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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 28 November 1901

THE TAZEWELL REPUBLICAN. x TAZEWELL, VA., THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1901. NO. 45. ANOTHER TERRIBLE MINE DISASTE -o Pocahantas the Scene of Anoth Appalling Calamity, THIS TIME THERE ARE EIGHT VICTIM -o Superintendent Walter O'Malley, an Seven Other Prominent Men Suffocated by Foul Air. -o BODIES RECOVERED ON SONDA' -O On Saturday morning the shocking news came to Tazewe that another frightful calamity had occurred at the Pocahonta mines, in which eight valuable lives were lost. The party was composed of Walter O'Malley, superinteiidei] of the Pocahontas Collieries Company; J. A. Cardwell, genera manager of the Shamokin Coal and Coke Company, at Maybeury \Vm. J. Preece, mine inspector of the southern district of Wes Virginia; A. S. Hurst, chief coal inspector for Castner, Curran an Bullitt; Robt. E. L. St. Clair, W. Morris St. Clair, Wm. Odham assistant inspectors for Castner, Curran and Bullitt, and Frazie G. Bell, mining engineer. From what we are told they went into the mine to invest...

Publication Title: Tazewell Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 28 November 1901

-The Tazewell Republican Published every Thursday at TAZEWELL, VA., ?VY? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Kditor and Proprietor. St'BSCKI_TIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . $ 1 uo iubtcripUon* on lime. 1 SO Republican und N. Y. Tribune, one vear, . 1 25 Al.VKKTl--.Nt; KATKs furnished on appllca tiou, OSSSSMMttdSMS solicited. The publishers of Th? KkpcblicaW are not re ?ponsible for op-EtioM expressed by Coreespon tients. The Kbpi'blican i? entered at the Post-office at Tat?well. Virginia, as second-class matter. THUKSDAY. NOVEMBER 28, 1901. THANKSGIVING. In rasponee t) the proclamation of President Utn.tv.lt t.'ie American people will observe t"d ?y as a day of thank.giv? ing. It is true that the pail tear has had its national Borrows, and that many commu? nities have been visited by calamities that were appalling; but upon the whole we have been blessed an a Nation and the deepest sorrows, rightly viewed, may be? come our greatest blessing. If we t?ke a narrow view, and are grat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 28 November 1901

TAZEWELL GO. DIRECTORY. Circuit Court. Robert 0. Jackson, judge; II. naneHar ni.iii, elt-i'k. Terms of cuurt?let Monday In April, 4th Monday in August and let Monday in Deeenil>erT* Ceinty Court. J. H. Stuart, judge; 1. K. George, clerk. Terms of court?Tuesday after 3d Monday in each mouth. Officers. Barnes (..diet-pie,.Com'th. Atty. James Baiidv.Sheriff. Jno. W.Crockett.DeputySheriC H. V. Brittain.Treasurer. H. G. McOall.Deputy. S. V. Kelly,.(,'ountv Surveyor. Add.?*, I'n ka, \ ? P. 11. WiUtaffM.Count) -iupt. School.. ?ddrese, - ?? i*. Vn. THE CHURCHES. aeilioiliM _.pi_.ou;.l Um <h Seatb. Public sfomhtp o. i ? ?: on the 1st and Ird S.ni'.ivs at 11 A d.. in the'-'ml ano >th at , __*l I'. M. Meetina for prayer, VNwIneeday at7:3o. V. M. *_b___.lhSchool ?; 9:3U A. M. Meeting ol Ep wort h l-eairue each Sun la> ai 3 p. m., tl third Monday light of each monta being devoted to terary work. \ mostfoi'iial wele >r:i is extended to all. ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 28 November 1901

SHOOT TO HIT. The man pltu-ed at the**deer stand" where the deer was thought most like? ly to cross the highway in his tight fi oui the bounds, fired bis load of buckshot at point blank ran?e, but missed the deer. Such a shot as that needed explanation, and the explana? tion was given, viz: "I was in doubt when I saw the bushes shake, whether it was a calf or a deer that was coming and 1 shot so as to miss if it was a calf and to hit if it was a deer." We are not missing any shots for you when you place your insurance risks with us. Your property is absolutely safe in our com? panies and you get your money imme? diately after the disaster. Thl J. F, HURT Insurance Agency, Inc. ?. F. HURT, J. R. LAIRD, I es. and Gen. Mgr. Sec. and Treas. W L. DRAPER & COMPANY Manufacturers of and dealers in Bridles, Harness and Saddles of every description. Horse Collars, Collar Pads, Gig Pads, Horse Blank? ets, Saddle Blankets, Lap Robes, Whips, Lashes, Saddle Bags, Hames, Chains, Bits, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 5 December 1901

THE TAZEWELL REPUBLICAN. VOL.xT TAZEWELL, VA., THURSDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1901.- NO. 46. FIFTY-SEVENTH CONGRESS MEETS House Devoted Practically the Whole Day lo Organization. SHORT SESSION OF THE SENATE After Officers W*w Sworn in Adjourn nient Was Taken Out of Kespect to Memory of Mr. Kyle. Washington, l>e?-. 2.?The first session of the fifty-sevemh Congress began today. In the house, the ?.leik called the nieui hers to order promptly at noon, and after prayer hy the chaplain, the roll was called by Slates. Ornerai Henderson was for? mally elected M speaker, and addressed the house, after which Mr. Bingham, of Pennsylvania, "tbe Father of the House," a titular honor beetoeve 1 upon the oldest member in point of continuous service, a ?ministered the oath to him. The speak? er in turn administered thai oath to tbe members elect. The old officers of the house, who were re-chosen by tbe Repub? lican ?caucus, were then re-e'ecte?d and ? vorn. Following this, resolutions were adopt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 5 December 1901

The Tazewell Republican rulilit-lii'tl every Thursday at TASXWKLL, VA., ? VJY? WILLIAM C. PE N DLETON, Editor anal Proprietor. ?n I'.-CKll't'lONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . t 1 00 S'lbscTtrlion? ?m tune. 1 M Hepubli.-ait an?l N. Y. Tril.une, one year, . 1 25 Al>VKKTisiv; KATKs furnished on appllca titiu. Ounmxmnnnn solicited. The publisher* ?>f TM Rkpcblican are not re? spon-.ibie tat opinions expresse* by Correspon? dent?. Thk turn iii.iv as i^ entered at the Post-office at Tn._cwt.-u, Vir.iuia, us MlUOdl tlM. matter. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 5, 1901. IN A MUDDLE. If ever any body of men were in a com? plete muddle the l?em?icratie members of the Constitutional '?onvention find them svlves in that situation. The situation toaj be painfully embarrassing, but they can blame no one bul themselves and their party. If tin-re had been more sincerity and less duplicity mcfa unfortunate condi? tions would not now exist. The Conven? tion seems to be hopelessl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 5 December 1901

TAZEWELL CO. DIRECTORY. Circuit Court. Robert ('. JackAin,judge;H. liane Hur Bi!?n, a-lerk. Terms- ?>t t-aturt?1m Monday in A|*rH, 4tli Moiniuv in August and 1st Monday in Deennl Mr. Ceinty Court. J. 11. Stuart, jui'?f, T. K. (.ieorge, clerk. Ternie of court? Tuefsalay after 3d Monday in each month. Uflkers. Barnesthlleepie,.Com'th. Atty. Jamen Bandy.Bherifl. Jno. W. Crockett.Deputy Sheriff. H. P. Brittain.Treasurer. H. G. Ma-Call.Deputy. B. V. Kelly,.County Surveyor. AddltM, l'iiak:?, Va. P. H. Williams,.Count*/ Bupt Schools, Aaldre*-!-., Snappe, Va. THE CHURCHES. MrtlnuliM Episcopal Church Seatb. Public worship of God on Um l?t ami ?d Sun.lavs at 11 A M., 00 the 2nd and 'ih at 7:81) P. M. Meeting for prayer, Wednesalav at 7:30. P. M. Sabbath?chool at 9:90 A. II. Meeting "i Kpworih LeegM each Sun lay at 3 |>. m., the lliir.l Monday light of e:\cii niont.i being ?lev?te?! to iterary work. A luofctavralial welcome is extended to all. J. s. Frchcu. Pastor. Church...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 5 December 1901

SHOOT TO HIT. The man placed at the "deer stand'' where the deer was thought most like? ly to croes the highway in his tight from the hounds, fired his load of buckshot at point blank range, but missed the deer. Such a shot as that needed explanation, and the explana? tion was given, viz: "I was in doubt when 1 saw the bushes shake, whether it ?as a calf or a deer that was coming and 1 shot so as to miss if it was s calf end to hit if it was a deer." We ere not miming any shots for you when you place your insurance risks with us. Your property is absolutely safe in our com? panies and you get your money imme? diately after the disaster. The J. F. HURT Insurance Agency, Inc. i. t. HURT, i. R. LAIRD, r es. und Gen. Mgr. Sec. aid Trees. W L. DRAPER & COMPANY Manufacturers of aud dealers in Bridles, Harness and Saddles of every description. Horse Collars, Collar Pads, Gig Pads, Horse Blank? ets, Saddle Blankets, Lap Robes, Whips, Lashes, Saddle Bags, Hames, Chains, Bits, Buc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 12 December 1901

THE TAZEWELL REPUBLICAN. !_ ' - - ___ , VOL. X. TAZEWELL, VA., THURSDAY. DEC KM BER 12, 1901. NO. 47. NEW TARIFF FOR THE PHILIPPINES Republicans A?ree on a Temporary Measure. FINAL ACTION ON NEXT TUESDAY! No Reduction? From the IMngley Tariff Penioeratic Members Furnished Copies o? Payne Bill. Wa-diington, Dec. 10.?The Republican memberB of the way? and means commit? tee, today agreed u?K>n a Philippine tariff bill. It is designated a temporary meas? ure and provides that the tariff laws? of the Philippine commission ?-hall have full force and effect After enacting the Phil? ippine taiitl the bill goes on to provide. Section 2. That on ?in?! after the pas 6age of this ?ct there shall be levied, col? lected and paid upon all articles imported Into the United States from the Philippine archipelago, the rates of duty which are r;quired to be levied, collected and paid upon like tuti-les imported from foreign countrit>. Section S. That on and after the pas page of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 12 December 1901

The Taze well Republican f*ublished every Tim red a y at TAZEWELL, VA.. ?ay? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON. Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cewli in advance . . I 1 00 Subscriptions on time. 1 50 atepublloan and N. Y. Tribune, one year, . 1 25 ADVERTISING RATES furnished on applica Mon. Oorreeteondence lollcited. The publUhem of Thi Rlpubucax are not re? sponsible for opinions ex press?e* by (*orrespon ?leuU. Tm* Riptjbmcan it entered at the I'oet-omce at Tazewell, Virginia, at second-class matter. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1901. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. President Rooeevelt's ttrst message to the Congress is a very lengthy but a ven? able paper. While there has been a disposi tion on the part of some of the D?mocrat? ie prees to make ail verse criticisms on the message, upon the whole it has been well received by the President's political ml versarte*. It ie ho non-partisan i.n.l 6o American in tone that it necessarily evoke? admiration where it doce not even win ass...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 12 December 1901

TAZEWELL CO. DIRECTORY. Circuit Court. Robert C. Jackeon,judge; H. Bane liar aura, clerk. Terms of court?I?t Monday in April, 4th Mondav in August and 1st Monday in December. County Court. J. H. Stuart, judge; T. E. George, clerk. Terms of court?Tuesday after 3d Monday In each month. Officers. BarnesGitlei>pie,.Com'th. Atty. James Bandy,.Sherifl. Jiu.. W.Crockett.Deputy 5-heriff. H. F. Brittain.Treasurer. H. G. M.Call.Deputy. S. V. Kelly.County Surveyor. Addrea, l'naka, Va. P. H. Williams,.County Supt. Schools, Address, Snapps, Va. THE CHURCHES. Methodist Episcopal Chunk South. Public worship of Go?l on the 1st and 5rd Sundays at 11 A M.,on the 2nd and 4th at 7:30 Y. II. Meeting tor prayer, Wednesday at 7:30. P. M. BabbathSchool at 9:30 A. M. Meeting of Epworth League each Sun? day at 3 p. DD., the third Monday light of each montn being devoted to literary work. A motit cordial welcome is exteniled to all. J. S. Frkncu. Pastor. Church of Christ. Preachiiii* 1-t an?l3r?l S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 12 December 1901

Poor Richard's Almanac Says, '? Remember that mon? y in of the prolific, Keiieratin*. nature. Money can beget money, and its offspring can beget more, and so on. Five shillings ltuned ie six, turned again seven and three petite, and so on, til it becomes a hundred pounds." Now as to the saving of money ? money you have invested in your home, your household j*oode. is it safe ? Have you the only kind of in? surance worth having?the good 1 nd? Write or call on us for information about the world's strongest Fire In si rAnce Couipanief-. The J. F. HURT Insurance Agency, Inc. J. F. HURT, J. R. LAIRD, Fris and Gen. Mgr. Sec. and Treas. In Looking for Christmas Presents Don't forget the saddler. We suggest a few things that will perhaps interest you. How about a nice round rein bridle or a pair of leg gins, a nice nickle bit,a pair of fine spurs, riding whip, saddle blanket, or perhaps it is a fine plush robe, if its none of these how about saddles. We have saddles to suit little folks as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 19 December 1901

THE TAZEWELL REPUBLICAN. VOL. X. " ' TAZEWELL. VA., THURSDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1901. NO. 51. OPINION OF SCHLEY COURT Not What Public Expected or His Friends Wanted. MAJORITY REPORT AGAINST HIM. Admirai Dewejf Makes a Supplemental h.'iKirl ftyenUa to Admirai Sililey. The ?'I'??'? ' j is the opinion of the court. Ol'lSloS. Conuoodore Schley, in command of the I living equ-tdron, shook! have proceeded! with tbe utmost d spatcii ol Cien fuegos and should have maintained a chse block? ade of that port. He should have endeavored in May 2.1rd at Cienfoegoa to obtain iuf'oi mation regarding tbe Spanish squadron by com mnnicauiig with the insurgents at the place designated in tie memorandum delivered to him at 8:15 a- m. of tin t day. lie ibonld have proceeded from Cien fuegos to Santiago de Cuba with all dis? patch and should have disposed his ves? sels with a view of intercepting the enemy in any attempt to pass the Hying squad? ron. He should not have delayed the squad? ron for the Eagle. He ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 19 December 1901

f'he TazewelIRepublican f*ubliahed every Thursday al TAZEWELL. VA.. ??Y? WILLIAM C. PEN DLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUM8CK11TIONS. S -publican, one yew, caah In advance . . I 1 00 Subacrlp?ont on time. 1 50 Republican and S. Y. Tribune, one vear. . 1 25 ADVERTISING RA?KS furnlahed on appllca tlou. Correspondence wlloited. Tue publisher! of The Republican are not re? ?ponslble for oplnlona expretae? by Corretpon dauta. Tux Republican la entered at the Poat-offlce at Tax -well, Virginia, aa tecond-claaa matter. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1901. A POLICY OF DESTRUCTION. Agajn^the^fcfemocracy ha? begun to ad voir .te iu |H)hcy of deetruclion, and In ed? ucate the people up to a support of its im? practical theories on the tariff. The Dem? ocratic prese, ?ilh almost practical una? nimity, is now denouncing protection, is advocating what it calls reciprocity, and clamoring for the r?introduction of the disa-trous policy uf taiiff for revenue only. Aft?r the experience which this county endu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 19 December 1901

TAZEWELL CO. DIRECTORY. Circuit Court. Roheit C. Jackson, judge; H. BanaHar man, clerk. Terms oi eoun?-1st Monday m April, 4tli Monday in Ausist and lut Mondav in December. Coaiity Court. J. H. Stuart, judge; T. E. Ucot>:e. clerk. rennt ofoourt-?Tueeday alter 3d Monday in each month. Ofllters. Barnes Gillt*pie,.Com'tli. Atty. Jantes Bandy.Bherif. Jno, W. Crockett.Deputy Sheriff. H. p. Brittain.Treasurer. H. G. McCall.Deputy. S. V. Kelly.County Surveyor. Address, Unaka, Va. P. H. M ' - .Count y Supt. Schools, address, Snappa, V?. ?HE CHURCHES. Methodist Kptsi-opal Church South. Publi worehjp of God <>n the 1st and chjundi v?m 11 A MM on the'Jad and OJ P. M. Metano for prayer, We Ineeday at 7:0 '. P. M. Sahbalh School at ?:3U A. M. Young men's prayer meeting each Sunday at 3 c ii", ?nwstcordial wek: ?me is extended to all. R. A Kki.i.y Pastor. Ckirek of Christ. Preachii L' I-i andSrd Sunday ,st 7l!0 ;>. in. nd 2n Su days st 11 a. m. Player n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 19 December 1901

Poor Richard's Almanac Says, "Remember that money is of the prolific, venerating nature. MoDey can beget money, am) its offspring can beget more, and n.i on. Five slsillhiga tinned if fix, lorntil again seven and three |aaace, ami so on, til it becomes a hundred pounds." Now as to ihe saving of money ? mouey you hav- invented in your home, your household goods. Is it safe ? Have you the only Lind ol in? surance worth bafhsg tita good kind? Wiile or call on us for information about the world's MrongSSl Fire In? surance C'>iiipume>. The J. F. HURT Insurance Agency, Inc. I F. HURT, J. R. LAIRD, Pr%. and Gen. Mgr. Sec. and Treas. In Looking for Christmas Presents Don't forget the saddler. We suggest a few things that will perhaps interest you. How about a nice round rein bridle or a pair of leg gins, a nice nickle bit,a pair of fine spurs, riding whip, saddle blanket, or perhaps it is a fine plush robe, if its none of these how about saddles. We have saddles to sui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 2 January 1902

THE TAZEWELL VOlTxL TAZEWELL, VA., THURSDAY. REPUBLICAN. JANUARY 2, 1902. NO. DETAILS OF THE DISAS1 Six British Officers and Fitly Killed by the Boers. THE ATTACK WAS A SURP Lieutenant Watney Killed While Lei Charge?Boer Troops Numbered About Twelve Hundred. London, Dec. 88,?The war office afternoon issued a list of the Briti?h t alitiee at Zeefontein, December 24, w Colonel Firman's camp, consisting of t companies of yeomanry and two g was successfully rushed by a boer f under the command of General De The length of the list demonstrates entire success of Dew et's attack. ? Six C2rs and fifty men were killed, eight Cars were wounded and four are mise It is presumed that the missing offi Were taten along with the captured g The numbers of the noncommlssio officers and men wounded and miei have not jet been received, but the gregate promises to make the Zeefon affair a memorial disaster to the Brit Simultaneous with the above the office gave out a dispatch from L Kitchener chroniclin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 2 January 1902

The TazewelIRepablican rublished every Thursday tt TAZEWELL, VA., ?et? WILLIAM C. PENDLETON, Editor and Proprietor. SUBSCRIPTIONS. Republican, one year, cash in advance . . I l ix> Subscriptions on time. 150 Republican and N. Y. Tribune, one Tear, . 1 26 ADVERTISING RATES furnlfched on applica Uon. Correspondence solicited. Tbe publishers of Tu Rxtubucan are not re? sponsible for opinions expressed by Correspon dents. Tmi Rbtvbucan Is entered at tbe Post-office a' Tax* well. Virginia, aa second-class matter. THURSDAY. JANUARY 2, 1902. THE OLD AND NEW. The old year which has just closed the first of the twentieth century, was an e??mf"' ---**~ our country. No year f^^ince the American people became a na? tion was so marked with eucreee in com? mercial and industrial akire. Tbe benign' influence of a most generous oeodition of prosperity seetued to hover in and around every corner and every community of the United States. Capital was eager for in? vestment and labor was in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 2 January 1902

A GIGANTIC COAL INDUSTRY Ad Enterprise of Surprising Magnitude and Resources. COAL IN UNLIMITED QUANTITIES Description of the drowning Mines at | Porahoiitas. Une of th? Richest in (he Flat Top Coal Field. Last week we were at l'ocahontas and visited t lie Browning Minet. When Colonel Browning politely itieied to show us through tbe mines our first imput?e was to decline the polite invitation. Tbe re? cent disaster at PocahontM was so fresh in our memory tbat we were nervous at the mere tnggmion, but we bad never been in a coal nine and i in iosity subdued our nervousness and we are ?lad that curi. osity mack ?bold. We confess that our ideaoff.ial uiiiiin< was greatly at fault, and especially so as tu tbe o|>erations at these particular mines. Hein? an indi? vidual luininf operation?tbe only one in the Flat Top Coal Fields--we bad nu idea of the magnitude of the enterprise, and we are satislied that very few persons are familiar with its propoitions. For some r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tazewell Republican — 2 January 1902

LETTER FROM HON. J. N. HARMAN. The South Atlantic Life Insurance Co. a Southern Enterprise Mr. Editor:?Alarmed at tbe poverty? rtriken state of the people of our naturally rich Southland, th? cause and cure of this anonjalous condition of aHairs aie worthy Brious thought of every intelligent ?, in this sunny land of fruits ami Virginia and Virginians should tie South in tbe struggle for nommer ^premacy over th* North and the Lack of capital and enterprise ?legated Virginia to the rear in the toward material progress, fhe people of Vus-inia are groaning on the burden of State taxes which, in the far 1901, amounted to {3,445,508.72. ?-trenchroent anil reform are demanded tu their representatives in tbe Constitu? ?a! Cuuvention and in the Oneral As .bly. Tht justice of this demand ie ad? listed by every thinking man in Virginia. ask these thinking men what they pro to do about, th? $3,445.508.72 which rent out of the State during the >ear 190) in premiums to Life limnauce Co...

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