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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 11 October 1901

itt! #J1 ta¥ MffkWi l ■I JLfA*>A M%Jkti 1 H| ... fcrofulais a ,^ our It has bee „ .. exten]nl con tion .„ Qver 1 ■ children inhent >t A large percentage , f peo, le die from its effects. It is called catarrh 1 H consumption or a kindred disease at the end-but i* was scrofula to begin with $ Mm It wasn't your fault if you inherited scrofula. It zviil be your fault if you pass it on to 1 H your children. It „ . moral wrong if you allow your children to grow up and become a victi 1 ■ of lts ravages when j, ,v can find a cur,, for scrofula as sure as • fil BR With Celery || ■ The Purifier fm 1 vein! K< ' r " fulo " S ftfe ■ Yager's Cream ChSosofortn Liniment ®^sJlfl& Cnesapeakt SOhioßy. IN EFFECT JUNE 30,1901. KASTBOUM). I'ralua leave Stannton as follows: *:0U A. M. Bally. F. F. V. Limited tor Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Richmond, Old ±-olnt Comfort aud Norfolk. Blnlngcai N0.4---r A.M.—Bally,Express for Washington Baltimore...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 18 October 1901

Welnvltelnspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them thatthey willflnd It the largest of any paper PubllshedlnthlsCity. JVEIBERS 1 LOTHIN6GO. 1 LBS OF FASHION! I iiiiimwiE."'* « s • :*:.■ ». MffiiWiiiiiiiMiiiniiii*; *■ all Line of Clotbiug for Men, Boys, ||g Idren, is now ready for your inspecIwe extend a cordial invitation to |p3 every one to call. Our new stock was selected with a view to cover the field fully, and 2J||| that is why a customer can come here with gfep the certainty of securing what he is looking W^g Among our New Novelties are the automo- §|§ bile suit for men and boys, also the improved <|g£ Norfolk suit and the square shouldered Military sack suit. For the little ones we have gfc the Blouse suit, tbe Yoke suit, ."> piece suit, and the Double Breasted; all made up and <|§P trimmed as you are accustomed to getting |1|& them at Weinberg's only. |B The latest styles iv Hals and Furnishings |E| for t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 18 October 1901

Itamttott Spectator AND VINDICATOR. ! Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Editorand Proprietor, East Main Street Staunton. V a. 1 A. S. MORTON. Business Manager. TERMS OF3UBSCRIPTION : In orderto avoid delays,on account of personalabsence.lettersandallcommunioationsfor The Spectator should notoe addressed toanylndlvidualconnected witc heofflce.butsimplyto The Spectatob. Telephone In office connects with all elty and county lines. Entered at the Postojßlce at Staunton, Va..assecond class mail matter. FRIDAY. OCT. 18. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor, A. J. MONTAGUE. For lieutenant-Governor, JOS. E. WIIXAKD. For Attorney-General. WILLIAM A. ANDERSON, Legislative Ticket. For the State Senate, JOHN N. OPIE. For tbe House of Delegates, JOHN W. CHURCHMAN. SILAS H. WALKER. Mr. Cleveland is said to be disgusted with politics, and politics is said to have the same feeling of nausea. i Our street cars are not in the way of our fresh water pipes getting into town. —. ♦ • ♦ —' Lord Ki...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 18 October 1901

$Jamifoiisji*riafor AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year FRIDAY, OCT. 18 LOCAL DEPARTMENT. PERSONAL. Mrs. A. A. Eskridge and Miss Bertie Wilson have returned from Richmond, where they spent Carnival week. Miss Bessie Berry, of Raphine, who spent several weeks with relatives here, has returned home. Miss Jessie Bowling has returned from a visit to the Pan-American E& position and other points of interest. R. M. Byers, of Ft. Defiance, left this week for Blacksburg to enter the Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Miss May Crowle, who has been vis itiug in Baltimore, returned home this week. I Mrs. W. W. Gibbs, of Mew York, is » seriously ill with typhoid fever at her home in that city. A large number of the young ladies of the Valley Home Seminary of Fishersville, were iv the city Saturday, shoppiug. PUTNAM FADELESS DYES areas easy to use as soap. No muss or failures. lOe per package. Sold by Willson Bros Staunton, N. 1 Kagey, Weyer's Cave, Va. lm Mr. J. B. Irving, of C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 18 October 1901

TODD TALKS I I have in stock, guaranteed, the Highest Grade Potash on this market. 500 tons to be disposed of at once. Highest Grade Timothy and Clover Seed. Improved Cider Mills. Come and see them. Drill Tubes and Points— cheapest on the market. Best Dairy Salt —"the saltiest of salt." Rubber Hose for sale at less than cost. Fodder Twine —bundles of it — at the lowest prices on the market. J. E. TODD, ect4 tf 12 Johnson- Street. Always SoMMee New. BLAIR'S KEYSTONE i STATIONERY. Guaranteed Quality. • Caldwell-Sites Co., BOOKSELLERS, Masonic Temple, - Staunton, Va. sep 6-2 m (Pty&% Chesapeake & Ohio Ry. IN EFFECT JUNE 30,1901. KASI'KOUND. Trains leave* taunton as follows: NO. *— 2-otf A. M. Daily. F. F. V. Limited for Washington, Baltimore, PMladelplila, New York, Richmond.Old Folnt Comfort and Norfolk. DinlngCar NO.4— lU.W A.M.—Dally,Express for Washington Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York.Rickmond, OldPolntComtortand Norfolk. Dining car to Washington. NO. 8—...

Publication Title: Staunton Spectator And Vindicator
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 25 October 1901

Welnvitelnspectlon of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them thatthey wllltind it the largest of any paper Published In this City. VEIBERG CLOTHING GO. THE UIB OF FM0!! Our Fall Line of Clothing for Men, Boys, and Children, is now ready for your inspection, and we extend a cordial invitation to every one to call. Our new stock was selected with a \iew to cover tbe field fully, and that is why a customer can come here with the certainty of securing what he is looking for. Among our New Novelties are the automobile suit for men and boys, also the improved Norfolk suit and the square shouldered Military sack suit. For the little ones we have the Blouse suit, the Yoke suit, 3 piece suit, and the Double Breasted; all made up and trimmed as you are accustomed to getting them at Weinberg's only. The latest styles in Hals aud Furnishings for the Fall. For the style and fit, for the 'quality and wear, for the low prices, look through our stock and you will not be disappointed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 25 October 1901

itaunton spectator AND VINDICATOR. issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Editorand Proprietor, East Main Street Stannton. V a. A. S. MORTON. Business Manager. TERMSOF3UBSCRIPTION : *"or One Tear $1.00. )T_ j iJTrnnnp For Six Months... 50. J IIIAU V ulluC In order to avoid delays, on account of p 3rsonal»bsence,lettersandallconiniunlo iiilonsCor The Spbctatoii should not be a Idreasedtoany individual connected with h b office,butsimuly to Tin: Spectator. Telephone In office connects with city and county lines. Kntered at the Postoffl.ee at Staunton, Va.,assecond class mail matter. FRIDAY. OCT. 25. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor, A. J. MONTAGUE. For Lieutenant-Governor, JOS. E. WILLARD. For Attorney-General, WILLIAM A. ANDERSON, Legislative Ticket. For the State Senate, JOHN N. OPIE. For the House of Delegates, JOHN W. CHUBC H3IAN. SILAS H. WALKER. DINED AT THE WHITE HOUSE. There has been much comment over the fact that President Roosevelt a few days ago bad Booker Washingto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 25 October 1901

ffannfou&jierlafoi AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year FRIDAY, OCT. 25. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. PERSONAL. Mr. B. F. Lyle, of Bath county, was in the city this week on business. Mr A. B Kingan has accepted apo sition at Newport News. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fix, of Craigsville, were in the city last week. Senator John IS. Opie will address the voters at Waynesboro today (25th) and at Greenville tomorrow (20th). Mr. John W. Calhoun, of Deerfield, was in the city this week on business, and paid our office a visit. Mr. J. R. Kemper, who has been laid up at his home for a week by sickness, is again at his office here. I Mrs Geo. W. Eyler aud Miss Katie I Eyler, of Waynesboro, I'enu., are vis iting Mrs. John H. Wehn. Miss Amelia Kinney, who took pneumonia in Richmond during the carnival is improving. Mr. S B. McFall, of the Harrisonburg Milling Co , spent Sunday with his mother at Mt. Solon. Mrs. G. G. Gooch is visiting Mrs. R. F. Hunter, at2ls East Franklin street, Richmond. Rev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 25 October 1901

IT 4\m Wt\* delicate piece of mechanism ever made by man is abc in its simplicity compared with it. The stomach is its furnace, the food its fuel, the blood its steam, the nerves its safety valve. And the parallel extends even to the care of this complex machine. It must be watched, it must be lubricated, it sometimes needs repairs. The most careless watcher knows when the mechanism is running down. He gets dull and listless. Hood is that they will properly perform the functions intended by nature. By its use sound healthy flesh is made, pure blood is sent coursing through the veins, new life and vigor is given to every part of the body. By striking directly at the cause of disease, it cures Rheumatism, Indigestion. Nervousness, vScrofula, Liver and Kidney disease, Ulcers, Female Weakness, General Debility, etc. Thousands of people iv this state have been rescued from the grave by its use. Testimonials are pouring in from all sides telling of its power to make the sick well. We want...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 1 November 1901

We invite Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them that they will find It the largest of any paper PubllshedinthlsCity. §§ VEIBERG | j§ CLOTHING GO. p ■THE ÜBS OF FASHION! | fOur Fall Line of Clothing for Men, Boys, ||| and Children, is now ready for your inspec- ;gj£§ tion, and we extend a cordial invitation to |jp§ -, f every one to call. Our new stock was select- £©? 3|f|f ed with a \iew to cover the field fully, and |p§ Jigs that is why a customer can come here with 253 -* the certainty of securing what he is looking Among our New Novelties are the automo- 2|§ bile suit for men and boys, also the improved si§ Norfolk suit and the square shouldered Mili- 3E tary sack suit. For tlie little ones we have the Blouse suit, the Yoke suit, 3 piece suit, jpji and the Double Breasted; all made up and §§§ trimmed as you are accustomed to getting®*? them at Weinberg's only. fpi The latest styles in Hals and Furnishings ||S£ for the Fall. ||| For the style and fit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 1 November 1901

f tauuton spectator AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by I R.S.TURK, Edltorand Proprietor, East Main Street Staunton. Va. A. S. MORTON. Business Manager. TERMS OFSUBSCKIPTION : In orderto avoid delays.on amount ol! pe, rlonalabsence.letteri. »»«» n «°. , ™f n D c an. f rasfor Thk Spectatob should box ob S rMleSLanylndlvldaalconnectedwltli neofflce.butalmplyto The Spectatob. Telephone in office connects withal city and county lines. Entered at thePostofflce at Staunton, Va..assecond class mail matter.^ FBIDAT. NOV. 1. Democratic State Ticket. For Governor, A. J. MONTAGUE. For Lieutenant-Govern JOS. E. WIILARD. For Attorney-General. WIIXIAM A. ANDERSON, Legislative Ticket. For the State Senate, JOHN N. OPIE. For the House of Delegates, JOHN W. CHURCHMAN. SILAS H. WALKEE. OUR NAVY. with which Schley was attacked has few parallels, and none we think and hope in American history. The Dryfus case in France was tbe nearest approach to it we have seen, and that, as well as the Sch...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 1 November 1901

faunlon^ptrfalor AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year FRIDAT. NOV. 1. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Mr. J. H. Demastus, of Valley Mills, I was in the city this week on business. , Mr. J N. Wilson, of Bridgewater, ' was in the city Monday of business. Rev. J. 11. H. Winfree, of Valley , Mills, was in the city yesterday. Mr. John W. Meritt, of Muse, was in the city this week. i Mrs. Joseph P. Houseman, of Call- ' fornia, is visiting his father inlaw, ' Squire Jos. llousemin. Judge J. M. Quarles and Hon. A. C. ( Braxton are at home during the recess taken by the convention. Mrs. Gilmer Weston, who has been , visiting her parents, left Saturday for her home in Wytheville. Rev. D. M. Layton,of Meridian, was f a pleasant caller Monday while in the ' city. Miss Mary Semple who has been visiting Mrs. M. C. Braxton, left this , week for her home in Louisville, Ky. Sheriff N. C. Watts was quite sick ( during the past week, but we are glad ( to state that he is improving. Mr. Wallace Wiseman has en...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 1 November 1901

Hewed His Business. J. P. KICE, Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, has moved his place of business from South Augusta Street to Bishop's old stand No. 112 West Main street, the Harrison building, where he is now ready to greet his customers, jun 19-tf Cpeetacles and Eye glasses fitted to the *» eye by H. H. BOLEN, Jeweler. Buggies, Phaetons, Carriages, Spring Wagons, and all Pleasure Vehicles, With or without RUBBER TIRES, Vehicles made to order, and all repaii work done promptly and and at small cost. Tie Celebrated Easy Riding, Noiseless, Hard Rubber Tires can be quickly placed on any wheels. In everything our factory has the lateststyles and is striotly up-to-date. J. M. Hardy's Son, At tke Old Stand, Main & Market Sts STAUNTON, VA. (HSalHi Chesapeake & Ohio By. IN EFFECT JUNE 30, 19U1. KASTBOUND. I rains leaves taunton a* follows: NO. 2— 2.' lA. M. Dally. F. F. V. Limited for Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Kichmond,Old Point Comfort and Norf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 8 November 1901

We Invite Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure them thatthey wlllllnd It the largest of any paper Published In this City. VEINBER6 j GLOTHIN6 GO. j THE LEADERS OF FASHION! ft tow* a >. ■ « nmusirmn • » ___n__n___i___--i <§||| ||1| Our Fall Line of Clothing for Men, Boys, g| s§|s* and Children, is now ready for your inspec- ;g{§ -" c tion, and we extend a cordial invitation to 2f§ every one to call. Our new stock was select- 20x ed with a \ iew to cover the field fully, and fjsg that is why a customer can come here with fj|i| the certainty of securing what he is looking |p« Among our New Novelties are the autonio- 2p£ bile snit for men and boys, also the improved Wg£ Norfolk suit and the square shouldered Mili- %gt tary sack suit. For the little ones we have I|£| the Klouse suit, the Yoke suit, 3 piece suit, Wjjg ~ x and the Double Breasted; all made up and ;gEp Sfj trimmed as you are accustomed to getting |ps them at Weinberg's only. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 8 November 1901

Itauntott luectatot AND VINDICATOR. Issued every Friday morning by R.S.TURK, Editorao-Proprietor, East Mam Street Staunton. V a. A. S. MORTON. Business Manager. TERMS OF.UBSCRIPTION : -*or One Year $1.00.) T- i Hrr-iinn For Six Months... 50. j IILM V dill)U In orderto avoid delays,on account of psrsonal absence.letter* and all communications tor The Spectator should not be a t lressedtoanylndivldnalconnectedwltn he office,butsimply to The Spectatob. Telephone In office connects with all city and county lines. Entered at the Postoffice at Staunton, Va.,as tecond class mail matter. FRIDAY. NOT. 8. ous life. This being the case he will Barely lead one in a few days, if be has not been leading it ever since the la- j men ted Judge Paul passed to thatl bourne from whence no traveler reThe number of applicants who will besiege the President for the shoes of this deceased jurist will be as crows in tne Piedmont secton of Virginia,- or as the fabled locusts of Egypt. Fighting grizzly bear a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 8 November 1901

v Taunton Sprrfaf or AND VINDICATOR. Subscription 51.00 Per Year FRIDAT. NOV. 8. LOCAL DEPARTMENT PERSONAL. Mrs Isaac Witz returned Tuesday from a visit to Baltimore. Capt. R. L. Parrish, of Covington, was in the city this week. Dr. L. N. Harris, of New Hope, who iias been sick is improving. Capt. Thos. 1). Raton has returned from a business trip to New York. Miss Gertrude Dunlap, of Long 'Hade, returned recently from a vii-r to her sister in Oarboudale, Col. Rtbt. E. Bear, ot Lyudhurst, has jrone to Stuart's Diaft, to take a posi tion iv the store of Mr. C. 1). Garber. Mr. A. H. Teabo, of Craigsville, was in the city Tuesday, having come down iO vote. Dr. D. A. Bucher aud family left last week for Bridgewater to make their future home. Mrs. J N. Wilson and her son ( laude, of Bridgewater, visited friends here this week. V. L Hoover, of Valley Mills, advertises a second hand engine and other l icbiuery for sale at a bargain. Mr. A. W. Woodward, of Washinglon, was in the city this we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 8 November 1901

Reived is Business. J. P. KIOE, Furniture Dealer and Undertaker, has moved his place of business from South Augusta Street to Bishop's old stand No. 118 West Main street, the Harrison building, where he is nowready to greet his customers, jun 19-tf Spectacles and Eye-glasses fitted to the eye by H. H. BOLEN, Jeweler. Buggies. Phaetons, Carriages, Spring Wagons, and all Pleasure Vehicles, With or without RUBBER TIRES, Vehicles made to order, and all repaii work done promptly and and at small cost. Tie c_lß_rat.il Easy Riding Noiseless, Hard Mlier Tires can be quickly placed on any wheels. In everything our factory hasthelateststyles and is strictly up-to-date. J. M. Hardy's Son, At _v 01. stand, Main & Market sts STAUNTON, VA. Chesapeake &Ohio Ry. IN EFFEcT OCT. 13,Mi1. JfiASTBOU Nil. Trains leave3taunton as follows: no. a— 2:06 A.M. Dally. F. F. V. Limited for Washington, Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Richmond, Old Point Comfortand Norfolk. DiningCai 50....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 November 1901

Welnvlte Inspection of Our Subscription List, by Advertisers, and assure theu. thatthey willflnd it the largest of any paper Publlshedln this City. fj WEINBERG I f GLOTHINS GO. §§ In inumi of rupni jig _K_!i!imiKi]ii!i:::Kiiiiiiiß_i>:i:;.'.«. :*. '_r- * 'raiiiiiMi-iiiiwiiiiiiiwiiiiwiiii" ?jp£ |S| Our Fall Line of Clo lung for Men, Boys, ||| J|p- and Children, is now ready for your inspec- J||| s?§f_ tion, and we extend a c urdial invitation to |gg£ §||g| every one to call. Our new stock was select- ||g; |?|t_ ed with a view to cover the field fully, and |||| s§|i that is why a customer can come here with s?|i the certainty of securing what he is looking |||| §s|§ Among our New Novelties are the automo- ||g pS|| bile suit for men and boys, also the improved |||i tf|g|' Norfolk suit and the square shouldered Mili- ge| tary sack suit. For the little ones we have J*|£ the Blouse suit, tbe Yoke suit, 3 piece suit, and the Double Breasted; all made up and |sge< trimm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 November 1901

liaunton Spectator I AND VINDICATOR. '' Issued every Friday morning by i R.S.TURK, Editorand Proprietor, li East Main Street Staunton. V a. 11 A. S.MORTON. Business Mananer. I TERMS OF3UBSCRIPTION : F °o rS Tx e _-^ In orderto avoid delays,on account of personalabsence.leUersandallcomniunloatlonstor Thk Spectator should not oe a 1 iressed to any individual connected wltD he office, butslmply to The Spkctatob. Telephone In office connects with all city and county lines. Entered at the Postofllce at Staunton, Va.,as second class mail matter. FRIDAY. NOV. 15. AFTER THE BATTLE. The smoke of battle has at last cleared away and the real casualties are revealed. Taking the country as a whole there has been no decided victo ry anywhere. The old armies occupy their original positions, holding the same lines practically now, which they occupied before the battle began. In New York city Tammany lost, and ber forces are now being driven and scattered, and many who survived de feat may perish be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Spectator and Vindicator — 15 November 1901

$inuuHn%ptx,i\Ui AND VINDICATOR. Subscription $1.00 Per Year. FKIDA-, NOV. 15. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. PERSONAL. Judge George M. Harrison, wife and daughter, left this week for Richmond Dr and Mrs. Benj. Blackford have returned from a visit to Lynchburg. Mrs. A. H. McCne, of Fishersville, visited her sisters here this week. Mrs. W. P.Tarns is visiting the family of her brother. Mr. Harry Frazier, in Lawisburg, W. Va. Miss Lelia Dunlap, of Raphine, is visiting her aunts, the Misses Hyde, of Swoope. Miss McOliutic, a trained nurse from New York, is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. L. Crawford, near Swoope. Mr. Allen Caperton, of Monroecoun tv. W. Va., recently lost two floe cattle from hydrophobia. Dr. Chertsey Hopkins, of the Western State Hospital staff, visited her father in Bath county last week. Mr Geo. A. Coiner, the well known nurseyman of the county, was in the city last week. Maj. R. T. Barton, of Wia_b_st-t, wss the guest of Mr. and Mrs James B Taylor, while in the city last week. Mes...

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