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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 26 January 1903

- ? . ^ | FOOTLIGHT GLEAMS I I - ' -'Jbbe-mrH. Lcuth & Well* announce for | the attraction ne*t fr I rtay; -J? nmrrv fi SO. that popular Crenmuu dialect comedian, u\l. H. Wilson. ami he" come* this weason in a new romantic play, | . *\A Prince of Tutter*," by Sidney It. j - Bill*. , The title role is a young exile of Austria Prince Hugo von ?Koppert .1 (Mr. Wilson). a soldier uf fortune. | wlhosa j>overty is no cheek on his effervescent spirit, nor his mishap to ambition. This enjoyable type of Or- I man te peculiarly adaptable to Mr. Wilson's great talents, even more happily than hLs former success. Met* Btrobel. in "The Watch on the. Rhine." | The stage pictures required ate exj ceedlngly elal>orate and massive, which, together with the costumes, fur-. 1 nltune. properties, electrical effeits and ' color ache in es. mark a memorable event in UritT modem dhy of realism. The acting company is unusually large in .numbers, and as each character nee-' ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 26 January 1903

pf CANAL TREATY v ?1|~': MADE PUBLIC * ' Colombia Authorizes Transfer of Rights, Privileges, : Etc., to U. S. Bp' , j Winm^OE TERRITORY I Is About Six Miles The Ticatv Shall Not Interfere With the re-. Sovereignity of Colombia Over the territory. CT.- its:*1 \ot.-d *.?.?pun.l > 8*1 panann t.uial treaty. I In !<" :> <> KV-_ transmittal of tl ? jf:i: ! >* K,- ?- ?- Ittry Hay were brief ami torn...: ' j ? contained i?u reconunytida! Ion.-. l?j ^ of Columbia! authorves Hit m w i'a:.amaCaaal C;mpa'i> to s? 11 ami irau.? ( BS&V privileges. proponUs, ant nmassiura ft as well ay Hit* Panama railroad and ail t'ne shares or pari of the shares of ifca ) company." HrE?. Article 2 teiaf?-> m iho concession f<?i HK^constructing the canal and the right a K|y? of this government (Tithe property for ' * 100 years, with tne privilege of having y the lease perpetually renewed. Article 3 grant...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 26 January 1903

NDIANULA AFFAIR f 1N.THE StNATE fc t> ? ? * 1r. Spoone?, of Wisconsin, Defends the President's Action in the Matter. Kb M/tl A I1DTM DCDI fCC WVLAUAUI I\U1 LICJ 1 rte Defends the People of Indian- I ola -They Are Not Lawless and BrutaL as They Have Been Depicted* ' Wash ire,'on. I.iii "I. t'on.-' ! v the eU.i? InMt.l f it *>. - today % as ti t . before the ?S< u;?'f. 5 T .1- ;t itia.i*.- ? fart lhe udnust-.o.t >>1 '.a.- u'r: tin, Was t.ea:i '!y trffTtlTnUi .1 t ah ? .?.>? of tho lias 's ju a.iK.uly in ; afternoon Mr. .Spooner. of \\ . e n;, took the tlnor to dia u>s the pr ^.i'.- iit s action in discontinuity the pestnflt. < at Indinnol.t. Miss.. and fi t.-ut.f : > receive the resigna oil 'he ninro p'o: master?Mrs. L'o\. ilo d 1 i <I i .i president and was r.-Tpondod to y> : McJ^auri:.. of Mi*si.-.sipp;.\\ho s oi l the had m'Oii no threats again" Mrs but who admit...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 26 January 1903

HHp vVljW \ il r P- Ry1 f .S^B. \ 1 Ml E~" ^ Bfce^.-.A thv launitr>M>ag. Don't hold anything E back becanae yon f??ar it may be In !- jurv? in me waen. me weakest ana arast jUJettcate iarticle* pass through our hands without mutilation. RAbFORD ?r STEAM LAUNDRY ' do??i all work weil. To <L> anything badly would injure the reputation we W. S. and J. B. GREENWAY It Is quite an-easy matter to decide " why we are selling more Heaters ari.l -. Cook.Stoves than our neighbors, an I you will see at a glance when you M . compare our prices. \V> have an elegan supply of elgh^^duy Mh kel alarm clocks, and furnlfifre-for the" rich an 1 the poor, Some Christmas Toys at half price. Amontis Knitting Yarn to beat J. the band. Come and see us. W. S. Greenway & Son's Gqperal Auctioneers and Dealers. lUJmm 7HS reliable Plumber See v.'him; he will tell you of the Plumbing at lowest prices. 'Pi uoorr t Attp \\r ;, VillH< I r(V...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 27 January 1903

Jjp ' v^l v -?? . ? g^te (gtnaWnq ffifewte;;"S1J * * - -j :? - ~ ? ~ ~. ? ; ~_ ~ ' '..l. ^ ; "~mmm^__ , ? - ' ' " ' * .J' .'-- ' - ? ....-. .? . ? - - ? -?- ...... - . VOL.6, NO 74. ROANOKE, VA., TUESDA^' EVENING JANUARY 27. 1903. " PR1 OR?OWrTTtSS^^M U>> - ' ' \ * ' N jhKEEPYOUR it ; || HORSE WARM _ This pinching weather <; 33 witH one^of our "31 jf&Li: Horse Blankets J; J 3 OUR 3 3 I: Winter Laprobes 3 3 Are unexcelled. 31 :: FAIRFAX & BELL, i| Tba Hirdwiri Hustlers, A mill AIT A mifrrrif Al? a ohiall yuAnni i ur Mind Niits left Over H While theyjast they will go at KT' lOots.a Pound I HUNTER & CO. THE GROCERS. Cor. 8*J?m * * and OoMberoe St. |;_| I vuori tiLThe Best . jj. If-On earth. ;T W*\ Gives Original 11! Polish ! h ;; To nAy Kind <\] .. Of Furniture. ML.Only BOc Mi Roanoke Music Co., ii rii 22 Salem Avenue West. ii. r ii Headquarters For All Kinds ii | I Musicial Instruments : I And -Music :: 1 ...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 27 January 1903

1 FOOTUGHT GLEAMS | many f?ni?*U lodged at the uil Br e fVMay, January 30. at i!ie Academy of Bt BtttWrtc, of Al. 41. WiUou. the populai (toman dialect comedian. is a most Kf V' keaMhful Indication of the ki-owIu* in ?S';SmM had here for this favo-ite arB tint- -Although This u only Mr. W'Uthird season a> a star. lie ha* fBc after to ?#wffl!rt! u thong the I t Rf- fceet 7>&.vinn and best appreowtpd play1^ K- era who come to this city., No more deli-K llf-btful dramatic treat will la- offered If? thte aeoson than this presentation-of F Prince of Tatters." Sidney It El* lis' pretty romantic play. The past two. aeusou's phenomena'. It Biroces* of the talent -d Cermaii a:ect im corned in and golden-voiced mnger at tesfjoti[Jo the judgment of Messrs. t'hns j [ H.Yale and Sidney H. Ellis in latnieh- i mfi lnr this new star. Th?? success. both I B;- financially and artistic.1il.c7 was most R" "'it ^HE^S^5BBbBZ~~3HK1 u 1 K nKj|M|B -1 I B^H * re ~~iB |H&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 27 January 1903

gv: ENDORSED BY :: |. AFRO-AMERICANS Executive Committee National Council at Washington ? ? Endorse Roosevelt. DENOUNCE MOB MURDER , .. I Protest Against Jim Crow Law In Southern States, ard Call Attention to Conditions " . On Farms, Washington. Jan. 20.?'The executive ?ommitlec of the "national Afro-Amerli an council In session here today passed a resolntion urging confirmation by the Senate of the nomination of Dr. \y~.?Dr^Crum, to. be collector of customs at Charleston. S. C.. and adopted an address to the country on the race question in general. The addre?3 is signed by Alexander^Waltes. chairman of the executive committee, CyrusKleld Adams, secretary, and William - ?V. Pledger, acting president, .national Afro-American council. The uddresq In part fo-as follows: "It Is evident to the thoughtful * . amour us that we are passlug through one of the moot critical periods of 'our ^ . existence in this country. Questions - that Immediately concern the liberty and wett betng of one-ei...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 27 January 1903

R he Even Br PUBLISHED EVERY B " BpV ^ ? RnnLi Hr K JM&rii \ " " " ' RATES I t' . BOTH PHO 3F t WEATHER?Ko roast for Virginia: J ; E Tlefcrfng wneather tomorrow lj ROANOKE. VA . TI ES I I ROOSEVELTS FA] \- H. The iatest negro incident at th** Aft- Irhfto house becomes magnified in its iJt .offensirvnees because of the time at [ B^Which *t occurs, ami Ibe apparent de" B termination of the pnwident, which it t Indicates, to reiterate his contempt for eg Southern sentiment on the race ques6Evtion, and his tndifTerence to the pro?lt tests and criticisms of his conduct that HEihttve-flone up from many quarters In II ifjitm of the agitation of the Crum Ik appointment in Charleston and the f ?JUwHs appointment in Boston at this MF^jaae.' the action of President RoqsQt KK'.felt la bidding negroes to. a white rK trouse reception has the air of defying sentiment that is rmrvrrsai in ff.(he mth and quite general at % the 5E' north. -If it be true that the negroes I'KVMre thoae hold...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 27 January 1903

SIMP SHOOTERS STARTEO EIRE (Continued from first page.) ct upon the spectator* *ho paddled hrough all obstacles, bent u|>on aeeng the Arc and the firemen In battle. Fireman Snead, of Engine Com pan > To. 3, was the only man hurt at the *e. While cloae op to one of the rladaws gktao was broken; eithsr y heat or by the water, and In falling ha shattered gJaaa atruck hla hand.cutIng the index Anger of the right, hand. >r. Oandldge. of the ambulance corps, ho was on hand with hla equipment >r emergency work, *us called and be Headed Mr. Snead'a Injuries. The ounded man then returned td hie dues as a flre-flghter. Mr. E. C. Mayo, of the Continental OhaAn (\wnnanv. osfImnfpJ f?ho frvm at a&out $35,000, fully i-ovurance^ bfrtldlngs is placed at $7.is covered by insurance. . ry of the origin of the fire 1 by Chief Puller. .V'ahelon the outside, he Lhlnka. ed Sunday evening by nebooters, who built a fire, id to the ?temmery. IES TO TOUC...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 27 January 1903

Fv DOBLIN LIED FOR LESSLER Cjletracts Former Statement *; T&at Qtflg? Had Tender- * ed Bribe To Him. COMMITTEEMEN AMAZED. Tells How Congressman Sent For Him* arid Told Him He Must IiStand For Story About Bribery More Light. ' who testified before the hoii.-e mini: tee on naval'affairs Satur?ray.jL?at n . had. approached Ropi osenia: Us>!>'.. of Now, York, with an <?T, r of snone,. , to influence hfs vote on t-he submarine boat lull. and who made. the f^ rt j statement that he had 'been t> 1,| iher? 1 might Ih> $:.t?oo in it f ,r boil. mad i the nstounding admission b. ore tlia committee todnv that he had made statements Saturday which were n ?: * true and that,he wanted to retract h.s Matfrmnt that Mr. Quigg had tendered a bribe to him. The statement dame without any previous warning that Dublin intended making any such retraction/* Menibei < of the committer looked at orte another in amazement as Doldin w...

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 27 January 1903

OWEN PLEDGES* PORT RECEIPTS Hngland and Germany Offer? ed Thirty Per Cent, at -Porto Cabello O RAISE THE BLOCKADE ^Hcportcd in London and Be rlin That Jthe Proposition Has Bean Accepted?New York Banks I Offer Settlement. Waehlnitton, J mi. 2H.- Tho Amnxlnt[ Prt'HH hint tHTTTTnformat that Mlnter_Uow-nrTfiMlnx for Venezuela. hi turn for U??? rnlalnjt of the bfuok.ul?. 4i1k<<n 3" the receipt* of j? port* of Porto Culadlo and latitatkW. the r.tmo to he rollrrtcd by i Int com ml**! on inane up of one rep- I Mental Iv<- from each ??f <b. power* tvlnj? clamm uKuliiNt ViMU'tiiida. iKYotii 11>? f??w detail* of exchange I'twcrn flu1 allle* that leak out h,,r-' ! Would apwnr that they *r?- roiiiddhlnK ahe-li. i<aintl -phnaea of the uUlInto urrau^vu rnl an to lndlcito tliait my have itlready reached a ta il acreo|?it upon tin' it<*itvrni principle* of til? ktleuirnt Up to tin' rlo*o of tho day fortunl of the iwooplaiuv...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 27 January 1903

^ Put Everything in > IU-' " the fauudry img. Don't hold anything I _b?cK because you fenr it may be lnfcV Jured in the tuirta. The weakest and J mod OoCeate articles j?a*? through I our hands without mutilation. RADFORD STEAM LAUNDRY does all work. wr!I, To ?!?> anything badly would injure the reputation w< i I. 1 W. S. and J. B. GREEN WAY B~ It tsTjuif^an -easy mutter to deckl.'1 K*t. wfry-we are selling n>or?> Heaters :w..l 1 Cook Stoves that} pur neighbors, an l i you will see' at a glance wheu yo : cbmpire our prices. We have an vieR&f ft an supply of eight-day tit-kel alarm h" clocks, and turnitur? for tl\e ri> h an! . ' the poor. i.V>tne Christmas Toys at half price. Amonns Knitting Vatu to '.km: the band. Come and see us. 1 m W. S. GreenWay & Son's Hp?: General Auctioneers and Dealers. ! If A. J. KENNARD Til 2 rcllub'.c Plusher Sec i[> . .him; he will tell you oF t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 28 January 1903

i - - - a ?:? -r-<, \ ^ - - . -~r ~- - .- ~sr!^^^^rrrgT=r :,',I~r, y~' ^.? L _ ,, ^ ',, VOL.6, NO75. .'4. . -110ANOKE, VA., WEDNKSDA|t,EVKNING JANUARY 28. 19ttL pmnB-rtSw>DMr? ; j j'KEEP YOUR , j j | !i HORSE WARM " ii This pinching weather , -vm?' ' '7: I 1 i with one of our . if Horse Blankets if Hi ~ OUR if i 7 if Winter Laprobes if ' if Are unexcelled. <T Hi FAIRFAX & BELL, JL; Tk. U..J?? Uu.kl 2 ? mv nuiuwaif nuauoiJ, x Z ? 8. Jefferson St. <!, 1 A SMALL QUANTITY OF ! Mixed Nuts Left Over i While they last they will go at i lOots, m Pound HUNTER & OO. i V. . . THE GROCERS. ' Cor. Salem eve. a&d Coaaeree 8L r j a.iL.iii n....1.... 11' ... < Qianol ? ' t * %e%% ? Ifi i The Baat 1 On Earth. 1 Gives | j Original | fo Polish . j; |:j; . To Any Kind . Of Furniture. Only BGo ; Per Gome. ir~ |ii Roanoke Music Co.. j|: f ;31 22 Salem Avenue West, it . 4 ' __ ? j :: Headquarters For All Kinds &...

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Page PAGE 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 28 January 1903

FTRIBUTE TO I GENERAL LEE Colonel McClure Delivers an ~ Address to the Pennsylvania Legislature 1m SUPPORT OF HIS BILL To Appropriate $20,000 to Help Build a Monument to General , Lee on the Battleground at Gettysburg. Hart.-btirg. Fa.. Jan. 27.?In th? pre- j sence- of lho full membership of the House of Representatives and a crowd- | ?'d gallery. Colonel A. K. MeClure. ??f ; ftaliadetfvhiH. tomght dt^vered an .ul- i drees in support of the proposition that the 8tax? s of Pennsylvania and Vir- j girla should Join hands in erw?-lngan o^faesirian statue of General Robert B. l.a?e on Seminary Hill of the bat- j tlefteld of Gettysburg. A bill appro- ] printing 120.000 contingent on the con- j dftion that Virginia appropriate a like amount, has been Introduced In tfic legislature and is now In the vppiailtfee'on appropriations. Tonight's meet jUK wsh in ine lorm 01 a nearing <1:1 m bill with Colonel McClure ami Judge p- , John Stewart of Franklin county. as * Ky" Jlte principa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 28 January 1903

P WRECK ROYAL BLUE d Rear of a Local lile Ruimtngat t Speed. OSS OF! LIFE The Mass of Wreckage Caught on Fire and Mary of the Victims Were Burned Beneath the Wreck. New York. Jan. 27-.?One of the most appalling railroad wrecks that has occurred in the vicinity of New York for many years, the estimated loss of life ranging from twelve to thirty peraons, took place tonight at Oraeelaud | on the Central Railway of New Jer* sey near Westfleld. N. i.. when the royal' blue fine express ploughed at J top speed-lnto the rear of a local train. Immediately after the crash three of the shattered cars of the local.,train took fire rendering impossible the rescue of many of the wounded, who were 'pinned fast in the wreck. Many bodlea believed to have -been jcopsuii??-i ed. On board the flyer all the passengers although badly shaken up. escaped uninjured except for trifling bruisgs. . The train which was run into left 'New York at 5:43 and runs as an express to Round Rrook. making stops at Elisab...

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Page PAGE 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 28 January 1903

EfietjEven PUBLISHED^ EVEIU^O BOTH PMC OIHct Rhm THER?Korcmjtf for Vlrwlnia: 1n?UTwday. with occasional rains. ROANOKE. VA. WEDNK CLEVELAND AS Mr. Cleveland seems to be a more ^cctWfui hnnter than Mr. Roosevelt, hid it.| is also unquestionable that he traighyeaed out Venezuela's contenttoraneou* troubles m^re effectively ami n l<*s time. It roixht be argued, herefcre, that he was a greater man han the present incumbent of the naion'a highest office, and there are trobaibly many Republicans who regard dm as being more in touch with them han with Democracy. Nevertheless, it will do him no good rotn a political standpoint. General Irar.t tound the Instinctive repugnance . MUNICIPAL A g* A movement U under way In AtlanI I ta to raisa a fund of $10,000 to advert t tia? Georgia. The plan. la to publish I ? advantages of the state and. circulate B ?! jjt where It will do most good. The fc R . Georgia .people are lire and poshing K and tbey know that advertising pays. ' Win wiah ...

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Page PAGE 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 28 January 1903

DUN m ON THE IRISHMAN *ThmS*l Kuity a* apptoach?d_ln. a famous chop house near the Rlutto on Elroadway. one night during the holi??y?. *>y reporter who asked his opinion in regard to the controversy now going the round* of the'most import _ urt newspapers in the country, concerning the opposition of the Irish societies and general public (o the carlmature of the Irishman as depicted on .he stage. - .. Air. Sully said: "I'm glad you came. Jit down ui?d have some Vlchv?for i chaeer. You've struck my tender tpot, when you mentioned this sub ecv. wny. wnen 1 see some or me reiow3 who claim to be Irish comedian* ;Lving impersonations of ilrishmen. who ook as much like monkeys as one pea ooks like another. I'm reminded of he song. "Johnny. Get Your Gun." or House jilt 'Em." Citizens of Celtic !XtracUon are made to blush until as ed as lobsters at some of these men. irho calling themselves comedlans, are mffoona of the lowest type. I'm glad e see that many of th^Jrlsh societies ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 28 January 1903

PeBEE^I UN*S CHARGES Statements Made by in Are Absolutely Untrue.7 siyifr _ |r ON A CROSS-EXAMINATION - : Tells of a Meeting: With > I One of the House Naval ?-- Committee?Roberts on the Stand. Washington. 1>. <\. Jan. - "? The j house committee on naval- affairs to- j day concluded the taking of tAt'amr. . In the investigation of the charge toad ' by Representative Leswler that a corruption attempt had l>een made to -nfluence his vote in that committee on the proposition to purchase sub-maiii.c torpedo boats. An executive sessio t was held by the committee at the conclusion of the afternoon session and consideration was given to the findings the committee would report to TO,- "the House, After several resolution: tr had been proposed and discussion had i ' been had as to the wording or a Report, |lf tf. a sub-couiuiiitee consisting or Representatives Foss (Ills.); Dayton. tW. lb... Va.); Taylor. (Ohio); Mercer. (I^a.i; tg, and Kitchen (N....

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Page PAGE 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 28 January 1903

c FIRST JOINT CONFERENCE HELD I _ # The Venezuelan Negotiators Meet With Mr. Bowen -Vr in Washington. r WILL SIGN THE PROTOCOL. _ Good Reasons to Believe Thot the Blockade Will Be Raised Im mediately- Incorrect Reports. WashiiiKton, Jan. 27.?Byappointnu nt the first Joint continence of the Vencauelan negmTators ooflifrcd this afternoon at Minister Bowen's apartments. the ranking diplomat Slgnor Mayor Desplanches. the Italian ambassador making the representations in Freuch to Mr. Bowen. The question, tinder discussion was a matter of the merest detail, the envoys wishing io* know whether the monthly payments to the allies should be' in proportion *o the amount of the claims, or whether ?Great Hr t.iin (.lermauy and Italy would ?1 v" th?- same amounts each month until the Indemnity was paid. Mr: Bowen stated he was quite willing to leave this to themselves .to senile and that any arrangement they might make ?would l>r satisfactory to Venezuela. Another defallc. which has-ye...

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Page PAGE 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 28 January 1903

r B>Tl *' L I Hb1. %. At.1 ?_ kt: runcvcrywiag in * the laundry bag. IX)nit hold anything E?j-~back because you fear It may be InKic ? Jured hi the wa3h. The weakest and ,, most delicate ttrNc leg pass through our hands without mutilation. B RADFORD m:-. STEAM LAUNDRY HR'-'I" does all work well. To do_anything 1 Hk\\ . badly would injure the reputation we I |*. ' *taJojN ^^ W. S. and J. B. GREEN WAY, It is quite an easy matter to decide why?we are selling more Heaters ar.d I Cook Stoves than our neighbors, an 1 | you will see at a glance when you compare our prices. We .have an olew? can supply of eight-day nickel alarm | Clocks, and furniture for the rich and the poor. Some Christ mas Toys at half price. Amonns Knitting Y&ru to beat -> the )>an<l. Come and see its. ' * W. S. Greenway & Son's General Auctioneer* and Dealers. I A. J KBHKIlRD Bp~ ThS reliable Plunibsr? him* he will tel( you of the - importance of havi...

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