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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 26 September 1897

New Fall Goods, New Fall Goods. We were fortunate in secur? ing some exceptionally good values in dress goods without the tariff attachment, and will oiler on Monday 500 pieces of All Wool Plain and Fancy Novelties, comprising some of the choicest and most fashion? able weaves. Among them are the FIGURED GRANITES, MOHAIR JACQUARD, PLAIN AND FIG? URED POPLIN, SILK AM) WOOL PLAIDS, ALL WOOL FRENCH SHUCKS, ALL W< >OL GERMAN AND FRENCH HENRIETTAS. CORDED HEPS, ENGLISH COVERTS, IMPORTED BROADCLOTHS. SILKS, SILKS, SILKS, Fulf assortment of Silks, consisting of the choicest of patterns, such as Roman Stripes, Plaids in Am. Colors, Fancy Novelties, Chang kahle Taefetas, Black and Figured Satin. Millinery, Millinery. 50 dozen Felt Hats, com? prising all the new shapes. Among some of the leading shapes for immediate use are English Walking Hats, the Tourist, the Plaid Sailors and the Tam-o'-Shanters. Jackets and Gapes. We have just received a big assortment of Ladies' an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 26 September 1897

WE ARE ASSERTING IN THE COURTS OUR RIGHT TO THE EXCLUSIVE USE OF THE WORD " CASTORIA," AND 44 PITCHER'S CASTORIA," *S OUR TRADE MARK. /, DR. SAMUEL PITCHER, of Uyannis, Massachusetts, Was the originator of "PITCHER'S CASTOR1A." the same thai has borne and docs now y/S/7-+-t?~ 011 euer^ bear the facsimile signature of C?k&ffi&?XiM wrapper. TJiis is the original " PITCHER'S CAS70RIA," which has been used in the homes of the Mothers of America for over thirty yea-c LOOK CAREFULLY at the wrapper and see that it is the hind you have always bought s/V/p^-JT0 0,1 ^w and has the signature- of wrap? per. No one has authority from me to use my name ex? cept The Centaur Company of which Chas. H. Fletcher is President. /> j y March S, 1S97. Q^U^Z. ^S^Z**-****-P Do Not Be Deceived. T3o not endanger the life of your child by accepting a cheap substitute which some druggist may offer you (because he makes a few more pennies on it), the in? gredients of which even...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 26 September 1897

Here is n case of inherited blood taint wutch resulted in what threatened to be a complete wreck of an innocent young .mi l*"*""^ serious feature of being afiheted wtth a blood disease is the fact mat innocent posterity must suffer. The Pa" or woman with the slightest taint in t?e blood forces the undesirable leg? acy of impurity upon their children whose veins llow with the impure inher? itance which handicaps them in the race of life, No child who has a trace of bad blood cau be healthy or strong, and those pre? disposed to Scrofula are liable to a great deal of sickness, because their constitu? tions are weak and cannot withstand the many dangers which beset the path of childhood. Medical statistic! show that a majority of lung troubles result directly from Scrofula, so that a child afflicted with this disease is likely to fall a vic? tim to dreaded consumption. Mr. W. A. Clayton, of Addic, N. C, believes S.S.S. is the only blood remedy which can have any effect whatever upon obs...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 26 September 1897

Coming and Going. Miss Mary S. Hawkins went to Bed? ford City yesterday to spend Sunday. Mr. aud Mrs. .T. Marks nre visiting rel? atives in Buenn Vista anil Lexington. Mrs. YV. K. Deatou ^left yesterday for Bicbmond to visit relatives. W. A. Glasgow',has returned 'from a brief business trip to Lyuchburg. " - > Editor Harrison, of tho Bedford Demo erat, Is iu the city. E. E. Williamson, a graduate of Ibe National Business College, left yesterday for Chlllicothe, Ohio, to accept a position as stenographer with the Milton Wool Company. Mayor John Auderson, of Bristol, was in the city yesterday. Editor Camper, of tho Fineastle Her? ald, was^in the city yesterday. Miss V. J. Ahhitt. of Appomattox, is visiting her brother, D. J. Abbltt, on Ninth aveuue s. w. Miss Annie Ertkin returned home from Blackslmrg yesterday, hut! will return Monday to join her sister, Eddie, for a week longer. Miss Ella Malotte has returned from a business trip to the Northern cities. A *350 upright pia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 September 1897

VOL. XVIII. NO. Illose special ?10 C I.K vi: LAN 1>S faster than we can nee them. Expect another lot of eight next nc.\t week and six of those are sold. The greatest burgalu ever shown in this city. Bettel let US have your order at once. R0AN0KE CYCLE CO. 10S Salem avenue h. w. UO TO SEE t MR. FRED, SCHADE f and the other crack bicycle riders K at ? Lake and Driving Park, ? October I and 2, i but in the meantime don't forget ^ to call on us for STERLING SIL- ? VER NOVELTIES and SOUVK- ? NIRS, DIAMONDS acd WED- A DING PRESENTS. K _ 4 EDWARDS. GREEN I Manufacturlng Jeweler und V Optician, vj 6 SALEM AVE. Agency Columbia aud Hartford Bicycles. SCHOOL CHILDREN. In our West Window you will ?see n ?sample line of the School Hays we have on baud. We are going to sell the en? tire lot REG ARDLESS OF COST. Here is an opportunity for you to get a good School Hag cheap THE FISItBURN CO., 1? Campbell avenue. Everrthiim in the School Line., 7" XBArTGAiNS.X One slightly used upright pi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 September 1897

THE TIMES. EVERT MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE IMJHI. I SHI NO CO., PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. B.W. TERMS BT MAIL (POSTAOE PREPAID): DAILT, ONE MONTR. 50 V THREE MONTHS.$1.50 " SIX MONTHS. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE TEAR. 1.00 Dnnv?u. J BnilneM umoe.143 ?"**???>?? -j Kdltorlal Ruomi.124 Interstate Phones?Same nmnbora for the same locations. SEPTEMBER. M T W T P S ....1284 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 28 27 28 - 29 30 .. Thaannouncement that Gonernl Ben? jamin P. Tracy. Secretary of the Navy in Presldeut Harrison's Cabinet, will 1 e the nominee of the Republicans tor mayor of Greatei New York is a serious blow to the aspirations of President Low, of Co? lumbia College, as between the regular Republicans and Tammany his vote, should he continue in the field, will be so reduced that it will hardly amount to a corpora's guard iu^comparison to that which the candidates of the regular parties will rece...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 September 1897

-WANTS. One Gent a Word Each Insertion. FOR HALE. HNE Black Minoren Cockerels ;for sale lit a bargain if tnkeu at once. 515 Seventh avenue s. w. 0 28 lw^ FOR SALE?One grocer's wagon, just troni paint she p and good as now. M. HALEY, 2!? Duck avenue s. w. 0 28 3fc SITUATION* XV ?NTKD. WANTED?A position a-t school teacher either in private family or public school by a young lady who is ug-aduate of the Danville hieb school, also has teacher's certificate from Suporlnfrndent F. B. Watsou, Chatham, Vn.;can also teach music. Address B, 12U and ?22 Union street, Danville, va. 0 28 2w LOST. ? A notoof $100 drawu by J. W. Stebblns, payable'to M. L. Black aud dated 20th day o"f April. 1897, payable Ove months after date. Parties are here? by warned not to negotiate for said note. 0 20 4t M. L BLACK. FBHAtR HKI.P WANt'BD. WANTED?Woman to conk and do general bouse work for small family; must he well recommended and wilting to work. Enquire at No. 415 Holiday street s. w. 8 20 tf POUND. ESTRAY?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 September 1897

INDIAN CE?ELTIES. TORTURES INFLICTED UPON ALL WHO REFUSE TO DANCE. When Anything In Wanted by tho Tribe, These Orgies Are Carried On?A Serious Question That Must Ho Settled Sooner or Later. Captain Charles K. Nordstrom of the Tenth United States cavalry, acting In? dian agent at the Puolilo and Jicarilla Agoncy In Now Mexico, has written an in? teresting letter to the commissioner of In? dian affairs with regard to tho Indian dances. Tho letter treats of tho subject in n manner novel in official communications nml throws new light on a matter that bus long given great concern to overybody interested In tho Indian question. Cap? tain Nordstrom says: "During my recent inspection of tho day sohools attached to and lying south of this agency many of tho teachers com? plained that on the occasion of a 'dance' in tho pueblo they wero either locked in their rooms and compelled to remain thore tin til tho festivities wero over or wero driven out of tho village entirely and or? dered not to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 September 1897

HDSEIHVH BROS New Fall Goods, New Fall Goods. We were fortunate in secur? ing some exceptionally good values in dress goods without the tariff attachment, and will offer on Monday 500 pieces of All Wool Plain and Fancy Novelties, comprising some of the choicest and most fashion? able weaves. Among them are the FIGURED GRANITES, MOHAIR JACQUARD, PLAIN AND FIG? URED POPLIN, SILK AND WOOL PLAIDS, ALL WOOL FRENCH SERGES, ALL WOOL GERMAN AND FRENCH HENRIETTAS. CORDED REPS, ENGLISH COVERTS, IMPORTED BROADCLOTHS. SILKS, SILKS, SILKS, Full assortment of Silks, consisting of the choicest of patterns, such as Roman Stkipes, Plaids in All (!olohs, Fancy Novelties, Change abl k T a feet a s, Black and Figured Satin. Millinery, Millinery. > 50 dozen Felt Hats, com I prising all the new shapes. Among some of the leading i shapes for immediate use art English Walking Hats, the Tourist, the Plaid Sailors and the Tam-o'-Shanters. Jackets and Gapes. We have just received a big assortment o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 September 1897

BELDING BROS. & Co., TO JAS. S. KERK & CO., Silk Manufacturers, Soap Manufacturers. Mess. Jus. S. Kirk A Co., Chtcatjo, IUs. Gentlemen:? Wo liavo given your "White Cloud" soapa thorough tost in washing pieces of linen embroidered with our "Now Process'' Wash Embroidery Silks and lind it entirely satisfactory. Wo tako pleasure in recom? mending it as a superior article for laundering lino embroidery. Yours truly, (Signed) P.Ki.mxo BROS. A Co. Referring to the above, we deem it important to state that this letter was entirely unsolicited by us. White Cloud Soap now has the highest authority as its endorser-as being superior for fine laundry work. For the bath and toilet it also ranks first as a pure white Moating soap. JAS. S. KIRK & CO., Established 1839. Chicago. Largest soap manufacturers in the world. it 3 KT. Wi Wo have demonstrated, exports admit, nn<l every one is convinced UintGenuine WbitcTopaz cannot be detected from rent diuMio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 September 1897

a ?unclean, nnwliolesome, i by medical and cooking au good cook's food "rich," a s?ggy and greasy. Is Pure Vegetal combined with wholesome beefsuct light, appetizing, digestible. Tbc genulno Cottoleno Is iiokl everywhere In tins, with our trade niurks?"CbKof?i?"niiil tier, wreath?oil ovcry tin. Not guaranteed If roUI ir only by THE N. K. FAlltllANK. ( Chicago. Bt, Louis. NewYoi Tirn'iTTrn'iTirETJjiijririrjznjjCL FASHIONS OF NEW YORK. Some Salient Features of the Autumn Millinery. A WIDE 0H0I0E IN TRIMMINGS. New Fancies la Made Up downs For I>o butnnten ? Broadcloth Visiting Gowns Louis XVI Styles Scon Again?Winter Wraps?Handkerohlefil nml Gloves. [Copyright, ISOT, by American l'ress Asso? ciation.] Thero are felt plateaus again for lints In all tbo pretty new colors, tint! these, liko those of eight seasons ago, uro pinched into shapo in all sorts of devices, but now tho effect Is low instead of high, and the Trimming is laid on in drooping shapes. Soft crowns am often "l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 28 September 1897

Coming and Going. W. A. Bierbower, of tho auditor's de? partment of the Norfolk aud Western, left on the aoon train Saturday to spend his vacation in his native citv.BaUimore, Md. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Carr have returned from their northern si mmer trip. J. E. Dull has returned from Bueua Vista, where ho has been spending a few days with his parents. I). O. Matthews, a promlneut con? tractor of Blacksburg, was in tho city yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Persey nnd their little niece, Cornelia Jackson, of New Milfoid, Conn., who wero visiting D. William Good in the West End, left for home on t oe 1:40 p. m. train last Sunday. Capt. Jas. D. Johnston went to Pearis burg yesterday on legnl business. A. W. Pitman, of the Spragno collect? ing agency, went toWythevllle yesterday on businoss. Joel W. Daniel, of Mart iusville, was in the city yesterday. J. I. Tice, of Bluelield, has returned from his old homo in Elojd county aud will return to his post of duty to-mor? row. Miss Maria Wihlman, one...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 September 1897

VOL. XVIII. NO. We Are Selling Those special ?10 CLKVKLANOS * faster than we can gee them. Expect another lot of eight next next week anil six of those aro ) sold. Tlie irreatcst bargain ever shown in this city, Bettet let us have your order at once. ROANOKE CYCLE CO. 108 Salem avenue s. w. S GO TO SEE t l MR, FRED. SCHADE \ 5 and the other crack bicycle riders J 5 J Lake and Driving Park, ? I October I and 2, 4 9 lint in the meantime don't forget ^ J to call on us for STERLING Sil.- J A VER NOVELTIES and SOUVE- % f NIR8, DIAMONDS and WED- <? ^ DING PRESENTS. J J EDWARDS. GREEM * Man>ifucturlnc Jeweler and V Optician, J 6 SALEM AVE. A ^ Agency Oolumbia aud Hartford f Bicycles. In our West Window you will see a sample line of the School Dags we have on hand. Wo are going to sell the en? tire lot regardless OF COST. Here is an opportunity for you to got a good School Bag cheap THE FI5HBURN CO., 10 Campbell avenue. F.verrthine: in the School Line. VBARGAINS./* One...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 September 1897

THE TIMES. evkhy morning, except monday. ; roanoke run li suing co., publishers amd proprietors, 122 campbell avk. s.w. terms bt mail (postage prepaid): OAILT, one month. 50 " three month8.$1.50 " 8ix month8. 3.00 " one tear, in advance. 5.00 sunday edition, one year. 1.00 pt-roMK-u. Rnslness OfHoo ........ 143 ?""??????j Kdltorlal Rooms.184 Interstate Phones?8amo numbora for the snine locations. SEPTEMBER. S M T W T F S . 12 8 4 5 0 1 8 0 10 11 12 13 14 15 1g 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 20 27 28 29 30 .. .. Tho Creek Indians or the Indlan.Terri tory have finally consented to an allot? ment In severalty of their reservation lands nnd an abandonment of the tribal relations, and the treaty with the Dawes committee was tc have been formally signed on yesterday. This will bo the settlement dually arrived at with all the Indians in the United States, which means the gradual fnding away of the Indian as a distinct race in this country. The dnello is still much in vogue in Austria, as well ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 September 1897

One Gent a Word Each Insertion. IIK1LP WANTED. WANTED.?A muri to travel anil col? lect on Installment accounts. Must bo single anil give bond. Small salary for the first threo months. Address with references and state past experience. GATELY & FITZGERALD, 9 2 3t Box 404, Roauoke. Va. FOR HALE. FINE Black Minorca Cockerels ;for sale::!, a bargain If takeu at once. 516 Seventh avenue s. w. 0 28 lw FOR SALE?One grocor's wagon, just from paint slop ami gootl as new. M. HALEY, 30 Luck avenue a. w. 0 28 8b SITUATIONS W ?NTEO. WANTED?A position ns school teacher either in private family or public school by a young lady Wiho is a graduate of the Danville high school, also has teacher's certificate from Superintendent F. B. Watson, Chatham, Va.;can also teach music. Address B, 120 and ?22 Union street, Danville, Va. !? 2H 2w LOST. LOST.?A note of $100 drawn by J. W. Stebbtns, payablo'to M. L. Black and dated 20tb day of April. 1807, payable five niootbs after date. Parties are he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 September 1897

SALEM EDWARD JETER. REPORTER. Mrs B. Pitzer. who has Veen spending the summer with Dr. S. C. Wells nnd wile, will on Thursday next return to Washington, D. C. Mrs. Judith Bnndy, wife of Mat hew Bandy, deetased, died ou Sunday atter noon at her home at Siuger 'n the bid year of,her age. Tho funeral .services were conducted yesterday morning at 10 o'clock from Cedar Grove Church, after which the remains were interred in the chiirch burying ground. E. M. Worden, manager of the Hol? sten Woolen Mills, has gone on a bus? iness trip in tho interest of that institu? tion. Glasgow Armstrong, after spending his vacation with his parents here, has re? turned to New York city, whore he will continue his course At tho New York Medtcul College. The High School ' Lyceum, a literary society of the Salem graded high school, has been organized for the present ses? sion. About forty members were en? rolled and the following officers elected: Liucy Stearues, president; Prestwn Fey ton, vice-president,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 September 1897

ROSENBAUM BROS New Fall Goods, New Fall Goods. We were fortunate in secur? ing some exceptionally good values in dress goods without the tariff attachment, and will offer on Monday 500 pieces of All Wool Plain and Fancy Novelties, comprising some of the choicest arid most fashion? able weaves. Among them are the FIGURED GRANITES, MOHAIR JACQUARD, PLAIN AND FIG? URED POPLIN, SILK AND WOOL PLAIDS, ALL WOOL FRENCH SERGES, ALL W< >OL GERMAN AND FRENCH HENRIETTAS. CORDED HEPS, ' ENGLISH COVERTS, IMPORTED BROADCLC )TIIS.. SILKS, SILKS, SILKS, ? ?> Full assortment of Silks, consisting of the choicest of patterns, such as Roman Stripes, Plaids in All ( Ioloks, Fancy* Novelties} GlIANGEAHLE Ta b'FETAS, Black and Figured Satin. Millinery, Millinery. 50 dozen Felt Hats, com? prising all the new shapes. Among some of the leading shapes for immediate use tire English Walking Hats, the Tourist, the Plaid Sailors and the Tam-o'-Sharftei's. Jackets and Gapes. We hav...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 September 1897

?Vc?ctablc Preparation for As? similating ihcFoodandRegula lirtg the Stomachs and Bowels of iNlIVN IS /CHILDREN Promotes Digestion.Chccrful ncssandRcst.Contains neither Opium.Morphitie nor Mineral. Not Narcotic. Jttrv* of Old SrSAMUELPITCnER J*umphn Seil' Atx'Savur + JtoduUeSdU yfiusc Seed * I Jippcrmint - f jtti CarionaCtSnda.- * I fibnnSccd - Clarified Sugar . l\intwyrwi fiaivr I A perfect Remedy for Constipa? tion, Sour Stomach,Diarrhoea, Worms .Convulsions .Fcvcrish ncss and LOSS OF SLEEP. Tac Simile Signature of NEW YORK. . At fa rhohths old '"? EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. w.'. gg ? - FAC-SIMILE SIGNATURE -OF IS ON THE WRAPPER OF EVERY BOTTLE OF Castorla Is pac Tip ia trao-cho bottles only. It ia not sold in bulk. D.m't allow auyeno to sell yon anything cko on the ple.i ir promiso that it is "just as goo'l" and "will answer ovcry pur poso." -CirSeo that you get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A. Tna :i5 ilnUt ^ggSBBEBBELWSSBS 1: cs wrippe; 3 KT. Wo liavo demonstrated, experts admit, and every one is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 September 1897

A One-Sided Conversation: TAKE ii look through our establishment? Certainly, in a fow moment*." "Yes, wo occupy the whole building?three stories, flfiy-two nnd ?^'^J by ninety feet. Nearly fifteen thousand square feet of floor space. 'All uf our largest and finest presses are on -this floor. This fno is ihn l.te-t nddtii n. X. urints n sheet 29x42 at a maximum speed of 2,400 impressions an h. n>*, running without perceptible jar or vibration, with a 'click ' that does ono good tu IUl?n to. ! We doubt if us equal, for its clas9 of work, is in the State." 1 * "This is tho press wo uso for our finest Illustrated Catalogue. School Annual, vnd other Hook Work j prints a sheet 31x60. It is driven by a direct, individual iloctric motor?no bolts or pulleys." "Theso two aro for Kail road and Commercial Work, tho largest one beim: ?*ed for copying-ink work almost exclusively. All of our pressen Have automatic cotintini ? machines which register tho sheets us they aro printed, leavi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 29 September 1897

Coming and Going. W. K. Thomas, clerk of the Council, went to Lynchburg yesterday ou busi? ness. Commonwealth Attorney Edward Lylo Is in Bedford City ou legal business. Julius Hocus has returned from an outing at Niagara Falls much improved in health. T. C. Parish, of the Chas. Lyle Drug Co., will leave to-day for Smlthfield, where he will reside iu the future. His tamliy will accompany htm. Commonwealth Attorney Ashworth, of Bristol. Va., is in Koanoke ou official business. Geo. O. Monroe, of the general freight agents office, is quite sIck at his home on Church street. Bluefield Telegraph: Mayor W. K. An? drews and City Engineer Wingate, of Roanoke, passed through- the city last night en route West. The Misses McClaugherty, from Giles county, are visiting Mrs. Martin Peterson Cnapman avenue s. w. Miss Emma Emmett, of Salisbury, N. C, is the guest of Mrs. Ratzel, at 20 Third avenue u. e. Jos. B. Wri"ht, of Martiusville, was iu the city yesterday. R. B. Sowder and B. Crumpler, of Bl...

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