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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 11 January 1891

THE NEWS OF ROANOKE SOCIETY. An Interesting Quotation Party by the Clover Club. ??WomHii" Win tlto Subject und KM- KU. I.. Mono Won tlio Prlao?Tho Mo?t Entertaining Programme ltondcred by Jlio Club?lit tcrokllng Kcoord or tbo Wcok'x Uolngii by Our Uosslper. Tho Quotation party givon by tho Clover Club at its regular mooting last, week was a most IntOiOSllng and de? lightful ohtertainraont. Iho evening oponcd with a tableau and totg. '.'A 11 rd in iho lla.it." Throe young ladies dressed in BUtuiucr attiro bellt ting their sunshiny faoos told in u song of tho nuinorous pro? posals of marriago they had had?of how they scorned them all, etc. Three of tho unfortunate 3<'ltors then appean d on tho soencs and after knoollng to tho. scornful fair, sang a bass trio, thus re lating tho snfforings they had under? gone for ta i m ii len i thr< o. Dr. Ii. Cj. fodigo represented Iho English lord: Mr. W. S. Hancock, tho dude, ami Mr. .1. F. Temple, iho pl.iln spoku lad. Seena third dbclusoil...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 11 January 1891

[DANCING, HAlUONETTEa f i pftKfMakSngr Toys for the Lonp Wintor E von in ?ja. [flory Ono P?n Makti Them If n? r^r.^~"; ?!m> InHlraetioiM Olren in This Atilol* ?Muteiii-? ?ml Old Cards Turned tu Good AeiounL Marionettes, says a sanguine inventor, oansihave an inherent lifo of thoirown. The olown, the- Columbine and all tho figures representing animals will now (Oaper about on their own hook. I "Worn-out visiting cards, matoh-stlok*, jtfooso are very simple materials with TvbJah people who aro fond of a little Wionsenso now and then can fashion all , ftho figures represented by these designs, ? ?whlob can at. any time bo sot in motion i Oiko mechanical toys. Take, for instance, a clown. First ?draw and paint the figuro on the back I jof a card?the body and head first, then 1 'the two logs and arms; carefully out out }theso Ovo pieces, placo tho body on a ; .table and above it the legs and arms in a position ol rest. Now these limbs most bo joined, and this is how it is to bo done. ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 11 January 1891

!?AVE YOU SEEN IT? Wo refer to the full and comprehensive troatiae on the {Blood and skip ? IWhothcr you aro sick or well, ?very homo should have a copy. l//you are zu ell, St tells you liow to keep so. If yon are sick, It tells you ho\v to regain your health, This valuable pamphlet will bo mail, ed free to applicants. Tun Swift Specific Co., Atlaji ta. Oa :.? > CHILD BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA? SOLO BYAL L DRUGGISTS. u" NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tboroaaon HA DAM'S MIC 110 HE KIL? LER is the most won > derful medicine, is lo? calise it has never failed in any instnnc no matter what tin disease, from Leprosy 'o the simplest disease known to the human iystom. Tho scientific men of to-day claim and prove that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? Exterminates tho "Microbe* and drives them out of tho sys,ein, and when that is done you cannot, have an ache or pain. No matter what tho diseuso, whether a simple case of malaria fever or a combi? nation of diseases, wo c...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 11 January 1891

January, 1891. PAY CASH AND PROSPER FOR Fresh Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, CALL ON CASH GROCER, 152 - SALEM AVE. - 152. Chalmor'a gelatine, 10 eta per paokugo; choioo and fresh lino or? anges, lomons, dates, figs, raisins, ?urrente, citron, 23 ct3. per pound, cooking figs, pine-applo cheeso, mooaroui, 12K ots. por pound; full orcam choose, IS ota. por pound; aprioots, peatjhes, potato ohips, London lajcr raisins, 18 cts per pound, throe pounds for 50 ots.; bost layer figs, 18 cts. per pound, throe pounds for 5*0 eta.; orango peel, lemon peel, full assortment of bottled and canned goods of every description; swoet Florida oranges, fine lino oonfeotiona, cream center ehooolate, 20 ots. per pound; Malaga grapes, preserves and jellios of all kinds; papor-?hell almonds, Valen? cia raisins, 18>?ots. per pound; flake hominy, minoo moat, barley, Ar buokle eoffeo, por pound, 25 cts.; 10 pounds granulated sugar, 51; Cali? fornia prunes, buokwheat flour, (Jraham llour; fino syrups of all kin...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 13 January 1891

Call on J. B. HuCKaDAY, tTh ? Ploneur Ag-tfnt, lor Rorniok* Keal Eatute. VOL. IX.-NO. 100. 3 P JSC, I AI. NOTICES. [PECIAL BARGAIN. For sale, two new houses in tho I ?astern part of Ruanoko with eight ' rooms, built on the old Colonial stylo, just OJiuploted, for S.'.uuo eaoh, on easy payments. Tho owner, intending going North in a few days, makes this Hp cial offer, being de? sirous of selling before - taking Iiis d? - , yarture. A discount will b t made to [party taking both properties. For fui \ ?her partiuulars. te.ms, oic.. c ill on WILBUR S. I"OLK ,fc CO., Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Uuiluing. N OTICE. We can soil lots in tho hoart of the town at 35 to 40 per oent. lower than any other lots noar them oan be bought for. MM M?NS, AMBLER Jfc CO., REAL. ESTATE AGENTS, Iluchanan. Va. Office corner Washington and Water Street?. j^J OTICE. WATER CONSUMERS. Water rentals for tho quartor (Janu ary, February and March) are now due Consumeres are hereby notified to ?all at j the oflloe of th...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 13 January 1891

'NATIONAL COtJNCIL., JSffany Woman to Moot in Oonfor Onoo in Washington, Ift PVibrn^ry Contention Which Will no tho JDargest Itoprcscntatlvo Kofly of Worn* cj? ISvor Assembled?Somo of Uio Pvoplo Who Will Uo There. / loll first triennial meeting of the Nn kfonnJ Council of Women of tho United tatotcs, to be hold at Albnogh's Opcra Starase. Washington, from Feburary 23 tio 35 Inclusive, will hohi during its yxmni public sessions the attcntiou of tttw country. It is expected to be tho j KATK TAKNA1T WOODS. "Sargest representative body of women *rver assembled, and the wideness of its purpose will make it the most im? portant. The National Council is the outcome ?f the International Council of Women ?allcd at Washington in the spring of 3888 by the National Woman Suffrage Association. That congress was atr teuded by delegates from Gfty-three Motional societies in seven difForent Countries. It drew two thousand women uns. si a v wniorrr kkwai.i.. [from all over the world to listen to ad ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 13 January 1891

[E WOMAN OF FASHION. Poop txt tho Promenadors on Fifth Avonuo. fonfn Dyliif* of thw Capo Fover?.Tftckot? JE.u?t IIo a Combtuiitlon of Two Kinds of Cur or lAtr and Cloth-Cloth Toquoi? txi Gonornl Vitvor. ?fcXJPVUlUHT, 1BW. ?T JAMBS W. JOHNSON.] ' ft is estimated that more women have perished of pneumonia from wearing (bo becoming und fashionable little ?Apes than from any other one article of dress, or undress, that has ever bceu in vogue. The high collar docs something towards neutralizing the evil, but it can not do all, for there are the arms to be protected, as well as the small of the back, tho rib regiou and tho neighbor? hood of the stomach. It is so tcmpiing to wear one's caj)o justonco more. Of course, it will be discarded as soon us the weather is cold enough to call for a jacket. Hut. to? day, it is One out-of-doors and the breeze seems soft and balmy, though a trifle piercing as oho waits upon a corner for (the BlJreet ear. And so the cape goes on again and the woman look...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 13 January 1891

THE ROANQKE TIMES. BVEKY MOBNINO. EXCEPT MONDAY. ROAXOKE TIMES I'UIILISIMXa CO., Puulliinvrs mimI Pmprn lotv. TIME."* ItUII.IH.NMi. ??rtl atomic ami Kind slrwl, ??utliwost. TBIiBl'HOXH M'MUKH 1^4. TnitTiMKS will Ih>delivered in Itimnnko, S*? ;?u,nnil Vlntoii uvcry inunilnn i>y carrloin h r eonti* pur month. *?liHMS. MY MAIL tt'ontmrc Prepaid.) -Bally, one mouth.f ??*' m three imnithts.\-*' m Hix months . .... ??.'?' ? ono year. All papers sent out ni tho city must ho puitl ftv invariably in advance. TUR WEEKLY TIMES. Tun Wkkki.v Times, containing tho news of thyw.ih in a more eoudeiwod form, uiiu your. SVOO In mlvunce._ Advurtlsing' rates mauo known on appllca ?11?._ Items of now?, comniunientioni?, etc., shoulU 1?I addrosst-d to the E-lltor of TllKTlMKM. Remittances, hy CJtprttW. moneys.rdcr. reu fcrterod letter, cheque, or draft, should he a<l ?3?rcs?ed ami made payable to 9BB K9ANOKR TIMES IT HUSHING CO. Itoonoko. Virginia. Entered at tho Poatoffleo b? Itoanoke ns scc ea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 13 January 1891

WHAT THE Y. M. CA. IS DOING. An Interesting Interview With Secretary Johnson. *b.n New K?nnt? Well Pitted Un-Tho A?l ?autiiK"* tho Annotation onVrn Young Meu?A Well 8ui>|tlleil Heading Kowiu. A Debutlmc and l.ltorni-t suilviy tu be Orcaulaod?*'lti William to Lecture. A Times reporter made a visit yester? day afternoon to tho new rooms of the Young Men's Christian Association, and was most agreeably surprised at the wonderful changes which have been made in the rooms sine j tho associa? tion's rohabilllation. Tho reporter was cordially greeted by Mr. Johnson, tho genoral s? crotary, and in reply to several quostlons received the following answers: "I Supposo this will bo ocoupiod by the association permanently now, will it not?" "Yes, this will probably bo the last , move wo will mako un?l wo uro ready to enter the elegant building whioh the business men ot Itoanako will undoubt? edly give to the yuung men." "Are the rooms well patronized now by tho young men?" "Of o mrse, the att...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 13 January 1891

t)EATH WAS IN THE AIR, jObJ^rossman. Cuxaminujs Relates I Some Thrilling War Storioa. BCbo Uoirtontini - Colonot'a Oommanil ? 1 "VftratcJ Vou I?3to th?> Gnus?"?Blajo? ?BfteraJ CommliiRV Oompaiwton on i an Dnlaeky Oonfrxlftrato. (<?miroirr. 1831.1 NEVER shall forget the fight on May !, 1803, near Frod cricksbnrg. It was on t he day following tho capture of tho Heights. Sodg wick's corps, on Sunday sift ?rncan, had left Frederlcksburg and [inarched towards Chanocllorsville, to (?lB3Ct a junction with Hooker and tho |innin army. That night ho struoh tho ?ConfodcratcB in force at Sakmi Church. The day hod been clear and sunny. Wlfibout developing the position of the Confederate batteries in his front, Undo John drove into tho wixxls, in an offoTt to carry every thing before Iura. The New Jersey brigade suffered ter? ribly. Tbc fight lasted till after nine ?*otock. Haxt morning, Scdgwick drew back a Stttle. He learned that tho Confederates 'had Kwopt nJ-ound his left flank, and re ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 13 January 1891

IS YOUR WIFE WELL? THE WOMEN OF AMERICA ARE THE LARGEST CONSUMERS OF S. S. 9. IT NEVER FAILS TO RESTORB BROKEN DOWN HEALTH WHEN CAUSED BY IMPOVERISHED BLOOD ?| ORTHE CARES OF {%? THE HOUSEHOLD. ;'v OVER TEN THOUSAND jl? OF THE BEST WOMEM - OF THE COUNTRY TESTIFY TO THIS. Don't fail to send for oar book on blood diseases. Mailed free. BwiF-r 8FKCV10 Co., Atlanta, Q*, "MOTHERS 1\R1END" BRAD Fl ELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTAg^ SOLO BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ^ NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. TTho reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is the most won >derful medicine, in be? cause it has never failed in any instance, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy to the simplest disease known to tho human system. The scientific men of to-day olaim and preve that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? Exterminates the microbes and drives them out of the sys.em, and when that is done you cannot have an ache or pain. No matter what the disease, whether a simple case of malaria fever or a combi? nation of dise...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 13 January 1891

January, 1891. PAY CASH AND PROSPER FOR Fresh Staple and Fancy GROCERIES, CALL ON C. F. BLOUNT, CASH GROCER, 152 - SALEM AVE. - 152. Cbalmer's gelatine, 10 cte per package; ohoico and fresh lino or? anges, lemons, dates, figs, raisinB, currents, citron, 25 cts. per pound, ?Booking figs pine-apple cheese, snaearoni, l"M cte. per ponnd; full cream ekeeeo, 15 ete. per pound; apricots, peaches, potato chips, l<endon layer raisins, 18 ets per pvund, throe1 pounds for 50 ote.; kost layer figs, 16 ot?. per pound, three ponnds for 50 cts.; orange peel, lemon pool, full assortment of bottled and canned goods of every description; sweet Florida oranges, ' fine lino eonfeotions, cream center ?chocolate, 30 ote. per ponnd; Malaga grapes, preeorvee and jellies of all kinds; paper-shell almonds, Valen? cia raisins, 13cts, per pound; flake hominy, mine? meat, barley, Ar buoklo coffee, per pound, 25 cts.; IS pounds gracnlated sugar, 81; Cali? fornia prunes, buckwheat flour, Graham flour; fine sy...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 14 January 1891

Call on _ J. B. HuCKADA"?, Tae Pioneer A?ent, lor Ro&nokfe Ueal Kb t?te. ' 1 OL. IX.-NO. 101. SPECIAL NOTICES. ?PEOIAL BARGAIN. For salo, two new bouses in the Utern parf of Rvanoke with eight 'oms, built on tbo old Colonial jle, just completed, for 82,000 ich, on easy payments. The owner, tending going Worth in a few iys, makes this spi cial offer, being de roiis of selling bcforo taking bis de? nature. A discount will bo made to n*ty taking both properties. For fur >er particulars, tu.ms. otc., call on W1L.HUit S. POLK A CO., Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. TOT ICE. Wo oan sell lota In the hoart of the town at 35 to 49 per cent, lower than any other lots near thorn oan bo bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER& CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buohanan. Va. [Office corner Washington and Water roots. iQTIOfl. ATER CONSUMERS IWator rontals for tbo quarter (Janu y, February and March) are now due. jmsumoros are hereby notified to call at fiO ofiloo of tbo company, Exchange Hiding, room 12,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 14 January 1891

THE PLETHYSMOGRAPH. > Ak Electrical Story, Adapted from the German by Klauusmair .a. ' F YOU wish to SCO UX'n once moro, comu a t once.*' Tb'is was tho brh? f message I rcr oived a few ds ?ys ago from ray friend Will? iam Dorsott ? wvti\ known as tho iuventor of tho self - gencr >tlng light. What had hap? pened to Dorsott? I Did ho contom plato tho execu? tion of his favor ito plan, enter? tained for many ?T/earn, to travel to the North Polo in n (peculiarly con/ itructod air ship, or did Intend to ?carry oe?s his scheme to ^?Qbjoct tho cSimato of Australia and the V-^ast uncultivotcd plains of tho Antipo .??fean coutine nt to tho marvelous effects *ji hte roooatly-inventcd weathcr-regu , latin* jvprsnruttis? For a moment I ' feared ths* despair over some sudden ? jsadsfortmro had moved Dorsctt to write lids" peculiar letter, but a moment's re rfiection sufficed to dismiss such 5<houghts. Dorsctt had no reason under *flic sun for feeling despondent, Mr Brown, one of the pro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 14 January 1891

iOYAL PLAYWRIGHT an Elizabeth, of Iloumania, TuniH Dramatist. Piny Soon to Re st?i-<l at ?he Viru 1 urn Hie to ?An Out In* ?r llie I'.ot?The Title of th? l" , co la ?' U.-aivr m .uoiiy,~ [loert t-Hzabeth of r.ownanla, jich Kyivhj received In hor salon at Hotel Imperial in Vienna recently, Jtho New York Sun, tlio company management of tho Vienna Ilurg Her, where ono of her plays will bo flght out noon. After all the guests (arrived tho Queen fiat down, at a table bosido tho Archduchess Mhcrosa and read tho manu* jit of her latest work, "Muster (oily," a tragedy in five acta. Tho B of the tragedy conforms with tuo Bnca of a Huumunian legend. Jolly, it muster architect, is building ?.at cathedral. Midway in Ills work rCcotnes embarrassed by lack of Moreover, every morning ho b a bit of tho work dono on the pro pig day destroyed by undlscoverablo Is. 'Iho working-mcrt becomo sup lllotts and are led by Manolly's jhics to believe taat tho cathedral is led. Tho building may bo made ac *...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 14 January 1891

THE ROANOKE TIMES. ?VHBY MORNING. BXCBPT MONDAY. .JWANOKB TIM BS PU11LI81IING fX^ Publlsner* and Proprietors. ?4*BS DUILDicJO, fltlrd avonuo and First street, eouthwos* TELEPHONK NUM flElt IS* TriiTimf8^111 by.lolivonM?' ?ro. and Vinton every menu , ikmnoke, Sn oonts per month. ^ uy carriers foi TRKM8. nT MA'" _ Bafty, ono moats l Postage Prepaid.) ?* thrvo mor' .$ JV ?? ?Ix mon' thg.I..V " ono y .ns . .... ?I-1* Atr r*pr j*r .rt-nt lor hiv* ra sent out or tho cltr must bo paiil .lablv In advance. TUB WEEKLY TIME8. Tna Wriwi,t Timbr, oontamliw the news ol the week In a more oondonsud fonivMoo year ULM in advuttoo._ Advertising- rates miwio known o? appllca ?oa._ Items of now*, oomiminloat'ons. otc, should Vj addlOOSCd to the Editor of 'f kk Timks. nomlt/ancm, by exprv**. moncy-onlcx. rw -feterod luttor, ohequo, <*r draft, should bo ad? dressed and m*d? payable to TUR ROAKOKB PCHLI8H1NG CO fionnoVe, Vtrutnia. Birtored ?ttho PoStofflocat Roanoke as see -wad-olass natter. _ mOANOKU....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 14 January 1891

FOR SWEET CHARITY'S SAKE. The Regulations and Purposes of the Order of Elks. The- Order Kiubraces Met. or All I'ro- j Cessions and Is Heuevoleiit?A L?dge | to bo Organized In Koanoko?The Oc? casion to bo Made One of Special In serous?A Large Number of Appllcu Uoiih for Moiubershlp. "In faith and hopo tho world will dis? agree, but all mankind's oonoornod In eharity." So sang Popo, and it relhoud the most beautiful of sentiments. The linos have been ohoseu as ono of tho maxims of the Heiuvoleut Protective Order of Elks, a lodgo which is about to bo instituted in this oity. * Only ono lodgo of Elks Is poriuittod in any oity or town. Thii i, dine to prevent tho rivalry, oouiuot, and jeal? ousy that so often embarrass and injure societies. There aro only two degrees. The initiation varies from SJ."> to 8100 in th i various uities. The avorage dues jj.ro 80 a year. Tho order Is not bene? ficial, but it expends more in secret and unostentatious charity than any similar sooiety, with th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 14 January 1891

I _ . .. ?. . AN HISTORIC ADOBE. Ancient Mai Palioo of Santa TV, Now Mexico. iKsto-is'vo l>pilr< lifting Made en the I ' {juoer <> I OOlrltta Htraoeure by Uta N it Ion ,1 ()(>?,- rniAeul to I'renervo ID. { Tho sound of tbo hammer, tho saw, (and tho trowel makes a merry echo song I In and about the historlo odobo palnoo, ? Says tho Santa Fe Now Mexican. Tbo {?National Government has supplied tho tu mis, an 1 Socrobary Thomas has, lot ' .tho contract for ?3.000 worth of Ira- i ?prOTemenls. or moro properly speaking, flopaira, of this nnciontoIUcial edifice, so 'finll of intorost to all tourists and sight tBCcrs who visit Santa Fo. ' TIki Governor's palace is in much tho ?Bmeoonditio? ns last year, except that ?ho additional lapse of tir.io has dado I tbo need of repairs moro pressing. Tho Bccretary of Iho Territory, who is its flsnstodian, has obtainotl an aprropria 41on of SU.000 from Congress for tho pur? pose, and while this sum i3 considora- i jMy less than that whi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 14 January 1891

A Physicians Advice. 9 Mflered for jtan from general deUUty. {? Tried ?ther rancdiMt '* and got no reUet. V My Physician prescribed 8? 8.8. JiirwrowHHl in lies?; My appetlto sna proved; 1 gained strength; Wu mads youag again; It la the best medicine I know of. ytiui.iv Tubfeh, Oakland City, Ind Send for our book on Blood and ficht Diseases. bvnrf Sraxarto Co., Atlanta, G& ^MOTHERS ^ ?n?MGER TO UFE Op ?DIMINISHES j MOTHER WJSSrt'W CHILD NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. ?arhereason RA DAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tbo most won? derful modioino, is be oauso it lias never failidinany instanoi*. no matter what tin lisease, from Lepiosy o thesiniplostdisease .nowu to tin- human ystem. The scientino men of to-day oluim and prove that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? Haimars Microbe Killer Exterminates tho nlorobes and drives ?hem out of tho system, and when that Is done you cannot have an ache or pain. No matter what the disease, whether a ?ample case of malaria fever or a combi? n...

Publication Title: Roanoke Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke times. — 14 January 1891

JAN0A.RT, 189I. ?AY CASH AND PROSPER FOR Fresh Staple and Fancy GROGERIES, CALL/ ON C. F. BLOUNT, CASH GROCER, 15a - SALEM AVE. - 152. ?halmer's gelatine, 10 cts per package; choice and froeh lino or? anges, lomons, da%CS, figs, raisins, current**, oitron, 35 oU>. per pound, oooking figs, pine-apple cheese, raaearoni, 12?*' cts. per pound; full ?ream eheeso, 15 ?ts. per j>onnd; apricot, peaches, potato chips. Ztonoon layer raisins. 18 ete per pound, three pounds for 80 cts.; best layer figs, It? et?, per pound, three pounds for 50 eh?.: orange pocl, lomon peel, full assortment of boitled and eanned goods of every description; sweet Florida oranges, fine lino confections, eroam center ?hoeolatc, 20 cbe. per pound; Malaga grapes, preserve*? and jellies of all ft Indp; paper-shell almonds, Valen? cia raisins, ldX ots. per pound; flake hominy, minco meat, barloy, Ar fcncklo eoffee, per pound, 25 cts.; 10 pounds gracnlated sugar, f 1; Cali? fornia prunes, buckwheat flour, ?Graham f...

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