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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 15 March 1896

" Big as a Barn Door/f PLUG The largest piece of .good tobacco ever sold for 10 cents and . The 5 cent pieoe is nearly as lar^e as you vget of other high grades for 10 centa LESBIA. Llvo, live, ray Lcsblal Li t us oar love enjoy. Out upon oi<l men's frowns. ' ('???iii! them not worth u toy. Tho sun may rise iiKuin Wh Ii onco tho night is past? Wlx :: nur brief light is Ron.., Donth's long, lung night will last. Come, let us kiss a thousand kisses o'er, Add to thoir number yet a hundred more Kissi s ii thousimU, oneo nnd onco ugain, Kit- in n hundred lot us odd to thorn. Shall, then; our foes bate, knowing ou. kisses? Shall our love vanish, sated with blisses? No, by the gods'. Wo will blot out the score. ?Fronk Puyno in Academy. SAMB?Q'S FOET?NE. Trophlmo Cogolln, generally known In tho district as Master Trefuino, had so often related the story of Undo Sambuq and his fort line that he had finally come to bollove it himself. Tho simplo truth of tho matter was that Peter S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 15 March 1896

WALL PAPER. BORDERS TO MATCH. We not only Have in ftock a great varletv cf the low priced goods, bot can cave yoa dollar* on tbe better grades It Is Imuosstblo to show our good* In the newspaper*. We l'cel confident as inspection will rf pay you tho time and trouble of v siting. TliB FWelity Wall Paper Co., So. Salem Avenue ?. K. Skilled Workmen at Prices to Suit the ^ times. The Most Artistic Styles and > ?Cu "u^our1 Colors Obtainable.J Get Our Estimates on Your Work Before You \\ Let It. We can Save You Money. \\ Put on a Little Style jSP^'jjF'ijjy^ Arnum! tbe house Vou can afford to. Money ? It does not cut any figure here. Our EQUITABLE CREDIT SYSTEM^^ Takes cure 01 the pay part in a most nccuuj.LCdctirc; wsy. A11 you've got ty do is to pick out the furniture, aud then the terms of paymcut, weekly or monthly. Yoa givo your pro? mise. Auybodv who can keep a promise can have the full . benefit, of our easy pay tuet) t system. That's you. CINCINNATI INSTALMENT CO., 201 a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 17 March 1896

THE RO ANOKE DAILY TIMES. VOl.. XIV.-Ko. 45?. PBICE THHGK CENTS. RO ANOKE, VA., TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1896. H'LI. ASSOCIATED PRVSS TK I.KOK A MS. JklX. TUE NEW? OF THE WOULD. PTHB WM?THUH. *?H?Mt for Vitv.Ir?t?: Fair; colder In extreme ?oatheMt portion; north weaterlj winds. For Your Home. A tight roof Is necessary. Wo will make an examination and report its condition if you want us to. / Doch Your Hoof l>cuk ? Boanoke Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce Ht. an<l Franklin Bold. J. R. COLLINOWOOD, U - Manager. - 'Phone B3sj. Russian Cleaning ^ \Fluid Will clean WOOLEN GOODS of all kindB. Just the thing for coat collars, olc. ukt a bottle. lOtt Jcilersoii Street. THE 41 Leather Larrupers" ARB IIERF, AND THEY SAY THOMPSON-PRICE CO. Have everything a Hase Ball Man enn need. See their Chest Protectors, Masks Gloves, Halls, and Bats, and L'et lowest prices. GLANCE AT OUR WINDOW. THOMPSON-PRICE CO., lO Campbell St. ' DR. ALBERT A. CANNADAY, Kl'KCIAMHT. Diseases of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 17 March 1896

W. K. Markin, of Boanoke, was in town yesterday. Wm. Peel left last night for New York on business. Mrs. L. A. Palmer is in Bedford City visiting her relatives. Chas. B. Cooke, of Hollins Institute, was in town yesterday. J. P. Saul left yesterday morning for Baltimore on business. City Treasurer Thomas, of Boanoke, was in Salem yesterday. Luoian H. Cooke, of Boanoke olty, was up yesterday on business. F. W. Brown, of Boanoke, was on the streets yesterday on business. Capt. B. H. Wright, of Boanoke, was in attendance upon court yesterday. Mrs. J. B. Baskervllle, of Pulaskl city, Is visiting her son, W. B. Basker? vllle. Bepresentatives Hon J. L. Hannah and uaot. W. W. Berkeley were in town yesterday. Capt. M. M. Bogers, oounty chairman of the Demccratio party, was up yes? terday on business. J. W. Coon, president of the Com? mercial National Bank, Boanoke city, was in town yesterday. Mrs. S. M. Whlto and daughter, Mrs. Derflicger, of Bluefield, returned from Nelson county yesterday....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 17 March 1896

PURIFY YOUR BLOOD. DO IT NOW DO IT BY TAKING HOP BITTER SURE CURE FOR Biliousness. Nervousness, Liver Complaint. Dyspepsia, Constipation, and all KIDNEY DISEASES, THE BEST SPRING MEDICINE. 25 YEARS BEFORE THE PUBLIC. FOR SALE BY MASSIE'S PHARMACY, 109 Jefferson Street, Roanoke, Va. African-American Gold Mining and Trading Company. 100 BROADWAY,.NEW YORK CITY. OUR COUNTRY NEEDS IT?GOLD 1 Tbe principal objects of this company are to buy, eell and operato gold mines. Perbaps you cannot afford to bay an entire gold mine, bat yon can bavo an Interest In several valuable ones through as. Enormons fortunes bare been made In gold-mining, bat never were the opportuni? ties greater than they are to-day. Tbe ownership of a few shares of onr stock may make yon rich. Homo of the wealthiest men ot to-day be? came so throngh mining. The cry ot tho whole world Is for Hold I and Its valne and necessity Is being more tally appreciated each day. AU pr er Ions mineral dlecovorloB are prac? tically gift...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 17 March 1896

THE TIMES. bvbky MOUSING. BXCBPT MONDAY BOANOKB PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMBB BUILDING, 199 OAMPBBLL AVENUE H. W. TKHMS BT MAIL (PosUge Prepaid), I ?ally, one month. f JO " Ojree montha ..... 1.80 M air montha. 8.00 " ?one year. In advance .... B.00 today Edition, one year .... 1.00 i TBS Timm u a member or the Associated Prees?the greatest news-colleetinx association in II? world?and receives over a special wire the roll telegraphic news service ot the Associated Press?the same news from all over the United Statesand the world that is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies ot He w Yore, Philadel? phia and Baltimore._ What Is the matter? Only about two hundred Democrats took a hand in elect? ing the Democratic city executive com? mittee._ The people at Hollins station pay three dollar* and eighty cents per ton for Pocahontas coal while the psople of Boanoke pay four dollars and fifty cents for 2.000 pounds of Pocahontas ooal. Where is Boanoke'* boasted en...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 17 March 1896

ew Spring Goods Arriving Daily... THE WOOL DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING WERE NEVER PRETTIER Designs were never more unique or pleasing. Colors are soft, winning, and values are down as never before. Can you tell what magic it is that brings you such excellent fabrics as those described be? low for so little money ? All-wool 36-inch Dress Goods, only 25c yard. Wool Plaids for Wai ts at 25c per yard. Silk and wool, small checks; they would be cheap at 50c, our pries only 37J/2c? Silk and wool Novelty Dress Goods; sold every where at 75c, we only ask 60c, they are per? fect beauties. High class Novelty Dress Goods at $1 per yard; price them elsewhere and you will be told $1.37%. BLACK DRESS GOODS lu profusion, such as Serges, Henriettas, Mohairs in plain and fancy black, and fifty dif? ferent styles of fancy blacks. Agents for the celebrated Gold Medal Plush Goods; every yard guaranteed. NEWS AT THE SILK DE? PARTMENT. News of bright pretty silks, in colors'* and patterns that will capture th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 17 March 1896

What's the Use of Waiting? " They " say 11 al! things come, to him who waits," but we have not been waiting, and wo don't proposo to wait. "YYe KNOW our prices uro right, our work A-l, and if you don't bring us work wo will come alter It, in on* way or anothor, either by bringing to your notico our prices, facilities and quality o? execution, or personal interviews. Wo are not grumbling ; far from it. We've had our share; wo arc still getting our sharo. But we have placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with such facilities as to command admiration from all ith whom we have business intercourse. Wo are not waiting j haven't timo to wait An Up-to-Date Printing Office. One of tho vows the writer inr.de when ho was "devil" in a country printing office 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 time ho hardly felt the forco of tho vow, for he has learned after y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 17 March 1896

The Biggest You Ever "Saw/' The largest piece.,of good tobacco ever sold tbrio cents arid .., The 5 cent piece is nearly as! large as you vget of other high trades tor 10 cents ?THE" BURNING TREE." A Native, or India Wliono Touch Is Drcndcd by tho Natives. Th'fTK hns lately boon added to tho col loctlun <>f plants nt tho botnnlo gardens at Madras, India, a specimen of n strange tree, writes an Hast Indian correspondent to London. It is in size scarcely more than a bush, but other individuals of its species uro known to have attained, in their habitat in tho Himalayas', Burma, and the Malacca peninsula, tho dimen? sions of a large tree from 50 to 75 feet in height. The Madras specimen is surround? ed by a strong ruillug, which boars tho Hlgn, "Dangerous; nil persons aro forbid? den to touch tho leaves or branches of this tree.'' It. Is thoroforo a forblddon troo in the midst of the garden, hut no one is tempt? ed to touch it, for it's known to be a "burning tree...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 17 March 1896

Ladies 1 Tiara is a Shoe mails of the bast kid. Lacad or Huttoned. 1 in 1" liable, Comforutiii?, StyliKlt and IMirablc, XX Century Tailor-Madc. Thought hath conceived nothing newer, skill cau produce uothiug finer. Into the window, If yon aro In a hurry. St.all be picaaeu to hare yon call, >ou will find we are not a "Stuck np" house, neither are we a "Cheap Store " t'pon the principle "give the Devil his due" -we giro tho DOLLAR DOUDLK its due. "We want to meet tome ladlea wo harn'i met yet. This shoe will introduce ne. We made tho SPECIAL PRICE "?in^?*tl?? $2, $2.50 ana $3. Roanoke Shoe Co, The Spot Gasb Money-Savers. ?TefTerson St, and Balem Ave., Koanoke,Va. TSE LEADING RESTAURANT IN ROANOKE, AND THE IIKST IN AMERICA FOR THS PRICKS. All the Delicacies of tbe Season Sorvtxl at reasonable prices. The Table Is always supplied with the best that is to be bad In the markets. SERVICE FIRST-CLASS. C3T* The only Restaurant In the city with a separate JUiniagKoom for Ladles. Me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 March 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. PBic^TH^^rs._ROANOKE, VA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 18, 1890. Z?^%Z??*** THE WKMHBK. Vorecaat for Virginia! Fair and ?lightly warmer; variable wind?. We're Leak Hunters and Finders. I loos T/our Roof t ..??? k * Roanoke Roofing and F atal Gornlce Co., Commerce St. and ' franklin Uoad. J. R. COLLINGWOC/D,-Manager. -'Pbon ? saa.-/ ussian ,/ Cleaning 1 Fluid Will clean WOOLEN GOODS of all krjds. JuBt the thing for coat collars, etc. <JLT A BOTTIiE 1 fl>4.) Jirfl? i son Ntroet. "Leather Larrnpers" ? ARE HERE, AND THEY SAY THOMPSON-PRICE CO. Have everything n Hase Ball Man can need. See their Chest Protectors, MaBka, Gloves, Halls, and Bats, and get loweBt prices. GLANCE AT OUR WINDOW. THOMPSON-PRICE CO., lO 4 hHl]?Im II St. DR. ULBERT A. CANNADAY, 8PEOIAU8T. Diseases of the Eye, Ear, Kose, Throat. Eyes Examined and Glasses Fitted. Ofllcc corner Salem avenne and Jefferson street. Over the. Cbrlstlan-Barbce Drag Store tVUfilce 'Phono 46. Heeldence No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 March 1896

Nothing ot interest before the court yesterday. Tom Darat, ot Asbury Pirk, N J , is in town visiting relatives. Miss Lula Crltz and Miss Johnson, of Ohrlstlansburg. are visiting W. O Crlfz. Hon. A. A. Ptalegar, of Christians burg, was in town yesterday on busi? ness. V. C. Tompklns left last night for Bichmond, where he has secured a position. J. W. Hannah, of Jackson Boal & Co., left yesterday for Baltimore on a business trip. Miss Payne, ot Nelson county, arrived yesterday on a visit to Mrs. Rldgeway, on Alabama street. J. C. Walker, of Whoeling, W. Va., and B. B. Monroe, ot charlotte county, Va., were registered at the Duval House yesterday. Jas S. Parslngar has purchased the Wilson proparty on Union street. This it the property that was recently bought by Cap:. J. C LiDgu.rno, of Mrs. Wil? son. Marrlago lloenses wore issued from the c erk's offlio yesterday to David S. Hamilton, aged Gl, and Mrs. Lydia Ann Kessler, aged 28, and to Vinyard P. Sanderson and Ml6B Carrol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 March 1896

CASTOR IA for Infants and Children. MOTHERS, Do You Know th.it Faregoric, Latcman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syrups, and most remedies for children arc composed of opium or morphine ? Do Yon Know that opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons? 1>Q Yon Know that In most countries druggists arc not permitted to sell narcotics without lultcling; them poisons ? Do Von Know that you should not permit any medicine to be given your child unless you or your physician know of what it is composed ? Do Yon Know that Castoria is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of Its ingredients ia published with every bottle ? Tto Yon Know that Castoria Is the prescription of the famous nr. Samuel rltcher. That it has been in use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria Is now t>old than of all other remedies for children combined ? w Do Yon Know*"?^ the ratcnt Office Department of the United States, and of other countries, have iss...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 March 1896

THE TIMES. ? VBHT MOBBING. BXCBPT MONDAY HO AN O KB PUBLISHING CO.. Pabllsners and Proprietors, TUBS BUILDING. 1? CAMPBBLL A VSNUB B. W. TURMS BT MAIL (Postage Prepaid), (tally, one month.* -? M three months.LBO ,ix months.? a-00 ? one year. In advance .... J.00 anday Edition, one year .... LOO TSQl Tim? la a mem Der of the Associated rreaa?the greatest news-collecting association In the world?and receives over a special wire the tall telegraphic newa service ot the Aseoclated rreaa?the sauna stews from all over the United Kates and Ute world that la simultaneously re? ceived by the great daUles ot New York, PhUadol ?fcla and Baltimore._ MARCH. S M T W T F 8 1 a 3*567 K 9 lO 11 IB 18 14 IB 16 17 18 1? 80 81 28 23 3? 85 26 87 88 89 30 31 ... ._ Fair treatment by the ooal crowd and telephone blood suckers would In net re? sults to the people of Roanoke be equiv? alent to the establishment of an indus? try employing three hundred men. The friends of McKinley continue to gather in the d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 March 1896

'THE WOOL DRESS GOODS FOR SPRING WERE NEVER PRETTIER ^Designs were never more unique or pleasing. Colors are soft, winning, and values are down as never before. Can you tell what magic it is that brings you such excellent fabrics as tho3e described be? low for so little money ? All-wool 36-Inch Drees Goods, cnly 25c yard. I Wool Plaid3 for Wai ts at 25c per yard. Silk and wool, small checks; I they would be cheap at 50c, ' our price only 37^c. Silk and wool Novelty Dress [Goods; sold every where at 75c, /we only ask 60c, they are per 1 feet beauties. f\ High class Novelty Dress |,jOods at $1 per yard; price jjthem elsewhere and yon will Ae told $1.37^. - BLACK DRESS GOODS *In profusion, such as Serges, I Henriettas, Mohairs in plain and fancy black, and fifty dif? ferent styles of fancy blacks. I Agents for the celebrated Gold Medal Plush Goods; every yard guaranteed. NEWS AT THE SILK DE? PARTMENT. News of bright pretty silks, [ in coIots and patterns that will capture the good dres...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 March 1896

What's the Us <; of Waiting ? "Thoy " '^y ??Rn things come to him who waits," but wo have not "been waiting and. wo Jon l propose to wait. We KNOW our prices Hio right, our work A-l, and if you don't Roanoka, Va._ M_._ To BALL & MAY, Dr. Tsrma- GROCERS Roanoke.Va. Received OF 7 bring us work wo will conto aller It, in ona way or another, either by bringing to your notico our prices, facilities and quality o? execution, or personal interviews. We are not grumbling ; far from it. We've had our share ; wo are still go*ting our share. But wo have placed Ht your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with such facilities as to command admiration from nil ith whom we have business intorcourso. Wo uro not waiting; haven't time to wait An Up-to-Date Printing Office. One of tho vows tho writer made when bo was "devil" in a country printing office was, in effect, that if ho ever owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would be kept clean, a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 March 1896

I ANOTHER GRATEFUL FAMILY. Mr. Miller Considers Paim's Celery Com? pound a National Blessing. There 1b no spring remedy fqual to Paine's celery compound. Sufferers from debility who And their convalescence too slow, are j>yous?y Surprised by the brisk Impetus toward recovery that comes from Palne's celery compound. Its healing, norve-restoring, blood-making, nourishing powers go so directly to the root of the trouble that the progress toward health and strength is stoaay and uninterrupted. No relapse come when Palnn's celery compound has once fairly begun its v healthful action. With a stronger appetite, sounder sleep, and bolter digestion (results that overy ono has experienced who has taken Paine^i celery comDonnd) the weak and sore kidneys and the tired etomach cease to trouble, and the nerves allow ono tj work unvexed by dsy and to sleep by night without disturbance. This is what physlotani mean when they say that Paine's celery compound cures nervous diseases permane...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 18 March 1896

Ladies! I lore it? a Shoe made of the bot: kid. Laced or lluttoned. I its 1*1 table? Comfor?tMe. KtyllKli and I>u ruble, A X Von 111 ry Tn ilor-a?Io. Thought hath conceived nothing newer, skill can produce nothing liner. Into tbe window, it vou arc in a tinrry. Shall be pieased to hare you c?ll. jou will And we are not a "Stuck np" house, neither are we a "Cheap Store " lTpon the principle "give tbe Devil his due" we give tho DOLLAR DOUBLE Its due. We want to meet some Indies we harnt met yet. This shoe will lnttoducc Qi, We made tho SPECIAL PRICE "^T"1,1,8 $2, $2.5u and $3. Roanoke Shoe Co, Tbe Spot Cash Honey-Savers. ?FetTerson St, and Salem Ave., Roanoke,Vn. TBE LEADING RESTAURANT IN ROANOKE, AMD THE ?BST IN AMERICA FOB THE PRICKS. ill tbe Delicacies of tbe Season Served at reasonable prices. The Table Is always supplied with the best that la to be had In the marketa. SERVICE FIRST-CLASS. T~ The only Restaurant In the city with a separate Dlniog Boom for Ladles. Meal T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 19 March 1896

THE ROANQKE DAILY TIMES. *SfeS??&??._ RQA^OIvE, YA., THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 18??. ra^-?SS!*S^l^^P Pram WKATHBH. FotMRdtfor VlrgiuU: Kalo, south? easterly winds. New roofs, mend Inj old roofs, painting roofs?ls In oar line. If you uan not c>me to our chop, we will call on you, if Invited. Does Your Roof leak ? iMioke Roo.ag and letal Cwnico Co.,1 Commerce 8t. trad Franklin Bostd. J. B. GOLLINGWOOD, - / Manager. -'Phone 128. The most serious as i well as the most unprofit able investment ior the Gardener is the Sowing of Spurious Seeps. Buist's Seeds. Massie's Pharmacy, THE "Leather Larrapers" O ARE IIERF, AND THEY SAY THOMPSON-PRICE GO. Have everything a Hase Ball Man enn need. See their Cheat Protectors, Masks, Gloves, Bulls, and Bats, and get lowest prices. GLANCE AT 00R WINDOW. THOMPSON-PRICE CO., y10 < uanpUell St. > grf As Good an the BeBt. if ft/ fi'Wk **Tl1* PrcttlCHl Ssfi^^J? Wliorfiii Town," %i*/$if 1$ &o "hepeople say. Y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 19 March 1896

J. M. Gamblll, of Roanoke, wS3 in town yesterday. Henderson Lee went to Lynchburg yesterday on legal business. Judge W. W. Moffett is building a two-story addition to bis residence. Miss Carrte Preston, who has been ?letting In Bedford City, returned home yesterday. Hies Janle Johnston returned home yesterday after an extended visit among relatives in Baltimore. Evangelist J. W. Hypes returned yes? terday from conducting a series of meet? ings in Rockbrldge county. Mr. Watson is having tbe Hockman property on Broad street remodeled and improved preparatory so moving in. Geo. Worden has rented the Mont? gomery property on Pennsylvania ave? nue, and will move in about tcv lit of April. Mrs Jno. S. Hutchinson, who has been visiting her father, G B Fi'z gerald, returned yesterday to her home in Reldsvllle, N. C. G. U. Pray, of Brooklyn, Mass . a sllgbt-of band performer, gave a cred? itable performance before the oliege students in the college chapel on last Tuesday night. Dr. Gwvlm, pa...

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