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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 April 1897

NICE liOT EARLY JUNE PEAS* , Very Fine?10? Cnu. PITMAN & EVANS. VOL. XYII. NO. 1 ! HAVE YOU SEEN It's Great. Gome and See It. Price S75. Roanpke (QySSCo. 9 I Now is the Time -to prepare for those trouble -tome MOTHS. We can as -sis'; you with Tar Camphor, -a combination of. tar cam -phor and kuiu camphor, inak -ing it the most effective -remedy. 20c a pound, at MASSIE'S PHARMACY. <fc ~ <?;" Moth Halls 5c lb., six lbs 25c. * * A Gift of t Solid Silver t \ \ 9 Purchased from us - m. silverware. \ receives it. 2 in material 9 -gives pleasure ' to all con -corned. The one who gives -it knows that it is the stand* -aril in high art silverware. -The one who -knows that both -and workmanship it is the -best that possibly can be -purchased direct from res pom -sible manufacturers. Many -new anil beautiful examples -arq now ready for your in -spectlon. The present low price of -bullion brings the. cost down -to a figure NEVER before -reached. I 9 9 9 9 4 9 E...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 April 1897

HE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, KXOEPT MONDAY. HOANOK.E PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 123 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID>: DAILY, ONE MONTn. 50 " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " BIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE YKAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 -PHONES: i Business Oftice.143 I Kdltorlnl RooiUB.1)44 APRIL. S M T W T P S .. \. ..123 4 5 0 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 23 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 .. Senator Morgan is still harping on Cuba, but everything !s so quiet on the island that it is difficult to realize a state of war as existing there. General Gomez is either preparing for a great coup or Weyler 1b having it all his own way, which view of the situation being correct it is hard at present to determine. The cold weather which has prevailed in the East Atlantic states with little In? termission for the past three weeks is said to be the severest experienced at this season for years. Heavy frosts have occurred in this locality for sev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 April 1897

NOT CUK OF BUSB.1INO. THEANNUAL MEETING OF THE shareholders of the Virginia Brewing Company will be held in the office of the company, Roanoke, Va., on SATURDAY, THE 22ND DAY OP MAY, 1807, at 13 o'clock noon, for the election of a board of directors for the ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business ns may come before, the meeting. W. Fi PENN, Secretary. THE FIRST ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders of the New River Bridge Company will be held at the ofiice of the company nt Room No. 507 Terry Building, in Roanoke, Va., at 9:80 o'cIock a. m. WEDNESDAY, THE 5TH DAY OF MAY, 1897, for the election of a board of directors for the ensuing year, and for the transaction of such other business as may come tefore.the meeting. GEO. L. HART, Secretary. THE SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders of the West Radford Land and Improvement Company will be held at room No. 507 Terry Building, Roanoke, Va., at 9:45 a. m., WEDNES? DAY, THE 5TH DAY OF MAY, 1897, for the election of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 April 1897

ALI HEWS EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. Phil. Bur well sold on Tuesday to II. H. jMarklcy, of Roanoke, a magnificent steer weighing 1,005 pounds. Miss Jennie Barnitz and little Margaret Self leave to day for Coaldale, W. Va., where Miss Barnitz goes to visit her mar? ried sister, Mrs. Self. Edward Barnitz leaves to day for 1 .ynehhurg, where he goes on business. trMiss Bertha Martin, of Pulnski, is vis? iting her mother at tho home of D. T. Martin across the river. ~Prof. Alwood and Mr. Scott, ot the V. P. I., who have been out on a still hunt after tho pestiferous 'scale insect, which baa become so common on fruit trees in this section, passed through Salem yester? day on their wheels en route to Blacks burg. M. Dobyns, of East Main street, has re? turned from a visit to nls_ former home in Floyd county. Ii. F. Dillard has completed and moved into his new stone house on Market Ktreet. Professor Romer' Stearnes has gone to Rtchmoud as a delegate from the Fort Dewls Council to the grand cou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 April 1897

BARGAIN FFERI1 For This Week. Wash Goods Department Figured Dimities, the ioc quality, for 7c figured Valofs Lace Stripe, the tz%q quality, for 8c Silk Stripe Challies, 18c quality, for 12 Lappet Mull, 18c quality, for I2j^c Flowered Organdy, 25c qual? ity, for 18c French Figured Organdy, 35c quality, for 25c Figured and Plain Ettamine, 20c quality, for 15c. Jaconette Duchesse, 15 cent quality, for 12% c Percale, yard-wide, only 8c Cambric Percale, fast colors, I2^C _ Curtain Department, Tapestry Curtains, $3.50 grade, only $2.50 pair. Chenile Curtains, 40 inches wide, for $2.50 a pair. Chenile Curtains, (5 qual? ity, $3-50 pair Chenile Covers, 50c, 75c and $1 00 Tapestry Covers from $1.50 to $2 50 Lace Curtains at 75c, 85c, $r, $1.25, $1.50 and up Poles and trimmings given away without extra charge with every pair of Lace Cur? tains Colored Striped Scrim, 5c, 8c and ioc Japanese Gilt Figured Drap? ery at ioc yard Figured dilkallne at iOc and I2j^C _ Domestic Department. Yard-wide S...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 April 1897

Dr. Miles' Nervine Triumphs. Excessb/e Nervousness from Childhood. ? La Grippe Brings on Heart Weakness. kEV. B. P. SEA RE Y, pastor M. E church, Buchanan, Ga. writes Dec. 10, lftl?: " In childhood I was afflicted with excessive nervousness, which, almost developed into St. Yitus dance. I partially recovered, but at collego it gradu? ally grew worse. Close study aggravated tho trouble; any unusual exertion caused trembling all over. In 1S90 I had a severe attack of La Grippe which brourrhton heart weakness. 1 had been almost constantly i under treatment for nervous troubles, and changed climates fre I qucutly without avail. Last February I be? gan taking l>r. Miles' Restorative Nervine and Nerve and Liver _f Pills and since then I have been studying more and working harder than for years and the good ciTects that have resulted seem to be permanent " Dr. Miles' Remedies arc sold by all drug? gists under a. positive guarantee, first buttle benefits or money refunded, book o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 April 1897

of a pair of Is about Four Hundred miles. You can go at least seventy-five miles better in our "Warrant" Bals. They outdo all our competitors, and the price, $2.98, is where you can reach them in this life. It is the. business of our life to put life into our business, and tho liveliest thing we have is our Ladies' $1.00 Oxfords. All-solid All-Summer wearers. Roanoke Shoe Company. THE MENDICANTS. We are a? mutidicants who wait Along tlni roudsido in tho Hun. ' ; Tatters of yesterday ana shred3 Of morrow clothe ub every one. And some are dotards, who believe And glory in the days of old, Whilu Home are dreamers, harping still Upon au unknown age of gold. Hopeless or witless! Not onu heeds As lavish time comes down tho way And tosses in tho suppliant hat One great new minted gold today. But there bo others, happier far. The vugnbondlsh sons of God, Who know the players and the flowers And caro not how the world may plod. They idlo in tho traffic laiVls And loiter through tho woods wit...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 22 April 1897

Colored Shirts. Business men need Shirts that won't show dust and dirt at the close of the day. My Colored Shirts meet the need. They hare link cuffs, attached or detached, and are worn with white collars. There aro three sleeve lengths, short, medium and long. They look business like, but they look "swell," too. They are 75c, $1.00, $1.35 and $1.50 each, and j hey fit to perfection. ?and the celebrated Manhattan Hat! in new shades, and the or ice will meet wltli^your'approval. Your own interests require'you to keep posted on whist I ntn selling. ? Oiic-l'rice Clothier, Successor to Jos. Cohn, ffl ?. ROANOKB, VA. has Lunsforfl&Son, The Pioneer Agents. Examine their form of policy and list of companies before insuring. They rep? resent the same companies now they did fifteen years ago. Fire Insurance, Ute, Accident and Surety Bonus. Can't FM tbe Holes! 00 YOU RIDE A BICYCLE? Then don't worry about finding 'and patching holes, but use Universal Punct? ure Cure, which will ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 April 1897

? NICE I.OT ? EARLY JUNE PEASl Very Fine?10c Clin. PITMAN & EVANS. VOL. XVII, ISO. 3 HAVE YOU SEEN \ ?tus? 0 t It's Great. Gome and See It. 1 Price S75. -to prepnro tor those, trouble -some MOTHS. We can as -sist you with Tar Camphor, -a combination of tar caui - phor and gum camphor, nink -ing it the most effective -remedy. 20c a pound, at MASSIE'S PHARMACY... ZiJ" M?th Halls 5c 11?., six l!>?i Dud. I A Gift of I $ Solid Silver | I Purchasad from us } 0-gives pleasure to all con- 0 $-cerncd. The one who gives 0 ^ -it knows that it is the stand- a ?-aid in high art silverware, a J -The one who receives it 5 2-knows that both in material J 0--and workmanship it is the 0 4-liest that possibly can be 0 0 -purchased direct from respon- 4 0 ?-sihle manufacturers. Many (?> 0 -new and beautiful examples A ?-are now ready for your In- a -speotlon. > - The present low price of J[ -bullion brings the cost down J -to a figure NEVER before 0 -reached...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 April 1897

E TIMES EVERY morning, except monday. roanorb publishing co., run i.i buk us and proprietors, 122 campbell ave. s.w. TERMB'TJr mail (postage prepaid.': dailt, one month. 60 " three months. $1.50 ? six months. 3.00 m one year, in advance. 5.00 SUNDAY edition, one year.. 1.00 nnnu.i;. I Business OlHco.143 FHONks. ^ ndttorlal Koomi. IX* APRIL. S M T W T F S . .: . l a 8 4 5 0 7 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 .. Senator Peikins, of California, pre? sented two petitions from that State on Wednesday, one asking for the abrogation of tho Hawaiian reciprocity treaty and ?the other that it he allowed to remain as It is. Much interest is lelt od the Pacific coast in this question, and while some .are contending for tho abrogation of the treaty so that suear imported from Ha? waii shall pay the same duties as sugar from other countries, others insist that tho treaty should not be disturbed. The petitions presented by Senator Perkins were referred to the comm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 April 1897

NOTICK Ol MKBTING. THE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE .shareholders of the Virginia Brewing Company will ba hold in the office of tho company, Roanoke, Va., on SATURDAY, THK 22ND DAY OP MAY, 1897, at 13 o'clock noon, for the election of a board of directors for tho ensuing year and for the transaction of such other business as may come before the meeting. 1 W. F. PENN, Secretary. TUB FIRST ANNUAL MEETING of the stockholders of the Now Rivet '^Urldgo Company will be held at tho oOico of the company at Room No. 507 Terry Building, in Roauoke, Va., at 9:80 o'cIock 'a. in. WEDNESDAY, THE 5TH DAY OF MAY, 1897, for the election of a board of directors for tho ensuing year, und for the transaction of such other business as nrny come tcfore the meeting. GEO. L. HART, Secretary. * THE SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING of the. stockholders of tho West Rudfotd Laud and Improvement Company will be held at room No. 507 Terry Building, Roanoke, Va., at 9:45 a. m., WEDNES? DAY, THE 5TH DAY OF MAY, 1897, for the elect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 April 1897

YOUR KIDNEYS? Dr. Hobbs Sparagus Kidney Pills save CTJIUtD tuoobakdb of WEAK BACKS? They cure by healing the jouua aoeta. a.a. Kidneys and Purifying the Blood, from Urio Acid and other impnritios. T hoy Cure Rheumatism, Backache, Neuralgia, ?Diabetes,Dropsy, Bladder Troubles and IVmale. "Weakrt*?s. How is yoar Liver? db. Hobbb Linus I.wkh Pixls, quiokly cars Sick Headncho and HOttBS REMEDY CO., PnorartSTORS, ?Cuicago. Dr. Hobbs Pills, For Sale By Van lcar bros., pharmacists, Salem Ave. ui>d Jetlerao? St., Roanoke, Va. EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. The Nichols ense, which has created no little interest an account of the heretofore good character of the accused, w?s con? cluded yesterday in the county court, the ."jury bringing in a verdict of guilty, and fixing his term of imprisonment in the State penitentiary at two years. This "verdict was oo the first count, the accused being indicted for two separate ofTcnces, the first for stealing a cow hclongiutr to ?J. M. Smith, and the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 April 1897

BARGAIN FFERINGS For This Week. Wash Goods Department. Figured Dimities, the ice quality, for yc, Figured Valols Lace Stripe, the I2j^c quality, for 8c Silk Stripe Ohallies, 18c quality, for i2^c Lappet Mull, 18c quality, for i25^c Flowered Organdy, 25c qual? ity, for 18c French Figured Organdy, 35c quality, for 25c Figured and Plain Ettamine, 20c quality, for 15c. Jaconette Duchesse, 15 cent quality, for i2T/zO Percale, yard-wide, only 8c Cambric Percale, fast cplors, ia^c _ Curtain Department. Tapestry Curtains, $3.50 grade, only $2.50 pair. Cheuile Curtains, 40 inche3 wide, for $2.50 a pair. Chenlle Curtain?, $5 qual? ity, $3.50 pair Chenile Covers, 50c, 75c and $1 00 Tapestry Covers from $1.50 to $2 50 Lace Curtains at 75c, 85c, $r, $1.25, $1.50 and up Poles SLvd trimmings given away without extra charge with every pair of Lace Cur? tains Colored Striped Sirlm, 5c, 8c and ice > < t Japanese Gilt Figured Drap? er y at ioc yard Figured dilkaline at ioc and Do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 April 1897

OANOKE STREET RAILWAY SCHEDULE IN BFFSOT APRIL 91, 18S7. Crystal C Spring vim Wal't st&ni Mt o"5 - M 7 m 800 8 40 ?4 9 40 I ID tO 10 20 10 U 11 0311 * 11 40 I S 01 1' M 1 M 13 90 13 40 too 148 2 20 SCO ?40 490 6 00 640 K9T 7 CO 740 893 9 CO 040 10 99 1 9) 2 0J i40 8 93 400 4 40 590 R00 ?41 710 100 840 9 91 10 00 10 43 Vu Cid'Kfl WcnIEnil SO A M 0 00 040 7 9J 800 8 40 s SO 10 01 10 40 11 SO P M 12 00 19 40 ISO 900 940 390 4 03 4 40 590 600 6 40 790 8 CO 8 40 990 10 00 10 40 11 90 5i A M 830 7 00 740 890 300 9 49 IP 31 11(0 11 40 P M 13 30 ( 00 140 930 3(0 84U 490 5 00 5 40 6 SO 7 00 740 890 0(0 9 40 10 80 11 00 11 40 a * ? AM 7? 840 990 10 IU P M 19 00 17 4') 190 9 00 9 40 390 40b 440 5 90 GOO ?40 790 800 840 990 '000 10 40 11 90 5^ 83 A M 741 QUO 940 1100 P M 19 90 1 00 I 40 990 800 840 490 5 00 5 40 CSO 700 740 8 20 900 940 10 90 II ro 11 40 gl ?a c A M 700 7 40 883 900 9 40 in so 11 oo 1140 P M 19 30 100 1 40 290 310 840 420 500 540 690 700 740 890 900 A M 78) bOO 8 40...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 April 1897

Ill of a pair of Is about Four Hundred miles. You can go at least seventy-five miles better in our They outdo all our competitors, and the price, $2.98, is where you can reach them in this life. It is the business of our life to put life into our business, anil the liveliest thing we have is our Ladies' $1.00 Oxfords. All-solid All-Summer wearers. Roanoke Shoe Company. MIGRATION. Through tho nutunm woods tin shadows grow And widor and deeper tho streamlets flow; No sound but the rippling waters heard, Or tlio faint low twitter of somo lone bird. Belated, forgotten and wondering why His mate had deserted him?ho must lly, Kor redo winds uro tossing the trees o'erhcjid And scattering tho leaves of golden red That cling us they fall to ferns pain grown. Cream tinted, like old laeo some queen had worn. Ho away from this BOOlio to u cheerier ono The loilO bird flies with tho setting sun And rests midst the boughs of old oak trees, Where Spanish moss swings in tin; soft, warm breeze. There...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 April 1897

Colored Shirts. Business men need Shirts' thut won't show dust aud dirt at the cIobo of the day. My Colored Shirt? meet the need. They haro link cuffs, attached or detached, aud are worn with white collars. There are three sleeve lengths, short, medium and long. They look business-like, but they look "swell," too. Thoy are 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50 each, aud Lthey lit to perfection. Hosiery, Underwear, Neckwear, Gloves, ?and the celebrated Manhattan Hat! in new shades, and the orice will meet with your approval. Your own interests require'you to keep posted on what I am selling. ? One-trice Clothier, Successor to Jos. Cohn. SSSc. Roan ok is, V a. Elias. LuusforuMoD, The Pioneer Agents. Examine their form of policy and list ;>( companies before insuring. They rep? resent the same companies now they did fifteen years ago. Fire ?nsuiance. I-iie, Accident ami Surety Rends. WORKING FOR DEBOE. Frankfort, Ky., April '22.? Dr. Hunter finished writlnz his'communicatiou to the ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 24 April 1897

f ????????????+??+????+?< - KICE I.OT i. ?EARLY JUNE PEAS' Very Fine-10c Can. PITMAN & EVANS. 5 VOL. XVII, NO. 1 I DON'T BUY i A BICYCLE UNTIL YOU < 5 HAVE SEEN THE '97 < AT $80, AND THE '97 WESTFIELD AT *7.->. YOU'LL HEGRET IT IF YOU DO ( e.;L,Pl:tpPo/MA^.V?i.r. I Our Sada Fountain | x Is the place where weary mortals A may be refreshed?for a very small 9 consideration. It is now in full T blast, with our usual large variety ,j> of delectable flavors $ COOL, $ SPARKLING, PURE AND REFRESHING Iff Cream Sot! a. 5 Cents. i MASSIE'S PHARMACY. ' A Gift of I Solid Silver \ Purchased from us \ ?gives pleasure to all con ?aerned. The one who gives ?it knows that it is the stand ?.ird in high art silverware. ?The one who receives it ?knows that both In material ?and workmanship it is the ?best that possibly can be ?purchased direct from respon ?sible manufacturers. Many ?new and beautiful examples ?are now ready for your in ?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 24 April 1897

HE TIMES. XVKUY" MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. KOANOKK rUDLISIIINO CO., PUBLISHERS AND PEOPEIETOKS, 122 CAMPHELL AVE. S.W. TERMS 1IT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID1: DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " TIIKEH MONTnS.$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 8.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 BUK I.) AY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 PHONES . I HuBlnoss Oftloo.143 t Kdltorial Kooina. X'4\ APRIL. ; S M T W T P S ?i\. 12 8 4 5 C 7 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 1G 17 18 10 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 20 80 .. "A Bryan Democrat" in to day's Times gives a little'history that will be mighty interesting reading for Col. Loscnn, of Salem, and bis adherent?. The Colonel has a record nnd it seems to be spring? ing up before him in the shape of a great big boomerang. Col. John Hay, the United States am? bassador to England, who succeeds Mr. ; Bayard, has met with a very cordial re? ception. The London papers in com? menting on the good taste display fid by Colonel Hay in bis reply to the welcome of the mayor of Southampton, gives the ex-minister a rap for talk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 24 April 1897

es-f ? NOTIOK OF MEETING. >jffHE ANNUAL MEETING OF THE Swareholders of the Virginia Brewing f?tiipany will bo held In the office of tho ?fc.ipa.ny, Roanoke, Va., on SATURDAY, THE 22ND DAY OP MAY, 1807, at 12 dj/uock noon, for the election of a board or directoim for the ensuing year aud for we transaction of such other business as oft y eouie boforo the meotlng. W. F. PEN N, Secretary. ShIT FIRST ANNUAL MEETING i?j?-the stockholders of the Now Rivei Wldgh Company will be held at tho ofllce ?cthe company at Room No. 507 Terry (Building, in Roauoke, Va., at 0:80 o'cIock km. WEDNESDAY, THE 5TH day jW may, 1897, for the election of a board ? jt.dlrectors for the enduing year, and for W- transaction of such other business as [way come I cfore tho meeting. ^ geo. L. If ART, Secretary. JTHH SEVENTH ANNUAL MEETING Wthe stockholders of the West Radfotd hand and Improvement Company will be h<l.l at room No. 507 Terry Building, Roanoke, Va., at 0:45 a. in., WEDNES JAYj TH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 24 April 1897

PMNE'S CELERrCOfflPOOND. Best Spring Remedy in the World?It Makes PeoplellWell. r*' There'is one true specific for diseases arising from".'i debilitated nervous system, nnd that is Paine's celery compound, so generally prescribed by physicians. It is probably the most remarkable remedy that the scientific research of this country has produced. Prof. Edward E. Phclpi. M. D., L L. D.. of Dartmouth College, first prescribed what is now known the world over as Paino's celery compound, a positive cure for dyspepsia, biliousuess. liver complaint, neuralgia, rheumatism, all nervous diseases and kidney troubles. For the latter Paine's celety compound 1ms succeeded again and again where everything else 1ms failed. EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. Violet K en ton, colored, died Thursday of consumption and was buried yester? day, Dr. B. F, Fox ofDciatlng. Attorney William Peyton, of Mnrtins vllle, is visiting friends and relatives in the city. The genial Mr. Crane, manager of the Oakland Mineral Water ...

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