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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 February 1897

! Mince Meat! f * lbs. Cor 25c. o - *v |PITMAN&LVANS I 'i'lionc 1 .VJ. VOL. XVII, Ko, i i? I'UICMi lllKKK?bN'ia, TMK IVKA'fHDIi ). _J i'drcriist for Virginia' t'lilr; clomly ?i night; |irul?nl>ly alt ?? worn Miiuluy; not ki> cut<t; nIikIm nhlfling tu ?outlientit c.lj. ?Ills) whni 'rev oyrll.t iicois?, n l'ocltrt KotUk ftud Ulcyctc ' torrylnz Ca*i i?r ?ante. No trip can '?o loorouchly cujoyud without h "Kotiuk." Jost tnkc ou? wltb ?<u thu u:xl time unde.ee huw touch t::n you'll htvo. iio t \<> u k c\ciiE < o.. f ?.. i' i,i IM'O, Millinger. fan s-,ti<' mom\Y by ?'Ki.vitig yoiir (??rdvii Sectl of us sei huDi. -IV?! Iltlllfll?! iioiic. !mi< i'cliilblo s;m'<1. und our l'fit'i's n rv. Jon . [y]3 Ifl? ssie's Pharmacy, 11. I ? ? o o o * ??#??>? **O*0?O?>e> 9 0 ? Fine Lady's or Genfs 5 i Gold Watch? i Simply a Suggestion! Do you wan*, Can ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 February 1897

EVERY Mo?NlNt;, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROAXOKE PUUL18IIINU CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETOR^ 122 CAMPBELL AVK. s.w. TKKMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 00 THREE MONTHS. (1.60 " SIX MONTHS. ">.00 " ON'K YEAR, IN ADVANCE. n.tlO SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 FKUKUAKY. S M T W TPS 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 8 <> 10 11 19 13 M 15 lfi 11 is 10 20 31 39 23 21 25 20 27 nnn??i 1 KusllieSS ?Ullee.1 I'l 1 \ *ultorUl Kouma. ISM Ifit is true that Dr. /.ertueha. the man who it is alleged led Mnceo ti> his death, hnsbeeu assassinated, it is only one of the many evidences furnished in the his tory of mankind that blood money is dear to those who obtain it, no mat lev what the price. The Colorado lower house of the legis? lature has passi.'tl a bill making the wear? ing of high hats at theatres and "other places for the amusement and instruction of the nubile n Unable oll'ence, and three female representatives in that body voted for it. It is plain fron-, tins th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 February 1897

I'lmplcB, bit tchca, blnckheoda, red, rough, oily, molliy akin, Itching, acaly acalp, dry, thin, und fulling hair, ami baby blcmtahva prevuiited by OuTWfKA Soap, tho moat elfectlvo akin purify. Ing and l>< nutifylng nonp In the world, lie well oa pu mat and em cteal for toilet, bath, and nuraory. I??oi<l thrtnichonttha world. Porrrn 1). avpC Corp.. otn? i ro|>|. Button, otr-'llnwt.. Ilcauilt'y tlu skin."fro* ^BLOJDDJWM^ No Batter Disciplined School in tno south Than the NATIONAL Business Collei HO* NOK?. VA. -?????<*'?..7? We give a Systematic Business Education with English, Math Biiiat cs, Book-keeping, Shcrt hand.'and Typewriting as lead firs. Co not forget that we ha*a a prtparatory course with the best of instructors. We pay especial attention to discipline. .^cfrlCa^see our works. K?AH?KE STREET RAILWAY ?CHEDULK IN EFPKOT OClOHKIt a i. i8?j0. Iryetal Franklin ! Ftp n k? via Ji.lt 1'itrU Komi. ? ?. ' - 3" I jo o 3* A Ai II1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 February 1897

PROSPERITY IN SIGHT, Very Significant Revival in Busi? ness For the Week. New York, Fob. I ) ? Britdstrcet's to morrow will say: General trade shows more Improve? ment, the features of which are the ad* vances for Bessemer pi;: iron, steel bil? lets, steel rai's. gome grades oi wool, raw sugar, Iudian corn, pork anil lard and fer print cloths, with an upward tendency for leather; together with a numoer of metal and textile industrial establish? ments which have reopened within the week, and an improvement in recent rail? road earnings. The demand for rails sif.ee the break in quotations has resulted in sales of nearly one million tons, of which 1110,000 tons are lor export. Not the least significant outcome is the demonstration of the ability of American steel makers to successfully compete in the markets of the world. There is a better demand for dry grinds, clothing, shoes, paint, lumber anil architectural iron; hut material increases in request for general merchandise are more co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 February 1897

Arriving Daily. Now is the time to make up for the coming summer, and avoid sewing during ths heated term. New 36-inch All-wool Dress Goods, in small and white checks, only 25c per yard. New Covert Cloths, beautiful spring shades, two-toned effect, only 75c; just the thing for tailor-made suits. Twenty Dress Patterns-just the thing for the coming spring (eight yards to the pattern), only 75c psr yard, worth $1.25 100 nieces Black Dress Goods, in plain and fancy, at prices ranging from 25c up. We feel assured that we can sav3 you at least 25 per cent, on your purchases. Wash Goods Depattment, Nerv Percales, 36 inches wide, only 8c yard. New Cambric-Finished Percales. 36-incheswide,Gniyl2Kc. New Outings, just the tiling for Wrappers, only 10c per yd. New Outings, suitable for Soys' Shirts, at 8c. New spring line Vicuna Cloth, for wrappers, at lOcyard. New line of Shrunk Duck, only 10c per yard. White Goods Department, 2Q0 pieces *hite Check Nain? sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, 10c, 121 - g and 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 February 1897

A healthy woman experi? ences the preat cst happiness of all her life when her first? born nestles in het neck. Motherhood is a woman's duty atul should be her joy. There are thousands of women to whom motherhood is a tor lure because of weak? ness and disease of the- otgi ns that make it possible. This is wrong and need not be. If a woman will but study the physiology of the organs dis? tinctly feminine, and learn to take the prop? er care of her health ? to take the proper remedy for weakness and disease peculiar to hi i sex, motherhood will become an un? alloyed pleasure, where now it is dreaded and avoided for its pains and dangers. The best medicine for a woman to take duriiix the perioil preceding motherhood is m Picrce'a Favorite Prescription. It is the only medicine for this purpose invented by a regularly graduated, skilled and expert specialist in the treatment of the pcculial diseases of women. It cures all weakness and disease of the organs that perpetuate the race. It m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 February 1897

What's the Use of Waiting? "They " 6fty "all things coma t<> him wlio waits," but wo tiuvu no been waiting, ami wo don't proposo to wait. Wo KNOW our pricee am right, our work A-l, and if you don't bring us work wo will come attor it, in vun way or another, either by bringing to your T?'"n?_ GROCF.ns To BALL & A1AY, Dr. | nolteo our prices, racilltiea and quality o? execution, or personal interviews. Wo are not grumbling ; Pur train it. IVo'vo hud our jhare ; wu uro still getting our shuro. But wo have placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with ?.ui-h facilities as to command admiration from all ith whtnn we have business intercourse. Wo uro not waiting; haven't time to wait An Up-to-Date Printing Office. One of tho vows the writer made when ho was "dovil" in a country printing offico wss, in effect, that if ho over owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would bo kept clean, at least by comparison. At t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 20 February 1897

K K K K St **; r> P ? K r. ? ?* WATCH FOR SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT OF WIL isticce??or to Joi>. Cohn. C'ainpball nod Jeflersou sis., ROANOKE, VA, S M n M K * * K K ? K S S K ? S ft % m ? i? ** ? a * *> * *? ?j? is * * * * * * * > * * >* '"North. East, south, West the .'lower of flours is "Pillsbury's Best." Costs a little inoro t han any other be? cause it is worth more. And it makes more bread, makes whiter bread, makes better bread. Vour grocer may tell yon .something else Is "jus: u- good,'1 but it isn't. HAWKINS & FIELDING, Agents, Hartsook Building, Market Square, || \f Vour House I in HaiBio?n.?^lnsoniil? LAWRENCE S. DAVIS, Fire, Accident COMING AND GOING Spring HatsatWalter S, Langdon's A. H. Swartz, loiulor of the Roanoke Light Infantry Rand, whoso illness was notod n few days ago, is no lietter. ,! ? W. Troop, of Hagerstown, Md., was In Ronnoko yesterday looking after hin reid estate interests here. ; \v. K. Beve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 February 1897

! Mince Meat! :t U??. lor S3?. < PITMAN & EVANS 'Fhono IDS. vol. x vn. n?. 117 I'ltUT. llllilti; Ur.N A--. TUB WKA1UB?. Forecast for Virginia: Tlire? toning weal lift ami ruin, probably <?!<???? ini; ?lll?|i?D> al t?-'.-< <ioii u'4i nirr ill tlio luterlc r; .-asterly tu southerly v Inda. Ai & birblngrr of 07 proB _^ i rltv c mm 'b?? ?Citvwmnd - ? I-:.cyclo " Mt?j bpku>i<ul in l. aril !1 Uh, more varied TBT u< mvie, mom ihm? i vor ilo i'H& wb>a) of bon*s<: valuH fflfm Oareful and di c-rnlnir buv "'\ . fM are invltr d <o ? x ?inlh? our c 0 -rinn?. '07 ? Cleveland"" now ready for inspection. Como and bco them, R0AN0KE CYCLE .CO., K. I>. FXIPFO, iManaRor. ? - ?Can sine money by ? ? -buying your ?;:ir?l?-si X ? oi* us iu bulk. ? % -We liamllr none l>ui ? $ ? reliable Heed, ami our % 2 -lirieen arc low...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 February 1897

THE TIMES EVERY MORXINO, EXCEPT MONDAY. ItOANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHEI18 AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID.)! DAILY, ONE MONTH. ... 50 THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. \Q0 " (INK YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY KDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 FEBRUARY. T W T F S 2 3 4 5 0 U 10 11 13 18 10 17 IS 111 20 23 21 35 20 2T 14 21 10 pnn?.H. 1 Business Onioe.14? 1 HUHU. j miltorlal ItOOlUB. 124 Why not Archer Phlegar, of Chrlstlans buru', for governor. Now there is'n man among men, a statesn an without a supe? rior,!!) the State, a Virginian without a section,a man whose shadow contains innre substance than the body of the Radford pigmy. Bllyson wants to lie governor just he cause it has been so very long since Rich? mond had a governor. He has no hun? kering for the job, per se, but he is boil? ing; over with sympathy for Richmond's isolated loneliness. Senator Wolcott, of Colorado, is satis tied that his negotiations in regard to bimetallsm will bear good fru...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 February 1897

Spkfpv Celts Tr.KATjir.vT for torturing, dlane unng. ItcliiuK, burning, '?"I ?caljrikln and scaYn dlaeaata with lossol liulr. - Warm battti wlthco TIOURA BOAP, gentle application! of Cutiuura (Oluttneut), mi.i full llosea nfCUTIOVBA Heboi^ vent,gl culc^t ol bloua purlilirrs auii liuuior eures - Ii mld throuirhniit Ihl urnrM. Pom! liRPo ?i Cire?. Cnnr.. Hol? rr<.|.?.. Mnnlon. W" Hnw tnCurr Ilching SVIn Dhaun," fftt. RED ROUGH HANDS No Better Disciplined Schoo] in t?o South Thun tha NATIONAL Business College HO NOK?, VA. We give a Systematic Business Education with Fnglish, Math? ematics, Book-keeping, Short hand and Typewriting as lead? ers. Do not forget that we har:e a preparatory course with the best of instructors. We pay especial attention to discipline. Call see our works. ??AftUKE STHEET KAILWA, KCHEDULf IN EVBKUT OCTOIJKK 21. 18UH. Crystal 'k run kiln hp iica vl?i U.ll 1'iirk i Itoad. a m ; 8 40 ?I au 1(1 im I :o 40 i li so I1 M ia oo 19 -1(1 1 i tii a en :: 10 :t ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 February 1897

The N. K. Fairbank Company, St. Louis, Chicago, New Orleans, Baltimore. ? \ INJUSTICE DONE HIM. Convict in a Penitentiary* Never Given a New Trial lie Was Entitled To. Savannah, Feb. 20. ? It has just come to light here that a negro named Major Lee, who has served fifteen years in the Georgia penitentiary for murder, has never had a new trial which was granted him by the supreme court on the grounds that be is not guilty under the evidence thai was submitted in the case. Lee was convicted in 1881 and the ver? dict was contrary to the law and the e, i deuce. In the meantime Leo was sent to the penitentiary and is there to-day and has never had his new trial. When Bent up he was a little 14 .war-old hoy. Ho is now a burly neuro of thirty. Solicitor General Osborne, of the east? ern judicial court.who has m<t come Into office, took Lee's case up and has insisted tin its being disposed of. Lee was charged ".with the murder of Einert Lee. n white man, but "there was nothing bu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 February 1897

Arriving Daily. Now is the time to make up for the coming summer, and avoid sewing during the heated term. New 36-inch All-wool Dress Goods, in small and white checks, only 25c per yard. New Covert Cloths, beautiful spring shades, two-toned effect, only 75c; just the thing for tailor-madd suits. Twenty Oress Patterns-just the thing for the coming spring (eight yards to the pattern), only 75c per yard, worth $1.25. 100 nieces Black Oress Goods, in plain and fancy, at prices ranging from 25c up. We feel assured that we can sava you at least 25 per cent, on your purchases. Wash Goods Qepaitment. Nerv Percales, 36 inches wide, only 8c yard, flew Cambric-Finished Percales. 36-incheswide,Gnlyl2Kc. New Outings, just the thing for! Wrappers, only 10c per yd. New Outings, suitable for Boys' Shifts, at 8c. New spring line Vicuna Cloth, for wrappers, at 10c yard. New line of Shrunk Duck, only 10c per yard. While Goods Department 200 pieces *hite Check Nain? sook at 6c, 7c, 8c, 10c, 12J g and 1...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 February 1897

Death's face is not a pleasant thing to look upon, yet thousands of men and wo? men go about daily with the reflection of death in their faces. The dull eyes, the fallow complexion, the sunken cheeks, the emaciated form, all tell the story of the In? sidious advances of that implacable foe? consumption. Doctors have declared that consumption is incurable. It is not. Thou? sands of consumptives have testified to their complete recovery after they were given up by the doctors and all hope was gone. It is simply a matter of going to Un? seat of the trouble which is imperfect and improper nutrition. Dr. Piercc's Golden Medical Discovery does this. It corrects all disorders of the digestion. It invigorates the liver. It makes assimilation perfect. It fills the blood with the elements that build new healthy tissue in every organ of the body. It is the great blood-maker and flesh-builder. It cures ?vS percent, of all eases of consump? tion. All good druggists sell it. II. Gaddis, Esq., of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 February 1897

Usarl^ Broken Down in Healtii?Dr. Greene's Nervura Saved Him. Spring Is the Best Time of Year to Get Well. Everybody Needs Now This Grandest of Spring Medicines, Dr. Greene's Nervura Blood and Nerve Remedy. rjgmr y Senator Charms 1 Spring la (ho bast time to rrct well. People need a spring medicine to purify the blood and strengthen the nerves. The best spring incdiclno the world lias ever known is l)r. Greene's Ncrvura blood end nervo remedy, it i.- the people's great rcmcdv, the sure. e:iro on widen the |ieople know they can always <i ijicnd to get back their iost health, lira mcul < Ino which makes the sick well, and keeps the s\ tcin in sound mid perfect strength and vigor. It i.? the rcmcdv above all others to take now, for thousands upon thousands of people always nso it during the spring months to get their systems in perfect condition, and pure blood, strong nerves and robust mid vigorous health ill all eases follow its use. lion. r. W. Wheeler of Irash...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 21 February 1897

WATCH FOR g f SPECIAL I Death's face is not a pleasant thing- to look upon, yet thousands of men and wo- ? men go about daily with the reflection of ' death in their faces. The dull eyes, the ] fallow complexion, the sunken cheeks, the ', emaciated form, all tell the story of the in- , sidious advances of that implacable foe? ? consumption. Doctors have declared that * consumption is incurable. It is not. Thou- J sands of consumptives have testified to J their complete recovery after they were^ given up by the doctors and all hope was?, gone. It is simply a matter of going to the*, scat of the trouble which is imperfect* and improper nutrition. ? Dr. Piercc's Golden Medical Discovery!* does this. It corrects all disorders of tbe^ digestion. It invigorates the liver. It*, niaV.es assimilation perfect. It fills thefc blood with the elements that build now ft healthy tissue in every organ of the body.* It is the great blood-maker and flesh-builder* It cures oS per cent, of all cases of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 February 1897

I Ballard's "Lucille" FLOURi I PITMAN & EVANS f VOL. XVII, No. IIS I'ltice. ? iikek ?enw. THso WSATHMh Forecast for Virgin!*: Throateulng real it* r und ruin, probably Blearing (luting a f to moon warmer lu tlie Inlerltr; easterly tu southerly wIikIh. As a htrblnpT of '07 pros ; rltv coj'-s ihii -'CitvHiand H ojclo " Mcr.i bf>auti'ul In i)?s|yn and ll'ijh, morn v&ticd In awl.'*, more than eve? u.o whetd ot bonPBt value Oa'^ful and di- crnlrg buv fm aro Invlttd ?o utmlnn our t 'T^rinif". '97 "Clevblandh" now >r inspection. Como and boo ROANQKE CYCLE CO., B la. VMFFU, Manager. ( ran Milve lllOliev tiy % ? ? -Sect] of tts iti l>u?u. 5 co O <t> -lie !]i)ii<{]<i> none i>nt i} 2-reliable* H?,eil,niMl our ? -.??rico? JJ:*?' low. <$> _ 1 Massie's Pharmscy. T Jj .- our Premium Offer on ^ Flower - f -wfe.^ % ??-ty ^m*^^ -^'??.'o.-a j Simpiy a Suggest...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 February 1897

THE TIMES. EVKHY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.W. TERMS BT MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " THREE MONTHS.?1.50 " SIX MONTHS. S.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 FEBRUARY. W T F S il 4 5 0 10 11 13 U! IT 18 HI 20 24 25 20 27 S M T .. ; 1 2 ^780 14 15 10 imoMaru. I IlllsilM'SS Otlle??.143 "( hdltoritfcl liooitis. 1X4 BlmpMclty is all right in most every? thing but men's minds. Grover Cleveland's permanent addiess after March 4th will be "innocuous de? suetude," wherever that may be. Some great writer has said that in or? der to know a man you must see him di? vested of his last cent and amoug stran? gers. This is a way of making new ac? quaintances,however , that no one'c.ires to resort to, as long as there is any .way of getting around it. There is a diversity of opinion as to, in what greatness consists in but the little starving bov who took the pennies idly tossed to him by...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 February 1897

Soft, Whlto Handswith Shapely Nails, Luxu? riant Hair with Clean, Wholesome Scalp,pro? duced by CtJTlCORA BOAP, the most cITectivo skin purifying ami beautifying soap in the world, as well a3 purest anil sweetest, for toilet, bath,and nursery. The only prevcntlvo of intlniumation anil clogging of tho POBES. Soap to I eld throughout the world. Potte? Dana akd Chum. Cour.. Solo Propt., iloaton, U. S. A. Ol-"How to Purify ?nd Ueiutify th? Skin, Sc?Ip, ? nd Hair,*-mailed free. JABY HUMORS t^^gt^gigg So Bsttor Disciplined School In m? South Than tho NATIONAL Business College HO iNOKS. VA. *em* *? .---it** We give a Systematic Business Education with English, Math? ematics, Book-keeping, Short hand.'and Typewriting as lead firs. Do not forget that we Ibr? a prsparatory course with the liest of instructors. We pay especial attention to discipline. _ iv Call see our works. rt'JANUKE STREET RASLWfiT SCHEDULE IN KFPrfCT OCTOHBIt 81, 1800. ?pome tor same price ander BtimoKuaran- , 11 j . I f y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 23 February 1897

Norfolk and Western Bridge Washed Away in West Virginia, MANY RIVERS IN OHIO, KENTUCKY AXI> WEBT VIRGINIA AHE RUN? NING OVER THEIR BANKS?HEA? VY DAMAGE ALREADY REPORT? ED FROM [TENNESSEE AND SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA ? THE OHIO RIVER FLOODS CI NC 1NNATI. IT HAS RAINED THIRTY-SIX HOURS. Cincinnati, Feb. 22.?Tho Ohio river is on another rise. The L'cking river is rapidly vising and is running out. of its banks. Lick creek is away out of its banks and is still rising. Many mer? chants along Water and i-'ront streets are already moving out the goods stored in the cellars of tneir establishments. At Montgomery's coal landing, at the foot of Main street in Covington, Ky.. a fleet ol large barges broke away this morning and floated, A steady rain has fallen in southern West Virginia for forty-eight, hours All streams are out of their banks. The booms in tlicCuyai river have been washed away and 11,000 'logs have been washed into the Ohio river. All trains are delayed by heavy landslide...

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