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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 September 1899

The Evening News, SATVTthAY. SI:I>TI:MI:I:I; L\ isou. FADS OF FASHION. Jackets aro shorter tliau heretofore, although longer models are by no meaas discarded. The blouse has taken such a hold oil the fashionable fancy that it appears everywhere. There is nothing more desirable than the medium length, trim and stylish jacket. It gives perfect freedom and is essentially the business woman's wrap. The demand for fancy valve* ii eamathing prodigious. Entire aw made of it, and enormous wraps, large enough to oover a woman up bodily, are built from this material. Bourette, camel's hairfabrlos and the - slightly rough surfaced materials to which so many popular grades of suiting belong are extensively used by the best tailors for handsome oostumes. It is said that there are ten distinct shades of reddish purple aside from the tone used in bishops' robes. This ecclesiastical purple is a most elegant and attractive shade and in fine goods is simply superb. Plain velvet in combinat...

Publication Title: Evening News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 2 September 1899

of tobacco CONSTANTLY KEI'T AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AND SOLO BY THE PLUG, POUND OR BOX. Country merchants nn l specially invited" to call and examine my stock. Why hoik I off and freight, When you run buy the name goods right at homo, at the name price? Hanes' Natural Leaf, Schnapps. (»inch, Electric, <>inch Druminond'sNatural Leaf, Kar|.v Bird. C> incli. Big Chew, Patterson's " Westover, " Royal Colors, ♦' j/Jf 1 ! 1 ?. '*? " AjTfx. •' Shenandoah, 44 Mild Burley " Georgia Beauty, 0 inch. Roosevelt'B Riders, 12 inch. Mayo s No. 1 •« May Apple, •• TownsliipNavv, 44 Country Twist, Nosegay, White Bear Navy Strawberry Twißt, AND ALL POPULAR BRANDS OF SMOKING TOBACCO AND CKJA RKTTES. 139"* Give me a call. OHAKLES ESHMAN, Hi-. NEXT DOCK TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON. IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN Eating Our Ice Cream TRY IT AT ONCE, And Make Your Comparison. YOD WILL GIVE I S YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. YOU WANT THE BEST! WE KEEP IT! LEAVE YOUR N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 September 1899

Volume 1, Number 102. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Informal ion and Benefit of Our Evening Readers. Price of wheat today 05 cents. Miss Maria Morrison has returned from a brief visit to New Market. Dorsey Hlsey, who is employed at Staunton, spent Sunday in this city. Mr. HerbertCoffman spent Sunday nt Rawley Springs with his family. Mr. T. M. Rohr was among the arrivals on Saturday evening's I?. & O. train. There was an extra train yesterday over the C. & W. from Bridgewater to Elkton. The Southern train came in quite late Saturday night, about 4.1 minutes behind time. Mr. James Points, traveling salesman, arrived at his home in this plnee on Saturday evening. Miss Josie McClaln, of Staunton,is visiting her brother, Mr. John McClaln, on North German street. Mr. Harry Mulliken, of New York, who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Geo. E. Sipe, returned to his home this morning. Mth. R. P. Stone, of Washington, D. C\...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 September 1899

The Evening News* PUIILISHKU DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BV ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postolllce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.] MONDAY, SEPTEMBER J. 18!)!). ANNOUNCEMEN TS. FOK THE STATE SENATE. TO THE VOTERS OF ItOCKINGIIAM CONUTY: —I heresby announce myself an independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November. 1H99. ('HAS. J. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. ir», 1809. FOll THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT the request of a large number of voters In Rockingham county I hereby announce my candidacy for the House of Pelef fates for the next term of our VirginfaLegiwature, and respectfully solicit the vote of every qualified voter within my county. If, "however," the Republicans of-Rockingham decltle to hold a nominating convention I will submit my claims to said convention Very respectfully, 0. I>. HARNSBKRGER. Grottoes, Va., Aug. 3 5, 1899. Firemen's State Convention. The thirteenth annual convention. J of the State Firemen's Associ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 September 1899

The Evening News, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, ISO!). A CLEVER RUSSIAN. It* Found a Method or Denting Bit Pernlan Creditor. In Persia, when a creditor fails to ge» his money in any other way, ho appeara in the debtor's house and sits down. Then ho does not move away till the delinquent pays up. He enters the debtor's sleeping apartments, if possiblo, and has his meals brought in. A few years ■go a Persian held an unsatisfied claim against the British government, and he presented himself before the British minister one day and camped out in his private office. The minister did not see the joke, and sent for a policeman. That made a lot of noise and trouble, and the Russian representative in Teheran evidently learned a lesson from it, for he managed a case of the same kind much differently. The Persian who demanded money from the Russian (Count Kolomeisow) was a holy man, a dervish, and when he ■at down in the Russian's anteroom to Wait till the latter paid his disputed claim Oount Kolomeisow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 4 September 1899

BI}AHDS Op TOBACCO CONSTANTLY KEPT AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AND SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUND 01? BOX. « hVf l ! , i££* l,l<l *1 n1 ' 1, s lHHi»illy invited to rail anil examine my slock. Wliv solid off and pu> freight, when you can buy the same n'omln right at home, at. Ihe same price? HAnon' Natural Leaf, Schnapps. (»inch. Electric, (J inch Drummond nNalural Leaf, lOarjy tfird, <» inch. 11m- Chew Venible H 1 H " Wwtover, ;; Iloyal C olors, Mild Ilurlev 4 - Ajux, Shenandoah. \llivn'« Nn 1 .. Georgia Beauty, <» inch. Koosev« It's Riders. 12 inch. 00 i rv Twisi Mi'.v Apple. Township Navy. B t raw Irerr™ Twi hI, - N,,M, *"- V - Whit, Bear Navy •• AND ALI, rpi'll.Ali JUiAMIS (IK SMOKINO TOBACCO AMI CI(}AKKTTKS. ESS* Hive me « cull. CHARLES ESHMAN, Sr. iNEXT POOR TO HOTKL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COHPABISOH. IF YOI HAVEN'T BJIUN' Eating Our Ice Cream TRY IT AT ONCE, And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILL GIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. YO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 September 1899

Volume 1, Number 103. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OP INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Informal ion anil Benefit of Our Eventiig Readers. Price of wheat today 05 cents. Mr. Ed. C. Martz is in Broadway today on business. The Supreme Court of Appenls met In Staunton this morning. Mr. J. N. Swank, of the county, was In this city yesterday. Mr. D. O. Dechert has gone to Richmond for several days' stay. Mr. Jno. N. Garber is attending the Morgan Grove (W. Va.) Fair. Today is Hebrew New Year day and was properly observed as such. Hou. John Acker, of the county, was a visitor to this city yesterday. Mr. E. W. Carpenter, wife and two children went to Baltimore this morning. Hose Co. No. 4 was out yesterday evening and made several pretty practice runs. Messrs. Jas. H. Bowman and N. H. Hawkins, travellngsalesmen, arrived here yesterday evening. Mr. Chas. Rogers, who lias been in Shenandoah county on a vacation, returned to this city yesterday. Mr. John R. Suter went to Lexington th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 September 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postotlice at Harrisonburg as second-class matter. 1 TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER .7. 1899. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THE STATE SENATE. TO THE VOTERS OF ROCKINGHAM CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself an Independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CHAN. J. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. lf>. 1899. FOR THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT the request of a large number of voters in Rockingham county 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the House of Delegates for the next term of our Virginfa Legislature, and respectfully solicit the vote of every qualified voter within my county. If, "however," tlie Republicans of Rockingham decide to hold a nominating convention I will submit my claims to said convention Very respectfully, C. I). HARNSBERGER. Grottoes, Va., Aug. 15,1899. Yellow fever haw appeared at New Orleans. Its coining at all Is unfortunate, but developing ho near t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 September 1899

The Evening News. TVESDA r. SEPTEMBER .7, 1809. Dr. McVlckar Acceptn. Philadelphia, Nov. 15.—Rev. Dr. W. N. McVlckar, of Holy Trinity Episcopal church, yesterday announced hla Intention of accepting the call from the Rhode Island diocese to become bishop coadjutor of that diocese. The announcement was made to Dr. McVlckar'a congregation by Rev. Benjamin Watson, the former being out of town. In a letter from Dr. McVlckar he said that it would be weeks, and perhaps months, before he would be required to enter upon his new field. He has been rector of Holy Trinity for 22 years, and was the successor to the late Phillips Brooks. Th« Ancient Umbrella. Ob ooim in the rock carvings of the ancient* the nmbrella often shows its familiar form. This goes to prove that Jonas Hanwiiy did not invent Che umbrella, bat be saw the value of the eastern sunshade and soon it beoame the fashion to carry this useful artiole. There must be a great difference between the umbrella of the eighteenth century ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 5 September 1899

standard BRANDS OF TOBACCO CONSTANTLY KEPT AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE AND SOliD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUfID OR BOX. Country merchants arc specially invited to rtill and twain hie my stock. Why send off and pay freight, when you run buy the snmej4'onds ritfht at home, at the Hume price? Hanes' Natural Leaf. Schnapps,o inch. Electric, 0 inch Drummond's Natural Leaf, Earjv JMrd, fi inch, Bitf Chew, Patterson's •• Westover, - Royal Colors, VepjM>le,s " AJux, " Shenandoah. Mild Burley '• Georgia llcauty, 0 inch. Roosevilt's Itiders, 12 hu 11. Mayo'sNo.l " May Apple. • Township Navv, Country Twist, Nosegay. White Hear Navy Strawberry Twist, AND ALL POIT'LAR It RANDS OF SMOKING TOPACCO AND CIGARETTES. * me a call. CHARLES KWII>I V\,Sr. NEXT DOOK TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON IK YOU HAVEN'T liEEN Eating Our Ice Cream TRY IT AT ONCE, And MakoYour Comparison. YOU WILL GIVE ITS YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. YOU WANT THE BEST! WE KEEP IT! LEAVE YOUR NEXT ORDE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 September 1899

Volume 1, Number 104. THE CITY COUNCIL. REGULAR MONTHLY MEETING HELD LAST NIGHT. The Treasurer's Report Submitted auti its Showing Gratifying to the Members. The regular meeting of the City Council for September was held in the Council Chamber last night. All the members of the Council were present except Messrs. Guy or and McGlauchlin. The business transacted was mainly of a routine character. The sewerage matter was not called up owing to the absence of Engineer Davis. The finance committee recommended that there be no reduction in licendfe tax on shooting galleries, and the recommendation was npproved. Upon the recommendation of the water committee it was ordered that the main be extended on Franklin street from Main, 725 feet, at an estimated cost of #450. Rents to the amount of $21 per annum, and a cash contribution of $50 by Messrs. Bucher and Steigel were guaranteed. A three-inch water extension of SOO feet on South German street, at a cost not to exceed $:M)0, was recommende...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 September 1899

The Evening News. PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BV ROB'T B. SMYTHE. Entered In the Postofllce at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.! WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6,1899. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THE STATE SENATE. rPO THE VOTERS OP ROCKINGHAM JL CONHTY:—I hereby announce myself an independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th dav of November, 1899. CJIAS. .1. BROCK. Harrisonburg, Va., Aug. lf>, 1899. FOR THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT the request of a large number of voters in Rockingham county I hereby announce my candidacy for the Rouse of Delefjat.es for the next term of ourVirginfn Legisature, and* respectfully solicit the vote of every qualified voter within my county. If, "however," the Republicans of Rockingham decide to hold a nominating convention I will submit my claims to said convention Very respectfully, C. I). IIARNSBERGER. Grottoes, Va., Aug. 15, 3 899. THE APPLE CROP. From ull we can I warn tlie apple crop this year will he a short one, the appl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 September 1899

The Evening News. WEDNESDA Y, SEPTEMBER (i, ISM. Bdafitit a Tramp** Memoirs. The audoolty and wit of the American tramp are proverbial, and undoubtedly they often savo him from harshef treatment than his merits and demerits entltlo him to. A country house near Buffalo recently received a call from one of this species. The man was dirty, unkempt and unmistakably a tramp. He also boro the signs of addiction to strong drink and general worthlessness. The humorous touoh that finished the picture as he i came up with a genial smile and a good. deal ,of manner was a round and fresh .'clerical collar which had been lifted very rocently from the premises of the neighboring college. "Madam," said, "I am a missionary but lately returned from long years of servloe in Wilna and other heathen lands. For the sake of health and relaxation I am renewing my acquaintance with nature and my native land in this unconventional manner. To help pay my way lam selling for the moroly nominal price of IB cen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 6 September 1899

STANDARD BRANDS OF TOBACCO CONSTANTLY KEPT AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE and sold BY THE piece, plug, POUND or box. Country merchants art? specially invited to call ami examine my stock. Why Hem I off ami puy when you can l»uy tlie name goods right at home, at Hie name price? Hlines'Natural Leaf. Schnapps. <1 incli. I'leclric. flinch Drununond'sNatural Leaf. Larjy Jlinl. (I inch. Dig Chew, Patterson's " WeHtover. " Koyal Colors. " Venable,H " Ajwx, ' " Shenandoah, Miltl Burley Georgia Deauty. (»inch. Itoosevc-lt's Riders. 1i: inch. Mayo'H No. 1 •• .May Apple. Township Navy, Country Twist., .Nosegay, White Hear Na'vv Strawberry Twist. AND ALL rOI'ILAK it HANDS DT SMOKIMJ TOHACCO AND CK.AK KTTES. Give me a call. CHARLES ESHMAN, SsSv. NEXT 1»< X )It TO HOTEL CEAKENDON. DRAW THE COmPABISOW. IF YOIT HAVEN'T BEEN Eating Our Ice Cream TRY IT AT ONCE, And Make Your Comparison. YOU WJLL GIVE CS YOITK FIJTUKE ORDERS. YOU WANT THE BEST!- WE KEEP IT! LEAVE YOUR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 September 1899

Volume 1, Number 105. RAWLEY SPRINGS. A VISITOR'S IMPRESSION OP THAT SUMMER RESORT. A Home-Millie "Operetta" which may Attract Wider Attention, than Anticipated. Rawi.icy Spring, Sept. I.—The distinctive characteristic of this year's seu.son at the Rawley Springs lias been its extreme sociability and the frank and cordiai life of the guests with one another. It has almost seemed like a large family connection, or band of associates conic; together where every one exerts himself to be agreeable to his neighbor and enliunc the general pleasure. Add to this an unusually high tone in the manner of taking and giving pleasure, and every one agrees that the sojourn at this favored health resort, in the mountains near the valley of Dry Itlver, has been a in utter of great rest and help to body and spirit, as well as escape from worry and boredom. A powerful tonic water, cool shades and breezes, mountains and vales for climbs and walks, delightful companions, restful conversations and talks,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 September 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ' KOB'T B. SUYTHE. Enterefi In the Postofllce at Harrisonburg ay second-class matter.! THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7,ISO!). ANNOUNCEMENTS. KOlt THE STATE SENATE. rpo THE YOTKKK OF HOCK I Mill AM X CONUTY: —I hereby announce myself «n independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November, 1899. CHAS. J. lUIOCK. Harrisonburg, Ya., Aug. 15,1899. FOR THE HOUSE OF I>KLEGATES. 'AT the request of a large number of voters J\. in Kockingham county 1 hereby announce my candidacy for the House of Delef rates for the next term of our Yirginfa Legisature, and respectfully solicit the vote of every qualified voter within my county. If, "however," tlie Itcpublieniis of Kockiughnm decide to bold a nominating convention 1 will submit my claims to said convention Very respectfully, <\ I). HAIiNSHEUUEii. Grottoes, Ya., Aug. 1899. The 25th annual convention of the American Bankers' Association met in Cl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 September 1899

The Evening News. THURSDA Y, SEPTEMBER 7, 1S!)9. NOT THE WAY IT WAS. Chlnffa Had Not Chanced at All Since H« Was VoniTg. Three young mon were sitting together in the rotunda of one of the big hotels. They were discussing tho progress of invention. "It's Btrange," said one, "how completely old ways of doing things have been superseded. You may talk about its being hard to introduce inventions, but if a scheme is any goo<Tit'll be universally adopted nowadays in no tlmo. Why, you'll find even middle aged men who remember when everything in use was different. There's hardly a thing now that's done the same way or by the same appliances as it was when they were young. Why, my unole can remember the time when every kind of goods was made by hand, and he isn't very old either. It's laughable to hear him tell how they used to get along. Everything, it seems, was done about the slowest and hardest way on earth. People used to think that they were in the world to work, and it didn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 7 September 1899

standard BRANDS OF TOBACCO CONSTANTLY KEPT AT CHAS. ESHMAN'S TOBACCO AND CIGAR STORE BHD SOLD BY THE PIECE, PLUG, POUND OR BOX. (Joli 11 try merchants nw specially invited to rail ami examine iny stock. Why kcikl off and p*iy freight, when you ran buy tlie Hamejroods ritfht at home, at Ihc name price? Hanes' Natural Leaf, Schnapps, 0 inch, Electric, (» inch Drummond'sNatural Leuf. ICariy Bird, (»inch, Bin-Chew, Patterson's " AVostover. " Hoy ill Colors. *' Venable.s " Ajox. " Shenandoah, " Mild Burley " Georgia Beauty, (5 inch. Roosevelt's ltiders, 12 inch. Mayo'sNo.l " May Apple, • Township Navy, Country Twist, Nosegay. AVhite Bear Navy St raw berry Twist, AND ALL roiTLAK BHANDS OF SM()KIN(i TOBACCO ANT) CICIAKKTTKS. Give me a call. CHARLES ESHMAN, Sr. NEXT DOOR TO HOTEL CLARENDON. DRAW THE COMPARISON. IF YOU HAVEN'T BEEN Eating Our Ice Cream TRY IT AT ONCE, And Make Your Comparison. YOU WILL (JIVE US YOUR FUTURE ORDERS. YOD WANT THE BEST! WE KEEP IT! LEAVE YOUR NEXT ORDER. SS. W. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 September 1899

Volume 1, Number 106. LOCAL HAPPENINGS LIVE NOTES OF INTEREST TO OUR OWN FOLKS. Gathered for the Information and Benefit of Our Evening: Readers. Miss Ella May, of Timberville, i H visiting at Forestville. Severn! G. A. It.men passed through here this morning going northward. Miss Madge Driver has gone to Staunton to enter the Mary Baldwin School. Mr. E. W. Carpenter and wife returned last evening from a visit to Baltimore. Mr. W. L. Fulfz, of New Market, left here this morning for home after a, short visit. Mr. J. W. VnnLear, who luis been In Eastern cities buying goods, returned last night. Miss Mamie Arbogast, of High street, left yesterday afternoon on a visit to Woodstock. Miss Jennie Miller, who has been away on a visit for some time, returned home yesterday. Miss Moggie Miller, of Timberville, who spent the summer at Orkney, has returned to her home. Mr. Verne Slater has returned to his home in tills city after several week's stay in Woodstock. Mr. Geo. Harrison, of this coun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Evening news — 8 September 1899

The Evening News* PUBLISHED DAILY (EXCEPT SUNDAYS) BY ROB T B. SMYTHE. Entered in the Postoflice at Harrisonburg as second-class matter.l FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER S, ISO!). ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR THE STATE (SENATE. 110 THE YOTKIIS OF ROCKINGHAM . CONIJTY: —1 hereby announce myself an independent candidate for the State Senate, to be voted for on the 7th day of November. 1800. ('HAS. J. JVROCK. Harrisonburg, Ya., Aug. lfi. 1800. FOR THE HOUSE OF DELEGATES. AT the request of a large number of voters in Rockingham county I hereby announce my candidacy for the House of Delegates for the next term of ourYirginfa Legislature, and respectfully solicit the vote of every qualified voter within my comity. If. "however," the Republicans of Rockingham decide »to hold a nominating convention I will submit my claims to said convention Very respectfully, <\ I). lIARNSTtKRCiER. Grottoes, Ya., Aug. 15, 1800. TRIED TO SUBDUE THE EDITOR. We are planned to note that the editor of our highly entwined co...

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