectfully suggests that ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 March 1896

I., Tbe Pioneer Dry Goods anil 1 linery House. WHAT 00 YOO LOOK FOR AT THIS STORE? Good goods, good service, good value. We have worked hatd at all three. 'To-mor? row we start another stock at .quick-selling. It is the wash goods. Here are names and prices : ?0 pieces Amoskeog, three star, ioc. Ginghams at 8c. ioo pieces Toil-du-Nord, 12%c* Ginghams at ioc. 50 pieces Fine Quality Zaphyr Ginghams at 12% c. 50 pieces Best Quality Per? cale, 36 inch wide, at ioc. 25 pieces Finished Cambric, 36 inch wide, at 12%c. 100 pieces Dimities, all new designs, 10c, i2^c and 15c. A SILK SALE, WITH PRICES WAY DOWN. Nice new silks, with all th color and style that the best silk weavers can put into them. It would take a page to tell of them all. We will let you judge of the great values by the handful spoken' of here: 2,oco yards Kaiki Corded and Pin Check Silks, new patterns, at only 25c per yd. ^500 yards Good Quality Printed Wrap Silks, Parisian ?effect, 75c 5C0 yards Best Qualitfyj Printed Wra...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 March 1896

"Millions of Money For an Inch of Time," wailed poor Queen Bess. Time is just as valuable to? day? it is priceless. How many Queens of American homes could save half their time by using iu their daily, monthly, yearly cleaning, GOLD Dus *zsm WASHING rafBAU"*BB POWDER. This wonderful preparation not only saves a woman's money, but it -saves her time and strength. It's the home comfort that makes other home comforts possible. All grocers sell Gold Oust in large packages?price 25 cents. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, CHICAGO, hT.LOns NEW YORK, BOSTON, PlIIL.AnEL.PHIA. The only ante, sure and reliable Female PILL, ever offered to Ladies, especially recommend? ed to married Ladies. Auk for SB. KOTT'S f?llS SHO YA& PILX.S and take no other. EkT* 8end for circular. Price $1.00 per box? ? boxes tor $5.UO. LIB. MOTT'W CHSMIOAIi CO., - Cleveland. Ohio. 205 CnMMKH v?? ?TR8KT, KOANOKE, VA. PENNYROYAL PILLS. For sale by OHAS. D. FOX, BARGAINS IN Real Estate SJn J Splendid b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 March 1896

" Knocks Out All Others/' The largest piece of .good tobacco ever sold for 10 cents and The 5 cent piece is nearly as' large as you vget of other high trades for 10 cents PURIFY YOUR BLOOD. DO IT NOW DO IT BY TAKING HOP BITTER SURE CURE FOR Biliousness. Nervousness, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Constipation, and all KIDNEY DISEASES. THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE. 25 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC. FOR SALE BY IVIASSIE'S PHARMACY. 109 Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va. Phonetic Initial-.. Tho difficulty that some colored people havo with words and letters, whoa they have loarncd to read after coining to ma? ture years, is illustrated In a story told by a teacher of a colored school In tho south. She says that a colored woman of hor ac? quaintance bought n ring of n jeweler for a present to hor husband and said to the jeweler: "I gwino hab you put my husband's 'nitlals on dat ring." '?What nro they:-" "Dom 'nitlals Is lt. S., sah." "Mny I ask what his name is:-" said the jeweler, who fancied he roinom...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 March 1896

GREAT MIRT^?m* METHODIST BRETHREN IN TOWN IVe Rocoinnieiifl Shoit, Snappy Sermons And Our Shoes, For Style, Comfort and Durability. |ST"Wc are In our large honse, the largest exclusive shoe stoie between Norfolk, Va., and Knoxrllle, Tenn. CAN FIT VOU ANI> PLEASE VOf. RoanokeShoe Co, The Spot Cash Honey-Savers. Jefferson St. and Salem Ave., Iloiwioke.Va. JERSEY DAIRY CO. Milk, Batter, Cream, Ice-Cream and Dairy Supplies Delivered Promptly to Any Part of the city. ESTPhone No. 38. ANDY J. HUFF, 1 S-ly Manager. _ Liver Pills and Tonic Pellets, "tTperfect Treatment for constipation and biliousness. Bfc?T One pill a dose. A wondebkul rem TA^leeVMcY?ent for ,?"> ??? ?* rheumatism, neural? gia, gout and lumbago- For colic, cramp, diarrbooa, oholera morbus, chil? blains, toothache. Used Internally and externally. Price 25 cents, at I ROBERT STOHESIFER, Merchant Tailor. Foil Line Woolens for D ess, Full Dress and Businuss Suits. Prices as low as is consistent with first...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 March 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. ^o^iiS^?w?. ROA2S?KE, VA., FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 18U6. icBA.ociATKDPBwm.oB4?. _ ~ 7 ? 7 ^1A ? 5 -A.WCTVF? ALL THE NKWS OS" THIS WOULD. TUR WEATHKU. I 'oiMMt for Virginia: Fair and colder; northwesterly winds. Spring-time I? mending time?getting ready j tor Bummer?pat new clothes en your root?that la, get at to re? pair and paint It. Roofers and Roof Painters. Boanoke Roofing and total Conlco jdo., Commerce Ht. and Franklin Boa J. R. OOLLINQWOOD,-Manager. -'Phone B28. WHO FILLS YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS AMD FAMILY RECIPES? WE MAKE A SPECIALTY OF THIS DEPARTMENT. NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR DELIVERING ?.<><> I) s . PRESCRIPTIONS LEFT OR KENT TO OUR PHAR? MACY Will. RE FILLED STRICTLY IN ACCORD WITH THE PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIP TION. Massie's Pharmacy. THE 11 Leather LaTrnpers" ARE 11 EES, AND THEY SAY THOMPSON-PRICE CO. Have everything a Base Be.ll Man can need, flee their Chest Protectors, Masks, Gloves, Balls, and Bats, and get lowest pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 March 1896

J. B. Woods, of Catawba, was in town yesterday, Mrs. F. P. Herman, of Fori Lewis, was in town yesterday. Qeo. Helm and wife will be in Salem to-night, the gueate of W. H. Tintley. John Bowey, of Boanoke, is speaking of buying the Huff mills on Tinker Greek, this county. Mrs. J. B Bonsaok, of Boaaack, who haa been visiting Mrs. D. B. Strouse, re? turned home yesterday. Rev. Mr. Parrott, of the Tazawell dietrlot of the Holstein conference, ia visiting friends In town. Mrs. Busby, of North Carolina, who has been visiting Mrs. Watt Dlllard, left for Bristol yeaterday on a vlait. Mrs. Bishop Hargrove delivered an interesting and instructive address to a large audience a; the Methodist Churoh last night. Mrs. M. H. Taylor and daughter, who spent the winter in Washington city, sie visiting Mrs. Taylor's brother, W, H. Ttnaley. Mrs- Crosby and Miss Phlegar, of Chrlatlansburg, who have been spend? ing a few days aa the guests of Col. D. C. Shanks, returned home yesterday. Parties who have ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 March 1896

THfi TURKISH FORTIFICATIONS OF THE DARDANELLES. The Currents and tho Channel More of a Protection Than the Forts?Mot Difficult to Hun by the Latter?Amusing Experi? ences or Naval Officers. Tho strait of the DnrdanoUoH Id, as ninuy know, a narrow and tortuous waterway of no great length' loading in from tho north JEgenn to tho inland bob of Mar? mora. But what many do not know is that tho Turkish fortlfloatlonB of tho Dar? danelles?at least, thoso of any impor? tance?are situated in n Blnglo locality in tho vtoinity of tho Bquotty llttlo Turkish town of Chuuak-Kaiosi (or tho Pottery Castlo), which lies on tho Aslatio ehoro a few miles in from tho mouth of the Btrnit. Ono of theao battorles?a low lying forti? fication constructed of mud, or rather olay walls, faced hero and there with stone?is Bituotod at Chanak-Kalosl itself. Another is planted about two miles farther north oast on tho same shoro, while Immediately across tho strait from Chanak-Kaleel othor battlomonts have boon roar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 March 1896

THE TIMES. aWBKY XORNIMO, BXCBI'T MONDAY HOAKOU PUBLIBB.INQ CO., Publishers and Proprietor*, THUS BUILDING, 1? CAMPBBLL AVSNUB 8. W. TKKHS BT MAIL (Postage Prepaid), telly, on* month.? l?S - three months.i'S " alxmontba.fS ?a one year, ut advance .... o.w anday Bdltlon, one year .... iaw Tan Tin kb la a mam Der ox the Associated ft a? the greatest news-ooUeetlnf association in Ik* world?and receives over a special wire the roll telegraphic no wo service or the Associated Frees- the seme news trom all over the United States and the world that la simultaneously re EnlytSmatdaUlesof Raw York, FhUadel akU and Baltimore._ IN A NUTSHELL. The case of free coinage Is ^concisely and interestingly stated in the follow ing extract from the remarks of Senator Oookrell, ot Missouri: "The law for the free and unlimited coinage of gold and silver at a fixed ratio created an unlimited demand for the metal at a fixed price. Now, de? stroy that law and you destroy that un? limited demand for the meta...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 March 1896

Tie Pioneer Dry Ms and Mil? linery House. _ WHAT DO YOU LOOK FOR AT THIS STORE? Good goods, good service, good value. We have worked haid at all three. To-mor? row we start another stock at quick-selling. It is the wash goods. Here are names and prices : 50 pieces Amoskeog, three star, ioc. Ginghams at 8c. 100 pieces Toil-du-Nord, I2j4c Ginghams at ioc. 50 pieces Fine Quality Zaphyr Ginghams at 12^c. 50 pieces Best Quality Per? cale, 36 inch wide, at ioc. 25 pieces Finished Cambric, 36 inch wide, at 12% c, 100 pieces Dimities, all new designs, 10c, iz}4c and 15c. A SILK SALE, WITH PRICES WAY DOWN. Nice new silks, with all the color and style that the best silk weavers can put into them. It would take a page to tell of them all. We will let you judge of the great values by the handful spoken of here: 2,000 yards Kaiki Corded and Pin Check Silks, new patterns, at only 25c per yd. ^500 yards Good Quality Printed Wrap Silks, Parisian effect, 75c. 5C0 yards Best Quality Printed Wrap Silk...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 March 1896

Looking Backward j to the good old days one wonders how the colonial housewife succeeded at all without ID DUST Washing Powder % This famous preparation is one of the greatest boons science has ever given woman. It has been the i means of giving her the leisure she rightfully deserves. There are thousands of thoughtful, thrifty housewives to-day who would hardly know how to begin with? out the aid of GOLD DUST. Get a package and took backward to the days of hard work. Sold everywhere. Price, 25 cents. THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, j Chicago, St. Louis, New York, ' Boston, Philadelphia. ?WPNLVWHRHnnRHPI DR. NOTTS RIKVUttM PILLS The great remedy for nervous prostration and all nervous diseases of tho donorntlvo organs of cither sox. such an Nervons Prostration. Fall RESTORED MANHOOD bbfo: AFTaa USING, ante For sale by OHAS. D. FOX Sold at Si .00 per box. ? boxes ?O? COMMKKCK STKEKT, UOANOKE. VA. BARGAIN! ?IN Real Estate ||n I Splendid business house on Jefforson nil I street. Not nine m...

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