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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 January 1904

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued eTerv Fridav cvcningbv W. Ii. itrvIA-TIKEIKr^r, Entered at the Monterey postoffice ap second class matter. . Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan. 15, 1004 The First Highland County Courl The first coan tv court ever held in Highland, convened May 20th 1847, in a log building svliicli stood near where the Highland County Bunk now stands. It was termed ll justices court. The inilinl entry ol that body is as follows: Tiie following gentlemen justices of the peace for ihe county afore? said, to-wil: John Sitlington, Adam Stephenson, Br., George Nicklin, Benjamin Fleisher. Sam'] lindeman, lieu ben Slaven. George W Amiss. Charles Steuart, Peter 41 ul I, Andrew il Byrd, Thomas Jones, James B Campbell, James Brown, Ernaline] Arbogast, Adam Stephenson Jr. A!>el ll Armstrong. John il Pallin and David ll Bird. produced h com mission from the Governor ?>i: Lue Commonwealth, commissioning them Justices of tho peace for the sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 January 1904

Highland Recbodek LOCALE EWS. PERSONAL ft rief Items of Interest to Home ^olks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. For want of a better nama w?{ will call this particular weather that we are having at this particu- y lar time Winter Weather. rather Van Ingelgem of Staun? ton was (railed to Jacksons river last week to minister unto one of his churchmen, Robert Doyle, who is sick. Mr David Woods and wife and Mr Elihu Gnni of Back Creek were up Wednesday, Mr Woods's little boy who was so badly hurt is re covering rapidly. Mr A 13 Deverick formerly of this county, now rebiding at Stuarts Draft, was in Monterey Wednes? day. Mr E L Matheny was up Ihe first of the week. Mr Paris Johnston was making a several days trip in VY Va. His wife and children aro boarding with Mrs Cross. Emblem pins. Masonic. Oddfellow and Woodsman, at 13, M. Slaven's. All kinds of country produce has a ready market at E B Whitelaw & Co's. Kev W M C Sponaugle will preach at Thorny Bottom Jan. 31, ll a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 15 January 1904

other 1 My mother was troubled with consumption Jpr many years. At * lasf^he wasfgiven up to die. Then I she tried Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and was speedily cured." D. P. Jolly, Avoca, N. Y. No matter how hard your cough or how long you have had lt, Ayer's Cherry Pectoral is the best thing you can take. lt's too risky to wait until you have consump? tion. If you are coughing today, get a bottle of Cherry Pectoral at once. Three sizes : 25c, 50c, $1. All druijUU. Consult your doctor. If he says take lt, then do ts lie says. If he tells you not to take it. then don't take lt. He knows. Leave lt with him. We are willing. J. C. AVER CO., Lowell. Mast. wt iisti i ii-hiisiii i I " The American and His Oyster. The oyster in his glory is a rich, dark-colored, shapely inhabitant ol' salt water. He is plump, but not swelled up, and has a delicious, incomparable salty flavor, which nobody who really koowa him and has the taste tn appre- i ciate lum would ever dream ot spoil? ing with crude cond...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 January 1904

HIGHLAND ECORDER VOL. xxvr. MONTEREY; HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 22, 1904. NO. 1. EXPECT NO FOREIGN Al Japan Declares That f-h; Will Ffcbt H Own Battles. WILL BE A STRUGGLE TO TIIE DEAT "Nothing Can Avert War Between Russia ai Japan In the Future, Even if Tere: ls Pi cired Now," Says Baron H.iya -lr, Japane Minister to LonJon, in a Rcmnrktb Frank Siatenient? Issues Involved London (By Cable).?In peculiar (rank language, Baron Hayashi, ai'ti ?onsultation with the Foreign .Ollie lumnied up the situation as. follows: "1 only hope thc Czar will give i peace, but my hopes are not ttronj If we go to war it will bc (or issui whereon both America and Ruglan lave insisted diplomatically. We ha\ received no pledges from any countr that in the event of defeat it will ste In and save us from being absorbed t Russia. We cannot count even in cj trcmities on the armed support of an nation in the world. It would bc struggle to the death. Perhapi wc ai not strong enough to fi?ht Ri^si There arc t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 January 1904

^arin Advance. fed ererv Fridav evening b* Entered at the Monterey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan. 22, 1904. This Wood Question Is Right Serious. Its this way with os individually. Wc have several subscribers about town who lake out paper, and as they preter to pay in wood,we agree, lu the fall we commence to get anxious and we look for wood. Here comes a load of nice, good seasoned wood. We go ont to re? ceive it gladly, but on by us il goes fcj Mr J's wood pile. Anoth? er, another and another go by To A. 13. C. and D's wood piles, and aa they go we grow chilly. By and bj it gets to he winter, and in comes one of our wood subscribers "and he says, "Well, I reckon you wood like to have some wool."? We say, "we wood." Says he, "I'm sorry, but its ho snowy mid icy I can't haul rill it gels better, and Pm sorry too that I haven't a bit of seasoned wood. Yours will be green when it does come." We take a look at him nod we see lie is the fellow who hauled l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 January 1904

Highland Recbodek LOCAL MEWS.'' PEB80ISAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Polka About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr I L Beverage is tench ing the Strait Creek School.^ Mr Robert Wiley of Mill Gap j was up Tuesday. J Mr Amos Hiner of Bi}' Valley made a bn?iu*ss trip lo town Tues day. Tiie first trip on the Durbin mail route will he made on the first day of Feb. C W Trimble contractor. Send your orders to H M Slaven for newspapers, magazines etc. for 1904. Dr E J Jones was called in con? sultation with Dr Jv ll Trimble, in the case of Airs Samu'l Herener. ? Mr Hull Kramer ot' Academy was in Monterey a dav or two re? cent)*/ on a matter of business. \ The colored entertainment of las! Friday night was a howling suc cess>jU was more than generously patronized bv the white* lind the net receipts ran something over $25. Mr Bradford Stephenson of Meadow Dale was doing some trad? ing here Monday. Messrs Al Robertson and Nathan Bussnrd of Bolar were up Monday. Highland Lodge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 22 January 1904

?S VXlVGH UpOOCTORS. fcranaSave t was catarrh of the lungs so common In the winter months.] *"***"*" I in MISS JEMIE DRISCOLL Misi Jennie Driscoll, 870 Putnam Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y., writes: "If people knew how efficient Peruna tea* tn the cure of ca? tarrh, they ifould not hesitate to try lt. J have ail the. faith in thc world in it as it cured me, and I have never known of a case wlicn the person iran not cured tn a short time,"? ST?Scspt***' ^?** Jennie Driscoll. Mis. Col. li. J. Gresham, Treasurer Daughters of the Confederacy ami Presi? dent Hertiden Village Improvement Society, writes the following letter from Hornden, Fail fax Co., Ya.: ITernden, Va. The Peruna Medicine Co., Columbus, Ohio: Gentlemen?"/ cannot speak too highly of the value op Per Hit a. I believe that lowe my lite to tte wonderful merit*. 1 suffered te Uh catarrh ot the head and lunge in tte worst form, nulli ihe doctor* /airly (jive mc np. and J despaired of ever getting well again, ''I noticed your advertisem...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 January 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDER V OL. XXV I. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., JANUARY 29, 1904 NO. 2 AFFAIRS JUST DRIFTING Japanese Governm ut Awaits Russia's Reply With Intense Anxiety. WILL BE WAR OR PEACE V RY SOON. No Dispatches Kev: Been Rec jive J io Was' ligton lo tb: Last Few Pays Either irrm the Foreign 0 fie; or th: A ti: ric sa Em? bassy at London Throw ng Mi c'i AdJItional Light on tb: S listen Washington, D. C. (Special).?Unit? ed States Minister Griscom reports to the State Department, from Tokyo that there has been no change in the situa tion there relative to the Russian ne? gotiations. Intense interest is exhibited, but the Japanese are awaiting with pa? tience for the decision ol Russia. Although he called for another pur? pose, Sir Mortimer Durand, thc British ambassador, had an informal talk with Mr. Loomis, the acting secretary ot State, about affairs in thc far East. No dispatches have been received here Hi the last few days cither from the foreign office or the American emba...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 January 1904

Highland Recokdei Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued CTerv Friday evening by W. IS. 3VIA.TKE3>T"S', ac*si-ro--% A.>rr> -{?"O'SL-iiExrER. Entered at the Monterey postoffice ? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Jan. 29, 190 TT_._ *?> Other Changes In Highland .fla Service. Now that the Monterey-Durbi mail route ii established there ai other chances in the Highland ma service that we think would Dat Ul Jilly follow. The ring mail could he discon tiuued and to supply thc servic rendered by it un nrrangemen something like the following coul be made: Let the .Jacksons Rive mail come directly to Monterey, ex tend the Back Creek route tu High town and Iel the territory frou Monterey, hy way of Strait Creel Forks of Water and Crabbottom to I Ugh town, he supplied by i rural free delivery route. This arrangement, or something similar to it that might he suggest ed, would not onlv supply the *er vice now given hy the present riuj rout,-1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 January 1904

Highland Heckodek >LOCALNEW8. LERSONAL ftiief Items of Interest to Home Vol ks About Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr Charles Wagner of Crabbot toin called Saturday and renewed his subscription. Two pure bred Avhite Wyandottj roosters tor sale. Apply at this office. We regret to state that Mrs ?Samuel Hevener's condition ia not ?o favorable. V^Vtr Will Cobb who has been liv? ing on the mountain near town, has moved to Monterey. Mr E K Rexroie of Crabbottom made a business trip to town Tues? day. He informs us that his brother E ll K>xrode is now on his way home from the Philippines, where he has been in Uncle Sam's service for three years. Mr Wesley Bussard of Bolar was up Tuesday. Mr 0 A Hird, salesman for a W Va. grocery visked our merchants I his week. Mrs Ella Fleisher is having quite a serious sick spell, it being the after effects of measle^. Thura* day morning?She is reported bet? ter bv her phTsiciau, Dr I II Trim? ble. Highland Lodgn 110 A. F. and A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 29 January 1904

coMHDDor.E i.:c;.3uc;i GF OUR NAVY Recommends Pe-ru na -Other Pro? minent Hen Testily. Commodore Somerville Nicholson, of the United States Navy, lu a letter from 1837 R St., N. W., Washington. D. C., says: "Your Peruna has been and is now used hy so many of my friends and ac? quaintances as a sure cure for catarrh that I am convinced of its curative qualities, and I unhesitatingly recom? mend lt to all persons suffering from that complaint."? S. Nicholson. The highest men in our nation have given Peruna a strong endorsement. M>n of all classes and stations are equally represented. If you do not derive prompt and sat? isfactory results from the use of Pe? runa, write at once to Dr. Hartman, giving a full statement of your case, and h*? will be pleased to give you his valuable advice grnlis. Address Dr. Hallinan. President of The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus. O. Ae'c Your Druggbt for a free Peruna Almanac for 1904. Almost 7 per cent, of the cost of operating a railway is f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 February 1904

amnztvmmwarttMOamaaaam j (lil :i ? Ifjj I; IU mm?ll V i?""?' ii m i - ' '*"** nitivS'i*** 'J t ttl *n ..,, I . .'-? ? ' ' ? :? - ? flin* arii | .,,!.- 7fi;n,i*r.j i -.ifiMj Ul il g:..! 1 '? l?. ? III' LiM__!t?aiiiii<i?r_^b'O J ;*1^ ?Jue* lainwij-iaU rlaurliiTf sllT rIim tedi riilifriwg < ^-Jl ?i^lnl'i I 1 fjM furn n^i Hill iuSj. ,; -?..,:.! eta! gi'-g-'i' ?-^-rr-i?;-~~?-*i-'? ??? "??? nilli iii ?~Z-". I.. ? ? B?"i"-r-- .rt:':-.'-' _ MONTEREY, HIGHLAND J&tfcn'Y: ^it?tTJP^S**?'* i i'c JW UB ?i ? ' uiijj ii ii-a?i. j___i_i':_U MflftftA nliMrti s i'll.ff .e*n-,-,T r*J iiHast i '*Mi'i tut* v?... i *r Hil jkt a tv-. M ??**? .*ta!W*t,..vt-4-o-Ti ?ffcafc ?-t. *"*"") ifilfcuNI -?'?? I MW ll --V-1 .?Ta{ij-T , jj y-..^,.,-,y NEW BECHTEL CLUES . < ?????"?"j "fj ?: - fj*> ihl Police Serf cant Expects ^Solalion of Murder Mystery. TRACES Tfl.E CWlE Td A RESORT. Mr. timm is'Next taCertaio That toe Gir Was Killed at a Resort ob Um Outskirts ol ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 February 1904

Highland Recorder. Terms, f 1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued eyerv Friday tYeningbT W- H. ?J-vIA.TKCElSr'Y, aB*SXToS? -^XTE* I*Tja**L,I81IEB. Entered at the Monterey postoffice as second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Feb. 5. 1904 Honey Question Not In lt?Neith? er ls Hr Bryan The Hon William J Brvan'i late speeches advocating ratification and reaffirmation of the Chicago and Kansai City platforms, therein miking the money issue, the issue IO the next campaign, have caused tiie counting of noses at the Na? tional Capitol. A careful poll of democrats in Congress show Unit nine tenths of them are opposed to making th*1 money issue prominent iu the plat form or even mentioning it at all They say that this issue for the present is a closed issue. That the influx of gold to this country on Recount of the new gold strikes in the Klondike and other places, Hie failure of crips in the older coun? tries and the money dumped into circulation oil account of the late Spanish-American war, h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 February 1904

Highland Reokodek LOCAL NEWS, PERSONAL Brief Items of Interest to Home Polka About Their Friends Ami Acquaintances. Mr CS II '('obi) and wife of Tri ni blu were in town Saturday. Ur Walter Evielc of McDowell was np Tuesday mid gave us nm order for job work. Lately the Evii-ks have added lo their harness business n line of general merchan? dise. In crossing the Green brier near ' Durbin a few dava agu Ihe iee broke with Mr Dave Hiner and it was with great difficulty he saved himself and horse. I preach Sunday Feb. 7 at High* town at ll a. m. and at Trill itv 3 p. ni, Iv L Eutsler Five wagons loaded willi wheat from Dunmore, Pocahontas count?, came over to the Monterey mil I ar-* t week. E B Whitelaw k Co. will give iou the highest uiaket price for pork. Call, pleas1, and get figures before von sell, Mr donas Mevener of Hightown brought a load of com to town Monday. Mr Eugene uodgeis spent. Mon dat night in Mo itcicY. Rei* just recovering from a cine of loncilitis. Miss Ni.ri Wilson, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 5 February 1904

Miss Rose Hennessy, wei a poetess and elocutionist, of Lexington, Kv., tolfc.-: how*' she was cured of uterine lntlamn^-tion, ,anct i ovantos.a. pv j the , y$G o{ Lydia W"?^ ' ? Pk a r i/ni) TOfAfl. # i ? if "hlr^'b'elef*! so bl?Ws Wly 1-cl ped th rou g*h the' u?? of Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound that I fetUt huivjnst. to acknotrlfdge ll.hoping that it may help some- other woman suffering1 as I did. '? Tor yorci-*"!' HiWfea rhV-hefci of Tb I a't^nted pa-A^ieftA-^rr^ee^tJons ^hiji.l.v.clad. and, ?? '"'?'' X-i^4tt,^cf?*Vil^WK*^il^*^T^^^2^^T?iea!f,%^^ tt ?s a^o vluje'meiM&'riintfnj*. and this caused i-jfltimfr jind would, hf sudden.)** i^nK??T, *i)-? i*mwzg. , i.eaugv * me wi runt tag1;, and this caused lal rftMP 'I saffeved'ehcern.^'ati'Qf* pains and kept) pfetting1 worse "bad cold eighteen min at ion of tho vr'orrih hoahU. andi tih oug ht th'it J, wo-ddi alwajfa do so. ?hilled, month* and conpeste^-otf-iVi'V My attention was called to youciV-Ogetiible Oompo'iJud a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 February 1904

X HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY. HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 12, 1004. NO. 4. THE FAIRIES* TELEGRAPH. Last night, whan the chimes from the old hell tower HM slowly caroled the midnight hour, The fairies came trooping from every flower. To fiance on the aaeadow green. And early, rjuite early, with rap, a-tap. tao, A woodpecker startled by morning nap. To tell me what he had seen. Thc fairies bad He:l with the waking day, And lett behind, ia a careless way. Fastened to thorn and dewy spray, Their floating telegraph lines. And the bee and the butterfly, ready for fan. Were sending dispatches, every one. With thc queere-t of all queer signs. Each line to a blossom they carefully drew, And spelled out ihe message with drops of dew; I saw it myself. 1 know it is true, tia out through the meadow I went. Though some may call them but gossamer thveads, J looked right over the mischievous head?, And I read the menage they sent. Oi* course, I can't tell it, for bees' talk, you see. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 February 1904

Highland Recorder. Terms, $1.00 a Year in Advance. Issued eTcrv Fridav eronitipby W. Url. jVEA.TIiETsT'Y, E^TOK A*t**S F-U-B-ISIIEK. Entered at the Monterey postoffice a? second class matter. Monterey, Va., Friday, Feb 12. 1004 Kennedy The Train-Wrecker The Staunton Dailv News of the 7th, states that there is yet hope that the neck of Kennedy, the train-wrecker, who has been sen? tenced Ioho hanged at Staunton on Friday of this week, mid in whose behalf 400 petitioners prayed lo the Governor that his .sentence of death be commuted to life impris? onment, without avail, may yet bc spured on n technicality, nnd sever? al of Ihe ablest lawyers of tie Staunton bar have pronounced the point well taken. The claims put forward are as1 follows; Ihe comity COllft convict? ed the man. Kennedy, and sen? tenced hi.ii to hans; the old statute provides I hat a criminal must be j executed by an office* of the court in which liv i* Iried and condemn? ed; the ci.unty court is now ont of existence, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 February 1904

I Highland Reckodek _}^VM-> MEWS? E11S0NAL flrlof Item* of Interest to Homi Polks A kout Their Friends And Acquaintances. Mr J U Wilson -?f Doe [lill call ed to see us Mo tidily. Mr S H Kal-ton visitVd High bind friends Inst week. He ha* moved his blacksmith shop from Hover to Arbovnle. Mr VV P B Lockridge spent Moti* (liv night nith Sheriff Arbogast. Mavin);* completed (lie insidi work of thc bani: building at Mar linton. Mr A A Shumate hm re? turned home nnd is waiting for t!:?* weather lo break. \S hen jon hov carpets, see Sh reck li i'm- ami Bear. I will preach Sunday. Iii.' lilli. Thorny Bottom ll a m. Zion 3:30 p. m. Union Chapel 7 p. m. H T Heironimus Mn Wm Peterson ff Pennsyl? vania is visi.ini* lier grand parents, Mr and Mrs G W ll evener of High town. Miss Annie McNultv of Mc Do tr - ell visited Monterey friends the first of the week. Ta B Whitelaw & Co, wiil -*ive von thc highest make! price for pork. Call, please, and get figures before von sell, M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 12 February 1904

A Golden Rule of Agriculture: Be good to your land and your crop will be good. Plenty of Potash In the fertilizer spells quality and quantity in the har? vest. Write us and we will send you, free, by next mai), our money weaning books. GERMAN -AU WORKS. M Nassau Stree!. New York. FREE OUR BOOKLET W ?all about Catarrh tod Veale Lungs? our treatment too* If we don't cure you. No matter how long stand? ing or how roany doctors hive failed, we guinn. tee to cure you or lt costs you nothing. 50 YIARS OP SUCCESS AM 70,000 CURES. Write today, ??W??????^"?" Wistarian Co., 1123 Broadway, New York. Saw mills The DeLoach Patent Variable Friction Feed Saw Mill wilh 4 h p cuts 2.ooo feet per day. All ?Uta and price* to wit De Loach Shingle Milla, Meera, Trimmer.-), rlaners; Corn and Buhr Mills, Water Wheels, l^ath Mills. Wood Saws. Our handsome new Catalog will interest yoi-.. DeLoach Mill Mtg. Co., Box 8.;-, Atlanta, Ga. I PAY 51-0 T CASH FOR ?rum* LftNQ WARRftNTS BOUNTY ismtMi to ?o'cii?r? 0* ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Highland Recorder — 19 February 1904

HIGHLAND RECORDER VOL. XXVI. MONTEREY, HIGHLAND COUNTY, VA., FEBRUARY 19, 1904. NO. ">. A BALLAD OF CHANCE. My first were innocent and sweet: i'heir charms in mawkish rene I sung j J loved the grand beneath their feet? That i-> the way when one i< young, .V something seemed to tic rm tongue Ami so my love I never tola; What chu nee.-, then away t flung! 'Tia different when one is old. .And next, in manhood'* noonday heat, Prom fair to mir I lightly tirang; Half-way they would my nroouig meet? 'I'his i- the way when men are young, About their petticoats 1 hun?? 1 trow they never found me cold; Lore's changes then I gayly rung; 'Ti* different when one i- old. To -ic anon thc Anxious seat, Thc aA-too-willing milds among, With foolish dreams one's self to cheat That is tlie way when men are young? With sweetest poison to be stung. To be too shy <>r overbold, To waste at spigot and at bung! 'Tis different when one is old. L BNVOL To ...

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