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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 24 December 1889

THE STARLESS STRIPES. A REPORTER'S RAMBLE THROUGH A GEORGIA CONVICT CAMP. A Large Hrick Making Concern?How the Prisoner* Are Worked, Fed and Guard? ed ?Tlie Sweat Box for Disorderlies?Bet? ter Grub Than Many Were ?sed To. Nestled in the vale of the Chattahoo cbee is a village of something over 200 inhabitants. Of these. 1S5 are under the ban of the law, and. like tho Israelites of old, are making bricks for the mighty piles in the populous cities of the land* S From the mountains of WesVVirgirfia to "Tampa's desert strand" you may rind these bricks, and tho finger prints upon them are made by the clasp of the hands of felons. Wearied of tho common cussedness of the police station, the Nighthawk hied him away to this village by the river to 6pend an hour among the starless 6tripes of a Georgia convict camp. Capt. Woodruff, tho superintendent, was found, and showed tho visitor through the works. There are 185, about 10 per cent, whites, aud among the number of negroes, twenty-two wome...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 24 December 1889

LOCAL MATTERS. HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND THE CITY. ' GATHERED BY OUR REPORTER. The School ExhibJtiou-A Large Crowd In Attendance?A Complete Success?Several Cases Disposed of by tne Mayor. The exhibition given at the opera house last night by the First Ward school was an entire success, and re? flected great credit upon the scholars, the principal and his assistants. The pupils formed in line in (rout of the school building on Commerce street, and promptly at 7.15 o'clock started for the opera house, headed by the principal, Prof. W. M. Graybill. The line of march was down Com? merce street to Sal?m avenue to the opera house, and the children as they passed along the street presented a very pretty appearance. The seating capacity of the opera house was taxed to its utmost to accommodate the large crowd that had assembled to witness the exhibition, and quite a large sum was realized, with which money the school will be supplied ?vith maps, globes, etc. The program was well selected ami...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 25 December 1889

kok sale vp a BARG/.IN / The entire stock ''DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC., which has been reduced by the recent rost sale, will bo closed out to any one wishing a GOOD BUSINESS as well as a good stand at a LIBERAL DISCOUNT. "But wish, to say, until such arrange? ments are made, wo will continue to sell AT AND BELOW COST. We still have n< arly everything desired. All wool silk wraps, 3S-mch beuriettas *o'd for $1. at 7? cts; a!! wool silk tpisb, 46-inch heuriettas, sold for $1. sold at 75 cts.: all wool 46-inch henrietta. sold for 85 cts. now ?2J cts. all wool 38-inch beuriettas, sold for 50 cts. now 37* cts.; all wool 38-inch jj^bnriettas. soid u>r 37] cts. now 2-3 cts. We have a fuli lire of plush wr:^.-, modjesk is. uewmar^ets. and jackets, %nd We can ?ave you the profits ojher j ouses are making. IN STAPLE GOODS WE HAVE Fruit of the loom, bleach, ?i cts. Lou?drde, bleach, Si cts. Lonsdalc, cambric. lo} cts. Wamoift^utia. bleach, 11 c:s. New York mills, 11 cts. Pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 25 December 1889

THE ROANOKE TIMES, (DAILY AND WEEKLY) An independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political interests of Roanoke and Southwest Virginia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily, one year. 56.00 Daily, six months. 3.00 Daily, three months. 1.30 Oaiiv, one month. 50 V'ce'kly. . 1.00 Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv? ery* fifteen cents a week, fifty cents a mouth, ud six dollars a year. Advertising rates furnished on applies* on at the office. For marriage and death notices, of ordi nary length, 50 cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No attention given to anonymous corn- ! spondence, and rejectod communications not returned by mail unless postage i9 seut for that purpose. Every other day insertions will be charged the same as every day insertions, less 20 per cent.; twice a week, 40 per cent.; one* a week, 50 par cent. Letters containing important news solic? ited. Contracts for advertising apply only to the regular busniess of adve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 25 December 1889

A GLIMPSE OF WYOMING. THE STORY OF JIM BRIDGER AND j THE FORT HE ESTABLISHED. A Description of the Bad Lands and Some of Their Curious Fossil Remains and Arehteolocloal Trensures ? Looks Like Some Rnlncd City or the Gods. Many years n;;o?way back in the forties, in fact?old Gen. Ashley, ac? companied by the well known trapper and mountaineer, Jim Bridger, turned Jwest from the Sheetskadee, or Green river. After following one of its nunier jous tributaries, called Henry'3 Fork, for the distance of about thirty miles, they changed their course and proceeded due north, to find themselves one day upon khe ridge of steep bluffs overlooking the Valleys of Smith's and Black's Forks, and upon the latter stream they decided to establish a trading post. Gen. Ashley was supposed to have been at that time in the employ of the American Fur com? pany, and for some reason or other soon retraced his steps eastward, leaving Jim Bridger in possession of the valley that now bears his name. Jim, with a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 25 December 1889

LOCAL MATTERS Happenings in and around the city. GATHERED BY 0?R RSF Continuation of Ronnoke 1raac sonal Points?Sllraenloiis Escn; from Death?Mayor* <e<?;-; idnrrinecN. [Continued from nrst page] and Harber & Co, Dupuv ro, Neal, Featherstone & "V Chapman, Gray & Bosw< 11. T & Airhart, .1 R Hockaday a Wingliehl. All of these firm able and can sell you houses at any price you waut. If you want your house on the Roanoke Gas Co, or Electric Light Co, If j call on Roanoke Water C want to move, you had I Roanoke Transfer Co. If) printing of any description, Hammond's Printing W >rks. ! Printing and Manufacturin ; Co. W Brennaman ami Lookabill S S If you want to feel at home, the Hotel Roanoke. City 11 Hotel and Hotel Felix. In tin ' can find everything firs! -class. 1 i > want anything in the meai ... table line, go to the city market, is well supplied with the very best r. the men that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 26 December 1889

s ! THE LEADING PAPER AXP t 3 BEST a?r?KTisrxY? medium -IN i SOUTHWEST VIIMHXIA. i, a na est einer e atios"| OV A .. PAPER this section Or the state. VOL VI *? NO. 22, UOANOKK. VIRGINIA, THURSDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 26, I -j I \ E CEKTS SffillG ODWILL FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN. The entire stock dry GOOdS, notions, etc., | which has been reduced by the recent ?ost sale, will !>i> closed out to any one w isliiug a GOOD BUSINESS as well as a good stand a LIBERAL DISCOUNT, '?Tii wish ro:s;i\\ nutil >ni h arraup'-J tutruts are ttu?ie. \\?' will AT AM* Bhi.OWCGVf.j We fetill have nearly everything desired. \.il wool silk wraps, 3S- i v: uenriettns 3 ->i.i:'.>r $1. iii 7,*? c.ts; nV. wool silk ' :i ? . 31. heurietta. sold ?? r S5 eis. now 624 uts.. ail wool 3S-inch heuricttas, sohl For 50.CIS. uuw 374 cts.; all wooi 38-uicli Henriettas, sold tor 372 eis. uow 25cts. is cm lKs Wc have :*. full line ol plush wraps, modjeska?, newuiarke.ts, and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 26 December 1889

ffl^DAyOKB'1, Jg ; m?ior one for years1; and where no n-.au ? I has been more prominent in legislation. '? (DA'.LT A SD WEEKLY) , T ? : An independent Democratic pap-er ^ S?rJUf l J* ' ;s *}mr* ""!????! Virgici srjjjscsir noN e \ te Daily, one year. Daily, sis month,.'. Dai-y, three months Daily, one - ,?fectUy. ^ -OJi luuepenueitt -i^moeratic vapor ,. , -'J :..derotedto the material ami political 1,50 ?rprcceh ('! ^:,ll!" ?"?y Hve .^interests of Roanoke and Southwest?several monI!-s ikmfee, it is "Virginia. . generally com ;d ? qu ? . of only ? ? ' ? short time. Whether one believes in a tariff for K revcnus 0T:1-V* , tariff levied with a 1,50 view of protect!:;:; the iudus trii ? of the one cannot but admire the! 50 1.00 c? sutry, PROFESSIONAL. Cr???C^t0c5ty ?????>??-???:??- chaw .r . .,' n- common ^\ery, fifteen cents a \v,..k, a;: ?>, nd six dollar-a v,,.-. ? disc of Mr. Rauda . . ?? onSeo^r''" ' : c'n '? ' rc:llcv-' from rub;:. ! I", . . rFor marriage and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 26 December 1889

a CA^LJ?S OP YC'JTH. i'Jown \ \:-JF:A Cat red ro^ b'.-shcs Ar*! BiXRi ; as ! I' ob Lag bere u id there; rjarid-tbe cteaa*. is ??! wind, it laughs, and push Overmy ror * -ad and through my hair. Life i i .1: '?' in? weight to bear; Youth Is bo: ?:eh h weary load; Wouldst thoa deprive inb of my share, Pc^tl:. that art lurking U own the road? :,!v steed Is fn ;h: tho trays are pleasant, lam not Ol: r ?v?cryyet The past ?od the present, Sot is thers much I need regret Wilr thou cot slumN r. and forget To ban ? rnUu so newly soweit, 0 I- an. and lou.^i:)::. and sharp set Deal i tli st art lurkio ; down the mad? Kay! I shall pray thee cot, lamenting : of r.io. and the sad of all. Ti ?; has; i ? soul fur i-.-srs. repenting Thy sweeping blade, whan mortals fall. At some i mo's turn 1".I hear the call. "Stand:" run! as gm .s 1 sl-all he mowed. Strike then: thou shalt not mo appall, -.. t!:at art lurking down the road: strike sure, it" strike it must be. What tuna ; tots it thy dues are oweg....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 26 December 1889

Tie Great Virginia Vegetable Alterative, Blood Purifier and Renovator of ik ? _ stem lias been used Successfully in the following Diseases, as Certificates will Attest: Dmpiaint,Jaundice and Bilious Derangements; In Mercurial Blood Poison, Scrofulous and Eruptive Diseases,*Costiveness, Indigestion, Flatulence, Periodical Sick Headache, and Female Complaints, ast ********* TESTIJ : Uff E ?. l_d SS s ************ Derar.^irr.crU of ihe Liver. Ricmroxr?, V.v., July, iSS?. This is to certifv that i have known : the ; ??.-<'? tiities of JOHNS OX'S VEGETABLE XOI.AXDIXK a-thep . . a ;?. rs. and daring that rce, at : ... rvals, h ive had occasion t-? it in and in my family, ami . c I it ?. sure cure forde mgem< .- t the liver and kidneys, iu . .. aduche, Sc., and a j;owd I.. C. DAVIS. So.; north l?i?ii street. Ii.icy ;':.:;cct!cno. QBIOW *s Station1, ] ... couxty, Va? > March 25, iSSj. J Dt .r men I abov, r,?-H f snfFerc 1 for year, red in of the kidneys, iht...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 27 December 1889

kor sale at a BARGAIN. The entire stock DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC., !s !'ieli 1ms been reduced by the recent cost sale, will be closed out to any one wishing a GOOD BUSINESS as well as a good stand at a LIBERAL DISCOUNT. But wish to say, until such arrange? ments are made, we will continue to sell AT AND BE LOW COST. We Still have nearly everything desired. Ail wool silk wraps, 3S-mch henriettas sdUI for $1. at 75 eis; all wool silk finish, 46-inch heuriettas, sold for $1. sold at 75 cts.; all wool 46-iuch Henrietta, sold for 85 cts. uow 62$ cts., all wool 38-inch heuriettas, sold for 50 cts. now 371 cts.; all wool 3S-inch henriettas. soid for 37} cts. now 25 cts. IN CLOAKS We have a lull liue of plush wraps, modjeskas, newmar'^ets, and jackets, ind we can *ave you the profits other ouses arc making. . INfcTAPLE GOODS WE II AVK Fruit of the loom, bleach, J>1 cts. Lonsdnle, bleach, 8$ cts. Loosdide, cambric, 1< 1 cts. WamcnAMilta, bleach, 11 cs. New York mills, 11...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 27 December 1889

THE BOANOKE TIMES (DAILY AND WEEKLY) An independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political 'interests of Roanoke aud Southwest Virginia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Daily .^ooe year. Sti.OO Daily, six months. 8.00 Dai.y, three months. 1.50 f)aitv, one month... 50 V'eekly. 1.00 Furnished to city subscribers, free deliv? ery, liftuen cents a week, tifty cents a month, nd six dollars ? year. Advertising rates furnished on upptina on at theo dice. For marriage and death notices, of ordi nary length, 50 cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must be paid for in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected communications nol returned by mail unless postage is sent ior that purpose. Every other day insertions will be charged the same as every day insertions, less 20 per cent.; twice a week, 40 percent.: once a week, 50 par cent. Letters containing important qows solic? ited. Contracts for advertising apply only to the regular busniess ot advert...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 27 December 1889

PECULIAR SWAUOVVERS: FEATS OF PEOPLE WITH ABNOR? MAL THROATS AND MOUTHS. Some of Tin-in Actually Eat I-anin Chim? neys. While Other* Swallow Swords, Notwithstanding the Sneers of (he Skep? tical und Unlultlated. "Of course, we all have heard of peo? ple- who thrust swords down their throats, swallow pebble stones and eat ^lass: but nobody believes that they really do these things." So writes one who evidently believes himself too sharp to be imposed upon by any of the ordinary or extraordinary arts of trickery. But there never was a greater mistake. There are many peo? ple who actually perform the feats enu? merated. They are to be seen in dime museums, side shows, and occasionally in bar rooms or on street corners. "TnE IRON THSOAT." The writer once had the pleasure of scraping the acquaintance of a sword swallower. He and a hairless horse con? stituted the attractions in a small tent that had been pitched on the outskirts of a county fair. He called himself "Fc retta, the Man with...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 27 December 1889

LOCAL MATTERS. HAPPENINGS IN AND AROUND THE CITY. GATHERED BY OUR REPORTER. A Xcgro Severely Cat on ?Ue H?-nd? His IiiHuUiiis Bolinvior to n Yoims Lady?River View Property? The Weil End. Gus Boiling, colored, was severely cut on the head at the Union depot yesterday afternoon. The particulars of the affair, so far as could be ascertained, are as foi lows: Shenandoah Valley passenger train No. 4 was standing on the main track, just before leaving time, when Boiling entered the flrst-elass car aud took a seat ou one of the benches oc? cupied by Miss Alice Berry. Some gentlemen standing near ordered the darkey to get up and leavp the car. which he, in the most insolent man? ner, refused to do, observing that In had a first-class ticket and intended to ride in the first-class coach. He hardly had time to say the a boxe,-beforQ-he" was struck on?bg4tead by a gla>?bot? tle anrl^gfgf?jjy ejected from the car The reporter was unable to learn lite names of the parries who struck B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 28 December 1889

kok sale at a The entire Stock DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC., achich ha? been rednci tl by the recent cost sale; will b>' closed out to anyone wishing a GOOD BUSINESS as well as :i good stand at a LIBERAL DISCOUNT. But wish to say, until such arrange uients are tnadei we will continue t?> sell A T AND BELOW COST. We Ai'i! have nearly ewer) thins? de?ired. Ail wool silk wraps. 3S-iui It heorictfcts > >!>] for 81, at 75 cts; dl wool silk aVtsh, 46-inch nehrTetl .-. sold lor 81, sold at 75 qt'a ; ' all v. ?1 4 - henrietta. s?!d for 85 cTs now ail wool 3S-ineh Leoriettas, S'dd 50 cts. u;?.v ,"71 et.< call wt ol 3S-in h henriettas. s<hd For 3?i cte> now 25 > u. . We have a full Sine -?? pi.nsh wj ; . ?modjeikus. newmarfce; . *. ???? } ? ? tad we can ?ave you fits ouses arekuak :. Fruit of the io< m. hiV'acb. S.} uts. Lon--!r ? , bleach. , s. Lousdulf-, caiubry, 1 jets, j Watuutt *.. b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 28 December 1889

TUB ROANOKE TIMES lUAILY AND R'KKKLY) An independent Democratic paper devoted to the material and political iuterests of Roanoke and Southwest Virziuia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE DaUv, one year. Daily, six months. SdW Dai.V, three months. iM Daily, one month. 59 y eckly. Furnished to city subscribers, free doliv c.-v. fifteen cents a'week, fifty cents a month, nd >ix dollars :i year. Advertising rates furnished on applioa on attheotlice. For marriage and death notices, of oral narv length, 50 cents will be charged. All transient advertisements must he paid for in advance. No attention given to anonymous cone spondenee, and rejected communications doi returned by mail unless postage is sent tor that purpose. Kverv other day insertions will be charged the same as every day insertions, less 2C per cent.; twice a week, 40 per cent.; one* a week. 50 par cent. Letters containing important news solic? ited. Contracts for advertising apply onh r* the regular business of advertisers. Adve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 28 December 1889

SUITS ) X i YOU WILL FIND AT JOSEPH COHN'S,THE POPULAR SALEM AVENUE CLOTHIER 300 Suits Worth From 12 to $15, qo for $9.85; 300 Overcoats, Worth From 11 to $15 qo for $9.85 THEY ARE GOING FAST AND MUST ALL GO BEFORE MOVING INTO OUR NEW QUARTERS JANUARY 1ST. This is no One Line of Goods Used as a Leader.but EVERY SUIT. EVERY OVEECOAT That Formerly Sold From $11 to $15 TODAY FOE $9.85 Oinnibutes have finally disappeared from the streets of Boston, having been pushed out by the street rail? ways. A Very Large Percentage Of the American people are troubled with a most annoying, troublesome and disagreeable complaint called "Catarrh." Ir is not necessary to be so troubled. It is demonstrated be? yond question that Clarke's Extract of Flax (Papillon) Catarrh Cure im? mediately relieves and permanently cures catarrh. A thorough and fair trial will convince you. C>e Clarke's Flax Soap for the Skin. Catarrh Cure. $1. Soap, 35 cents. At Johnson & Johnson's drug store. Mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 28 December 1889

LITTLE LOCALS. lutercutinc Items* loo Short lor Sep? arate Head*. Misses Turner and Hunt, of Hollins Institute are visiting the family of Dr. S. P. Christiau. Jas. 5. Simmons & Co., real estnt* ageuts, sold eight lots iu West End and five lots on E m street yesterday. Over one hundred hands are em? ployed at the West End furnace, and the work is progressing finely. The Christmas festivities Jit Hollius Institute have beeu of a particularly pleasiuc character this season. On the evening of the 24th there wan a cau tata, and on the 26th there wa? an en? tertainment iu honor erf the Misses Bonner of Texas, and Miss Leila Turner, of Virginia. Mr. C. W. Beckusr. manager of the Koauoke Opera house, returned yes? terday from a Christmas visit to Ms home at Bufordsville. Mr. L. H. Vaughan, of the rinn of Vaughau & Ferguson, contractors, i with headquarters at Johnsou Citv, Teun., is here visiting his family. ?Boys aud children hats at E. Goetz's, 21 Salem-avenue. hov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 December 1889

LARGEST CIRCULATION | OF ANT PAPER Tills SECTIOS Ol' THE STATE. V?E VI-NO. 25, ROA.MoKE, VIRGINIA, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 29, b*9. THE LEADING PtiHg AJTD THE DKST ADVERTISING MEDJ -IN SOUTHWEST VIIKUNr.t PRICE?FIVE CENTS FOB SA I.K AT A BARGAIN. The outiiv stock DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, ETC, ?rhich ha* been reduced by the recent EOSt sale, will he closed out to any one wishing a GOOD BUSINESS as well as a good stand at a LIBERAL DISCOUNT. But wish to say, until such arninp:e nients are made, we will continue to sell A T AM) BELOW COST. We sti!! have oearly overythipg desired. Ai! wool silk wraps, 38-mch henriettas for SI. ai 75 cts; all wool silk finish, 4<.*>-inch henrietla*, Bold lor $1. sold at 75 cts.; all wrool 46-incb hetirietta, sold for 85 cts. now c2Jcls.. all wool 38-inch heurieUas, S'?ld tor! rf) cts. oow 37A cts.; all wool 38-inch I Ifeariettas. sod for 371 cts. now 25 cts. i IN CLOAKS , i We have a full iue oi plush wnin>, modjetfkas, uewma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Roanoke Daily Times — 29 December 1889

E ROANOKE TIMES (DAILY AND WEEKLY) independent Democratic paper dieted to the material and political rests of Roanoko and Southwest irginia. SUBSCRIPTION RATE Dally, one year. ?0.00 Daily, six months. 3.00 Dai.y, three month*. 1.50 Oaiiv, one mouth. W V'eekly. 1.00 Furnished to city subscribers, tree deliv? ery, tiftecn cents a week, fiftj cents a month, n'd six dollars :i year. Advertising rates furnished on applies. on at the office. For marriage and death notices, of ordi nary lengtjy?O cents will be charged. V": laflgflefct advertisements must be paid tor in advance. No attention given to anonymous corre? spondence, and rejected communications not; returned by mail unless postage is sent tor that purpose. Every other day insertions will be charged t!ie s?me as every day insertions, less 30 per cent/, twice a week, 40 percent.; once a week, 50 por cent. Letters containing important news solic? ited. Contracts lor advertising apply only to the regular busniess o( advertisers. Adve...

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