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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 September 1897

Reliable Advertisers of Facts. Store News This Week. TWELVE DESIRABLE LOTS TO BE SOLD THIS WEEK. Lot 1. Is located in the Domestic Department and consists of about 8,000 yards of Apron Checked Ginghams at 5c. Lot 2. Contains 10 dozen 45-inch ready-made Pillow Slips, to be sold at L2?c. Lot 3. Is sub-divided into two lots, and consists of Shirt Waists. All our 25c. and .'5.r>c. Shirt Waists to be sold at 15c. All our $1.60 and $1.75 Waists are to be sold at 7r>e. Lot 4. Contains loo dozen Ladies" Ribbed Vests, which we will sell at Tic. Sc. and LOc. Lot 5. Consists of 20 pieces of Im? ported Serge, in black and col? ors, all wool, at 25c! Lot 6. V Contains 10 pieces of Black Figured Mohairs. 46 in. wide, and only 50c. Lot 7. ('(insists of 5 pieces of All Wool Black Imported Serge, very fine twill and 50 in. wide, only 5()c Lot 8. Is situated in our Sillc De? partment and consists of beau? tiful Plaids, just the thing for the coming fall : worth $1.50 : we only a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 September 1897

Alaska! Klondike! No need to go there for 1 liiE" DUST when you can get it at any grocer's. It Makes the Dirt Fly MADE ONLY BY THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY, Chicago, St, Louis. New k. Boston. Philadelphia fei . Wehnve demonstrated, experts nilmlt, and every one is con\ iuccd tbatOeiiulue WbiteTopaxcauuol he detected from real diamonds. WblteTopnz is the stone you have road so mucb about. Theone that bus fooled the pawnbrokers. Place : hciu side by side wltb genuine diamonds and no one can tell thedlneroitco. We bave sohl thousands of these stones nt Crom oua to I en dollars, but in ordertotiitrodu.ee them quick? ly as well as to Und out tUo advertising medium best suited tootir business, we uiaUe this SiSANTIG OFFER. Wo will send von ;t beautiful, brilliant, pcuuluo White Tnpaz,whlch can be mount? ed In a l ine, scarf or uecktlopin, stud,cuff butt >ns, locket or pair enrrincs, like any article la tills border on receipt ol. These stones are exactly the same as those wo have...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 September 1897

THE YOUNG IDEA. It Wim NobpIummI nt First, but Soou Itoie to Clio Kiti< ruenoy. Superintendent of schools ho was in n western town. Fully equal to tout exalted post ho was, perhaps nioro thau equal. His awo inspiring gravity indicated a learning that was on par with any college senior in timo of commencement. Tbnt morn? ing ho hud chosen n class in tho primary grade to visit. As ho entered tho school room tho teacher rose hurriedly with the customary embarrassment, and us shi) shook Iiis baud liwnrm blush climb? ed to tho roots of her hair. After tuk iug a chair beside tho teacher's desk his piercing eyes bravely swept the hushed room so tilled with littlo men and wom? en. The class was reading tho story of a littlo runaway dog that bad fallen over u cliff to a cruol death. At the close of the sad talo ho said: "I would liko to ask this littlo girl iu tho front seat a question. Will you stund, my littlo girl?" She was a beautiful littlo thing with long golden curls and ey...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 September 1897

Coming and Going. Miss Mftrv Living.ler und Miss Bessie Triggs, ol Martlnsville, passed thromrh the city yesterday enrouto to Lynchburg t" attend school. Mrs. Hives Hoffman, of Mohtvale, was in the city yesterday. Mrs. .1. B. Obonchaln, of Montvnle, is seriously ill, the result of being kicked by a b^rsu on last Saturday. W. J. Baldwin returned yesterday froin a business trip tD Pulaskl. Miss Daisie Carner, ol Lynchburg, and Misses Kate and Bessie Ltnkous, of Christiansburg, are guests of Capt. and Mrs. Wm. L. Williamson at Idle wilde, near Uoanoke. Rev. B. 3. Highly, of Trappe, Md.,who has been spending tlrs week with Capt. Wm. L. WHBamsou, returned home yes? terday. Mrs. W. P. Monday aud child left yes? terday 10 visit friends in Buchanan. Blnefield Telegraph: ioe 11. Preston and S. V. Xiniuger, of Hoanoke, are in the city ? visiting relatives. They came through on their wheels in one day.? Miss Stella Stras, of Koanole, who has been spending several weeks at Mountain Lake, passed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 September 1897

VOL. XVIII, JNO. GET A AND ENJOY LIFE. Prices, $5 to $15. BOOKLET FREE. RQANQKE CYCLE GO 108 Salem Avenue. t SPOONS and * % SILVER NOVELTIES. \ ~ ? ' \ Taken nice durable ami lasting \ souvenir of Hounokc lmck wltn J J you. A large an I unique stock to r F select from, of Sterling Silver Sou 9 9 vonlr Spoousand Novelties. $ 1 _ * $ EDWARDS. GREEN S A ntnniiriictiirliiK Jeweler. :m>l <2 (p (ir.iiloiite Optician. p t 6 SALEM AVE. ? c? - # 4 Open Evenings This Week Only. 9 f \ TO SCH0?IRS! We have a full supply of all In ?oks used iu the Virginia (ibllegc, High School and Pub lie Schools. < >ur prices arc as low a< the lowest. Copy Books and Old I >o minion Tablets. THE FISH3URN 00., No. 10 Cnmphell Avenue w. \BARGA1NS./ One slightly used uprighl piano, full size, good as new; sold one year ago for ?350; now* $225 on <-asy payments ( hie good second-hand Knabe Square Piano. $50.00?easy payments. Good, slightly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 September 1897

THE TIMES. BVBRY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. ?J.W. TBRM8 BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 8.00 M ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 ..,?,.,., ( llunlnciin OlMco.143 rao?B?.|K(lltorll(1Koom,. 15J4 Interstate PhoooH?Same numbers for tho Maine loOllttollH. SEPTEMBER. S M T 5 6 12 18 10 20 20 27 28 29 30 Gea. Loagstreet is goimr ti> ?ake oflice anil a young wife. This is rather a frisky performance for an old gentleman. The Cubans are said to be surrounded l>y Weyler's niiny, but as they were said to be suppressed over a year ,mo there is probably no cause for alarm. Spain is going to send 27,000 additional troops to Cuba. Whatfoi? Why merely to emphasize the Spanish thecry that the war down there is practically over. If Mr. Tillman possesses the least no? tion of the proprieties of the occasion lie will at'ouce proceed to South...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 September 1897

Is a deep-seated blood disease which all the mineral mixtures in the world cannot cure. s.S.S. (guaranteedpurely vegetable ) is a real blood remedy for blood diseases and has no equal. Mrs. V.T. uuck.ofDclaucy.Arfc., had Scrofula for twentv-uve years and most of the time was uiidcr the care of the doctors who could not relieve her. A specialist r. aid he could cure her, but he filled her with arsenic and potash which almost ruined her constitution. She then tool: nearly .... every so-called blood medicine and drank y\ them by the wholesale, gSbutllicy did not reach 'f t\\<zx trouble. Some jfijfi' one advised her lo try S.S.S. and she very soon found that she bad a real blood remedy at last. She says: "After tak? ing one dozen bottles of S.S.S. I am perfectly well, my skin is clear and healthy and I would, not be in my former condition for two thousand dollars. Instead of drying up the poison in my system, like -the potash and arsenic, S.S.S. drove the disease out through ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 September 1897

SALEM EDWARD JETER, REPORTER. The Pentacostal nvectlng'still continues with powerful sermons, sweet nusic ami ntnuy conversions and snnctilications. On Wednesday night Rev. ;j. H. Smith preached the grandest serrmou of the aeries* from the te>t, Psalms 51-7: ?'Purge me with hysop and I shall be clean. Wash me and I shall be whiter than suow. 1 He also preached again yesterday morning from the text, First Cor., 14-1: "Follow after charity and de? sire spiritual gifts, but rather, that ye may prophesr." In the afternoon Rev. Perry R. Nugent, of Richmond, preached n beautiful sermon on "The LGift of the Holy Ghost." Very large crowds attend the night meetings, probably'ns many as 1,000 each night. Mr. Smith seems to grow in popularity,as ho seems to have a laudable character, with ueyer a word to hurt tne feelings of the most sensitive, nor a rough word to rutile the feelings of the most aesthetic. Irvin Moon, of Richmond,* is visiting his father and brother at their home to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 September 1897

Reliable Advertisers of Facts, Store News This Week, TWELVE DESIRABLE LOTS TO BE SOLD THIS WEEK. Lot 1. Js located in the Domestic Department and consists of about 8,000 yards of Apron Checked Ginghams at 5c. Lot 2. Contains 10 dozen 45-inch ready-macle Pillow Slips, to be sold at L2?c. Lot 3. Is sub-divided into two lots, and consists of Shirt Waists. All our 05c. and 35e. Shirt Waists to sold at 15c. eAll our $1.50 and $1.75 Waists arc to be sold at 7.r)c. Lot 4. (lontains 1.00 dozen Ladies' Ribbed Vests, which we will sell at fx-.. Sc. and 10c Lot 5. Consists of *jo pieces of Im? ported Serge, in black and col? ors, all wool, at 25c. Lot 6. Contains l() pieces of Black Figured Mohairs. 40 in. wide, and only 50c. Lot 7. Consists of 5 pieces of All Wool Black Imported Serge, very fine twill and 50 in. wide, only 50c. Lot 8. Is situated in our Silk De? partment and consists of beau? tiful Plaids, just the thing for the coming fall ; worth ?1.50 ; we only a>k $ 1. Lot 9 Is...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 September 1897

This is the head a Pearline woman. "There arc ithers." And if the others don't look cheerful, it's no wonder. You've got to work hard, if you do your washing and cleaning with soap, and you've got to work a long^ time ove r it. and you're wearing things out with your rubbing. Pearline makes the work easy and quick ; saves rubbing. The wonder is that any woman who lias to do soap's hard work can look pleasant. Still, some of them do, in spite of it. &U Millions N0&Pearline Wehave demonstrated,experts admit, ami every one is convinced thatGeuutne White Topaz cauuot be detected froin real diamonds. WhlteTopax is the ttimv you have rend so utuchnbout. The one that bus fooled the pawnbrokers. Place them side by aide With Kenulue diamonds ami no one ran tell thediilernuce. Wo have sold thousands of these stones at from one to ten dollars, lint in order to int roduee tbeill quick? ly-as well an to Und out the advortislns medium best soiled to our business, we make t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 September 1897

A One-Sided Conversation: I AKE n look through our establishment? Certainly, in it few moments." I "Yes, wo occupy tho whole building?threo stories, flfty-tjfo und a b*n by ninety feet Nearly fifteen thousand squuro feet of ll<><"r space. All of our largest and finest presses nro on this floor. This fne is tili' I u-t iiddlti ?, I unuts a fle et 'J<)\42 at a maximum speed of 2.400 impression* au Ii u \ running f vilhnut perceptible jar or vibration, with a 'click ' that d >en one good to W-vn to. f A e doubt it" its equal, for its eluss of work, is in the Slate." "This is the pross wo uso for our llnest Illustrated Catalogue. School Annual, 1 ind other Book Work; prints a sheet 81x60. It is driven by a direct, individual - > dectric motor?no bidts or pulleys." I " These two are for Hailroad and Commercial Work, the largest our- heu??.' used j for copying-ink work almost exclusively. All of our p>es?u*s have...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 September 1897

Coming and Going. WE WERE DELAYED Jn getting our "Old Dominion'1 tablet* on ncount o( their being n special ruled tablet. We will have a fill' supply for the children by '?? o'clock this afternoon. Come direct to our place, as ycu can get them nowhere else to-day. All numbers of copy books in stock. TDK FISHBURNE CO. Mrs. E. C. Page, of Nel?on county, is in the city visitinu her daughter, Mrs. J. R. A vent aud Mis. W. M. Carr. E. II. Stewart and daughter, of Koan? oke, are at the Howard House in Wash? ington. Mr. Roberts, of the firm of C. E. Rob? erts .X.- Co., left yesterday for a week or ten tlays visit to Norfolk and other sea? ports. Miss Blanche Kille, of Radford, Va.. is visiting her uncle. A. L. Hille, at 1206 Patterson avenue. J. A. Riffe and daughter have returned to their home at Hinton, W. Va. W. G. Wright, of Lexington, was in the city yesterday. Eugene Matthews, of Glasgow, is a guest at the Ponce de Leon. Hon. A. A. Phlegar.or Christiansburg, was in the city yesterday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 September 1897

I VOL. XVIII, NO. AND ENJOY LIFE. Prices, $5 to $1 5. BOOKLET FREE. ROANOKE CYCLE GO , 108 Salem Avenue. SPOONS and SILVER NOVELTIES, $ c) Ov<?o c; c 0 ? rake i nice (liirnl)Ic and lasting \ J souvenir Itoauoke hack witn 2 you. A ! ir .'? an I unique stuck tu P v select from, ol Sterling silver Sou C* $ venir moonsutui Novelties. <i * _ * $ EDWARDS. GREEN t <fi MuiMllact urine .lewelor. ami <S ip Cr.idiotic Optician. fp J 5 SALEM AVE. 0 <> Open Evenings This Week Only. $ # $ We have a full supply of .-ill books used in the Virginia College, High School und Pub? lic Schools. < Kir prices tire :i> low as the lowest. Copy Books und < >ld !><> minion Tablets. THE FISH3URN CO., No. 10 Caniphell Avenue w. \ BARGAINS./*' i : I < >ne slightly used upright piano, full size, good as new; i sold one year ago for $350j now ??u easy ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 September 1897

THE TIMES. BVKItY MOKNINO, BXOBPT MONDAY. HOANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PKOI'KIETOKS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.W. TBKMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): OAILT, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.fl.fiO M SIX MONTHS. 3.00 14 ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONK YEAR. 1.00 nnnwr.ru. ) HUHlllOHH OttirO.14? rBWH. f Kaitorlal Kounm.124 Interstate Phones?Same iniiiibcm Tor the HHllie locution*. SEPTEMBER. S M T W T F S . 1 2 S 4 5 o i 8 0 10 11 12 18 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 2I1 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 .. .. There is talk "?f a compressed air t rust. At last the combines have discovered how to squeeze money out of the atmosphere. The reports are to the effect that we are to have au extraordinarily big oyster ctop this year. Another triumph for the Dlngley bill. The New York banker who purchased a gold brick made of copper can never li >pe to have much standing as a [financier un? less he sells the brick. That Palmer-Buckner single stau standard, trold Democratic convention hel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 September 1897

Heart Disease Cured. rllEN a well known minister aftei BUffl ring tor year- Wltll lie::rt dls ease, 'scared, it is nut surprising that lie slu.a Id publish Hie fact for tliu benefit of others. Uov. J. .1' Smith, ion Fulton St., Ualtlmorc, Mtl., writes: "For years I suffered from a severe form of heart disease. I used Dr. Miles'* Now HeartOuro, ?nid my beert is now la f.ood eon'iv:-,.; Recently, other a 111 Ic Hons cumo upon me. There was humming, painful suusalions On top and back of my head. I'M icon m'.n f^ffim^ UtOS re::. ? * gjp V'^t'j OBiiki t.!" tdmos Mllns1 >M "" "' v m,,,n <aflrtrui it r sensations in Sfi^dC?r^ ??>??>? ! ?; -' all the time. so thai ! could not sit still. Iii this cendi Reotoroa I begun taking Sti2L<tXJ"r- Miles' Ucstoratlvo Nervine and Its oiTcct was simply won derful. I le artllv commend your remedies." Dr. Miles' Itemedies ate sold hy all drug? gists under u positive guarantee, first hottlo butiufits o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 September 1897

DRAWING TO A CLOSE. Rev, Mr. Nugent's Bible Reading at the Pentacostal. Salem, Vs., "Sent. '10.?(Special)?The last of the Pentecostal series of .religious meetings will ho hehl here Sun? day in the Alabama street taberna? cle. On Thursday night the Rev. J. H. Smith preached on Paul and Silas and the couversiou of the Phll'ppian jailer. Yesterday moruiug the questio.i bo.N was opened and mauy questions answered by Mr. Smith, lu the afternoon a testimo? nial service, with short tulks, was held. For the benefit of those who are interested in th" subject of conversion and the be? stowal of the spirit, or Holy Ghost, we give below a synoposis of ajbeautlful ser? mon preached Thunday afternoon by the Rev. P. R. Nugeut, of Richmond. It is ?vorth readiug t>v both saint and sinner. Mr. Nugent spoke as follows: The following Hible reading is giveu to show that the gift of the Holy Ghost is something distiuct from remission of sins, or conversion. John 1:16-17. "He shall give you an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 September 1897

Reliable Advertisers of Facts. Store News Bis Week. TWELVE DESIRABLE LOTS TO BE SOLD THIS WEEK. Lot 1. Is located in the Domestic Department and consists of about 3,000 yards of Apron Checked Ginghams at 5c. Lot 2. Contain- 10 dozen 45-inch ready-made Pillow Slips, to he ?sold at 12Ac. Lot 3. Is sub-divided 'into two lots, and consists of Shirt Waists. All our *J5i'. and 35c. Shirt Waists to he sold at 1 fx-. All our $1.50 ami $ 1.75 Waists are to lie sold at 75c, Lot i Contains 100 dozen Ladies* Ribbed Vests, which We will sell at ?c. Sc. and LOc. Lilt 5, Consists of 20 pieces of Im? ported Serge, in black and col? ors, all wool. a1 25c. Lot 6. Contains 1() pieces of Black Figured Mohairs, 46 in. wide, and only 50c. Lot 7. Consists of 5 pieces of All \Vool Black Imported Serge, very line twill and 50 in. wide, only 50c. Lot 8. Is situated in our Silk De? partment and consists of beau? tiful Plaids, just the thing for the coming fall; worth $1.50; we only n>k ?L Lot 9 Is ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 September 1897

?5?1 Did you ever hear of a physician recommending fat pork as a diet ? of an epicure who enjoyed lard-soaked food ? of a chef who used lard in his most dainty dishes? is endorsed by physicians, epicures and eooking authorities for its healthfulness, delicacy and efficiency. The genuine Cottolcnc is sold everywhere in one to ten pound yellow tins, with our trade-marks?"Cot/o/enc" find steer's head in (otlon-plani xvreath?on every tin. Not guaranteed it cold i:i nny oilier way. Made ouly by Tim s. iw. i\mk:;- \rc compajky, Chicago. St. I.i uis. New York. Montreal. Wo have demonstrated, experts admit, ami every om> is con vi need that lien nine White Topaz cannot lie tie tec teil from rent diamonds. White Topaz is the stone you have rend so muchllbaut. Tliooiio that has fooled the pawnbrokers. Place i hem side by side with irenuino diamonds and no one van tell tlie illliereuco. We have sold thousands of these stones at from one to ten dollars, luu in order to Introduce them...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 September 1897

A One-Sided Conversation: I ~A.KE a look ihrough our establishment? Certainly, In a fow momenta." ?' Yea, wo occupy tho wholo building?three stories, llfiy-two mid a by ninety feet. Nearly fifteen thousand square feet <>f H'?'.r space. AH of our largest and llncst presses arc on this Hour. .This tue is ih?> 1 to-t additi i?, lainis it sli?>ot 20x42 at a maximum speed of 2,400 impressions an Is ii*, running ? yithout perceptible jar or vibration, with a 'click' that d'va one good to h.-o-n n>. A o doubt i:' its equal, for its class of work, is in the State." "This is the pn.Ss wo uso fur nur finest illustrated Catalogue, School Ait'iual. ind other Hook Work; prints a sheet 31x50. It is driven by a direct, individual -?lootric motor?no hilts or pulleys." "These two nie f..r Railroad and Commercial Work, the I unrest one heimr used for copying.! nk work almost exclusively. All of our pie-*.., ljHve nntyn i i !,!'"' inuehfnes which ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 September 1897

Coming and Going. Miss Marion Franklin, who has been visiting friend.* in Bristol for the last week or two returned home yesterday, Accompanied 1>V her cousin, Miss Scliue Harr sou. Dr. John Izard returned from Pearls b?rg yesterday,where he went to see the child of Mr. 11. K. Brunsford, in response to a telegram. The Misses Edmunds who have been visiting Miss Nannie Head, left for Lynchburg yesterday. W. G. Baldwin and sister are in Wash ington for a visit of a few days. E. H. Pierce, of Christiansburg i> a guest at tho Ponce de Leon. Miss Sadie Morrow, of Mem phis,Teun., is a guest at the St. .lames Hotel. .1. 1). Dsvls, c.i llluefiehl, is in the city on business. Dr. U. N. Hewett and wife, of Eving ton, are registered at the Ponce de Leon. \V. II. Hemplo.nf Martinsville, is iu the city on business. Jas. F. Boone arrived In the city yes? terday trorn Dayton, O., on a visit to friends and relatives. T. P. Nowsoin, of Emp^ria, Va., is in the city on business. W...

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