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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 September 1907

? Dor Grocery DEpartment # 0m* # x i ad to thf ladies. wt' $ 88 jX'Cj^jClt! ^utotl-?bioo.riyu? VVe study to please our cos- ~ ^ v ^ ^ ^ " / ^T / you hare your Skirt* Wan Tailtomers. ored All orders receive our onrerul g H H?| itlar ,? We take your Measure aud -aud prompt attention. m % *** guarantee a Kit. See us About ? Call aud see us. Youra truly, A. IT?also eiamiue our Heady To ] Wear Waists?aud our Selection* Jitelon, Day & Terry Co. (Sonsollbalt'b ? ^\| ^3Touember i6? 1903 * ffajfissKssuss8-""PHONE 24. i Johnston, Day & Terry Co. I VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2?7i907. ki ... NATIONAL AFFAIRS. An lutereatiii;; ISndp-t of News From The Nation'tt Capital. (From our regular oorrcupoudent.t The Itfch Maii'h Panic. Washington, D. C., Sept. 24, l'J07. Comptroller of the Treasury, Ridgloy, who has just returned from a fi?m fki?At?r?k 1 k<? UT?ust l%??? !?.?.! vi i|r ouivugu me u cutj una n?u ouuic thing to say on the general money...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 September 1907

3 ... FROM WOMAN'S POINT OF VIFW I Villi VI T ILM. J < How tho stylo of dressing has | changed! Women used to wear ^ dressing sacks and wash dresses in tho morning, and house dress- j es wore as important as street { gowns, and saved a good deal of , wear and tear on them. Nowadays the regulation morning , dress is a shirt waist and skirt, j with a stiff collar or fancy stock ( and a tie, and the same costume | does service for house wear , when a woman chooses to re- ( move her street garb. * * * i 'Ihe effect is uoat onough, and j that is saying a good deal, but I ; miss tho femininity of negliges and teagowns. I acknowledge the debt we women owe the very convenient shirt waist and separate skirt, but I regret its sub- ' stitution for other and daintier 1 apparel. There never wae any- ' thing prettier than the simple wash dresses of this season, and ' by wearing warm underclothing ' thoy can be made to do duty for 1 house dresses through the win ter, and allow one to lo...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 September 1907

I " *; ; . A wxhtcoimn rrtCRIM H XI AIM W. C. T. V. iwuwu. ti. Mini ?n nuQW urn J. VIcorresldents.?Mrs. U M. Lee. Mm. A. N. ' Brown, Mrs. Jills Hroheckor, Mr*. K. H Moore, Mrs. W. (1. Robinson. llfleerdlag Secretary. - Mrs. O. V. Moyer. Vorreeponriluc Seoretary.?Mr*. W. II. WhlteMsrrw. Treasurer.-Mrs. W. A. Kerjjuson. Hayfrlslmirsts of Dipsriamats. HtanKOlism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Qbeuchaln. Klorenoe fXtteuton Home.? Mrs. R. K. Moore. . Medal Cou test*.?Mrs. I.uey Oravoly Stevens. Flower Mlsntoti.?Mr*. W. B. Whlteerarver. Wo?k vuuaK Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. (I. K. HI oyer. ItooM Mootlnjn? and Red letter Day.?Miss MjMTX'e Wliltesell. *uade>- School. Mm. J. T. Fenn. Mtmture-Mn. V. S. Campbell. tikis 'INan-Kifliwik aito Bsirrissi.. at tbarr request, baa placed a column at the -disposal of tbe earnest and falthfol women ottka W. (1 T. Union who will have entire chaws of it, and be responsible for all matter therein It promises to be sn interesting f sat are of lbs paper,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 September 1907

4 ^alcm Klines PIJUL18HKI) BVRHY THUK8I Salem Frintina and C. D. DBNI' W. W. MuCLUNU. 1 Subscript! Oue Year .... . N iue Month? ...... Six Mouths Three Months ...;.< PHONi DEMOCRATIC TICKET ELECTION, NOVEMBER 5, 1907. Nominees for District nntl County Officers. For the Senate: JOHN M. HART, of Roanoke. For House of Delegates: HON. A. M. BOWMAN, of Salem. For County Treasurer: OROROR M. MUSE. For 8heriff: C. L. HATCHER. For Commonwealth's Attorney: R. W. K I M E. TO DO OCR OWN TALKING. The telephono fight inaugurated here recently by the enormous increase in the rates proposed to be charged by the Virginia and Tennessee Telephone Go., seems to have put the people of Salem in pretty strong notion of building and equipping a telephone system of their own. It has been ascertained that it can be done for a sum that could easily be raised by the formation of n joint stock company, and those who have investigated the matter say that it could be operated on a basis that would gre...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 September 1907

Times-Register and Sentinel runiiiatiitu bvhhi' Til UI13DA Y. \Pale, Thin, | Nervous ? J Then your blood must be in I a very bad condition. You I certainly know what to take, I then take it ? Ayer's Sarsaparilla. If you doubt, then [ consult your doctor. We know 13 whar he will say about this I Grand old family medicine. TM? I* tbe Jlnt quevtlon your doctor would iv-k. "Are your bowel* tegular T" lie know* tliol (I-i I Ijr net Inn or I lie bowel* I* wbaolutrly oui oilil to recovery. Keep your liver Active end your bowel, regular by taking laxative doaea u( Ayer'a 1'ills. A BkU by J. O. lyrr Co.. leinll, Kaaa yi Alao Manufacturers of 9 HAIff viooe rw 2 11? rc AOUC CURE <*UW# O CHERRY PECTORAL. We kn? no twrtli! We publt.h lh? formulae of ell our medletuea. CANDIDATES' ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SUPERVISOR. I respectfully aunouuee myself a candidate for re election ae Supervisor of Salem District for tho ensuing election, and promise for the future, as in the past, the best service...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 September 1907

FT**" ^ ? 6 NEWMARKET AGAIN.! llPMiguation of Uetierul Shipp Itvtuimt* the Writer of the Stlrriutr I>ays. GENERAL SCOTT SHIPP'S FIGHT. The fo'lowinft by Frederick j J. Ilaskius, til the Atlanta Jour-! nal, will bo interesting to Virginia Confederate soldiers: After nearly half a century of service, Goueral Scott Shipp, superintendent of the Virginia Military Institute, has retired from his position. "Old Billy" Shipp, as the cadetB have affectionately called him for the last thirty years, Lecarne commandant of the cadets at. the time Stonewall Jackson left tho institute for theConfedorate army. Ho held that position until 1890, when, upon the retirement of General Francis II. Smith, he was made commandant. "Old Billy" was commandant of the corps of cadets on May 15, 18C4, when the boys were taken from a school of war into a real battle, and saved the day for the __ | -Donfederate forces under Gen. F- John 0 Breckinridge at the bat tie of Newmarket. The Federal array under...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 September 1907

????? wands Have Kidney ttonble and Never Saspect it PnTtlonrr of Kldnrf UImho. dost people do not realize the alarm acrease and remarkable prevalcncy f? of kidney disease. 1^2 While kidney disK^XjTaorders are the most common iff [ f diseases that prevail, tliey are J almost the last 2L recognized by f P-ttictit and physicians, who eon??tent themtflrri A dortoring the rjTtcts, while the vriyH dieeatc undermines the system. What Tt> Do. "here is comfort in the knowledge so v? expressed, that Dr. Kilmer's ttip-Root, the great kidney remedy, fills every wish in curing rheumatism, ?i iu the back, kidneys, liver, bladder and every part of the urinary passage. ! *. corrects inability to hold water .u4 scalding pain in passing it, or bad edict* following use of liquor, wine or fiCQtl and overcomes that unpleasant nc? ttjr of being compelled to go often dtwfug the day, and to get up many ! ti.jf.-a during the night. The mild and tiir extraordinary effect of Swamp-Root i.- soon re...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 26 September 1907

I # ? THE FAMILY CIRCLE. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. .A Column l)e(lloHt?Ml to Tired Mothers as Tliey .loin The Home Circle. i Two I'athH in Idle. Just in front of every young man and young woman are two paths leading into the future, and it is for thom to select which path they will journey in. To aid them in selecting are their neighbors, some of whom in early life selected one path and others the opposite. The neighbor who made the wise choice can he seen returning to bis homo for the evening meal, his face radiant with joy as his children meet him at the gat?, each one endeavoring to got the first kiss The other neighbor goes homo through the alley, his step is unsteady, his face flushed from dissipation, tho children flee to the mother as he apj proaches. These two neighbors I had an equal start upon life's I voyage, the d fferonce now so L plainly visible is caused by the I paths they selected to travel in I - *it the beginning of the journey. A few years o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 October 1907

-aw2>f OUTING FLANNELS, C?Kfl aud 0O? u?. Yours truly, ^ ^ <^T' FLANNELETTES H| /X> t* C t C ^ ^ A A, ^ and the most beautiful eelectlou B9H - Mnslon.Day&TeirjCo. ?on*oW,?"b " "03' mI1*/?,? I PHONE 24. [J Agent? for Holeproof Hosiery AQU Hoyal Worcester Corsets j VOLUME 42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY,7>cfoT}ER 3, 1907. NUMBERuT | I . SSSSSSS wefhtedliiM NATIONAL AFFAIRS. An 1 uterestliiK Huiluft of News From The Nation'* Capital. (From our rowular orrcaponilent.^ Washington, D. 0., Oct. 1, 1907. ?The President's return hae had its usual effect of producing a great ainouut of news in the national capital and the busy correspondents have had all they could do in putting the facts into readable form and getting the news onto the wires, while the telegraph companies have been almost swamped. Almost the Grst act of the Executive on his return was to summon the Attoruey-(Jeneral and review with him the Oklahoma constitution. Then he a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 October 1907

THE BOOK OF LIFE. [For the Salem Times Register.] Such* wonderful bock is the book of our life. As we study it day after day: On its pages are written the annuls of years, Nww so radiant with joy, and now soiled with tears. As it tells of our hopes and our sorrows and fears From our birth till our temples are gray. There's a chanter that tells us of our babv hood And the mother who cured for us then; How she worked for us always and nave us our food. Ami would tell us great talts, not a* yet understood. Of how gotlms would get us, unless we were good, K'er thct we became women and men. There's a chapter that tells of our romping school days And our comrades who played with us there; Of the ho\ * who were older and rough in ttiwr plays. Of the tiahing and hunting on gay holidays, f oar sweethearts so constant and faithful always. With their carls and soft wavy hair. Then a chapter comes next, full of sorrow and gloom. And is not bright and gay us the rest; They are talking tn wnisper...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 October 1907

# ( Ca I. U. COLUMN ! rni'BM MAI. KM W. C. T. V. , irssldeut.?Mrs. Mlmab llobbs Day. Vlcel'roaldontg.-Mr*. L. M. boe. Mr*. A. PC. Browu, Mr*. Julia Htrohocker, Mrs. E. K Mooro, Mr*. W. II. Robinson. U<*ordlng Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyor. f Vorreapondlnx Secretary.? Mr*. W. II. Whltescarrer. Tieaasror. -Mr*. w. a. Ferguson. Hap?rlalraClral? or D?p*rlmr*U. EvaUKHlMin an<l Almshouse.?Mrs. C. K. Uboachaln. t''i?roneo Crittonton Home.? Mrs. K. R. Mooro. Medal Contests.?Mrs. buoy Qravely Stereos. Flower Mission.?Mrs. W. B. Whlteacarver. IWoek among Soldiers ami Sailors?Mrs. (5. F. Moyor. v??-lal Mooting* and Hod letter On v.-Miss Maffgio Will to sell. Mnnday School. -Mrs. J. T. Penn. Literature- Mrs. K. S. Campbell. |XilE TlMEKlCcatlTEa and Sentinel, at ? b?ftr request, baa placed a column at the diepoeal of the earnest and faithfat women of the W. <1. T. Union who wtll have entire ?~h<WKe of it, and be reaponaible for all matter therein it prem...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 October 1907

S? - }|>Y?i ' Salem Himes-geg PUBLltfllKD BVKKY THUUS Salem Printing arid t U. I). DSN I w. \V. MoCLUNU. I Subscripti * One Year .... . Nine Mouths ..... Biz Months Three Months ; . PHONI DEMOCRATIC TICKET 4 . : . ELECTION. NOVEMBER 5, 1907. Nominers lor District and County Ortlcora. , For the Senate: JOHN M. HART, of Roanoke. For House of Delegates: HON A. M. BOWMAN, of Baleui. I For County Treasurer: GEO HOE M. MUSE. For Sheriff: C. L. HATCHE R. For Commonwealth's Attorney: R. W. KIM E. CAN'T MEASURE THEIR VALUE. There is no telling the value of a few onterprieihg men to any community. An illustration of u case in point is the result of the Koanoke fair held last week, which was the | largest in point of exhibits and the I most successful so tar as attendance and financial results are concerned that has ever been held there. The city itself reaped a rich return from the holdiug of the fair, both as to advertising and the great sums of money left with the business people...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 October 1907

9 Times-Register and Sentinel Pl'KLISlIKD KVKKY THURSDAY. iDoes Your \ Heart Seat 2Wci~V.Yt??? V. .'1111 IBllWBW?? | Yes. i00,000 times each day. II Doer, it send out good blood ft or ba.i blood? You know, for ji good blood is good health; !; bad bleed, bad health. And tj yea know precisely what to Stake for bad blood ? Ayer's I Snrsaparilla. Doctors have | endorsed it for GO years. I On? frequent cm "if *?r t? ? ' Im.huI it a RltircUh J liver, lltu | ii...in i>, imim l)wiUolt? CoUoMNU t lion :.!?>.. I'll Into tlii) blood, jj KtO|? t!r- tn?\i \ i -? ? |.? .1 w a I. A yor'r. i'lll*. |NNMKMMAMi4MMiailf MM Mi HI J A Ltado ..v C Aft**rK%?ZiOW)ll|HMIi A jfmi 'u.or< of g /?a y luta \ ion. I / ? // a? I*C* A-: n tUL'E. Sa *L'$ O cuuKav I-c?;toral. 1 Wo tiaro no aecrrtnt W? publlah tha for.nulia of all our moillolna*. jwaia?iwa.'n' "iiwmi'iwwawiww CANDIDATES' ^NOUNCEMENTS, FOR SUPERVISOR. 1 respectfully nuuounce myself ? caudldate forre election hh Snn?rvl?n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 October 1907

I nuw int aw in ni\b yvun. Commercially, the growth of the South since the war has been marvelous. Small cities have grown iuto great manufacturing ceuters, studded with buildings that would rival those of New Yorlc. Look at Atlanta, Jackeon viile, Memphis?to mention a scattered few?compare them with their wealth and size of a few years ago; tell, if you can, how far their growth may not go. These are the old cities. New ones have been springing up since the war and developing into rich commercial centers. ^ The railroad has played no small part iii this development, but unless the country had contained the promise aud the resources, the railroads would have been apt to leave it alone. Where, not so many years ago, there wai only a few miles of rails, and a service which made a trip South an uncomfortable proposition, now stretch thousands of miles of road, on which one can find the best passenger service. In spite of this, however, the facilities fall short of the demands of the ex...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 October 1907

Often The Kidneys Are Weakened by" Over-Work. Unhealthy Kidneys Make Impure Blood. It used to l?e consi?Wred that only Urinary and bladder troubles were to be j?~ A traced to the kidneys, tf-k VWjJmL but now modern ^n~3t()} science proves that fwv?-Ti2$Yr\ have their beginning; IW?n *',e '"sorder ?t vn^'jFQT?da these most imi?ortaiit fflrHlQJ ?rBre' kidneys filter "AT" and purify the blood? - -vo that is their work. Therefore, when your kidneys are weak or out of order, you can understand how quickly your entire body is affected and ltow every organ seems to fail to do its <bity. If you are sick or " feel badly," begin taking the great kidney remedy, l)r. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, because as soon as your kidneys arc well they will help alt the other organs to health. A trial wMl convince anyone. If you are sick you can make 110 mistake by first doctoring your kidneys. The mild and the extraordinary effect of Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root, the great kidney remedy, is soon realized. I...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 3 October 1907

THE FAMILY CIRCLE. SOME CRUDE THOUGHTS-PLEAS ANT EVENING REVERIES. A Column IMIcnteil to Tlrwl >1 others ?s Tliey ,lolt? The Home Circle. iui|iruvi; mu c<*rmu^. With the return of the length^ ened and pleasant and cool evenings comes tho query to all, how shall we host improve them? There are a thousand pleasant ways of spending a fall or winter evening within tho reach of those who have command of their own time; and proiniueut among those is indulgence in literary pursuits. How few, comparatively, of the young people of the present day, appreciate as they should the inestimable privileges they enjoy. Surrouuded aB are the young in ail cities and most towns, with all the opportunities necessary for the cultivation of a literary taste, not one in a thousand appear to improve these gold* n chancos. Occasionally, it is true, we meet with a young men or woman who lirmly grasps th idea that "knowledge is power," but these, unfortunately, are the 1 exceptions, not t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 October 1907

St* * IB: $ v. Diir Grocery Departmeot | ^. ' /Sfi ^a I' Big Cash shoe Sale! i'c ? i^k ^ ^ ,1^^Xwe rnnnwf tom*"tady to plo**e our CUf" Have IJaUUU Children's All orders receive our careful *hhd< ^ 7 Shoes J and prompt attention. m Call aod eee us. Yours truly, Bought at a eavinu of 25 cents on t be i - \W dollar. Cur customer* arc to have yr> < i 4 t /9 -a A A./AB7 Jk/ -A H the advantage of ttdB gr?at saving. jMH,h}iT?njciL ^jetltttl#^?,e' ?? ?;;;;; ,?,, ^ PHONV *>j 'li . ^ Agent* for Holeproof Hosiery -i. / ~ ?- I and K"yal Worcester Corsets ? \ i WOIME42. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY^ OCTOBER 17, 1907. NUMBER 2? NATIONAL AFFAIRS. Am Interesting Budget of News From Tlic Nation'* Capital. (Vroui our regular rorrotiponUent.) Federal Ownership of Railway*. Washington, D. C., Oct. 15,1007. ? The National Association of Railway Gomtnissioners, in annual session in Washington last week, has placed itself on record as opposed to Federal control of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 October 1907

pno " WITHOUT A PAltALLEL. Alei?nder? Don't believe it. Alexander tmdlv Klirho.1 for some other worlds to conquer in his glory mul hit* pride, While our Aleck?tie's a stuart one? in Ills dream of a'atety bliss Is quite satisfied to tackie and to triumph over this. .Julius CuMarY Don't you say it' It. will only raise a laugh ? .1 ulins Oiesar was a great one, but he wasn't It by half. He succumbed in hut cue instant when the Senate House rebelled,' While our C;c?ar grabbed that body and just shook it till it yelled. mtue oorporair w tint tirivei: rsuppy met liis Waterloo Ami he pot it ou hit* ueck aud uoso and spinal column, too; Aud he euded oti au island when his I tower all wan speut, Mut you couUlu't keep our Nappy upou a continent. Washington? What giddy nonsense ' We must all of uh admit Ana Father of bin Country he was pretty nurely It. Hot thin George of ouro in greater; as his virtue* you rehearse You will flud that h-'s both parents of the blooming universe. Colonel Sunson?...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 October 1907

I HIBDEN HUMANITY OF THE APE. Animal Writer Tells ot* Their i Fellow Feeling fur Man. A writer of note, who is known as an authority upon animals < ' and their habits, relates the fol- < lowing instances apropos the' < professed liking of apes for the |? society of human beings rather |1 than the company of their fel- I low monkeys. The lato W. Rut- j ledge, for many years a leading j animal dealer in Calcutta and aj mine of natural history infor-j mation, had a young ape in his yard, and at my request opened its cage one day to let it choose | its society, when, quite disre-; garding the other monkeys, it, immediately came over to him ! and climbed into his lap. A fair-sized female we had at the Calcutta zoo also was a most affectionate creature. Whon I j paid a visit to her she would always put her arms affectionately around my neck, and while: being carressed and played with j would drop any food offered by ; other visitors. Another speci-j men of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 17 October 1907

I ???????????????? w iX' . * -9T' Is* * mrafs-^egi PUBLISHED BVEltY THURSl) Salem Printing and C. D. DEN IT W. W. MuCLUNO. Hi Subscriptic One Year .... . Nine Mouths Six Months Tlureo Months Qh PHONE DEMOCRATIC TICKET: ELECTION, NOVEMBER 5, 1907. NoitiiuccH for L>iairict ami County Ofllcers. For the Senate: JOHN M. HART, of Roanoke. i For House of Delegates: HON. A. M. BOWMAN, of Salem. For County Treasurer: GEORGE M. M U 8 K. For Sheriff: C. L. H A TC H E R. For Commonwealth's Attorney: R. W. KIM E. THEY H ILL DO. The Richmond Evening Journal says that the three cardinal issues nn11i nod in ItrviMi's nneenh of Friiluv. I the tarifT, the trusts, and railway regulation, are obviously the three on which the battle Hues will be drawn in the coming Presidential election, and of these three the tariff must necessarily be the paramount issue: first, because the tarifT is the nursing mother of the monopolistic trusts; and secondly, because it is esi sentially the device and the ...

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