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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 10 October 1895

HOTEL DE?DBEATS. SHARP RASCALS WHO ARE TOO MUCH FOR THE SHREWDEST CLERKS. Soino of tho Tricks by Which They Obtain Accommodation* Without l'uylnc au?l Also Borrow Money?Empty Trunks and li<iKUH Packages. Despite ovory precaution taken by shrewd hotol clerks n largo number o? persons uro constantly engaged iu secur? ing board and lodging by fraud. It is nsnally supposed that when n gnost arrives at a hotol without bag? gago lie cunuot seonre nccommoda tious niiless ho pays iu atlvnnce, but tho tricky "doudbeut" not only will livo iu tho hotel freo for a week, but in tunny ensos will secure a loan from tho unsuspecting gentlemau behind tlio desk. Tho "doadbeat" constantly ovolvos now tricks to "do up" tho hotol man, and it was not many days ago that a Well known hotol was defrauded in a vory skillful manner of a week's board and some of tho cash iu the till. The "doadbeat" walked into tho hotol lob? by and in a coufidont manner placed his name on tho register as hailing fro...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 10 October 1895

I IT IS ECONOMY TO WAIT. IE DO NOT THINK SO ?T THIS TIME. It is An Undisputed Fact That Leather is Advancing. WE HAVE AN IMMENSE LINE ?OF HOSES* I Sample Shoes a Specialty, That Are Away Below the Market. 50?" It is economy to buy what you actually need wheu you can save mouey. " Money Saved is Money Made." We would like for you to call aud let us fit your feet. Perhaps you have childreu. They w.ll ueed Shoes. Yours very truly, Roanoke Shoe Co. No. 13 S. JotTorson St. F. ?J, HURT, Manager. -the Mote Steal tin Works, J. A. DEVON, Proprietor, Is the only reliable Dyeing aud Scouring establishment iu the South? west. All others advertised as steam dyo works are fakes. Beware, lie sure to send for us. Ladies' and gent's goods dyed and cleaned to perfection. Ladies' Sailor Hats Dyed Blcck to look new. Don't forget our Dumber, 110 CAMPBELL ST., 'Phone 229. Roanoke, Va. C. B. MEADOR'S, South side Market Square, invites your attention to bis full aud complete line ot Groceries, Provisions, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 October 1895

TEE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES ROANOKE, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11 1895? ?m,hh OF TUB ?VOBLjO. PTHB WEHBB. Forecast forVlrc?: WuniM-r; fair Friday, vrlth Incrlng loutliwest ?eriy witds. Rain! Hoof Leaks! Sunshine! Don't Care! Bettor rder it done when pu discover it. Boaaofa Roofing and total ConlcoCo., Oonunerco St. andtTranalln lont. J. R. COLLINQWOCD, - - Kan.ger. - 'Phonf 228. Are Yon Supirstitious ? So Vie Fci||<S who believe lu ein? will ?^cq^mw-p. tell you tliat.lt Ikulucky to full overboard 01m ou? tlay, or to take hoi of n buzz saw In motto on Tuesday, or fall lown etalre with the coafecut tic on Wednesday.>r to ? shoot yourself on Tiers ? day. or to alt dowi to ? dinner with twolvcoth ? er* und only rood oningb. ? for leu on Friday.and I they all agree that t la i very unlucky to call on! your bext ?Irl on 8a\nr day without a pound ot 'luvlcr's Pure und De I clous Candy. Fit Kail STCtjk AT * * catqgni's resta?rrn; Having employed one of Norfolk's 1)cbi c...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 October 1895

W. H. Shuff left for Staunton yester? day. G. It. Stevens, of Roanoke, was in town yesterday. Major J. C. Green, of Wy theville.was in Salem yesterday. Twenty-fivo ooal minors loft yester? day for Rig Stono Gap. G. J. Ligon returned yesterday from a trip to Glade Springs. Mrs. Jobn L. Logan, of Lexington, is on a visit to Mrs. R. H. Logan. Seldon Brown, who has been sick with grip for a week, Is now much but? ter. Miss Lelia Ballard and brother loft yesterday to attend tbe fair at Fln oastlo. Mrs. Benjamin Dyerle, who had her arm broken by a fall, is roported much better. Preparations are being made to en? large the pastor's olllco of the Methodist parsonage. A telophono wlro is being put up to connect Professor Smith's house with Roanoke College. Signs of preparation indicate that a very pretty young lady on Main street will shortly be led to tho altar. G. J. & R. TJ. Llgon, who havo boon in tho livery business hero for a long time, have dissolved partnership. Miss Loui...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 October 1895

ah Little jOoctors d3ookt?lls about PAM?ILLS r And Tonic Pellets. Only Modern Cure For sale by Charles Lyle Drug Co. Cushman's MENTHOL INHALER CATARRH, HEADACHE, NEURALGIA. LaGRIPPE. il Ii ?top* -In i'.'lll Sllllllll)).'. i i.ik-Mi:i', HEADACHE. Cou ES&n ENDORSED j? highest medlcnl au? thorities of r.uru|i? iiikI America for *S COLDS,Boro Thron? Hay Fevor, Bron? chitis, La ORIPPE. Tho most Kefresliiug anil llnnllhful aid to HEADACHE Suffer IlrhiBH Sleep to llje Sleepless. Cures Insomnia mil Nervous frustration. I'on'llie fooliMl with worthless notations. Take only CUSHMAN'S. rriei-.60c.iit all .rugglsts, or uutiieii free. Agents wanted. CUSHMAN'S MENTHOL RAI M tro,lucP? wonderful cares or lltllinUL DHLITI yalt Hhoum, Old SoreH, *uts. Wounds. Burnn, FroBtbttcifl. Excels all ither remedies for P1LE8. Price 26c. at Iirujfrista. look on Menthol free Address Cuahmon Monu acturins Co., No. 324 Dearborn Street, Sonwu lluljainjt), CHICACO, ?r vi\iknm>, ixu. ?z?i!y, Qu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 October 1895

THE TIMES. BVHKY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY KOANOK.B PUBLISHING CO., Pabltehers and Proprietors, TIMES BUILDING, 181 UAMPHBLL AV1SNUK S. \V. TSRM? ur MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, ono month.It .t>0 " three months.1.150 ** six months.3.00 ** ouu year, in advance .... 5.00 nnduy Edition, ono year .... 1.00 Tnn Turns Is a meruner ot the Associated Press?tho greatest news-collecting association In ! the world?and receives ovor a special wire the full telegraphic news service ot the Associated Press?the snmo news Irom all over the United States and the world that Is simultaneously re? ceived by tho great dallies ot New Yor*, Phlladel- i phla and liultlmore. OCT08ER. " F S 4 5 11 12 18 1? 35 88 MOTIOK. T. Campbell Gray 1ms been appointed circulation masacsr of TUE TIMES and Is authorized to receivo money and receipt . or same on acconut of this paper. KOANOKK PUBLISHING CO. Ronnoke. Sept. 9th, 189S. CITIZENS' TICKET. For Tiik SENATE, M. H. CLAYTOR, Of Rsanoko County. Fob Tiik Hous...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 October 1895

A cordial invitation is e xtended to the ladits to our grand Millinery Oping ?OF? Parisian Hats and Bonnets ?ON? Friday and Saturday, ?9,10,11,12, When we will have on exhi? bition such an array of ar? tistic beauty as never was shown before in this c!ty. In addition to our Millinery Display We will also show the finest and best assorted stock of Consisting of high class nov? elties and special-goods values in cannot be surpassed as to Quality, Style or Price. Yours Respectfully, Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report ^^^^ News of People and Events. Happenings Briefly and Reliably Put Before You. Don't Forget to ItcRlHtor. \ Tho voters of thin olty ohould not forV got to have thoir names pus on tho regA Istration books beforo October ~G.\ Everybody who wishes to vote mus i register. Ud not think for a moment that it is all right because you havo registered prior to this year. Tho elec toral board ordered a now registration out and out. and all the old registrat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 October 1895

Johnny Foreman the Youngest Player In the League. THE SPOKT BY ELECTRIC LIGHT. Tim* Tar Ihr Sehrt??? Has Proved a Fnll urc, Ulit the Future May Unite It F??hs Iblo?How tho Different States ??Root'* For National League T?.??ijim. Probably tho youngest player in tho National Icoguo is Johnny Foreman of tho Plttsburg club. He is also one of the mosfc valuable "finds" of tho new blood lately ndded to the major league ranks. What few games he has pitched for tho Pirates have tended to stamp him a stayer. Foreman is a native of Baltimore, and was horn Aug. 6, 1S75, which elasses him as a boy. Ho has a hoy's face in outlines, though at times there comes over it. an ex? pression which makes an observer think it possibly belongs to an old man. Hence grow a report soino weeks ago that Instead of being a bey of 20 Johnny was really an old man, who had a boy of his own that old. Young Foreman is a brother of the oth? er and better known pitcher of thesamo name, Frank, of the Cincinnati team. Ho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 October 1895

m Miss Delia Stevens, of Boston. Mass., writes: l have always Buffered from hereditary Scrofula, for which I tried various remedies, ami many reliable physicians, but none relieved me. After taking (loot tics or ? 1 am now well. 1 am very grateful to you, as I fcol that it saved mo from b life of un? told agony, and ""^^^ '^?^ shall take pleasure In speaking only words of praise for tbo wonderful med? icine, and in rccommending it to all Treat iso on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed freo t" any ad? dress. JgJ SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, On. m OVER MOUNTAINS." Sty heart went roaming and flying\ Whore her one treasure was. .. * Tho day was luridly dying. A low wind sighed, "Abus!" There was no bird tit nil Out of Ins nest so warm. Over tbo mountain wall My heart went into tho storm. And when tho night \v?8 mirk, And on th?- shrieking bc*? Tho wind was dolllU its work 3Iy heart camo back tu nie. Tapped at my window pane, Out of tho storm and diu, Out <>f tho night ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 October 1895

Sei File Say IT IS ECONOMY TO WAIT. ie do not think so AT THIS TIME. It is An Undisputed Fact That Leather is Advancing. WE HAYE AN IMMENSE LINE ?OF? SHOES! Sample Shoes a Specialty, That Are Away Below the Market. ?ST" It is economy tD buy what you actually need wheu you can save money. "Money Saved is Money Made." We would like for you to fall and let us lit your feet. Perhaps you have children. They w.ll ueed Shoes. Yours very truly, Roanoke Shoe Co. No. 13 S. Jefferson St. ?ST. .?, ltUHT, Manager. -the BOuif e Steam Dfg Worts, J. A. DEVON, Proprietor, Is the only reliable Dyeing and Scouring establishment in the South? west. All others advertised as steam dyo works are fakes. Beware. He sure to send for us. Ladies' and gent's goods dyed and cleaned to perfection. Ladies1 Sailor Hats Dyed Bltck to look new. Don't forget our uumber, 110 CAMPBELL ST., 'Phone 229. Roanoke, Va. C. B. MEADOR'S, South side Market Square, Invites your attention to his full and complete Hue ot Groceries,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 October 1895

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. ROANOKE, VA., SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1895 ?" associate mK7* ??oM?..' _ 7 ? A^t/t/. ALL IHK NEWS OJf THE HUHLb. PTBB WK&THKR. Forecast for Virginia: Partly cloudy, potalbly local aliowsr?; bat the rain, ir any, will he very light; Houtherly winds, uli I.'ting to westerly; probably fair Sunday. Will the "New Wo? man" climb a ladder and do her own roof painting ? I don't think! She'll send for us. ?oanofce RooQng and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce St. and Franklin lioad. J. R. COLLINGWOOD,-Manager. - 'Phone 22s. RESH and Special Attention to Funeral Designs. CAIOTS RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's best cooks, we arc ptepnrcd to serve the | public with the best oysters that woa ever served in the citv. Special Invitation to Ladies: / We have two separate Din? ing Parlors, and the politest attention in the city. Oysters Received Fresh Every Day. LAVENDER WATER. An elf Kant Toilet requisite. Fragrant and refreshing. Half pint (,'liea sto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 October 1895

Count Tolstoi, Who is in closer sympathy with humanity, its needs and its sufferings, than any man ?who is alive to-day, says : "Go through a crowd of pooplc, preforably city people, examine tbeir tired, anxious, wasted faces; remember your life and the lives of those whom you have known inti? mately; recall the many sad cases of slckneos and sorrow of which you have heard, and ask yoursolf tho reason of all this suffering and despair. And you will see, howevor strange It may appear, that the cause of nine-tenths of human misery is some chronic weakness or disease; that this Bufforing la useless, that it could be avoided, and that tho majority of people whoso livos are darkened by ill health might be strong, vigorous and happy." Coupled with the words of | this grand man is the great truth that four-fifths of all dls eases arise from kidney, liver or bladder complaints. Can you not readi y see, then, why that magnificent remedy, War? ner's Safe Cure, is so popular? It is because It ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 October 1895

THE POPULAR cigarette .MILD AND PURE, ?'A^fUTACTUIUU> BY ALLEN & GINTER ^Tiib America* Toracco Co. Uttle^Doctor's jBook tells about w And To Nie Pellets. Only Modern Cure for Constipation. Biliousness and Liver Troubles. Tree at uuy otoro. for .sale by Cbarlea Lylo Drug (Jo. Cush man's MENTHOL INHALER Cures nil trouble* of Hie CATARRhTHEADACHE, ? NEURALGIA, LaGRIPPE. WILL CURE E&iS'tt , )1 sneezing, ?iiiiHIiih. coughing, ? ~ II KA DACHE. Con il v>j>.. tl nuoil u?e effects ?j aSsHP hukk cuke. , ENDORSED & '^-V?"'._L*/ l,l^)io?t inc<lk'al nu ^2??Ifv tlmritles of Europe OiN Mini A in it I rn for ? X1 COI.DH.Soro Throa? Hoy Fover, Bron? chitis. Ln GRIPPE. 'I hi1 most Refreshing nncl lli'iilllifiil aid to headache Suffer ? Sleepless, run'?, Iiionumln rn, I loll 'i llf fooled Witll Mollllll'm imitation*. Take only cushman's. rru-i-.fiOo.ut all Dniggi't.-H. or mulled free. a units wanted. ( I'Sil max's MENTHOL ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 October 1895

'THE TIMES. SVEUY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY KOANOKB PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMES BUILDING, 1SJ CAMPBELL AVENUE 8. W. TBUM.S BY MAIL. (I'ostago Prepaid), Dally, one month.K .CO " three months.1.60 *? els months.8.00 ?* one year. In advanco .... 6.00 onday Edition, one year .... 1.00 The Times is a member ot the Associated Press?the preatcst nowB-collectlng association in the world?and receives over a special wire the tall telegraphic news service of the Associated Press?the snmo news from all ovor the United States and the world that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallloeotNow YorK, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. OCTOBER. F S 4 5 11 18 18 IO 25 20 MOTIOH. T. Campbell Gray has lieeu nppnlnterl circulation nmungcr or T1IK TISIKB and 1b authorized to receive money and receipt or same on acconnt of tills paper. koanokb PUBLISHING CO. livnuoke, Sept. 9th, 1805. citizens' tick kt. For Thk Senate, M. H. 0LAYTOR, Of Roanoko County. For The House or Deleoates, B. A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 October 1895

A cordial invitation is extended to the ladies to onr grand Miry Opening ?OF? and Bonnets -ON? Wednesday, Thursday, Friday ?9,10,11,12, When we will have on exhi? bition such an array of ar? tistic beauty asnevir was shown before in this city. In addition to our We will also show the finest and best assorted stock of DRESS Consisting of high class nov? elties and special-goods values in Our assortment of cannot be surpassed as to Quality, Style or Price. Yours Respectfully, 10 26 Salem Avenue S. W. Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. Gov*t Report _ AjggOleWEiy PURE_ News of People and Events. Happenings Criefly and Reliably Put Before You. Oon't Forgot to KegiHter. The votors of this city should nob for? get to have their nameB put on tbo reg? istration books before October 2G. Everybody who wishes to voto mus. register. Do not think for a moment that it is all right because you havo registered prior to this year. The eleo toral board ordored & new registrati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 October 1895

You Needn't Look immediately for the damage that dangerous washing compounds do. It's there, and it's going on all the time, but you won't sec its effects, probably, for several months. It wouldn't do, you know, to have them too dangerous. The best way is to take no risk. You needn't worry about damage to your clothes, if you keep to the original washing compound?Pearline ; first made and fully proved. What can yon gain by using the imitations of it? Prize packages, cheaper prices, or whatever may by urged for them, wouldn't pay you for one ruined garment. Peddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you, "this is as good as" or "the same as Pearline." IT'S FAI.SIi?Pearline is never peddled ; if your grocer sends you an imitation, be honest?send it t\ick. 3W JAMES PYLE, New York. Beware The Great Comedian Praises the Theater. WE DRAMA A HISTORY MAKER. Vr. Goodwill Thinks Iiis Profession In a Grand Oh??II? Given a Little Sensible Advice and Also Corrects a Mistaken Impression or ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 October 1895

Vo Offer YOU A KBMBOY Which tnjmvca ?..!. cy to Lifo oi Mother and CniUi era' Friend" Hobs Cviillncmcnt or its Tain, Horror ami Bisk. Mywlfo used ??ltOTll?BI' FRIEND " be? fore her tlrst child? bud no cramps?wnsuulcklyro Movcd-suirohiiK but ilttlo?110 palus ufterwurd? recovery ruuld. E. E. JOHNSTON, Eufala, Ala. f3TScut bv Malier Express, on receipt of price, Vl.OO per bottle. IJouk"ToMotburK?rmatlt'dFruo. BUAUF1EU) ItEUULATOlt CO., ATLANTA,OA Mo:d by ull lfrugitlsts. SOCIETY. 1 looked and ?:nv n splendid pageantry Of beautiful women und of lordly men Taking their, pleasure in a Mowory plain Where |K>pplo8 and thu red alternant) And many another leaf of cramolsy Flickered uhout their feet and gkvo their stain To heels of iron or satin, nnd tho grain Of silken garments floating far and freo As in tho (luncu thoy wove themselves or strayed By twos together or lightly smiled nnd bowed Or oonrtslcd to each other or else played At gomes of mirth und pastime, unafraid In their ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 12 October 1895

She Pile Say IT IS ECONOMY TO WAIT. IE DO HOT THINK SO AT THIS TIME. It is An Undisputed Fact That Leather is Advancing. WE HAVE AN IMMENSE LINE ?OF? HOES! Sample Shoes a Specialty, That Are Away Below the Marke?. BSF" It is economy to buy what you actually ueetl wheu you cau save money. "MoneySaved is Money Made." We would like for you to call and let us lit your feet, Perhaps you have children. They w.ll need Shoes. Yours very truly, Roanoke Shoe Co. No. 13 S. Jeft'orgou St. HT. J. BTJBT, Manager. the Mike Steal Bye Works, J. A. DEVON, Proprietor, la tho only reliable Dyeing and Scouring establishment iu the South? west. All others advertised as steam dye works are lakes. Beware. Be Bura to send for us. Ladies' ami gent's goods dyed and cleaned to perfection. Sadies' Sailor Hats Dyed Bltck to look new. Don't forget our uumber. 110 CAMPBELL ST., 'Phone 229. Roanoke, Va. C. B. MEADOR'S, 'Sonth side Market Sqnare, Invites your attention to his full aud complete line Of Groceries, Pro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 13 October 1895

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. Vor,. XIV.?No. 317. PItIGB TUitKH CUNTS. ROANOKE, VA., SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13, 1895. Ali IH? NEW? Ott VHS VrOKLlf. PTHIS AT1S&TBKK. Forecast for Virginia: Fair and cool; westerly winds. The principal cost of roof repairs Is wages, when competent men are employed, as with us. Boanoke Roofing and Metal Cornico Co., Oommerco St. nud Franklin Kond. J. R. COLLINGWOOD, - - Manager. - 'Phono 228. CATQGNI'S RESTAURANT Having employed one of Norfolk's best cooks, we are piepared to serve the public with the beBt oysters ihnt was ever served in the city. Special Invitation to Ladies: We have two separate Din iug Parlors, and the politest attention in the city. Oysters Received Fresh Every Day R-?-B-B-E-RJ-?-0-D-S-! Automizers. I I/. 5(1 Hot Water Bottles. Perhapsi Is what yi rang?' from Syringes. ' u Household Syringes of the Don't yon need an Aulom Ixor? %\ e have them from 50e up, Perhaps a hot water bottle Is what you want. Prices range from 50c ui&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 13 October 1895

"Will Harvoyouttor has returned from Richmond. J. T. Ilolm, of ElliBton, was In Salom yesterday. The publio schools of tho county will be opened this week. MIbs llattle Wolfendor loft Saturday evening for Wytheville. W. E. Brown lefc Friday for New York to purchase goods. Mrs. Mollie Miller, who has been quite sick, ia much better. Mrs. James Chalmers entertained a number of friends Friday evening. Miflln Ballard and daughter returned Friday night from the Finoastlo fair. Rev. Dr. Fox will preach at tho Pres? byterian Church to-day at 11 o'clock a. m. J. W. Hypes left yesterday for Hay makertown to hold a meeting at that place. Rev. A. C. Miller is conducting a re? vival meeting at Oak Grove. It ia well attended. J. S. Thomasson, father of J. A. ThomaBson, was taken suddenly ill Friday night. J. O. Floyd returned yeBterday from Lambert's Point, whero he is now en? gaged in business. The ending of the last term of the circuit court for 1895 was entered upon the records yesterday. Mrs...

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