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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 November 1903

- ' **-wrr'-r*>*wm .i# i w, +-~r- A ^ ^ ^ : VOL.8, NO. 16f r ROANOKE, VA., TUESDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 10, 1903. PRICE?ONE CENT ~~J ,i, '.? -'v WILL OPE TW' ; U.S. ArsenicMines in Floyd Co. WHAT IT MEANS Largest Arsenic MIbc in toe * eWorld - Oatput 70 Tons Per * Day ?Finely Equipped Plant?Work on Railroad Will Begin in Dscember. C. H. Brlnlon. manager of the United "States A rsente Mines Pom par. v. <of Floyd county, was In tbe city yesterday. having come to Roanoke to contract wttl A wh:tcxalt? h nso and to . have; some machlne-y made In the RoanoKe machine works. Mr. Brlnton, when Interviewed by a reporter aw to when they would begin _ to work the araenlc mines, said: "We will atart our machinery In two weeks from today, and the output of the mines will be at least, seventy tons per day. This output will be continued until spring; then we expect to double the capacity." Mr. Brlnlion said they had two veins J of arsenic?one twelve feet and the . ocneg,roureeen?a...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 November 1903

I: fyrovES fr^^T arc famous the world dver a Ijf^ttwn. and it is' the Jaw fuel which makes Jewel Stoves "/ Ranges the cheapest on the P ^^MlieAsh Pan Ti ]ew?li in toid i?dr? IlL,. - .. SHEPHERD I vi. <.vi,wii *?uu u> learn inc rtidUHS or t the the planters are making j against the boll weevil. "Many of the planters are taking the ( advice of the agricultural department and are planting early cotton." said the secretary. '^Practically the entire lnte , crop was destroyed. The weevil has ravaged much of the best, part of the _ Texas cotton belt. All efforts to exterminate It seems to have lieen unavailing. Efforts to eradicate the house fly would he about as efficacious. The onty way to meet the evil, apparently, in to plant early cotton and get in the crop liefore the weevil has opportunity ' to destroy It." v llOHSON WANTKH SEARCH WAR- ' RANT. 1 New York. Nov. 0?Capt. Rirhmoml < .? i ,?lV.ir.-, i,?iioli-.nl, ipnearxt in tit" Jof $ ferson Market p lic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 November 1903

? ' ' ' ?^3K3i~ -^SteS^JF ?? ?# Our Witch Hazel Lotion is a charm against chapped bands, race and lips, and is a most excellent preparation for rough skin, smarting from shaving, chafing from saw-edge collars, and all other ailments. It is not ? sticky, nor does It clog the pores of the akin... Jt is delightfully perfumed, socthing. clearing, softening and healing. and Is Just the TOILET LOTION for fall and winter. ~ TRIAL SIZE Put Up in Large Slxe Battles, ? 15 Cents. We will only put these ouJLfor a short time"; as the preparation ts well known and we have a large sale for it to tho3e who have . tried it. If you have not used our With Hazel Lotion, dcn't fall to get one of the -trial-battles. . Most excellent preparation to use after shaving, a perfect antiseptic, and keeps the face from getting sore, makes the skin soft and smooth. The lady's toilet is not comnlete without it. . We aiwo have a full line of Talcum Powder, Fancy Scap. Perfumes and everything that la needed for the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 November 1903

f Tto'Erang Ins. | ' ROUlOKSt.VA. '* Publiabed every day except Sunday, t IB*' THE ROANOKJD NEWS COMPANY. -?-RATES DAILY: I One year >3.00 Btx monUiJ 1.64 Three men lbs 76 BMp One month -35 - DOTH PHONES. c. . pHfl&ess Office 143 [ dtVorial ? l-< Delivered by carriers la all parts of the city. f Short, newsy letters rrom eon-eft*" * ppfcndeBLi ?tre goMclled; but uo atteu- tion will be given to anonymous communication.*. Every article of whatsoever-kind that is not accompanied - - by the name of a responsible person C 'not necessarily for publication) will be - Vest r eyed. WEATHER REPORT. g"*- * t^or Virginian-Warasat and partly cloudy Tuesday; rain and cooler Tuesday night and Wednesday. Ify appi.es. The following editorial was taken from the Baltimore News and will be of great in tercel to the people of this p./ section of Virginia, where the best anil most luscious upples that grow tan be found: w tnauj* people who bite into h | ' luscious pippin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 November 1903

-UP J. IIII.IIIIJI UI IHUPIUI - / ' . ' r v.* v>jl jt Don't havo to roach to ? | I PRICES 1 v I / L TERMS t g ' of ou? ffi IP I A NO 3 I ? AND ' ? I I organs! <| Others, havo found it out: at g <5) wen as ma advantages ot s ? our easy payment system @ ? with no notes to sign. In- ? <| vestigate for yourself. $ Factory Branch House. I ROMOKE WmSlC CO. i | C. T. JENNINGS, Mgr. ? No. 22 Salem Avenue, West. | 1.1. OF LIU " CONVENTION >. Ikjsion. Nov. 10.?The twenty-chird nnual $ eon vent ion of .-the American Federation of I Jtlior. which t pened in this city yvsterday. and which will continue pro'oat'iT for at least fcurteen (lavs, not Ir<tv working cider before an adjournment was taken late this after* noon. President Samuel dumpers deli voted hia annual addr*^ to the delegate*. ami Spnrft'iarv P'n.Mlr Vl/rrrl _ /.?> o n.l Treasurer .li.hn B. I^ennon,. presented " their annual fUtements. '" Compen.' address t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 November 1903

*^e ^ *"V< *- - ? r AND COUN ?? M acre truck farm. located seven |Rk. ailee from Roanoke; good 6-rocm resEj* ideace; several hundred select fruit Wfci I Farm For Cii 2tW acre farm nt only tl'o iwr aire improved i?r unimp Beautiful Bu " 2 acrekit adjoining city in the South- . ?a^t, nice shade and an exceptionally! New 6 Rooi 6-room dwelling. completed within the last three months, located on an Improved - street, close to school and churches; Beautiful lot. PRICE, ti.750.04i. TERMS. *300.00 r _JEFFERSON SIR We" are offering a .iprclal liutgnltt in , a Jefferson atreer rfstftcnee for qntrk j sale. Contains S r> :m? and hath: I 1 F0R ] We Will hive for rent on Denetnber hi 1st a new 7-roo.m hotiBe on Twelfth avenue, s. w..all modern improvem ent*. Including e!ectr!r lights. ele- tric bell* Whs w \rv. | I We haw four customers for property s : between Franklin road and JcQerscn KT lint, with nut hi than H rooms. I yrtCc from 92.MO.OO to $4,000.00. Wo have two cust...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 November 1903

THE QOLDE A kir.g haxl a tree that bore golden the appleo. HIe son undertook to eapti he might find it. The young man dlsol* cffer<d to spare his life if he rould sect ,<li tooted l>v the fcg. an.l again rapture* could deliver the princess of the golden the prinr??a; whereupon -receiving the g( onto the horse and in like manner "*ecui ,Wbti? is the ANSWER TO YESTF. Left aide down in '* r ^^U~jMLjR^HErT ?* <;??-# /7}dvl9RR\fi!anf I Ji ?> ^HW B4 > \ ! > j| ESSaM ^ coata You'll know i*h*.t tki <; when joo see the coats. The <; them in * class of their own. * I and tailor has brought oot the ! | wanting in ordinary coats?t ;; the kind yon find in every etc J: to $25.00 ii AIRHEART KIRK 11101 SALEM AVENUE. ami PRICE CLOTHIER* FT] ; I NTER8TA.TR PI VIS'TOJUJ , iiuiiirnoii ni umvcnoAL di Which mixes and kneads The process is entirely 8 tonch the dongh. Yon t icnis as directed (Bookie ; handle...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 10 November 1903

| DO YOU WEAF f 3m.11 Well call and see Shields iom on Campbell avenue H. Heironimas ?fe Co. Here yon will find the be Millinery line. We are i R|. make anything in the bat | W. L. SHIE mf. . M | WHEELER & WILS K:#P^G..MACHD K ' ' rem s? | Jennings * H * -- - 1 1 I NOTICE. C. W. Reed wants tc see you about painting and papering your house. He la the man who saves you 25 eents on the dollar. 346^ SALEM AVE., W. : Lawyer's I by CLOSE APPLICATU^Iirr*fre|_ qoeatly OVERWORK KB and WEAK ENE1). to such an extent an to cause them MUCH INCONVENIENCE, and SOMETIMES ACTUAL LOSS, during the REMAINDER OF LIFE. HOW ARE THEY TO PREVENT SUCH SEERIOUS TROUBLE? It I* VERY EASY and the cost a SMALL ITEM if THEY p AND ALL OTHERS will only ACT in TIMS and CONSULT US. Save your j?v CHILDREN'S EYES while they ARE YOUNQ. It may be TOO LATE when they reach YOUR AGE. K CONSULT ?? fc| " DR. MOORE, Eye Specialist. tOH Salem at?., my (1st Floor) ROANOKE. VA Bp"" Hours: 10 A. M to 4:30 P. M. Special ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 November 1903

VOL. s;TfOTTT ROANOKE, VA.. W DNESUAY EVENING NOVEMBER II, 1903. J* R1 UK-ONE (JENt' ^ A liUMDHLU RAILROAD DEAL N. Sl W. May Run Trains to Washington BY WAY OF MANASSAS V "* Washington. Nov. 11.?A quiet rumor Is current in railroad circles that there . ia a-deal Oil loot whercliy the Norfolk and Western will send a train into ? Washington by way of Rlverton Junction and the Manassas branch of rho Southern.- Color Is lent to the rtimer by the fact that a representative of the Norfolk an?l Western went over that l?rt of the Southern between Manassas and Rlverton Junction last week and made a careful Inspection of the road bed. taking exhaustive notes on the eondKHrn of the track and the bed. At present the Norfolk and Western sends ons of Its trains Into Washington over the Southern from Lynchburg. The remainder cf its traffic has to go to Shenandoah Junction and then info Washington . ver the Baltimore and Ohio. Entrance to. Washington by the 7-1 say of fti . :i.'.i Tinm tlun"ami tli...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 November 1903

HI SECOND WARD f UNESJW1PED OUT If1 Oj Council Last Night Passed I a Mew Reapportionment I Ordinance. ? l%e council met last sight in r regutai mwthly yession with President j," Jmxhs H. John&on Ln the chair, and H the hallowingmembers present: Jamee ? D. Johnston, A. Ulair Antrim. J. C. Page, J. A. Page. Gwrpa Hart. J-hn i Hough, Phil W. Huff. \V. E. Uenner. It. H. Vaurfhan, A. J. Camp. C. \V. Bffe OWIUHtailia. Pi1, Ifrtiwab. tVP. Koifert. MJT Tf H fihickel. J. P. Hoazel. Mr. Minahan. J. W. WNkerson and Harry Donardaca. The Kiltng of tho journal was dispensed wtth on motion of a mcriber, and the na/or B wio of the reapportionment proposition was road. The question of whether or not it should become a law. no;withstanding the mayor's veto was defeated by vote WSt:- ' ~ of 10 to 7. The ctty engineer made a report BP"'. . . showing the work that had been done by the city during tho month of October In the way of street and sewer BL repalra. etc. * The report was received a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 November 1903

Our Witch Hazel Lotion is a charm against chapped hands, (ace _ and lips. aiul Is u most excellent preparation for rough akin, smarting from shaving, dialing from saw-edge collars. and ail other ailments. It is not sticky, nor does it clog the pores of the skin. It is delightfully perfumed, HOfthinL* plrtiirinir unftonlni* otwl Vi r?o 1_ ' . inl and la jiiVt'the ToFlEt"lX)TION for fall and winter. TRIAL SIZE rut tip in Large sue b ttles, 15 Cents. t We will only put these out,for a short time. as the preparation Is waH known . and we have a large sale tor It to those who have tried it. If you have not used our With Harel Lotion, don't fall to get tme of the trial bottles. Most excellent preparation to use after shav~ ing. a perfect antiseptic, ami keeps the face front getting sore, makes the skin soft and ?mt?oth. The lady's toilet is not complete without it. We atwo have a full line of Talcum Powder. Fancy Scap. Perfumes and everything that Is needed for the toilet. Call at McGee's...

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Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 November 1903

Bp?Jf!?B'!a^!!E=sa=TaS=^^===5 f Tte ETMMt lews. i ROANOKE, VA. k" IfMUUMd tTtrj" <d?7 except Sunday, f THE ROANOKE NEWS COMPANY. t k?;-On? fMr $3.00 *'mx month*.... 150 Three men the 76 BOTH PHONES. ^ Deainess Office 141. Jt Manorial Room* 124 | Delivered by carriers in all part* of Short, newer letters from correspondents are solicited; but no attention wilt toe given to anonymous com : munloations. Every article of what !r. soever Kind tnat is not accompanied by the name of a responsible person 'not necessarily for publication) will be V , leelroyed. WEATHER REPORT. rFor Virginia: Partly cloudy Wednesday; raia and colder Thursday. Winds shifting to east and increasing. CHEAP POLITICS. ? The city council has again paseed a redisricting ordinance which is manifestly unjust, and will doubtless not receive official sanctfcn. The ordinance, a ' to our minds, is based upon a false and mistaken Idea. The object to be obtained is that each ward should have K> equal r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 November 1903

*SB3BHB?===5?== 1 j Y O ?| 1 gL. Don't have to roach so ? | high to touch tho ? W~f PRICES i 'i-A. TERMS ? or oua - | PIANOS 1 1 AND : . ; I ORGANS| ? : Others.havo found it out; as g ? our easy payment system | ? with no notes to sign. In- ? ? vestigate for yourself. Factory Branch House. 1 ROANOKE MUSIC CO. 3 ir~r% C.T JENNINGS, Mgr. f ? No. 22 Salem Avenge, West. | MR. MURPHY AT HOT SPRINGS. Hot Spring*. Va.. Nov. 10.?Charles F. 'Murphy* leader of Tammany Hall. tHT+ved?hcro^hia Afternoon. He aays he came to reet ami refuees to talk about any political ' slate." Mr. Mur - phy will remain for three weeks and has arranged to take the bath?. "Comptroller Grout, arrived Saturday, and wm stay as Jong as mt. Murphy. Mr. Grout says that Mr. McCTeTTan may be here later also. -Mr. Murphy is aceompanied by Mrs. .Murphy. They have taken all their meals in their apartments bo far, only leaving them long enough to take a swim in the pleasure pool. Other prominent men here are Governor Edward M...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 November 1903

1 and'coun E. " arif truck farm. located *oven miles from Roanoke; ro<hI 6-room rea idence; several hundred select fruit I Farm For Ci1 L'tiS tu-rv farm u?* jv only p<?r arr?\ improved or unimpi P Beautiful Bu ? fu r? k>t ailJ'"lniiiK city in th<* South- . caw, nice ahari** anil an exceptionally I p New 6 Rooi >-pcH>m dwelling, ctfmpleted within ??he last three months, located <>n an I r improved street, close to school and churrb<?; beatfttfilt tor PRICE. $1,750.00. T ICR MS. fnml.rto ' JEFFERSON ST It We are offering a special bargain.i;t . Ife.'. . .. ft JtJUirren street residence lor 1 E*;- . sale. Cent a ins S r. ins and bath 1 I FOR i E-.V We w 1 It 'xe for rent on Ut*n< mb?v 1st a t.**w 7-room house on Twelfth W\ iMui.t a |iill modern Improvements. I inflndft c vWtrie lights. cic.Tic Is'.U WE WAN' "=I? We L:.\t four customers tor property between Framtlin road and Jef...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 November 1903

OUR DAIL ? - * . - THB While 6ww^ni?. a 'poor maid set to stand godmother to one of their eh thing was very small and elegant and begged her t>j stay three daya and ga left I'pwn returning to her broom, i was. and she found that instead of th nd durir,?< rihat time her master nnt Find two i v^U*t*t? T/\ vno [ Nelson Ha T" "The I ??PiVl^RVMPVMPHMMinHPWPiHii Convenience, Cle Brilliai The Electric Lirht i doubt at all about it's being | fombling in the dark for mate tarn the key, it's dark. Sim: ??p? r FOREST Wlrlner Vi w w w m mm m m W.C.WOI Y 'N^lOiCaopbdlA ~~ No Muss, No "sto of time, Home-made Bread Maker is a? readi A rhild can make brea< IX COSTS sa : . VISIT OL AND LET US t | UNIVERSAL B ? Which mixes and knea '?ke process is entirely touch the dough. Yoi icnls as directed (Book handle THKEH! M1JNI ready to raise. It rais< is kae ded the.eec nd 1 .t^ovic?n i \J 1 bo Hight sirlo down, nc ;; coat*. Y.un'll know what t * J; ^hen you see t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 11 November 1903

PO YOU WEAI MILL1 ?????? Well call and see Shield iura on Campbell avenue H. Heironimu9 <fc Co. Here you will find the b " Millinery line. We are P" make anything in (he hai 1W. I_. SHIE WHEELER^& WILS r 3E WUN<J JYLA^ttiT tt~l ~ FOR 8A I u: Jennings J f ~~ ?? NOTICE. C. W. R?ed watr.s to aw'yon about painting and papering your house. He is thi? mar. who saves you 25 cents on. the dollar. 346% SALEM AVE.. W. Lawyer's by CIX)SE APPLICATIONare freft . - -qucaiTy OVERWORKED and WEAKENED. to wtch an extent as to cause them MUCH INCONVENIENCE, and SOMETIMES ACTTAI. U1SS. during the REMAIN1>KH OK LIFE. HOW ARE THEY TO PREVENT SUCH SERIOUS TROUBLE? It i.s VERY EASY and th< < e*t a SMALL ITEM If THEY . AND ALL OTHERS will only ACT in TIMS raid CONSULT US. Save your CHILDREN'S EYES while they ARE , ?lu:?1 nil I ..A I E. wuen they rewh YOUR AOK. CONSULT ORj MOORE, |[ ' _ . Eye SprctaHst^Ztt'.a Sajprn . fcr? Houph. 10 A. M. to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 November 1903

^5^ % -'(*~5 ''** .^- 'S'-~-?1"??* '*j^^* ' * ? ' " ^ VOL.8, NO. K ., ROANOKE, VA;, THURSDAY EVENING NOVEMBER 12, 1903. PRICE?ONE CBNT r MARK HA MAYEN1 For President Of United States "LAYING LOW" Calls Those Who Tackle Him Wttfr Compliment ills "D? Fool FrieodsM-Wlll Swat i Roosevelt in PussyFooted Style if Occasion OfTers. i Washington. Nov. 12.?Senator Hatvna wisely maintains a great foxine*** about, that presidential boom that he has (been getting, Outwardly ho gives the appe&tance that the subject of his standing for the nomination is impcs : slbli, but i* is particular!} nutU-eable " that he has at no time come out and flat-footed!}* announced that he was net a candidate and will not be a canL didate. . v it Is claimed bv some of the Roose? veil people '.hat ?lie Ohio senator will ? sooner or lai?.T be compelled to announce that he Is not a candidate because, they decTare. he long ago pledged himself to the president. To break thgi pledge would put him in a sericus ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 November 1903

SJSTOV r iui ir^SHEPHERD I PRESS WARPS I SOLDIERS' MINDS W -1 ??? ?? Acting Adjutant General oi the United States Army' ^ - Makes the Charge. Washington, Nov. 11.?The annua! report of Acting Adjutant General Hall at the army, was made public today. K; It deala with every phase of the military eatabUatunent. The actual strength of the army on October 15. 1903, was F 1.W1 0?lli Slid 56,500 enlisted men. Over oao half ot the report is devoted to the asMtia and it gives a detailed account of the workings of the act tc promote the efficiency of the militia f gamed at the last session of congress f Bwaannag the dependable strength ol -? the mfltm ia time of national peril the adjatshi general states that "although the obligations of officers and g>- men of (he militia to respond promptly L to a sodden call of the president has been on the statute books more than a hundred years and of the organtted militia ar national guard for nearly forty, aad the neglect to so respond Is pun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 November 1903

Our Witch Hazel Lotion U a charm against chapped hands, face i and lip*, and Is a most excellent preparation for rough skin, smarting from shaving, chafing from saw-edge collars. and all other ailments. It is not sticky, nor does it clog the pores of the skin. It l? delightfully perfumed, soothing, clearing, softening and healing. and is Just the TOILET LOTION far fall and winter.' - TRIAL S17.F. ^ Pllt IT*n In ljiren giro It HIas 15 Cents. We will only put the*e out for a short time, as the preparation is well known and we have a large sale for It to those : -who have tried it. If you have not tV~ used our With Hazel Lotion, ^cn't fail to get one of the trlgl lrcttles. Most excellent preparation to use after shav- i jng. a perfect antiseptic, and keeps the face from getting sore, makes thquskin *oft and smooth. The lady's toilet lsfiot complete without it. We also have a full llne_of Talcum _j : Powder. Fancy Scan Perfume* and everything that Is needed for the toilet. Call at McGee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening News — 12 November 1903

Mvmm. f- ROAttOK*. f | M1IM wjr day ?zo?pt Sunday, i r IBB ROlMOtkJB XBWS COMPANY. ' RATES DAILY: ; Uj noottui 1.50 I EnBkroe months 75 BOTH PHONEa K Btftaesa Ofltoe 141 (Kypiftopi&l Rooms 124 EXMtirered by carriers in all part* of ! T-" ; th* city. Short. a?y| letters from oorre ? spandends are aoliclted; but no attention will be clren to anonymous com BunicaMeaa. Every article of whataoover kind that, is not accompanied ^ by the same of a responsible person 'not necessarily for publication) will be ? testroyed. B& > WEATHER REPORT. For V|QS<Ala: Fair and cooler,..preceded by rafh Tbhrsday; probably rain | " Friday; brisk to Mgih eniitii, ghiftins to . southwest winds. m | AMERICAN HONOR DRAGGED IN i* THE MUD. The New York American was quick to see the Inconsistency of the present administration In abetting an<l enr couraglng "rebels and traitors and wg eesslonlats." and condemns the action of the president In the following l...

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