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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 March 1897

VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA;. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 19, \^.)7. NO. 42 'R c*8TBARNB8, At1ora9j ?( Lmw. BALVM, VIRGINIA. Orrics?Diilard it Persingsr Boildlnn. in O. BHAUM JnmxTano? 8ALEM. VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Fnsr Town Baru? of nr., lii? "lne ^nBU*Jn5* S?? .^Virriaia Firs and Marine insurance vow panv, organised 1832, and other Btate Oom *^LSrore?e horn* antamnss. oott'tf ?v?. W. IXKUIOOTI, H'ifiJSS!!!?1' fceporter Oouitof Ap- I^CtoMonTEale, Balem, Va. Wegl2^.Va AMHBROT7QH * HANBB HOUGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. SALKM, VtBQINIA. lo tiTQonrtsaf JhMwate ke City, ?nd the Oowft of Room. 1 * J, Horasr Va. y|BNPERSON LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. OrricK : Diilard A Persinger Building, College avenue, Room No. 2. or Prompt attention to all business intrusted to him. feb!9 ly E. ALLBMONG. ? ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, ?1LEI, VA. Practice in Roanoke and adjoining counHn * OFFICE?Btrouse Building, opposite Courthouaa Square, College avenue. Jyl2 w. a. ?TAFL?a, ?? s-If*LA*' j*t* JudjM of Cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 March 1897

ty>\m$ - gUtjistct. Is tl?e Oldest Newspaper iu Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, MARCH 19, 1W>7. DKMT & WKillUtK, Publisher*. Salem sports were largely backing Corbett in the bin light, but they are powerful glad now the "other fellows" didn't have any money. Postmaster (ieneral Gary has uiade an announcement of interest to democrat it* postmasters whose terms expire on various dates under the new administration. lie says he has decided to adhere to .the four year tenure of ofllce poltey for postmasters except in eases where such officials should be removed for causes. But who doubts that Mr. (Jary will find a "cause" when lie wants to get r!?1 of a demoerut. K. ?. Moorman, Treasurer of Campbell county,has made a deed of assignment for the benefit of his creditors. He prefers the State of Virginia for $-1,000, and the county of Campbell is also preferred, but the sum due the county is not specified ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 March 1897

FRIDAY. MARCH 19, 18&7. mwrw ? (he Postoffice. in Salem, Va. ** seoond-daas matter. LOOAL AFFAIKS ?f%ro your foot ftiyht and foft? If so you buy right and left sooks knit so they will fit the foot They prevent corns, ing? owing toenails and bunions, and wear three times as long as straight socks. We are sole agents for these celebrated Waukenhose. We have also a full line of jfoadfos' and Qonts' J?oso and J?cdf J?ose. Feat her bone Corsets and Waist*, every pair warranted, are controlled by us. New Spring Styles in DOUGLAS' SHOES for Men and Bop in stock r now. We recommend Carlisle Shoes for Ladies and Children. We control both of these celebrated makes. All*colors in Shoe Mains and Pol ishes In stock now. BROWN'S i'iir SALEM. Va. OOME AND 8ETTLE. All persons indebted by account or otherwise to James T. Dame are hereby notified that same are held by me as his Trustee, in his deed of alignment, made February 1?, . 18H7. and recorded In the county eouri clerk's office, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 March 1897

Tutt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills. Tried Friends Best, F< >r thirty yearsT utt's Pills hav<* proven a blessing to the invalid. Are truly the sick man's friend. A Known Fact 1* or bilious headache, dyspepsia sour stomach, malaria,constipation and all kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURL AMONG OUR COLORED FRIENDS [This column will tell weekly of their work anil acts, and the matter will be supplied by Prof. John H. Duckwilder.) OUR PUBLIC SOEOOLS. Pioneer teacher, El ins Hackley, in the quiet little village of King's Town, closed oue of the most successful schools of the county Friday, the 11th. Parents turned out in lull to witness the examination, which wan partly conducted by Miss Simpson. Parents spoke in flattering terms of the advancement of their children, and the mauner in which the school was conducted. They claiui that our people mostly need the principles of morality, honesty and industry taught. Tuesday Hanging Rock Public S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 March 1897

n VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. VA.. FRIDAY MORNING. MARCH 26, 1MJ7. NO. 43 C. STEARNES, ^ Attora?/ at Law, SALEM. VIRGINIA. Office?Dillard A Pereing?r Building. O. SHANKS Insuranoa ffigeiit, SALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Frier Town 8ereeant, Main Street. Represents a tint-class line of Fira, Life n<t Aocident Companies. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Com pany, organised 1832, and other Btate Com (anlea. Encourage home enterprise. octS-tf m. W. BAHSSROUOH, In O. HAN8BBOUGB, Reporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals. Salem, Va. wealth's Atf j. Salem. Va. |T AN8BROUGH AHAN8BROUGH. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. VIRGINIA. ?? ?? ?* . J^Otwrfi' or'toMifcUi 'Hy^and tho Dourfc of j ?rrioa?Rooms 1 & 2. Horner Building, Salem. Va. H1 ENDERSON LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. OrrioB : Dillard A Pereinger Building, College avenue, Room No. 2. 137" Prompt attention to all busir-efls in-1 trusted to him. feblO ly JE. ALLEMONO, ATTORN KY-AT-LA W, N%I.KM. V%. Practice in Roa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 March 1897

?imcs ? gep$tn. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. MARCH 1897. 1>KN1T * WEBBZB, Publishers. Roanoke'* enterprising citizens will make an effort to have the next Democratic State convention held in that city. The Timks-Rkgistkk trust* that their efforts will meet with success. Roanoke can, and will, entertain such a body of people handsomely. The massive old oak tree at Monticello, uuder which Thomas Jefferson always delighted to sit and study, and at the base of which be was buried at his request, blew down a few days ago, during a heavy wind storm. It is said that the Virginia Republicans are marching on Washington in great numbers, each one expecting a good soft seat in the public crib. But they don't get the ear of the gentleman from Ohio as easily now as when they flocked in train loads to Canton before the election. An Illinois maty has introduced a bill in the Legislature of that State, proh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 March 1897

t K1DAY, MARCH 20, 18V7. the HMutBoa, in Stlam Va. "iiii* matter. ^ ^ . F* A J > iNew! Knew! Two ways of spelling new (knew), bat there are no two wa>s about the w?y wear** kuoekiiifc things. We etiuuicrHte Home articl a?the prices will be Kiveu you at the counter: \ 20 Pieces New Mxtting. New Floor Oil Cloth < if5 4-4and 0-4 wide New Table Oil < loth U'l New Tattle D'iiUH?k aud Doy lies New CmUoo^m, Percales, IjZ Ducks and GiiijsIimiuk. . ??cfi The New Uy? le Tweeds for pf? Skirts, Nent aud Nobby. * Id See our new line of Uuibrel Si las. 2n Examine our New Slip|H?rs. ?&? If<nk through the Coftft Stock CmJI and see for yourself. ?y. ty We will meet any cut vft brutal in Roxtiokf ; j.Ki-. 'j - Kfiofe Atfefit* f>r Butt^rich 'y P??tt*rns. We are i^te m?l> $?5 concern In town carrying Paf terns. Fashion Sheets given Jyi ftw?y. , | Brown's Bargain Ioosg, j ;?? MAIN 8T.. 8ALEM.VA. FRESH 00W FOB SALE. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 March 1897

Tutt's Pills Cure AH Liver Ills. * Proof. the boW> c!>: 'i " Jmotioncn<lclcause tiu ?} m .. ? :,!! impurities An :k hcadache, psia, sour stomach, coni?tipi.ii(\ i.nO. kc'drcd diseases. v4C?t*'i do without them" R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va. writes 1 don't know how I could do without them. I have had Liver disease for over twenty years. Am now entirely cured. Tutt's Liver Pills TEAOEDY AT POCAHONTAS. A Young Man Killed by a Girl of Sixteon. Pocahontas, Va., March 15.? (Special. )?\ esterdav Jatues NefT, a young man of 24 years of age, was shot and killed at this place by Mary Edwards, a woman of bad repute. NefT was well connected in this section. His family reside in Smyth county, and he stood \yell in this place. He counected with the mines here, and he had beeu living in Pocahontas two years. Mary Ed wards was a mere girl of 16. She claims to have been uuder the influence of liquor at the time, and not to remember anything about the shooting. She ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 April 1897

VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 2, 1897 NO. 44 C. 8TEARNES, Attorney at Law, SALEM. VIRGINIA. Office?Dillard A Persinger Building JJ O. SHANKS fnsxiranoo ffigont, SALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Frier Town Ser <eant, Main Street. Represents a first-class line of Fire. Lid nd Accident Companies. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Con panv, organised 1832, and other State Con panles. Bnoonraffe home enterprise. octS-tf ?. W. HAKSBROUOH, L. O. HAWSBROUUH. Reporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals, Salem,Va. wealth's Att'y Salem. Va. ansbrough aISansbrouoh. ? ATTORNEYS AT. LfW.. SM? ? VIRGINIA. ^_pr 6f*Hom*Ok* County, Roanoke City, and the Oonrt ol Appeals. Orrtca? Rooms 1 A 2, Horner Building, Salem. Va. H ENDER8ON LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Omci: Dillard A Persinger Building, Col lege avenue. Room No. 2. Prompt attention to all busi main trusted to htm. febl9 ly J. R. ALLEMONO, ATTORNEY-AT-LA W, V *. Practice in Roanoke and adjoiuing co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 April 1897

limes - Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. A1* K11 j 2, 1*?7. - IIKNI'I' .V PublUhera. The Roanoke Times admits that nearly all its ideals of suitable guberuatorial timber are dead, but mentions, as among the living: "Judge E. C. Burks, of Bddford; Judge James Keith,of the Supreme Court; Archer Phlegar, Esq.,of Christiansburg; Senator Eugene Withers, of Danville, nud Senator Charles P. Jones, of Highland. Ami," our neighbor adds, the Honorable Joliu tioode, of Bedford, is a towering oak when compared with Willow Sapling BUysou and lVrsimiuon Bush Tyler." All right ! There are no objections to any of the gentlemen above named but they are not candidates, and we venture the assertion that every one of them will loyally support either Ellyson or Tyler, if nominated. Is the Times ??ptt<>r,uiore patriotic, or purer In polities, than its ideal candidates? Surely it does not claim all the virt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 April 1897

^ioica-^UgidUt. F RI1>AY, APRIL 2, 18*7. ? th* I'moitfli* io *<al?ni V? Hill-<)!??> iliattei. jOAL AFFAIP6 ?0?00?S0' Another OGOOO 1 ffig Sale 1 We will sell our entire stock of goods for CASH orTRADK. io the next 30 days?if we can find purchafers for same F?>r the jwwt 15 yearsor nior we have been in voir midst in the capacity, direct iv or indirectly, as gr??cervniei? We have made that business a study, and have com * to the con elusion that the more rapidly we can dispose of our stock (which is coiup mi of all kinds of Staple ami Fancy Ontcenw. W rden and V eld eodn, Oliver Chilled Plows. Airtight Healing Stoves, &c , Ac ) tor cash or it* equivalent at a small niacin the better for all concerned We claim to have a larger and nmre ?miplete st<?ck than any merchant ibis side of >ew York that hasn't as large a st'H'k as we have ami to undersell any man that get** * larger price than we do. In fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 April 1897

Tutt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills. Arrest disease by the timely use of Tutt's Liver Pills, an old and favorite remedy of increasing popularity. Always cures SICK HEADACHE, sour stomach, malaria, indigestion, torpid liver, constipation and all bilious diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS Mplt In the lint. We take from Hon. Hoke Smith's Atlanta Journal the following narrative of one of Sam Jones' announcements of a collection, the result of which is usually placed at the disl>osal of Mr. Jones: " 'Now, brethren,' said Mr. Jones, comes that ubiquitious, inevitable collection. It must be taken up, for some of you fellows seem to prefer to Rive iu broken doses. You Heem to be dealiug In homeopathy instead of allopathy. Some of vou fellows give a penny uud have your whole family Netting by you, you old hound. Some of you 'possumeared rascals pay a quarter to go Into the peanut gallery at the theatre and won't give a nickel to this causc. If you haven't got any money give us a lock of yo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 April 1897

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. if RID AY MORNING. APRIL 9, 189 \ VOL. 31. NO. 45 R. C. 8TEARNES, Attorney at Law, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Officb?DiHard A Persinger Building. JJ O. SHANKS Jnauranos SALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Fner Town Ser geant, Main Street. Represents a tirtt-cl&ss Line ,of Fir*. I?it? nd Accident Companies. Virginia Fire ana Marine Insurance Coi* panv, urbanized 1832. and other Htate Cot pamea. Bikoonraire bome antaror^e. <ict.v?? ?. W. HANSBROPOH, L. C HANHBROUUH. Reporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals, Salem, Va. wealth's Att'y Salem. Va. IJ AN8BROUOH &~HANSBROUGH ATroRNKYH AT LAW *alkm VIRGINIA Will practice in the <'<ourte of K<n*i???a? bounty. Roanoke City, and the tkrarw.^ ApptMfcM. Office? Ko??niM j A 2. Horner Building Salem ^ ENDKRSON LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, H SALEM, - - " VIRGINIA. Orric*: Dillard A: IVrninger Building, Col lege avenue, Room No. 2. tW Prompt atteution to all busii ess in trusted t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 April 1897

limes ? fgUgtattt. Is the Oldest Newspaper ill JSalem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, APRIL H, 1M>7. I) EN IT Jfc WK1HI.-.K, I'ubllNhvrs. The splendidly written, and abso lately correct account of the life, death, burial and re-interment of (Jen. Andrew Lewis, elsewhere in to-day's Timks-Rkuistkr, will be found exceedingly interesting. It will be published later in pamphlet form, and sold by ladies of the Margaret LynnLewis Chapter Daughters of the Revolution as a memento of the re-inter-ment, and the proceeds therefrom added to the monument fund. It is worth preserving and we hope will have a large sale. A DEMOCRATIC CYCLONE. Another cyclone swept over portions of the West on Monday and Toe#day of this week. It was not a cyclone of wiud and rain, liowever, but one of Democratic victories in municipal and county electious. In Ohio, the State from which the boasted " advance agent of proBteritv " hails, the confidence did not s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 April 1897

I' ^uues-gHjiistet ? - ? FRIDAY. APRIL 9, 1997. <nvnred ?i the Postoffloe. in Salem. Va. > ->???< md-Hat* matter. ATPf SOME * k.. AT $ W. E Brown's Stohe;s^~~ L&L Knitting Cottou, 15c, worth 18c. 511)8Cottou Yarn 75c, worth 85c. G<?od Brown Domestic, 4c. .Good Yard wide Bleached, 5c. 4-4 Blenclieil, better quality, (tyc. Hed FlanuelH, 12Jc to 25c Gray Flauuels, 10c to 25c. Women's Shoes, all leather, $1 A well selected stock of Shoes, Ladies', Misses', and Children, Good quality. Lowest Price. A flue line of Umbrellas, 50c up. Good stock of Hats and Caps, 25c up. .Toadies' Rubber Gossamers, 50c, 75c, $1.00. ?Y For Bargains. W. E. Brown. mrarara /sun?! ^fjnother j 1 S*g 5ale - I We wiir sell our entire stock of | goods for CASH orTKADE in the next 30 days? if we can find pur- i chasers for same. For the past 15 ' years or njor we have been in | your midst in the capacity, direct- j iv or indirectly, as grocnrvmen. ! W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 April 1897

Tutfs Pills Cure AH Liver Ills. A CLEAR HEAD; good digestion; sound sleep; a fine appetite and a ripe old age, arc some of the results of the use of Tutts Liver Fills. A single dose will convince you of their wonderful effects anil virtue. A Known Fact. An absolute cure for sick headache, dyspepsia, malaria, sour stomach, dizziness, constipation bilious fever, piles, torpid liver and all kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pi!Ss Her (ireNi INlHlnkr. A young man began yiaiting a young woman, aud she appeared tc be wei! pleased with bis company. One evening be called when it wat quite late, which led tbo young lady to'inquire where be bad been. "I bad to work tonight-" "What, do you work for a living?" she inquired in astonishment. "Certainly replied the youug man, 441 am a mechanic." "I dislike the name of mechanic.11 aud she turned np her pretty nose. That was the last time the young man visited the young woman. He it now a weathly man aud has one ol the best women in the country for c w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 April 1897

VOL. 31. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA;. JFRIDAY MORNING. APRIL 1& 1897 R C. STEARNES, Attorney at Law, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Orricw? Pillard A Persinger Building. U O. SHANKS ITxauvanco BALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Frier Town Sergeant, Main Btreet. Represents a first-class line of Fire, Life nd Accident Companies. Virginia Fire ana Marine Insurance Com pany. organised 1882, and other State Con< panlee. K noon raize home enterprr?e. oct-Vtf a. W. HAR8BR0COH, L. 0. HAW8BROOOH. Reporter Court of Ap- Ixite Commonpeals, Balem.Va. wealth's Att'y. Salem.Ya. ?? ANBBROUGH dTHANBBROUGH, ATTORNEYB AT LAW, SALEM, - VIRGINIA. Appeals. i A 2 Horner Building, Orric*?Rooms 1? *, X1UI" Balem, Va. H' ENDER80N LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Orrit-K : Dillard A Persinger Bnilding, College avenue, Room No. 2. fc5T" Prompt attention to all business inIruated to him. febl9 ly J E. AI.LEMONG, ATTORN EY'-AT-LA W, MALKRl, VA. Practice in Roanoke and adjoining counties. OFFICE?8tro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 April 1897

Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, ami has a much larger circulation than any other pa]>er has ever had. FRIDAY. APRIL 10, 181)7. DKNIT & WKIIII/K, I'd til Inherit. A well-informed politician from tlie Southwest, in ? talk with tlie TimrsRkiUstkh a few days ago, said that if it should so happen that the position of Attorney-General should be couceded to this sectiou at the approaching Democratic State Conven tion, there were many people in his immediate section who would like to see that nomination conferred on Mr. Wm. A. Glasgow,the young, but able and astute Roanoke lawyer. And,we may add, that feeling is shared by the friends of Mr. Glasgow iu this sectiou, too, for they recognize in him a man well qualified to discharge the duties of that honorable and responsible position creditably alike tc himself and to the State. President McKinley has selected Senator PL O. Wolcott, of Colorado, ex-Vice President Stevenson, and Geueral Charles J. Paine, of Boston, as ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 April 1897

^wdCy-^UgiStCt. .itDAY, APRIL 16, 1W7. '<Mt<itSp? in Mm V? > , >aW AL AFFA.IPS SOME # ?? A.TW. E Brown's I Store vuitfing Cotton, 15c, worth 18c. 6lbs Cotton Yarn 76c, worth 85c. Good Brown Domestio, 4c. Good Yard wide Bleached, 5o. 4-4 Bleached, better quality, 6$c. Red Flannels, 12Ac to 25c Gray Flannels, 10c to 25c. Women's Shoes, all leather, $1 A well selected stock of Shoes, Ladles', Misses', and Children, Good quality. Lowest Price. A fine line of Umbrellas, 50c up. Good stock of Hats and Caps, 25c up. Ladies1 Rubber Gossamers, 50c, 75c, fl.OO. I'RY US For Bargains. W. E. Brown. This seems to be a period of trouble and excitement, famine and nestilence. wars and rumors of wars. There is no wheat in India ; rice and maiz- in becoming scarce iu China. All Europe and America have declared that there is no Oreece in Turkey, but Whitescarver Brothers, the Grocers, continue business at the old stand, and are in a position to feed the inha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 April 1897

Tntt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills. Save Your Money. One box of Tutt's Pills will save many dollars in doctors' bills They willsurely cure all diseases of the stomach, liver or bowels. No Reckless Assertion lor sick headache, dyspepsia, malaria, constipation and biliousness, a million people endorse TUTT'S Liver PILLS SANCT1FICATI0N. BY I>. 1J. 8TROU8K. Would you apply to one who had never been regenerated, whose sins lmd never been forgiven, and who opeuly admitted this to be true, to instruct you, or any oue elso on the subject of regeneration? Would you not, indeed, regard it as decidedly out of place for such a person to put himself forward as a teacher of either the doctrine or the exjn>r1enco of reg?^tM oration v Now, is it not quite as much out of place for one who aduiits that ho is not sanctified, and therefore knows nothing in his own heart and life about that glorious work of the Holy Spirit, to either preach or write theories about sanctitlcationT Aet...

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