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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 February 1897

AM' tHLD THING t? Will not do for an ad.?< ?--W:ito your ail. intelli? ?~gently, and be aura your r?goods and prices arc nil? I? right. Then KEEP AT IT. VOL. XVII, No. 1IIU I'Rlun, ?oima; obNia. TUB WKATI1BH orcoast for Vlrrjlnln: Pair; cooler: J F westerly ivlmls. A 250 II). Policeman In llrooklyp has been rid? ing all last yeai, without a single breakage, a $50 Ideal Bicycle. Call and see '1)7 'model of this wheel with t he "Great J." & J." tire?the best value eve- offered for tho money. We'd like to show it to you, whether you buy a wheel or not. R?AN0KE CYCLE CO., B. I.. IXIPPO. Manager. ! FRESH GARDEN SEED! $ - ^ We Have Opened Our Stock of BUIST'S RELIABLE GARDEN SEED. | Call and Gel Catalogue. % ? All Fresh Stock. ? No Commission Seed. x I MASSIE'S PHARMACY. ' I o -? z ?> Yellow nnd Silver Skin Onion Sets. ? | We Are Pleased |j i|-to ann?cnck that ai.i. Alt* (^J -Jig)-TIGLK8 li?UOIIT KitoM us CAN jS) -' '? knckavki). Mos t a i.i. kiikk ?P TO-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 February 1897

THE TIMES. EVERY MOUSING, EXCEPT MONDAY. HOANOKK PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS AN!) PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVE. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. 50 " T.HREH MONTHS. $1.50 '* six months. 3.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 SUNDAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 FEBRUARY. S M T W T P S .. ; 1 2 3 4 5 0 7 s P 10 11 12 18 14 15 10 17 1? 19 20 21 22 24 25 26 2? i ItiiHlucHH Olli?-...ii:: 1 Htdltorlal Rooms. 184 New York seems determined to have some one in the Cabinet. One by one all the men named in that connection "nave been dropped from the list, until now only Congressman Wilson, of Brooklyn, is left. He is ' hooked" lor the Navy Department, but until Major McKinley and Boss 1 Intimi "nave been heard from it will not do to set the appointment down as a certainly. ''he Republican party in Ohio is any? thing but harmonious just now and everything seems to ' e drifting in the di? rection of turning the political control of that State hack to the Democrats. With Forakcr and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 February 1897

E ?lost Torturing, Disfiguring, Humiliating ^S??^ scaly skin ?d scalp humors is i?stailt]y roUoved y l^varu. bath with CoxiooVl Soap, of C?TlOOBA (oint hhm.t), tho great skin euro, aud a full dose hnS??""^ Resoi-vent. greatest of blood Punherstmd humor euros. Remedies r.pcodily, permanently, and economically euro, when all clso fails nMPLY FACES p^S?,Mg * Ho Batter Disciplined School in too Sooth Than iho NATIONAL iusmes HOCMOKE, VA. /?-.. i . .?? ?;. ?? - We give a Systematic Business Education with English, Math? ematics, Book-keeping, Short hanfand Typewriting as lead ?fs. So not forget that we hbffi a preparatory course wiih the liest] of instructors. We pay erpscisl attention to discipline. _ Call see our works. 1o?.1?KE STREET RAILWaF SCHEDULE ?home1 for same- price under anma Kiiarau' Sty. If you prefer tocomohere, w? " iCOn" -?-? trnc ttopny raiirond fnrennd hotel MllsjuS noehante. if we f ail to euro. If yon have t Son m2S ?ury, iodldo potash, and still bavo achei1 and MiDS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 February 1897

WEAK, N ERVOUS, FAINT. A Well Known Nurso Cured by Dr. Greene's Nervura. One of tho inOBt ?klllflll nurses in this country \i Mrs. tOliznttctti I?. llerry, of Hampton, N. II., who says: ? Through trouble and overwork 1 grow fearfully nervous, weak, Ul?/.y,fuhit, and ex? hausted from nervous prostration, until I becaiho entirely helpless. Thanks t:> Dr. Greene's Nervura blood and nervo remedy, 1 um now so well oad strong thntcvery one who sees me. is very much surprised. I would like to tell the whole world of woiueu what Dr. MRS. ELIZABETH ?. IIERRY. Greene's Nervura blood und nerve remedy iius dono for inc. and to recommend all wo? men to u>2 tU-'S wonderful incdicinc. 1 can trnlv call it a saver of us women." If consti]>ntcd, ago Dr. Greene's Cathartic Tills with the Nervura. Dr. Greene, .{."> West 1 Ith St.. Now York City, the iiui>t successful physician in curing nervous and chronic diseases, can be con? sulted free, persona...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 February 1897

Was completed the 30th, ard we fiad our stock much larger than an? ticipated. Consequently we propose to sell a portion of it at greatly reduced prices: lot!I?Remnants of every de? scription almost given away. lot 2-100 pair 114 All-wool Blankets at $2.75. lot 3-100 pair White Blankets si ghtly soiled, st less than half their cost. lot 4-250 Comforts, ranging in pries from 49c, 59c, 69c, 98c, $y9, $1.49 up. lot 5?Six Eiderdown Comforts, j best quality, figured saline on both sides, at $3.50 each. lot 6 -25 Fine Jackets, regular . price $8, $10, $12, $15, $20; your choice' for $5. lot 7?10 Coney Fur Capes, Satin lined, $1 a piece. Lot 8 ?10 dozen Florence Union Suits, best quality, 85c. 10 dozen Florence Union Suits, cheaper grade, 45c lot 9-50 dozen Natural Wool Vests and Pants, fleeced lined, 19c, sell else? where 29c. lot 10?25 dozen Children's Merino Shirts and Draw? ers from 5c up. lot 11-25 dozen Men's White and Grey Vests and Pants, extra heavy, 41c. lot 12?All-wool Twilled Re...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 February 1897

Thclight in the \v i n ?1 o w after ^a-:?f\" midnight but too " frequently tells the old, old atory of the awful tor lure of approach i(ss itig motherhood ggjfj for some illy-pre? pared w o in e n . All too often death lurks on the doorstep. This is a story that would clriom be told if women would but properly prepare themselves for the duties of moth? erhood. If a woman will take the right care of the organs that make motherhood possi? ble, approaching maternity will have no fears for her. Nature intended that all wo? men Should bear children, and did not mean that this duty should be a cruel torture. Woman's own ignorance and neglect have made it so. All weakness and disease of woman's re? productive organism are cured by Doctor ricrct's I-'avorite Prescription. It acts di? rectly upon these organs. It makes them strong and healthy. It prepares them for approaching maternity. It allays the dls comforftof the expectant period. It makes baby's coming easy and comparatively pain? les...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 February 1897

THE AMERICAN NILE. SUCH IS THE GREAT RIO GRANDE, WITH ITS VAGARIES. It I? ft lllvcr of Frenklsh Habit* and Must liu Been Mora Tliau Unco to Bo Un? derstood?FIowh Mainly Underground, but ut Times There, I? a Torrent on Top. "It's a river l,fiOO miles long, meas? ured in its windings,',' said the man from Nov.- Mexico, speaking of tlie Rio (i runde. ' 'For a few miles, at its month, light draft stoumors mn up from the gulf of Mexico. Abovo that it doesn't float a craft except at ferries. In the old days, when New Mexico was a province of Spain, tho people along the river didn't even have ferryboats, and the ouly way they had of getting across was by fording. For this pnrposo a special brued of largo horses was reared to be kept at tho fords. When the river was t(H) high for these horses to wade across, travelers camped on tho bank and w;dt ed for tho waters to subside. Now there are bridges over tho river at the larger Rio Grando towns, and in other places rope ferries and rowboats ar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 9 February 1897

*j n a ia_j.!_ 1 a In Attractive Store. The carpenters and painters now have charge of my store? room to refit and remodel iu, evnry respect. I intoud to have a bright and attractive place of business, where every article will bo marked in plaiu figures and sold at strictly one price. My methods of doing business will be on business principles and I hoj?e to have my new home ready to receive you about February IS watch for Special mcut. E. WILE, Successor to Jos. Cohn. *! Cor. Campbell andJeQersou Sis. J ROANOKE, VA. :\miounce- S a I K s s s S S S North, East, south, AVest the (lower of Hours is "Pillsbury's liest," Costs a little more than any other be? cause it is worth more. And it makes mure bread, makes whiter bread, makes better bread. Your grocer may tell you something else is "just its good," but it isn't. HAWKINS & FIELDING, Agents, Hartsook Builditig, Market, Square, Your House and Household Furniture * SEE ????? L?WRENG F?r?'. I Ate. Insured? S. DAVIS, COMING ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 February 1897

? AM OLI> TJUINO 2 "f? Will not do for an ad.?? x?Write your ?d. intelli?*t ??gently, itml bc surr your??> "9?goods .ind prices are oil? ? X?-right. Then ?? j> KRKP AT IT. & VOL. xvir. No, t?>7 l'l'.IChi 'i II i; ofcXTS. I " I THB tVBATBEK 1_I I'oreoaat for Virginia: Pair during the day, followed by cloudy mid llircuic inj; tvcHtlicr lit ni^lit; northeast ?'i ly u imli. A 250 lb. Policenisn In Brooklyn has been rid lag all last yeai, without a siuL-:!- breakage, a $50 Ideal Bicycle. ? 'all and see '07 'model of this wheel with the "Great J."&.7." tire?the best value ever offered for the money. We'd like to show it to you, whether yon buy a wheel or not. ROANOKE CYCLE CO., K. L. FLTPrO, Manns?'. I FRESH GftBDEN SEED! x We iavo Opened 0*ur Stock of I BUIST'S I RELIABLE GARDEN SEED. ? ? Call mid Gel Catalogue. 0 A Fresh Stock. ?? X S Coinintssiou Seed. X I MASSIE'S PHARMACY. | ? * ? Yellow and Silver Skin Onion Sets. ?...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 February 1897

THE TIMES. EVERY MOUSING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., PUBLISHERS ami PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): t>A!LV, ONE MONTH. f)0 " THREE MONTHS. $1.60 " SIX MONTHS. tf.OO " OSE YEAR, IN ADVANCE. 5.00 GUN DAY EDITION, ONE YEAR. 1.00 FEBRUARY*. S M T W T F S ..' ; i 2 :i 4 n o 7 8 II 10 11 12 II! 14 15 10 17 IS 10 20 if 21 23 28 24 25 2G 27 ' -uirn-varv. lUuslwew Office.v?':i i. HONES, j fc,lltorlal HOOIM.Z"4 Uncle Sam's top-heavy r-ir vesselt "nail a roach time between Hatteras and Charleston, but as far asfcnown all "went safely through rae storrx. It mrcst lie rathev trying ot the nerves of these on. board when these big t jilting machines! begin to roll on the stormy ..waves of tin sea. Mark Hanra*s plan to use the patent lei sides of conntry weeklies for the distribu? tion of "grdtl" rending matter fot the next four years has the merit of comprehen? siveness, <rb least, Rind might become a howling success but for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 February 1897

Itching, Irritated, sculy, crusted Srnlpe. dry.thin, and railing Hair, cleansed, pnrlfled, and beauti? fied by warm shampoos wltii ctiTiMun* Boap, and occasional drcMlnna of Cuticcka, purest of emolllcntf, the greatest okln cm..>. Treatment will produce n clean, healthy scalp with luiorlnnt, lustrous hair, when all eis?.- fall?. Sold thmnchnut th* world. 1'ottii I1RIO and Cuiu. Om\,s< !>? Prona ., Boston. ..... ,. . ? O*-?? Uuw to produce Luxuriant Hair, mailed free. Ol/IMP fill FIDC with EexeiWi Initantly rrlitvtd ONIllO Uli rlKt by cut1cu.a KrM.om. No Batter Disciplined School to the S?llttl 'i'Q?Q tbe NATIONAL Business College ROAMOKE, VA. ^ry>^ .... ?iv M3 s.f5?**--? We give a Systemalic Business Education with English, Math? ematics, Book-keeping, Short handiand Typewriting as lead? ers. Do not forget that we htt? a preparatory course with the best!of instructors. We pay especial attention to discipline. Call see our works. rfUAKQKE S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 February 1897

Munyon's rheumatism Curt! Is guaran? teed to cure ncute or muscular rheuma? tism In from one to live diiysl Sharp, shooting pains in any part of the body stopped by a lo?v iloscs. A prompt, com pletu ami permanent cure tor lameness, soreness, stilt back and all pains in hips and loins. Chronic rheumatism, sciatica, lunibugo or pain in the back arc speedily cured. It seldom fails to give relief from one or two doses, and. almost invariably eines liefere one bottle has been used. Price 25e. MUNYON'S unproved Hom?opathie Home Remedy Company put up a separate cure tor each disease. At all "druggists, mostly 2."> cents. Guide to Health free. Personal letters to Prof. Munyon, 1505 Aren street, Philadelphia, Pa., ans we led with free medical advice for any disease. SENATORS ARE WRATHY. They Want to Know Who Dis? closes Executive Business, Washington, Teh. !).?For at least half of the four and a half hours the Senate was mi secret session to day the press re? ports of yesterday's...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 February 1897

Was completed the 30th, and we find our stock much larger than an? ticipated. Consequently we propose to sell a portion of it at greatly rcduc? d prices: Lot I?Remnants of every de? scription almost given away. lot 2-100 pair 11-4 All-wool Blankets at $2.75. Lot 3-100 pair White Blankets si ghtly soiled, at less than half their cost. lot 4-250 Comfoits, ranging in price from 43c, 59c, 69c, 98c, $1.19, $1.49 up. Lot 5?Six Eiderdown Comforts, best quality, figured saline on both sides, at $3.50 each. Lot 6-25 fine Jackets, regular price $8, $10, $12, $15, $20; your choice for $5. Lot 7?10 Coney Fur Capes, Satin lined, $1 a piece. Lot 8-10 dozen Florence Union Suits, best quality, 85c. 10 dozen Florence Union Suits, cheaper grade, 45c Lot 9-50 dozen Natural Wool Vests and Pants, fleeced lined, 19c, sell else? where 29c. lot 10?25 dozen Children's Merino Shirts and Draw? ers from 5c up. lot 11-25 dozen Men's White and Grey Vests and Pants, extra heavy, 41c. lot i 2?All-wool Twilled Red ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 February 1897

Their mimes arc in the paper every day. In the obituary column. The names of ir.eti killed by neglect of their health combined with overwork. They should serve as a warning to others who are fast fol lowing in their foot itcps, No man can stand the strain of modem business com petita a who wilfully neglects his health. It is not good policy to overwork, but the man who look:-, after his health can stand a great deal of it. The man who neglects his health is soon unfitted for work. When a man's digestion is disordered and his bow? els are irregular, his blood becomes impure and the body is badly nourished. The \-{c tim i I these conditions suffers from brain fag. nervous prostration, and debility, and eventually falls a victim to consumption. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery corrects the digestion, invigorates the liver, improves the appetite and regulates the bowels. It is the best hlood putilicr. blood make t. flesh builder, and nerve tonic. It make: a man well, strong, clear ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 February 1897

What's the Use of Waiting ? "They *' say "all things come to him who waits," but wo have no boon waiting, and wo don't propose to wait. Wo KNOW our priceo nre right, our work A-l, and if you don't HojncMO, V?_189 M_ To BALL & A1AY, Dr. T?-m?_ GROCERS _I_ _I bring us work we will coiuo atter it, in onw way or another, either by bringing to your notieo our prices, facilities and quality oi execution, or porsontd interviews. Wo aro not grumbling ; far from it. "Wo'vo had our share; we are still getting our share. Hut we havo placed at your disposal n modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with Bueh facilities as to command admiration from nil ith whom we buvo business intercourse. Wo aro not waiting; haven't time to wait An Up-to-Date Printing Office. Ono of tho vows tho writer tntido when ho wns "devil " in a country printing ofllco was, in effect, that if ho ever owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would bo kopt clean, at least by comparison. At tha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 10 February 1897

1 An Attractiv fore. * '* * ift * i * ft a :ft ft -ft ft K * * K K M M t .ft '?ft i * x ??'***???*??&???**???????? The carpenters and panders now have charge of my slore room t<! reQt and rotuode! in < vary respect. 1 intend to have, o bright and attractive place of business, where every article will bo marked in plain figures and told at strictly one price. Mv methods of doing business will be on business principles and I hope to have toy now home ready to receive you about February 18. watch for Special Announce? ment. E. WILE, Sticcwor to Jos. Cohn. Campbell nud JeQ'erson Si; ROANOKE, VA. North. Kast, ?outh, \Vest the Iiower of flours is "PHlsbtiry's Best."" Costs a little lnuro than any other be? cause it is worth more. Ami it makes more bread, makes whiter bread, make bettet bread. Your grocer may tell you something else is "just as good," but it isn't. HAWKINS & FIELDING, Agents, Bnrtsook I'.uilditig. Market Square. Your House md H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 February 1897

$ TRY LEGGETT'S $ I PREPAREDPIE CRUST! I ? Never Fails. Try It Once, % 5 It Will Pleuse You. V 5 10 OHN I8. ? O 'Phone ma. X vor. xvii, N<?. ios PKIOIB i li icici; otoN'xs. TUB WBAIBBU Forecast for Vlrclnlii: IihtoiihIiik cloiullnoss during tin- day, probably followed by ?lioivers In the iftcruoon or "iKlit, easterly winds. f Get a Bicycle and Enjoy Life! We have the irrtVt est wheel lor $?i) you ever saw?as good us the $75 jnes were last year. It's called the "Sil ELBY IDEAL." Fully guaranteed. * Roanoke Cycle Co., E. L. FLIPPO, Manager. SEED! Wo Have Opened Our Stock of BUiST'S I REUA3LE GARDEN SEED. t ? ((all ami Gel Catalogue. All Fresh Stock. ,t. No Commission Seed. 1 MASSIFS PHARMACY, <s> - ^ Yellow and Silver Skin Onion Sets. ? b&O^OO C> O^O oo Simply a Suggestion! Do you want, Cnn ycu use. Do you require, Chi Id you enjoy, Would you desire, Would you tike -A Fine Lady's or Gent's < Gold Watch ? I f\ ThU Week ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 February 1897

For t'.irtv years Dcatifs h.n autdc .1 ? ??.;. of Jyspcp.ia.cti.l i:>..t; years has cured c> it ciisisofit tS.ci i ri.[>.!,!;? n:iy oihcr (i'ty phy-.i-iur.:, combined. Ho k.i\.: up t!ic study oftheoh an.i t->ok to medicine, Vc. ausc the mo?t eminent physi? cians i>f that <!jy gave bin Op in a chronic dyspeptic, with only a i belt time to live. Resnh of iliis change ? a hearty, healthy, useftri life. An enormous practice, nod n demand for hrs pills greater tiun fur all other? combined wherever known. Par sate at all .imi;i;i-t>'. Send for a Irre sample. White snapper if constipated, yellow it bow cl? an: loose. J3K. J. A. DEANE CO., Kingston, N. V. THE TIMES. KVEKY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOKE PUBLISHING CO., ' PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS, 122 CAMPBELL AVK. S.W. TERMS BY MAIL (POSTAGE PREPAID): DAILY, ONE MONTH. ?0 " THREE MONTHS. f3- oO " SIX MONTHS. 0.00 " ONE YEAR, IN ADVAVCE. 5.00 SUNDAY KBCTION, ONE V...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 February 1897

Itching, !rr!Mtei!,Fcnly.cruRtcu Sculps, dry, thin, ?|'< raiiit'K Hair, cleansed, pnrlned, nud bcsotl ned by warm shampoos with UVTiouiia Boap, and occasional drcisiUKS of Cuticu?a, purest of emollients, the greatest akin cures. Treatment will produce a clctin. healthy scnlp ' with lUElirlnnt. lustrous hair, when nil else fall?. Snlil thirurhiut Ihe wnrlil. 1'oTTB K IlClO AND ClIEH I '>m-., >f,;4. l"r.t Unsinn. o*-"Iiuw In produce I.UTUriant Hair," mailed free. JjKINS ON FIRTy^V-^^L^rtd No Batter DiscIpUned^c^?oMn^utj isonth Than the NATIONAL Business S?ll clO'-MOKE, VA. ^ .*?. -'?'?Jlmmmf We give a Systematic Business Hiiucatfon with English, r/fath emat cs, Book-keeping, Short? hand and Typewriting as lead? ers. Bo not forget that we tavfl a preparatory course whli The best] of instructors. We pay especial attention to discipline. Call see our works. ri?A^?KE STREETlAILW?r" SCHEDULE IN BFSKOX OCTOHKK ?1, man Primory.Soo curedln 15to35days. Youcanl,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 11 February 1897

WHO IS Another Serious Accident on a Naval Vessel. A CARTRIDGE EXPLODED PREMA? TURELY OX THE MAINE ON TUESDAY, HUT THE NEWS WAS CLOSELY < i U A R D E D?SEV ER AI - SAILORS WERE BADLY IN? JURED?THE EXPECTED MA? NEUVERS WILL PROBABLY START TO-DAY. Charleston.'S. C, Feb. [10. ? A serious accident on board tin- battleship Maine yesterday was kept quiet until to-day*. This was rendered possible by the fact that the ships are some sixteen miles away from the city and out at sea. While a crew consisting of First Ser? geant Wagner anil Privates Senman and Harvey were loading a one-pound gun of the. Maine's secondary battery with a one-pound calibre cartridge the cartridge exploded, injuring Pirst Sergeant Wag? ner on the right hand, tearing the flesh from the bones Part of the shell struck Hardin in the leg and has not yet been extracted. The men are painfully rather than seriously hurt. Senuiau was injured about t he face. The Indiana and Massachusetts have not yet joined the ll...

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