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SATURDAY, DEC, 30, 1899
A CHRISTA\r\"D SURPRISE.
Mow a Rejected S tor Cot Even
with Mis Successful Kit
?tj*>***^\'' 4**> /*"*"?? O M V B 'i?*rt
-^ ' <"- / ^ has written thal he
/ml'
f &?yfr*jL ?Mfc Christmas
^^ said Mis. Meeltmiid,
for tho tenth time.
"1 fcit rare that if
he could asea be iu
duccd to visit our
happy little home he
would forget that I
?ah?ti ea ted him
rather unkindly in
eloping with you on
the very day which was to have seen me hia
bride. To be sure, I left a note saying that'
I felt I could never have made him perfect?
ly happy. Had he been a magnanimous!
person, he would have been satisfied with
each a handsome apology?but he was not."
"Not at fc*V sighed her husband, "he was
most inconsiderate, lie?"
"However, a woman's tact has bridged the
difficulty, as usual. 1 Batter myself that I
did a clever and original thing in naming
?ne of the twins for him. Who would be so
THE LID WAS OFF THE BOX AT LAST.
apt to appreciate such a compliment aa a
rich old bachelor, I'd bite to know?"
"No one, I'm sure, but he thawed as
soon a* he had seen our six little cherubs.
Bow be laughed when little Josiah rode on
ray back and playfully kicked me in the
eye!"
"And how merry he was when Aiiadne
spilled milk on my best dress. What a pleas?
ure it must have been to witness su<
ity. To be sure, 1 am sorry that he hap?
pened to hear your remarks when my dress
aoaker'* bili came in, but?"
"And I had rather that he had been out of
earshot when you told me your honest opin?
ion of a man who could net match embroid?
ery silks better than 1, after he had been
married ten years. However, thia is mere
detail. I remember his rage when he found
that I had married his little fairy, as he
called you. Odd, isn't it, that he bas for
?ven me now that you weigh twice as
uchl"
"Humph, I may weigh a few pounds more,
but my hair is intact, and that ia more
than?"
"And now he is sending us a Christmas
box. I wonder what it contains? The chil?
dren will be up at daylight to find out. \\ ell,
prosperity will not change us!"
"Never. Even though I am able to dress
aa well as our own hired girl, 1 shall not in?
sist that you write it Xmas, instead of
Christmas, nor shall 1 call it app<
when little Rufus has eaten too much pie.
Personally, I expect tickets to Ku rope."
"Tickets to Europe, and I such a poor
aailor that the sight of a marine in water
colors gives me seasickness! .Nonsense, he
haa sent us the deed to a ranch in Texas."
"A ranch?and I so afraid of cattle! How
mean of you to think of such a thing. I'll
never live on a ranchi"
"And I shall certainly not go to Europe!"
"I shall, and I'll never speak to you again.
There!"
"Even your voice would not reach from
Europe to Texas. But here is the express?
man, and you'll see that 1 was right."
"That I was, dea\. What a huge box!
I'm glad that he forgave ua just at Christ?
mas when he need not check his generosity.
That trip to Europe?"
"Texas, you mean!" The lid was off the
box at last, and a silence fell upon th^m, as
the gifts were opened. When the last one
lay before them, they flung themselves
despairingly into each.other's arms.
"The villain said he had forgiven us!" she
cried.
"He can afford to?he is avenged!" he
groaned.
For the box contained: One music box,
which played only rag time; one drum, a fife,
three horns, a toy piano, six packages oj
dynamite crackers, one Chinese gong, a toy
pistol and a card, on which was written:
^rVi{,h Cousin Robert's best wishes Tor a
?ery merry Christmas!"
A Fair Esrhangr.
Now doth the callow youth prepare
To show he madly loves,
By tending \o his lady fair
A Christmas box of gloves.
But ah, relentless, cruel fate,
The malden is not smitten,
And, as she must reciprocate,
Bhe Rives that youth the mitten.
?L. A. W. Bulletl*-..
A TERRIBLE MJIISllMEXT.
L
"What's your little brother cryin' for?"
"He hung up hia st oe kin' last night am
Santy Claus brought him a little brother
brat he wanted a drum!"?ladies* Hom
* mal. ._
1%^
SPIKETOWN BLIZZARD ITEMS.
Thou shalt 1 ct ateal!
Them shalt jot steal the reading oi
this paper! I
Call around like a man and subscribe
for the I'lizzard
Sonic of the m-.-anost men on the face
of the earth live in thia town.
We have the patience of a saint, but
we can't live on patience and acorns. (
We've got to have some money on sub-!
script ion, and we've got to have it right j
now.
L ncle Dave Billingsworth paid us one
dollar for the Blizzard yesterday. Un?
cle Dave will go to Heaven.
Kev. Hathaway has our tbanka for a
gallon of the best sorghum molasses
we ever sweetened our inside with.
Ye editor can't go to church next
Sunday unless he has a new pair of
pants. Pairs of panta taken on sub?
scription.
Link Bumblethorn paid$75 yesterday
for a match for his sorrel filly, and he
has a team now that can do its mile
in 2:97.
The Hawville Clarion has a good pair
of shears, but no pen and ink. It clips
our editorials right along and never
gives credit.
We will give the Blizzard for a year
to the person who brings us the biggest
pumpkin. Some small-minded people
say we do this in order to get a winter's
feed for our cow for nothing. This ia
a stupendous falsehood. We haven't
any cow. We can't afford to keep a
cow. We want the pumpklna for our
own feed.
Marr J a rae'* MUlakr.
Mra. Felicia Rivers?Dear, dear! I
can't Imagine what is the matter with
the piano. Every note strikes out of
tune.
Mary Jane?Be that the planner,
mum?
Mra. Rivers?Yea. Why?
Mary Jane?("racious, I thought It
wuz the safe, an' I put the meat and
regetables in it this mornin'.?Tit-Bits.
Paradoxical.
"He's a thorough pessimist.*'
"What do you mean by a pessimist?**
"Why, a man who doesn't believe
there is any true* satisfaction in life.**
"Then he isn't one. Anybody who
gets aa much satisfaction out of being
pessimistic %% he rADM couldn't be a
thorough pr - Washington
BUr.
F*tf Again.
When he waa young and poor he had
A monstrous appetite
His fare was plain ar.d he was glad
To grab a hasty bite.
To-day he ls a millonalre.
But oh his lot ls tough
He orders rich and costly fare.
And cannot eat the stuff.
?-Chlcag-o Times-Herald.
ONE OF* THE FAM1I..T.
Arthur Q. Bunco?Whi.-re do you liv*
when you are at home. Silas?
Silas Dewey?Ter hut.i, of curse.
Where'd ??Harlem Life.
Doubt.
When you gt-t the news of battio; wher
you hear about the mat
Some general has routed ail the foemen ir
the fray,
"Twill not bo an impropriety for you tc
pause and think?
Did he do lt with artillery or Just witto
pen and lr.k.
?Washington Star.
Mlitakr- Out Sorasevrber****.
Euhmohr?I hav?; just met Bray;
he is dreadfully angry with you.
Okie?What about?
Ruhmohr?He says you called hims
well-meaning idiot.
Okie?There must be some mistake;
I can't remember saying "well-mean'
lng."?Tit-Bits. _
THOMPSON'S
Dining Room
702 E. BROHD ST.
Ia the plaee to get jour hot lunches
and meals during Ute HOLIDAYS.
Only plaee on Broad "**",., to accom?
modate the Ladies.
More Than Thirty Dishes to Select
from:
SOUa**
bTEWS.
Trout )
Spot > Fish.
Cod )
Hamburg } **?*"?
TRIPE.
LIVER.
Turkey
Beef )? Roast.
aUra*Ts*b
\ Bauaa.
I Sausage.
Baked
Frankfort
Tray
*&5 } OBOM.
Quail on Toast.
ObitterlingR.
Bacon and Cabbage.
Pork and Turnips.
Lamb's Tongue.
Pigs F-et in Batter.
French Fried Potatoes.
Raw )
t-tewed } Otstbbs.
Fried )
Apple )
Sweet Potato V Pus.
Pumpkin )
Bread )
> PuDDIffOf.
Rice )
Corea-**.
Tba.
Milk.
Open Night and Day. Good Berri*
BLOOD POI
SOtUBRED
BY BOTANIC BLOOD BALM
(B. B. B.)
BOTTLE SBINT FREE!
Aa Inexpensive Home Treat
ment That Cares to Stay
Cared.
la your eolor bsd?
Is jour throat sore? Loading
Are yo*i all run d >wn? Symptoms.
Is tn** hair failiugout?
Hsvk y?iu ww.rile,* glands?
Have y >u pimple,?
I'i*--* the skin i'ch an " b'irn?
Have you n-aing io the bu
Hsve you Hhtvimttism?
r-Uv^ y;>u r*U*T?*?T*i in th?* mouth?
Do hum irs break out on th>- r-kin?
D 'H9 t?<e bloc)d rirmilate ->lu*-gi*hl\ ?
Does the blood feel hot and tVv
erish?
Di the hands and feet puff up
and swell?
ls there * prickling Benlaton in
th* skin?
HavH you sores on your body that
won't h???l?
Th* re i* i>nly one rasl^ cure for
this disease and al* th? above symp?
tom", anl that ix B. B B. (Bitanic
': Blood Bairn.) which does not con
tain veleta* le or mineral poison,
and B. B. 3. cures to Mt ay cured.
People eur^d by B. B B 20 years
! ago ar* well and fre?> from Klood
Taint today. So you may test B B
B. Wp will send a sample free to
[ eoy suffen-r.
Not a corner or a crevice of the
system can escape the searching
determination of Blood Balm to ex
pel all traces of Blood Diseases. There
Iib not in the entire body, even a
I spot in which virus nan hide, that
is not attacked and cl-an-d by the
onward movement of Botanio Blood
Balm. It- d ivj8 all the poison be?
fore it; aid tn an incredibly sho-1
space of time a new being comes
into possAssi >o. Pimples disappear
new rich bl >od is made; the hair
stops falling out and grows again,
ulcers and Borea are healed. Bono Pain-*
and Rheuma'.iflm ar** cured and every
evidence ni disease dts?pp*ar*.
r> r> -o At druggists. $1 per large
D. D. D. b.i le; six larg* bottles
(full treatment) $5 wp send to any
sufferer a trial b ut le free and prepaid
on receipt of 2 samps to pay postage.
De*c**'b-* ytiur trot-bl" and ww will
give r>'Tf% medical sd vice. Address
BLOOD B .LM 00.. 145 Mitchell St.,
Atlanta. Oa
OC3KM REMOVER.
BtrORU AfTtR*
*
A WONDERFUL PACE BLEACH.
This preparation. If used as directed, will
torn the skin of a black person four or Ave
shades whiter and that of mulatto**-- perfectly
white. Any person nslng lt aaa sea the re?
sult In f^rty-elghthour*.
It does not torn the akin In spots but bleach
es out whits. It ls av*ry S*ood thing *or tha
eyea If allowed to get In the eye walls wash
lng the face.
Oom box of this preparation la all that ls
required u* used aa dlrectad, the skin remaln
iiittful without continual use, and la
perfectly harmless.
Wilt remove wrinkles, freckles, dark apo ta,
and Dimples from tbs face without harm to
ther-kin.
Direction and preoaratlon wHI be sent to
any addn-r-s on receipt af S3.00, C. O. D.. or
send money order, packed so thst so ena
aaa know ona tents exoept tbe receiver. _
. THOMAS B. CRANK,
m* V. UramA ats., atlchmoad. Va.
BEFORE
MAKING
J
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Your purchase you wooli do well
fro4W .t n ? n > ? .- I. i re
house in the city and see the fine
line, of
Refrigerators,
Hal tings, Oil-Cloths,
And in fact everything that is nt-ed
ed in house furnishings.
RUC.S AND CARPSTS.
Of ever* description ; also the lat
-sst devigns in ROOKER3 and spec?
ial Ot-TURS. Our goods are the
best from price and the pries it
very low.
G. G Jargeo's S on
421 EAST BROAD ST.,
Between 4th and 5th Street
ussssssooossssflssssssssssi
Good News for the TJnemoloyed.
I live right here in the north. I am
in touoh with those who need help
ean find out who is unreasonable and
unjust. I have a steadv demand for
good women as cook*, chambermaids
and general servan's, and often foi
good indoor and outdoor men servants
I pay your fare 4n which is added s
reasonable amount for expenses and
fees I take no orders under any cir?
cumstances from disreputable houses
and hells of that kind, and the best
protection is afforded the respectable
girl who respects herself.
Send ooe stamp for information to
F. Z. S. Pireobino,
Alhany. N Y.
In care of the "Spectator." 12 2 3mc
B.
Spratley Hotel.
No. 48 Old Street,
Petersburg, Va,
Visitors coming into and stopping ic
the city, can be accommodated in first
elass style in Boarding and Lodging
at (Spratley Hotel by taking the Old
Street Oar that runs by and stops yoe
at the door.
Wm. M. Spratley,
No. 48 Old Street
12 2 2m.
VIRGINIA-?In tr? Law and Eqcj.tt
Coubt of Richmond, Va., Nov. i3. ?9
Fannib Yacqhn ) Plaintiff.
_ t? > InOhaacery.
""obos Vadqhn > Defendant.
* ht* object of this suit is to obtain a
?*oree a vinculo ma'rimorii b7 the
.aintiff from he defendant, and Affi?
davit having been made and filed that
the defendant is a non-resilent of the
state of Virginia. It is or le red that he
do aopear here within fifteen days af?
ter due publication hereof and do what
is necessary to protect' bis interest
herein.
A copy teste,
P. P. Winston, Olerk.
J. R. Pollabo, p. q.
To Gbobos Vacohn,
You are hereoy notified that on W?1
neaday, the 10.h day of January 1900 J
at the nth*-* of my attorney, J.-R. Poi-'
lard. 22u8 E. Main St.. Rion mond. Va , j
between the hours o' 9 \. M , and I
M.I shalt proceed to take the dop ??i
tionsof Abran stu Raudulpb and others
to be read es evidence in my behalf m
a Ot-rtain suit in tquity, pending in the
Law and Equity Oourc of Richmond,
Va , wherein I am plaintiff and you
aVffSJ defendant, and if from any cause !
the taking thereof be not com-nenc*d, j
or if oommenoed be not concluded on
that day, the taking thereof will ba!
continued from day to day or troon j
'ime to time at sam - place and between
rume hjurs until (-ame be competed.
Respectfully.
Ea nm is VauoHH, j
By <Jouub--1.
J. R. Pollard, p q
VlRtilNIA:?In thb Law and Equity
Coobt of Richmo d, Va. Nov. 23, '99.
W E. Noblb, 1 Plaint ff
vs > In Chancery
Lucv A. Noble, J Defendant.
The obj-ct of this suit is to obtain a
divorce a vu.eulo matrimonii by *he
plantiff from'the defendant an affida?
vit having b ?ea made and fited that
the defendant is a non resident of the
State of Virginia, it is ordered that she
do appear here within fifteen days af?
ter due publication hereof and do what
it necessary to protect her interests
herein.
A copy teste,
P. P. Winston, Clerk.
J. R. Pollard, p, q.
To Loot A. Noblb,
You are hereby notified that on
Wednesdsy. January lO.h. 1900 at the
< ffice of J. R. Pollard, my attorney,
2208 E Main Sr.. Run mond, Va., be?
tween the hours of 9 a. m. and 6pm.,
I shall proceed to take the depositions
of Joseph Johnson and others to be
read as eviienca in behalf in a certain
uit in equity, pendi.ifc* in the Law and
Equity Ua-urt of R dimond, Va., where?
in I am plaintiff and you are defendant
md if from any cause the takin k
thereof be not commenced or if com?
menced be not c included on that day
the taking thereof will be continued
from day to day or from time to tim*
at same place between the same hours
until same be completed.
R'-spec:fu!ly,
W E. Noblb.
J. R. Poll?.bd. p. q. By Counsel.
VIRGINIA?lo Uenrieo County <*ir
cuit Court, thd 2nd day of Deo., 1899.
C. S. Jones, ) Plaintiff
vs In Chancery,
Brittie Jones, ) Defendant.
The object of this suit is to obtain a
divorce \ Vinculo Matrimonii by the
plain1 iff from the defendant and affida?
vit haviaag bern made and Sled that the
defendant is a non rest loot of th-**
state of Virginia, ii li ordered that she
do appear here within fifteen days aft
ter.due publication here of at.d do
what *H necessary to defend her inter?
est herein.
A Copy Teste
J. E. Bboaddus. Clerk.
J. R. Pollard, p. q.
To Brittie Jones:
Y><u are hereby .notified that on
the 18-h day of January. 1900, at the
office ul J. R PoiKrd.2208 E Main St.,
Richmond, Virginia, between the
hours of 9 a m and 8 p. m of that day
I shall proceed tn tak- the depositions
of Charlo* Wilson aid oihern to be
read as evi lenee in my behalf in a 3?-r
tain suit in equity pending in tbe Cir?
cuit Court of Hennoo County wherein
I am plaintiff and you are defendant,
and if from any cause the taking there?
of be not commenced or if commence i
ba not conclu led on that day the tak?
ing thereof will be continued from day
to day or from time to time between
same hoars at same place until same ba
completed.
Respectfully,
C. S. JONBS,
J R. Pollard, p q. By C unsel*
RICHMOND FREDERICK SB CRG"y
POTOMAC RAIL-ROAD.
SCHBDULB IB BFFBCT Not. 19, USS.
LEA VB BYRD STRUCT STATION.
S -Ss A. M., Pally, for Washington aad rolnt*
North Stops oalj at Milford
and Frederlcksburg. Pullman
Sleepers toNew York.
8 *J0 A M., Sb oday only,for Waahiagton and
point* Nor th. Stops at Blba
Glen Allen, Ashland, Taylors
Title, Doswell, Bather Olen,
Penola, Millford, WoocUlaae,
Guinea JSninmlt.Frederlckabnrg,
Brooke, and Wkdewatei. Pull?
man oar.
S;*8A.M? Dally except Saaday, for Wash?
ington' and points North. Stops
at Elba, Glen Allen. Ashland,
Taylorsrllle. neawell, Bather
Glen, Penola, Milford, Woods?
lane, GulOaa, Sn. am lt, Freder?
lcksburg Brooke, W ld* wa tei,
PnllfMan far
1I:S0 M.. Dally', except Sunday, for Wash?
ington and points North. Stopa
at Bib*,, Glen Allen, Ashland,
Doswell. Milford A Frederloks
burg. Parlor Car connects with
COBgn-easi'-aal Limited at
Washington.
T ;*6 a. ta.. Dally for Washington and potass
North. Stops at Blba, ashland,
Doswell, Milford, FredericRs
burg, Brooke, and Widewater.
Stops at other station* Sundays
Atoener. Washlagtoa tl Phila?
delphia,
ABJtIVB BYBD-STBKXT STATION.
8:MA. M., Dally. Stops at Widewater,
Brooke. F rede ricks burg; Milford.
Doswell Ashland Blba and other
stationl* Snadays. Sleeper, New
York to Rlohraood.
S 00 P. M., Hally, exoept Sunday. Steps at
Frederleksnurg Mllierd,Doswell
ASktand, *len Allen aad Blba.
Parier Oar from Washlsgtoa.
8 38 P. M., Dally. Stops only at Frea?-ri*puv
burg. Doswen Ashland ana Haa
Puliman-Csrs from New York
8.40 P. M., Dally. Steps at Widewater,
Brooke, Frederlcksburg, Som?
ali, Guinea, Woodslane, milford
renola, Rather Glen. Doawall,
TaylersvUle, ashland, Glea Al?
len, and Blba. Sleeping-Oar
ACCOMMODATION TRAINS.
< Barty, exeept Sunday.)
T13 A M Leaves Blba for Quantico.
?nM P M Iastm Byrd-Streel tor Frederl**-**
burg. _+
? :M P. au. Lea-res Blba tor Ashland.
6 -40 a. aa., Arri res Blba from ashland.
S 3* A. sa., A.rrtvaa Byrd-Streat from Frmd
e rio ks burg
8-OS P. aa., ArrlTea Blba from Ashlea*.
W P. TAYLOR. Traille Manager
M. T. D. MTL RS. PrtMidsnt.
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. * * Job*l*>rintirii3
li* vt>u are desirous ot st-curm*,- mn)
of work in the Job Printing Lim tx
VISITING, JTSTVITAT JN
CAKDS. SOCIE :k\
BOOKS* TOOTERS, &t
send ns your ordei We a*
do all work promptly and at the
prices. Special '?>isco ?nt for Cast
sons desiring ems or drawings ol
selves ot ihe*T places oi bus -**o&
have rbe work* neatly execute**!
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THE CITY
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DON'T ASK US TO SPECIFY .
. WHAT KIND Of W >RB
We are prepared tc execate ail kind*? an<? at prites a*bi*->* anl> b*6- M
as satisfactory as tine skill displayed in tbe ex?*c*Lvtioi*a td tb
Address*
Zhe IRtcbmonfc BManct
3obn tottcbeil* 3t., Efcftot,
Ktcbmono, iDtrgtnia*
LS.
PLANET SUBSCRIPTION ONLY $1 so PER YEAS
OENTISTRY
PAINLESS EXTRACTION
Fine Denistry la possible only willi
fine material fashioned into Kor?
reo * form with infinite ear* and
skill. Money invested io fine Den
istry pay a high rate of interest
often for a life-time The inter?
est is beau vi f ni Teeth, Oom fort
Pleasure and Health.
OrricB Houaa: From 8i M to 8 P. M
Old Phone. 816
Dr P B Ramsey,
io-b WUtb St.. Richmond. Va
IN THE FRONT RANK.
Security, Industt^al Mu?
tual Aid Socibty
Has been * great beueu ito **heit
sick members, also their ieata bene
tahave tiel-p*! m-*.iv
Hustling aad polite agents wanted
Masonic Hall, 511 East Uiay 01.
Wa. Isaac Johnson, President,
J. E. Jonbb, Vice-President,
B. P. Vaitdbbvall, Secretary,
E. T, Jaaaxus, Treasurtr,
D. J Ohav-bbb Manager.
7 onsorial Artist.
Little amys Place
20 W. Leigh St., TeUeahmontl, Va.
First-Class Shaving and
Hair-Cutting.
g**Sp-*0ur styles are tue latbst and
cannot be easily imitated. Your pat?
ronage respectfully soi lei ted.
Benwolsnt lnYestmant _
And I-.*-lief Association.
OF VIRGINIA.
Ohartered by Legislature of Virginia.
Main Orrioa: 84 W. Lbiqh St.
RICHMOND. VA.
Sick and Death Benefits Paid. Those
who do not keep a regular Back Ac?
count, the plan of this Association
takes its place.
MONEY LOANED to members on
PERSONAL AND REiL ESTATE SE
CUR! TIES on small weekly payments
Interest Paid on all Deposits. For
further information apply at the main
Office. ?aaS"**AQa*4TB WANTBD.
Rev. G. O. Coleman. President;
Prof. J. H. Black well, Sec'y A Manage
WANTED SEVERAL PERSON** TOR Dls>
trlct Office Managers In this state lo
represent, me in their own and surrounding
counties. ?* Ulina to pay yearly awn, pay a.
bia weakly Desirable employment witn
unusual opportunities* References ex
??????nmmA 5~ClCS5 SOLf *Arlrmmmmt\ CBTelOp*
Sa l*a*rk. asa Caxton Bralldlaa;, OUc******
PLAH-ET DEPOTS
The Planbt caa be found at the fol
owing places every Saturday:
Aldoona Pa
D O Johnson, 1831 18th Are
Atlantic Orrr N J
John Johnson, 1806 Baltic Aye.
W O Robinson, 1808 Artic Ave
Aksbvia. Comb
O. B Lennon, 46 Clifton Aye.
Bkllbvub, Pa.
John Mimms.
BaLT-mnaB, Mb.
Wakefinid Book Concern,
420 Druid Hill, Aye,
Bbauicomt, Tbxas
Wm. Archibald,
Bcwbbs Hill, Va.
A. Ashburn.
Bbbklbt, Ya.
Nar io Biddi ck
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CurroN Fobob, Va,
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Co*k*bjooton Ohio
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Dbmopolis, Va.
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Danvillb, Ya.
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Gbbbnwioh, Conn.
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Mt. Horn, W Va,
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Norfolk, Ya.,
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Saw Castle, Pa.
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Nbwport, R. I.
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Oxanna, Ala.
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Palbsttnb, Texas.
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PlTTSBURO Pa
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Pratt City, Ala.
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PaBBBBSBURO, W. Va.
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Palmbtto. La
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Pinners Point, Ya.
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Rbidsvillb, N. C.
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Roper, N. C.
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Richmond, Va.,
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Springfield, O.
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Stone Clint, W. Va.
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Saxbm.Va.
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Selma, Ala.
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Tidbwatbr, W. Va*
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Urbana, Va.
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WlLMINCTOH, N. 0.
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Jae. G. Blain, 810 8. 7th Bt*
Whalntvilln, Va.
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Whbblino, W. Va.;
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U..W. Jennings, 18 N. Broadway Bi,
Waco, Texas.
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