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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 January 1891

WOMEN" 07 FASHION. Porcoptiblo Advanco in tho Pr.co of Potj. ?Jfttin Doolieus or I'lTo'it N.inr nnvelo?ln~ Gloolt?Costume* far ChllJron t.? i:o Worn ut winter Butortaliimouti ?UrlcUiam-ildV Uro -. |aot?TlUUUT. 1331.1 |l Furs have gone up perceptibly In price during the past week. There lias been n Hpecial run on sealskin, beaver fend astrakhan, although the bitter is beginning to wane in popularity beeuu.se of sevcrul good und cheap imitations Iba* have been put upon the market. Prices huvc gone tip so rapidly that those who havu not already bought furs, and who did not receive a Christinas supply, would do well to wait until very bite tathosoason. hoping that April anil May mildness may cause a drop in prices! Tippet? arc more worn than &oas. Tho latter r.ro somewhat old A VAN'OVCK OOlVN. jstylc now in tho fur line though still ?flourishing in feathers, und flowers are Strung on wire to make boas for opera veur. The hat? worn by women of fashion pvcre never more Incomin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 January 1891

STOCKINET CLOTH. TJlfTcrcix-o Cetnccn Ii.nl? and Woven Strictly opcuk'mg, stockinet is not a cloth, for it it* not woven fabric, but a brdttcd texture. "By a process of Icnit Alng, and not by weaving, the Individ ?sal threads of which n stockinet fabric is composed, arc. soya the Dry-Uoods Chronicle, interlaced into one regular texture. Tbo work is performed in a ?bind of a frame or locuo, in which the -yarns urc arranged in parallel order, at -uniform distances apart, as in ordinary ?weaving. Of eourso, the machine U antomafeio in its movements and capa "ble of producing a groat length of clot h In a very sboi-t time. The fabric thus formed is ornamented with a 11 no ribbed pattern, similar in character to that seen in common knit rrtxxla. This article generally handles soft, full and elastic, but lacks those valuable charac? teristics of strength and firmness of texture or make which obtain in a -woven cloth proper." The difference between the structure of tbia fabric and that res...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 January 1891

IS YOUR WIFE WELL? ,THE WOMEN OF AMERICA ARE THE LARGEST CONSUMERS OF S. S. S. IT NEVER FAI LS TO RESTORB BROKEN DOWN HEALTH WHEN CAUSED BY IMPOVERISHED BLOOD ij ORTHE CARES OF 1$ THE HOUSEHOLD. ?VERTEN THOUSAND OF THE BEST WOMEN OF THE COUNTRY TESTIFY TO THIS. Don't fail to send for our book oa blood diseases. Mailed free. Swift SeKcirto Co., Atlanta, Ca. MENSTRUATION oh mouth lv sickness vir vtvwEf* ouR?vta CMKvraC ov v\tt CRtfC* U MiGiH <% BUfTCRlHOml BE M OlDtT Tjsook TO"WOMAN">?M?n./?r RRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANT Ab NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Tbo reason RADAM'S MICROItE KIL? LER is the moat won? derful medicine, is be? cause it has novel tailed in any instunco. do matter what th< disease from Lepios> o theBlmple.stdiseasc mown to the human ,ysteni. The soientifia men of to-day cluim and jwovo that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? Mini's Microbe Killer Exterminates the lie robe 9 and drives Stem out of tbosysxun, and w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 17 January 1891

Pay Cash and Prosper. This space is reserved for C F. BLOUNT, GASH GROCER, 152 Samern Avenue, UVTio sells 16 pounds of granu? lated sugar for $ 1. Chalmers gelatine, per pack? age 10 cents. Arbucfcle\s coffee, 25 cents. Best 150 test oil, 15 cents per gallon. OIL SOLD AT NIGHT. Use Blouut's favorite flour, $6.40 per barrel. Free and prompt deliver}-. Respectfully, C- F. Bloont, 15a - SALEM AVE. - 152. T?lepli.on.e 152. . "Virginia,, i The Industrial Center. FREE SITES 3?or h ainfacturing purposes on Bailroa? and River Choice lots in desirable loca? tions for sale on terms to suit purchasers. RADFORD Land and Improvement Co, JOSEPH I. DQRAN, President. C1US. H. Mellon, Secy. & Treas. Office: 333 Walnut St., Philadelphia, Pa. PERSONAL ITEMS. What People are Doing In and Out of Roanoke. Miss Katie Brown, of Rappahanncck, Va., who baa been visiting .Miss Virgie nick? it. at 201 Fighth avenue s.w. leaves this morninir lor Hristol, Tonn., to enter Sullins College. Rev. Calvin ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 January 1891

: Coil on J. R. Hut'KADAI, i ;T h ? Hlonuur A g u 111, - lor : : Komwkb heul Estate 1 VOL. IX.-NO. 105. SPECIAL NOTICES. Wc HAVE SIX OF THE BEbT LOTS In Cunt Uoanolce sltuuttd ou tbo highest ground in that, part of the city. ijThe location is the wry best. Wo can JfjtKdl at ?S.iou for tbo uix, if takon at onc^i. Tills bargain should bo scon at once. If you aru desirous of put chasing at a low tkjure, tbo owner having bought diiiou trum tbo Laui and Improvement Company. WILBUR S. POLE* CO., N Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. OTICE. We oan soil lots in the heart of tbo town at 25 to 40 per cent, lowor than any other lota near them oan bo bought for. KIM M?NS, AMBLER & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. Office corner Washington and Water i streets. |^ OTICE._ WATER CONSUMERS Water rentals for th<* quarter (Janu? ary, February and March) are now due. Consunioros aro hereby noli lied to call at the offloo of thu company, Exchange K| building, room 12, and pay ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 January 1891

?ETHIENG CONGRESSMEN. 8amo of Them Sketched by Amos j. Cumminffs. Xbts Who Have Alvrayn Attracted the At . tenttaa of Rtranf-cm In the (lallerlca? A Ifew Veteran Statemnen -Their Pcraonal ClinractorlitJaw loowRicrrr. IfOM xtvj to tho gallery of tho Uonso evinecs xnaob Interest In its members. If he has Captain Kennedy, the King of tho Guides, at hia ttid<?, he will bombard him with questions and receive pie- ' tnrcsque replies. Hut he must use his rant and eyes. j The most picturesque man npon the floor ia nndoubtedly lion. Richard Voux. He Is a magnificent specimen of ; fully-ripened American manhood. It wob while he was secretary of tho American Legation at London lin? ger Hon. Andrew Stevenson, of Vir? ginia, once Speaker of the House of Representatives, that Vuux danced -with t^ijocn Victoria. .lohn Van Uuren is said to have charmed her Majesty, but tshe was absolutely enraptured with "Van*. He is said to have danced with far more grace and case than Prinee John. Ilia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 January 1891

CRAZEN CECGARO. tonlMiing S'nmples ?f Impudence nnd rn-m,i o nf Mind. i beggar must hate, oa onn cf his Is of lnull-, it quality which one uf lekons' t lmrnotcrs terms "biugian ddnos-;," Some beggars, howoter. uro more "brugian" than others. A g"u nian whs i m< day i-liting in Iiis ollluo Iking with it friend, ?hon a ?immun qwaintuiiei- entered, a man who was ways in debt, and apparently never votod ii thought to payment. "Canyon lend nie ?\o dollrrs?" he ked of .Mr. A?. No,"said Mr. A-. knowing that tS money would nevor be rwturned, "1 n't po islhly do it." TuriKng to Mr. It-, the bogging bnr |wit made the name request, to Lo mot th a courteous refusal. "Well," mv.d tho offended applicant, ornfully, ni ho ope pod th? door, "I iver saw sm Ii u couple of imp* Clintons Hows, for men wlio pretend to cull koniscl tos ros|iceliibh\" And so g eat bad been bis impudenco |?d presence of iiiiml that tho two loft bind felt as if they bud had tbo worst it ' j Another gentleman snys ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 January 1891

.HE ROANOKE TIMES. KTEHT t iOBNINO. EXCEPT MONDAY, BOA NOKBTIMKH I'UHI.IHHINO CO? HutillHOurs anil Proprietors. TIM Iis? UUHjIiuxO, ir> trfl HTiinuo HD'I First Htruot, uouUiweat. TBLEPIHiN K M'?II!K1I 134. ' Trr* Tmw will ? ? delivered In KoHnoke, Sn 'j?3,an'l Vlnton ovpry morning by carriers for ?ml? pur month. ?VRItMB. BY MAIL, i Postage I'ropsM.) Hto, unu moutn.* r throo months.*?. ? six monUis . .... ?*???: ** onu your.rw'1 Ail papers sent out or the city must bo pai<t tfev Invariably in advunco. THE WiiiiKL? TIMES. ?? iK Wbbki.v Timts, containing the news of As w -noro onmlenisod form, ouo year. $ke* m wTvaooo._ A'tvcrtlstng rates mano known oo appllca ltans ot bowd, communications, otc, should ISO ,% Kil .Wi 10 .o t?,lilor ot T"r? 1'lMi.s. R ,..i.*.w?h by expn*s. inoih 7-??oler. n* *rto t?i letter, oliuquo, or .Iruft, should t.o ufl J?rrw i-l ?n I made puyuble to IHli BOANDKB TIM KS PI'BLI6H1 Nd CO. itirannko, Vlnrtma. rntereri mt tho PiMtottco at ttoanok...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 January 1891

ROANOKE SOCIETY PEOPLE. Our Gossiper's Interesting Rec? ord of the Week. A Violet Ten ?o lie Given by the King's Daughter*? I rentN nf Interest fur tliU | Wet ? ewny and Kiitertulnliii: (loiMp About Koaiiokvrn and their Friends. Flcuouii .v. iilng. lust Week uiid Blnny ?uro .fct ranged for 1'hU. Invitations will soon bo out lor a vio? let tea to bo given by the King's Dau-jut re. February .Ith and 6th. The b tiuiiful homo ot Dr. A. /.. Kolner his Inn n oir red for tlm oe ??ision, ;iul will 1)0 thrown open fr ni ?} to 1 ? on ihe days mentioned, Tho-e will be r f.'onhment*. tea, ouffon. ouoeo* late. oik", n I vio tor , and nwiu will enliven tho bou g V.olet b >ing the o dor of th" society, all the th o 'ra? tions will he In viol t and white. The object of the entertainment is to pro? cure fends to furnish and support a room at the hospital. Tho si clety nm'i ir. about twenty members, ladies rh :???'? f"r '"fistln i'very good work: Ihoy havo mot wi h vreat enc >ur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 January 1891

MAGIC M1RR?HS. ?trariEXJ iSurvivcJ of a tlodlco val Gustom. Un Anc.tci.it TJeltcrf That ta? Atxent Cnald ?e Viewed Thron?h t:ie A-ency or eneBpeeuIam -The Myaterlou? j^ypt lim Ink ailrror. / "Wo eee es In n glass, darkly," M?y* ?he opofrtMe, htrt the Renerai persuasion [of mankind has long been that we may teee, to a gloss, quite clearly, persons land objects far removed by fun" nn?l space, says the I/ondon News. In romf [notes of Mr. (Houston's to Chnuce.r's pKqairc's Talc." published by the Chaucer Society, there is an int -resting pesay on the magic mirrors which re iwai'thr absent, A belief no common in jjnedfcovaJ times is not likely to have 'wanted precedents in the ancient world iTbe spceulum li the natural home of Itbc spectra. Mr. Clouston Is only able Ho give ooc classical Instance, from P&nsanlns. who wrote a guide book to janeiant Oroeco, It is the tweutv-urst ^banter of his seventh book, where he jfAjn that the Achnxins. after making lecrtcto fumigations, lo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 January 1891

A Physicians Advice. E. suffered for year* from general debility. Tried other remedies, and got no relief. My Phyalclnn prescribed ?.S.S. I Increased in llesh; My appetite improved; 1 gained strength; Was made young again; It in tho best medicine I know of. Maua t t- v Tuni'KN, Oakland City, Ind Send for our book on blood and fUrin Disease*. bwiPT Sriccirio Co., Atlanta, Oa. ? A SPECIFIC REGUIAWR Y MENSTRUATION or monthly eichncs5 If Ta.vtc.t4 ouwihr Cr\ru\&v_ ot uft QRUtf Ur\Ht?Er\<*i> BUfftWHOmtBE M01D?) JBO0X TO"WOMAN"/?/W' BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. ATLANTA & NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SUCCESS. Thoreawon ItAlMM'K MICRORE KIL LKIt Ih tbe most won? derful medicine, is be? cause it has never luilt d iu any inatanoo. no matter what ili< 1 isease. fr< m Leprosy <> the simplest disease cnown to tbe human ystem. Tbe neientifle men of to day oluim and prove tbat. every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?AND? ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 18 January 1891

Fay Cash and Prosper. This space is reserved for C. F. BLOUNT, CASH GROCER, 152 SaNeni A\eiiue, Who sells 16 pounds of granu? lated sugar for $1. Chalmers gelatine, per pack? age 10 cents. Arbucklc's cjfTee, 25 cents. Best 150 txst oil, 15 cents per ^a'lon. OIL SOLD AT NIGHT. Use Blount's favorite flour, $6.40 per barrel. Free and prompt delivery. K es^ectfulty, 152 - SALEM AVE. - 152. Roanoke Opera Rouse. Ono night only, Tuesday, January 20. Tbo sparkling corned y success, A SOCIAL SESS Under tho management of D. J. Sprague. The funniest play over written. Uo pVto with singing, dancing and special? ties, which awaken SDplause, admira? tion and soul stirring laughter. Written for laughing purposo-s only. Accom? panied by tho FAMOUS BLACK HUSSAfi BAND, "Msgnlfie >ntly uniformed and elegantly equipped, rondoring, in an exquisite manner, a ol&Sti of music never before attempted by any like organization. Tteo representative traveling hand of Anerica under tho lead...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 January 1891

Call on J. R. HOCKADAT, ThePloneer Agent, for Eoo.no It o Real Estate. OL. IX.?NO. 106. SPECIAL NOTICES. OTICE? Wo desire to call tho attention of irties who havo property for sale with tho city to tho fact that our facilities ^r bringing" bargains to the attontion invostors aro unsurpassed. Wo havo contract with The Roanoko Times nnpany for thiB space for one yoar, [biob is subject to change each day. ny ono desiring to make a quick salo desirable property can havo tho same [rought beforo tho public free of largo by listing with WILBUR S. POLE & CO., Rooms 3 and 4, Exchange Building. DALEM AVENUE WON'T BE IN IT. Watch for the new jewelry house at |4 Jefferson street. Goods will bo sold It their value. IL N. CAMPE. jan20-?t OTICE. Wo can sell lots in tho heart of tho town at 25 to 40 per cent, lowor than any other lots near them can bo bought for. SIMMONS, AMBLER & CO., REAL ESTATE AGENTS, Buchanan, Va. Ofilco oorner Washington and Water Itreets. ^JALEM AVENU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 January 1891

FEATHERS FOR FINERY. They Aro in Greater Domand Than Ever Boforo. Tho Various Fscs to Which Thoy Ar? Tut noil the Proeos? l>y WUlch Thoy Aro Prepare*! for tho Market. Tho present trade in ostrich feathers is almost unprecedented. For a num? ber of years tho demand was so small that the raising of the ostrich decreased to the extent of forty per cent., and feather workers had to turn their attention to other channels of industry. But now the demand for skilled labor far exceeds the supply. D?ring1 the spring and summer manufacturers wero seriously embarrassed by the lack of competent help. A glance at women's toilets just now, says the New York Sun, is suf? ficient to explain the unusual demand. Ilats aro piled with feathers. One shown in ;i Broadway jobbing houso supported forty-two tips. Bonnets aro edged with bands and trimmed with clusters of various size; boas and colla? rettes of every length, thickness and col orarc shown in all the millinery, dress? making, and dry...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 January 1891

ST. GILES' ARM-BONE. Tho CurlouH Vloltsltudoa of a Vnnioas TCo llglouR Knllf. Whllo ono of tho workman ongagod In tho construction of tho ladlos' yostry on tho oast sido of tho north transopt of 81. Olios' Cathedral, Edinburgh, was oiu ployod In tho work of domollshing part of tho roof of an existing apartuiont, ho found a human bono lying on tho top of tho lath and plaster celling. No othor vostigg of human remains woro soon on or uoar tho spot, and tho olvcuuistanco was vlowod with a consldorablo amount of curiosity by tho workmon. Closer ex? amination showed that th? ilnd was tho upper right ann-bono of an adult. It was handed ovor to tho managors of the church, In whoso custody lk Is now. It Is ooujocturcd that It may bo tho arm bono of St. Giles, which was glflod to the ohurch by a pious Hornau Catholic many oonturios ago, and which wont missing aftor tho roformatlon. Hr. Cameron Loos, in bis book on St Qilos, says that an arm-bono of tho patron saint was long tho cherished pos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 January 1891

.HE ROANOKETIMES. K\ ERY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE TIM 158 PUBLISHING CO? l'ublisners and Proprietors. tim BS building, riilrJ e.vonuo an 1 First stroot, southwest. TELEPHONK NUMBBU 121. Tub Times will bo dollvovod In Hoanoko. Sa? cra, ond Vlnton every inorninjr by oarriors for cents per month. TBHM8, nY MAIL, (Fostago Prepaid.) Dolly, one month.'t*?8 " three lUOIItltS.???'J' ** s'.x months . .... 3.JJJ " ono year.t?-01' All pa*x'rs sent out nt tho city must be paid for Invariably in advance. THE WBBKLY TIMES. TnE WKEKliY Times, containing the nows of tho week In >< more condensed renn, one year, H.00 in adv ance._ Advertising rates mnuo known on applica? tion. _ Items of nows, communications, etc., should Do addressed to i nc Editor of Tun Timks. Remittances, t>y express, mouey-ordor, reg iBtorotl letter, cheque, or draft, should bo ad droawl nnd made payable to THK WOANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. ltoanoko, Virginia. Entered at the Postolllce at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 January 1891

IMPORTANT MISSIONARY WORK. Members of the Presbyterian Church Donate 07,500. Summary of tho Labors of tlio Evangelistic Committee Appointed for tho Synod of Virginia?Tho Cause of Homo Missions Deemed of Vital Importance?Six Evangelists Appointed?Who They Aro nnd Whore They Will Labor. Tho following article clearly ou'lines tho work which is laid upon tho six ovanzolists selected hy tho connuittoo of tho ProsbytJrian synol, which mot in Lynchburg on tho 10th instant: Tho evangelistic commlttoo for tho synod of Virginia, appointed during its late mooting at Staunton, Va., hold thoir monthly meeting at Lynchbutg on tho 10th. Rov. Dr. Rosebro, Rov. Dr. Mc Ilwaino, Rov. Mr. Homing, Capt. R. 11. Moomaw and Major T. J. Kirkpatrick constituto tho connuittoo, all of whom woro present. Tho cause of homo missions is ono of vital interest to all Virginians. Tho rapid increaso of population and tho irreligious character of a largo portion of those seeking homos in Virginia, ospocially in tho man...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 January 1891

YKK)ROUS ATHLETICS. ?Nook Sports Whioh Endan? ger Human Life. SIsMtroxiB Kcsult? of tho "Ccntlo nnd ?J?yuuH " Foot-Hall Fight untl the Festive and Fetching Ilaso BaU IlatUe. / - Sir Walter Scott, in Bumming up tho list of casualties which resulted from tho tournament in which Ivanhoe car? ried every thing before him, says in ef? fect that, becauso only n few knights ?were mortally wounded and several others dangerously hurt, the tourna? ment passed into Idstory and rhyme as "the gentle and joyous passagc-nt-arms of Ashby de la Zouchc." This mildly ironical expression is rc called. Bays tho San Francisco Chron? icle, by tho uccounts of the recent foot? ball gnmo between Ynle and Princeton. Wo read that ono player "mowed down half a dozen Princeton men;" that "in a rush King was badly hurt, but re? vived sufficiently to go on with tho frame;" that "another player was re? tired on account of injuries," and that "several of the players had to bo car? ried off the field nt tho conclusion...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 January 1891

THE SKIN. Is an Important factor in keeping good health; if it dooa not act la tho way intended by naturo, its funotiona ano porformod by other argaas,?? tho Kidneys and tho Lungs; and tho result 1? a breakdown of general health. Swift's Specific 1s tho remedy of nature to stimulate tho ekln to proper action. It neve* fails in this, and always accomplishes] tho purpose. Send for our treatise on tho Blood and SHn Diseases. Swift Specific CVk, Atlanta, Gs? MENSTRUATION ,. OS MONTHLV SICKNESS Wr TrVYtm'ouRiHu cv\k.utifc. OY U?T. S?nLkTv.VjMtSErX'1*? MJE?IUB WliBt rautitfi > jsook TO^WOMAN'^W?'S' BRADE/ELO REGULATOR CO. ATLANTAS. . MMjjBYALLaBuaamn. NOTHING SUCCEEDS like success. Tho reason RADAM'S MICROBE KIL? LER is tho most won i derful medicine, is bo causo it has never failed in any instance, no matter what the disease, from Leprosy to tho simplestdisoaso i known to tho human system. Tho scientific men of to-day claim and provo that every disease is Caused by Microbes, ?...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 January 1891

Pay Cash and Prosper. This space is reserved for C. F. BLOUNT, CASH GROCER, 152 Salem Avenue, Who sells 16 pouiids of granu? lated sugar for $1. Chalmers gelatine, per pack? age 10 cents. Arbuckle's coffee, 25 cents. Best 150 test oil, 15 cents per gallon. OIL SOLD AT NIGHT. Use Blount's favorite flour, $6.40 per barrel. Free and prompt delivery. Respectfully, C. F. Blount, 152 - SALEM AVE. - 152. Telepl^oz^e 152. Roanoke Opera House. One, night only, Tuesday, January 20. The sparkling comedy success, Under the management of D. .T. Sprague. Tho funniest play ever written. Re? plete with singing, dancing and special? ties, which awaken nnplnuso, admira? tion and soul-stirring laughter. Written for laughing purposes only. Accom? panied by tho FAMOUS BLACK HUSSAR BAND, Magnificently uniformed and elegantly equipped, rendering, in an exquisite manner, a class of music never before attempted by any like organization. Tho representative traveling band of America under the leadership of Ed...

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