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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 28 August 1898

As our fall goods will soon begin to arrive we must clear our stock of all remaining summer goods. It will be your gain?our loss?even if you should keep them for next season, as it will pay you. All of our remaining untriin motl hats will be sold for Trimmed hats worth from $3.00 to $5.00 will be sold lor Our black and colored trimmed Sailors /CQr that sold from $1.00 and upwards 0/1). OTHER MILLINERY. Children's 25c Sailors now Tor 15c Children's Tain O'Shantu Caps, in all olors, for 13c Children's Eaton Caps tor 9c Children's Lace Poque Bonnets that ild lor $ 1.00 to $2.00. now 69c Children's Lace Caps that sold ror j cents, now 39? Lace Caps that sold for 50 cents, n< Lace Caps that sold for 25c. and 85c 10 w Lace Caps that sold tor 15c., nc 9c MUSLIN UNDERWEAR. . Ladies" Drawers, full size, with r?ttle [ cambric: regular 25c brand, now 19c Umbrella Drawers, with Cambric lttlle and edge-, or hemmed and i.'ks, regular 85 cent kind, for Cambric Drawers, with two rows ale...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 28 August 1898

JULIA WAE!) HOWE. CONSIDERED BY EUROPEANS AS THE FOREMOST WOMAN IN AMERICA. Dui From ? Wlutnr in Home t>Ue Hastens to 11 Club Meeting a* Soon it* Nlio tiet* On Shore?Her Stuintird tar Americans Still tlio Highest nnil ltent. Mrs. Julia Ward Howe, after lier winter in Home, passed a few days in Boston before goiug to her Newport country palaces. The season abroad had not lessened her devotion to the club idea, for hardly bail she set her foot on. shore when she found herself at a club gathering, in this case the annual meeting uf the New England Women's club, of which she has been president for so many years. This in itself?this hastening to a club meet? ing immediately after a tedious ocean voyage?would be possible to few wo? men in their eightieth year. Yet if she could have her own way. Mrs. Ibawe would not have hesitated to follow her ocean voyage with a journey to Den? ver. After six months ahraad, Mrs. Howe seemed in the best of health and spir? its, and was ready to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 August 1898

Sewer System ... Discussed at Length. COMMISSION TOO HASTY Tili? Seeiiixt? Be Hie (ieneritl Opinion, us It Nt> Authority to tin.el ion El.fclln . i roll, i'm Si.tct Kl 1(111 to MhUii Connect Inns. The special meeting of the Business Men's Association, hehl in Ihr Brnxtiui building lust night, which was . alle,I by President W. 1:. Vest at tin- request of ten members fur Hie purpose of consid? ering the action of the sewer commis? sion in acquiescing in Engineer Alexan? der Potter's detenu nation in make con? nections to the curbing in the al.s nc of any ordinance stipulating that the expense -hall be borne by the property holders, was well attended by repiesec tative citizens. ? After calling the meeting to order President \V. 1;. Vest read the call, and then Mr. J. A. Ilirshberg was recog? nized. ,!!?? staled that In- was one o: the signers of the petition for the call ? and desired to make a statement so that his position might lie understood. It," had been informed tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 August 1898

DAILY f?nfte Saiiig :prcss C. E. THAOKER, Editor and Manage PUBLISHED EVERY MORXIXO EXCEPT MONDAY BY THE <Pmft| Press Company j Limited. POSTOFFICE BUILD1 NO. The D y Press may be obtained every morning at the following places: Crossley Bros.. Washington avenue J. A. Corey. Aere. Chesapeake <fc Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson, No. 7 Ivy avenue. Parties other than those having ledg? er accounts with the paper, civic s cleties and military organisation*, a required to pay for transient adv. tlsements in advance. An Increase 3.'tl-3'per cent, will ho charged for tran? sient advertisements not paid for in advance and no transient advertia ment will be booked for less spti than one Inch. To illustrate: one-half inch Is ",0 cents, one inch 7.". cents for one time, when paid in advance; 1 they will be $1.00 If charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money remembering this notice, which applies1 in ail cases, irrespective of linancial responsibility. Advertising r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 August 1898

i ? ? b a n aas an d a ? c * e a * a c D a o i i 94 c a 13 ? ? c n a b ? a e q c b g *i a u a ? a a ? bp ? * b a The assigned stock of Webb & Mears lias been bought by J- F. liowe,who will offer for sale at cost > for cash only, beginning Thursday morning at 8 o'clock the most complete line of Men's, women's and Chi] drens' Shoes, Oil and Rubber Goods, Dry Goods and Notions, Lace Ciirtains,Mattings and Oil Cloths, Ladies' Capes and and Jackets, Quilts and Blankets, Ladies' waists and Underwear, Kid Gloves, Corsets and Ladies' and Men's fine Negligee Shirts. fill Goods to Be Solfl tor Gash and Gash Only 1 GOOIS DELIVERED. 10 GOODS TAKEN OUI 01 APPROVAL. STORE WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK Stop the Gar at Webb k Mears' Store, 2,8 Queen Street & HAMPTON, VIRGINIA. I JliSt .RfiGRlVfi? i i Oxford Teachers' Bibles, | With Index :\ml (;oniioril- * f I PRI6E>, SI to $5. | 4 t & Also an assortment ^ 4 of other Bibles, Ilyny- | T nals a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 30 August 1898

CZAR'S PROPOSITION His Plan for Universal Peace Widely Discussed. DISTRUSTED IN FRANCE. Fru'tloo ofMlftSuKgt'Ktiuli K? curded on StiiertH? hu Al.solut?' ImpiiHHthlllty. iii-ii fi ralne from tin Kellgloui* World. t By Telegraph.) LONDON. Aug. 29.?The papers a filled with discussions, comments ai opinions as to the circular of the Em? peror Nicholas. The most world-shak? ing event cnulil hardly have produced such a coup as this suggestion, the frui- . lion of which is regarded on all sides | as an absolute impossibility. This being holiday season, it is ditli cult to obtain the opinions of public men on the subject. The religious lolldle >blc ?>?. Nil pill,he!; d. Lore decline, ind say hieraus bishops have ahead; expressed their views in that Among statesmen iutervie' Kimberly. the Liberal leader, dec in express a hasty opinion bey. ing that the proposal was one . ul most importance. The Marquis of Lipon said: "1 heartily wish tin- proposal ul Sir Charles Dilke. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 31 August 1898

I flmiattid I i Press i * DiSD?t6H6S. I * Hilf* I f LARGEST $ CIRCULATION VOL [II, NO. 208. NEWPORT NEWS, VA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 181)8. p I > I Q~p SINGLE COPY, TWO GEN TS ONE WEEK, TEN CENTS. THIS Cim CHOICE Republicans Will Support Dr. Charles for Congress. LEADING MEN FAVOR III His Name Will He ruined Iterore the n. folk Coi.vei.ltuti Next \\ t ?I,oh.lay. I>r. Itlehlir.l A WIh.Ch (:iianv)>n Slim. Newport News w.lace a e.indidalr; before the Republican Congros*iui.;il Convention of district, which will be h.-ld in Norfolk Wednesdav S-n em. ber 7. ' This candidate will lie Dr. .losepi Charles, a practicing physician, wb has hecn a resident of Newport N-w for tin- last lilteeij years. While tin nine delegates from this city go to in. convention iminstructed. it is knowi thai they will support Dr. Charles t. a man. and it is certain that the War? wick county delegates will also eo f,? hi in. Dr. Charles is well known in politic.-, circles. Last sp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 31 August 1898

ad i ii?* fe? iii! DAILY c. E. THACKER, Editor and Manag.-i PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MON DA V BY TH E Pfiilu Press f?ompami Limited. PORTOFPli :e BUIL1 UNO. The Daily Press may he obtained every morning at ihe 1'..11.,wing places: Crossley Bros., Washington avenue J. A. Corey, Acre. Chesapeake & Ohio Res tau runt. Charles Robinson, No. 7 Ivy av nue. Parties other than those having Inlg er accounts with the paper, civic so? cieties and military organization.-, an required to pay for transient adver? tisements In advance. An increase ,.t :i.'I 1-3 per cent, will be charged for tran? sient advertisements not paid for in advance and no transient advertise? ment will he book.-l for less spa. c than one inch. To illustrate: one-hap inch Is 50 cents, one Inch 70 cents fot one time, when' paid in advance: hut they will be $1.00 if charged. Tran sient advertisers will save mom y h; remembering tills notice, which appli, in all eases, iries).live of Ummeln responsibility. Ad...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 31 August 1898

Entire stock of 7 TU bought by J. F. VE, Hampton, Ya Wait lor Turthef flnnoimcement. No. 10 Queen St., 9 Hampton, Va. I Just.KSSSlMl i ! I 7 A largo line of f I Oxford Teachers' Bibiss lwu>) ?p Wit.li Index and Concord- * an.-... f PRICE,. $i to $5. 1 Also an assortment i of* other Bibles, llym- $ f nals and Prayer Books ?! ? for all denominations. j f Hampton to Go.. | ^ Masonic Building ^! I Hamptun, Ya. is f *.| aoa"tg'?S'?0'?t8'>0?"<"0"-0"goO..^ Hampton College Classical school for Girls and Young Ladies. Session begin September 20th. For catalogue, &c., address, MISS FITCHETT, Hampton, Ya For Bare Bargains in Gall on 9 Xing St. Hampton, Ya. Farms, houses and lots in town ami county for sale. p7& MESSENGER, Genera! Carpenter, ?MiMFA.'T.IIKKK OF BUILDERS' SUPPLIES, Frames. Sash, Blinds & Ogois tVlanieJs and Mouldings. QUEEN SREETT, HAMPTON VA. P. O. BOX 1?2 Window Screens That Really Protect from the flies and o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 31 August 1898

:r's policy He Outlines it to a Numbei of Newspaper Men. TO REORGANIZE THE ARMY Aoxlou? to ",l.l..|>! h Firm Iin?.riii.tl..i.:i M?n.I. Oik. It .Ml It <>r Which W i.ut.l Hi- !<> Cl.c.lc l-aiglamr.. Anil, tlon." i I'.y T. legraph > LONDON, aub. ?.-.:,,,,?:? wwio according to :, dispatch fi ?, u ,',lr published hero this afternoon h- < ? Iii!.-.I his futur. policy. ] I .. p,s .. npp.-i.rs. to I,., independent i, ,t? ,: -j government and .if the opposition "a ways ainiintr t.i preserve tin- count: and to ii-oi gani/.c ii-.,- nrinv." , . pi,-ss.-s tii- belief that the Cm-lists hit Plenty of mur.ev, some of which 1 ? leges, comes from Franc-. H<- s'avs united Republicans hr.ve n . person; animus against tin- Queen, their .i:,| object being to "adopt a firm, itn ra? tional stand, on,, c-suh f -a hi.-h .void b- to cheek in some measure Kngl.l ;.| ambit ion." iz ?? .? ti.m.tl if i i ,-: which called upon ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 September 1898

1 i Pres? VOL Ilf, NO. 20!). NEWPORT NEWS, VA., TillaSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1898. I> 1? I -Ol? SINGLE COPY, TWO CENTS I IVJlVJ-Ili ONE WEEK. TEN CENTS. LIST OFJTEXT BOOKS Those That Will Be Used This Year. SESSION BEGINS SEPT. 12 Olil School li Till th.- Nr Hi. aril I.lings Will IIb decupled STILL in TIIKl:<)AI)S :iu<inlor Did Sol sail Yt-sieidiy After Notwithstanding Hi,, positive sttuo lenl, made yesterday morning, ih:U ho I'. S. S. Lancaster would sail .11 : ? lo. k for Portsmouth. M. 11.. that v. -. ?I was siill lying off the Old I'oinl oek al a late hour last night. Wir. in- did not have cm Id not lie use. r city 12. l|IUl o f the The public s.ho.,1.-. of lb open on Monday. Seplembei Professor II. II. Kpes, prliii High School, and 11.ther teachers are getting ready lor the opening session of lS'JS-'fll). and so are th,- ehildreli. 11 had been hoped thai the new school build? ings would be ready for occupancy a-, the opening of ib.- ensuing scholacti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 September 1898

1 DAILY f heim g -press C. E. TH ACKER. Editor ami Managet published every moisni no i:x' :ept m> in da -. 1! v T 11 K |?nily JJrcss Cfompnmj Limitol. POST' IPFII 'K Ut.HLDINl;. Tlie Daily Press may be obtain.-, every morning at the following places: Civssley Bros., Washington avenue .1. A. Corey. Acre. Chesapeake & < >hi.> Restaurant. Charles Robinson. No. 7 Ivy av nue. Parties other than thus.- having letlg er accounts with the paper, civic so clelies .'111.1 military nrganixnt inns, a-. ie<iuired lo pay far transient ndv.-r tisements in advance. An increase ?? 381-3 percent, will be charge.! t' u iran sient advertisements nut pari for ;i advance and n ? transienl advertise merit will be I.U-d for less spa. than one inch. To illustral : . -hal inch Is 50 . ems. one Inch 7S ci ills lo one time, when paid in ndvi.: I u they will be $1.00 if churged. Tran slent advertisers will' save m.mA- b> remembering ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 September 1898

& Mears lias been offer for sale at cost ?sday morning: at 8 s,"v omen s i >, i^ace ^/iiriaiiis?Mattmgs an Ladies' Capes and and Jackets, Quilts md Ladies9 waists and Underwear, Kid (loves, Corsets tidies' and Men's fine Negligee Shirts. WILL E E OPE/V stop tue Gar at mm & Mflrs' store 28 Queen Street Call on Kin a St. Hampton, Ya. A large li<>< h Oxcord Teachers1 Bibles, X With Index and Concord I FR IGE, Si to $5. Farm.-, houses and lt>ts in town and county for sale. b. j. mm Chicago Great Wertem. Market Quotation^rorn Leading Busines;enters> in a Dealers in Land. A. I-Teinickol. of Phoebus, well know as a thorough business man and < sterling integrity .and honor, has bought the right, Lille and interest of ?\ B Hoaglnnd of about ISO lots called "Hoaghiiul." three blocks fi-uin Queen street, 1 lam].urn. and it will !>?? known hereafter as "Ii Kl NICKBD." Mr. S. .1 Brown ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 1 September 1898

GYHTON'S REPORT Charges as to Camp Thomas HospitalsIRepudiated. A MINUTE INVESTIGATION A ltrgudler Ceneral Suyailiu Whole tnbllHlimcilt at Cht--U><,tti . no; ? l\irk. Within ami Without llu liilli.u' autl Tentr<.lH In Perfect Ortler. fever patients were Found, many bi t, ? men were oiistanUy asking for fuo I. and. us a mutter ut" course, were as constantly denied everything except the lighter forms of :' od, which aCone can !?<-? safely administered to recover? ing typhoid patients. This refusal ol food throughout th ? hospitals, by which fBy Telegrapn.) WASHIXGTOX. Aug. 81.?Secreia. y Alger today received the report of Gen? eral II. V. Hoynion upon the state I affairs in the hospitals at Cum;. Thomas. The report is dated August The general nays that his instruct io a were to report th.- numb. , ,,; character ..: illness, number of -en.s' tloor spa. ,.- per patient, the ade-piae-, ant! suitability ,.! ?.ittendnnis, and whether the medical ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 September 1898

ii CIRCULATION iOL 11!, NO. 21?. NEWPORT NEWS. VA.. FRIDAY, SEP THAI 15ER 2," 1S!?8. Local Yard Underbids All Competitors. AN 18 KNOT BATTLESHIP Uul One I'ropiiKi.l Silin ThlH Spend ?in illicit r.i It Wh ibaat Wilmington. In i-hod Cunhont Helena, launched in 1S1IR. Tus El Torn, for I':t.? iiiL- I mprov -in-at .pany. launched in IStil. Tim Dorothy, fur Now Yorl; .v.- North in railway, launched in tssil. Steamship 111 Sml. l'ur Morgan Lino, lunched in In;i2. Steamship El None, lor Morgan Lino. iunehe.1 in IS92. St, amsliip El Rio. for Morgan Line. ?hoi ih I'ilol Tin; A. lim heil I Str.. hip Kl i in isa:t. ml .loin . E. Dev .!. i'm- Morgan Line. II. I-:.-till, lor Savan ^CHO?L??ARDMEETS U - Session Held last Regular v. *'ighj. . ? - OPENED PLUMBING BIDS diip ill b i t Ni the Ii AI least another haul built ai the works of the : Shipbuilding I >r.v 11 ie! the near future and l le i bilily thai two men -of. w: class will be constructed here. The sealed proposals for Ih.i struct...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 September 1898

m mm 3 DAILY ^fielt?31 12 5?ress C. K. TRACKER, Editor and Manager. PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT Mi INDA V BY TH E Press (T ompaiuj Limited. POST! IFFICE BUIB1 UNO. Tlie Daily Press may lie uhtained every mi lining al Hie following places: Cr-.ssl.-y Bros.. Washington avenue. J. A. Corey. Acre, i ?liesnp. nlie & Ohio Restaurant. Charles Robinson, No. 7 Ivy av. nue. Parties other than those having le Ig er accounts with the paper, civic so? cieties and military organizations, ate required to pay for transient adver? tisements in advance. An increase of 33 1-3 percent, will he charged for tran? sient advertisements not paid for in advance and nn transient advertise? ment will lie hooked r..r less sv<- ? than one Inch. To illustrate: otie-hslf Inch Is r,n cents, on,- Inch 70 cents for one time, when paid in advance: hut they will he 51.fit' ir charged. Tran? sient advertisers will save money by remembering this notice, which applies In all cases, irrespective o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 September 1898

For Kare Bargains in Gall on King St. Hampton, Ya. Farms, houses and lots in town and county {'or sale. S.J." BROWN/ GO., Dealers in Land. A. Heiniekel, ?,f Phoebus, well known qp a thorough business man ami Sti rling integrity nnd honor, lias bott the riglit. title ami ^interest of C. H Hoaglaml of aliottt 120 lots called "Hoagland," three blocks fron Queen street, Hamilton, and it win be known hereafter as "1-JEINlOKEJ*" Mr. S. J. Brown owns one-third ol" the some and i A. Ileiniekel two-thirds, having alsc bought out J. I "avis Ilecd, of Norfolk These hits will lie sold very cheap. Tie investment of one or more lets, il bought now. will pay a tremendous pet cell tilge to the buyer, and we have four farms with oyster water fronts ui mile from Hampton, IT acres each. Address, S.J. Brown &Go. LOCK BOX 225. HAMPTON, VIRGINIA I When VisitiiKj PIiocImis Gail at, fiTHOS. fl. DOUGIiTy.f g PROPRIETOR. * * Wines, ti(|iiors and Cirjars. J Meals at all hours. Lodging. | Ltdies" a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 2 September 1898

outburst oi , of the community lurneu oi.. and from tlie depot to the Harber res donee, where the MoKinlev.- nr.- t. i guests of .Mrs. MeKiiiiey's sifter, il. streets, which are bright ami ehe. tin with Mags .aid other displays ol tie- ua tianal colors, were a mass of hutiiunit> 'I'm- arrival was so near the noon boa, that employees ??! many factories .-uc and joined Ihe throng about the stal on President and .Mrs. McKinley weie driven direil In the Harber h inn-, wie-,,, their sia> nt a lew boms was shorn ..1 all formality. MnJ. Wohl, i'. Haves, as well as CMI.oiiel ami .Miss Mvr'on T Herri, U. will 1.f lhe easiboun I |.url\ leaving line. PA HEWKI.r, I3EM< IN'fTllATIi iN. '1 he cheer* and lhe shouts of en thusiaslic Unntoiiiniis which wel coined President McKinley and parlj duplicated this evening in bidding tin m fureweli as they boaidcd tin- trail, which is hearing them tdwaul th ? can p of volunteer soldiers at M.miutik Poii.t ? 'flic reception i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 September 1898

t *\SSWiiat6? Press DISO? <\ t VOL III, NO. 2tl. LARGEST CtRGUL.f\TION 'NEWPORT NEWS, VA., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 181)8. ODim? SINGLE COPY.TWO CENTS 1 KlUJCa ONE WEEK. TEN CENTS. Business Men Opposed to j Employing'Mr. Poiter TO MAKE CONNECTIONS' The Common "Council 1'aliilniieil to Ap pulut.it Commit tec to Consul! Willi lli.'l'.ranurimil His It,mils. men illiiiill ik Clutlige.. Old Point Comfort has beon til* see of many brilliant social events, but Llie | ball given al the Chumberliii Hotel last night eclipsed all past functions in point ?t brilliancy. The ball was ten? dered to Admiral II,w.u and the ., Iii - cits of the Meet now anchored in Hamp? ton Roads by .Mr. Allan 1>\ Campbell, manager of the Chatnberlin. and it was a complete success, for Mr. Campbell spaired no pains to make it the event ,,f tlie season, which, indeed, it was. All day yesterday incoming trait and steamers brought invited gu.-sts from Northern and Western cities, and long before tie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Press — 3 September 1898

All rnph SURSCRIPTli >NS hki.i. 'ph< ? MTIZENS' fiiiday, ski'tem 1ikh :'-. ishs. advertising that pays. It seems in lif exceedingly dilllotii: for :i iit>mlwi- of g.1 business men tu g.-i Hi., right i.l.-t. concerning tt.lv. i t Is? ing. When business is brisk and sails nr.- large they make their great, si ef? forts in ihe .lir.-eii.' placing their goo.ls before Ihe puhlie. The propel th.y seems t.. be embodied in the fol? lowing article recently published in ??In .lull times tie- progressive busi? ness man arranges his counters more aitra. iiv.lv. piles bis goo.ls higher than usual, ilecorai, s his whitlow's burns more gas.. brushes up every? thing, puts a new . ..at of ptiinl ..;i Ihe outside ami a smile .he insi.le, dif . fuses his enthusiasm in -v. ry clerk, ad? vertises more extensively, ami gels i"ho bulk of lie- trade. Imll lime- mlv.-r Is? ing . is educational, ami is of liu- suc nieni which is sure lo win. perhaps in ihe present, hut sur.lv ...

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