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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 January 1896

?bW't k j illf-h Editor?? Experience With on ? * Adirondack Itailroad Train? cn Mr. Cust, editor of William ^lorl Aster's Pall Mall Gazette, was Tow York at tho tinio of tho Vhl jo-Defcndcr finish, foul and lizzie, ho it tip to the Adirondacks for Borne jug nud shootiug. Mr. Cost traveled a good doal of luggage, aud the cwoodsmeu at Childwold, whero ho jDr. Webb'8 railroad, wore inclined rin at tho sight of a mou going into roods with bo many gripsacks and idles. But tho Englishman was not [turbnl. Ho had a good time aud got po good game. ^Vheu ho got ready to no out of tho woods, ho wont back to ildwold with all bis boxes, bags and rtmauteauB. Ho intended to take tho train for Now York, which was due tildwold about. 12 o'clock. When train pulled into the station,' Mr. stood on the platform with his lug piled up around him. Conductor :e saw him there, but when Mr. [mado no motion to board the train ms gavo tho signal to Pat Cuni ks, the engineer, to go ahead, and did, leaving Mr. Cu...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 8 January 1896

im Variety ! SUITS In Profusion and at Prices Unheard of. $10 Suits now $7 $12 and $15 now $10 $15 Will Purchase Our $18, $20 and $22.50 Suits and Overcoats. This is a bold stroke, but we must have cash. Hats, Shoes, Underwear, and all such things, go at half price. Don't be deceived by others. We have a reputation to sus? tain. ?THE? Clothing Company. 102 Salem Ave. 205 Henry St. THE LEADING RESTAURANT in r?awoke, AND THE i! ?cs l' IN AMERICA FOR THIS PltlCKS. ,*?ll tl)*vDplicacies of the Season ^^fteg a stau . , id at reasonable prices. Tto jearagj^i,, Is nlwuys supplied h&: best that Is to be ... GE F[RST%ASS. nly Restaurant in tbe city i separate Dining i?oom for LadleB. ^ Meal Tickets, 21 Meals, Monthly Board $15. \ Know that we carrv the best line of STOVES in the city. And be convinced. Our prices are right, too. Look at Them And be cc prices are EHGLEBY & BROTHER CO,, Mo. I Salem Avanun. JERSEY DAIRY CO. Milk. Hatter, Cream, Ice-Crnam Bnd Dairy Suppli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 9 January 1896

[rfli rqanqkeT dail^ pH^ii^T" |g ~r6aNQKE, va., thursday morning, january 9, 189?. THE AVK AT Ii IS IS. "Forecast for Vlrelnia: rnvmer: southerly winds. [Small Sum, Spent with usH your roof repaifl may save you. | | sum later. [note Rooting and Mai CflCo., nannot Bt. and Prnn!ill| R. GOLLINGWOOD, - -j? -'Phono 828. 3 WINDS, CHftPPEj AM) ? Mani-Cur. 'Thorn's a conno:t(on hero t| covor. Wo want yon to know I There's a something about ltl lacking in otbor tollot rcojii'lf Its delloato odor, cooline I properties and actlvo medlrlnf htnu 1o inako It th- ideal remit; Hands and Fftoi. Dtllghttul 25 CENTS, bu'll dls Jinl Cura. |ls wholly nfrcBUnR |uos com ?Cn&pped IhSTing. IPT. D. C. BOOTH. [Representing R M. Suttl tltlmore, will have bisf |>ring samples the first wcj y and invites the insp^ ade. Sample rooms at lOTEL LEE, - - Ro| of of mu , tho 'a. It! rWhen Micnwber was inj ileb't, he gave toDavidl a piece of advico worth] ing: 'CopperGeld, my boy, pound; expenses, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 9 January 1896

Li s are diseased, oak: full of Uric Ac ...atism threatens: 11 he gervW of Malaria are in /our systems your nleod Is clogged with poisons and impurities; IF your Bladder is weak, inflain i or diseased, ^Youneed DHJjoMfS ?^paragus For they heal, soothe and ?Strengthea the Kidneys, revent Srfghts Disease, , ore Diabetes, They dissolve gravel, sand, and brick-dust deposits. They filter uric ncl? and malarial poisons out of the blood, They cure Cystitis, Gleet, Prostatitis ami the like, They make pure, rich blood. All druggists, 50 cents a box, or send SO cents in stamps, or silvery v direct to the Hobb'S Medicine Co., Chicago or San Francisco. Book on Kidney Health and Blood Filtering Free. pALEMJEWS B Judge W. W. Moffett is in Richmond ?on business. W' Mrs. JoBiah Simmons and Miss Ellen i? Hall left yesterday evening for Blllston ft- on a visit. jj The Misses Edmundson, of Lafayette, who have been visiting Mrs. Wm. Peel, left yesterday for their home. Justice Camper Issued a warrant y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 9 January 1896

er Christmas, Clearing At Cost And Loss* ? ? ? All the left-overs are ready to-day at very little prices. I They are as perfect as when they first stepped into the store, and it would be very unwise merchandishg to carry them over to another season nd ask you to pay full price for them So here they go on the bargain f table, and among these things 1 are some of the biggest bar? gains you ever saw. Millinery Department Wo uro Ottering our entire stock at less than cost. Trimmed Hats that were: $15.00 reduced to $7.50. 12 00 9.00 8.50 8.00 7.50 G.00 5.00 4.00 COO. 4.50. 4.25. 4.00. 3.50. 3.00. 2.50. 2.00. Jackets, Jackets, At your own prices?look at these figures?compara the quality nud you will admit they are way below their value. $17.50 Jacket now $12.50. 16.50 15.00 13.50 12.50 11.00 10.50 8.50 5.00 12.00. 10.00. 9.00. 8.50. 7.50. 7.00. G.50. 3.50. Blanket; iankets. We have a small lot of about 25 lire of all-wool Blanket?, slightly )iied, at way below their actual value. Comforts...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 9 January 1896

I HAVE IT. Od? of those bouses Ellis Brothers are soiling so cheap and on such easy payments, and thmk I see one that would \ uit you. In fact, they have ttr$ui to suit any one. How are^ho following ? Good fl'room dwolilpg on Fourth avenue n. e. Price $3jJ; $3 cub, bt'mco $3 par month. Good 7-room dwelllng\.on Soventh avenue n. o. Price $1,331; f VJ cash, bataJ.ce $12.5ii per month. Desirable residence on Eighth avenne, s. w., nine rooms, all modern imoror.ements, good barn, buggy house. Price $2,150; $IK> cash, bal? ance $18 per month. v y Good 7-room resldenca oi Holiday street" s. e., large lot Price $1,200; $75 cash, balance $12 50 per month. Good 7-room dwelling on Tazewell avenue, a. o. Price $1,000; $10 caeh, $10 per month. Best 8-room hou.e In ilelmout and best location. Price $1,100; $100 cash, balance $12.50 oer month. Modern 7-room residence on Chapman avenue. West End. Price $1401; $m cash, balance ou easy monthly payments. Strictly moiern 0-room residence on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 9 January 1896

%<J ON FIGURES: jHTNING CALCULATORS BY A GIFT OF NATURE. ! w? Hoys Whoso Peculiar Talent? Attract? ed General Attention?Some of tho Diffi? cult Tests Through Which Thoy Passed Successfully. George- Parker Bidder was bom in 1800 at Mortoii Hainpstead, in Dovou hiro, whore his father carried on a small business as u stonemason. At the early ago of 4 ho showed n most ex? traordinary ability for calculation, which with Flight assistance from an elder brother assumed quite phenomenal pro lortions. His peculiar talents soon at? tracted general attention, und Ina father oinid it a much more profitable employ? ment to carry his sou abont the country and exhibit him as the "Calculating Phenomenon" than following his trade. Iln this way young Bidder visited many (parts of England, astonishing tho differ? ent people who came to question him by tho wonderful rapidity with which he was nblo to nuswor, without extcrunl aid of any description, tho most difficult questions. Of these tho ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 9 January 1896

In Profusion and at Prices Unheard of. $10 Suits now $7 $12 and $15 now $10 $15 Will Purchase Our $!8f $20 and $22.50 Suits and Overcoats. This is a bold stroke, but we must have cash. Hats, Shoes, Underwear, and all such things, go at half price. Don't be deceived by others. We have a reputation to sus? tain. ?THE? MEALS & BURKE Clothing Conujsriy. 205 Henry St. lAURANT i ROANOKE, E BEST IN a yi KU 1 CA K THE VKICfcS. cacies of the Season Served nt reasonable prices. j^The Table Is always supplied y ' with the host that is to be ,lf had In the markets. IIV1GE FIRST-CUSS. f, -' she only Restaurnnt in the city .'Jth a separate Diningllooin for Indies. Meal Tickets, 21 Meals, $4. Monthly Board $15. Prloea to correspond with the times at DR. JNQ. L. DQGOETT'S DENTAL ROOMS, EXCHANGE BUILDING. Full uppor or under plates, $7.00. Partial plate, onu or two teeth, S3.00 Gold flllingB 81 and up. Silver linings 50o and up. Oemont filllrjga 50c. Porcelain crowns S3. Gold crowns S5. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 10 January 1896

THU ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. Vol.. XIV.?No. 898 PJilOK l'UKKK CKNTS. ? ROANOKE, VA., FBI DAY MORNING, JANUARY 10, 1896 BULL. ASSOCIATED TKLKORAKHi Ala, THE NBW8 OF THE WOH1?. Pxii KI WK?TUHlt. Forecast for Virginia: Fair, nttio change in temperature; light north? erly winds. Are busier now than one year ago. This speaks volumes. Let us have the order to re piir or paint your roof. RoanoiG Rooflng and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce Bt. and Franklin Road. J E. COLLINQWOOD,-Manager. - 'Phono 828. COLD WINDS, CHAPPED HANDS ** AND "Mani-Cura " There'* a connection here that von'll dis? cover. Wo wont yon to know our Mnnl Curu. There's a something nbont It that 1b wholly Ur.kjnz in other tollot rrtiul Hch Its deliaato odor, cooling and rctrcehlng properties and octlva medicinal virtues com? bine to make It thi ideal remedy lor Cnapped Hands and Fuoj. Delightful after shaving. 25 CENTS. CAPT. D. C. BOOTH Ifcii Representing K M. Button & Co , of Baltimore, will have hie full line of ap...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 10 January 1896

GOOD FOR EVERYBODY Almost everybody takes some laxative medicine to cleanse the system and keep the blood pure. Those who take SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR (liquid or powder) ?et nil the benefits of a mild and pleasant laxative and tonic that purifies the blood and strengthens the whole system. And more than this: SIMMONS LIVER REGU? LATOR regulates the Liver, keeps it active and healthy, and when the Liver is in ?ood condition you find yourself free from lalaria. Biliousness, Indigestion, Sick Headache and Constipation, and rid of that worn out and debilitated feeling. These are all caused by a sluggish Liver Good digestion and freedom from stomach troubles will only be had when the livei i?; properly at work. If troubled with any of these complaints, try SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. The King^ of Liver Medi? anes, and Better than Pills. J2S-EVERY PACKAGE-Sfi: flas tho Z Stamp in red on wrapper. J. H. Zcilin & Co.. Phlla., Pa. Thomas I. Proaton went to Richmond yesterday. R. H. M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 10 January 1896

for flnfants and Children T H1RTY yeMt' optervation of Caatotja -with. the patronage of million* of persona, permit u* to srpea% of It without gncaalng. It im nngueetlonahly tho heat remedy."for Infanta and Children ' the world hmm ever knotrn. It im haxmlea*. Children like it. It give* them health. It will gayya their livea. In it Mothers jbwrg nome^l"? whioh ja absolutely safe and praotloally perfeot aa a child's medicine. Castorlo, destroy Worat. Castoria wllaye SVrerlehneea. Caatorla prevents vomiting Sonr CnrtL Caatoria pares Diarrhoea and Wind Coli?. Castoria relieve* Toothing Troubles. Caatorla onrei Constipation and Flntulenoy. Castoria nontraUaow tho effeota of oarhonlo aoid gas or poisonous air. Castoria doea not contain morphine, opinm, or other narootio property. Cantor la asnfanllntos tho food, regulato? tho stomach and howels, giving healthy and natural sleep. Castoria la put np in ono-sdre Tiottloa only. It Is not noId in hulk. Don't allow any one to sell yon anything...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 10 January 1896

THE TIMES. SVSRY MORNING, BXOBPT MONDAY ROANOKB PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, TIMJ3V3 JJUILUING, 139 CAMPBELL AVENUE S. W. TBUM3 BY MAIL (Postage Propald), u*lly, one month.S .50 *? three months.1.60 " six months ...... 3.00 " eneyear, In advance .... 6.00 onday Edition, one year . . . . 1.00 Tax fx MB Is a member or the Associated Frese?the greatest news-collecting assoctatlon In the world?and receives ovor a special wire the fall telegraphic tows service o! the Associated Pre**?the same news from all over the United States and the world that Is simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies ot Hew Yora, Philadel? phia and Baltimore._ - JANUARY. 8 M T W T P S ,. l a s ? 5 6 ;7 8 O lO 11 IS 13 14 15 10 17 18 19 SO SI SS S3 S4 SR SO 87 S8 SO 80 31 ... EODIBBBN BATTLE ABBEY. General John B. Gordon, commander of the United Confederate Veterans, has iSBued order No. 155, announcing that the committee appointed to examine into the plan for the establishment of a grand Memor...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 10 January 1896

After Christmas. Clearing At Cost And ln6SSai I ? ? All the left-overs are ready to-day at very little prices. They are as perfect as when they first stepped into the store, and it would be very unwise merchandising to carry them over to another season nd ask you to pay full price for them So here they go on the bargain table, and among these things are some of the biggest bar? gains you ever saw. Millinery Department We are offering our entire stock at less than cost. Trimmed Hats that were: $15.00 reduced to $7.50. 12 00 0.00 8.50 8.00 7.50 COO 5 00 4.00 G.OO. 4.50. 4.25. 4.00. 3.50. 3.00. 2.50. 2.00. Jackets. At your own prices?look at these figures?corn pur a the quality and you will admit they are way below their value. $17.50 Jacket now $12.50. 10.50 15.00 13.50 12.50 11.00 10.50 8.50 5.00 12.00. 10.00. 9.00. 8.50. 7.50. 7.00. G.50. 3.50. We have a small lot of about 25 pairs of all-wool Blankets, slightly soiled, at way below their actual value. Comforts at 75c, $1.00, ?1.25,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 10 January 1896

HAVE IT. 9 I One of thoso bouses Ellis Brothers are Belling so cheap and on such easy payments and think I see one that would suit you, in fact, they havs thom to suit any one. Won are the following ? j Good n roo-n dwelling on Fourth avenue n. e. Price $330; $dcisn, balance $8 per month. Good 7 room dwelllngon Seventh avenue n. e. Price $1,331'; $30 cash, balance $13.5(1 per month. Desirable residence on Ki?hth avenno, s. w.. nine rooms, all modern Improvements, good barn, buggy home. Price $2,150; f 150 cash, Oal ance $13 per month. Good 7 room residence on Holiday street s. e , large lot Price $1,300; $73 caeh, balance $13 50 nor month. Good 7-room dwelling on Tazewell avenue, s. c. Price $1,000; $10 cash, $10 per month. Beats-room house in Bolmont and beat location. Price $1,100; $100 cash, balance $13.50 oer month. Modern 7-room residence on Chapman avenue, WestBnd. Price $1400; $300 cash, balance on easy monthly payments. Strictly mortem 9-rootn residence on Jeffer? son street...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 10 January 1896

USES OF VELVET.) Vrapetl SklrU Appour A~Un?Klow?I Trimmings Vor Ball Dresses. Plaid volvot nud volvotcon nro exceed? ingly fashionoblo ami are ofton used la combination with plain oloth, tho plnld forming the sleeves und trimmings. Whero velvet is employed as a trimming it is usually host to lino it with muslin, so that It may ho sowed on by moans of tho lining, thus insuring tho invisibility of stitches on tho right side. Applications of guipure or volvot aro a favorlto sort of trimming, and tho application may bo dono at homo by a woman who Is deft with her noodle. Tho gulpuro, bo lb m yoke, buud or points, must be carefully bastud In tho proper position and thon sowed down, beginning In tbo nilddlo and following tho design. Tho oxtromo odgo should bo euwed down last. The samo (11 MOHAIK GOWK. Tootlons hold good with regard to passo montorlc. Tho stltohos ought to bo small and should follow tho pattern exactly, not omitting any dotall, as llttlo points and loops sticking up here a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 10 January 1896

beat Variety \ SUITS AND mi Profusion and at Prices Unheard of. $10 Suits now $7 $12 and $15 now $10 $15 Will Purchase Our $18, $20 and $22.50 Suits and Overcoats. This is a bold stroke, but we must have cash. Hats, Shoes, Underwear, and all such things, go at half price. Don't be deceived by others, We have a reputation to sus? tain. ?THE? MEALS & BURKE Clothin^4QJJ?^' 102 Safcirf Ave. 205 Henry St. TBE LEADING RESTAURANT IN ROANOKE, AND THIS 15 MST IN AMERICA FOR THIS PRICKS. All tire Delicacies of the Season Served at reasonable prices. The Table la always supplied with tho beet tlint 1b to bo had In tho markets. SERVICE FIRST-CLASS. LThe only Restaurant In the city wltKTCseparate Dlniogltooin for Ladies. Meal Tickets, 21 Meals, $4. Monthly Hoard $15. TDen.tIstX3T Prides to correspond with the times at DR. JIMO. L. DOGGETT'S DENTAL. ROOMS, EXCHANGE BUILDING. Full upper or under plates, S7.no. Partial plate, one or two teeth, 83 00 Gold fillings SI and up. Silver lilll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 January 1896

TH? ROANOKE DAILY TIME VOL. XIV.?No. 300 PKIOK TttKBK CEM'H, ROANOKE? VA.. SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY H~ 1896. AIX TBK NKW8 OF TBK WOKr.5. PIBI WEiTHKK. ForcoRP.t for Vlr?lnla: Fair, slightly warmer la the northern and western Portions; variable winds. We Go All Over a Roof, Walk, climb or crawl. Your own interests will be ad? vanced by haviug ub do your roof work?either new work or repairing. Boanoke Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce St. and Franklin Road. J R. COLLING WOOD,-Manager. - 'Phone 828. COLD WINDS, CHAPPED HANDS B AM) "Mani-Cura " Thero'* a connection hero that von'll dis? cover. Wo want you to know our ManlCnra. There's n something about It that is wholly lark I in: In other toilet rrqul'ltcs Its delicate odor, cooling and refreshing properties and act Ivo medicinal virtues com? bine to make it tli- Ideal remedy for Cnappcd IIpndB aud Faoa. Dellghttal after nhavlir.;. 25 CENT8. CAPT. D. C. BOOTH Bepreientlng R. M. Button & Co , of Baltimore, will bavo b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 January 1896

How Are You? YOU HAVE often been asked this question, but have you ever realized its serious meaning ? If you were asked it at this very moment, could you candidly reply, "I am feeling quite well?" Might you not be forced to answer, "I am not feeling so well as I ought to feel ?" THIS 13 a serious question for ycu to consider, because this is a dangerous time of the year. Wintry weather is a severe strain on the system, and alarming results are very apt to follow a sadden cold or chill. ARB YOU experiencing any symptoms which show there is a weak spot in your system ? Do you feel weak and shiver? in these cold winter days ? Do you have pains in the back, headaches, stomach troubles, dizziness, loss of appetite ? Are you a sufferer from constipation, biliousness, restlessness, * and many other miserable feelings caused by derangements of the liver and kldcevs ? IF YOU are feeling like this, and realize that your system lacks tone and strength, renumber that 3'ou cannot expect to get ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 January 1896

MEW YORK :?i'MILES.. ?CT" An old-fashioned way of getting there. Slow and safe, but hard work. Most women, have got beyond this kind of traveling?found something better. Now, why can't you look at that other old fashioned proceeding in the same light? washing things with soap and hard rubbing. That's slow enough and tiresome enough, everybody knows, and it's not as safe as washing with Pearline. It's really destructive, in fact, the wear of that constant rubbing. Break away from these antiquated ideas. Use modern methods. Pearline saves at every point. PJaMJ ' reddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you " this is as good as" vJCUO. or " the same as Poorline." IT'S FALSE?Pearline is never peddled, . m and if your crocer sends you something in place of Pearline, bo & rt BaCk honestLw^^-. ?T ?*4ES ?XMS. New York. What's the Use of Waiting ? "Thoy " Bay "all things come to him who waits," but wo have no been waiting, and we don't propose to wait. Wo KNOW our prices ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 11 January 1896

THE TIMES. SV BUY MOBBING, BXOBFT MONDAY HOANOKB PUBLISHING CO., VuDliehofo and Proprielore, TIMKS BUILDING, 139 GAMPBBLL AVBN?K 8. W. TBKM3 BT HAIL (Postage Prepaid), fJully. one month.* .50 ? " three months.1-60 " six months.8.00 ** -oneyear, in advance . . . . 6.00 ucday Edition, one year . . 1.00 Tbb Tinas Is a mem Der ol tbe Associated Press?-the greatest nows-collectlng association in the world?and receive* over a special wire the tall telegraphic news service ot the Associated Pres??the sutne news from all over the United Btstca and the world that Is slmnltaneoosly re? ceived by the great dallies ot New Yore, Fblladel j phla and Baltimore. _ THEY MUST BE OQANGKD. ff? * That great interest is taken in the ' estlon of amending the election laws ^^Jridenced by the number of bills - .--rooking to that end which have already been introduced in one house or the other of the Virginia legislature. The people of the State, of all political par? ties, are looking for the necessary chan...

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