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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 April 1897

VOL 31. SALK>L ROAJSOKfc COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 23, W)7. NO. 47 C. ST EARN KS, Attorney at Law, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Officx?Diliard & Persinger Kuihlitig. |j O. ttHAiN&a /nsxiranoQ ^/Jgont, SALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Frier Town Servant. Main Street. Represents a tirst-class liue of Fire. Liftud Accident Companies. Virginia Pi re and Marine Insurance (Jon. pany, organize*! 1832, and other State Con pauies. ?t'iniiiirtu* hotn# enteron-?e. vicUt-tf U. W. IIANSRROlTwH. L. C H A MBllROUUlt eporter (X?urt of Ap l.ate Common peals. Salem, Va wealth's Att'y *alem. Va I' NSKRiUGIl A H vNHKKOt'GH % TlORNEYh AT I.AW SALEM VIKHIMA Will practio in the ?V>urui of Roanokt 'ounty, Roanoke City. and the I'ourt of Vppeals OFriue?Room* I <* 2. Horner Building, Salem V? II ENDERSON LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, 8AtEM, - - VIRGINIA. Office : Diliard A Persiuger Kuilding, Col lene avenue, Room No. 2. 1-4T Prompt attention to all busi ess in trus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 April 1897

0 - mister. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salein, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. APRIL 25J, 1897. UKMT A WUHII.IK, J'ublUhcr*. LET THEM FIGHT. War between Greece aud Tnrkev has begun iu earnest, and for several days past both sides have been lighting like devils. It promises to be a savage Conflict, as the lighting thus far has been fast aud furious. Our sympathies are with the Greciaus in this war, and we would rejoice to hear that they had wiped the de testable Turks off the face of the earth ; but they are Ughing against heavy odds, and the powers of the Old World seem to be against them. IF LOGAN IS NOMINATED. And if he is nominated this time cau't The Times support him ? He is as stroug and vigorous au advocate of "honest electiou" measures an any one. aud that seems to be the hobby of The Times.?Salem Times Regis ter. The Times will certainly not sup port any man who is opposed to lion est election measures. Yes. honest election measu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 April 1897

FRIDAY, APiy L 28, IW? 'wiidtil* lb ttaimii v? " V> ? SOME * Storb^^ss~ ij^u. Knitting Cotton. 15e, worth 18c. 6IbsCoft<?u Yarn 75c, worth 85c. Good Brown Douiewtlo, 4c. " G?kmI Yard wide Blenched, 5o. 4-4 Blenched, Iwtter quality, 6?e. Red Flannel*, 12Jc to 25c Gray Flauneln, 10c to 25c Women's Shoes, all leather, $1 A well selected stock of Shoes, Ladies', Misses', and Children, Good quality. Lowest Price. A tin** Hue of Umbrellas, 50c up. Good stock of Hats and Cap-, 25c up. Ladles' Rubber Gonssmers, 50c, ?5c, $1 00. usY For Bargains W. E. Brown. WHITESCARVER ?000? oroo S000 0 EAT TROUBLE AND ? EXCITf MKNT. i Yours Krocerly, Tbis n^ems to be a period trouble and <xclt> m^nt, famine and pestilence. wars and r momOI Wars Therein wheat in India; rice ami inmz'is bee ?miug scarce In * lima. Al! Europe and nier ica have declared t hat there is but the ess at a po the inhabitants and snrm tiding counties at espeHall v W<w- pr(. -- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 April 1897

Tutt's Pills Cisre Asl Liver l!ls, ARE YOU SR , r?vT3H 1FVY* a./. Ki a itihe-llth ct :i.on undermined 1>\ cxtr. .: r. nee i n cat in by disre,r: the laws ci nature, or *- d capital n'l gone, if so, iv ;/pp HPQOAiD - * JUits. PJLoi AIi( Tt tt ; Mvcr Pilic; v. iil cure you. liLiu'uic!] \ dyspepsia, soi ? stomach, ntalari, torpid liver, constipation, biliousness ar I all kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver PiHs an absolute cure. OI?l JIniri'H l*ara<lis<>. Old maids must claim the little kingdom of Deumark for tlieir Para dise, for they are insured there. Any girl who feels that there is a likehood of her being laid on the shelf may make provitdou whereby she can, at the age of 40, be put iu the spinster class for good and receive weekly beue fits. i hose benefits, of course, are in cash. Some of the old maids might prefer to have it so that, instead of money, they would have a nice, well-trained bachelor call twice a week and stay and be entertaiu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 April 1897

nalkm roanoke county, ya.. Friday morning, april 30, \su Q o. STEARSES, Attorney at Law, HA I.KM, VIRGINIA. Orrtci? Dillard A Persinger Building. U. SHANK.O Jusuranoo jfflgent, ?SALEM, V A v OFFICE? Witb J. B. Frier Town Serjeant, Main Street Reyrwaeuts * tirst-class line of Fire Lifr ud Accident Companies. Virginia Fire and Marine insurance Con, pany. organised LS32. and other State (Vjii panics. Inmnrwo bom* ?nt?ron 4. octx-tf O. W. HANHBBOCOH, L. C HANBBBOOUH Keporter Court of Ap I .ate Common Salwui.Vn wealth's Att'j -*aleni. Va , J \NHBR<?UGH A H aNwBK?H<?H ATTORNEYS AT LAW SALKM, VIROIN1A. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke Countv. Roanoke City, and the (hull Of Jrnct?Rooms 1 A 2. Horner Salem. Va. H' ENDERSON LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Okfu'S : Dillard & Pen?inger Building, Col lege avenue, Room No. 2. tW Prompt attention to all busi ess in trusted tti him. febl? ly JE. ALLKMONU, ? aTI'ORNKY-AT-LAW, hiii n. v Practice in R...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 April 1897

limes ? $c#i$ter. Is the Oldest Newspaper 111 Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paptjr has ever had. FRIDAY. APRIL 30, 18U7. DKNir As WKUIUiK, PublUlitir*. THE TRUE INWARDNESS OF IT. The Saturday and Sunday issues of the Roanoke Tiuies (the24tn and 25th instants) contuin a series of strictures upon Col. Logan's legislative record in the session of the Ueueral Assembly of 1893-04. The llrst article is from the pen of au anonym6us communicant. He assails the TimksRkuistkii, too. because it published, in the early stages of last year's canvas, some articles in opposition to the free and unlimited coinage ol silver. The Timks-Rkoistkr, nevertheless, supported the Chicago platform after ite adoption, and is in the Democratic party to stay; at least no single issue will drive us out, and it respectfully insists that it docs not fear a questioning of its position by anonymous writers. The article shows upon its face that the writer is an advocate, not of Col. Logan, b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 April 1897

, _ ? -y Kll)\\ APRIL 80, 1897. m th? PotKoAet Id W?m v? .it*-* v j rt.x ? K' v kuuku Prices Jftnooked ~ @ut I. E. BBOf l'S STOBEI Black Brocade Drew Good* at 12}c to 26c. Beauties. Whit? India Lawna from 4c up. Oood falioucs, 34c. Pine Dimities, tbe 12Jc kind, only 74o. Fine Check wing tiaras, 6c, worth 8c. Go?fd Cotton Checks 4c, worth 7c. A fine stick of Oxford Ties for Women, Misses and children At Lowest Priote, beginning at 60c. Women's Oxfords, Good, for fl.OO. Lace Cortaios, 40c Per Pair Dp. We have one ??f tbe moat complete stocks, and will sell yon at Roan??ke prices any day in the week, and be thankful for the opportunity Htock of Mattings Just received at 8c. 10c. 1# cents mod ?| Fine Stock of Parasols and Umbrellas from 60c up. usY For Bargains. W. E. Brown. A Pleasure to Show Goods. SXSH5HS GREAT TROUBLE AND EXCITEMENT. This mm to be a period of trouble and excitement, famine and nestilence. wars and r mors ol wars There is no wheat in India; rice and mail- is bectming...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 30 April 1897

Tutt's Pills I Cure AU mis. To those living in malarial districts 1 utt s Piils arc indispcnsiblc, they keep the system in pcrfcct order and are an absolute cure for sick headache, indigestion, malaria, torpid liver, constipation and all bilious diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills ODDS AND END3. Th? bricklayers of Atlanta are striking for nine hours instead of ten as a work day. The bricklayers and other mechanics In this section would be glad enough to strike a ten-hour job. The Agricultural l)e|>artuient has taken steps looking to the extermination of hog cholera. A State school of horseshoeing has been established by the State of Maryland, and it will begin ita sessions in Baltimore on the 10th of May. A North Carolina man has committed suicide because he voted for a negro for olllce last fall. He was a new convert to Populism. and was actuated by excessive zeal, but brootled over the matter ever since. A Joplin, Mo., paper says that a woman preacher at that place recently bt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 May 1897

VOL. 31. ? SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING, 1; 7, 18? >7 NO. 49 O. STEARNE8, Attorney at Law, * 8ALKM, VIRGINIA. Ornc*?Dillard & Persinger Building. O. SHANKS Jnauvanoa ffigoxit, SALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Frier Town Sergeant, Main Street. Represents a first-class line of Fire, Life nd Accident Companies. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Com panv, organised 1832, and other State Com panics. Enoonrage home enterprise. octS-tf O. W. ItANBBBOCOH, L. C. HANBBROOOH, Reporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals, Salem,Va. wealth's Att'y. Salem,Va. JJANSBROUGH A HANSBROUGH, ATTORNEY8 AT LAW. SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts r>( Roanoke County, Roanoke City, snd the Court of Appeals. Office?Rooms 14 2, Horner Building, Salem. Va. JJENDERSON LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Office : Dillard & Persinger Building, College avenue. Room No. 2. |sy Prompt attention to all business intrusted to him. feblO ly JE. ALLE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 May 1897

limes - master. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. MAY 7. 1897. UKNIT * WEDHKH, Publisher*. While the tariff-t inkers tiuker, busiuesg sits oil the fenco and meditates. Rev. Dr. Tarn age, the eloquent divine, has recently succeeded in raising over #100,000 in cash and enough corn to 1111 live great ships, which will be seut to the starving millions in India. The Turks think when they are killed in battle they go right straight to heaven. Over In this country we would be glad to see the Greeks send them all to the better world. There was a parade of two thousand unemployed men in Detroit, Mich., the other day. The banner they carried bore this inscription: "Wo want work, not charity.'' Yes, the laboring people of this country want the chance to earn an honest living. While in Richmond the other day Hon. J. Hoge Tyler expressed himself as perfectly conlident of re oeiving the Democratic nomination for Governor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 May 1897

FK1L>A\, MAY 7, 1?V?7. ? ? M?-? in v? Unlit I iS Roanoke friers JfyxockecL ~ 0ut W. E. mill's SINE! Black Brocade Drei?s Goods at l'ijc t?. !ir>c. Beauties Wbitv India Lawns Irom 4c up. Good < alic??cs. iJJc. Fine Dimities, the 12Jc kind, only Tie. Kine < heck ? ?inghatus. be, worth fto. (><?k1 Cotton i 'bH'ks 4c, w< >rt h 7i \ tint' stock <>f Oxf-?r.i iifs f >r Women, Mii?i s Hud ? hildren ?t l<owe*t I'no >s, b* gtnnitu; at 50c. Women's Ox fonts, UinkI, for #i UO. Lace Curtains, 40c Per Pair Up. We have one?f the mo?t complete stocks, ami will sell you at Hoan ke prices any <lav in the week and he thankful for the opportunity stock of Matting* ?lust received at He 10c 12J cents and up. Ki ne Stock of Parasols-and Umbrellas from 50c up. c!sv For Bargains. W. E. Brown. A Pleasure to Show Goods. i?)?0?00??0 0000 0 GREAT TROUBLE AND |...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 May 1897

Tali's Pills j Cure Ail : Liver Ills. A nv; i;oi i i? ? I >n. For Jici > a . i::-:2 by T;nfc*.' Liver Pi'!", r.n iibsolute cure for sick h-. adsthe, dyspepsia, sour stomach, malaria, constitution, jaundice, biliousness and all kindred troubles. { ?'The FiyaWhcel of Life" Dr.Tutt; Your Liver Pills are I the fly-wheel oflife. I shall ever 1 be grateful for the accident that j brought them to my notice. I feel i as if I had a new lease of life. J. Fairleigh, Platte Cannon, Col. Tutt's Liver Pills . I PEAYED FOE A PARDON. The Earnest Petition of the Baptist Association Last November Answered by the Governor. Richmond, Va., April 2P.?A halo of sacred romance hovers about the case of I-.ee Hash, who will two months hence be released from the Virginia Peuitentiary. lie will owe his esc?i>e from ten years' further imprisonment to the answer to prayer. Hash is a young man of intelligence and education, is highly connected, and always bore a good reputation un...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 May 1897

VOL. 31. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 14, 1897 NO. 50 R C. STEARN ES, Attorney at Law, SALKM, VIRGINIA. Office?Diliard & Persinger Building. C. SHANKS D Insurance ^fflgent, SALEM, VA., OFFICE?With J. II. Frier Town Sergeant, Main Street. Represents a tirst-clnsa line of Fire, Life ud Accident Companies. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Coin , organised 1832, and other State Com pames. Bnconraue home ectarpnie. oct3-tf O. W. HANBBROCOH, L. C. "AHHBBOCQB, Reporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals, Salem,Va. wealth's Att'y, Salem. Va ? j_?ANSBROUGH & HANSBROUGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SALEM,- VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and the Court of Appeals. Office?Rooms 1 A 2, Horner Building, Salem. Va. JJENDERSON LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Okfick : Diliard & Persinger Building, College avenue. Room No. 2. ?-37" Prompt attention to all business intrusted to him. feblO ly J. K. ALLEMONG, ATTORNE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 May 1897

limes - j$e#tetet. Ib the Oldest Newspaper in JSalew, and has a much larger circulation than any other pa|>er has ever had. FRIDAY. MAY 14, 1M>7. DKMT & WHIli:.;!:, FublUhrrii. The war between Greece and Turkey Is at an end, and Greece had to take the little end of the horn. We are sorry for that; the Greeks left too many Turks alive to suit our fancy.? They'd make better angels than they do citizeus, aud to them, death in battle is regarded as a sure passport into heaven. Consul-General Fitz Lee is said to have reported to this country that Cuba will win her war with Spaiu.? If Fitz Lee has said that, it will come mighty near proving true, for he knows something of war. Gov. Charley O'Ferrall vows that he is going to stop lynching in Virginia. All right. Hut he will hardly bo able to do it unless ho can first, stop the crimes that load up to lynching, Everybody wishes they could be stopped. Kx-Confftessiuan Harry Tucker lias been elected to succeed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 May 1897

^iwes^Ugistcr. FRIDAY. MAY 14, 18V>7. K>it?r?d at the Poetotflce, in Salem, Va ik ?ecoud-clasa matter. LOCAL A.FFA ? ? Roanoke Prices JftnocRed <? 0ui at v. e. mm she i Black Brocade Dreae Goods at 12Jc to 25c Beauties. White India Lawns from 4c up. Good Calicoes, 3Jc. Fine Dimities, the 12Jc kind, only 74c. Fine Check Ginghams, 5c, worth 8c. Good Cottou < 'becks 4c, wurth 7c. A fine stock of Oxford Ties for Women, Misses and ''hildren at Lowest I'ncos, beginning at 50c. Women's Oxfords, Good . for ?1.00. Lace Cortains, 40c Per Pair Dp. We have one of the moat complete stocks, and will sell you at Roanoke prices any day ? in the week, and be thankful for theopportunity. Stock of Mattings Just received at 8c. 10c, 121 centa and up. Fine Stock of Parasols and Umbrellas from 60c up. gT For Bargains. W. E. Brown. A Pleasure to Show Goods. >XV o;o!oioxp;o:o o GREAT TROUBLE AND EXCITEMENT. This seems to be a period of trouble and exci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 May 1897

Tutt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills. Perfect Health. Keep the system in perfect order by the occasional use of Tutts Liver Pills. They regulate the bowels and produce A Vigorous Body. For sick headache, malaria, biliousness, constipation and kindred diseases, an absolute cure TUTT'S Liver PILLS WOKEN TORTURED BY BRUTES. Their Bodios Covored With Hot Tar hy Masked Men. Westou, W. Vft., May 8.?This town was the scene Friday night of the most fiendish outrage that ever disgraced the history of West Virginia, and which will probably result in murder. Some weeks ago two young women eaine here from Clarksburg. Their names are Ida Duncan and Bertlia M'erriman. In a few days stories were cirulated about them. The rumors took on more objectionable features, and late Friday night a party of uien #ot together, secured a bucket of tar aud proceeded to the women's home to drive them out of town.? They heated the tar, stripped the women and applied it with brushes to their bare bodies. The women scr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 May 1897

VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY," YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MAY 21. 1897 NO. 51 R C. 8TEARNE8, Attorney at Law, SALEM, VIROINIA. Oppick? Diilard A Persinger Building. C. 8HANKB JnQvranoe SALEM, va? OFFICE?Witb J. B. Frier Town Serjeant, Main Street. Represents a tirst-clasa line of Fire, Lift nd Accident Companies. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Con pany, organised 1832, and other State Con pamea. Bnooiirmaf** hont^enterprise. <>ct8-tf a. W. HANBBROUOH, L. C. IIANRBROVUR, Heporter Court of Ap l>ate Commont>eals, Salem, Va wealth's Att'y. Salem, Va. l_?AN8BKOUUH & HAN8BROUOH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 8ALEM, VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and the Court of Appeals. Oppice?Rooms 1 & 2, Horner Building, Salem, Va. JJENDER80N LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. OrricK : Diilard ?fc Persinger Building, College avenue, Room No. 2. fcfiT" Prompt attention to nil business intrusted to hi ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 May 1897

la the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. MAY 21, DKNIT * WKItlClB, Publishers. DE. PAINTER'S NEW BOOS. Introduction to American Literature ; including illustrative selections, with notes, by Dr. F. V. N. Painter, A. M . D. D., of Roanoke College, Salem \ a., 1 \ ol.; Leach, Shewed A: Sanborn, Boston, New York, Chicago. This neat volume preseuts a comprehensive view of the 400 years of the life of our literature. The criticcisins which have been passed upon it show that it has been cordially received in all parts of the country. It is the latest work on this subject, and will tlnd ready place in the schools and colleges throughout the laud. Aside from its peculiar value as a text book, its attractive and fascinating style will rentier it the vade in ecu m of the general reader. No student of our literature should be without it. It contains in condensed from, excellent biographies of the leading literary meu of this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 May 1897

$imcs-JUgi$tct. FRIDAY, MAY 21, 1?U7. '?* i. th> HoHtotfioti Id Saleni V? ?> -i ? law> lUHttri. Uv ><'"3 AL A.F*TP A1P8 Roanoke Prices Jftnoclted ? 0ut V. E. BBOWl'S STORE I Black Brocade Drees Goods at 12Jc to 20c. Beauties. White India Lawns from 4c up. Good Calicoes, 3*c. Fine Dimities, tbe 12Jc kind, only 71c. Fine Check Ginghams, be, worth 8c. Good Cotton Checks. 4c, worth 7c. A fine stock of Oxford Tics for Women, Misses and Children at Lowest Prioos, beginning at 50c. Women's Oxfords, Oood, for ?1.00. Lace Certains, 40g Per Pair Op. We have one of tbe most complete . .stocks, and will sell-you <- - priM any--day in the week, and be thankful for tb?opportunity. Stock of Mattings Just received at 8c. 10c, 12} cents ana up. Fine' Stock of Parasols and Umbrellas from 50c up. u!Y For Bargains. E. Brown. A Pleasure to Show Goods. oooo GREAT TROUBLE AND EXCITEMENT. iff This seems to be a period of trouble and exciteme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 May 1897

Tutt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills, Secret of Beautv is health. The* secret of health is the power to digest ; ml assi:riilate a proper cjuaniiy ol food. Th!? c n r.cvcr K> cioneuhen the hwr cic^J ret net it's part. Do you k ieow this? Tutt's Liver I'iils are an absolute cuie forsi- k headache,dyspepsia, sour stomach, malaria, constipation, torpid liver, piles, jaundice, bilious fever, biliousness and kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills GATHERED_AT RANDOM. Two New York sewing girls ou Saturday bought a iluck for 50 cents in whose craw they found, a diamond, which they sold for $80. * * # The directors of the Kansas state peuitentiary have announced to the convicts that the regulation striped uniforms will be discarded on and after July 4. The new garb of the convicts is to be of gray material, with black stripes along the outer seam of the trousers and around the coat sleeves. # * * According to well authenticated reports, at least six deaths have resulted from shocks amon...

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