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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1910

r' GARDEN SEED ?IN THE BULK AT? JobnstoD, Day & Terry Go's. They have a FliESII SUPPLY? cm (Times?jU caterer (Somsolibaleb Sentinel Ifllovembev 10, <903 # 1/ SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 19ia fall kirnls, and can save you money. Also Northern-grown Seed Potatoes, ?Early Rose, Early Ohio, Irish Cobbler. Silver Skin and Yellow Danver Onion Sets. PHONE NO. 24. Volume 447 WAGE INCREASE ,0N THE -N. & W. Six Per Cent. Advance Brings foy to Many Employes of System. The management of the Nor I folk and Western announced an increase or six per cent, in wages of all employes who receive $155 or less monthly anil who have not received an advance since October 1st, 1909. General Manager N. D. Mailer, when asked for At statement, said : "We have decided to increase the pay of all employes who receive under $153 per month six per cent. This applies to those whose salaries have not been raised since October, 1909, and it does not apply to employes who have...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1910

SKETCH Of CAPT. r ROBERT CRAIG. F (By .1 udge A. A. Phlegar.) F When a century, a decade, and eight annual revolutions of the * earth have passed place the . birth, and fifty-eight years since r the death, of an individual, un p less in- luieu u largo place 111 the \ history or his time, or unless a family, proud of his character* or his achievements, have preserved traditions and records of his life, the task of the biographer is a hard one. Believing that the reclamation and preservation of the local history of a people tends to the increase of local pride, and to an increased desire for local Flo Kg. lie gave to Montgomery county the site of tile present courthouse (the first one built for the county was a log house which stood at the corner of his yard), ami conveyed to trustees the land on which the town of Christinnsburg was established, what is now the Main street being the northern highway of the town. To James and Anne Craig were born only fifteen children; five of them die...

Publication Title: Salem Times-Register And Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1910

[ w."c.u7coiIil If ?rri('?iM s % n:n w. c. t. v. President.?Mrs. Mtmah Hobbs Day. | Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. C. W. Price. Mrs. M. K. a Berry, Mrs. J. K. Shank, Mrs. K. R Moure, ft Mrs. B. T. Semoues. I RecortllnK Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyer. I Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. K. Shank. 1 <+ Treasurer.?Mrs. George S. Stevens. I NnperlufenUentn of Department*. Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corbitt. B KvnnKeltsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. G. Obenclialn. | Flower Misslou.?Mrs. B. T. Scmones. r Medal Contests.?Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. O. F. ] Movor. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Penn. Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Sclentlllc Temperance Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. Florence Crlttenton Home?Mrs. E. R. Moore. Social MeetinRS and Red Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltcsell. Press.?Mrs. M. II. Day. [TltK TlMKS-RBOlSTBn and Sbntinei., at their request, has placed a column at the disposal of the earnest and faithful women of the VV. O. T. Union, who will hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1910

PUUL1BHKD BVEUY THDK8 W Salem Printings Pub V M. U. McCLUNG, K j W. W. MoCLUNG. I f Subseripti | One Year, I Nine Month* L Six Month*, ..... 9 Tliree Months, .... j PHONI i The census man is comingTreat him kindly, and Rive him | all the information you can. Pittsburg seems to have had ) a bargain lot of grafters on her L city council for the past few f years. The North 1*010 has been discovered a year April Oth, and "the Etna trust has cornered the Pole. What is tho matter with the trust? Manchester lias acted very sensibly in deciding to become a part of Richmond. As a part of Richmond it will grow much more than it would in its present stuta rrViA A nvll tiT court in now being hold in our new courthouse, and all' who coinc to our court are wonderfully pleased with lloanoke county's new court building. The court room is large, well ventilated and we 111 lighted, and is lending favorable comments from tlio members of the bar, both far and near. There are very few counties in Virgin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1910

r-__ f Times-Register and Sentinel. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. k_ RENTS GGTTIN^CIIEAPER If you do not believe this, consult our list of desirable property in all parts of the town. We are certaiu to have - something to suit you. E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Aye. SALEM, VA. "Something Fine!" We have just received a choice lot of Country Flams, Shoulders and \ Side Meat. Come in and make your selection before it is all gone. Bowman & Tyree KOKoiiottoaioatoatoitoarioitoitoatoato 1 OUR SO DA | 2 IT mr rr a * o jl1 m A. i n ? o NERVES THE COOLEST AND ? V MOST REFRKNHINQ NODA, O 2 MADE VKOM THE PUREST AND * 0 MOST WHOLESOME MATERI. ? U AIM. O ] 1 ===== 2 . 2, PLENTY OF CHU8HKD FRUITS FANCY * , O DRINKS TO PLEA8K BY THEIR NOVELTY ? ? OUR 1CK CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS ? y SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? q O PROVE IT8 MERITS X , ^ yT ' O OUR ICE CREAM SODA AND EGO y ( K DRINKS ARE TIIE REST. WE 8ERVE O O THEM JUST TO SUIT YOUR TASTE. * 1 m o . O WE ALSO MAKE FRK8R HOME MADE X g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1910

Wr SKETCH OF CAPT. ROBT. CRAIG ^rn Continued from I'apo Two. jmrt Immortality? No. Athena, | W Koine ami Carthage once were, but now they are not. The reI fhetion is inelaneholy, but it is irresistible. The time will come when our beloved republic will ^ live only in history. It is the common fate of all things beI neath the sun. But I do trust, r tluit under the blessings of a kind Providence, ages upon ages will run their ample round ere it will be asked, Where now is the once splendid republic of North America?" The bill was defeated by a vote of 88 to 111. Curiously, this speech is attributed to Representative Hector Craig of New York by the index to Vol. X. of Abridgement of Hebates i?i Congress. The index to Gales' ami Seatoil's contemporaneous reports of Congressional proceedings attributes it to Mr. Craig of Virginla, and various references in the speech to "wo of the South," to Virginians, and to Mr. I\ l\ Harbour as "my colleague," show that it was Mr. Robert Craig, of Vir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1910

I MYSTERY Of SLEEP H "Why our Braiu is Lighter and |H Legs Heavier When We I Snore. B Sleep is one of the uiany seienH tifie mysteries tliat still await solution. What it is exactly noBp V -' - v body knows. But many curious facts have recently boon discov?rod about it, says a witter in B Answers. ' For instance, when we sleep, g the lower half of us weighs more than xne upper" hair. The brain is lighter and the legs are heavier. Experiments have shown that if a man goes to sleep on a bed suspended exactly at the middle point of his weight his ^ head begins to tip slowly up and his feet to go down. When he wakes it is to find that his head is getting nearer the floor and . his feet nearer the celling. This is due to the fact that when wo are asleep the blood In the brain goes off to other parts of the body. The moment the brain wakes to life again it draws the blood back. In fact, a doctor can bring the most ' restless of individuals sleep in a few seconds by tightly compressing the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 7 April 1910

HHr HOLD YOUR BREATH AND KILL A ('OLD. A large percentage of the colds with which people afflict m themselves is the result or passW log from place to place of widely f different temperatures. Crowds L pass from a warm church, thear ter, dance hall, or some place of L this kind, to the open, where posL sibl.v the temnoeAturc. is ??oiow freezing, ami the sudden change of temperature causes certain physiological effects. These cannot be discussed technically except among physicians, but they result in what is commonly known as a cold. However, it is , a simple matter to guard effectively against this exposure, i "writes JL. S. Lie Tellier. j It is a well-known fact that I the skin is punctured by an infinite number of exceedingly small holes called pores, through which various waste secretions from the body are passed off. It is not usually known that when one is breathing the pores are open; but when the breath is held all of these infinitely small holes immediately close. As proof o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1910

r GARDEN SEED ?IN THE BULK AT? ? Johnston, Day St Terry Co's. They have a FRESH SUPPLY? all kinds, and can save you money. 11 pi i-i i ,Sa (c ttt {?uncs? c qTqtTF -aunD- ^ (Sonsolibaleb Sentinel 'UTTooembev J0, 1003 <* SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1910. Also Northern-grown Seed Potatoes, ?Early Hose, Early Ohio, Irish Cobbler. Silver Skin and Yellow Danver Onion Sets. PIIONE NO. 24. Volume 44. BRYANWRITES from rr a 711 fl Iil/ITI Uli/iLIL Better That Caused Commotion Anions Democrats at WasliI lUKton, Washington, April 13. ? The letter oT William .leanings Bryan written from .Brazil ami which was read tonight before the Democrats who attended the Jefferson Day banquet here and tlio.se at a similar function in Indianapolis?the letter which caused a commotion among the local banquet committeemen at its initial reading because of [what some of them termed its unorthodox doctrine?is as follows : "I thank you for the Invitation to the Jefferson Day banquet. While 1 sha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1910

^H^story of a famous apple f orchard in virginia. f (The following is taken from L The Fruit Gi"o\ver, of St. Joseph, m Missouri, April, J bio.) F This artlcLe is to tell of a great orchard in Virginia?not a l)ig orchard, as orchards go, but a great one measured "by its fruits and by its income. It Is loeareu m wiuit is kiiowii loeany . tin the "Back Crock Country," about eighteen miles from Uoanoko. .Last spring, when the manager ami editor of the Fruit-Grower V wore in Virginia* we visited this orchard. One June day, in company of Dr. Schubert of the Norfolk and Western Hallway, and Pl'of 11 I. Pmtna itf -i hi* V il* or In IA Experiment Station, wo drove out from Roanoke. A drizzling rain foil nearly all tlie way?but don't imagine the ride wasn't a most enjoyable one, for it was. It wasn't a hard rain, just a warm drizzle. Mountain laurel was In bloom, and hero and there were great patches of color, showing through the trees. Wild grape Nines were also in bloom and this Nine grows...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1910

r W. C. T. U. COLUMN I OITirKKN NALKN W. V. T. V. President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. Vice-Presidents.?Mrs. O. W. Price. Mrs. M. R. Horry. Mrs. J. K Shank. Mrs. R. K Moore. I Mrs. II. T. Semonos. Recording Secretary.?Mrs. O. F. Moyor. Bsl Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. H. shank. Treasurer.?Mrs. George 8. Stevens. NnperlntendentM of Department*. H Literature.?Mrs. Chan. Corbltt. D Evangelism and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. B. H Obenchaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Semoncs. Medal Contests. -Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stevens. Work among Soldiers and Sailors?Mrs. G. F. f Moyor. \ Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Peon. I Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss 1 Fannie Folks. Florence Crlttenton Home?Mrs. E. K. Moore. Social Mooting* and Ued Letter Day.?Miss Maggie Whltesell. Press.?Mrs. M. II. Day. [TlIK TlMBS-KBOraTKR and Skntinku. at their request, has placed a column at the dlsSosal of the earnest and faithful women of ?e W. C. T. Union, who will liavo the entire stfear...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1910

MPfalcm limffi-pcq Hr PUBLISHED KVKUY TIICKS f Salem Printings Pue L ^ M. G. McOLUNG, K W w- w- McCLUNO. I \ Subscripti One Year, ..... Nino Month* Six Mouth*, ..... ^ Threo Months, .... ' PHON1 Tliose who arc looking for Hallay's Coinot will have an opportunity in May to see it, as at tills time it will be more clearly discernible tluui at any time while passing the earth. Keep on the lookout about the middle oT May. The death of Justice Brewer lias rendered it necessary that A ! 4 4 1.^ TM GUSROlUUOU KUllS iiguinw*. cmStandard Oil Co. and tliic Tobacco Trusts bo re-argued in the Supreme Court before final distribution is mode of tliem, and we will noti likely have the decision until toward fall. | SPRAYING. The orehardlsts of ltoanoke county who expect to have a crop of saleable apples this faJl are now busy spraying their orchards. We would suggest to > all the orchardists of the counIty who have not made arrangements to spray, to get ready and spray their fruit at onc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1910

r Times-Register and Sentinel. FUULI8IIED KVERY THURSDAY. RENTS L fiETTIN^HEAPER I If you do not believe B this, cousulfc our list of ? desirable property in I all parts of the town. IjH, We are certain to have something to suit you. H1 E. R. MOORE Sergeant's Office, College Aye. SALEM, VA. Let Us Be Your Grocers! We are bringing all our resources to bear to make it pay you to become a regular customer at aur store. We cater entirely to your wants and are daily making our store more and more so. Headquarters for all kinds of Groceries Fruits and Vegetables Every order receives prompt and carefwl attention. TRY US. Bowman & Tyree ftoitoiioiioatoaeoBtoatoKoatoaioatQato | OUR SODAi ? FOUNTAIN I ?* o O NERVES THE COOLENT AND g K MOST REFRESH INO SODA, O , 2 MARK FROM THK I*1TRCSTAND * * MOST WHOLESOME MATERI. ^ I If At,s O 3 ' O 2 PLENTY OF CRUSHED FRUITS FANCY M O DRINKSTOI'LKASK BY THEIR NOVELTY ? ] * OUR ICE CREAM IS NOTED FOR ITS g | SMOOTH RICHNESS AND PURITY? q | O PRO...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1910

^^EW^oisontreeT I IN THE WORLD I They Aro Found in Only Two r Places Queensland and j Western Africa. i In only two places in tho world, Queensland and the west ^ coast of Africa, can there be found tluit most remarkable of nuture prouueirons, tne hrvinrophlocum laboucheri (or poison tree.) Referring to this tree in ( speaking at a meeting of the Sydney Natural History Society. A. Meston, formerly protector of l aborigines in northern Queensr land, says that when in full f foliage it is one of the most beautiful trees in the world. The I wood is elegantly grained and marked by colors and peculiar streaks which readily distinguish it from any other known timber. It is extremely hard and tough, mid the blacks of the Cape York peninsula use it for making their woomeras, with which they y throw the spear. The tree bears long pods containing beans. *\ hieh, like the> leaves, are fata I ) all animal life. The stoma -h of a deadj goat or a dead sheep may show only three or four ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1910

rf AS COL. WATTERSON SEES IT. It uuiy be that the Republicans will HP-it wide open on Roosevelt. If it bo the determination of himself and Ills friends, heralding him as the only hope of Re IpuDlloanism, xo maKe him the Presidential nominee in 11)12, they will. In that event the i i-oad before us will be broader and stralghter. But, Ln any event, wc must shape our course to meet the popular demand for a general liouse-clenning felt by everybody to be the crying need at Washington as elsewhere. Tills can be alone effected by a change of parties, and if wo are to bo Intrusted with this the Issue must not be obstructed by any sido issues or doctrinal quib Diets or theoretical hair-splitting. ; We must find a nominee suited to the work to bo done, and having gained tlio confidence of the country. The party must gather about this nominee loyally. If any man proposes to lug in any "paramounts," kick him out. If any mail .breathes a word about "189G," shoot him on tho spot, as a famous Sec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 14 April 1910

POWER PLOW RUNS i r I HORSE FROM FIELD Y Has Taken S,000,000 Acres b Away fruui Animal's Do* | main. Within ten years npproximateu 1 y 8.000,000 acres of farm land V in the United States and Wesff torn ('nnailn linvo ln>on -fnknn ixway from the horse and turned ed over to the steam and fuel ! engine to be plowed. So great has been the improvement over old methods of plowing tluit the farmers of Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, and other parts L of the "corn belt" are beginning F to follow tiie example set b.v I the owners of larger farms in [ Ih i newer prairie sections. The ' improvements made within the last few years in the construe-* lion of the smaller traction engines using gasoline or oil have flcived many of the problems that were presented in the "moist" district of soft soils and email farms which the old and Larger steam traction engines could not meet. When man first began to till tne soil he nsod a stick to scratch en the surface of the ground sufficiently for him to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1910

? J y means a saving to you of 33 to 'They have a FRESH SUPPLY? T|tT if 501>er Cent 0Ver buying them Hi all kinds, ami can save you money. ^ < A A. Jiv ^ A ^ ^ I elsewhtre. ^ .Also Northern-grown Seed Potatoes, V^Ott^OllOCUCO ll^ IBM II "M Hi (M^ I f?* (aaj> . Supply yourself while the I -ftjIjHo*. Ear.y Oh,o. ,n8h I", II I L II }T . ^iOXHimbeV lb, 4903 * stock is freeb. ' 'Silver Skin and Yellow Oauver On- ' JohflStOD Dfl? <5 1611? CO ion Sets. 1'IIONE NO. 24. 4UUUJIUU, DVJW 1011J IV. ^??? ? Agents for W. L. Douglas and Dlltrlte Shoes VOLUME 44. SALEM, VIRGINIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1910. ~ NUMBER 47 I DEMOCRATS WIN 1 I ANOTHER VICTORY: | .James S. Havens Elected to i CongressIfrom :!-nd New B Yorii I>istrict. I Rochester, April 11).? Between 1 V 6.000 and H,OUO voters of Mon- 1 B roe county changed from the Tic- ? publican to this Democratic column today and elected the first f Democratic Congressman that 1 has represented the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1910

^^ARRMEASn W FOR SIOUX GIRLS V They Own Flue Fannsaml Their H Children Itring lOO Acres Apiece. In Gregory, 6. 13., I saw a bright eyed, luuxl muscled, clean H looking young fellow from Iowa who had justi returned from a honeymoon trip to Sioux Falls ? ?! 4- I* li r* *VA i\ 4< ? * ?-v* <?a> ?"V avf awl #?n 1 _ I>> i kit 10 nvHi u a |iivvt? ui i tu Laiico as %vou? would find in a long I'fly's' journey. The girl was suspiciously close to the age limit fixed by the government, but intelligence, good humor and true womanly nature beamed from her button-bright eyes. 1 happened to follow this couple into a restaurant, and 1 took a seat near them. The.girl was plainly dressed, in a neat plum-colored traveling suit, and the only tiling about her make-up that suggested the Indian was a pair of wide-beaded bracelets of striking color and design. Tho Honeymoon pair xa.iK.eu low over the table, the girl looking proudly at her new husband wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1910

I ff. C. T. II. COLUMN B OFKK'BKS N.\LI!N W. C. T. I'. President.?Mrs. Mlmah Hobbs Day. V Vice-Presidents.?Mm. C. W. Price. Mrs. M. K. B llerry. Mr*. J. B. Shank. Mrs. K. K Moore. Mrs. It. T. Scinones. B Record Ing Secretary,?Mrs. U. F. Moyer. Rl Corresponding Secretary.?Mrs. J. K. Shank. BP Treasurer.?Mrs. Goorgo S. Stevens. Superintendents of Department*. I Literature.?Mrs. Chas. Corbltt. Bvangollsm and Almshouse.?Mrs. C. E. Obcnchaln. Flower Mission.?Mrs. B. T. Setuones. Medal Contests. -Mrs. Lucy Gravely Stovens. Work amont, Midlers and Sailors -Mrs. G. F. Moyer. Sunday School.?Mrs. J. T. Pent). , Medical Temperance?Mrs. John Shank. Scientific Temperance Instructions ? Miss Fannie Folks. FlorenceCrittenton Home?Mrs. E. It. Moore. Social Meetings and lied Letter Day.?Miss ; Maggie Whltesoll. Press.?Mrs. M. II. Dav. [Tub Timks-Ueoistkk and Sentinel, at their request,has placed a column at the dlsSasai of the earnest and faithf ul women of le \V. U. T. Union, who will have the enti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register and Sentinel — 21 April 1910

Iw m&BHr i ^aicm limes-peg ^K I'U ULlt'H KL) KVKRY THDRS B Salem Printings Pub K> M. G. BtcCLUNG. B W. W. McCLUNU. I Subscripts Oue Year, . . . Nino Months, Six Mouths, . . . . Three Months, .... # ! PHONI Mr. Hearst in bring suggested as a running mate for Governor Harmon for the next Democratic Presidential ticket. The Democrats will not be foolish enough to tie up with Mr. Hearst any more, lie has been weighed in the balance and found wanting, and the less the Democratic party has to do with him, the better off it will be. nUGIIES CLEANING HOUSE. Governor lluglies is determined to uncover all the plague spots PPPVW?U i i SAL i$ttt and Sentinel DAY AFTKUNOON IiYTHB lishing Company, inc. DITOH. JUS1NRSH MANAOKK on Rates $1.00 . .,75 ? No. 26? 1 of corruption possible in tlic State of New York, llis effort to havo a thorough investigation aiul exposure of corruption which lias disgraced the halls of ( the legislature for. years past is generally commended, i M...

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