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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 2 July 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. VOL. XV.-Nu. ?;55 FBIU1C THKKU VtoXtH. ROANQKE, VA., THURSDAY, JULY 2, 189?" Fir*^ ^25??IATTBD PKK88 TELEORAH8, ALL THE SEWS OF THIS WOKLlT PT.tr, WKAIUl.t. Voreout for Virginia: Fair; fol? lowed by lucreaalng cloudiness and lhow?n on the coast Thursday afternoon; warmer In tho lutoilor; easterly winds. SABfljewett Piano! Make a guess ou a Timjes Coupon. Go Over Tfiis ill Ot Toilet -nccewrtlea *irl eee If there Isn't Botnotblnc v?n need: Turkish Bath Towels Turkish Bath Gloves Turkish Wash Rags Raw Silk Wash Rags Bath Sponges Flesh Brushes Complexion BrusheG Toilet Soap, 10c to $1.50 box ?of thre? cakes. Fine Toilet Powders Violel, Lavender and Florid?. Waters for the Bath. ; ' ' >'mr line is the '.artiest ra the city?our pilceffT.nht. Massie's Pharmacy. 'Phone 108._ a ' Sale and Sure." 46 Years. OUR RECORD: ASH**.f4:iff,103Tr3. Liabilities.37.01-,8?a.ai?. 8urT)lus.t r..512.?.S5.44. Iu Force. 140.097.??l,!M. Losses paid. HS.WO.OOOiUU. We Write Ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 2 July 1896

THE TIMES. vui Moannia. bxchpt Monday HOANOU PUBLISBINa oo., Publishers ua Proprietors, t1mks 13uiloi nu. 10 0AKFB1LL avbnub 8. w. TXRM8 BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), my. one month.? ?*}' S three months. ?? tlx months.*Jg * one year. In adranee .... e.w Sunday Mltlon, one year .... *.w ^ Tn* Tnm Is a memoer or the Associated rioso ihn greatest news-collecting association In the world?and receive* over a special wire the tall telegraphic news service ol the Associated Prose?the same news from all over the United ?tatee and the world that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies ot New Yora, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. JULY. S M T W T F S . 1 2 3 4 5 G 7 8 9 10 11 12 18 14 1"> 10 17 1? 19 20 21 22 28 24 25 26 2T '28 29 80 '51 \ .. This Date In History?July 2. 1724?Frederick Theophilua Kiopstock, German potit, was born: died 1su1. 1850?Sir Robert Peel. British Liberal states? man, diedi born Kss. 1881?President Garflold shot byGuitoau In the railroad station ?t Washi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 2 July 1896

Som-t mon In nee acir nrome by shaving people, others by nar.urdouslnves'.nienlr In stocks and bonds, bnt the most couserrat v.i and satis factory Investment Is to be toned In improved ?anting real estate. In a town tho si/, i of Itoan oko with tho permanent rental value tbat prop? erty i.ow has money Judiciously In vest vi yields a sati-factory return. We are In tnersal estate burliness and make a study dt keeping In touch with tlio values of propetty so tbat wo can con? scientiously tell you what Is the best Investment for yonr money. Are you a young man Jnst embarked on the matrimonial sea t The safety of your voyage will depend to a large extent on whether you are in a rented ship, whos? bell ringe niornlDg, noon and even at night to let in prospective purchasers who want to examine It, or whether you have a snug little craft of yonr own. We can suit you In the latter at from ?X><) to $2,600 on cash pay ments varying from $r>0 to $5CU, and the ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 2 July 1896

Ol TBE DIbHOMDS YESTERDAY' ROANOKB VICTORIOUS. Richmond. July 1.?Tin- game was beautifully played before a great audience representing nearly every State In the Union. Score: Roanoke. ? runs, i> hits. 1 error; Richmond. 4 runs, 8 lots, 1 error. Bat? teries: Kimble and Williams: Kagey. (&tl patrick, Boland and Wilson. LYNCHBURG BEATS PORTSMOUTH. Portsmouth, duly 1.?The visitors took the last game of the present series by score of 7 to i>. They got on to Bruner in the eighth and batted out enough run- to win. Stcphenson, late of .the Norfolks, is playing with Portsmouth in the right garden. Score: Portsmouth. 6 runs. 7 hits. ."> er? rors: Lynchburg, 7 runs. 11 hits. 2 errors. Batteries: Bruner and Rleman; Brown and Fear. NORFOLK DEFEATED. Petersburg, dune I.?The locals de? feated Norfolk asily to day. In the first eightlnnings the visitors found Kit son for only one safe hit. Both team.- played good ball. Score: Petersburg. 5 runs. 8 bits. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 2 July 1896

GREAT CLEARING WE Will OFFER ON MONDAY, THE 221,; and continue until all are sold, at COST AND BELOW COST! Our Entire Stock of SUMMER STUFFS! Consisting of LAWNS, DIMITIES, ORGANDIES, DOTTED SWISSES, SATINES, ? BLACK, CROSS BARRED and STRIPED MUSLINS, JACQUARDS, PERSIAN LAWNS, GINGHAMS, PERCALES, and Numerous Other Articles. We propose to dispose of these goods so as to make room for other goods, and, consequently, they must go. Come early and get the choice. BIG C?Tffl 0?B MillineryjOepartment A Fifty per cent. Cut on All Our Trimmed Hats. $10 Trimmed Hat for $5.00 9 Trimmed Hat for 4 50 8 Trimmed Hat for 4.00 7 Trimmed Hat for 3.50 6 Trimmed Hat for 3.00 5 Trimmed Hat for 2.50 4 Trimmed Hat for 2.00 26 Salem Ave. Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. Gov't Report ABSOSAnTEfcY PURE STILL POPULAR. "Flor De Freeman", all Havana, and : Frank Teller's "Chicos" 5c cigars at Van Lear Bros. L. L. MEEKS THE WINNER. L. L. Meeks,of Borer avenue s. VT., was the lucky winner of the b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 2 July 1896

5pring' Fruits Indulged In too freely give, pain, , 11 Gripes, and such annoving, *J ailments, cured hy LIGHTNING HOT DROPS Quickly and surely, nothinpbetter, fow equal It, in Cramps. Cholera Morbus and Stomach or Bowel Troubles aud pains of all kinds. 50c bottle holds IK times as much as it 25c bottle. HERB MEDICINE CO., SPRINGFIELD, OHIO. For Pale by K. I.. Kit lt. II? Salem Ave. TO SEPARATE ICE. One of the latest devices for saving labor to the housewife is an ice pick for the waitress, which consists of n very sharp point held (inn in a heavy head of Ilickle plate.lniet.il. It is called the Old Doctor's ice pick, and is really the per? fection of the idea which nurses intro? duced into the patient's room, where ice was broken olT by means of a belt pin with a large head. With this strong, sharp pick the ice is broken into bits small enough to (ill the tumbler, and is noiselessly and quickly prepared. TiOok out for the new" (leiser Tract ion Engine. It will leave the freight depo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 2 July 1896

Vegetarians say v= should eat no meat. Dr. J. A. Deanc says \vc should eat of all kinds of nourishing food, and if the stomach and bowels are lazy and rebel we should make them digest it. Dr. Deanc is the greatest authority on diseases of the digestive organs. I-V. Deane'a Dyspepsia Pills aid dig cm ion and ajiiriiilitionof food, and cure all forms of Dyspepsia. Wtiio wrappar If cou?tipat?l, >,:'..<? If bowel* an Ioom. DR. J. A. DEANET?.. Kiugstoo. N. Y. WOMEN WHO KEEP SECRETS. Unique Things that Pass Through the Hunds of Two Postal Clerks. Two young women in New York dally handle dynamite bombs, horned toads, living bees and grasshoppers, youug trees, jewelry, new clothes, and glass eyes. These are only a few of the unique, weird or commonplace articles which daily pass through the hands of Daisy .lames and Mamie Husted, of the mail inspection and rating department of the general postofftce. Miss Husted opened a package once, out of which, as she took the cove...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 2 July 1896

AND STILL THEY GO! ? I q i rpv> 94* vjiiile so many ol thtni, but what w* l-.-ive got are w ? Ii aVCl i U go'iog ju?t as low, nml a Mltle lower. It it takes a jgRjJ]jSfitimt<'F*MMM*m''m lower price to move them wo Biruply make the price lower. They have not to come down to the moving point, and our huyers are bolter pleased everyday. It wou't take us but a tew day* longer to clean up our htocK, aud if we have anything you want we cap save you money on it. READ THESE PRICES ? A Good Mixed Tea for. 17c A Better c-rade, worth 50c, at. 33c The Very Best Gunpowder Tea, worth Si, for.62c Fine French Sardines, worth 15c, for. 10c Batcer & Rockwooo's Cocoa, per package. 20c 8hred Cocoanut, per package. 7c Good Ancle Vinegar, Iper gallon. 14c MaccarSvi. 5c Hoe Cake 8oap. eight cakes for. 25c King t?oap, eight cakes for. 25c Pearl Top Lamp Chimneys. 7c Pure Lard. 5c Bacon. 4*c Arbuckle's Coffee. 19c Good Canned Corn. fie Heinz's Pickles at.Half price Pure Oli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 3 July 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. vol.. XV??Wo. v:jo PK i Ol". TMMttK Ct'.s fS. ROAJNOKE, VA., FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1896. rVYi MS2&&PSD PRKS8 TKI.KGRAH(L AM. THE NEWS OF THE WORLIJ. PTUS V. i:.M U il FoMCMt for Virginia: Contino?d high temperature ?od fair weather Friday morning, followed by shower* and cooler Friday afternoon; southeasterly winds. $400 Jewell Piano! Make a guess on a Tim es Coupon. We Will Give Av^ay Another Hund red Dollar ('96) CLEVELA ND BICYCLE ? and five $5 "Pocket Kodaks September 15th. Every 25 cent purcl i&se will entitle you to one chance. We have issued a card to accommo? date snif iier purchases than 25 cent s, so that evaTy 5 cents sj lent counts toward a chance. Mass^e's Pharmacy. 109 Jefferson Street. "AmerK.a'B ' jrer.tert Inenmnrc Company." THE^ETNA LIFE 1? the-threaten In favor with fie American people hecanee It gives the nest result*. Nc 1V.X041. ?10,000 Fifteen Tear Kn dowine'it. >?flacd In li-H) (matured In 18(1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 3 July 1896

THE TIMES. Yin MOBuma. bxobft morday boanokb p0bubb1rq co., mcitshert and Proprietor*. TJJLB8 uuildino. 1? oampb1ll AVBHUB B. W. TBBXB by mail (Postage Prepaid), rally, one month . . . ? ? Ij-g} I B three months.Vno ?> tlx montha.^ on ? one year. In advance .... J-J" annday Bdltlon, one year 1,w TH? Ti?8 la a metnoer ot tne Associated MST-the greatest news-collectens; assoclatioci in the world-and recelvaa over a special wire the roll telegraphic now* service ol: the Aaaoclated Preas?tno si?me news trom all over the United States and the world that la simultaneously re Ortved by the great dallies ot Hew Yor*, PhUadol ohla and Baltimore. JULY. S M T W T F 8 . 1 2 3 4 5 6 '7 8 9 10 11 13 13 14 15 10 IT IS 19 20 21 22 2=5 24 25 26 27 28 20 .50 .51 This Date In History?July 3, 1778?Tories and Indians massacred 300 Amer? icans at Wyoming, Pa. 1816?Mr.-*. Jordan, actress and mother of the 10 children of William IV, died in obscurity at St. Cloud, France; born in Ireland 1762. 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 3 July 1896

Coir? ail City His Some men In ase neir ncome by shaving people, othors by nasardonslnveetuienu In stocks and bonds, but the moet conservat vo und satis? factory Investment Is to be toned In Improved ?en.lug real estate. In a town th<: elr.n ot Komi oke with tbe permanent rental value th at prop? erty now bas money Judiciously lnteitsd yields a ?atl(f*ctory return. We are In thereat estate business and make a etndy of keeping I n touch with tho values ot property eo thai wo can con? scientiously tell you what Is tbe best lnvestinant for yonr money. Are you a young man Jost embarked on the matrimonial soa T The safety ot your voyage will depend to a large extent on whether you are In a rented ship, whose bell rings morning, noon and even at night to let in prospective purchasers who want to examine It, or whether you have a snug little craft of yonr own. We can salt you in the latter at from $HX) to $2,500 on cash pay? ments varying from $60 to $500, and tbe balance In sma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 3 July 1896

TBE MMIS YESTERDAY A SHUT OUf. The Farmers .From Petersburg Fared Very Badly. The Farmers were not In the game yes? terday after the fifth inning. Up to that time neither side had scored a run; it was a battle royal between the opposing twirl ?rs, Coons "and Stocksdale, but In the lat? ter part of the fifth iuulng, with two meu out and .t wo on bases, Kane dropped a ball that should have retired the side. Hill scored on the error. Then Cockmnu singled, Fleming smashed the ball into deep right field for three bases aud scored on Williams' single. During the hitting | melee five men chased each other around the bases and crossed the rubber. This lead of five runs proved too much for the visitors,who could not solve Coons' puzzling delivery: he pitched a magnifi? cent game hnd allowed the visitors but four scattering hits throughout the entire game, and never at any stagedid they ?et a man farther than second base. "Dusty" had wonderful control, only allowing one man to go to fu st on ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 3 July 1896

GREAT CLEARING and continue until all are sold, at COST kM BELOW COST! Our Entire Stock of SUMMER STUFFS! Consisting of LAWNS, DIMITIES, ORGANDIES, DOTTED SWISSES, SATINES, BLACK, CROSS BARRED and STRIPED MUSLINS, JACQUARDS, PERSIAN LAWNS, GINGHAMS, PERCALES, and Numerous Other Articles. We propose to dispose of these goods so as to make room for other goods, and, consequently, they must go. Come early and get the choice. BIG c?lN OUR lillineryDepartment A Fifty per cent. Cut cm All Our Trimmed Hats. $10 Trimmed Hat for $5.00 9 Trimmed Hat for 4.50 8 Trimmed Hat for 4.00 7 Trimmed Hat for 3.50 6 Trimmed Hat for 3.00 5 Trimmed Hat for 2.50 4 Trimmed Hat for 2.00 26 Salem Ave. Highest of all in Leavening Power.?Latest U. S. GoY*t Report ABSOLUTELY PUKE A small lot of furniture for sale cheap. All articles useful. No reasonable offer refused. Call at 118 Eighth avenue s. w. to-day anil to-morrow. MKS. JOHN F. JAMES. STILL POPULAR. "Flor De Freeman", all Havana, anil Frank Teller's "Chl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 3 July 1896

for Infants and Children. IHIRTY years' observation of Castorla with the patronage^of mUlione of pemonn, pormlt ws to speak of it withont gnesslng. It Is unquestionably tho boat remody for Infant? und Children tho world, Jinn ever knmra. It i? harmless. Children like it. It gives them health. It will save their lives. In It Mothers have something which In ahsolntoly safe and praetioally perfect as a child's medicine. Castorla destroys "Worms. Castorla allays Fovorishness. Castoria prevents vomiting; Sonr Card Cast or! a cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic. Castoria roll ovo s Toothing Tronhlos. Castoria euros Constipation and Flatnlonoy. Castoria neutralizes the off cots of oarhonlo acid gas or polsonons nlr. Castorla does not contain morphine, op tarn, or other narcoticjproj^r^y. Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels, giving healthy and natnral sleep. Castorla Is put np in one-sfie bottles only. It is not sold in bnlk. Don't allow any one to soil yon anything o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 3 July 1896

Worried, tired ? overworked ? sleeplessness? Jjlcomy?nervous. Nervous prostra? tion? No?Dys? pepsia Indigestion. Dr. Deane's Dys? pepsia Pills cure this sort of nervous prostration, and is almost the only medicine that will. A sample will be mailed free for the asking. For aale at druggists', zjc. and 50c. White wrapper if Constipated, yellow if bowels are loose. DR. J. A. DEANE CO., Kingston, N. V. Dr. Deane's Dyspepsia Pills. HENRY CLAY. In the history of American politics there have been many lofty statesmen and many brilliant leaders, but there have been only two who were party idols, whose personal following* were each characterized by an intensity of devotion such as was never possessed by Scottish chieftain or feudal lord. One has been but three years in his grave, and the magnetism of his winning personality is hardly yet a reminiscence. The other died forty-four years ago this day. An almost remarkable parallelism ex? isted between the characters and careers of those two br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 3 July 1896

SILVERlTES IX MARYLAND. Statement* by Delegate* to the Chicago Convent im. Tho Maryland delegaton to the Chicago convention"met at the Cur: . .It jn shortly after noon Monday to affect final arrange? ments for their journey. A number of prominent Democrats, includiug Senator Gorman. Col. Victor Baughman, ex-Rep? resentative Fred Talbott aud others were on hand and. prior to the meeting of the delegates the situation was thoroughly discussed. The steady growth of stiver svntintent since tho State convention is a. subject of general amazement and concern to the sound money element and the expression Of a number Of the delegates today indi? cates that when Maryland answers the roll call of the convention a surprising defection from the gold ranks is more than possible. Four of the delegates, ^Messers Pattison and Lewis, of the First districts and Claggett and Jones of the Fifth, arc avowedly silver men, and the indications point towards a substantial gain of others who arc now on the f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 4 July 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. VOL. XV_No. s:i7 PftlOH 1 IIK1SB VI&Att. ROANOKE, VA., SATURDAY, JULY ?, 1896. F0"? ASSOCIATED PK|:SS TELfGHlim T?K NEWS OK THE' WokL"* THE WE/.tUEH HO I'oreomat for Virginia: Continued I Mali tempei nture iu tlie Interior But m il)i . mottling: nhowers in the lifter- | noon ROd cooler southerly to; southwest? erly wind?. $}|Jewett Piano! Make a guess on a TiVfBS Coupon. We Will Give Away Another Hundred Dollar ('96) CLEVELAND BICYCLE and five $5 Pocket Kodaks September 15th. Every 25 ceut purrihaBe will entitle you to on 2 chance. We have issued a csrd to accommo? date sin aller purchases than 25 cen ts, so that every 5 ceutr. s pent counts toward a chanc?;. fviassie's Pharmacy. 10Q -JetTcreon Street. Ch irtrred in IS*). JULY 4th, 1776, Your forafathers declared their Independence from oppression. Now you run douh y celebrate this 120tb anniversary by taking a policy in ihn (.rand Old .KTNA and declaring your indepen? dence troni the ailments ?e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 4 July 1896

THE TJMES VMBT MOBBING. BXCBPT MONDAY BOANOKB PUBLI8BING CO.. rabllihen and Proprietor* tim Kb BUILDING, IB OAMFBBLL A V UN UK 8. W. TBRMS BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), <\Uj, one month. ? - three month!. " tlx months. j-}" ? one vear, In advance .... o.uu Sunday Bullion, one year . . . 1.W Yets tTmm Is a moraoer oi tno Associated rreas?the greatest news-collecting association In the worm?and receive* ovor a special wire the Ball telegraphic new* aervlco ot the Aeeoclated Freee?tno same news from all over the United Btatee and the world that la simultaneously re? ceived by the great dalllea oi Mew YorE. Fhtladel ehla and Baltimore. JULY. M T W T P S .. .. 1 2 :$ 4 5 0 7 f< !? 10 11 12 18 1-1 15 HI IT 18 1? 20 21 22 38 34 25 20 27 28 29 80 :tl This Date In fiistory?July 4. 1804 ? Nathaniel Hawthorne. American author, l>orii in Bslom, Mass.; died 1?M. JS07?Giusi-ppr Garibaldi, rev? olutionist, born in Nice; died tn Caprera June 1SS2. COS?Fisher Ames, Ameri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 4 July 1896

Some mon In ?sc neir ucoi'ie'>y ?havlng people, others by hazardouslnvesti icnts In stocke aud bonds, hut the most conservau v? and satis? factory Investment la to be fount'.u Improved ?eating real estate. In a town the sir,'; of Koan oke with the perrnncent rental valut that prop? erty row has money jurt'.ciouslyInvests 1 yields a satisfactory rctarn. We are in thereat estate bnsilnoss and make a rtndy of keeping I u tonch with the valnes of property so that wa can con? scientiously tell you what Is the best lnveotm int for your money. Are you a young man )UBt embarked on the matrimonial sei t The safety of your voya?c will depend to a large extent on whether you are (n a rented ship, whose bell rings morning, noon and even at night to let In prospective purchasers who want to examine it, or whether you have a ?sang little cratt of your own. Wo can suit yon In the latter at from $K>0 to $3,600 on cash pay? ments varying from #50 to $500, and the balance In sma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 4 July 1896

II TBE BUMS YESTERBfiY A BECOND DEFEAT. The Roanoke Team Had a Regular Picnic Yesterday. The Farmers received ? severe drubbing yesterday afternoon by: the locals, who pat up a ftrsl class article of ball. Nor ?com, recently signed by Petersburg, and who has heretofore pitched very ell.-, felve ball, was in the box (or the visitors, but his curves and drops had no effect on the locals.; he was batted all over the field. It literally rained hits. The ball was knocked up and down, crosswise and side? ways, hiKh and low, but always safely. NO room retired in t he seventh tuning in favor of Kelly, who as a pitcher is one of the "has beens." The latter fared no better than his predecessor: every time the ball was put over the plate it was smashed out generally for a safe bit. The work of the visitors on the field was very ragged, while on the other hand, the work of the locals was of an up- fco-dnte order. Bruner was Iii t he box for the locals and with the exception of the first inning ...

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