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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 September 1883

FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 28, 1883. NO k M*ltm t?imes-$egister (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORNING, AT ? PER ANNUM. J. T. CRABTRF.E. CH AS. D, DEN IT, F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, ?Sdltora mid Propflflor?. -J - - tl?VK?*TlNlN<J KATEN. r ?i?k<lv?rllHfHlfll(?-tllOII? ruuiihw le?K than sixty days? will Iw lasurteil it Wis rate of 7'>oLh per square for the first Inaertlou, and V) cent* for eaoti ndtllllontl Inwrtln. ttpaolal rates for t longer period. ProfcwIoBKl or other cards, occupying one square, or lea*, ene year, 118.00; six mouths, S7.M; three inontUs $.">.00. Loom a 1 vnrllKPinnnt.fi subject to apeoltl contract. UbllaaflM aa?4 CrlbalM of Km|>mL *11011 they oxoeed teu lines, will be charged for at (he rate of ft oenUi per line for all auch ? XCtlM. All i'ut* muni be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra 1 hargeo Adverttaements to tnaare Insertion In any given Issue,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 September 1883

gin[ts-$tQisterL. ? Consolidated August 15, 1683.) FRIDAY, BEITEMBKR 28, 1883. Democratic Ticket. FOR TIIK RENATK. HENRY S. TROUT, OK ROANOKK. FDR THE HOUSB, (lltmnokc and Craiy,) JAS. W. MARSHALL, OF c!*aio. Remember that Maj. Daniel will speak in Salem next Monday. DO THEY WANT THEM f Our Coalition friends tell us the colored people do not desire to send their children to white schools. We believe in this, as in t^any other things, tliey deceive themselves. Do they not remember how clamorous they were to sit upon juries I Have they not already been applying for license to marry white women ? llave they not been appointed trustees of white schools? llave they ever refused anything that would tend to placo them on social or political ? equality with the white people ? No. Then is it not reasonable to suppose that they would accept mixed schools, or anything else that would tend to elevate them, or to degrade and humiliate the whites f The negro, whatever ho may say, thinks and knows...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 September 1883

<?.ilem ?imes-geguhr. FRIDAY, s KPT KM BK It 2h, 188? [Entared at the PottoAoe, In Salem, Va. an aeootid-elass matter.] LOCAL AFFAIRS OrcamaMt la mmi Ar*a*? ?Hd CMatjr ??llm Brttfljr T?I4. The to Wcallh. Frequent and constant advertising brought me all I own.?A. T. Stewart. How can the world know a man has a go<xl thing unlet* he advertises possession of it ??Cornelius Vanderhllt. Success depends upon a liberal patronage of printing offices.?J. J. A 4nr. The road to fortune is through printer's ink.?P. T. Biirirtfm. The Campaign.?The following named gentlemen will address the voters of Roanoke county at the places and times mentioned : John E. Mwy, Salem, Monday, October 15th. A. M. Ke|ley, Roanoke City, Tuesday night, October 83rd. K. W. PAOK, tf ? Chairman Dein. County Com. Attkntion.-A full Attendance of the member* of the Salem precinct Democratic Club la requested at their meeting this (Friday) evening. Business ot Importance will come before Vhe club. All...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 28 September 1883

m iirmrii m ' Tho residence of li. T? Kolwller. oT ltuchanan, whs puterrd froio the rear Saturday night. while the mom bers of tin- family were sitting on tho front porch, ami robbed of $500. At a congregational meeting in Lexington. on last Monday. Kov. Thomas L. Preston, pastor of tlio First Presbyterian Church. of Richmond, received :i very flattering and unanimous call to the Lexington Presbyterian Church of that place. A large eat sprang from the roof of a throe-story hnilding in C'ohoes, N. V., :uid caught a sparrow, hut fell to the pavement and broke tier back, and the sparrow flew away. The cat was killed. To educate a man is to form an individual who leaves nothing behind him ; to educate a women is to form future generations. Taciturn people always inspire respect. It is dillicult to beliovo that one has no secret to keep but that of hisowu insignificance. The poor man wishes to conceal bis poverty, and tho rich tuau his wealth ; tho former fears lest he be despised, tho l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 October 1883

VOL. 18. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 5, 1883. NO. 9. gimes-^tQister (CODSOUOtTED.) IB PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PER ANNUM. J. T. CRABTBEE. CHAS. D. DXHIT, F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Ulltn m4 Pr?prl?ton. ADVKHTIH1RV KATEN. T?hI??i A4T?rilM?ra(*-tboif runtttag less than sixty day??will be Inserted at to* rato of 7%oU per iqurt for the first inserttoQ, and M eents for each additional inssrtlen. ?p#clal rates for a longer period. rrMCMloaal or otber cards, occupy In k one Muarw, or lew. an* year. ?mjJ; six SIlaTOiTTir Mkr ftnatM ?r Rfupofi, when they exceed tea llnee, will be charged for at the rate of 6 oente per line for all suoh sxoess. All Call mart be on metal found. ,llon, when they will be Ineerted without extra I barge. Advertisement* to Insure Insertion In any ft Ten laeae, should reach thlsofflo* on or be* fere Tneeday of that week. CsrmiMedMMr, containing Important aews,sollolt*d from all portion of the Utate. ?TOM ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 October 1883

(Consolidated August 16, 1883.) FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1883. Democratic Ticket. FOR Til K SENATE. HENRY S. TROUT, ? OF HOAKOKE. FOR THK HOUSE, (Roanoke and Craig,) J AS. W. MARSHALL, OF CKAIO. The speeeh of Fred. Douglass, colorcd, which wo publish to-day, shows "which way the wind is blowing." Read it! Gov. Cameron is annouced to take the stump in Virginia for tho coalition cause, and will make his firs! speech at Matthews Court House Oc. tober 8. He will make a number of speeches in the Southwest and the Black belt. Is it a fact? Let tho political Parsou at Blackshurg answer. Did he really write to the Boss and consult llira as to tho propriety of withdrawing Eskkidok ? So says the telephone from TIIE COLLKOE THAT HAS NO politics. Let the parson answer. At. the primary election held in Botetourt county, on tho 28th and 29th of September, to nominato a canditate for the House of Delegates, the Democrats of that county nominated Mr. M. W. Camps*, editor of the Fincastie Herald, and brot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 October 1883

Pll!I>AY, OCTOBKR Vlliw. [Entered at the Poatomce, in Salem, Va. aaaeoond-claaa matter.] LCX3AL AFFAIP S ?? *??? Ammm H*|rm, ??llrat Brleflj T?M. Tfc? Road to WraUk. Frequent and constant advertising brought me alt / own.?A. T. Stewart. How can the world know a man has a good thing unless he advertises possession of it??Cornelius Vanderbllt. Success dejtends upon a liberal patronage of printing offices.?J. J. AMor. The road to fortune is through printer's ink.?P. T. Barmun. The Campaign.?The following named gentleman will address the voter* of Roanoke county at the places am! times mentioned : John S. Massey, Salem, Mouday, October 16th. A. M. K el ley, Roanoke City, Tuesday night, October 23rd. R. W. Paoh, tf Chairman Dem. County Com. ^ t Public Speaking.?R*naemb??f, R<*&u?ttrs of Roanoke. that Hon. .John ?. Wts*, and perhaps other distinguished speakers, will address the people of this county, at Salem, on the 15th day of October, county court day...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 5 October 1883

ll??r lour CoHlldpnl. A woman's advice is generally worlli having ; so if yon are in any trouble, <lell your mother or your wife, or your sister all ahout it. Ho assured that light will flash upon your darkness. Women are too commonly called verdanC ill all but " supposed womanish affairs." No philosophical students of the sex thus judge them. Their intuitions or insight are most subtle and if they cannot see a cat in the meal, there is no cat there. 1 advise a man to keep none of his affairs from his wife. Many a home has been saved, and many a fortune retrieved by a man's confidence in his wife. Woman is more a seer and a prophet than a man, it she be given a fair chance. As a general rale the wives conGde the minutest of their plans and thoughts to their husbands. Why not reeipiooate ? Religion is not excitement, cither in whole or in part, hut a steady pull, a long pull and an honest pull. A man is a pretty bad specimen of what religion can produce if at the prayer me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 October 1883

YOL. 18v , , SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 12, 1883. NO. 10. &alem <?imes-$tgisUr , i (COfSflJOJTEJ.) \ 18 rUJIBKBD ETE$T FRIDAY MORNING, At ?* PER ANNUM. J.T.CRABTREE. CH AS. D. DEN IT, F. G. w EI1HEH. CRABTRED, DlNIt i WEBBER, Mlltri ?nd PreprMct*. iOVKKTIHINU KATIWt ? three ri<rtl*nmenta aah.1l <|bHa?rlr? m4 TrtkdlM af Rn^mL ?4?ru they tamfl Will be chatfM (orSit the rttriirS AaH par line for *11 ?noh motal (ooodatloB, when thty will be Inserted without extra i barge. 4*1 vnrlteemenL* to Irvaarp In Mr Hon In ?d| tlven Iwmi, nhould roach thlao Ace on or be. fore Tuenjay of that week, t'lirrciiiMinilcnrr, containing Important .H iilhitotl from all portion of theHtate. ?7(> It VVOIIK. All klndn of Warh executed with neatness aud dispatch. Having fast power presMoa, we can aaaure prompt delivery of all work entruated to na. Order* by mall promptly attended to, and aatlafectlon guar* anteed. 1 PKOrRMlONAI. C...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 October 1883

Silent SL'mes-gfrQisttr-(Consolidated August 15, 1883.) Kill DAY, OCTOBER 12, 1**J. 523^33 Democratic Ticket. K(?K Til K HEN AT K. HENRY S. TROUT, OK IIOANOKK. FOR THE 1IOUSK, ( Roanoke and C mig,) JAS. W MARSHALL, V. OK CJKAIGk * PUBLIC SPEAKING NEXT MONDAY. As will be noticed e.^ewhere there will l)e political speaking in Salem next. Monday. Hon. John S.Wise will address the Coalitionists in tbe Court house yard, while Hon. John K. Makkky and Hon. James W. Marshall will speak in the Town Hall. Now, friends we trust that you will all go and hear your men. Listen to reason and argument, but condemn passion and prejudice. We trust, too, that there will he good order and respectful attention at both places. Both have the right to speak and l>e heard, but no one lias any right to disturb and annoy. 0H-1UGH-0H t Just as wc go to press we learn that the Democrats of Ohio have elected Hoadlry Governor by 10,000 majority, and have a majority of twenty in the Legislature. This is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 October 1883

jgaltm $imtz*#eguttr. =*= * * * ? ? FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1883. [EaUrtd at the PostulBoe, in Salem, Va. aa wond-claaa matter.] a LOO AIL APFATB8 la!| M ArMM aicw, m4 OMaljr ??llvtt, Brt?|)r ToM. Tk? Bwi M Wealth. Frequent awl constant advertising brought me all I own.?A. T. Stewart. How can the world know a man has a good thing unlets he advertises possession mf it ??Cornelius Vanderbilt. Success depends upon a liberal patronage of printing offices.?J. J. Astor. The road to fortune is through printer%s .?P. T. Barnum. Thb Campaign.?The following named gentlemen will address the voters of Roauok*- oounty at the places and times mentioned : John K. Massey, Salem, Monday, October 15th. A. M. Kellcy, Roanoke City, Tuesday u\ght, October 23rd. , R. W. Page, tf Chairman Dem. County Com. Public Speaking.?Remember, Readjust* rs of Roanoke, that Hon. John 8. Wise, and perhaps other dlstingulsliad *l>eakers, will address the people of thin county, at Salem, on the 16th day of October...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 12 October 1883

Tit*' CmiilldHtrN. The Democratic candidates for the House of Delegates and Senate all over Virginia are standing u|>on the Lynchburg platform. When a gen* tleman announces that lie will accept a nomination for either house of the (tcnernl Assembly from the Democsats. and pledges himself to abide by tlx* action of the nominating convention or election of his party, he thereby comes under obligation to uphold the creed of his party. The Democratic voters support the aspirants with this understanding. The Lynchburg platform is the creed of the Democratic party of Virginia, and consequently the croc I ?r l'z candidates. What is that creed ? 1. No increase of taxation. 2. No more contests over the State debt. ' V 3. No more internal taxes after we get the power to abolish them. 4. A tarifT incidentally protective. 5. Continued support to the free schools until every child in Virginia of both races has an opportunity to be educated. 6. No mixed schools. Negro teachers and trus...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 October 1883

rr VOL. 18. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER l!>, 1883. NO. II. ?1 ?t;ilem (faiintx* 2jfcgixter (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBLISHED EVCKY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 9C PEA ANNUM. J.T.CrUBTREE. CHAS. D. DEN IT, F. Ci. WEHUEH. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, r.diiors nii<l I'ruprirtoni. iUVKKTININU KATES, l'r<?it?lvni Ail?<>ril?riiiritU-tliow* runnliirf lu** than sixty day*?will l*> Inserted i?1 the rate of75ets por square for tho flint 1 is serliou.aud "h> ctmls for Kacli additional Inwftlou. Special rate* for a longer period. fr<iff?Ml?unl of oilier cards, occupying onesuuure, or Unm, ??lie year, $12.(K?; mix moiiThx, $7.W; throe month* fr't.W). LoriK*t ailv?rU?viDotilN nubject to i|h>c1?I eon tract. ?M>Un?rl(** hiiiI Tribulvn ?r Krapeel, ?rlieh Wioy exoeed Uxi Hues, will lie rbariceU for at the rate of 6 omit-a per line for all Huch ?XCH?. * ^ All Cut* must be on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 October 1883

ulnif ginfts-gtcQister. (Con?oliU?ted August 15, UJ83 ) Fill DAY, OCTOBER yj, \ssii. Democratic Ticket. K?H TIIK SKNATK. HENRY S. TROUT, OK UOANOKK. KOR TIIK HOUSE, (lit Kino ke a ml trait/,) JAS. W. MARSHALL, OK CKAIO. "This way, freeman I" Which way? The Ohio way. Congressman Bayne, republican, of Pittsburg, expresses the opinion that if Arthur bo the next republican presidential candidate lie will be defeated by two hundred thousand votes in New York and proportionately in Ohio and Indiana. In making the announcement that "Mahono has taken the stump," the New York IVorlil thinks, "if betakes nothing else the honest property holders of the Commonwealth will feel called upon to rejoice." Hon. 11. E. WrntKiis and Judge 11(*<>m \V. Siikppky represented Virginia in the General Convention of the Portestant Episcopal Church, which assembled in Philadelphia last week. The Pennsylvania Legislature has been in session 277 days, and there i? no reason why it shouldn't ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 October 1883

?.ilem (gimes- Register. Fill DAY, OCTOBER 19. 1883. (Kutqred at tin* Poatoftice, In Salem, Va. ,issimmii.| c1*?m matter.) LOCAL AFFAI J*Q Otwarrfarrtl In a??l Aronnd Nairn*, nxd Cvaaly Hntlrrn Hrirfl; Told. The Kihi4 le Wraith. Frequent and constant advertising brought me all I own.?A. T. Stewart. How can the world know a man has a good thing unless he aileertises possession of ill?Cornelius Vanderbilt. Success dejieitds upon a liberal patronage of printing offices.?J. J. Astor. The road to fortune is through printer*s ink.?1*. T. Barnum. Tub Campaign.?The following I named gentlemen will address the voter* of Roanoke county at the places ami times mentioned : A. M. Keiley, Roanoke City, Tuesday night, October 23rd. R. W. I'AOEi tf Chairman Dein. County Com. Attention, HkadjusteiwI ? | Hon. P. H. McCaull, Judge J. W. Phltner and Hon. G. B. Fitagerald, will aOdiva* the voters of Roanoke county at the following places: Botetourt Springs, (Grange Hall) Monday, October 29. (light. Ball...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 October 1883

WHY : I Iocs :l bicycler I'ldo I Fur tli*' sjikf of 11??* i i?l?*. lie ride f??r tin; sake of tin- show? Does a jjirl give a kiss For tlm sake *>f the kiss. Or kiss for tin- bliss she Ijestows? Docs a tii.'iti t :iKt* :? uttlle f ir til-* of a smile, ? >r smile to get riil of his woes? Am online is now building in England, of 4.000 horse-power, for I ho cotton mill of a Mr. Durshaw. a wealthy Parsee merchant at Bombay. The largest previously turned out were of 1.S00 horse power, ami are in use in Knglish cotton mills. The ?1.000 horse power engine mentioned will have cylinders with an eight-foot stroke. Tlie fly-wheel will weigh 140 tons, he 30 feet in diameter, and 15 feet wide on the face. ?- ? m ? - - ?? The Lexington da/slt*' says : The Valley Road has reached a point within live miles of Lexington. A scarcity of ties is delaying the ?racklaying, hut it is confidently promised to reach Lexington by the 16th of October. Some of the ollicers of the road were ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 October 1883

VOL. 18. . SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 2(> 1883. XO 19 ulem / imc?;=lici\i?;tci (CONSOLIDATED.) IS PUBL18HBD EVh-RY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PEA ANNUM. J. T. CRA.BTREE. CHAS. 5. UttNIT, F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Kill torn and I'roprieior*. Vl>VKKTINIKU ic,%t?:k. IVHiiolciil i<l?crlUfiii?nU-lliOKr running le-.M than Hixij days--will be inseiteo Ait the rat* of 7icu per square fur lli^flrst luS.'flH?u,rtnJ "?*? reins for ? *cii adilltihtiHl Jit. Hr? >nl ? ln?(fF mill ar otli?r cards ueciitifittg one square, or lessi, ?ne year, $12.00; six months, #7.50; three mouths J-i.on. i<<>iik>'i h I verllaeinoii t? lubject t<? H|ie?lnl contract. <) illmirii-s and rribtiles <>l i0ii i no> enoeeil Mt> llnoi, will be cbarRWl for .it ?.!*?? rate of i cents per line for nil kucIi \ii rnix must ho on met...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 October 1883

?aleH( jgittfes-^qfisteq. (Consolidated August 16, 1B83.) r M111 > \*Y. < M 't'dBKR LU, 18*::. Democratic Ticket. Foil TII^KKATK. HENRY S. TROUT, OF ROANOKK. FOR T1IK HOUBE, ? (l{(nutof:e titnl C ruig,) JAS. W. MARSHALL, OF CKAIO. Register ! Get your transfer! The Monticello Farmer a ml Grape Grower in the nnme of a new Journal published by Pkck & Allen, Charlottesville, Va.t the first nuuiber of which is upon our table. Holmes Conrad h aves Richmond with a reputation established an one of the fon moHt political speakers of his day and general ionlHspatch. Right. Hoi,mis8 Conrad. in our opinion,' inade the finest speech at Roanoke oity, a few nights ago, to which it has ever been our pleasure I to listen. Eskkidok and Thompson are very good men. but they are not good Democrats. Therefore, all true-blue Democrats n il I vole for Trout and MARSHALL. To the polls, then. Democrats of Roanoke. The Norfolk and Western railroad has sent to its agents print...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 October 1883

gtulem <gintrs-$eQistcr. FRIDAY, OCTOBKR 2<?, \m. [Entered at the Pojitoffloe, tn Salem, Va. as second-ela*.H matter.] LOCAL AFFAIRS OrrnrrfnrPN In itnd Around Nairn*, mid Comity JfMterw Hrlofl* Told. Attkntion, Rkapjuhtkkm!? Hon. P. II. McCaull, Judge J. W. Paltnrr ami Hon. O. It. Filzgeraid, will address tlie voters of Roanoke comity at the following places: Botetourt Spring*. (Grange Hull) Monday, October 2!). nielli. Ballchack. (at Ellington's Shop) Tnesday, Octolx'r 30, ilav time, and at Red Hill School House. (same day) at night. Glsh's, Wednesday, Oct. 31, a' night. P<wp*'? Mill, Friday, Nov. 2, day time. Bent Mountain, at Huff's Store, Saturday, Nov. 3, at 2 o'clock, P. M. Turn out, Readjusters, and hear our j speakers. C. M. WjCBHKR, Chairman Count}' Committee. V^ood! Wool)!!?T'^^e of <>ur subscribers who promised to pay their siibM-iiptiou in wood would oblige us l>\ blinking in k few IinmIm at once. K iusi ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 October 1883

a .irmciors wipe. A judicious wife Is always snipping ??tr from her liuiibutid's moral nature ltttl<< twigs that are ((rowing in wrong directions. She keeps him in shape by continual pruning. If you say anything silly,she will affec tionately tell you so If you declare that you will do some absurd thing, she will Hmi moans of preventing your doing it. And by far the chief part of nil the- common sense there is in tiiis world belongs umiucotlon ably to woman. . The wisest things it iniiii commonly dues are those which his wife counsels him to do. A wife is I lit* grand wielder of tho U iota I pruning knife. If Johnson's wife lunl lived there would have liecii no hoarding up of orange |>oel ? no touching all the posts in walking along the streets?110 eating and drinking with disgusting voracity. If Oliver Goldsmith had been married he would never have worn that memorable and ridiculous coat. When-1 over you find a man whom you know j little about oddly...

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