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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 February 1896

JOE BERGEN'S EIDE. HOW AN HONEST JOCKEY UPSET PLANS TO ROB HIS EMPLOYER. "lit ?Ich WrtH Rlpo For a "Hoe Killing," and Ul) Owner Hacked Illm Heavily. The DlnhoncHt Trainer Outwitted by the HIircwdnesH of Faithful Joe. Turf stories on tho romninolng ordor generally contain n wicked plot against a good horse owner who is (in tho story) standing a top,*' ns gamblers say, on his equally good horso. In tho end tho plot Is always foiled, tho good horso wins by o narrow margin, 18 not disqualified and of course is uot bid up by tho plotter, who goes broke nu tho rnoo, having "coppered" What the hero plnyod to win. Joseph Bergen, who was killed at' tlloucestor n few yonrs ngo, onoo neatly spoiled n plan formed by n dishonest trainer to rob his omployor, who was owner of n horso Joo bad riddon and wus again to rldo in tho race this story refers to. "'* ? ?Too, ii youngor brothor of Marty Bergen, graduated, llko tho latter, from Guttqn berg, going from thoro to Gloucester, where his skill In t...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 February 1896

THE TIMES. svbkv 11?KM1NU, BXCBPT MONDAY ItOANOKH PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprietors, timbb BUILDING, in CAMPBHLL avshub B. W. THUM? by MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month. M h three months. 1-59 *? alz months. 8.00 ono year, in advance . . . . J.00 anaay Bdltlon, one year .... LOO Tnn T:nas is a memner or, the Associated , rreaa?the greatest news-collecting aasc^ationln the world?and receives over a special wlrtithe lull telegraphic news service ot the Associated * Press- the same news Crom all over the United ?Utesand the world that Is BlmalUneonsl7 re? ceived by the great fla?lea ot New Yor a, ^ hUfidol phla and Baltimore._j_ FEBRUARY. f 8 M ? T W T P S . l 8 3 [4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 18 IS 14 IB 18 17 18 19 XO 81 88 83 84 80 80 ?7 88 89 Tbr coal oomblne Is still squeezing hard._ The Roanoko Coal Dealers' Associ? ation say thoy make 50 cents a ton on coal by selling it at 84.50 a ton. What doos the man make who is now retail? ing it at 9i a ton? The dear Roanoko public wo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 February 1896

Ladies', Children's and Misses' Ribbed i Plain Hose, COMMENCING MONDAY AND CONTINUING DURING THE WEEK. AT 5c PER PAIR: Full regular made, plain and ribbed Hose for chil? dren, all sizes, former ?price 20c and 25c per pair. Our Closing Price 5c Per Pair. AT 10c PER PAIR: Full regular made ladies1 Hose, former price 25c and 3 sc. Our Closing Price lOc Per Pair. AT 15c PER PAIR: 10 dozen ladies' cotton and lisle-thread, full reg? ular made Hose, former price 40c, 50c, 60c and $1 per pair. Closing Price 15c Per Pair. Only a few more leather Belts left at 10c, worth 25c to 50c apiece. lew Spring Goods. We have been kept busy all the past week opening up New Spring Dress Goods?perfect beauties in design. New Black Dress Goods? all the new weaves. .New Silks for Waists. New Scotch Ginghams at loc and I2j^c. New Percales, 36 inches wide at ioc per yard. New line of Cambric and Nainsook Embroideries. Millinery, Millinery. New line of Noveltie* in Straw Hats in all the leading shapes. Full as...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 February 1896

What's the Use of Waiting ? "They " say "all things com? to him who waits," hut wo havo not boon waiting, and wo don't proposo to wait. "Wo KNOW our prices arc right, our work A-l, and if you don't . Ro?noko, Va_189 m' _ To BALL & MAY, Dr. Tstm?-GROCERS bring us work wo will eomo after it, in one way or another, either by bringing to your notice our prices, facilities and quality of execution, or personal interviews. "Wo are not grumbling ; far from it. "Wo'vo had our share; wo are still getting our share. But wo havo placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with such facilities .as to command admiration from all . ith whom we havo business intercourse. "Wo are not waiting; haven't timo to wait. An Up-to-Date Printing Office. One of tho vows tho writor made when hq was "dovil" in a country printing ofileo was, in effect, that if ho ever.owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would bo kept clean, at least by comparison. At that ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 February 1896

JUST BEEN TO THE STORE ^^ee: wi^"^|'0t^^110cents i The largest^p^^e^o^ .good tobacco ever sold for io cents ?n- a rid Ines cent piece is nearlu as i fr^g as you ^et of other ? D1SD trades for 10 cents SWEETHEARTS ALWAYS. If sweethearts were sweethearts always Whether us maid or wife, No drop would bo half as pleasant In the mingled draft of life. Hut tho sweetheart hns smiles and biusW When the wife bus frowns and sighs, And the wife's) have a Wrathful glitter Por 1,10 flow of tho sweetheart's eyes. If lovers were lovers always, ' The Rome to sweetheart and wife, Who would change for a future of Eden The joys of this checkered life? Rut husbands grow grave and silent, And care on the anxious brow \ Oft replaces thu sunshine that perished y 1 With the words of tho marriage vow. j Happy is he whose sweetheart Is wife and sweetheurt Htill, Whoso voico, as of old, can charm him; Ijj 1 Whose kiss, as of old, can thrill; I Who has plucked the rose to find over . Its beauty and fragrunco i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 25 February 1896

A OVER VISING A SCIKKCC. A Boanok? Morohmit's Novel Plan to Secure Mew Iilemi. We csed to argus the qiee'.lon "Dors Advcr tiling Pay?" That day has passed. The mil? lions of money spent, and the numbers ot Indi? viduals and corporations to-day established as ? success, settle the question beyond all dispute, linslncss men everywhere concedo the ract and feel the want- The question now is "How to Make Advertising Pay?"?"The Science ot Advertising, or How to Get the Greatest Hetr.ru tor tae Money Spent." The various novelties, mechanisms, devices and drawings, all come in to prove that. Culture,eenlus, will and Ingenuity, have all entered the Held to answer to the great dleslderatuni. \Vhlle all thess havo Just claims, as In other things so in Hits, the newspaper comes to the front wielding and forging its overwhelm, ing force?and all muBt acknowledge Its superior advantages. Is the science of advertising an In? viting del3? Does it offer inducements? As to the (leid itself, we say It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 February 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. yoii. XlV.-Wo. 438. I'HICK THKKK CENTS. ROANOKE, VA., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1896. VVI.T. ASSOCIATE!) PRBSS TELEGRAMS. AM, TUE NEWS OJB* THE WUKLU, PTH13 W15 AT H Hit. Foreoait for Virginia: Fair ?od ?armer; winds ablftlng tu south? westerly. Roof Repairing Ia easy enough to tboae who understand how to do it. *Jyt I's to Mend YourBoof! Roanoko Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Oontmeroe St. Md Franklin Boad. J. tt. COLLINQWOOD,-Manager. - 'Phone ?28. MANI-OURA. It miikeH tlio reddest, ronfjhcst, most painful ?kln ? chapi>o<l by the Cold?UM Hilft Ullll smooth as v?-lv?<t. Kvory lady should liavo It. * * 25c. * * * * Massie's Pharmacy. 'PHONE 11)3. Rough on M-Haters ?> ?OUR? ?< SterliDg Automatic In^ Stand. It pays for itself. aB it 1b Air Tight. Dust Troof and DoeB Not Spill. City ok Koanoke, W.K. Thomas, Viii>;inia. City Clerk. Feb. 2J. 16%. Mearrs. Thomiisou-Prlco Co., Ronnokc. Va.: Obntlbmen: ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 February 1896

No need to Read, find out about Pearline. Your friends can 11 you want to know. You'll find most of e it. Ask them about it. We'll leave it one of the millions of women who are using Pearline, if it isn't the best?the most eco? nomical thing, for washing and clean? ing. But all the Pearline users don't get its full benefits. Some seem think that it's only for washing clothes or cleaning house. Pearline washes everything. ind with almost every use you can put to, besides the labor it saves and the ruinous rubbing, it gives you better work?better results. C00#l Tcddlers and some unscrupulous grocers will tell you ** this is as good asn ?3dlU or " the same as Pearline." IT'S FALSE?rearlinc is never peddled. Jt Back and if your grocer sends you something in place of Pearline. ho honest? send it back. <*> JAMES PYLE, New York, Mrs. Jesse Floyd ia in Gordonsvillo visiting ber relatives. Roy B Smith, of Koanoke, camo up yesterday on business. Capt. R. H. Wright, of Ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 February 1896

for Infants and Children, OTHERS, Do You Know tlir.t rarcgoric, batcman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, many so-called Soothing Syraps, nud most remedies for children arc composed of opium or morphine? Do Ton Knoiv Hint opium and morphine are stupefying narcotic poisons? Po Von Know that In most countries druggists ure not permitted to sell narcotics ?without labeling them poisous ? Po You Know that you c.'ioti'.d not permit any medicine to he given your child unless you or your physician know of what it is composed ? Bo V??n Know that Castoria l.i a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of its ingredients in published with every botl?c ? Po Ton Know that Castoria la the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel rltcher. That it has been In use for nearly thirty years, and that more Castoria is now sold than of all other remedies for children combined ? * Po Von Know that the Tntcnt Office Department of the United States, and of other countries, have issued exclusive right to Dr. Pi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 February 1896

THE TIMES. bvbwy mousing. KXOHPT monday r.uanuku rUULISUINQ CO., Publishers and Proprietors, timk8 BUILDING, 1? CAMPBELL AVBNUB B. W. tshh8 BY MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month . . . . . ? ?? ** tcieo months. elx months.8.00 ? onejroar. In advance .... J.ou unday Edition, one year .... 1.00 Tab Timms la a member ot tbe Associated rrosa?the greatest news-collecting association in tbe worltt?and recotvea over a special wire tbe tall telegraphic newa service ot the Associated Press?tho tame news from all over tbe united States and the world that la simultaneously re? ceived by the great dallies ot New Yora, Philadel? phia and Baltimore. _ FEBRUARY. 8--MTWTP8 ... . . l '? 3 (4 0 6 7 8 O lO 11 IS 13 14 15 16 17 18 lO 80 81 38 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 President Cleveland has been after ducks again and Congress need not be surprised at another message. General Harrison's visit to New York is well understood by the country. Widowers as a rule, and elderly ones es? pecially, are the most ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 February 1896

Special i Ladies', Children's and Misses' Ribbed ?Plain Hose, COMMENCING MONDAY AND CONTINUING DURING THE WEEK. AT 5c PER PAIR: Full regular made, plain and ribbed Hose for chil? dren, all sizes, former price 20C and 25c per pair. Our Closing Price 5c Per Pair. AT 10c PER PAIR: Full regular made ladles1 Hose, former price 25c and 35c. Our Closing Price IOc Per Pair. AT 15c PER PAIR: 10 dozen ladies' cotton and lisle-thread, full reg? ular made Hose, former price 40c 50c, 60c and $1 per pair. Closing Price 15c Per Pair. Only a few more leather Belts left at 10c, worth 25c to 50c apiece. Hew Spring Go*. We have been kept busy all the past week opening up New Spring Dress Goods?perfect beauties in design. New Black Dress Goods? all the new weaves. New Silks for Waists. New Scotch Ginghams at 10c and I2^c. New Percales, 36 inches wide at ioc per yard. New line of Cambric and Nainsook Embroideries. New line of Novelties in Straw Hats in all the leading shapes. Full assortment of Flowers,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 February 1896

What's the Use of Waiting ? " They " say "all things como to him who wait?," but wo bavo not been waiting, and wo don't proposo to wait. "Wo KNOW our prices aro right, our work A-l, and if you don't bring us work wo will como after it, in one way or another, either by bringing to your notice our prices, facilities and quality of execution, or personal interviews.' Wo aro not grumbling; far from it. Wo'vo had our sharo; wo aro still getting our sharo. But we have placed at your disposal a modern, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with such facilities as to command admiration from all ith whom we bavo business intercourse. "Wo aro not waiting ; haven't timo to wait. An Up-to-Date Printing Office. One of tho vows tho writer mado when he was "dovil" in a country printing oflico was, in effect, that if ho ever owned or man? aged a printing establishment, it would bo kept clean, at least by comparison. At that time ho hardly felt tho forco of tho vow, for he has learned after year...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 February 1896

JUST BEEN TO THE STORE SEEL WHAT I GOT FOR lO CENTS The largest piece of .good tobacco ever sold for 10 cents and . , The 5 cent piece is nearly as, lar^e as you ?et of other high trades for 10 cents THE CAM CONDUCTOR. houuru Methods Uavo Not Operated to .Make IUh Job Kanter. It used to bo n comparatively oosy job |to bo Uto conductor of a borso car In Now York city, for tbo reason that all ho had to do was to collect fares, take passengers on and let them off. Of course n man nrnod his money boforo the day was out, but he very seldom had an especially hard time dojftg It. Now the new and involved faitom of transfer ticket.-; makes lifo a burden to tho nion who staud all day on tbe tail ends of cars. ? "It just makes rho tired," said n con? ductor to n reporter. "It's doggono near to hein a double job nowadays. A follow has to carry one pocket loaded down with p big slab of transfer slips that's got to bo panelled, and ho gets his other pocket full of tho transfer slips ho takes in....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 26 February 1896

ADVERTISING A SCIBNCB. A Koauofte Mcrclmnt'n Novel Plan to Be euro New Idem. We need to argue tbe question "Dar? Advor Using Pay?" That day has passed. The mil? lions ot money spent, and the numbers ot indi? viduals and oorporctlons to-day established as a success, settle tbe question beyond all dispute. Business men everywhere concede the fact and feel tho want. The question now is "How to Slake'Advertising ray?"?"The Sclenco of Advertising, or IIow to Get the Greatest Kcturn tor the Money Spent." The various novelties, mechanisms, devices aud drawings, all come In to prove that culture, genius, wit and Ingenuity, have all entered the Deld is an answer to the groat dlBslderatnm. While all these have Just claims, as in other things so In this, tbo newspaper comes to tbe front wielding and forging its overwhelm? ing force?and all muBt acknowledge Us superior advantages. Is tbe science of advertising an in? viting field? Docs It offer Inducements? Ab to the field Itself, wo say it Is ...

Publication Title: Roanoke Daily Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 February 1896

THE ROANOKE DAILY TIMES. VOL. XIV.- W~ ton 1.1(1,.,, '' ? 430 ROANOKE, YA., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY"27^1896. FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS TELEGRAMS. ALL THE MEWS Of THE WORLD, THE! WEMHEII. '. Yoreeaat for Virginias Fair and "warmer: winds becoming southerly. For Your Roofs Sake, Aa well as foe comfort, send us tho order to mend your leaky roof. Does Your Roof Leak ? ^ Boanoks Roofing and Metal Cornice Co., Commerce 8?. sad Franklin Boad. J. B. C?L LING WOOD,-Manager. -'Phone ?28. -PLANT I Mtfi Prize Meda! GARDEN SEEDS. || Equated by None. Call P and get Catalogue ? and Prices Before || Buying. I SMSSIE'S PHARfMCY, KrO .1KVFISKSON ST. Yellow and Silver-Skin '(#. Onion Sets. Roust on Ink-Makers Iii ?? > OUR < <? It pays for itself. nB it is Air Tight, Dust Proof and Does Not Spill. ClTV !>!? liOAMOKB, W.E. Thomas, Viboinia. City Clerk. Feb. 3J, 1890. Mfwr*. Thompson-Price Co., Itoanoko, Vs.: Gsntj.bmkn: I bsTo used the Sterling Anto inatlo ink htand to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 February 1896

Or Tg* ? it A STITCH IN TIME." IF yonr Kidneys are diseased, sluggish or Tfcak; IF your blood is f?ll of Uric Ac? id and Rheumatism threatens: IF the germs of Malaria are in /our system; yonr blood is clogged with poisons and impurities; IF your Bladder is weak. Inflam.? or diseased, You need D?Hobb's For they heal, sootbo and strengthen the Kidneys. They prevent Brlghts Disease, They cure Diabetes, ,. , ^ , . . They dissolve gravel, sand, and briofc-dust deposits. They filter uric acid and malarial poisons out of the blood, They cure Cystitis, Gleet, Prostatitis and tho like, They make pure, rich blood. . , . All druggists. 50 cents a box, or send SO cents In stamps, or silver! 'direct to the Hobb'S Medicine Co., Chicago or San Francisco. Book on Kiducy Health and Blood Filtering Free. B. F. Thomas, of Lafayette, was in town yesterday. A. B Pugh went to Washington yes? terday on business. Mrs. R. B. Moorman, of Roanoke, was in the city yesterday. D. B. Strouse and T. J. Shiekel too...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 February 1896

THEN AND NOW. In days or old, whon knights woro bold, Tlio umurouH gallant would show Tho dcptlis of Ida lovo by flinging his 8love la tho faoo of u rival bouu. In tho sanguine fight ho would prove bis right To thu passion ho boasted of, And bespattered o'or with bis rival's goro His ludy was sure of his love. But the days are past when tho gallants cost Their wearing upparol away, And tho sword and muco huvo both givon place To tho horn handled oano of today. But tho girl of today has a different way Of divining when lovo'a nbovo par. Sho knows it's all right if ho coincs every night And rides homo on a lute trolley cor. ?Chicago Nows. MINES UNDER THE OCEAN. Stalwart Ouoinos Who ?1? the Ores Sir. Fathoms JJolow tho Surface. Thore Is a striking example of man's boldnoss in soarohing for wealth and his skill In securing It ut Botallook, near Cope Cornwall, Alaska. Botallook is a bold headland composed of hugo massos of horubloudo, masked by walls of slato, against which tho Atlantio ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 February 1896

THE TIMES. XVSBY MOHNING. XXOHFT MONDAY BOANOKB PUBLISHING OO., Publishers and Proprietors, THUS BUILDING, 1? OAMPBBLL AVBNUS 8. W. TBKM3 BT MAIL (Postage Prepaid), Dally, one month . . . . ? . I .BO m thieo months ..... l.w ** tlx months. 8.00 ?* one year, in advance . . . . 5.00 anday edition, one year .... 1.00 Ths Tihik is a men Der of Ute Associated rrees?the greatest aewe-ooltacttcg a??oclatton In the world?and recelrt* cwt a epecUJ Wire tie tall telegraphic news serrtr* of ?e .Assodate4 Press?tie same news from all cv*r the United Mtates and the world tfcat ** ?irasJtaBf^ftly t? telved by the great daltta* ot 2&tw Vota, Ph-Uadol pnlaand Baltt?or?. _ FEBRUARY, . 8 ? T W T F S V+l >*N- ^ f ;r -...! \j '.a IS ?fi T? 5FK Vf> *4 *t ?' t? fth ? *?'?*? Kw V^rk pw:d.i a fcal y?a? toi or gAnisiup <raftnitaKtati f.tT^tioaa. :?4r* iaur by fcb* rtoaxt ?.m..:c of the Haw tin* ?S Sa?tj Hcot aal tie late* arrest <? G?s?ral Garcia as! t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 February 1896

Special * SaJe Ladies', Children's and Misses' Ribbed i Plain Hose, COMMENCING MONDAY AND CONTINUING DURING THE WEEK. AT 5c PER PAIR: Full regular made, plain and ribbed Hose for chil? dren, all sizes, former price 20C and 25c per pair. Our Closing Price 5c Per Pair. AT 10c PER PAIR: Full regular made ladles1 Hose, former price 25c and 35c Our Closing Price 10c Per Pair. AT 15c PER PAIR: 10 dozen ladies' cotton and' lisle-thread, full reg? ular made Hose, former price 40c, 50c, 60c and $1 per pair. Closing Price 15c Per Pair. Only a few more leather Belts left at ioc, worth 25c to 50c apiece. Hew Spring Goods. We have been kept busy all the past week opening up New Spring Dress Goods?perfect beauties in design. New Black Dress Goods? all the new weaves. New Silks for Waists. New Scotch Ginghams at ioc and i2%c. New Percales, 36 inches wide at ioc per yard. New line of Cambric and Nainsook Embroideries. Millinery, Millinery. New line of Noveltle? in Straw Hats in all the leading shap...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Daily Times — 27 February 1896

What's tihe Use of Waiting ? ?'?They *I say "all things como to him who waits," but wo have not boon waiting, and wo don't proposo to wait "\Vo KNOW our prices aro right, our work A-l, and if you don't Roanoko, Va_189 M_ To BALL & MAY, Dr. T?im?_ GROCERS bring us work wo will como aftor it, in one way or another, either by bringing to your notice our prices, facilities and quality of execution, or personal interviews. Wo aro not grumbling; far from it We've had our share; wo aro still getting our share. But wo havo placed at your disposal a modorn, and almost ideal, printing establishment, with such facilities as to command admiration from all ith whom we havo business intercourse Wo are not waiting; haven't time to wait. An Up-to-Date Printing Office. Ono of tho vows tho writer mado when ho was "devil" in a country printing office was, in effect, that if ho evor owned or man aged a printing establishment, it would bo kept clean, at least by comparison. At that time ho h...

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