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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 2 October 1903

? ? g t'f I THREE GREAT BIG | I BARGAINS I ~11 IN SIIGHTIT USEO UPRIGHT I PIANOS f 1 FULLY GUARANTEED FOR 1 I . vFIVE YEARS. > ^ | Mutt bt told at once. Ex-. ? M tromsly easy payments and no ? _ I notes to sign. Call or write at ? I once. Factory branch House. ? | Roanoke Music Co. 1 | C. T. Jennings, Mgr. | fi * 22 Saltan Av?. W. ? , NEVER TOO LATE TO DO GOOD. "Hello. Qnorge."-, "Howdy do. Heh'ry?" "Say. George, did you hear about Jim Foreman's misfortune?" . "No. What about it?" "He fell off a ladder and broke both legs." "He did?" "Yes. The doctor says he will have to amputate both limbs." . "Poor fellow. What will his family do new?" "1 don't know, Qeoi-ge.?1 paw Turner. the Maceabee deputy, talking to him last ween. ana ae.was trying 10 get him to take out a $3,000 policy In the Maccabees. but be said he would wait awhile." ',v. "Well, what Rood wculd a $3,000 policy do him in his case? He is not d^ad!" "No. he is not dead; but he is totally disabled^ and if he had t...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 2 October 1903

little Firs P' Th^it offeis 08 within 33 |T Patterson 1 " K* " In the West to )>uild a ho that section, to sell, and e< HERE 13 YOU AG || . ^? FOI 2 Store Ro l| K room dw . 7 room dw We make a i See us before Buy: , Chas. M. 213 Jeff B ROANO I Insui I ; ~'1 We represent the dent Insurance Co business at the lc us for rates before Our fire com - ness in Roanoke f K . has paid $126,2< zation. B: Chas.M mt; ' 213 J 1 ROAIMO . v , :' i. * ' i re, ?f < j* ,?v. V '? a '-* "' - -' it Man man or Child ? * 1-3 per cent. of its value for the beat Ive. Lot End will Get it. The owner bought me, because it was the prettiest lot in but for reasons satisfactory to his e has decided not to do so and wants ell ?juick. R OPPORTUNITY. IT QUICK. => RENT m mU * : oma on Salem Ave. elling in n. w. *11.00. elling in e. w. *25.00 per month. specialty of select properties. \ng. - 1 . Armes & Co. \ ?erson Street S. W. KE, VIRGINIA. i *ance n ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 2 October 1903

BRUIN DOESN'T KNOW WHICH ONE THE INDIAN. CAN In yesterday's puzzle, by U9in? the u isfOUnd to the right, between the tree am I Autumn ft ?FOR N Wi We have linlHhec _ of hautiug ai Clothing, Haberd H For > on this Fall ai The 8tozk has arrived and every suit and overcoat represt value but each has special feal particularly to men who know appreciate values. We call great variety of choice fabrics coats that we sell at $13.50, $i; liniiPiav irinn AlnntAnrlUnlv 102 SALEM AVENUE. ONE PRICE CL0THIER8. FU INTERSTATE PH k Rmbbhbbhhbsbsbhhhb GUNS Before making a that yon inspect oi Remington ar alnrays .please: 0 and Kemingtoo Si all. A full line Shell Belts "Everything for t Nelson Hai 'The Le Convenience, Clea . Brilli3.n1 The Electric Light is doubt at all about if s being th fumbling in the dark for match turn the key, it's dark.. Simpl ' FORESTU Wiring Yo r PUZZLE 3 iw \ ^y\y rA^^BW'^JT^ TO EAT FIRST. THE TRAPPER OR [ YOU SEE THEM? pper right corner as base, tne urotnor tl t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 2 October 1903

|| ? T3 BRING THE SHIRT here entail* uo more work than tak ?' In*'It elsewhere, but the reeults an eetlrsly different The laundering wll m be perfect and manj trip* to our tul will not mm th* fabric*.?At tba Radford Steam Laundry ? f things are ,'leansed as they arc a home. but by experienced worken |'r? who tare tvcry modern convenient at hand. But you needn't bring the thing! here. We'll send for them. | Corby's Mother's I -Bread FOR SALE BY I-?HUNTER & CO IF ' Cor. Salem ira and Commerce 8L j boys7^^? are of UNTOLD VALUE TO THEM especially during the SCHOOL AGE while preparing for the duties of aftei W- Hfe?TImm It la YOUR DU'I Y to A3' SIST TH'EXi. which you can do bj havln* their EYES PROPERLY PRO TBCTED with cur HEADACHE RE f LIEVINO GLASSES. Bring the llttlt Mfc- on? In'and CONSULT?? m- DR. MOORE, Eye Specialist, 20'A Calem Are. (1st floor) ROANOKE. VA.) Hours: 10 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Special BP>'; hours hy appointment. h ? - ? DOING A RUSHING BUSINESS. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 October 1903

^ lIT b^^B ^B/y W*?W? -i^BL'-^^B^B^ ^B^^BF*l i~ - wr^t B^B ^fl' - ^B ? .' ^y|H -.. '* Wm ' B^B ^^^ < Bf B'^^^BT^Tr^B .. B VOL.7, NO. 140. _ ROANOKE, VA., SATUKDAY EVENING OCTOBER 3, 1903. PRICE^ONE CENT J i ,*~ - - - i ? --" i ? ? ROBBERS UPSTF Selected Unlighted Locality _ i IN NEW YORK Kotorman Clung to His Post Until Car Was Rushed Through to Police Protec9 tion- Policemen Beaten. y * * Into Insensibility. . Three Captured. \ _______ New York, Oct. 3.?Five masked desKradoes. armed with revolvers and nlvea held ii|> an Ktghth-avenno car n true western style this morning, at ne. Hundred, and Fifty-eighth otreet, uat across from the famous polo rounds. The robbers made the attack with real, swiftness and craft. They aescted a point where the lights would out on tne cant. Isiey failed to secure any booty beauae, though stabbed through the and, the motorman clung to his poet, rhlle fighting them, tin-til he rushed ? car through to where polk-e profction could be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 October 1903

Bp. * I ? TILLMAN MADE p MANV THREATS Told Newspaper Man He Expected to Shoot Gonzales Down Like a Mad Do?. Ijoxlnptcn. S. V.. Oct. -'.?A vast , amount.of testimony was taken today In the trial of J. H. Tillman, nearly twenty witnesses ha\ ing Ixxmi on the atan?l, some of whom were subjected to lengthy examinations. In. addition to this the reading of the editorials in ^ tv.o sata'ft slate C; . has progressed rapidly toward the conclusion of Its side of the case. The first witnesses called today ?tr? among those who tvere in the office of The State when Mr. Gonzales was car-' ried there after iue shooting. I.. G. . .Wood, Jr . of this number, testified that he fould no weapons In the ovprcoat Mr. Gonzales was wearing. 1 >r W. J. Murray stated thaF Mr. Gonzales said to him in The State office that he was fatally shot. The doctor opened Mr. Q|cnza!e?' clothes and saw no weapons, bin on eross-exajninatiou said he did not examine the pockets. C. J. Tert-ell, the editor of a n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 October 1903

- NOTICE Our Window as You Pass By . A<rt ?I It will coavlnce you that we carry a complete line or TOILET REQUISITES needed In everday Itfe. Take a minutes' time and ccme In our store. We will take the greatest pleasure 1n showing you any article you may wish. Sick Room Comforts, Hot Water Bcttles, ..tomlzers, and all the various appliances whlcu add so much to the - comfort of the sufferer and aid In his care. Everything for the toilet. Fancy Perfume*. Soaps. Pomades. Face Powder, Face and Hand Lotions, Tooth Washes. Toorh Brushes, Hand Mirrors, ??'" Ilnmhna ?nil Opm |)S. All best quality and lowest prices. 1. A L. Raicr. the best raror made. We guarantee each one. and will re"! fund the money for any raror bought at our store that Is not satisfactory. Rafor Straps, 25c to $1.00. Shaving Mugs. Brushes and Soaps. I'se Violet Witch Haxel after shaving; full pint bottles. 25c. Shaving Mug. Shaving Brush and one cake Shaving Soap for 25c. Dojp't fail i . to get it. CALL AT M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 October 1903

File EybbIm lews ROANOKB, VA. fnMlahed ertry day except Sunday. rmt ROANOKE NEWS COMPANY. Br- WATga nAIT.YOne year.......?? $3.00 ... Six months 1.50 S *ri * Three months 75 One month 25 One copy 01 F BOTH PHONES tdtfneM Office...# 113 dttortai Rooms.t *. 124 Delirered by carriers in all parts of the city. Baort, newsy ietters from correspond ?nis are solicited; out do attention w.ti 1m riven to anonymous oommunlcar aons. Every article of whatsoever fcind that is not accompanied by the ! name of a responsible persons (not necessarily for publication) will be de- , f WEATHER REPORT. For Virginia: Fair Saturday and *t.n j day; light norihwtut wind . TWO INTERESTING COM Ml" NIC A' TIONS. On this ;age of The News today are i printed "U" '-tr^nyicTTi s heai ing-oiw n the re-enumeration of the city's population, a'd reapjwrtionnient of council representation as Iwur'd thereon. "Citizen.'' in his communication, show.* that If the lately registered vote in each >. ward can be acc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 October 1903

I 'I 1 THREE GREAT BIG | 1 BARGAINS | ~?| III siitHtirira molt | PI AN OS 1 ? FULLY GUARANTEED FOR | .. 1 , FIVE YEARS. | I Must bo sold at once. Ex- ? ]9 tremely easy payments and no ? e notes to sign, call or write at ? -jS once. Factory branch House. ? rRuantike Musiu Cu. i :[ C. T. Jennings, Mgr. < * 22 SalMi A*#. W. S , t > "" NRVER TDO LATE TO IK) GOOD. "Hello. George." "Jlowdy do. Henry?"' "Say. George. did von hear abo'.st Jim Foreman's rr.sfortune?" "No Wh.v ni>out it?" "He fell "o?5 a ladder and brohe both legs." "He did"?" "Yes. Th? doetor says he will have to amputate both limb*'." "Poor fellow. What will his family ."I don't know. Geirgc. I saw Turner. *- tirr?.Vlai i a!wr deputy. talking to him last week, and he was trying to get him to take out a $3,000 policy in the Maccabees, but he said he would wait awhile." " Well, wha* good weuld a $3,000 policy do hint In his case? He Is not d ?ad'" "No. he is not dead; but he is totally disable...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 October 1903

I The First t-- Won |ft' That offeie na within 33 1-3 1 Patterson Av l||:, In the West Ktid to build a home, v -h *. that pecjion. bid best girl',_*He has ? to sell, and eel 1 HERE IB YOUR < |[ ACT |r FOR 2 Store Rooms Hr, room dwelliDj 7 room dwellinj Wc make a spec See us before Buying* . #*? H' I Chas. M. A B. ? . _ M . 213 Jefferso I' Insure Tl " I F +M We represent the mo: j dent Insurance Compa | business at the lowes I us for rates before pla< Our fire compan I # ness in Roanoke for if has paid $126,266,4 zation. | Chas. M. / 213 Jeffer Man inn or Child percent, of its value for the best e. Lot will Bet it. The owner bought because it was the prettiest lot in for reasons satisfactory to his \ decided not to do so and wants nick. OPPORTUNITY. QUICK. RENT. on Salem Ave. g in n. w. *11.00. g in s. ,w. *25.00 per mouth. :ialty of select properties. ? ? irmes & Co. n Street S. W. I, VIRGINIA. ince ia/b nsures I ??? st reliable Fire and 'Acci. _ J ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 October 1903

OUR DMV fii^^ r FIND THE LADY S In yesterday's puzzle, by using the u Is found between Bruin and the trees. Jiase. I he IttdJiin IS rcuntl III ,tU> left oor f Autumn A FOR A We have finishes .of hunting a ~~ Clothing, Haberd For you this Fall a The stock has arrived and every suit and overcoat repres value but each has special fea particularly to men who know appreciate values. We call great vaiiety of choice fabrics , -i coats that we sell at $13.50, $l . AIRHEARTKIRK 102 SALEM AVENUE. ONE PRICE CLOTHIERS. Ft . INTERSTATE PI GUNS \juno ? ? ?Before making a that yon inspect o Remington ai always please. C and Remington Si all. A fnll line ? ? Shell Belts <fcc. "Everything for y 1 Nelson Hai The Ia Convenience, Clea r - : Brillian k. * * '> *' The Electric Llrht is doubt at all about it's being tt fumbling in the dark for match tarn the key, it's dark. Slmpl v. ???? FORES Til Wiring Yo - ' SE W.E.WOL . Wo. 104 r.mpwil An irpuzzle 1 TWO SUITORS. pper r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 3 October 1903

Mri entail* do more work than takjfac" III It eleewlieie. hut the raault* are wttnlj different. Tie laundering will K be perfect and many tripe to our tub \ will not rata the fabric*. At tbe Radford Steam Laundry thinn are cleansed at ther are at home, but by experienced worker* j Who have every moderu convenience hf at hand. ' * But you needn't bring the things here. We'll eeud for them. t Corby's Mother's ?; Bread FOR SALE BY ^?Hunter & co~ Cor. Salem ava and Commerce St. [faded can often be made BRIGHT and BEAUTIFUL again and HOST VISION RESTORED to a normal condition, if you r have your eyes SCIENTIFICALLY EX: .AMINEI) and fitted with the RIGHT KIND OF GLASSES (OUR KIND). twitfore'It ia TOO LATE. V< ur child s , : eyes should bave ATTENTION AT a ONCE "before they are RUINED by close application in achool. SAVE I them TODAY. TOMORROW may !? ? TOO LATE. CONSULT DR. MOORE, Eye Specialist, 20*4 Calem Ave. (1st floor) ROANOKE, VA.) e Rnnrt- IA . m tn 1-IA n m 9...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 October 1903

" ; "i?~1~'" ' <;!f' " ^i - j| ^ ^ ^ "i " , *" HP* ^ . ^,"T -~ VOL. 7^-JfO. 141. - ROANOKE- VA., MONDAY EYEING OCTOBER 5, 1903. PRICE?ONE CENT ?111 DOG BACON EXECUTED Protested Innocence When on tbe Scaffold NECK BROKEN BY FALL *? * Boydton. Va.. Oct. 5.?Doc Bacon was hanged here Saturday. The trap was sprung ac 12:35 p. rn. He protested his innocence to tne DDT When brought upon the scaffold, turning to those In the Jail yard, he told them that he knew he was In the face cf death, and standing as he was on the death trap, thait it was but natural that he should tall the truth. He then most solemnly declared that he was as innocent as It was possible to be. " He said be lhad no ill will towards the Chase City people, and that he ^srooltl soon he happy, as he was going home. 1 Some day. he said, the guilty man would be known. Bacon had several cclored ministers with him. The body was allowed to hang about twenty-flve mtnntts, .when &r Hamlltun pronounced lire e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 October 1903

I SIXTEEN LIVES f ?ARF SNUFFED OCT Explosion of a Tremendous Copper Tube Kills seven at Peoria, 111. Peoria, 111., Oct. 3.?With a terrific crash, Ccniing's distillery, .at the foot of Easton avenue, rocked and swayed thla uiomlng, and one large section P ' of the flve-9.ory odlldlug iuse Imu tlr.1 Out of the flying debris shot a huge copper cycllnder, twenty feet In length Bp&L and eight feet In diameter. The explosion of this tremendous tube of copper caused the death of seven men. and the serious Injury of five more. Every man who was in the building at the time of the explosion was in- ] atantly killed, the injured being men who were on the outside. The fellow- I log is a list of the killed-and injured: Bfc The dead: , JAMES M'MANUS. cooker man. CHARLES . POWELLS, assistant engineer In cooker room. JAMES O'KEEFE, laborer, f: ED. SCHAEFKER. water boy. GEORGE C. GEORGE, meal man. GUY BRENNAN. yeast maker. P; JOHN" WILSON. United States store- j Bv k?par. T? The injured:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 October 1903

"NOTICE r t u u . n: : Our Window as Yon Pass By It will ooartaee you that we carry a complete line of .. X TOILET t REQUISITES needed to evercWyntf*.' Take a mtoMtea* time and crme In our atore. We will take the areateat pleaaure In ahowlng you any article you may wlah. Sick Room Comforte, Hot Water Bcttlea, ..tomlxera, and all the various appliance! whlcn add so much to the comfort of the sufferer and aid In hla c*r*. Everything for the toilet. Fancy Perfume?. Soaps, PcniaJou. Face Pow?Her. Faee and Ham! lotions. Tooth. Waxhos, Tooth Brushes. Hand Mirrors, 1TBI' T1 1 i 1 r^mlm All beat quality and lowest price?. A. 4k L. Haacr. the beet rasor made. We guarantee eaeh one, and will refund the money for any raror bought at our atore that, la not satisfactory. Rasor Straps, 26c to 9100. Shaving Mugs. Brushes and Soaps. Use Violet Witch Hasel after shaving; full pint bottles. 25c. Shaving Mug. 8havlng Brush and one' cake Shaving Soap for iuc^Don't fall to get It. CALL AT McGee's Pharma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 October 1903

Tjrmui ins. loiifoa VAi J?. WIHihil wry jy except 8udty. J? ROANOKE NEWS COMPANY, i " * BATES DAILY: e?? .........j............. bw atzmonths tar Three month* .75 PIT. . One month 25 tO?e copy 01 '* ' BOTH PHONES r tftuinee* Office 141 Mltofrtnl Room*....,.......... . 114 Detlrored by carriers in all part* of |*V the city. ?? Siiuri. uewsy letters from corthepond ti are solicited; hut nolKleation will w ?IVCU IV AUUU/ UiVUO WUIUiUUIVASons. Every article of whatsoever kind (hat Is not accompanied by the name of a responsible persons (not .. . . ttaot?rlly for publication) will be da atroyed. WEATHER REPORT. For Virginia?Fair tonight; Tuesday ? cloudy, followed by showers; easterly winds. FOOTBALL. And now, for two ruonths,-football is' to be given commanding place In public # attention Each year this sport appears to be growing In public favor, and the college youth who excels therein is becoming more and mere the much worshipped hero of college life. All this despite the opposition ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 October 1903

> B. v V * ' ? A| ^|fKl ?(iMQEmmK* * ^\ngBBLi ~T Evenly Balanced i ^ Just as aaay to buy a nict Wano or Organ rvr juw uvtnv u iu ?pwiu fwiii money in nonssnM. Wo can Mil you a Fino Piano for only 20c. per day, or an Organ for 10c. per day, and no notos to sign -? think it ovsr;' not our prices: investigate our methods. FACTORY BRANCH HOUSE. : Roanoke Music Co* C. T. Jennings, Mgr. 22 Salem Ave. NEVER TOO LATE TO DO qOOD. "Hello. George." -ttoirdy do. Henry?" " "*" "Say. George, did you hear al?out Jim Foreman's m.sfortune?" "No. What about It?" "He fell oil a ladder and broke both legs." "He did?" "Yea. The doctor mays he will have to amputate both limbs." "Poor fellow. What will his family ' <lo new?" j "I don't know. George. I saw Turner. lite Mavcut'cc deputy, talking iu liltn last week, and he was trying to get lilm to take out a IS.000 policy In the Maccabees, but he said he would wait at while.' "Well."what good wculd a S3.000 policy do him !u his rase?-H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 October 1903

Pwoi If insuri B We represent the m i dent Insurance Com{ | business at the low K us for rates before pi 1, Our fire compa. |/ ness in Roanoke for E has paid $126,266, zation. t Chas. M. | 213 Jeff 1 ' ROANOKI That offers as within 33 l i Kvj\. - > In the West En< to build a home, that section, but ~ ''best girl" he h to sell, and eell MERE 18 YOUR ACT m . FOR 1>V_ , 2 Store Room H room dweili B'.: 7 room dwelli We make a sp I See us before Buying I, Chas.M.i 213 Jeffen i|iu: ' ROANOK g= < 42*' % nnn ah TKiLJ nail ui mm ) per cent, of its value for the best rertot i will Get it. The owner bought , because it was the prettiest lot in ; for reasons satisfactory to his as decided not to do so and wants quick. OPPORTUNITY. QUICK. mmm a. mbh WfcWT. a on Salem Ave. ng in n. w. *11.00. ng in e. w. *25.00 per month. ecialty of select properties. L>* fVrmes & Co. >on Street S. W. E, VIRGINIA. ance fiat ensures i' ....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 October 1903

FIND THS FARMER AND HIS DOG WI THIEVE Id Saturday's puzzle, by using the rlgl the ladj'a miltuis nan be found to the left t base Che other la found to the left cf ct k ? ? I Autumn A] FORM We have finished of hunting an Clothing, I Haberdi , For you this Fail an The stock has arrived and i every suit and overcoat repreaei value but each has special feati particularly to men who know 1 appreciate values. We call ] greui variety OI COOlCe T&DriCS i I coats that we sell at $13.50, $15. 1 AIRHEARTKIRK 102 SALEM AVENUE. ONE PRICE) CLOTHIERS, FUR / " INTER8TATE PHC GUNS! GUNS, r*v7 Before making a e< thai yon inspect oui I Remington am always please. . Ou and Remington 8in all. A fall line < Shell Belts &c. "Everything for 4 Nelson Har The Lea , Convenience, Cleai I? ^ Erjflianc The Electric Lightish doubt at all about it's beina tbe fnmblina ii tbe dark for matches tarn tbe key, It's dark. Simple, . FORESTDL Wiring Yot , SEE W. E. WO LI P^jZZ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 5 October 1903

E TO BRING THE SHIRT > Mr* entails no mors work than taking It elsewhere, but the results are ' saure'y JlJu'tst?The Ivm-aerles will K he perfect and many trips to our tub win not rata the fabrics. At the ?. - MM J OA f J__. Iviuu an mc irouui^ Ui OUU3 Ul r IUUT SI A big stock of Earthen Jars and J GR[[> GUAR ANTEI Made as goo without reg Every pair to give Une vice and Sati ?sold o PETERS 14 East Cm NEAR CIT Bit I Desire . I I To Inform |r|The General,! HL-r. That I have opened a well .i k general family liquor store, and tomers and friends call. A we V Remember that I carry the 1 wines and liquors in Virginia, s Hp family and medical purposes P I prepay express on sll ordei | HARRY I WL XZCLUSIVTE FAMILY JUQUOR STC Kauiuru jicarn Lauiiuiy things are cleansed at they are at home, but by experienced workers who bare every modern convenience But you needn't bring; {he things hare- We'll send for them. || Corby's Mother's It Bread FOR* SALE BY I HU1MTER &...

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