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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 9 April 1890

The Judge of Hanover County Speaks. Tim. Howard suffered for three years with lung and throat troubles, and last spring was thought by his neighbors to be dying. I heard of his condition and gave him A. B. C. Tonic. Its effect was magical. In a very short time he was able to leave his bed, and now regards himself a well man. Others in this vicinity have taken the " Tonic " with pronounced benefit. Yery respectfully, S. C. REDD, Beaver Dam Depot. Hanover Co., Va. SOLD BY ALlTdRUGGISTS. Treatise oa Blood nu<l Skin Diseases bv mail fixo. Address L B. 0. GKEMiCAL CO., 17 S. 12th ST., RICHMOND. VA. DYSPEPSIA". riga, Mich.., Gents: I now write to let you know that I have been using your Burdock Blood Bitters, and also tu tell von what they have done for uae. 1 have been troubled with dyspepsia for years. I commenced the use of your Burdock Blood Bitters and they have brought! ineout all right. The use of three! bottles conferred the groat benefit, for which I feel profoundly gr...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 9 April 1890

KENNEY'S ROASTED COFFEES ARE T?E M? ? ^ j B. OMERA, ? Manager, C. D. KE^NY, Tea Dealer ?AJ?7D? COFFEE ROASTER, 12 SALEM AVENUE. PURE SUGARS AT COST. Best C. Yellow, (5c. Best A. White, CAc. Best Granulated, 7c 15 pounds Granulated for $1.00 FINE TEAS. "CHEON" the best 50c. Tea in America. FRESH ROASTED RIOS. CARACAS, LAGUAYRAS, MARACAIBO, GOV'T JAVA AND MOCHA COFFEES ALWAYS ON HAND. ? As -we make this line a specialty, we offer inducements to the public below any competition. marO All Goods Delivered Promptly, H. CHIPMAN. T. G. MASSIE. W. L. ANDREWS chipman, massie & co., REAL /. ESTATEAGENTS, 100 SALEM AVENUE. ROANOKE, VA. City and Country property, Mineral and Coal Lands sold. Houses and Store6 rented and Collections made. Branch Oflice?Salem, Va., coruer College avenue and Main street, CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. mar27tf RIDDLE & WILLIAMS^ HOWARD STREET, NEAR LEXINGTON Baltimore, Md. TILE AND MANTEL HOUSE E. DIDIER? GROCER. Corner Jefferson and Campbell Stre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 10 April 1890

VOL. VI-NO.llO, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 10, 1590. PRICE - - FIVE CENTS ONE-PRICE STORE. SNYDEE HASSLER J MACBAffl .lust received in addition to the ex? tensive stock already on hand. A lot of the latest styles in Dress Ginghams, At 8, 10 and 12$ cents. A Beautiful Variety of Styles in Outing Cloths at 10 and 12? cents. Outing Cloth Remnants at io cents per yard. Regular price 13 cents. All Wool Suitings a yard wide At 23 cents a yard. Beautiful Plaid Mohair Suit? ings 25 cents a yard. All Wool Henriettas, thirty eight inches wide, in l>laek and col? ors at 871 cents per yard. Stripes and plaids Mohair 30 cents per yard. Striped, ail Wool Albatross 23 cents per yard. Special Bargains in Knotted Fringe Towels at 2i> cents each; worth 3?j. Extraordinary Values in Ladies Black Hose, warrauted fast color, 25 cents per pair. LADIES' JERSEY SUITS at $2.75, $'.?.30 and $?? s> ? ? ' f - if EN TS* U >" LAU ND.RIED SHIRTS at 23 cen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 10 April 1890

THE UOANOKE TIMES. ID AHA" AND WABBLY) An Independent Democratic p'aper devoted to the material and po'jtical nterests of Roanoke an:l Sou thwest Vn "inia. ([SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily one year.. Daily, six months .. ?-w Dai-y, three month*. Daily, one month. ou V'eekly. Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv? ery, fitteen cents a week, fifty cents a month, nd six dollars a year. Advertising rates iurnished on applica t on at the office. For marriage and death notices, of ordi nary length, 50 cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rw?<**d communications not returned by juui unless postage is sent for hat purpose. ,?. . . Every ather day Insertions will be eharged the same as every day insertions, less per cent.; twice a week, 40 per cent.; once a week, 50 par cent. Letters r mtaining Important news souc ted. Contr for advertising apply only to the rep aar busniess ot advertiser...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 10 April 1890

STARVING MINERS. More Talcs of Suffering and restitution from Sornnton. scrantox, Pa., March "2!. ?A shadow blacker than anthracite is extending it? phantasmal proportions through all the coal regions of Pennsylvania It is the shadow of want and su fieri ug and its baletul influence is felt in hundreds of homes throughout'the minium valleys of the Keystone state. Mr. B. G . Morgan, of ity.l- I'ark. a prominent member of the roiiei com? mittee, says that the destita: > . h be vend description. Me tells of a man who wont to a storekeeper and begged to l>e trusted for a saois o. hour. The storekeeper sai I lie could not aiford to give any more trust. When the man was going away he seized and carried i> [ one of sacks of flour which he found outside the door. The storekeeper was informed of the occurrence a tew min? utes later and hastened to the man's home. There he saw ;i sight which touch -d him to the heart. The sack of flo ;? lay open on the floor a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 10 April 1890

3 Preparations: Alterative, AND Expectorant Consumption Cured. The judge of Hanover County speaks. Tim. Howard suffered for three years with lung and throat troubles, and last spring was thought by his neighbors to be dying. I heard of his condition and gave him a. 8. C. Tonic. Its effect was magical, in a very short time he was able to leave his bed, and now regards himself a well man. Others in this vicinity have taken the "Tonio" with pronounced benefit. Very respectfully, _ S. C. REDD, Beaver Dam Depot, Hanover Co., Va. sold by all druggists. Trent Is? on" Blood and Skia Diseases bv mail free. Address ?, B. C. CHEMICAL CO., 17 S. 12th ST.. RICHMOND, VA. DYSPEPSIA. Riga, Mich., Gents: I now write to let you know that I have been using your Burdock Blood Bitters, and also to tell vou what they have done for nie. I have been troubled with dyspepsia for vears. 1 commenced the "use of your Burdock Blood Bitters and they have brought me out all right. The use of three bottles conferre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 10 April 1890

COMMODORE PERRY'S NIAGARA. The Oltl S!>ip May n<' Rained from the Bottom or Lake E '?? Before 139:1. One of the results of the 1892 World's fair is a growing interest in the raising and restoration of the brig Niagara of Commodore Oliver Hazard Perry's fleet, the well preserved remains of which are at the bottom of Lake Erie. Perry's flagship, the Lawrence, was raised suc? cessfully and transported to the centen? nial exposition at Philadelphia in 1S76. The American people would not, how? ever, believe that the old hulk; so plain and simple in its construction, was the historical vessel that so gallantly with? stood the lire uninterruptedly for two hours of the British squadron command? ed by Capt. Barclay. The Lawrence, therefore, received the ignominious treat? ment of being sold at sheriff's sale and whittled up into canes and other memen? toes for the benefit of relic hunters. The Niagara, which may be raised in the near future, is. therefore, the only impo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 10 April 1890

BNNBY'3 ROASTLfD COFFEES ARE THE BEST AND CHEAPEST 7 B. OMERA, - - Manager, C. D. KENNY, Tea Dealer -AND? COFFEE ROASTER, 12 SALEM AVENUE. PURE SUGARS AT COST. Best C. Yellow, 6c. Best A. White, Oic. Best Grannladed, I 13 pounds Granulated for $1.00 FINE TEAS. "CHEON" the best 50c. Tea in America. FRESH ROASTED R/OS CARACAS, L&.GUAYRAS, MARACAIBO, GOV'T JAVA AND MOCHA COFFEES ALWAYS ON HAND. As we make this line a specialty, we offer inducements to the public below any competition. marl) All Goods Delivered Promptly, H. CHIPMAN. T. G. MASSIE. W. L. ANDREWS CHIPMAN, MASSIE & CO., REAL.'. ESTATE.'. AGENTS, 109 SALEM AVENUE. ROANOKE, VA. City and Country property, Mineral r.ud Coal Lands sold. Houses aud Stores rented and Collections made. Branch Oflica? Salem, Va., corner College aveuue and Main street. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. mar27tf RIDDLE & WILLIAMS, HOWARD STREET. NEAR LEXINGTON . Baltimore, Md. TILE AND MANTEL HOUSE E. DIDIER, GROCER. Corner ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 12 April 1890

VOL. VI--NCX112. ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. SATURDAY MORNING, AP1UL lz, lb90. PRICE - - FIVE CENTS .lust received in addition to the ex? tensive stoek already on hand. A lot Of the latest styles in Dress Ginghams, Ar S, 10 and 12i cents. A Beautiful Variety of Styles in Outing Cloths at 10 and 12* cents. Outing Cloth Remnants at 10 cent* per yard. Regular price 15 cents. All Wool Suitings a yard wide At S3 cents a yard. Beautiful Plaid Mohair Suit? ings 25 cents a yard. AH Wool Henriettas, thirty eijrlu inches wide, in black and col? ors ar:;?: cents per yard. Stripes and Plaids Mohair 39 cents per yard. 'Strbped. all Wool Albatross 35 e-Mits per yard. Special Bargains in Knotted Fringe Towels at 23 cents each: worth '31:. bxtraordinary Values in Ladies Black Hose, warranted fast color. 25 cents per pair. LADIES' JERSEY SUITS aT $2.75, $3.50 and $4. GENTS' ?NLATJNTffclED SHIRTS aT 25 cents. Snjisr, Sassier anfl ?cBain, 134 Salem Ave., S. W., Roanoke. Ya. A VER SPRING GLOTHING. Our latti t i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 12 April 1890

THE ROAKMFj TIMES. (OAILV ANO W KK!vL\) An Independent D emocratic paper devoted to the mat/ rial and political ntere?ts of Roanok.a 'and Southwest Vii "inia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily one year. 56.00 Daily, six months. 3.0 J Dai.y, three months. 1.50 Daily, one month.... 50 Weekly. 1.00 Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv- j cry, fifteen cents a week, fifty cents a month, nd six dollars a year. Advertising rates furnished on applica ion attheofhee. For marriage and death notices, of ord) nary length, 60 cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and relrv??/-d communications not returned bj jiau unless postage is sent for that purpose. Ever> ?ther day insertions will be eharged the same as every day insertions, less 20 per cent.: twico a week, 40 jut cent.; once a week, 50 par cent. Letters c -intaining important news solic ted. Contr .?ts for advertising apply only to the rsf lar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 12 April 1890

Tournament of Fas: Telegraphers at New York. CONTESTS OF SPEED AND "SKILL. The Men Who Xauipulate Chained Lightning show the World What They Can Do?JJ. It. Pollock Wim the Com? petition of Crack???. S. Ayr** the Champion "Old Timer." New York. April 11.?The national fast sending tournament winch took place yesterday afternoon and evening ?in Hard man Had. Fifth avenue and Nine: en Ii street, was the most inter? esting e . eat of the kind in the history of telegraphy. The hall was crowded, the audience including not only teleg? raphers, but a surprisingly largo num? ber oi people not familiar with the art, but who had been attracted l>y the nov? elty of the contest. Among those coiupetiug for tue vari? ous prizes wore the very cream of the telegraphic fraternity, the experts both in speed and excellence oi transmission, j The hull was fitted up with telegraph \ wires, latteries and stalling au.l receiv? ing apparatus, and the matter trans? muted" could uj heard all over th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 12 April 1890

KENNETS R?ASTED COFFEES ARE ";THE BEST AND CHEAPEST^ j J B. OMERA, - - Manager, C. D. K E N N Y, I Tea Dealer ?AND? COFFEE ROASTER, 12 SALEM AVENUE. PURE SUGARS AT COST. Best C Yellow, 6c. Best A. White, C^c. Best Granulated, 7c | 15 pounds Granulated for $1.00 FINE TEAS. "CHEON" the best 50c. Tea in America. FRESH ROASTED RIOS. CARACAS, LAG U AY RAS, MARACA1BO, GOV'T JAVA AND UOChA COFFEES ALWAYS ON HAND. ? As we make this line a specialty, we offer inducements to the public below any competition. mar9 All Goods Delivered Promptly, H. CHIPMAN. T. G. MASSIE. W. L. ANDREWS' CHIPMAN, MASSIE & CO., REAL .".ESTATE." 109 SALEM AVENUE. ROANOKE, VA. City and Country property, Mineral auci Coal Lands sold. Houses aud Stores rented and Collodions made. Branch Office? Salem, Va., corner College avenue and Main street. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. mar27tf RIDDLE & WILLIAMS, HOWARD STREET. NEAR LEXINGTON Baltimore, Md. TILE AND MANTEL HOT TSE E715IDIER, GROCER. Corner Jeffe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 13 April 1890

VOL. VI?NO. 112. KOANOKE, VIRGINIA, SUNDAY MORNING, APIUL 13, l*?JO. PRICE - - FIVE CENTS . ?NYDER, . . received in addition to the ex tcnsi.stork already on hand. A lot of tiu' latest styles in Dress Girsthams, At s, 10 and 12; rents. A Beautiful Variety of Styles in Outing Cloths at 10 and 12? cents. Outing Cloth Remnants at 10 cents per yard. Regular price 13 cents. Ali Wool Suitings a yard wide At 23 cents a yard. Beautiful Plaid Mohair Suit? ings 25 c uts a. yard. All Wool Henriettas, thirty eight inches wide, in black and col? ors at 8?j cents per yard. j Stripes and Plaid.-. Mohair '??[> cents per yard. Striped, all Wool Albatross 23 cents per yard. Special Bargains in Knotted Fringe Towels at 2S cents each: worth "Extraordinary Values in Ladies Black Hose, warranted..insr color. 25 cents per pair. .1. A1 > 1 US' JERSEY' SUITS at $2.75, $&50 and $4. GENTS' UNLAUNDRIED SHIRTS at 23 cents. 131 Saleni Ave., s. \V.. Rdanoke, Va. A VER ?IN? &a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 13 April 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. (OaU-V and WKKKLY) An Independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political utere-sts o: R-Mnoke and Southwest Vu inia. SUBSCRIPTION KATE Daily one year. ?6.C0 Daily, six months.,. 3.C0 Dai.y, three months. 1.50 Daily, one month. 50 Veekly. 1.00 Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv? ery, fifteen cents a "week, fifty cents a month, nd six dollars a year. Advertising rates furnished on applicat? ion at the office. For marriage and death notices, of oru nary length, 60 oents will be charged. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No attention ?,ivento anonymous corre? spondence, and reined communications net returned bj jixh unless postage is sent for that purpose. Every ?therday insertions will beeharged the same as every day insertions, less SO per cent.; twice a week, 40 per cent.; oni t a week, 50 par cent. Letters r intaining important news solie ted. Coutr.,ts for advertising apply only ff the rep lar busniess of advertisers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 13 April 1890

The Judge of Hanover County Speaks. Tim. Howard suffered for three years with i^'pg and throat troubles, and last | spring was thojghi by his neighbors to ? 1)9 dying. I heard of his condition and gave him A. B. C. Tonic. Its effect was i jicaL !n a very short time he was r >le if leave his bed. and now regards i '? a well man. Others in this vicinity have iakcn t'13 "Tonic" with oroncunced benefit. Very respectfully. S. C. REDD, Bearer Dam Depot. Hanover Co., Va. SOLD BY ALL~DRUGGISTS. Treatise on I!!imm! ami Skin Pisoasca bj mail i'riv. Address iL Bs 0> Ol 17 S. 12th ST., RICHMOND. VA. DYSPEPSIA. riga, .Mich., I .->. MB J?5gv,;(,,?:>t> : I now ?mii^,lrif ifii knowTh;lt 1 have SSSSSJ SHaheen using your ?^STSJHBitteis, and also BS*]?? to tell you what bey have done for me. I have been roubled with dyspepsia for years. 1 ?ocmnienced the use of your Burdock Blood Bittersand they have brought jene-oui all right. The use of throe bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 13 April 1890

JIENNEY'S ROASTED COFFEES ARE THE B 58T AND C" HEAPEST. ! L J, B. OMERA, - - Mar C. D. KEN N Y, i Tea Dealf.r ! ?AND? COFFEE ROASTER, 12 SALEM AVENUE. PURE SUGARS AT COST. Best C. Yellow, Oc. Best A. White, CJc Best GrAnuIated, Tc io pounds Granulaterl for $1.0d FINE TEAS. "CHEON" the best ">0c. Tea in America. FRESH ROASTED R/OS. CARACAS, LAGUAYRAS, MARAOAIBO, GOV'T JAVA AND MOCHA COFFEES ALWAYS ON HAND. As we make this line a specialty, we offer inducements to the public below any competition. marO All Goods Delivered Promptly, H.'CHIPMA>\ T. G. MASSIE. W. L. ANDREWS CHIPMAN, MASSIE & CO.. 100 SALEM AVENUE. ROANOKE, VA. City and Country property. Mineral and Coal Lands sold. Houses and Stores rented and Collections made. Branch Otlice-Salem, Va., corner College avenue and Main street. CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED. mar27lf KIDDLE & WILLIAMS, HOWARD STREET. NEAR LEXINGTON Baltimore, Md. TILE AND MANTEL HOT fSE, E. DIDIER, " GROCER. Corner Je...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 15 April 1890

VOL. VI--NO. 112, ROANOKE, VIRGINIA, TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, LMK). PRICE - - FIVE CENTS ?NYDER, -HASSLER I IM ? received in addition to the ex ttoit?Tv?stook already on hand. A lot of the latest styles in Dress Ginghams, At 8, 10 and 13) cents. A Beautiful Variety of Styles in Outing Cloths at 10 und IS) cents. Outing Cloth Remnants at iol cents per yard. Regular price 151 cents. All Wool Suitings a yard wide At 23 cents a yard. Beautiful Plaid Mohair Suit? ings 25 cents a yard. All Wool Henriettas, thirty s eight inches wide, in black and col? ons ;>?.} cents per yard. I Stripes and Piaids Mohair 39 ceuts per yard. Striped, ail Wool Albatross 23 cents per yard. Special Bargains in Knotted Fringe Towels at 28 cents each: worth 37$. Extraordinary Values in Ladies., Black Hose, warranted fast color.) 23 cents per pair. LADIES'.TERSET SUITS at $2.75, $o.50 and s 4. gEXJTS' rjXLAUJfDRIED SHIRTS . ill 23 cents. j, Snyfler. Hassler ui Mm, j 134 Salem Ave., S. W., Roanoke, Va...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 15 April 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES.' tD UJ.t AND IVfcJKTCLYl An Independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and polit'' , ntarests of Roanoke and Souf' . . .invent Vn unia. SUBSCRIPTION RATp: Daily MM ye??......].?.\. mJ Daily, six months . 3 qa Dai-y, three months...."*'."! 1.60 Daily, one ir.onth. 50 Weekly. 1.00 Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv-1 ofy, fifteen cents a week, fifty cents a month, I nd six dollars a year. Advertising rates furnished on sppliea-, ion at the office. Forinarnago and death notices, ofordi nary length, 50 cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must he paid (or in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and reJ<v?t^d communications not returned b> .nan unless postage is sent for that purpose. Ever> ?ther day Insertions will be eharged the same as every day insertions, less 20 per cent.; twice a week, 40 per cent.; once a week, 50 par cent. Letters r -mtainiug important news solic ted. Contr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 15 April 1890

FOL. VI?NO. 112, roanoke, Virginia* Tuesday morning, apf.il 15, imio. PRICE - - nvE c AN IDflAL PRISON. 1 \'i :?::<? l-Vtons Wander *l Largo. Oj.i-u Air \<iih Freemen. ?pondent xvriting from Italy ..?inten .-.ting details of thctreat J! prisoners 0:1 vario: i Italinn isl . 'ted while on a trip in the '. Hi. ne&n. Each of these islands 1 >ntains severaLhuui red prisoners, who are locked up every night at sunset, 10 ; nsed at daybreak and locked up again 1. "tiidday until 2 o'clock. During the 1. . no prisoner : 1 allowed to be absent v.: x any circumstances, hut at midday 1 :o work on farms at a distance ! prison are allowed to remain y special permission from the di? rector. Paring these free hours the pris? oners can go anywhere they like on tho island and can engage in any work offered them f>y the townspeople or farm? ers. Any infraction of the rules of ordi? nary life around them, or of their prison, is punished by seclusio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 15 April 1890

THE Rfj? Preparations: " m Alterative, v?ted'?^ Tonic , AND Expectorant devoted ntarestl Daily an! DaU;~ T" Dai-.tiJSGE of Hanover ^aUQQyiTY speaks. buffered for three years droat troubles, and last ight by his neighbors to ird of his condition and Tonic its effect was i very short time he was _Bis bed, and now regards . *..well man. Others in this *y nave taken the " Tonic " with fHaoed benefit Very respectfully. S. C. REDD, *8r Dam Depot, Hanover Co., Va. i-D BY. ALL_DRUGGISTS. *tis& oc Blcxxl and Skin Diseases Ul froc. Address $. G. CHEMICAL CO., 0^l2th ST., RICHMOND, VA. . DYSPEPSIA. Riga, Mich., Gents: I now write to let you i know that I have been using your Burdock '? Blood j Bitters, and also to tell vou what .Tl done for nie. I have been| tfd with dyspepsia for years. I iced the use of your Burdock I P^itters and they have brought! panll right. The use of three conferred the great benefit, S I feel profoundly grateful, shower be without it. y_WM. H DELKER. wht? ...

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