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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 August 1897

VOL. 32. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 20, 1897. NO. 13 R. O. STEARNES, Attorn?/ at Lam, 8ALEM, VIRGINIA. Orr:ci?Dillard A Perainger Building. O. SHANKS /neuranee 8ALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Frier Town Sergeant, Main Street. Represents a first-class line of Fire, Lift nd Accident Companies. Virginia Fire ana Marine Insurance Com panv, organised 1832, and other State Com panies. Encourage home enterprise. octS-tf O. W. HANSBBOCOH, L. O. HAIYBBBOUOH, Reporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals, Salem, Va. wealth's Att'y, Salem. Va. H AN8BROUGH A H ANSBKOUOH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. - A praotioe in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke Cky; and the Court of Appeals. wi Ornoa?Kbome IAS, Horner Building, Salem, Va. j J_?ENDERSON LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Orricx : Dillard & Perainger Building, Col lege avenue, Room No. 2. t3T" Prompt attention to all business iu^r listed to him. ftbl9 ly JE. ALLEMONG, ? ATTORNKY-AT-LAW, NALEM, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 August 1897

<&tuic - lUgisrtc x. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and lias a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY, AUGUST 80. 1SU7. If KNIT A WKimiSR, Publisher*. 'Phone No. (5. ?- v* &rr * S? Wheat is climbing toward the dollar mark. In Baltimore yesterday it gold at 04 i cents for best grade amj 9H for second grade. The same prices prevailed in Richmond and other market*. It looks like dollar wheat soon. . Col. Bob Logan will be the nominee for the House of Delegates from this county, aud will be elected. It is said that there are counterfeit $1,000 bills abroad in the land. Well, this is published only for the benefit of others ; we are not afraid of having any of them passed on us. The price of cigarettes lias almost doubled the paBt few dayB. That's a great pity, aint it? The pity is all the greater, however, that they don't come bo high that they couldn't be sold at all. It is said that Mark Hannah met old Prosperity right i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 August 1897

mitt. r(JST 90, 1897. loe. in Satan, Vn. ud-cUw matter. ^vione No. 0. LOOAL AFFAIB8 Roanoke Prices J^nooHod ~ 0wt at V. E. BROWN'S STORE I Black Brocade Dross Goods at 12Jc to 25c. Beauties. White India Lawna trom 4c up. Good Calicoes, 34c. Fine Dimities, the 12Jc kind, only 7lc. Fine Check Ginghams, be, worth 8c. Good Cotton Checks. 4c, worth 7c. A tine stock of Oxford Ties for Women, Misses and Children at Lowest Pricoe, beginning at 60c. Women's Oxfords, Good, for ?1.00. Late Cortains, 40c'Per Pair Op. Wa have one of the most complete stocks, and will sell you at Roanoke prices any day in the week, and be thankful for the opportunity. Fine Stock of Parasols and Umbrellas from 50c up. usY For Bargains. W. E. Brown. XSCSr' A Pleasure to Show Goods. WAR AT HOME AND ABROAD. One golden ray of the day dawn of prosperity has illumined our skies. One man has had the courage to stand forth and proclaim "The year of jubilee has come" to us, eyen at the price of famine and war to our brothe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 20 August 1897

Tutt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills. Prevention better than cure. Tutt's Liver Pills will not only cure, but if taken in time will prevent Sick Headache, dyspepsia, biliousness, malaria, constipation, jaundice, torpid liver and kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS ABSOLUTELY CURE. ?It\7.KI? BY UELIVION Women .failed Ibr BreakiuK op n Meeting. Omaha, Nob.?Yesterday live members of the peculiar religious sect knowu as the Figgites were sentenced to jail to serve a sentence in default of payment of $5 Hues each. The fine was imposed upon live women for disturbing a meeting of the Methodists at Hpring Grove. All are prominent women of Gretna, Neb., eminently respectable, but completely carried away with their new religion. The live ladies left their jvouk* at Grstp.i to ;,tteud the Sprlupr Grove a**rv c?? of tl.e Methodists. Tue mec4ine was m progf-JH* wheu they rushed in and loudly cried to the minister in chorus : "You are lost with all your congregation. Repent and come with us. All of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 August 1897

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY. YA.. FRIDAY MORNING. AUGUST 27, 1397 NO. 14 R. C. STEARNES, Attorney at Law, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Ofkick?Dillard A Persi tiger building. JQ O. 8HANK8 Insurance ffigent, HALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Frier Town Sergeant, Main Street. Represents a first-class line of Fire, Life nd Accident Companies. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Com panv, organised 1832, and other State Com panies. Enconrage home enterprise. oct3-tf o. W. IIAN8UROUUII, L. C. HAN8BROUOII, Reporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals, Salem, Va. wealth's Att'y, Salem, Va. H ANSBROUGH& HANSBROUGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and the Court of Appeals. Orrio*?Rooms 1 & 2, Horner Building. 8alem, Va JJENDERSON LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Orricic: Dillard it Persinger Building, College avenue, Room No. 2. Prompt attention to all business iuJ rusted to him. febli) ly JE. ALLEMONG, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 August 1897

lime ? | Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. AUGUST 27, 1W7. DKNIT .V WKBli^K, Publishers. 'Phone No. (5. The Aguew -Allan-Waddill faction are now known us the "barrel Republicans" of Virginia. With dollar wheat comes higher bread. Let us hope (hat it will bring the wherewithal to buy it for the unemployed. There are too many strikes, too much wage cutting to supi>ort the claim that prosperity has arrived to any great extent. When we see our streets cleared of idle men who are lookiug for work we will then believe that McKinley prosperity 41 am here." The most absurd and sacriligious thing we ever heard of is the claim, made now and then by a republican, that "the Lord is on our side." It 1b enough to make one shudder. if Republican prosperity was responsible for the rise in the price of wheat for a few days last week, who was responsible for the turn bio it took this week ? If Senator Martin's app...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 August 1897

1897. 'in Salem, Va. lo. 0. LOCAL AFFAIBS mmmmmmmmmmmmmmam?am?mmmKwmmmiym?mmmmmmmm?mm?mmmmm?mmmmmmm DunkarcL Meetings. On Saturday next the Progressive Order of the Tunker church will hold their regular ministerial meeting at the Green' Ridge church near Salem The OKI Order of Tunkers will have their regular annual meeting at the name church on the following Saturday. Scon's ?mul$i?n of Cod-liver Oil with Hypophosphites, can be taken as easily in summer as in winter. Unlike the plain oil it is palatable, and the hypophosphites that are in it aid in digestion and at the same time tone op the system. For sickly, delicate children, and for those whose lungs are affected, it is a mistake to leave it off in the summer months. The dose may be reduced if necessary. We recommend the smalP size especially for summer use, and for children, where a smaller dose is required. It should be kept in a cool place after it is once opened. For sale by all druggist* at tnc. and $1.00 Roanoke Prices Jl?...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 27 August 1897

Tutt's Pills Cur? All Liver Ills. Secret of Beauty is health, l hc secret ol health is the power to digest and assimilate a proper quanity of food. This c n never be done when the liver does not act it's part. Do you know this? Tutt's Liver Piils are an absolute cur ? for sick headache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, malaria, constipation, torpid liver, piles, jaundice, bilious fever, biliousness and kindred diseases. Tutt's Liver Pills i ? ; ELMNTON LOCAL MATTE:KM. Mr. John Will Burnett nave a peach butter boiling several nights last week, in which quite a crowd of young folks took part. The first night they made twenty-two gallons, taking until 21 o'clock to cook it. At 12 o'clock supper was served. The second night they cooked butter till 1 o'clock ; the third night :i o'clock. Miss Boswell, who was visiting her friend, Miss Annie Nortlicross, of this town, left for her home in Roanoke last week. Mrs. King has just returned from visiting her sister at Bonsaek. We are glad to hear that ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 September 1897

SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3. 1897 NO. 15 p 0. STRA1VNE8, Attorney at Law, SALEM, VIRGINIA. Orriox?DUIard A Porninger Building. O. SHANK8 D. InsuvanoG $%gent, SALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Filer Town Sergeant, Main Street. Represents a first-class line of Fire, Life nd Accident Companies. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Com pany, organized 1832, and other State Com pame3. Knconrago hotna enterprise. oc?3-tf o. W. I<ANSKROIT<<II, L. C. HANSBROUUH, Reporter Court of A p- Late Commonpeals, Salem,VTa. wealth's Att'y, Salem,Va. AN8BROUGH A HAN8BR0UGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice iu the Courts of Roanoke County, Roanoke City, and the Court of Appeal*?. Ofhci?itootus 1 A 2, Iforncr Building, Salem, Va. H' ENDER80N LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. OKrtcK : Dillard A Persinger Building, College avenue, Kootn No. 2. Prompt attention to all business intrusted to him. febl9 ly JE. ALLEMONG, ? ATTOR...

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

?iwc - gc^ister. ' Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and has a much larger circulation thau any other paper huo ever had. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER :t, 1807. DKNIT A WKI<1I.;H, Publlnhrrn. 'Phone No. 6. THE VIRGINIA REPUBLICANS. The old plum of the Republican*, dubbed an Democratic election fraud*, is getting sour. It is very trite, and hoary with age, and although they have had ample tiuie, nnd eager lawyers at their command, as well as suspicious politicians to urge the good work on, in how few cases have they proved their charges. The easiest thing in the world to do is to bring oharges of fraud, but so long as they rewaiu vague rumors, no one need be alarmed. This old war cry of the Virginia Republicans is meeting with the counter cry of "chestnuts" on the part of enlightened Republicans at the North. Speaking of the recent surrender made by the Republican committee in refusing to put a State ticket up for the fall campaign, the Rochester Post-Express, a Republican paper, say...

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

lllark Brocade Dress Goods at \'2lc to 25c. Beauties. White India Lawns'from 4c up. Good Calicoes, 34c. Fine Dimities, tlie l'iic kifid, only Tie. Fine Check Ginghams, 6c, worth Sc. Cowl Cotton Checks. 4c, worth 7c. A line stock of Oxford Ties for Women, Misses and Children at Lowest Prioos, beginning at fiOc. Women's Oxfords, Good, for ft.00. Lace Curtains, 40c Per Pair Up. We have uu? of the most complete stocks, and will sell you at Itoanoke prices any day in the week, and he thankful for the opportunity. Fine Stock of Parasols and Umbrellas prom 50c up. noanoKb Prices ^tioc&qs. - 0u? AT I. E. BUI'S STORE! :i, 1897. ai the PostofHce, in Sal?ui, Va. u? Mecoud-cla/M matter. No. 6. ufY For Bargains. W. E. Brown. Pleasure to Show Goods. WAR AT HOME AND ABROAD. One golden ray of the day dawn of pros perity has illumined our skies. One man has had the courage to stand forth and proclaim "The year of jubilee has come " to us, even at the price of fuiuine and war to our broth...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 3 September 1897

Tutt's Fills Cure AH Liver Ills. Tried Friends Best. For thirty yearsTutt's Pills have proven a blessing to the invalid. Are truly the sick man's friend. A Known Fact For bilious headache, dyspepsia sour stomach, malaria,constipation and all kindred diseases. TUTT'S Liver PILLS AN ABSOLUTE CURE. WII1T riilTTKKY WIE.L. DO. Expcrioiirc ol" n l'ouni; Lndj Who Tried to Avoid it. It was iu the afternoon of the club meeting, ami the girl who prides herself on the earnestness of her aims and objects in life cauie into the room with the light of a noble resolve glorifyiug her countenance. " I've been reading the loveliest book in the world, girls," she exclaimed enthusiastically, 14 and henceforth I shall never tlatter or deceive anybody. The author says that flattery is the worst of sins, and that " "Tell us your experience next week," interrupted the sarcastic maideu, grimly. "They'll be a lot more interesting than an account of the book's preachings, and besides?" But the earnest girl ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 September 1897

IDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 11), 1897 SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY NO. 16 C. ST E A LINES, Attorney at Law, SALKM, VIRGINIA. Office?Dillard & I'ersinger Building. j^oTsHANKS? Insu-ranco SALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Frier Town Serjeant, Main Street. Represents a first-class line of Fire, Life ud Accident Companies. Virginia Firo and Marine Insurance Com pany, organized 1832, and otber State Com panies. Kncournrv home enterprise. oct3-tf o. W. HAN8BROUGII, L. O. UAN8BROUOI1, Reporter Court of A|>- Late Commonpeals, Salem,Va. wealth's Att'y, Salem, Va. YTABSBKOUGH & IIANSBROUGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Will practice in the Courte of Roonoke County, ltoauoke City, and the Court of Animals. Orric*?Rooms 1 & 2, Horner Building, Snlcm, Va. j_Ji:.NDKRSON LEE. ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. Office : Dillard & i'ersinger Building, College avenue, Room No. 2. Z-*f~ Prompt attention to all business intrusted to him. feblll l...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 September 1897

Himf - luster. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Salem, and ha.i :i much larger circulation than any oilier paper has ever had. FRIDAY. SKPTKMUKR 10. 1897. DENIT * WKlUt.<:K, Publisher*. 'Phone No. 6. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. KOR OOVKRKOR: J. HOUE TYLER, of Itadford. FOR LIKfTKNAKT <JO\ KUNOR : EDWARD ECHOLS, of Staunton. KOR ATTORNEY?<i*kkral : A. J. MONTAGUE, of Danville. KORT1IK UOVSE OK HELEOATES : R* RANDOLPH H1CK8. of Roanoke City. JOHN P. CALDWELL, of Craig County. OUR LEGISLATIVE CANDIDATES. The nomination by the Democratic district convention of Messrs. R. Randolph Hicks, of Roanoke, and Joliu P. Caldwell, of Craig, as candidate* for the legislature from this district, makes them the Timks Rkoistkh's candidates, and we shall give them our cordial support. In this declaration, we make no denial of our disappointment that one of the nominees was not accorded to one of our own countymen, and to the one most strongly backed by the couuty delegation. Stil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 September 1897

Roanoke Prices J^jnocked ~ 0ut AT V. ?. BBOWN'S STORE I Black Brocade Dress Goods at l'2Jc to 23c. Beauties. White India Lawns irom 4c up. Good Calicoes, 34c Fine Dimities, the 12}c kind, only 74c. Fiue Check Ginghams. 6c, worth 8c. Good Cotton Checks 4c, worth 7c. A fine stock of Oxford Ties for Women, Misses and Children at Lowest Prioos, beginning at fiOc. Women's Oxfords, Good, for ?1.00. Lace Cnrtains, 40c Per Pair Dp. We have one of the most complete stocks, and will sell you at Hoanoke prices any day in the week, and be thankful for the opportunity. Fine Stock of Parasols and Umbrellas from 50c lip. gY For Bargains. W. E. Brown. A Pleasure to Show Goods. WAR AT HOME AND ABROAD.! One golden ray of the day dawn of prosperity has illumined our skies. One man has had the courage to stand forth and proclaim " The year of jubilee has come " to us, even at the price of famine and war to our brothers over the sea. Rev. Charles Chi8elin, of Shepardstown, W. Va , says prosperity lias c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 10 September 1897

Tutt's Pills Cure All Liver Ills. Doctors Say; Bilious and Intermittent Fevers which prevail in miasmatic districts are invariably accompanied l>y derangements of the Stomach Liver and Bowels. The Secret of Health. The liver is the great "driving wheel " in the mechanism of man, and when it is out of order, the whole system becomes deranged a id disease is the result. Tutt's Liver Pills Cure all Liver Troubles. THE NEW MAGDALEN. [Published by request.| ''Neither do 1 condemn thee. (Josinr.o more." ? We met and smiled and smiled again. Smile greeted smile u|KHi the street ; His form and face, it seemed to me To be my fault and fate to meet. He spoke, and took my band in his And pressed it. Why I could not tell 1 loved him, 1 believed him true, I listened, and, I?fell. "He'spuriiB me now, and I have lost All that was dear to me in life. j, They call me 'woman of the town'? Ifwho should be his faithful wife. 1 He shuns me now,} bates me; these I knew Before I drank the cup o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 September 1897

VOL. 32. SALEM. ROANOKE COUNTY, YA.. FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER C. STEARNES, Attorney at Lam, BALEM, VIRGINIA. Office?Dillard A Persinger Building. JQ O. SHANKS fn&uranoo BALEM, VA.. OFFICE?With J. B. Frier Town Bergeaut, Main Street. Represents a fl rat-class line of Fire, Life id Aocident Companies. Virginia Fire and Marine Insurance Com nd Aocident Com rginia Fire an pany, organised 1832, and other State Com pames. So courage home enterprise. oot?-tf a. W. HANHBBOtfOH, L. C. UAIfHHROOGH, Reporter Court of Ap- Late Commonpeals, Salem, Va. wealth's Att'y, Balem.Va. JJANBBROUGH A~HANBBROUGH, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, SALEM, . - VIRGINIA. Will practioe in the Courts of Roanoke ?Rooms 14 2, Horner BnUdlngy H )moi ENDERSON LEE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, SALEM, - - VIRGINIA. OrrtCE : Dillard A Persinger Building, College avenue, Room No. 2. tSf~ Prompt attention to all business intrusted to him. febl9 ly J E. ALLEMONO, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, SALEM, VA. Practice in Roanoke and adjoining counties. OF...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 September 1897

?imc - |,Uflioter. Is the Oldest Newspaper in Saleiu, and has a much larger circulation ' than any other paper has ever had. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1807. DKNIT & WEBC2K, Publlitlier*. 'Phone No. 6. THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR ?SOVKRNOR : J. HOGS TYLER, of Radford. roil LIKfTENAHT?GOVERNOR : EDWARD ECHOLS, of Staunton. FOR ATTORN*Y-U*BKRAl. : A. J. MONTAGUE, of Danville. FORTIIK llOt-aR OF DKLKUATKS: U. RANDOLPH HICKS, of Roanoke City. JOHN 1'. CALDWELL, of Craig County. WORKING FOR THE COUNTY. The Timks-Rboistkr has great faith in a prosperous future for this section, and especially for Salem and Roanoke county. It lias worked, and is working, with all its might, to advance the interests of both. The re cent item, which appeared only in this paper, about coal in the Catawba mountain, has been widely copied, and is bearing fruit, as shown by the communication in another column concerning it. Tho same is true of the articlo on the Hack creek pippins, which appeared a couple ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 September 1897

tiwei8i-?le0i$tet. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17, 1897. &i usred at the PoetoCice. in Salem, Va. Mt second-class matter. 'Phone No. 6. LOCAL AFFAIPS DO TOTT WHIP. ? Smith & Stoughton J?J 'for Shoes for Jffcn... Prices: $2 25, *2.50, *3 00 and *3.50. Rogvlar Qooclyear Idolts... and silk sewed. equal to (Shoes sold much higher. One pair of I our llox Call wore 12 months! rigUt along every day wear. Custom- madt i^Vj^Zd'e ^ Goods, made by the Vj-OOOtS... Hayes Partridge Shoe Company, of Philadelphia, and by John Faust & Sons, Baltimore. i't. Jjeautiful In Shzpo Low mi price, and Ion wearers. Plenty of siui sizes?2, 21, 3, 3* and 4. Children's ami Mits's Shoes in heavy and light weights for school children. A large and desirable stock at prices faom 75c, 00c, 11.00, *1.25, and *1 50. gY For Bargains. W. E. Brown. A Pleasure to Show Goods. WAR AT HOME AND "ABROAD. a One golden ray of the day dawn of prosj?erity has illumined our skies. One man has had the coura...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 17 September 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 "THE I'l.AX OF NALVATIOX." The following article, suggestive of the subject recently discussed at the West Salem family prayermeeting, was handed our West Salem reporter with the request that it be published : The Plan of Salvation" includes f?ii), repentance. cenfession ond bapt s, , K th u,CbJ'st .inclu,les belief in thee'Sence h His divinity, in Ills works and all His words so far as understood. "For without fniii, u .. imporaible to ple^e HI f?r |, ?'.Sw cometh to God must believe that He is a 'l I6r n that diligently Him."~ I xieb. 1L.(> No man can be saved bv faith a Ions, but when it leads him to do the will I works ' ulke, our f*i,h Perfect ,n m SE? i i h?itS otwd,cn? of,h? >**- ...

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