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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 February 1896

for Snfants and Children. T HIRTY years* observation of Cant or la with the patronage of millions of persons, permit urn to spoali of it withont guessing. It is nnqnestionaoly tho host romedy for Infants and Children the world has ever hnown. It is harmless. Children llho it. It tyivos thom health. ^It will savo their lives. In it Mothers have comfr^?ling ?which, is nheolntely safo and practically perfeot as a child's medicine. Castorla destroyn 'Worms. ^ r71- Castorla allays Fovorlehness. Castorla prevents vomiting Sour Cnrd. Castorla onros Plnrrhcaa and Wind Colio. /. Castoria rolievos Toothing Troubles. Castoria onros Constipation nnd flatnlcnoy. Castoria neutralises tho oifoots of carbonic aoid rraa Or polsonons air. Castoria does not contain morphin?, opium, or other narcotic property. Castorla assimilates tho food, rogulatos the Btomaoh. and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Castoria is pnt np in ono-sizo pottles only. It is not sold in bulk. Don't allow any ono to soi...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 February 1896

Notice of Change VAN LEAR BROS. Have bought the well-known and Popular store of the Chris tlan-Barbee Drug Company. This store is filled with one of the largest stocks in the State. COURTEOUS ATTENTION, ACCURATE SERVICE, and HONEST CHARGES Messrs. G. A. and W. B. Van Lear, comprising the new firm, are graduates of the Medical College of Pharmacy. (Accurately SPECIALTY: |Cpmpoimtting ? (Prescriptions. THE TIMES. SVBHY MORNING, BXOBPT MONDAY BOANOKH PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, timeh BUILDING, IS CAMPBBLL AVHNUB 8. W. TBHMB BY MAIL (Postage Propald), ?-sjy, one month . .... f .00 *iree months.1.60 *. '?*JT"*V**.8.00 m* Blx'mon'.. j1* ?4.vance .... 0.00 ?? oneyesT.Li'inTer. .... 1.00 nnday Edition, one yt>?.. ? ?^ *??-ot the Associated Tub Timbb Is a mem dos acting association in Frees?the greatest news-coir* o special wire the ins world?and recelTOB overo* the Associated lull telegraphic news aervlce w)vor the United Frees?tno enmo news from all Vultaneously ...

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

Why Prices Find A Low Level Here For Shrewd uyers. Inventory Is over in every department, there are many things that it is best to dispose of at a very small price rather than hold over for another sea? son. That part c?neer?s only us; it is a part of the store economy. However, those very goods that are much reduced might appeal to you as being among the most desirable. Make a list of your dry goods needs, note the price you usually pay and then come to our store. Comparisons are convincing. SbeetsgPillowCases During This Sale Made from the identical cot? tons that you buy over the counter and sewed as well as you could do it. The best part of all, you pay but a trifle more than the goods would co3t by the bolt, and all the sewing and thread are saved. Econom? ical housekeepers have learned that tha best way to save on pillow slips aad sheets is to buy them at this housekeeping sale. lamasiiuilaA Priced for those who buy the best for the least. Honest, trustworthy linens that will ...

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

hat's the Use ot* Waiting ? ??They " say "all things como to him who wnits,,, VttJt wo havo not been waiting, nnd we don't propose to vrait. Wo KNOW our price* aro right, our work A-l, awl if you don't Rotnok?, V?.. M_ To BALL. & MAY, Dr. Tormi- GROCERS bring us work wo will conso after it, in one way or anothor, either by bringing to your notice our prices, ftictHties and quality of execution, or personal interviews. Wo are not grumbling; far from it. We've bad our share; wo nro still getting our sharo. But we havo placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with such facilities as to command admiration from all with whom we have business intercourse. "Wo aro not waiting; haven't time to wait. An Up-to-Date Printing Office. ' . One of the vows tho writer made when ho was "devil" in a country printing offlco 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...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 February 1896

"Big as a Barn Door/' The largest piece of .good tobacco ever .sold for 10 cents ' .and Ihe Scent piece is nearly asi lar^e as you .get of other hi&h trades for 10 centa Make a list of yo . VARIOUS NOTES. Jlc'lff China and TVncIotli Kmbroldored to Match?UiHllcca Profnaoly Trimmed. Linseed oil is an excellent proservatlvo of wooden furniture, and Frouolt house? wives employ it largely. It is particularly good as an application to oak, tlio wood becoming harder and darker under Its no? tion. It also destroys woodworms, but On account of Its darkening inllueuco can? not he used for light furnituro. The cloth for tho 5 o'clock ton tnblo la row ombroidered to match tho pattern of tho china used. Delft coloring and designs are at present most popular, but In order t? be fully elfootivo should ho set off by a touch of yellow or orange, such as may bo supplied by a vase of duilodlls or ohrysuu thoimmis. Bodices nro more nnd moro trimmod, if any increase in adornment Is posslblo....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 7 February 1896

Having: rented a Store in To? ledo, Ohio, we are determined to Sell Out, and have marked Our Entire Stock of Best Se? lected Clothi ng, Men's Furn? ishing Goods, &c, Regard? less of Cost. R. Schiller, 24 Salem Ave., White Front. Is The Greatest Reduction -IN Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, ?* EVER KNOWN, AT ? R. SCHILLER'S, 24 SALEM AVENUE, (K. & S. OLD STAND) WHITE FRONT ROANOKE, VA. Look lor Hoi gtaTitt White Letters. Store for Rent. Fixtures for Sale. Possession Given March?, 1896 Calfi and be Convinced THE CORRECT THING IN Photos & "CARBONETTES" PHOTOGRAPHER, 212 S. Jefferson St., Roanoke. ?AT F.W ' > ^utlery .d, Shears, iii , osnnot bo ? town for bnauty i. I bank especially on ,. Prlcea very reasonable. A - lino of Hardware, Paints, Oil, Glass, eto. Pipe and Fittings. Min? ers' Supplies, eto., always lnatook. F. f. BBOWH'S Hardware, So. 11 Jefferson SL, ROANOKK. VA. TBE LEADING RESTAURANT IN ROANOKE, AMD THE ?EST IN AMERICA 1 OK ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 February 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY vor? XIV.?No. 42? FttlOM THltEE CENTS. l ?tt ASSOCIATED t'KBSS TOXKGRAftXB Atl. TIIK NEWS OF THE'woiUJJ. PIBD WKASaillt. Forecast for Virginia? Fair weather Saturday with, an Increased cloudl ln' ^ at night; little ohanno la temper* af' .e; light westerly winds. MAN WANTED! Did you 'phone ub Thursday asking for estimate for some work on house back of Hotel Itoauoke ? We seem to have misunderstood your name and address. Call us up this morn? ing <and say you 8?irmic "ad" ia The Times. aoanoKQ RocOng and Metal Coraice Co., Ooramerse Bt. and Franklin Boad. J. B. OGM.INGWOOD, - - Manager. -s- 'Phone 928. YOU CANNOT TELL ^ Bylooklntrat the bottle ot j nacfcage, 'whether yovf' Prescription has been Confli penes Toly o if Take Tour I'rcsr.rlptlons j \> uud Fanrtly Huclpes to ' Confidence In the fix-' penser to whet you bius; Toly nvon. R. Ml. SUTTON & CO. ?rapt. D. C. Booth, accnt ot K. M. Sntton-.t Co., Of Baltimore, wboleaalo dealers in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 February 1896

POISON IH THE BIOOO Which Is tits Direct Cause or Rheumatism, and in Fact of Most Physical Troubles. "These are trying times." Tbe speaker was a middle-aged, man and father of quite a family. "I don't refer to business," he con? tinued, "but to the trying weather. I have a severe attaok of rheumatism, my wife has a bad oold and the rest of the family are not well." "I know it is a common thing to lay all these troubles to the weather, but I have come to the conclusion that the condition of the system haa muoh to do with it. If the man who has rheumatism and the woman who has a cold, will trace back for the eauae, it will be found. in some weakness of the body." "And do you know what I think the greatest weakness in the body is? I will tell you. I believe it Is due to urlo add, which Is in the blood, keeping it fermented all the time. I know that it onuses rheumatism and I blleve most colds." ' "You naturally ask how does this urlo acid get in the blood. The answer is very simple. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 February 1896

the new shortening, like all other things must be rightly used if you wish the best results. Never, in any recipe, use more than two-thirds as much Cottolene as you used to use of lard. Never put Cot tolene in a hot pan. Put it in when cold and heat it with the pan. Be careful not to burn Cottqlene. To test it, add a drop of water; if hot enough,sit will pop. Cottolene, when rightly used, delights everyone. Get the genuine, sold every? where in tins, with trade-marks?"Cottolene" and steer's head in cotton-plant wreath?on every tin. Made only by ! TUB N. IC. FAIRDANK COMPANY, ST. LOUIS and CHICAGO. * ./Pond's Extract cures Colds, Catarrh, 5ore Throat, Inflammations and ALL PAIN. * ?? ii.11111111 REV. CHA8. H. PARK HURST, the great reformer of New York.?"Have used Pond's Extract long and constantly." REV. C. 8. ROBINSON, the well known editor of "Bongs for tha Sanctuary," Ac.?"Pond's Extract fulfills every promise it makes.'* 2,O0O ORDERS FROM PHYSICIANS WITHIN ONE MONTH. SUBSTITUTES ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 February 1896

Notice of Change VAN LEAR BROS. Havo bought the well-known and Popular store of the Chris tian-Barbee Orug Company. This store is filled with one of the largest stocks in the State. COURTEOUS ATTENTION, ACCURATE SERVICE, and HONE8T CHARGES. Messrs. G. A. and W. B. Van Lear, comprising the new firm, are graduates of the Medical College of Pharmacy. ( Accurately SPECIALTY: ] Compounding ( Prescriptions. THE TIMES. 3VEKY 1SOR.hing, EXCHPT monday ROAROKB PUBLISHING CO., PubllBhorg and Proprietors, TIMES BUILDING, 139 OAMPB3LL A VUN UK B. W. Til Kits BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month. $ .so " throe months. l.r.f, 11 six months. S.fjo ?? one year. In advance .... S/.'oo anday Edition, one year .... .'l.oo Tb> Tikes 1b a memoer ot the Associated Press?the greatest news-collecting association in the world?and receives over a sperjial wire the tnll telegraphic news service ot tr/j Associated Proas?tho bbtoo news from all over the United States and the world that is Blrjh...

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

High Class Novelties in all the new shades. Come early and obtain the pick of the choicest. Silk and Wool, new spring shade Dress Goods at 37^c. All-wool Dress Goods, new spring shades at 25c. lew Black Dress Goods, In Moh?r ine, Fignred Mo? hairs, BrllHantlnes, Jacquards, and numerous other weaves. Such a selection never before shown in the city. / lew Silks For Waists. Printed warps?Persian and Dresden effects, all the leading colorings, perfect beauties? suitable for waists or Trim? mings. 150 pieces new Scotch Zephyr Ginghams at 10c and i2>?c. 100 piece3 Toil du Nord Ginghams at 10c; just the thing for children's dresses. Just received the latest fad in Belts?in Gilt, Irridescent Fish Scales, and All-Silk Novelty Belts. On MONDAY we will begin the special sale of 50 Dozen Kid Gloves The real values of which are from $1 to $1.75 per pair. Closing Out Price 50c Per Pair. 100 different styles CORSETS consisting of some of the lead? ing makes ranging in price from 50c to'...

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

Good for nothing did you say? Yes, that describes how I feel. 1 have no energy left, nothing inter? ests me. My strength has left me and 1 have . no inclination to work. No one would take me for the same person that 1 used to be. I look and feel forlorn and miserable. Aly spirits are low, I feel despondent and I can't sleep at night. I am constipated and my digestion is out of order. Ifecl almost hopeless, it seems to me that I shall rfever be strong again. Cheer up, your case is far from being hopeless. You are suffering from general debility, your nerves need toning up, you lack vitality. The cure lies in enriching and purifying your blood and strength? ening the system. You should take Brown's Iron Bitters, it ?will restore you to robust, perfect health. You will improve from the first bottle. This remedy Is pleasant to take and is a very powerful strengthened It does not stain the teeth. But get the genuine?sec the crossed red lines on wrapper. ?RQWN CHEMICAL CO._BALTIMORE, MD. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 February 1896

BEAUTIFUL AND STRONG. he Greatest American Prima Donna Made Well by Paine's Celery Compound. There was never a remedy so highly | recommended aa Palno'a celery com? pound. There was never a remedy in Buch universal demand. For it makes people woil '. EveryV 9 among the thousands who have bee\ ielghted by the beautiful songs of Borna, tbo great prima donna, recognize in hor une of the world-famous aIngers. Born In California, Bhe graduated with honors at Eastern musical collogeB, and on her return to the coast, became first the prima donna at the Tivoli Opera House in San Francisco. It was while making the tour with the famous Marine Band at Washing? ton iaBt BeaBon, that the beautiful Roma GRANT BEFORE THE WAR. A story of How the Teamster Dined at thu Flrat Table. For Bevern! years thoro was mucii said about a railroad from Galona to Jnnos Vlllo, tho idea being, when onco thoro, to .arrange with tho then Milwaukee and Mississippi, now the Chicago, Milwaukeo nnd St. Paul, to run a li...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 February 1896

The Greatest Reduction -!n Havingr rented ? Store in To? ledo, Ohio, we are determined to Sell Out, and have marked Our Entire Stock of Best Se? lected Clothing, Men's Furn? ishing Goods, &.c., Regard? less of Cost. Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, &c R. Schiller, 24 Salem Ave., White Front. EVER KNOWN, AT R. SCHILLER'S,\fs 24- salem avenue, (K. & S. OLD STAND) WHITE FRONT ROANOKE, VA. IM lor M Sis litti Wbite Letters. Store for Rent. Fixtures for Sale. . \ Possession Given \ Marii?JU896 Call and be Convinced THE CORRECT THING IN PhofOS our "CARBONETTES" ?et PHOTOGRAPHER, 212 S. Jefferson St., Roanoke. VB/WW^BtW%TW&Wmm WWW wwm - ?AT? F.W. Brown's, Ho. H Jefferson St., ROANOKE, U. My line of Tablo and Pocket Cutlery Carving Knives and Forks, Shears, Soiisora, Razors, eto , cannot bo equalled In this town for beauty and quality. I bank especially on quality. Prices very reasonable. A full line of Hard warp,-p'alnta, Oil, Glass, etc. Pin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 9 February 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. VOI? XIV.?No. ??*. * YHlUK TBBlSJB CKNT8. fiOAlSTOKE, YA? SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1896. IfCXI. ASSOCIATE!) PRBS8 TELEGRAMS. ALL TUE NEWS OF THE WOKU). TUB WEATUMK. HB fforeeaet lor Virginia: BalnSnnday, I clonritiB. at night; colder In tho lnter tor; northeast shifting to northwest winde. Leak Detectives. We hunt leaks in roofs and put a stop to them?-if you so * in? struct us. Roanoke Roofing and Metal Gof nice Co., Commerce St. ftnd Franhlln Boad. J. E. COLLINQWOOD,-Manager. -'Phone ?28. HUNDREDS OF PERSONS In Roanoke to-day are uaing "Zoline" for their teeth and are delighted with ita pleasant and cleanb iDg efl'ect. lioconi mended by dentists. To bo bad in liquid and powdered form at Massie's Pharmacy. R. M. SUTTON & CO. Cant. D. C. Boot' agent ot R, M. Bntton A Co., ot b ultimo re, whol >?Ve dealers in dry goods and notions, who en pan. >lc rooms are In tbolloiol LeO, (corner tjalrm avenue and Commerce street) line last rec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 9 February 1896

ALE? IIS Patterson Goon was in town jester* day. Prof. H H. Handy, of AlleRhany In? stitute, wss In town yesterday. Miss Jennie Chapman left yesterday to visit her brother in Franklin oounty. Mi* a Mabel Klzer, of Salisbury, N. O., Is visiting Mrs. B. O. Kizor on the De? velopment Hill. r Evangelist Clarence B. Strouae left yesterday to conduct a series of meet? ings at bhenandoah. Peter Shlrey is oonflned to his room -with a cold at tho residenoe of his son in-law, Wm. McOauley. . Dr. J. B. Taylor and Miss Anna Taylor returned yesterday from visit? ing friends in Lexington. Dr. W. D. Armstrong has been oon? flned to his home o Broad street for several days with slokness. George F. Hellor has returned home from Chattanooga, where he has been in the railroad business for the past two months. There will be a congregational meet? ing at the Presbyterian Church next Sunday morning after services to take steps looking to the calling of a pastor. Captain W. Qrlffln is in recaipt of a lett...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 9 February 1896

What is Castoria is Dr. Samuel Pitclicr's prescription for Infants and Children. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic suhstance. It is a harmless suhstituto for Paregoric,' Drops, Soothing Syrups, and Castor Oil. It Is Pleasant. Its guarantee is thirty years' use hy Millions of Mothers. Castoria destroys Worms and allays feverishness. Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd, cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria relieves teething troubles, cures constipation and flatulency. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Cas? toria is tho Children's Panacea?the Mother's Friend. Castoria. "Castorfs, ts am excellent medicine for chit' ' .ren. Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good afloat upon their children." Dr. G. C. Osgood. _ LoweU, Mass. "Castoria-Is the best remedy for children of which I am acquainted. I hope the day is not for distant when mothers wilt consider the real interest of their children, and use...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 9 February 1896

Notice of Change VAN LEAR BROS. Have bought tho well-known and Popular store of the Chris tlan-Barbee Drug Company. This store is filled with one of the largest stocks in the State. COURTEOUS ATTENTION, ACCURATE SERVICE, and HONEST CHARGES. Messrs. G. A. and W. B. Van Lear, comprising the new firm, are graduates of the Medical College of Pharmacy. { Accurately 8PECIALTY: j Compounding (Prescriptions. ????MM????? THE TIMES. BVHBY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY BOANOKB PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIM Kb BUILDING, 133 OAMPBBLL AVBN?B 8. W. TERMS BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid). Dally, one month. 8 -M w tares months ..... 1.W " alz months. 8.00 ?*? one year, In advance .... 5.00 nnday Edition, one year . . IAD Tai Time. Is a member ot the Assoelatod FreEs?the greatest nows.-collecting association In she world?and receives over a special wire the (nil telegrauhlc news service ot the Associated Free?? the sumo news trom all over the United States and the world that Is simultaneously re?...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 9 February 1896

High Class Novelties in all the new shades. Come early and obtain the pick of the choicest. Silk and Wool, new spring shade Dress Goods at 37^c. All-wool Dress Goods, new spring shades at 25c. Hew Black Kress Goods, In Mchadne, Figured Mo? hairs, Brilliantlnes, Jacquards, and numerous other weaves. Such a selection never before shown i'n the city. Sew Sis ? For Waists. Printed warps?Persian and Dresden effects, all the leading colorings, perfect beauties? suitable for waists or Trim? mings. 150 pieces new Scotch Zephyr Ginghams at 10c and I2^C 100 pieces Toil du Nord Ginghams at 10c; jnst the thing for children's dresses. Just received the latest fad In Belts-^in Gilt, Irridescent Fish Scales, and All Silk Novelty Belts. On MONDAY we will begin the special sale of 50 Dozen KH Moves The real values of which are from $1 to $1.75 per pair. Cosing Out Price 50c Per Pair. 100 different styles CORSETS consisting of some of the lead? ing mates ranging in price from 50c to $1.25. Closing Ou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 9 February 1896

So Simple. Nine times V out of ten it whenweare |l out of sorts our trou? bles can be removed by that re? liable old medicine, which for more than 20 years has been curing1 many people of Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Ma? laria, Impure Blood, Neural? gia, Headache, Liverand Kid? ney troubles.^- It's the peculiar combination of iron, die great strength-giver, with selected vegetable remedies of true value that makes Brown's Iron 'Bitters so good for strengthen? ing and purifying the system. It is specially good for women and children?it makes them strong and rosy. 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 Lire a Hundred Years," tells all about it; free (or Sc. stamp. 60 Blown Chemical Co,, . Baltimore, Ma Large Enrollment at the VISITORS are welcome to f inspect the work. Nothing pays better than a Good Business Education. Pp ~p CURES ALL SKIN -AND BLOOD DISEASES. Physicians...

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