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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 19 October 1888

A i ri^iiiiui icclileat. Til K DEATH 1.1ST WI LI j FOOT UP NKAItl.Y tiiuee HOOKK? lillOASS OK TilK WOUNDED AND DYINtJ 1IEAKTHEKDIKO -A youno I.Ady's M O severed with an axe W I I.K ESItAHUE, 1'A., October 2.? Tho father Mathcw celebiation at llazlctown yesterday ended in a most frightful disaster, the like of which has uever been ween before on the L? high Valley road, or indeed, in this country. The wreck occurred at Mud Hun about in idday, hot ween White liaven and Pennsylvania Haven junction. The first section, while standing still, was run into by tho second section. The last three cars of the first section, filled to overflowing, were totally wrecked and all the passengers iu the rear car killed. The last two cars were telescoped and the passengers were either crushed to death or pressed against the boiler and burned to deuth. The scene was heart-rending and beggars description. It was nearly six hours afterwards before the iirst scctiou was able to reach Wilkesbarre, tho wound...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 October 1888

. FRIDAY MORNING, OCTORER 2G. 188S. ^it I cm ^wics?ljei}ister. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLISHED EVERY F H I DAY MOUNINO, At ttl.SO Per Your, STMCTL Y CAS JI IX A I) VA NCE. If not paid in ml van ce $2 will, be charged. T.ritABTHEE. chas. U. DENIT F. O. WEUDER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, l'uhllMlier* uinl Proprietors. Vl>Vi KIISINSJ KATEN. rri%ti*lAwt \dv?rtUrmroti-those musing Iwhh than sixty days?will be Inserted *t luo i hto of 7icL? por mjuuro for tho first I lift jrtlon, and 50 cents for each additional luH.<rt Ion. Special rates for a longer period. rrof?")Ni?itnl or other cards, occupying one square, or less, one year, $12.00; six months, $7.50; three months $r>.(K?. LoiiKvr a IvertlKeuietitH subject to special contract. Obllnnrlrit iiimI Tribute* of Itespeet, when they exceed ten lines, will be charged lor at the'rate of 5 cents per Hue for all such excess. All CntH must be on metal foundation, wheu they will be luserted without extra ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 October 1888

^aletif <1 W(es-i}t$ist$rL. (OoneJolldutotl Aujrunt 1G, 1803.) Fill DAY, OCTOBER 20, IS88. CH AS. I>. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, A??oclatc. ?? <4*Srw a i ?< ? ? * :'>\v- ,???? t; '.~.HSSfo' PRESIDENTIAL JLECTIGN, 1888. FOR president: GHOVER CLEVELAND, NEW YOKK. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT: ALLEN G. THURMAN, OIUO. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS: AT LAHGK. RICHARD F. BEIRNE,of Hanover. JOHN T. HARllIS, of Rockingham. KIRRT DISTRICT. T. R. B. WRIGHT, of Essex. KKCOND DISTRICT, D. UAKDNKK TYLEK, of CharlMi City. TlllltD DISTRICT. TAZEWELL ELLETT, of Rlebmoiid City. ROl'RTll DISTRICT. WILLIAM U. McKENNEY.of Petersburg. FIKTII DISTRICT. H. O. PETERS, Of Henry. SIXTH DISTRICT. W. W. BERKY, of Bedford NKVKNTII DISTRICT. MICA J A1I WOODS, Albemarle. KKS1ITII DISTRICT. !?:. K. MEREDITH, of Prince William. NIVTII DISRRICT. .1. W. MARSHALL, of Craig. TKNTII DISTRICT. 15. It. IHM?BE, of A|>j?omiMtox. FOR CONGRESS, SIXTH DISTRICT, PAUL C. EDMUN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 October 1888

gulem @mts-$eQisfer. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1888. Butermi at th? P OS to ID O?, ill Salem, Va hn geeond-clasa matter.] LOCAL AFPAIRS THIS PAPER "It \a all over town," Bald the Anft). "What?" asked the old man. Ills eyebrows bristling with curiosity. 41 Mnd," said the youngster, while his mouth went clear around his ears in a grin. "Right you are," said the old uian. "With the mud comes colds and coughs, and you know the remedy. "Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup," rejoined the boy. 11 Right you are again I" Grand Bahhecue. ?The Democrats of this county will have a barbecue on Bent Mountain next Thursday, the first of November, which is to be the big event of the campaign in this section. A band of music will be on hand, and it is expected that Senator Daniel and Judge' Waller R. Staples will be there to address the sovereigns. There will lie plenty of provisions on hand, and so with lots of music, lots of gpenklng, lots of fun, and lots of encouragement for the Inner man a general big time will b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 26 October 1888

A CiiruK r's ICequcMt. Wo are requested by tin? Chairman <>f (he Cormniiteo ?>?i implements, Drainage, and Fen? ieg of tho State Hoard of Agriculture (<. ask ?>f all manuf icturers of agricultural implements, drainage tile, and patent fencing in Virginia to make?comi-e report of 11?? different kinds <>t p-,,. duct liny manufacture, estimate <>f the number they make during (h>? year, names t-r States they >e!! in. and state comparative merit of ilirir product with northern m mufn<' turos; also, mention any pceulh.t Adaptability their goods may possess for the cultivation or Virginia soils and her staple crops. Jt is proposed to use this data for the information of the agriculturalists of the State, and to disseminate it through the annual report of the Agricultural Hoard, it is hoped that the press of the State will kindly copy this request, and all who ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 November 1888

VOL. 23. &tlein jgimex-ffiegisier. (CONSOLIDATED.) S PUBLISHED EVERY F HI DA Y MO ItNINO, A.t. 91.no l?or Year* STRICTLY CASH IS ADVANCE. If not paid in advance will be charged. T. CU/VUTREE. CHAS. D. DEN1T F. O. WEUUEH. CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, I*nbll?ti4?r? itn?l Proprietor*. AI?VK?riNINU KATEM. rrftn*lt?n( Ail?i>ril?fii?fnU-tho*e runsiti* less thau sixty days?will be Inserted *t the rate ofTSoU per square for the flrst lus >rtlOi?, and 5? cents for oacli additional In* a irttou. Hpeclnl rule. for a Winner period. Professional or other cards, occupying on? square, or less, one year, S12.U0; nix months, $7.50; three mouths 15.00. Linger a I vertlsemants subject to special contract. Oblttmrle* nntl Trlbnlr* of Rfupccf. when they exceed ten lines, will be churned lor at the rate of 5 cents por Hue for all such excess. . All CiiU muwt.be on metal foundation, wheu they will bo Inserted without extra charge. Advertisements to Insure Inserti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 November 1888

fulfill ginies-gteai'itcr. | { Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, NOVKMUKH J, ISKH. OHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK G. WEBBER, Associate. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION, 1888. FOR president: GKOVER CLEVELAND, NEW YORK. FOR VlCE-ritESlDENT: ALLEN G. THURMAN, OHIO. FOR CONGRESS, SIXTH DISTRICT, PAUL C. EDMUNDS, OF HALIFAX. FOR IIOt'BE OF DELEGATES: Z. F. NUTTER. OK CR.A1G. Uuucccseary taxation is unjust taxation.? /^resident Cleveland's Letter f Acceptance. tot?* Remember, Democrats, that next Tuesday is ELECTION DAY. Bo on hand then to do your duty. This is an election in favor of lowr tuxes, cheaper necessaries of life and an estopple to the Federal surplus. J f a man votes for principle, as a party man, how eau he vote for a Republican Congressional candidate anil a Democratic electoral ticket ? The Republicans are rapidly losing what little faith they ever had n Chinese Harrison. He is a white elephant on their hands. Mr. Croker, Tammany Chief, pays that Cleveland's majority in New York C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 November 1888

?alem {gimes-gfegisttr. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1888. Entered at the Poatotttce, In Salem, V? ah second-claws matter.] LOCAL AFFAIBS TTTTfl "P A PTTR. W*T *?" fonn?l on nt o#w A"1" f P. ItOWptl A U>'* NfWHlMIa'r A"lvrrtl?lmr Hur.-nn (lOSpni.v SlAwh.T<> twlv-Tt Ulna euulruuia may U> nu?lo lur u IN M.W VOUH.. Some people are just hh cross hs a bear, they snap your head off when you happen to open your mouth. We can not excuse them, for tliey have had colds, which makes them irritable, and are too mean to buy a bottle of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup, which would reRtore their good nature. We hope to take your order for anything you may need for either anniversary, bridal, birthday, or holiday presents. Our promise: Our best efl'orts to please in both quality and price, lk-ar In mind, you can sec us every court day, at J. M. Evans' Grocery and Commission House, Salem, Va. F. I). Johnson & Son, 5t 802 Main street, Lynchburg, Va. Farm Rented. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 2 November 1888

I'lirrHlrncd IWIl. The Lynchburg Ketcs gives an im|)ortatit note of warning. It says: "A loiurn of the ttepuhiUans to supremacy means a long "top to* i wards a war of tl?o races. This is | no fiction of the imagination. lhe! dan^r hhmI, and tho unmistakable evldeuce of it is to ho fouiul in tho utterances of Harrison, Blaine ami the other Hepuhlican leaders, and more strikingly still in the incendiary artlclo which appeared in the last issue of tho North American Jtevicir over the name of William Tecuiuseh Sherman. Tho undisguised purpose of these men is to attempt to again put the t?ottom rail on top in the South. Tho attempt will surely fail, but tho possibilities of carnage It will involvo are apalling to coutemplato. Tho negro is impressionable uy nature. As a raco ho follows his unscrupulous leaders just as blindly now as he did twenty years ago. Hut there have beon changes since tho era of reconstruction. Tho rising generation has not been subjected to tho chastening influence...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 November 1888

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA., ^ ^ ?? yfK? s RIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1888. NO. 9. (fcintes-gfegixier. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLI8HED EVERY F It I l> A Y 9U? It N I N ? , At 81.BO Per Your, 8THICTL Y CASH 1N ADVANCK. 1/ not paiil in advance $2 will be charged. T.CHAUTREE. CHAS. L>. UENIT F. O. WEUBEH. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Publisher* mill I*ro|trlotorn. 40VKKTININU KATEN. rri??i<*l??ut t?l vert lH?*ii?enl?- those running loHHlhnn sixty days?will bo Inserted at tue rate of75cti? per mjuare for the first Insertion, anil 50 cents for each addit ional InH >rl loti. Hpeclal rate* for a longer period. t>r?rcu)M?l or other enri'i, occupying one ?qotr?t or lean, on* y?*r, I12.0U; nix monthv, I7.IW; three month* $5.00. linger a I vertlsemont* subject to Hpeclal contract. ObltnnrleN and Trlhutw of Kmprcl. when they exceed ten linen, will be charged for at the rate of 5 cent* per line for all such exceMH. All ( ills mu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 November 1888

guttir, es~$egisttKOonsolldateO August 16,1883.) I FRIDAY, NOVEMBER '??. 1*88. j _ I CHAS. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK G. WEBBER, Associate. THE RESULT. | A great political battlo has been ought, the greatest, perhaps, in tho history of our country, when we consider tho numbers engsgeil, tho amount of work and tho issues at stake. As wo writo sinoko covors much of tho llold, that very part which was in doubt so long in 188 ., but which afterwards cleared up **">11. But atill we feel that Cleveland-no, not Cleveland, but tho beet interests of our country?have been defeated. It is needless to say that this has been a surprise, and as needless to say that it has been a painful surprise. There will bo Joy north of that sectional line which the South has been trying in good faith to erase from the map of the United States. For, there, success moans the continuance of tho internal revenue system, with its unjust discriminations against southern industries, by which tho impoverished...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 November 1888

?:tlem gimts-?tqisitr. FRIDAY. NOVEMBEK 9. 1888. Kntered at the Poatoffloe, In Salem, Vh an seooml-cUiiN matter,] X.OOAJL. AFFAIRS 'I'll IQ "1* APVT? W1*T h?>foorvt on fllont Orel, A HAD x JVO) ?\h?>wrll ft Oo * N.-w?i?i?-r AilwrtlntiM Huron (10 RimicoHHwhiw mlr?Tt lulng ?miKku tun/ bo u*io fur It IN 1st,W VOilK? What is it makes George Edmonds no cool and placid, ?od how does ho do such deep thinking? It Is because ho never allows himself to bo harassed with colds, lie take? Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, ho does. Attention.?Head the large new and attractive advertisement of Brown Bros. in another column. They have a most attractive stock of goods, to which thoy invite the attention of buyers generally. (live them a call as you are passing. Who Will It Bk??Almost before the result of tho election became known the Republicans began to speculate as to the successor of Mr. W. S. Oakey, the present efllclent postmaster of Salem. Their preference seems decidedly in favor ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 9 November 1888

A RETROSPECT. Soon the winter will bo coining, And the ley winds will blow; A ml the landscape "round about uh Will be mantled deep in snow. Then our ears will be front-bitten, I And we'll want to shed the nore Of that fleud ??f free/.li K weather Who will never shut the door. Then will thoughts go Hying I a 5kward To those days'fcoue-by ho sweet, When tho harvest winds went whisperii>K Through tho whiskers of tho wheat. \ Knuke in IliN lie*!. A gentleman received h letter from South Pittsburg yesterday, from which Americoti reporter was permitted to make the following extract: " Up in this country a few nights ago a man went to bed, utid through the night felt something crawling around and under him. At breakfast he complaiucd to tho landlady, but she and the boarder merely laughed and said ho must havo boon dreaming.? Ho tho next night.he went to bedjand tho mysterious visitor commenced crawling again. Ho became uneasy, and found that tho omy alternative was to enter in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 November 1888

23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA.? : (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PUBLI8HED EVERY ? F II I 1> Al Y W t> ltWINO, At Sl.O" Per Your, STRICTLY CASH IN ADVANCE. If Hot paid in advance ^2 will be chargml. T.CaABTREE. CHAS. D. DENIT F. G. VVEDBEK. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Publishers iiiitl Proprietor*. ADVEKT1NIMU BATES. rrMKtent 4dTerU?riiiieiiU-thoite running lean thsu sixty days?will be Inserted vt the rate of 73oU per square lot the first }?? s<?rttou, and 5u cents for each additional insertion . Hpoclal rates for a longer period. ProrosHlouMl or other cards, occupyln? one square, or less, one /ear, S12.00; six months, $7.50; three mon' .is $3.00. l?ug?i a Ivertlsemeutssubject to i.peclal coutract. Obituaries nn<l Tribute* of Reaped, when they exceed ten lines, will be charged for at thorate of 5 cents per lino for all sueb ? xcess. A ? All Cut* must ho on metal foundation, when they will he Inserted without extra charge. Advertisements to In...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 November 1888

Malt"! gintes-gegisfft. Consolidated AmjuBt 16,1883.) Fill DAY, NOVEMBER 10, IK88. CHA8. D. DENIT, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Aw^oclule. \ W t. / OI K PRESENT DUTY. The oxcitemeut attendant upou the | recent election has almost completely died away. The votore very properly manifested a warm interest, both in tho mon before them and tho questions discussed. In some cases there was foolish and extravagant talk, as well as wild and unwarranted assertions, but in tho main tho discussions were of such a nature as to set the peoplo to thinking and they will bo better prepared hereafter to grapple with questions of an economic or political bearing. There are some who, since tho election terminated as it did, think it I unfortunate that tho question of the | taritrshould havo been brought bofore tho peoplo at this time, but not so with us. While we think the masses havo voted against their own I interosts in this case, wo think it duo to them that every question of poll-! ties, morals or rel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 November 1888

?alem ^imes-^tgisttr. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 1888. Kntorod at tho PoHtotlice, in Salem, V? as second-clans matter.] LOCAL AJTZF-A-HR-Q fpTTTQ P A DVT) tnnr Iw fnun.l on fflo nt n?v A XU.O X AX XiXv |?. Howell A Od*? Ni>WK|?|a r AilrprtlilnKlliimiu?IDRpnitw HO. wln-rr ndTrnlnlni( vuuuMU uu?jr U> luudo tvt It iS MiW VUUK< Gilded tWe cents are going for five dollar gold pieces, l>.it Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup needs no gilding to make it go. Religious. ?We are requested to state that there will be preaching at the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning at 11 o'clock, after which n congregational meeting will be held for the purpose of electing a pastor. Rev. A. A. Little, of Gordonsvilllc, who tilled tho pulpit of that church last Sunday, morning and evening, created a most favorable impression upon the eongregation, and It is quite probable that he will be elected the pastor. We hope to take your order for anything you may need for either anniver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 16 November 1888

MOTII Kit TOLD ME SO. TIipih'n a litilo tnaxim thut wiw toltl to mo by mother iloHr, When in childlnvd I w:i?? no.?tod on hor kneo; Slio told mo that a rollls:* fetoa? would (CHth? r little iikmw ; Many Iosmuih ot advice she ?nve U? in". She toltl mo that the Fathor watohed o'or mo from above, Nh?? I?;?<!?? mo pray to him with Iim>mI bowed low; Slio hald if 1M tnko lipr mlvUu won? day I'd Lo with him , 1 believe it Tor my mother told me ho. CUORUS. She tolil tuo that In manhood temptations 1 would meet, And tliht very few tiuo friend* in life I'd know; She also said that the w.rld wan lull of falsehood and deceit; I believe it for my mother told me ho. She told mo never turn my baek on sorrow or distress. But Rive what o'or I could to help tho poor; You'll never know what poverty in, lad, until you liud Tlio wolf of hunger knocking at your door. So try and love your neighbors an you try and lovo youraelf, Your deeds will make you known wher'er you go; A man w1i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 November 1888

VOL. 23. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA? FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23. 1888. NO. 11 fjiletit g[imes-Register. (CONSOLIDATED.) 8 PDBLI8HED EVERT F II I 1) A Y M O 11 N1 N U , At #1.1*0 Per Your. fSTlilC TL Y CA SH IN ADVA NCR. 1/not. j>aid in advance will be charged. T.CRAUTUEE. CHAS.D.DEN1T F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, nnil Proprietor*. ADVKRTININti RATKN. rraniil?*nl A?l vortinpmenU-thoso runntug 1??k than alxty days?will be luaerted nt tlie rate of 75c t* per ii()Ukr? for the On I Ina?rt Ion, and 50 cent* for each additional Insortlon. Hpoclal rate* for a longer period. Pro foaa I on at I other oarda, ocoupylng one "niiuare. c. teas, one year, $12.00; aix months, t7.50; three months *5.00. Ijonuer Hvertlaeroenta uubject to special contract. Obltnarlo* anil Trlbnlea or Reapeot, when they exceed ten tinea, will be charged for at the rato of 5 cent* per line for all such ? xoeas. All <'nt* muat be on metal foundation, vhen they will bo Inaorted ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 November 1888

fulfil ?unes-?tQistft. Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1888. CHAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK O. WEBBER, Associate. Salem lias no real estate excitement at present, but she has every natural advantage for a business town, is populated by as good peoplo as ever lived, has plenty of capital which, if invebted in proper indusirie?. wnni#i enable her " to got there, just the same." And she will, mark it! An act of Congress approved February 3, 1887, requires electors to j meet and give their votes for Preei-1 dent aud Vice-President on the sec-' ond Monday in January next. The freight business at tho Tazowell depot is so heavy that no less J than five special agents were required last week to keep the business in motion. Mr. Thomas Branch of the notod financial house of Thomas Branch & Hons, died last Thursday in Richmond, aged 8G years. Tho failure a few days ago of the Bank of Durham, N. C., and six large houses, with liabilities of nearly a million of doll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 23 November 1888

gnlem gimcn-%twister. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 18S8. Entered at tl>?? PostotHee, In Salem, Va an Meoond-olawM matter.] LOCAL AFFAIBS mil 1 q TJ K TJT7T) m?r frmrvl on fllo nt cwv\. X HIS r iiX X-iXW i?, l^iwrll ,t (>i'? Ni'K,|?ia'r A.Iv?>rl IftltiK Ihin-nu < lOBpruor St.) whi ro i*d?r>rt l*lt\g cuuuocu iuuy Ui uwlu lor It IN N&W VOUkv* A famous Washington gambler, it is PaUl, will soon go to preaching. He would have begun It ten years ago, but lie lias only just now found a cure for liis cougli. It Is I)r. Bull's Cough Syrup. Pastor Called.?The Presbyterian congregation of this place, which has been without a pastor for sometime, at a congregational meeting last Sunday morning unanimously elected Rev. A. A. Little, of Gordonsvllle, as pastor of the charge. As yet nothing has been heard from Mr. Little concerning the matter, but It is hoped, and confidently believed, that he will accept. We have in our employ only skilled...

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