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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 December 1883

SALEM, llOANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 7. 1883. NO. 18. Milnn ?iiiuS-$tgisttr (CONSOUOATED.) 18 PUBLISHED EVEEY FRIDAY MORNING, AT li P?a ANNUM. J.T.CRABTREE. CH AS. O. DEN IT, F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Kdllor* mill Proprietor*. lUVKM'f 1MINV KATKfe. rrM<leat idTorllorinfaU-tlKiM* run* uVorf 1MB than sixty days?will be lu&erteit it the rate u(7ViU p?r aquare for th? Ural Insertion, and VI cents for each additional lnaertlon. Bpaolat rutcn for a longer period. IPrufMaloMl or other card*, occupying one square. or loaa, one year, 1124)0; six montha, $7.60; three months 15.00. U>ui?r a Ivertiteraenta aubjeot to apeclal contract. ?>Ultuar|N aatf trikalM or tMpaal, ? uen \tiey exceed leu llnee, will be charged for At the rate of & oenta per line for all an?h axceaa. Ill Cula innnt be on metal foundation, when they will be lnaerted without extra charge. Advertisement* to Inaure Insertion In an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 December 1883

Miiltni $[itties-?wisfrrL. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) FRIDAY, DKCEMBKR7, IKsa. mm vv &L-W1 1 HE VIRGINIA LEGISLATURE. The caucus of the Democratic members of the House of Delegates met on Tuesday night and nominated ex-Judge Charles K. Stuart, ol Alexandria, for Speaker on the fifth ballot. Jno. Bell Biooer, of Spottsylvatiia, was nominated for Clerk ol the House of Delegates. Maj. J. C. Hill, of Albemarle, was nominated for Sergeant at arms, and Arthur Sullivan, of Montgomery, and A. B. Cotteell, of Henrico, for Doorkeepers. The caucus was largely attended aud held with open doors, in Ktrungc contrast with the Coalition caucus, which was held on the opposite side of the Capitol with closed doors and everything conducted with utmost secrecy. The caucus of Democratic Sena tors nominated the following officers of that body : John L. Hurt, of Pittsylvania, President pro tern ;J. D. Pendleton, of Orango. Clerk ; Z. T. Weaver, of Giles, Scrgcant-at-arms; H. B. Wilson, of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 December 1883

Simes'^tgishr. FRIDAY, DECEMBER7, 1883. [Katered at the PoetoUtce. in Salem, Va. aa seoond-claa.w matter.] LOCAL AFFAIRS OwnrrrnpM In and Aronad Nnirni, ?uid 4'oatiljr NMIrrti BrlrHjr Told. Life la too short to try half a down different klndwol "Sure Cures," when one suffer* w\i> a cough or cold. Stick to the beat and use Dr. Hull's Cough S.vrup; It will cure your cough au<) never disapDolnt you. All druggists se|j it at twentyfive cents a bottle. Don't you Forget It.?The Salem merchants who advertise in this paper are men who mean business, and don't, you forget it. Go to see them, ami examine their st??ek ami pri<*es and you will be pleased every time. Try it. You wn KH'urp ? lib*** Cloalt for h small outlay at Ol.i> Brown's. VAIiUABLK Fa KM FOR SALE.? Mr. Jacob M. Mrout advertises, in another column, an excellent farm, and some mineral land for sale. This land lies about five mile* south of Roanoke, and is said to be a very valuable tra...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 December 1883

? llOOMilltt H H UsItaiMl. Mixed with the humor and nonsense ??t the following selections are mahy shrewd ahd valuable hints to those young ladies whoso minds aro prono to thoughts of lovo. ? First, catch your lover. Hold him when you have liim. Don't let go of him to eateh every new one that comes along. I r\ to get pretty well acquainted with i11in before von take him for life. unless you intend to support him. find out whether he earns enough to support you. Don't make up your mind that he is an angel. Don't palm yourself otron him as one eitlittr. Don't let him spend his salary on \<>u that right should be reserved until after marriage. If you have conscientious scruples against marrying a man with a mother, say so in time, that he may get. lid of her to oblige von, or rid of you to oblige her, as he'ttnnks best. Dkummkks.?"How uiany drummers arc there in the country ?" Last year more than 60.0(H). This took in the men that are running around selling on com...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 December 1883

FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14. 1883. ? tie n imts-^rglxlct (C0150UDIU0.) IS PUBLldHKD EVKRY FRIDAY MORNING, AT $i PC(i ANiVUidJ. T. CRABTREE. CH AS. D. DEN IT, *F. G. WEUBEH CRABTREE, DEMIT & WEBBER, Mliar* .md i'ro.tr iclois. \t>\i:hhum. kails. I'ruii?t<>ni iitvrrlUt'iiiruU?thi)>e runplttj U-t limn sixty days? will inserted >i j^i >?!? ol 7Vt? per ti|UHi v for the Or*t inand Vi neut?'for each additional InSpecial rates for h longer period. Crtili-Miiiiini ur oilier cnrUn, occupying ouo hijufp, or IMS, ?ne your, tl'iotu; klx three months Lonuwi Vj^i ? " HUtJ'lCt <0 COOtrucT. : 4 imI4i /iioi. , ?i3e>u til. lino*, will bo charged for 41 tne ??*?? of ? cent* per line for all ?up^ %ll ('(bU muxl lie on mutnl fouml?*Unn, when tlley will lie Insert'".! without extra ob urge. Advertisement* U> Insure iiiHortlou to ati> <iv?-u Issue, should reach thlHoitlcu on ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 December 1883

?w\ex-$to\sierL. (Consolidated August 15,1883.) Kin DAY, DP'EMBKK 1*. 1HS3. basement officers. The caucus of the Democratic mem hers of the Legislature of Virginia met on Tuesday night, and nominated the following beads of State departments : Auditor public accounts, Morton S. Marye, of Alexandria, vice , S. Brown Allen, coalitionist; second auditor. Col. Frank G. Hulfln, of Kichmoud, vice II. II. Dyson, coalitionist ; secretary of the Commonwealth, H. W. Flournoy, of Washington county, in place of W, C. hi am* Isaac R. Barksdalo, of Albemarle, was nominated for treasurer. Mr. Maryc is present clerk of the Corporation and Circuit Courts of Alexandria. Col Ruflln is about 60. and at otic time was a prominent readjustee On our first page to-day we print a svnopsis of Governor Cameron s message to the Legislature. In this message, we are glad to say, Governor Cameron agreeably disappointed us. It shows sound judgment, good practical sense, and independence of thought. It is a document ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 December 1883

gfxlem jgimts-Register. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1888. [?ntored At the P.mtomc^Tln Hal??? uwoond-cluM matter.] IjOOAL AFFAIPS Orturrrnrtsi In and Around N?ti?-ni. *n<l ?V>niitjr Mntlrni Hrirdj Told. COMK -Th? officer* nml members of Roanoke I odge.No. 100,1. O. O. F. are requested to ft fumble in their L?*lge room at the usual hour on Tuesday night. December 18th. It Is my ilutv to report the true condition *?f the Lodge to the Grand officers ami creditors of the Lodge, which 1 desire to do next week. It. W. I'aok, Nohle Grand. Buhdett ? Not the Hawk eye man, but the grocery man. greets his numerous customers and friends this week, with a new advertisement in the Timks-Reois-tkr. In which he tells them of the "good things" he hart in store for tliem. Burdett keeps good things, and he knows how to let the ]>eople know It. See advertisement. Attention!-There will he a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Salem Building Association this (Thursday vening...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 14 December 1883

A ItcdcIi magistrate has boon 1 greatly perplexed over a cant1 guluuitted toliim lor adjudication. A butcher was about to |?av a drover 11)0 francs, wlieu tin* note It'll in a dish of jjravv. I lio butcher snatching it up and waving it in the air to dry, when thedro-j vrr's dog in ado a spring at it and swallowed tlie precious morsel. The butcher maintains the drover's do;* had collected the debt and tlie justice lor weeks has vainly been seeking lor a law or precedi ni for such a ease. Making six la is one of the best known remedies for burns and scalds. It should bo immediately applied either wet or dry. It almost instantly relieves the burning sensation and helps to heat. They say if one now halloos " Danville I' and waves the ramrod of.a gun, that Hilly tnahonc will crawl under-a lueal tub in a jiffy, the At tornoy General will bury his head in -those boots, whose toe he gave the white ladies in Richmond, the Secretary of the Commonwealth will hide under a pile of Whigs of las? ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 December 1883

&alem <![iines-Register (CONSOLIDATED.) * 18 PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY MORNING, AT tS PEft ANNUM. J. T. CRABTREE,* CH AS. D.'DEN IT, F. O. WEBBER. i'CRABTREE, DENIT & WEBBER, Vdlutrs auii Proprlrlon. II Jl. 1 . . A|,?VKHriNI{Hl HATK?. vrrKormrntii -IIioka runsixty days?will be iQHerUMi of 75ota per iiquaiv for the first lu- " V) Mat* for wmcU additional In- " rates for a longer period, al or other cards, occupying ju?r?, or lew*, ?ue year, SIW.OU; wlx >. t7.W; three moolha $5.?x?. l*ong?i ?enU subject to upeelal coui rant. Tribute of . Ixoeed te. I U.o4, will be i-lMufecd for w?. tin* rate of 6 oeuUi por 11 ue fk>r all aaeh ?XWU.' All <'???? must be on metal foundation, when they will be Inserted without extra charge. Advertisements to Insure Insertion In an) given U*ut>, should reach thlttofflce on or be? f jre Tuesdsry of that week. * rnrrMpffn<trnro, contalnliiK Important news,solicited from ?^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 December 1883

<i infer;- iictfi.'jtvr. (Consolidated August 15, 1U83.) FHIDA Y* DKCKMHKK2I, ? r If rar A? ^ . 4\ ^^9 ^ f :4c F^aSl^f^r' A merry Christmas ami u happv Now Year to every patron of the Times Reuistkr. Tho Legislature will adjourn today to convene again ou the 2d of January, 1884. Patrick O'Donnell, tho slay w of James Carey, the Irish informer, was hanged in London at 8 o'clock on Monday morning last. His friends in this country ami elsewhere put forth every effort possible to save hiiu from hanging, but without avail. The Republican caucus of the United States Senate on tho 14th inslant nominated General Anson Mc- I Cook, of New York, Secretary of the Senate, and Mr. Canady, of North Carolina, Sergoant-at-arms. lion. D. C. Haskell, Congress man from Kansas, died at his quarters in Washington on Sunday last. Out of respect to his memory, both Houses on Monday adjourned until Wednesday. A Dundee dairyman was recently convicted of selling milk which had stood iu a room in wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 December 1883

itltin <giinrs-Register. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1888. [Entered at the Poatoffloe, In Salem, Va. aa second-cUmm matter.] LOCAL AFFAIFS Ocrnrrcnrr* In nnil Ar*aa4 Kulrm, mmH ??unty Watler. Brim, To.,.. No pAPfttt Nkxt Wkkk.-Ap haa been our custom, tlirre will be no paper issued from thl* ofllee next week. Our patrons will bear with us, we know, tor Christina* Is the only time throughout the long, weary year, 11 wit the printers get any rest. Anil now, as our parting adieu for the old year, we heartily wish each patron of tin? Timhk Rkoiktrk a tight merry ChrUtnias and a prosperous and happy New Year. . Quaktkkly Meeting.?'The fourth quarterly meeting, foi1 Salem station, will be held in the Mothodist -^?"h n-xt Sunday, Decomber 23rd. : L. L. Lloyd, of Koanoke city, will preatt) -t 11 o'clock A. M., and an appropriate Christ my service will be held for tho childreti at night, beginning at* 7 o'clock, llev. 0. H. Zimmerman, P. E., will addioss the children. O/'R Carkikr.?The ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 21 December 1883

Tin* ????>?<* <?l" WHInI. It- hfins h nolori >usfscl llmte\ory j member of the I nlted State# Supreme Court is it whist player, fur the benefit ?t* the' uninitiated, who mav wonderwhv thin is so.we publish the fallowing. taken from a New hug land journal of highest repute?//?** Boston ? WIIIST AS A JHIKN1.K# Tlie great Increaseof tin* literature of whist, within the pant IVw years is evidence that it is taking a higher place among the intellectual pastimes thfcn it ever occupied before. *lt is developing into a science which, nevertheless, includes a social element, by which it is made both agreeable and instructive. I hero | would be as much sense in calling a problem of Kuclid immoral an in bringing that charge against wliist. Whist stimulates no unworthy ambitions and brings iftto action no qualities of the mind that ought to be rupressed. It presents I ho conditions of an intellectual contest; and instead of its being a game of chance,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 August 1884

I _ ! ????> VOL. 19 SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, VA* FRIDAY MORNING, AUGUST 22. 1884 2. ?tnle>n (?imes-$ twister, (CONSOLIDATED.) 18 PDBU8HED EVEEY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PER ANNUM. J. T. CRABTUEE, CHAS. O. DEN IT, F. O. WEBBER. CRABTREE, DEBIT & WEBBER, Rdlion nntl Proprietor*. 4UVKKT1H1NU KATIH. I ? * l|? Trmaticat Adv?rtl??ut>ats-llioi* ruunln* less than alxty days? wUl be luiMUd *t tli* r?t? of 730l? per aqwre for the flrstflnsection; and 84 qamt* for wash additional in Mritnh. ^pMltl rst?i fc?r ? looker peflod. ? o* otftor cards, occupying jae square, or leas, we yeas," m moaUu, $>.W; three months 16.00. Louftr adeertlsevneutosnbjecfeto ?p?oia! oontraet. " OHlliKtiM tad frlkaMk ?( (ft? when they axo*<*l ?k Unes, will be eu> hixrn i>? t?uoi t owu -m *?<??>>< excess. ill i'nl* must bo on metal foundation, when thtoy Will be Inserted without extra charge. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 August 1884

??alrttt ?Hitqes-?igisf0[. (Consolidated August 16,1883.) FRIDAY, AUGUST 112, 1KK4. NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR FRJSHIDKNT, GIIOVER CLEVELAND, OK WXW YORK, KOR VTCK-PRKSIPKNT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, OP INDIANA. .7 VOR CONORWM?SIXTH DISTRICT, Maj. JOHN W. DANIEL, OK LYNCH BURQ. THE CANVASS OPENED. The headquarters of the Democratic State Central and Executive Committees were opened in Alexandria last Monday. Capt. H. 8hki?r a kd, secretary, and Mr. W. W. Scott, assistant. They hope that the local authorities throughout the State will at once put themselves in communication with the office, and to that end it is requested that all Democratic papers in the State copy this notice and give it suck prominence as they can. It is the purpose of the committee to have as thorough-going an organization and canva&s as they had last year?more so, if possible?and in that event they will achieve as signal a victory at the polls. And they will be glad to hrfve all the Democratic paper...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 August 1884

{fiimts-jtfegiaUr. FRIDAY* AUGUST S2. 1884. (Entered at the Poatotfloe, In Salem, Va. an second-class matter.} LOCAL APFAIP8 Narr?i?M In MHl Arvaad Ra|?M, aa4 Matters Brlcljr T?M. AND DKPA KTUKK OF TRAINM. GOING EAST. Pmenger Trains pass Salem at 11:10, P. M.t 11:16, A. M. GOING WE8T. Passenger Trains pass Saletn at 13:39 P. M., 6:25 P. M. Pocahontas Trains paas Halein at 9:32 A. M., 6:16 P. M. tiraad Republican Rally. The Republicans of Roanoke county will have a grand ratitiuatlon meeting In the Town Hall, In Salem, on the 15tli day of September, court day. Hon. Jno. 8. W18K and other distinguished speakers will be present. The Salem baud has been engaged for the occasion. Turn out, people. Give these distinguished speakers a rousing crowd. C. M. Wkbbkk, County Chairman. List of Letters.?The following Is a list of letters remaining in the poetoffice, at Salem, uncalled for, for the week ending August 16th, 1884: Will H. Anders, Miss Kmma Hanks, Thos. Clienewith, Miss Rachel Caldwe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 22 August 1884

Suggestion* lur "TreiiUin" Why is it that it is only u Urink or ; a cigar that your frirndn nsk you to ] liavc? You never hear a umn nay to another when he row iuto a hardware store, " Have a jkiiumI of nails?" or in a clothing store, " Have a eoat?" or in a bakery, " Hav<> a loaf of bread?" It In always an offer of Hotnething you are tietter off without. I loll you it is the bane of the tlmw. and leads more young met to dentruetion than all other things combined. n OUFOl.lv A WESTERN It. 11. 'lime Table ill effect July 1884. "W estward. TIMK. Kast'll Ntand'd. tNo. IS. , ?No.X. >No, 21. I.v Noriulk I 2 'i:< p m Jtnani1 Lv Hutlolk ;{ io p in| tf 15 a iuj XT IVt?'ISl>UrK j {, |() p 11) 11 1 j H 111: II <Bft lit ? No. 1. Ill 10 p III 10 ?>( p 1U 12 & u in liV Petersburg. Lv llurke* II le IiV Furuivtlle Ar Lynchhurn. ... Lv Lynchburg..... Lv Liberty.......^.. I.v Itiiauukt1. .. ...i Ar lug sprlug 1 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 January 1887

VOL. 21. SALEM, ROANOKE COUNTY, YA., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 7, 1887. (CONSQUDATEO.) 13 PUBLISHED LVERY FRIDAY MORNING, AT 12 PER ANNUM. j. r.cR^arREE. chas. l> denit F. O. WEUBEn. CR&BTREE, DEH1T& WEBBER, Publinhrr* nntl Proprietor*. tOVKKriMIMCi K^rUM. rri?a?loHl l?l ?erlItriiif iiU-thiw* iuanlu< lo-iM tlian al&ty day*?will he Inserted ikt. the rate of 7*>oIh |x>r square for the llrst In* ?ertlon, and V) cents for eaeh itddltlonnl Inh irtlon. Hpeflal rate* for a longer period. I'rol'psNtiiiinl or other ntrila, occupy liik ?ue *<juare, or less?, one year, 912.1*1; *1* mouths, $7.50; throe tuoiithtt $.>.00. t^onger a I verllneiueutft subject to special contract. Obltunrlpi mi l ? rlUiili'i ?r Hoped, when they exceed ten line*, will he charged for at the rate of ? oeutA per line for all such miMi All flit* must he on metal foundation, when they will ue tuNerled without extra hi'.rge....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 January 1887

gvnts-gegistift. (Consolidated Autfunt 15,1883.) FRIDAY, JANUARY 7, 1887. CHAS. D. DEN1T, Editor. FRANK G. WEBBER, Associate. Now that we have had a *? merry Christmas " lei us all enter upon the New Year with new zeal and determination. The Times-Register returns thanks to its many kind and faithful patrons in the past, and begins the year 1887 with glowing prospects, a strong heart, and tho firm belief that the new year will witness the most prosperous period our section has ettfoyed for years. At the beginning of tho year 1886 Salem had a population of about 1,700, while she starts upon the new year with over 2,000. What town in the State can beat it? Comments upon Lieut-Governor M assey'h letter on the State debt (an * xt *t of which appears in another columo,) lire numerous here, and both Democrats and Republicans speak of it as the production of a lovel head. The " Parson " Is evidently striking a popular chord, and his views will have much weight. The mortuary report of Roano...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 January 1887

?;tlem ?imes-$egishr. Fit!DAY, JANUARY 7, 1887. Sularud at ttiu Puatotttoo, in Salem, Va. a? 4. :d -cla?s matter. J LOCAL AFFAIPS Ormrmrrii in nnd Arunml Nh|< di, nail ('?iialjr MnUrm ltri?-lt.v T?l?l. A Word to Our rikfrouN. It hils become m ccuary that ?ve should call u(k>ii all persons Indebted to u* for advertising, job pi luting or subscription, to come forward and settle the same. We need what Is tine tu, for editors hihI publishers, like other people, cannot get along, pay their tlebf, Ac., on promise*. If you can't |?ay >oor account in full, we will gladly receive a portion of it. We mean what we say?\>c want what is due us, and want It quick. A Michigan boy ate a bar of soap, drank a lot of soda water ami went to bed to cure his cold. The doctor had a hard time to pull him through, but the boy now "ays the next time he catches a cold he will iik I)r. IInil's Cough Syrup. Cow Wanted.?Anyone having a good, fresh milch cow for sale m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Salem Times-Register — 7 January 1887

ftOBODY at'T MOTHER. 1?Y it. C. DOOOR. Nt^jody knows of the work it make* To keep the home together ; Nobotlv knows o! the steps it tak"*#, Nbbody knows?but mother. Nobody listens to childish woes Which IcImcs only smother; Nobody'* pained by naughty blow*, Nobody?only mother. Nobody knows of tho sleepiest* esre Ilettnwd on bttby brother; Nobody knows of tho tender pray*r. Nobody?only mother. Nobody knows of the lessons taught Of loving one another; Nobody knows of the patience sought, Nobody?only mother. Nobody knows of the anxious fears Lest darlings may not weather The storm of life in after years, Nobody?but mother. Nobody kneels at the throne abovo To thaok tho Heavenly Father, For that sweetest gift?a mother's love; Nobody can?but mother. Learn Actaraey for One Thing. Evkky boy and should determine to be accurate. In studying lessons be sure to get the exaet meaning; la talking, state the truth of the thing; in working, do every thing just right. 1 have lately heard of two boy...

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