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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 March 1897

Arriving Daily. Mow is tha time to make up for the coming summer, and avoid sawing during the heated term. v New 36-inch All-wool Dress Goods, in small and while checks, only 25c per yard. New Covert Cloths, beautiful Spring shades, two-tonsd effect, only 75c; just the thing for tailor-made suits. Twenty Cress Patterns-just the thing fonhe coming spring (eight yards to the pattern), only 75c per yard, worth $1.25 100 pieces Black Dress Goods, ia plain and fancy, at prices ranging from 25c up. We feel assured that we can S3V3 you at least 25 per csnt. on your purchases. Wash Goods Department, We* Percales, 36 inches wide, only 8c yard. New Cambric-Finished Percales. 36-incheswide,onlyl2Kc. New Outings, just the thing for Wrappers, only 10c per yd. New Outings, suitable for Coys' Shirts, at 8c. Now spring line Vicuna Cluth, for wrappers, at 10c yard. New line of Shrunk Duck, only 10c per yard. White Goods Department 200 pieces White Check Nain? sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, 10c, I2^c and 15. 20...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 March 1897

B??NOKE STREET RAlUVfil ?OHFOUL* IN EFFKOT ?CTOUKi; *l. 18??. ?. W. JAMISON, Gcuural Munuge: Too many moth? ers are helpless invalids. A moth? er's proudest and happiest privilege is to help an am? bitious son in his early struggles to attain eminence [sin his c bos en walk of life. To such a son, a ro? bust mother, a grand mother with a healthy mind in a healthy body, is the best counselor and the best spur. Many mothers are sickly, fretful, helpless creatures tortured beyond endurance by the pains of their own wrecked constitu? tions. An ambitious youth receives but little encouragement or sound advice who appeals to such a mother. Most ill health among women is due to weakness and disease of the organs distinctly femi? nine. If these parts are weak and dis? eased the entire system suffers. The most wonderful remedy for all weakness and disease of the distinctly fe? male organism is Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It allays inflammation, soothes pain and imparts vigor and heal...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 March 1897

To BALL a A:AY, Dr. T?-m?-GROCERS What's the Use of Waiting ? "They " 9ay "all things come to him wno ?waits," hut we have no been waiting, and wo don't propose to wait. Wo KNOW our prices are right, our work A-l, and if you don't bring us work wo will como alter it, in ono way or another, either by bringing to your notico our prices, facilities and quality oi execution, or porsonal interviews. Wo are not grumbling ; fhr from it. We'vo had our jharo; wo are still getting our share. But we havo placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with r;uch facilitios as to command admiration from all ith whom we havo business intercourse. Wo are not waiting; havon't time to wait An (Jp-to-Date Printing Office. One of the vows tho writer made when ho was "Jovil" in a country printing office wsa, in effect, that if ho over owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would bo kept clean, at least by comparison. At that timo he hardly folt tho forco of tho vow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 6 March 1897

Fit, Finish, Wear, Price . . Criticise "Wile's" clothing from my standpoint you '.ike, it ia the nearest approach to high-priced custom work ever attained In men's ready-made appar?). We want the stylish dressers of Roa noKC to come in and sen io what perfection Uie art of clo>tr*8-mnk itig has attained. "WileV clothing is ti 'lit, frdiu ln;iug to buttonhole, and if you buy a suit and it disappoints your expecta? tions, Bring if Back Ana Get Your Money. tar"Our Purn'BlilnB Goods Depart? ment for Genttcmtn 1? Complete. EONE-PRICE ?CLOTHIER. Surrcf^or to .Ice. Cohn. Jefferson and Gampboli Sts, North, Bast, .-south, West the (lower of Hours is "Plllsbury's Best." Costs a little more than any other be? cause it is worth more. And it makes more bread, makes whiter bread, makes better bread. Your grocer may tell you something else is "just as good,"' but it isn't. HAWKIftS & FIELDING, Agents, Hartsook Building, Market Square. Have You is* Insured? ?> &...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 March 1897

tCRYSTAL?SPRING ? SOAP.j X'Encottrng? thl? bunie enterp lso J llio M)u|i I* ni.cl?, ? uro i?vtt 4 <j> labels printed Ii? ?i. J } 84 OUNCES, 25c. < VOL. XVI r. No. l?t) im:h r. i it tu;t: ohXlo. , j tuk wkathh? I_J Forecast for Virginia: V.ilr, preceded l>y fli:>\votH in the early morning: Slightly eolllor; northeasterly winds. '*'<>rtli Makes thn wheel, II ii wuot i.f it, the rattletrap. Tis pjiij ti step in one wny from the mediocre wheel to the wheel of perfec? tion: both may be made on the same inn chiner>. 'Tis a long stride in another; they mnv look the same oil the surface, but liaid service and usage will tell the tale of difference. The STEARNS Is made throughout by best met lianlns, according to our best knowledge. It is as good under the enamel as- on the surface. R0?N0KE CYCLE CO., AGENTS, I.. KLIPPO, Manager. I Tube Rose | I BULBS I 1 And Reliable Garden Seeds. t f?ci Our Prices. I la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 March 1897

THE TIMES. EVERY MORNINtJ, EXCEPT MONDAY. BOANOKE PU?H8U1NO CO., PUBM8REBS AN 1) PU0P1UETORS, 123 CAMPBELL avk. S.W. THUMS BY mau. (POSTAOE PREPAID.1: DAILY, oxk month. 50 " THREE months.$1.50 " six months. tl.00 " ?SE YEAR, IS ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, OSE YEAR. 1.00 march. s m t w t'p 8 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 S ? 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 13 10 20 21 22 28 24 25 20 27 28 20 30 81 . I Business ?>Ml? ?<?.I4:t i r.tlltoriitl Rooms. 1X4 President Cleveland hns gone on an? other duck hunt in the Carolina sounds, but, as he is now permanently retired from office, no serious international con? sequences are likely to follow. The Spaniards have gained another vic tcry over the rebels with a loss of eight killed and fifty-two wounded on their side atCarmito and Paso Buoy,in the Santiago de Cuba province; but there appears be a few rebels left. Hawaii is already knocking at ?he doors of the Union for admission. The Repub? licans are looked upon by the leaders of the little re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 March 1897

i'KOFESSOlt .;. ax. aicxYoar. The Muuyon Remedies act instantly, giving relief nfter the first two or three doses mid effecting a rapid cure even in the most obstinate, cases. There is a sep? arate Miinyon reinedv for each disease and eash specific has plain directions, so there can lie no mistake. If von nre ail? ing get Million's Guide to Health from your nearest druggist: it will describe, your disease and tell you how to cure yourself with a 2!)-cent Muuyon Remedy, if you lind that you have rheumatism, take .Munyoil's Rheumatism Cure. If you have kidney trouble, take Mtinyon's Kidney Cure." If nervous, use Munyon's Nerve Cure. If you have Catarrh Munyon's Catarrh Core and Tablets 'will cure you. il it is a female coniplniiit,"use Munycit's Female Cure. If you have stomach trou? ble take Mnnyou's Dyspepsia Cure; for a cold or a cough, the Cold Cure or the ' 'nugh Cures, and so on. No matter what ?"he disease you can be absolutely certain of u cure if you take the remedy recotn me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 March 1897

The The The The The The months for renewing and healing in the physical world. months] for new life, new energy, new blood in men and women. months when our need of help from medicine is greater than at any other time of year. months when Hood's Sarsaparilla will do us the most good because we are all now especially susceptible to benefit from this medicine. months when Hood's Sarsaparilla is taken by the millions because they have found that it is the medicine which does them good. months when you should take Hood's Sarsapa? rilla, because it will purify, vitalize and enrich your blood, and put you in good condition to resist the debilitating effects of changeable, warmer weather. Try it now. Satisfied with Hood's. " For pcveral years I have tnken two or J three bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla every ; epring for eradicating tho humors in the blood and for building up the system generally. My experience with flood1:. Scrsnparillrs has been very satisfactory." GBO. Fra?:k, ccro of U. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 March 1897

Arriving Daily. Now is the time to make up for j the coming summer, and avoid sewing during the heated term. New 36-inch Ail-wool Dress Goods, in small and white checks, only 25c per yard. New Covert Cloths, beautiful spring shades, two-toned effect, only 75c; just the thing for tailor-made suits. Twenty Dress Patterns?just the thing for the coming spring (eight yards to the pattern), only 75c psr yard, worth $1.25 100 pieces Clack Dress Goods, in plain and fancy, at prices ranging from 25c up. W3 feel assured that we can sava you at least 25 per cent, on your purchases. Wash Goods Qepaitment. Ne.? Percales, 36 inches wide, only 8c yard. New Cambric-Finished Percales. 38-incheswide,oniyl2^c. New Outings, just the thing for Wrappers, only lOc per yd. New Outings, suitable for ?oys' Shirts, at 8c. New spring line Vicuna Cluth, for wrappers, at IQc yard. New line of Shrunk Duck, only lOc per yard. White Gouds Department. 200 pieces ffhite Check Nain? sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, lOc, I VA c and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 March 1897

flOANOKE STREET RAILWAY IN KFFKOT OCTOKKK a I, 18U?. io o? ?U20 < ? tf 8. W. JAMISON, General Manager I __, A pickpocket is j IS. despised, dreaded Lfe and avoided. He ?Iis a sneaking, ?-1L.1 despicable foe IL _ wlio robs a man unawares. Men bate him worse than the more bold highwayman whose attack is made in the open. There are some dis? ease; that are like pickpockets. They arc sneaks. If men only knew it, these sneaking diseases are more to he dreaded than small-pox or yellow fever. The sneaking disease begins with some slight disorder of the digestion and sluggish ac? tion of the bowels. The blood becomes disordered and the body receives insuffi? cient or improper nutriment. Emacia? tion follows and the sufferer is troubled with nervous prostration, brain fag, and debility, and very likely falls a victim to that dread destroyer, consumption. All this happens before the sufferer fairly realizes that he is in danger. These sneaking diseases that undermine a man's consti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 March 1897

-lonpr my throat was filled with sores, large lumps formed oa my neck, and a horriblo ulcer broke out on my jaw,?says Mr. O. 11. Klbert, who resides ajbeor. *22d St. and Avenue N., Galveston, Tuxus. He was tbreo times pro? nounced cured by prominent phy? sicians, but the dreadful disease al? ways returned; he was then told t hat was the ?T SPRINGS SSw fallen m out, and ho was in a sad plight, After taking one bottle of S. S. S. he began to improve and two dozen bottles cured hi 111 completely, so that for more than sixyearsho bus had no sign of the disease. Hook on 1 lie (Uncase, and It* treatment mailed tree by Swift Specillc Co., Atlanta. Ga. HARD TO LOSE BULLION According; to Stories Told by Old Express Messengers. PRECAUTIONS AGAINST RWmF.P.Y. Interest Inf; Yarn* /*.!>out. Narrow i:s<-ipcs 011 tlio Itoau?A tloltl t p That Failed. Cliasod l>y 1? Sv.Uch Engine- Sosna mil? lion Tit at Did Get Away In London, "I'll wager n stlvor brick agnin t ntrade...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 March 1897

Fit, Finish, Wear, Price . . Criticise "WUo's" Clothing from any standpoint you like, it is the r.aerest approach to high-priced custom work ever attained in moil's ready-made apparel. Wo want the stylish dressers of Roa r.oke to come in anil see to what perfection the art of clothes-mak? ing has attained. i' Wile's'' clothing is right, from, lining to buttonhole, and if you buy a suit and it disappoints your expecta? tions, Bring it Back Anil Get Your Monsy. CRfOur Funi'sliine (".?od? Depart? ment fur Gonttenii it Ik Compute ONE-PRICE q CLOTHIER. Successor to Jck. Colin. iefferson and Campbell Sis. -North, East, south, We-; the llower of flours is "Plllsbury's Best." Costs .1 little mere than any other be? cause it is worth mere. And it makes more bread, makes whiter bread, makes better bread. Your grocer may tell you something else is "just as good," but it isn't. ^ HAWKINS & FIELDING, flgnnts, Hartsook I3ulldinir, Mnrkol Square. Have YourtiS,Sti Insured? LAWRENCE S. D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 March 1897

ICRYSTAL ? SPRING ? SOAP.I < * - % 11 Btteouraga tlili homo mitcr-p- lm? X The n?np ih in. <i.. i ore a.u X labels printed he u. i 84 OUNCES, .25c. PITMAN & EVANS J VOL. XVII. Nu. i:to 1'lticai tiiki;i. utMa. TU? WJSATUUt? i_I Forecast for Virginia: Increasing cloudliieia aud probably light show on; warmer; Hootiiorly wind*. ?WITH DOLLARS In his pocket is en tilled to go on the nun ket this ? year nod expect demonstration of -Honest Value before lie buys a -?bicycle. Specious promises of In* -?bereut uoodness underlying a gilt -teriny .surface of enamel and nickel -used to do the business, but not. -now. i'ho process of separating -the keen buyer IrOtil bis money is -not difficult to dealers in Cleveland -- and Westlich! bicycles, as the llur -well dust-proof hearing, the Cleve -land chain and Cleveland detach -able cross thread tire are eonvinc -111 arguments, -MORAL:?Get i '?Cleveland." |<1>A\OIO: CYCLE CO.. A?ts. I tube Rose...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 March 1897

THE TIMES EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 132 CAMPBELL AVK. s.w. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID': DAILY, ONE month. 50 " THREE months.$1.50 " six months. 3.00 ONE YEAR, IS ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 MARCH. S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 1G 17 18 1ft 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 20 30 31 . i HusIiichh oiii. i-.143 i lulltorlul Kooins.1X4 The Spanish press is very bitter against General Lee for his course In the Ruiz ease; but the gallaut ex-Confederate can afford to be indifferent to what. Iiis ene? mies in Spain and Cuba may say, since he is backed by all of the American people. Senator Mitchell, of Oregon, was not re elected after all. The legislature of that State faileil to elect and the gov? ernor has appointed ex-Senator H. W. Corbett. who was in office front 1800 to 1*72. He is president of a national bank and a strong advocate of the gold stand? ard. This probably winds up the politi? cal car...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 March 1897

ia IjIj Ti'KED O?T. olation For W?fnon Who Ar? Woa!i, Ncrvoua, Diacouras?d. sio'a fJervum Always Gives Otrcn-th and \ ijjor. ifthero Is dny parson who ilosorves pity it ii '? ' ; mull >? Im, with all her werk to do, Buffers rrom ill health, feinalu wonkncos ntul ?ivrvoua prostration, f.iio fools weak, tired und ?r ijtui d ort. her nerves uro weck and un? strung, >|i > Bttl era tortures with headaches, ? ? ' .: ho, unnatural discharges, docs n.>: cn! or nies? well and wakes mornings na'tired at whan sho goes to Bleep; She fccla like crying without and :> blue, discouragod'aml altogether miserable. Such sufferers can l>e \< I1 ... Ita.fi d ::\\\ m \ *'i\ ??-I easily cnretl by using Dr. Greene's Nervnra hlorxl and nervo remedy. It is I lie greatest i ?Iura ? .m l health-giver womankind Ins cvor known. Especially should i; lie m <i n iw, .:; ;'.. ? spring, wlnn a spring medicine is HCC03SP.I -.- for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 March 1897

Georgia's Fair Authoress Tells Why She. Uses Dr. Miles' Restorative Remedies. THE NAME of Mrs J. E. Harwell, (nee Julia Emma Flcmmtng) is a familiar one la the slate of Georgia. Sho ?writes; " It is with pleasure that I express) jay gratitude for the wonderful benefits 1 have received from I>>- Miles' Restorative Remedies, especially the Nervine, tho Nervo and Liver Pills, New Henri cure and Antl I'alu Tills. Actual exiierlonce hna taught mo their great worth. No family should bo without them. They have fully restored me from a compllca t ion of dlst irdors chief? ly a licet in;; the heart, nervous system mid kidneys. When I trav? el I always take ono of your Anti-Pain Pills before entering tue cars and thus prevent swimming of tho bead and nausoa, to which I have been subject for several years." lir. Miles' Remedies nr.- sold by all drug? gists under a positive guarantee, firstbottlo benefits or tnonoy refunded. Hook on Heart ami Nerves sent free to all applic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 March 1897

Arriving Daily. Now is the time to make up for the coming summer, and avoid sewing during the heated term. New 36-inch All-wool Dress Goods, in small and while checks, only 25c per yard. New Covert Cloths, beautiful spring shades, two-toned effect, only 75c; just the thing for tailor-made suits. Twenty Cress Patterns -just the thing for the coming spring (eight yards to the pattern), only 75c p?.r yard, worth $1.25 I ?D piecss Black Dress Goods, in plain and fancy, at prices ranging from 25c up. Ws feel assured that we Gau savs you at least 25 per cent, on your purchases. Wash Goods Depaitmsnt. New Percales, 36 inches wide, only 8c yard. New Cambric-Finished Percales. 36-inche^wide,onlyl2^c. New Outings, just the thing for Wrappers, only 10c per yd. New Outings, suitable for Boys' Shirts, at 8c. New spring line Vicuna Chili, for wrappers, at !0c yard. New line of Shrunk Duck, only 10c per yard. Whits Goods Department 200 pieces White Check Nain? sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, 10c, l2J&...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 March 1897

HQAN?KE STREET RAiLffA. IK KF?KCT OCTOltEH St, lMl'ti. < !I tl ?. W. JAMISON, Qcnoral Manager Many women have good reason to dread the np I proa oh of the ! hour of mutcr nity. All too fre? quently it is a tune of almost unbearable pain and suffering anrj extreme danger. Women who are wise know that this is unnecessary They know that the woman who takes proper care of her womanly self, who looks after the health of the organs that make motherhood possible, need have no fear of approaching maternity. They know that there is a sure and safe cure for all weakness and disease of these organs. Over 90,000 of these women have testified in writing to the virtues of Dr. Pierre's Favorite ""Prescription. It is the discovery of I)r. R. V. Pierce, a regularly graduated physician and an eminent and skillful specialist, who is and for thirty years has been chief consulting physician to the Invalids' Hotel and Sur? gical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y. The "Favorite Prescription" makes th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 March 1897

M_ To BALL Ct A;AY, Dr. Tout_ GHOCF.RS What's the Use of Waiting ? o "Thoy " say "nil things come to him woo wait*!," but wo iihvo no buen waiting, und wo don't propose to wait. Wo KNOW our pricos aro right, our work A-l, and if you don't bring us work wo will oomo utter it, in one way or another, oitlior by bringing to your notieo our pricos, facilities and quality oi execution, or pursonal interviews. Wo aro not grumbling; far from it. Wo'vo had our jhare; we aro still getting our sharo. But wo have placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with r:Ueh facilities as to command admiration from all ilk whom we havo business intorcourso. Wo aro not waiting; haven't tinio to wait An Up-to-Date Printing Office. One of the vows tho writer made when ho was "devil" in a country printing office was, in effect, that if ho ever owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would bo kept clean, at least by Comparison. At that timo bo hardly felt tho forco of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 March 1897

Fi!, Finish Wear, 9 3 Criticise "Wile's" Clothing from any standpoint you like, it is the nearest approach to high-priced v iistom work ever nttnined in men's ready-made apparel. We want the stylish dressers of Ron? noke to conic in and see to what perfection the art of dot lies mak? ing has attained. '-'Wile's" clothing is right, from lining to buttonhole, and if yon buy a suit and It disappoints your expecta? tions, Bring it Back And Get Your fflonsy. (""four FurnlahliiB Goods Depart? ment tor Gentleman 1? Complete. ONE-PRICE ? CLOTHIER, SncccMOi to Job. < obn. ii;ii8ison and Gampbeil Sts, North, East, south, West the .'lower of flours is "Pillsbury's liest." Costs a little more than any other be? cause if. is worth more. Ami it makes more bread, makes whiter bread, makes bettt i bread. Your grocer may tell you , something else Is "just as good," but it isn't. j H?WK?1S & FIELDING, Agnnls,' Hartsook ?a?dlup, Marke) Square, Have You-^SS'lnsured? ???&g...

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