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Trt tho Eattor/of the Dispatch: j
If no v.ill Is mndc upon the husband's
Crath, what docs the -wife "." receive", it ;
there are no: children?' ' ' '. '
SUBSCRTBER.
Ono hnlC" of the personal propcrtv in
Cog sn& o!»e third o* the real estate, for
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: -mrtm. — ' ' :.'■ .
AVine ''. .SnlCK M"Hl»otit Tnx. '
to the Editor; 0' the Dispntch.:.
ricaso tell me ; through your Query
column the l.ivr bj- which sx man can sell
tvinc of his own manufacture. ;
iSsxtxmt.. Va;- SUBSCRIBER. 1
In the Tax JAvrs of Virginia, Chapter
■11., section IS. page <£, there is' this
statement: "Any reslfient manufacturer
cf wino may huvc the privilege of selling
»dne ol his own raanafacture in quanti
ties not less;; than one palion,; without
paying the license tax or percentage pro
tided *>y Chanter V II. of tills act."
Vnyjm-nt «f . "Wnscm. •.
Co the Editor of Uie Dispatch: :
A employed B by the month; and B
worked live or six months and received
f.r» per month. A told B the first of :
the week lie. "wanted him to hum for a.
new job by Saturday, and he would have
3 sis money roady for him; but A failed
to pay the money on that day. Can- 1?"
inalceA pay him for the time he waited
lor his money? It has been six weeks
idnce B was ordered to stop work, nnd
A lias Jiot paid B yet. . X.
Arvonia, Va, .
If a man hires by the month, his" wages
tire due at the end , of Hhe< month,
and his employer may discharge him at .-■
tlje end of the month, whether ho has
the money due him or not. When dis- ■!
Charged, however, lie-may sue his em- j
j->loyer. B cannot make A pay" for the ,
time he loses after the discharge.- If he i
coulJ, he would be forcing A to employ ;
liim whether he should want to or no f.
If A fails to pay, the wages are collecti
ve by law, as said above.
MaAmiic Hcrrmnnn.
Vo the Editor of the Dispatch:
To settle a little argument, will you
please answer through your Query
■column whether or not Sladame Hcrr r
mann has ever before appeared at the
Bijou Theatre in Richmond; and was it
her individual pcrfonnance. or was she
connected with, her husband in his en
gagement? .L. E. C.— C A. T.
Petersburg, Va.
Jlme. Herrmann played nt the Bijou
Theatre last season, doing the same act
that she performed there last week. She
was then tho head-line feature of the
Burke & Chase- Vaudeville Company,
which was an eight-act bill. It has been
fome years since she appeared in
Richmond with her husband.;: She ap
peared here several seasons ago .with
her nephew at the Academy of Music.
Mailer of K(ri'i>iiia: nj» Kt'noe.
To the Editor of the Dispatch:
If A re;its B a certain boundary of
grass, nothing being said about who
shall keep up the fences, and part of the
fence is washed out or burned up,*- whoso
<]uty is It to rebuild? H. C. P.
Paint Lick, Va.
If the fence is necessary to the use
' cf the grass land, we should think that
the landlord, A, ought to-repair it. His
contract with ■ B was that he would de
fend him in the proper use of the land.
13ut the statement is not as _ full as we
would like it to be to enable'^us to give
a full answer.
ltiprlit t«» Sjucltcr Crop.
To th-e Editor of the Dispatch:
Please tvll me through the Query col
•im, if A cultivates B's farm in the usual
crops, to. l>e divided in half nt\ gathering
time, and after cultivating and housing 1
the tobacco crop that was planted and
cultivated, A turns -out suckers, which
during the fall h"e also cuts, houses, and
cures in a; neighbor's house which B had
borrowed for curing the main crop, if B
has any right to any part- of the sucker
crop: or not. Q-
Lee Post-Office,- Va.
Tes; B Is entitled to half of all the
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n rgfrfl- if ill .' M BM/-- IDEA -^» ; "^l'
IK^^S ; Credit System s feS|raj|H
AN ENORMQUS-PURCHSS'E*' V
. / of, . ■ ' -_ * ;;- ; : :
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We have made purchase of 20 cases assorted patterns; to he placed on sale to
morrow. They are worth double. v - -."
1,000 PIECES OF IMPORTED BATISTE, 12 I-2C. 500 PIECES IMPORTED DIMITIES, 12 1-2 C.
100 PIECES OF IMPORTED SILKrFINISH MADRAS, 2^ C^____r : • .• -...,-,
P^lHl P -..SIfJHCIAIi "SATiE p '"OF ■ ■ I^^^^^T^ s!!;:^ss5 S5;s -»«ra l ~
i^Z^^£^~ Dress floods and ' Silks. \ - ;
fe^^=^^ „ White -floods b'nd;Hamb'urg^^lj^ s:^ :
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But seven, days remains. -in 'which to- sell out" every pair
of winter shoes -that is left from our February clearance.
The prices: are positively the lowest- ever charged for good 1
shoes/ You have lots of time to wear them; .we have little
time to sell them. Come, look them over; tables in fair con
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elision * sizes I3ieiit/V» x
econoiviy' Qfll East" .
crops. . The ; sucker«: are' as 1 much a part
■? t i xhQ : crop ras ; is the • leaf tobacco. ''/ Its
being cured •invanother'B barn 'can 'make;
no. difference.: ;•.'■-:. V : : - : ' -' s -.i. ' v . v -.■.-.' r
"CnrrjvMc UncU/' Ac;
To thn Editor .of the Dispatch:
In the "Query and Answer" column
of last Sunday's Dispatch you refer to
two versions of > tho-'-song,^- "Carry:
Back to Old- Vir^inny,'* and ask which,
If either, is ; - the- correct one. The cor
rect title of the ion ff beginning wlth'^'lh
De, Floating Scow of i-Old- yirgihia 1 '- Is
•Take Mo Back to Old .Virginny.'.i:;. This
song was flr-st: published in 3547 by F.
D. Benteen, of Baltimore. The copies of
that year-show., tlmtvthe sohg was taken
from the • repertoire. . of the "Virginia
Minstrels,*' being , No. 14 of their pro
gramme. „: .I*.. ■•.{.;'*..■- : : :.-. ■ : '
TII6 correct title of the other version
is : ."Carry ? Me 'Back '" to^ Old Virginia."
This song " was composed : : at a : , much
later date, I think about 1870. J. T K.
Norfolk, Va,
v Extonslon offLcasc-. ; :-'■..■
To the Editor of the Dispatch: '
Kindly answer through the Query col
umn the. following questions:
A leases his farm to. B for a term of
three years, with- the privilege of five.
A dies in the beginning, : intestate. Can"
B hold the premises- five! years? ':/'
2. . If A's heirs' have r to sue B for : a
part of the rent, does this vitiate the
contract? SUBSCRIBER.'
Drlean, Va. : : '
Yes; A"s estate is bound, by A's con
tract, and B_ can; hold for. five" years- by
the terms of his lease, but. he (B) runs
great risk in letting the rent or any
part of it remain"; unpaid. ••' ; ''„:' '. .
2. Not having the case: before us, we
cannot say certainly^ about: this.
. Oepnty Trwmrcri. ' ; ;
To tiro- Editor of the Dispatch:'
; I notice that the. _ Virginia' • school;: law
makes the County:Treasurer7of any coun
ty in eligible to Uie ofiice or District School
Truste-c. , Will you kindly, say whether
or not this, also disqualifies his deputy
from holding ; said position." :.. .
■ :. .SUBSCRIBER. .
Deputy treasurers are": ineligible to the
position of School ; for _the same
reason as treasurers ; are. . s
' Square Knot ot 4,840.
To the Editor of the Dispatch:
Please answer the following In your
Query column: '."■. ; ':..; ••'.;• ■-.'. • ',- '
1. What is the exact length of one side
of a square .piece of land containing one
acre? '. . . ' 5
2. What number multiplied by Itself will
produce 454.0? M. C. L..
Farnham, Va.
1. One acre contains 4X40X30*4 or 4S4G
square yards. The side of a square piecp
of land, containing one acre is equal to
the square root of 4540. square .-yards, or
C9.s7ol+ ..yards. Which is its length.
2. The pquaro root of 4810, or 6a.5701-f
C9. 5701XC9. 5701=1839. S&SSI4OI.
Awoilier Snlution 'Offered.
To th\> Editor of the Dispatch:
As G. B. E.,' of Augusta, has given a
eolution cf a problem, "for the benefit
of your readers," I give another solution
to the same problem, which I think Is
much shorter and simpler. W. B: H.
Amherst county. '
"A man bought SIOO worth of sheep.
He lost five of 'them, and sold the rest
for $300, aaid gained ; ?l per head on those
ho sold. Find the number of, sheep he
bought. i
Let x=sliecp." .
Let y=pride per. head. - .
Let x— s=number, after-losing 5. V;
Let y-i-l=price received. I
Tlien xy=loo (1).
(x— s) (y-fl) .= xy—sy-fx— s=loo (2);
Subtracting first xy= 300
Equation from second :
■ — sy-|-X-^o=o
Substituting this value of x In first
equation we have oy4-5y : nl00
Dividing' by 5 we. have y+y s =2o.
Oriy?4-y=2o. .■ . ; . "
Completing the square" ,'y I -fyX20=20.25.
j~4. - * '-' ". .. • ■■ ' '- ■■
SubsUtuUng.- this 4x=loo. ' '. , - .
Value in first equation x=23." .
A gain. . • . -? '
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Appalhcliian Park Hill.
To the Editor of the Dispatch:
TV'as .thero $1.0CN),000 or. $10,000,000 annually
to bo spent until 1001 In the Brownloyr-Mc-,
KJnley}Pairk j-blll^H' ittoH^ttnScli^troS?
bte •■:•, .will - 3 you::; lUnd^y^p^blisJa^agalnlth^
oil>: for; the ' beheflt^of I seyet aP who "ieem
to : haVo talsunderstood :'its ■ purposc^^f PS
'- : '- ■- - i-A-stmsciugßteSl
"A Bill for tho purpose of a. national:
forest "reserve .-in;. the Southern Appai;
.f pachlan\Mpan.talns,'< to; b"e ■ khownf as ithe
: :^fil^^nh3y>;Natl6nal^Park':i and: t Fofesr
1 • ■' '■
?;^Be:lt;«hacted-byA the' Senate and'Hbuse;
of Repres'en.tatlves of^the. States' of
'America 1 In > Con cress fassembled ■"■ That j the
Secretary" of S^griculturells ■;. her eby :=•; em-]
powered;; andl directed i. to : purchase ■ land
stiitedl to -the: : purpose \pt a: national: park
and vr- forest -'reserve V ln - the f Appalachian :
: Mountains/;: 'v within;; 5. they. States':'; ; of
-.Wes<r .Virginia, : Virginia,- ; North ■ f Carb-
Hna, -South :;; Carolina;^ Georgia,
bama, -.;.;..■. and : .Terinesieej £./: in -„": 'totalj. .: : : ex- ■
■tent/; :';nbt., to" "exceedT4,ooo,ooo-^ acres, i r an"(l ;
itoVcare for,- protect,^use> : :arid|maks ac-;
,'cesslb]o.i*thc said-: reserve .-orl any .:• part of.
it .'when so purchased for .a' national, "park..
: ''Section I! ' {} That ' thefSecretary of' Agri
culture 'is hereby ; { empowered f and [directed
to;."TOakQisuch^^estand-relgulatton"3/.'4A^
establish :. such\ service i/'as •''".he': may de'etai;
necessary, for .the .care, protecuon, ana.
use of- such -forest '•'reserve,-; and to soli:
such , wood and ;iimber as; may . be re^
moved without -Injury^ t o theforest: .Pro
vided,. That ho- wood or, timber : shall be
sold otherwise thaii by j public .auctlohi,;
except to actual settlers, ; and in no ..case
at less tthantlie' appraised -value thereof:
) And provided -further, That '.the ' proceeds
of such sale .shall' ;bo -"covered Into :;the
-. Treasury.-.: of the' 1 United"; States ■ after. &&■
fraying all expenses for. the'care.rmairite-;
nance, ajid Improvement of the : samerr '.
:; "Section 1; That the: sum:; of; $10,030,006.
or :as much -thereof fas may.' be required,
Is hereby appropriated for: the purchase
of lands for a national; "park .and forest
•reserve/ as.-hereinV<before specified, "said,
reserve ' to 'be j known '•'asVthfev.-'McKihley'..
' National .Park and ;Forest ; Reserve' ;-and^
said $10,000.000;shalll>e available until- tlie
Expiration of : the] fiscal 1 year : 1910 and ' 1911,
unless sooner expended.". . • . •; :
Esamina«ons;:ior Tenbhcrs.
To the Editor of : the 1 Dispatch :
••■Will you' kindly inform' me;. what studies
it Is necessary to stand. examination: in,
this present "year, ? to. teach in public
schools of any_ county. : in. the- State of
Virginia? I 'have "been told the former.'
course* has been changed.. • ; ••••; - ; .
: - : r ■ -..- \ .;.;■"': SUBSCRIBER.
Uniform examinations for: teachers' in
the public schools are ; held every year,
in orthography, reading, . writing, gram
mar, . geography, ; history "■. of the United
States,. civil government, arithmetic,. phy
siology "and hygiene, " and theory, and
practice of teaching. ''"Professional•exami
nations areheld every.year for those who
hold- first-grade certificates, on : subject's
beyond the common school course. Full
Information about these examinations can
be had from the Department of Public
Instruction.; i : •
: Sei>tn«seHiinii .Sunday, «tc.
To the Ed-itor of the Dispatch: ;
Please explain the meaning of Septua
;esima, Sexagesima, and Quinquagesima
iundays, that; appear, in the, Episcopal
prayer-book just before Lent. vD.T.'E..
Septuagesima Is .from the Latin Word
"septuagesimus," ' 'meaning seventieth,
and Septuagesima Sunday 13 so called
because it Is about: the seventieth, day
before Easter. Similarly, Sexagesima
(sixtieth) Is about the"' sixtieth, ; and
Quinquagesima (fiftieth) abou t the fiftieth
day before Easter, and owe their, names
to this fact Quinquagesima, however,"
we believe, is exactly fifty days before
Easter. : . • - - . :
Real vs. Personal -Proyerty. .'-.,-;
To the Editor of the Dispatch:
A farmer has 5,000 feet of lumber sawed
and stacked on his place, . and also "has
1.000 rails made and. stacked on his place;
twelve months: after he sells his farm..
To whom 'do the lumber and rails':belong:
the".original owner' ; or the late pur
chaser? SUBSCRIBER.
Grottoes, Va. - ...".*■ ■ :
When the farm was sold,' only the realty
was sold— that is, the 1-and and whatever
is fixed to it. The lumber and the' rails,'
when severed and stacked on j the Uot,
became personal property, and fas such
were not sold and; are assets of the.;es
.tate,: and cannot be claimed by' the pur
chaser, unless it was £Q understood at
the time of the sale of the land. . '
K. A. and H.U. Pollard.
To the. Editor of Dispatch: •-.■-.-. >
Please let me know in your column of
Queries and Answers, where Edward .A.
Pollard, once connected with the Rich
mond press, .was born, whom he married,
and when and where he died. Was he 'not
a nephew of the ; late Hon. Williani' C.'
Rives, once Senator from Virginia? '
t Also let me know some facts '. with re-
.^llfof Henry MycS Pei!ard.^brSther*
offEdward^^Pollard? J.'-Af.B.^
Bel i :Air, : Mdb.*^.^!-
Edward Alfred Pollard was born at
Oalcgßfdge.'t'Nelaon'county, Va.. in 1831,'
f and '/died InrLynchbunz-, vt-..,v t -.., December.
fi23lS7l*He»swas!ai nephew ; of ;llon. : W!i-'
Ilain^CabelUßives.
X Heiiryi^Y c? T^ l^as Ibor n at -i Oak
ißidge^Nelsoh^couhtyVilri; ISSi'g'and? was
jkllled's in^Bichmond^; in iNovember, r ilS»B.^^
>:SeeVthe ; "Cabeirsand I Their Kltv'i, pages|
r«4T. and ?438.
. Msthcmrttlciil. .
To the Editor of the Dispatch:
;in ;your^ next iQuefy: column; will t- you i
.please work and > explain ; ; the^? following ;
■ example :" •A" lily* growing'; out lof '■. the
i ter :. was *10 f inches : aboveVthe -.water. 'i (perri
jpendlcularly);-.^and.. when pulled (over.*(taut)':
i the.-; "top went just tbelow,; the "surface,:- 21 1 ;
■inches f roni •; where ..': it^ firs t stodd^^Wh'atf:
ilsi ls. the- depth of the, water ?.: A' READER^
; Amh erst, Va. ,
i ;" Pleaseiwork: this-'ohe: A calf : tied^with;.
i^a'SO-foot ro'pells staked?at' one'sideJdf fai
hay-stack 10 ifeet;in:diameter;)howimu(ihij
area can be grazed oover? ." : S.'Gl B.'---
■'." D is the surface of the water when the
lily, stands perpendicular, ,C : the" surface
when the lily .is : pulled taut.:--A-.;8., the
height'of. the lily at first, Is equal to B C,
the length of t the lily in the" second po
sition,, or 2r inches. A B=2l' lnches, AD=
10 inches, and B■ D, the dtepth: of -the wa
ter=A B— A D=2l Inches— lo ' inches=ll
inches, which is the answer, - as' far as
v.c can make out from the statement"; in
the. query. *' . '';.'. ' „
<Let AB be! the' tope, which/ being kept
tight from AB around ■ to BC describes;
an area=the semi-circle -half; of 3.1416X30
squared, or 1413.72 square-feet. '•..'". '
We : have DF=OFXCbt. -; ODF -..; -■- - : . .
• -. ■■ ; -:.-. "'.,-■ '. ":.:--«..-■■-:■>•":--"
Also DF+BF=BC, or 30 -feetrr-
By a few trials, we finally get
+ r Col. 13=30' "10,fil|>090 '
-f OF, or 5 ■ ,698970
— 10 I.3lSoGo=log. DP
DF=2O.B feet . ' .: ''
Arc ■" EF=So°— l3' 30'=7<%* ■:
And arc BF=lßo°— 76V/— lo3i/ 2°2 ° "
Circumference E81^=3.1416X10=31.416
And arc BF=^sl.4lGklO3'i
. . ':.-. ■ . ; ■". . SCO • '' :
= 9.03 feet
Arc ' BF+DF=2O.S+9.O3, or \,
"29.83 feet=BC, or 30 feet, near! y.
Then lit passing to DF,; the end. of the
rope describes the involute of. the "circle,,
and the area for the: involute is given
In integral calculuS=p 3 -4-Ga, p=^BC, ! PI=DF,P I =DF,
a=OF the radius; and .we estimate from
p=o" r tb' p l =DF,'-' : and. to p=BC, and take
difference. , This >ill give us area, BC
DF^Cp l *— P lS ) divided by- 6a,"-'-p^=BC»=3o
cubed- .p"=DF3=2O.B cubed ; ; : 6a=6Xs=3o;
and we get. (3o cubed-20.8 cubed) dh-ided
by. 30=600.036. Hence, area BC-DF=Coo.oub
square -feet.
: DEFiDOF— EOF
DOF=DFXOF-r2=2O.SXS-i-2 ; „
or 52 square feet. , E0F=3.1410
:-X2SX7GMrr-3GO,: -X2SX7GMrr-3GO, or 16.468 square feet
DEF=DOF— EOF=S2— . ' ./
. 16.46S or 35.532 square* feet , • J- ?
:BCDEF=BCDF+DBF .':_... . ■" .
•~.=GOO 036+35.532, •or 635.568 square feet.
Again,: AB in passing around to the
"left to D , will •• pass over an ; : area . equal
to;BCDEF." ", • : *- ■ -■ .
> So "that; the whole area grazed on=tn©
semi-circle .": 1418.72' : square feet-f twice
ECDE-F.or C35.568X2, or: 1271.136 square
feet.,, Hence, .whole area grazed on=
2654.556? square feet. ,;' ;.
■/. J.Detfy TJieo to Kor«et.
To thY Editor of the Dispatch:":' -■ -
.:. I : notice in the Query column of .the
Dispatch\a request. from A.-rE.. 8., -Rich- ;
mond/'Va., for you . to publish the poem,
'.'rDefy -Thee to ydrget." I -eneloae-you
a- copy, of "the poem. " .;_-.. ' H - D;/V
MChristlansburg, Va., . ,; ,"•_ , ' '
Thou 'wilt struggle .to forget me— l defy
ITnou wilt :often° wish, as I do, that; we
-; two had never met; ' .. .-
Thou wilt bow at other- shrines— nay,
more— wilt wear a face as bright; .
But : a ' time will come for memory^ m
'-■'H ithe visions of vthe.night.., •; _
Thou wilt' heax a voice that once, thou
saidst was music in. thine ears , „ .
4nd -a face will "rise.to ; haunt thee
' through.the midst of. bygone; years^
.•Till the 'strings of. '[conscience- goad thee.
' to remorse, perhaps regret. : ' / .
Thou:'wilt ; struggle Ftb forget me-I defy
\ .tlfeo to. forget.
Thod.wilt strive to cast behind thee'every
'ffSu^^o P erlsh:are
•;.-;■ • forever ithose that last; ; . y. .-^ -
Thou, wilt, struggle : to forget me. it will
O ften^^no^S:eS:it.in.thine
■'hours 'of mirth 'and glee. - m
Like^i^adpw; o'er :.thy spirit there^will ;
'■'■ -■? come a" thought .of me;- -. ■ .
. Some o™e' S look or tone will . remind thee
■of a day .[irlioae sun.ls.set;, ;_; _ . . —
Thou wilt ■ struggle to , forget me-I defy
;••: . /Thee to :| o rS ot \^<._—T T^v ai^ i ,v^s?-iw»^ti'
; Otherl^s ; with sniile S ;^irgree^h>e
hin-'iness, God.; grant, De mine,
On thy llFe will fall mo shadows, such,
- as thou hast caston mine; • /^
Tovin- hearts will- learnsto-trust thee.
"n thy faith and truth -confide. :
Thou wilt 'stancV before Hhe: altar: with. a
• lovelier, fiiirer bride. :.; -.■ ■'. ;
But' however thou may'st love :her, witn
'• the A'bws; upon thy:tongue,l\ ; ■■:: •;•
There will 'come, a thought; across thee of-,
the heart which thou .hast
: Of the life' which thou has blighted ; sad,
- »':» ' : dark eves, with: teardrops ; wet ; :.^
Thou : wilt struggle^ to - forget .me— l .defy,
: , : " thee to forget. .- : /-,,' ;. '. .
Flowers may', bloom '•beside ; thy pathway;
life may wear,,itssunniestshue, r •'.;
"Rut -tlio' fortune smiles upon, thee, • thou
?U? U w m '■''Hid .myVordsiareTtrue;-..-- ,'.::■•■
Thou ha-sc ceased, I know ."-to/: love jine;
■•■ " ° ■ "- but as: long as Hfe'shalUlast^v /.^
■ Thou • wilt, oftentimes he ; haunted - the
. - thought of: what i is. past.':; ;. : . - :;:t ;;
Fare thee well ! May God- forgive \ thee for
the wrong which' thdulhastlwrought.
For the 'hitter/ bitter.' lessons vwhichithy
:^-ffaithlessness^has- taught; v . . . ■; ,-
1 ' Though our v paths henceforth lie :-par ted,
i " and^until'life's^sun' is?set,:-: i-'vV.*^y
Thbu wilt struggle to -; forget me— l ■ def y,
\i-' -::thco- tO:forget.V. • -,-;..'::^ '■?:■ ?'..:X^i
■'•■': -^'^ ' <■' *■ '■'■■'■ «<Gehtlo ) Reaacr.'^,£ '-%>- ■ =
To the Editor of. the, Dispatch: 1
• In writing, what ; is " ; usualiy,^- meant i by.,
'erary t friend.^ of : mine ; says j that i^gentle'!;
\- in this )* is ' applied?; ont^f to :
member^'ofttheifalr
seem V- to ■; iae'6 that\the ? term' > admits \6f
more ; generous >, application, S5 including
?membW3rbflthe{nn-falr^ex^especjaUy2ifj
' tHey ? are to possess - the ■ graces
fe^rfein^^a. F '
fc^entle - reader^fl|^^^§^^^g
Duffy's Pure Malt AVhiskey Cures Grip, Consumption, nalafia, BronchltJ^S
||| y pure Ai^^^^^^mmi^^^s^^MtttSSUKm
Grip i3. an inrecUous disease; which at
tacks i^veakl ahdifstrOh&J!tilike»«iesn(gciali>% ;
iif^theSbloo^g is «sluggishf£ana£ generally^ ; ;
: involving- s the smucoua § mem brane 3or z the ? |
j air j? from*; tfie § nostrils 5 down ;»to , _j
arfdvlncludlnffr the Jlun?3.^Serioas jcompli-., :
icatlbns, are 'liable .tb.developfimthe'courso j
■of Jj the j; diseasei^as 5 grip ".-" settles rjin¥ithe ; ;
•weakest^ part^of ft the ;i system ."tiaumetiines -.
•;,
ithdSheart;cresulting:<iftcnjin£fieait7i^llt*;
r Hre,~but the - most" < lr-»3.defl ! of j All !;i3 f.whc n -
f it- ■ settles iln'^ the 'lunssi's-Cdrteumptionlls:* :
aure :^to: : follbw/ZXinJ:? •-•ertaiiii death, "• if
■;prompt" : action-~ia
Pure aralt-Whiskoy. adrainistered. .''"-.
;ViThe"4fatalit!esJfe.sultlDgSfrom : ":thlsjdi3-*' ■
i'"e*ase-\\ lithin':the?past;few.;yfears;have;sufriI ithin': the?past; few.;yfears; have; sufri ■
I ficiently^ aroused.: doctors tto | the j impp)r-. ;
<tanceTofVi giving:. the 'disease -the ' closest _ ;
; ibrestigation:'- - : . : :' -•".i'^ 'w^. : ;;<-^: :>■'•" '■*■•=■£
:;.JDuffy;s VPure^Malt ■Whiskeyiis.cthe'ioniT; ;
■ 'absolute " cure ?■ f dr.'i grlf);"? influenza-^ asthma;'; ;
;; ' bronchitis,-- catarrh/Vconsumption,* and -'aU": |
. diseases^ of Vthe * thrbatv and^ 1 ungs ;" it-. pref,"
vents v com plicatiohs rand ■ bad "after-effects ;
;' that- gT}p ; .so'S of ten.! leaves -system^? 1
■"Duffy's 'iPure^Malt: -^Vhlskeyi;notionly; :
'• kills" Cthe t'gei-nis,' -but- it "stimulates jthe
- blood; ; 'aids 'Higefetion, • and", tones jthefacv
::tionVof-the^h«axt. : ;: - „• : *^Hi < :V: V / ' ■
.' 'vThe\ voluntary.: testimony,' received --i from;
• thousands!; of i: our. igratef lii: - patients 513J
'< proof - positive that -Duffy's v Pure Malt j
iiWhiskejv is -the tgrea test v known': remedy^
'for: the grip' and "alliaJseases ! of -the throat
and .lungs,, and-all -"wasting; diseases' from?
■whatever; : causes.,, il-' Doctors," - ministers,!
j : public^'speakers,':Jand.'.a' number of '-the;
■ loading : tetnperahce'l^rbnien ■•praise Duffy's?
-Pure' Malt Whiskey : for .the;; great rsoddi 1
. it has- accompHshed'rin>saving_lives. •; ; ,
:?.■•; Dr.'-. VWlllard H. Morse, v ;:,the:> eminent'
practitioner-.; and -world-renowned^thgra^j
peu tistj*: after .'■:. careful' study v of •: grip v. in"
ail' its' stages, ; says: "Duffy's l ; Pure 5 Malt
Whiskey," is ;the only absolute ? cure '< for ;
the jgrip; 'at 'builds up the system, and
enables , it" to ; throw ; off : the grlp>germs, »
and prevents bad after-effects, becauso it
la chemically,- pure, -and ; contains^ great'
medlcinalt properties." : :.•"." -:■', : : '•• .
.■"j-;;prevexted; grip. - :' •; .
;.; Burlirigtorij; "V't, ; January "21, 1901. i ,\
. Gentlemen: ; I ; consider 'it no 'more : than*.
your. ? duoHo ■ tell^you 'that the use j of- your
Whiskey ''has , prevented ~me"'f rom? hiving
the .1 dread v disease, : the grip,v this - winter.".
Everybody else :'onjmyvstreet .< has:! had- it.;
I ; am* hot "over and: above- healthy, . and
•s-as afraid I might be taken down with
■ :he \ grip : ?bu t . I took a moderate^ amount
>f. Duffy's . Malt ; "Whiskey each : day, - arid,
.iever enjoyed * better.; health Tin my -'life.*
\iy wife «has also; derived much . benefit •
rbm Its use.' " LV- -':■•' : - -"'-.' : ; ,
■■- Truly yours, ;■-■: A! A.f YOUNG, ,-
Manager Young's Information Agency. ..
-■ vccxibd. >, ,
.',' Sirs : After .being given ' 'up-, by .several
»v,f-vour .best physicians.': having '■ throat;
itnd lung trouble, and pronounced avcase:
until recently, especially in the prefaces |
of books. . : ' : '■..•'. -.• .> , ' ■ I
-■ ' ■ b . - -'•■ '"• '•- '".: " '•' ■ "-"-'■ . ■ " ■■ " . ■ •
"Blind Tom.*'
To the Editor of the Dispatch:
7 Where was ; "Blind Tom" born? To
whom did. he belong? When did he die?
'Pendleton, Va. ■".'';.; ' v : ."W.v
■Blind Tom was born- in Georgia.. We
cannot find, at /the moment who ; was his
master. He was a slave.. He is not dead,
but is still living in : one -of the Northern
States, New Jersey, ■it seems to us. '
"The Holy War."
To the Editor of the Dispatch: :. '•. .
Will you please; tell .me if the .book,
entitled "The Holy War," is out of print,
arid by whom it was .written? _• ; ■"--*: ; -
. If not out of print, where can It be
bought? : • ;. : : - ■ ■'•■ :
I think Revelation xii., 7-9., is the;au
thor's authority for the subject matter
in 1 the book. . ' :• CS. X. ,
'Interior, Va. ; . . ' ; ;
,- Who can tell us about this? ■'/
Genealogy, &c. of the Taylor Family.
To the Editor of the. Dispatch:
A" few weeks ago ; a : writer, for the
Query column of the^ Dispatch;: inquired
about the genealogy of the Taylor f am- i
ily As no one ': has, iyet -answered this
inquiry, and. -as I havc'obtained..much
information on the subject : from corres-.
ponderice, Culpeper records, and other
sources, I: send you what has not. yet.
been published in- accessible form: ;.■•;; ■„ \i
- The widow of the first William Pannlll,
; of ■' Culpeper. married a. Strother, ancestor
of the^present Judge Philip Strother. Her
second husband, j accoraing 1 " vto- the Cul
peper-records, became the : guardian/of .;
her children by her first ..husband. ■: She
had three children: 'by: Sti-other, two;
daughters, and a. sort. The oldest daugh- :
ter J married -Hawkins and moved to Ken
tucky; and the son: was killed- in. ; the
battle of Guilford Courthouse. The Other
daughter married Richard. 'Taylor, .and
became the: mother-; of. General . Zachary-
Taylor, '.- '• : afterwards -■ President or f the .
.United States^; ;: ;;:,.: . ,
' The ; Duke of "Wellington once stated,
that General- Taylor was the greatest,
living because at a council of
-war held the day, before the battle, of
Biiena .Vista," he had ' said, "I adjourn
this . council until ••to-morrow -after, the:
battle," and then v fought.: and won .the.
battle against overwhelming odds.;At the.,
battle hear Fort Duquesne. Generalßrad
dock wore a large red. silk sash,; with
•the date "of its manufacture^-1721— woven
■ in"; its woof. ?■ This .sash : was so .large ; that ;
on- this the General,- when wounded, was
borne' from : the field. Afterwards. , this ,
«=ash was presented to General Games,
of -New Orleans^ with" the request that
he should give:. it to the., general. . who
most distinguished- himself yin the%then
•'existing "Mexican war; and after Buena;
Vista General Games obes'ed the Injunc
tion by presenting it .to General Tay-,
: After President Taylor's death, ;it- be
came- the property of -his .daughter, Mrs;
Dan^erfleld, of .TTinchester'.; Va. When
aY few years ago . It^ was, -as -fresh
and ".bright"; asf'; when it .first: .came from :
•the'loom. save?tb*e- black) spots, s where it
was ■"■ stained ; - by the -blood^of ithe^hero^
that wore i* : more^ than? 140 years -:ago.^
?' President Taylor had a sort; ; commonly,
called Dick Tayl6r,^having ibeen^ named
after his' paternal grandfather. : iHe iac-;
' quired great reputation in our civil ; war,
rose 'to the rank of . lieutenant-general/
and," it l-Is said, . hadhe been [properly,
supported by : General : Kirby r Smith.'
Bank's' army. ; and 'Porters fleetr.would
have ibeen^destroyed^on -Red; river, ,;New.
. Orleans ;deliyered,;and^the^result^of jthe^
■ war' been reversed. -? He
i entitled. - 'k aha.. ; Rec6nStrnc-:
! itioii;"; ;which ; 7wlll V. always be - extremely
■:■■..'--■/ •-■■/." - : " ' '„', - "};_ .?; "~-'\.
|H:irMartinsville;;.February :1M ITO2. ;•
Publisher* l.nw.S
To the Editor of the Dispatch: ,>; -"
; >Please^state ftlriJyour.: Query ';column v|f,
nublishers^ continue;- to rsend-ftheir..r papers;
to = subscribers^ after :^ the (date^of^their.
subscription Vis/S out/ s and^ (2)
obi <~e* the^subscriber : to for) same? ; - ;
SsSid Ford, Va. ' SUBSCRIBER.
1. As a rule, they do not
l^We doubt ifChey can. r
TlieAxtell Family. :; : ■..:--,■■■
To the Editor of the Dispatch:' ...
to^the^AxtelltfamnyT^Thls^famJly^ap-;
: peared* ln"Arnerlcafabputil6Ki In> theuper
soii of the l/aiiasravejpaiilel 'Axten/nered^
of ;7< incurable*- consumption, .my- sister
started: the* use of your Pure Malt Whis
keyOShe has; taken three bottles, and Is
so- muc^ improved In ■ strength that we
are^-all feeling? 'quite hopeful. i
{Mrs.- BELL iSHAUL;* Charlotte, Mich. :;
I November 8, 190 L • ..-. '■".■' .-
of the Lords. Ha-.wa3 ; 'a son of Colonel
Daniel Axtel, who commanded the guard
at the High Court'of, Justice -during the
trial of King' Charles I. Information of
the family- beyond the- time of the:Par
llamentary colonel is desired by some of
his descendants. v" : ;-. WEST. END.
We can't' answer this question, bat per
haps some reader of ours may be able to
■dO SO. •■ " . ■' : '■'•■ '' :"- - .. ' ■ - : • :
■ V Etiquette of :n Call.
To the Editor of the Dispatch: ..
If a young man; call on, a ; young lady,
is It considered proper for . all trie ,rest . of
the:family to leave the house.?; - . ,
Richmond, Wa. A READER.
If a young man call on a young lady;
it would be decidedly, improper for all the
rest of .the family to leave the house.. :
AVitnesses to n Will. V
To the Editor -of the' Dispatch: .\,
Please inform me .if .In signing a; will
it' is necessary to put your seal on it,
and (2) is it lawful for a man under •21
years of age to sign as one of the wit
nesses?; -.:'.' ']. \ "■ : ? '\ E .- c - T> '.'.-■. '.-■
1. .-No.' v. ,) ;L .- ;. * :, ;■': : ;. „: / ■.: ; . .-,-"
2. Yes, if he be a person of good, under
standing. ' . - ' . •■...-.-.•
Field's "Clinic o« the Ictf." . |
To :. the (Editor of -''the i^Dispatch: : ; ; •; j
Following Is a poem you asked for re
cently.- ' ' ■..;•.•;■■. :-i. „■ ■' ' . ■'^ L '
'■•-Tie.' Clink of the tee. -
Notahly fond of /music, I dote on a
: sweeter tone : ' ;-■; • v •
Than- ever the harp has uttered or ever
the lute has known.- ,»».
When I wake at five In; the morning with
-„« a feeling, in myhead ;v - -_ ._ "-',\
Suggestive of mild; excesses befbre I re
■: : ■• tired "^ to jbed;":.' ; :-.'r :.-/'■ ' *"" •■ '■'• l '■■■ •>-'-
r.When a smaliibut fierce volcano vexe3 me;
•_■; V: sore Insido/i - "/' ~'~~i }' « -V ■'■ s^t?
And my throat and mouth are furred/with.
a fiUNthatseemeth a-, buffalo bide— i
How 1 gracious .those, dews of solace .that
:■; over my senses fall t " ■•■• ".;'^
At the clink of.the ice ; in,the pitcher th©
: .boy. brlnss-up the hall! .
Oh. is it thegaudy ballet"; with features ;
• : I oannot^name.^ '■<_'.■. ■ . '•■" ":^. ; , ■
That , kindles In ' t virile bosoms . that . slow
■ "but ■•devouring' flame?,; .■ •• .=-■
Or Is it the midnight supper, eaten;bef ore
That . presently.;by.. combustion setteth U3
Or; is It a the "cherry: magnum?— nay, I*ll
' . ■' ■;:;; ;lhot chide^ the.'c'up'v ;'.' ' ■ v ■
Thatmaketh the meekest mortal anxious.
"^ to" whoop .things up;; .
Yet, what the cause soever, relief comes .■
•when we r call— ; : >v: s r ;/ { - -• ' .-■■
Relief 'with- that ,rar>turous clinkety-cunK
■ , .that, clinketh alike for all.'. -
I've dreamt "■>?■ the fiery -furriace that, wa3
V. one vast;*bulk of. flame. . ■,
And that I' was 'Abednego . a-wallowlng ;
- :.;v.iri- that -same;,:;.:? ;';' , • . •;• '-■
And -I've dreamt I ;was ;a crater, pos
':■ ■■ . i;sessed.-;pfi;a';inaa desire -.- ■'-„:.
To vomit-molten; lava, and .-to snort pi?
L - ; ,:, :v gobs') of ;fire; : : ;. ,•.: . - : : „ .: *■'■<%'*
I've dreamt I candles jand
• rockets -that fizzed =and screamed-- i .-;
In . shor t: ; I ; have s dreamt? the- • cusaedest ;
dreams thafevera-human. dreamed;
Eut allthe red-hbtJfancie^were scattered
. . - - ciuick asa^wink; v v - .-- ■- - ■ .
When' the spirit.withln ■ that pitcher went ;
y-clinkfns its ■' ;.v '.-
Boy. why- so Jslowy In jTcomlns - .with, that :
r" '.'gracious/jsavihecup?; :" r^- ■
: Oh; ! haste theev f o\the j succor . of the man
|r»>;,Jwho;fs'burnin£flup! ; •:' v ' «
See hbw.'theice'.bobs.up andco-WTi. 'as It
';< It -wildly- strove ;.y;:- :; -: ;c ; ■"
To"- rpach 'its '.graces . to'thf? -..wretch, .wno
■'•vifeels'likeiafred-hotlstovet : -^: ; :* v ;:; ;
The ■piteous^- clinks 'It "Jclihks: methinks;
! - -■'■ should ■"■' thrill ; ; you^ .through -: 'and
! : - . •;through;"";;•-;:; through ;"";;•-;: "j>'^:''- ;• ,- ■:.- ■-.:■,'■ ■''-'.■ •
I AiiTerring'soul ;ls-.wanting: drink, and -he;
i^.iV.-wants : it -p;«d:I<I-!*'T-.. - ; - : '■-■* ,V v.-. r;
I Andre lo I ; the j honest pitcher; '.too. lalls. m
;.: "■■>>■; so ■ dire "a^ fret :""•:; U?.~" ■ i. :': {,'■ .*_•! ; ; ■■■ ; .-. :. ; v A
That It3;p'allldifonnlispre3ently bedewed^
!;;-V.^vwithv,a<chllly sweat.' - ""'-.'
i ; May blessihgsiie'sh'owefed upon the^man
[/■?:* who^firstfdevlsed ithte^ 'drink "j :'^--i
-That.happens aIoTJ? af.fiv? A: M.,wltn 1W;
[.'■ :;■.: rapturpu3 r :clinkety-clink!;" .jHiJ
-I never ihttyelfel^tße^coolinj:; flood vgo
I:■ 3;- ; sizzlinff down myithroat; : „
i i But *what il f vowed Jiymn - a .; hymn .to , :
iI; -.that' clinkety-clink: devote: r^£^::_r
! So" :nowv;ia f the t>rim^ ; of , my ' manhood, i
fasc ; offal?? good ■■■ fellows a
, thirsty at- five A! M. -
P^^ecially^forithos^le^w^whohav©;
b.:» "known Uhe^pleasin^^thrall^-^^,
Of (the -clinkrof ithe I iceUn^the; pitcher
I bb ° V trITIRS " P " he^Ku^ne PleM.
„ Notice to CorreM,.-d«.f.
pS|notlce wlll^gtalcc?! ?ogganyra|U|
communications, - . ■ ■ . "**■
Ixx answering tQu erlea , our.: flrat <
will* he^risea' 1 to 1. ths ] letters f bt jthoaisfcois
'. j Gentlemen : ; 1 i take 'pleasure i in. ; ilni Inf ors£
ing you;.tbat I 'have been": cured of ?&'■•'•«•
vere attack of grip by using your *Duffjr?l
Pure ?JlaltlWniskey.r , My,; age „■ i 3:70 year*
S;:7-S~ : /MrS.V:EJ^I2LA;^H;"jKErA3I, '
iTll : <?herry " street/: ReadJns^. Pa^./
. December 11. ISOI.
ci;hei> three «rip victims. *»;
Gentlemen! My /taxnllyJ-ha.&Wsk r grlpp«f!
I pulled three of themithroughVwithDuf
fy'g Pure Hale "Whiskey > and milk. " *
T WILLIAJr ; H.vTATE3,^
November: 3. lSOt.;r. Rochester^ ailca.;
Da ff y 's -'• Pure j Mai t -Whiskey has i stood
■ severe i testa for . nearly fifty years,"? and
has always ibeeh, found iabsolutelyipure;
and to contain great imedlcinal qualities.
_.'■ if'KE&T-Two : Game" Counters, 'for'vwbJst;
euchre, :;etc. Send 4 : cents ' In -stamps ito
cover 'postage. ' r 't- -:••- :-y
CAUTION*.— Duffy's 'Pure MaltATFhl?
key: is -sold - In. /sealed ; bottles 'only.|' ;jIS
offered In bulk It 'Is a fraud. ; 'Be;sur&:yo»j
get the genuine.?. It <Is, the; only whiskery
recognised by ' the government as a medi
cine; /All druggists and ? grocers;"' or t di
rect,; ft a bottle.::; ;Medica>>booklet" sent
free.? DtTRFTT MAL.T .WHISKEY COM
. PANT. Rochester. ;N.' Y. : - Ja2S?
respondents "> who r asto but one . Question?
each. -■'"■. , >?*$ "•:" .-
We cannot publish ; copyrighted song3 l
and poems ■.Avithout .^permission of the
owner of the copyrights.; -' ; -J:-"---'~-£
: This column ;isrnot an advertlslnjr me^
jlum. No query will receive -attention*
the -answer to which would TneceasHate;:
the advertising of any -person's fbuslnesßj
or wares. .': Nor .will we permlt'any:querles|
to be published ; which -^ :' contains tatfacKsT;
either open or disgrulsect,' upon: any one. ;
. . Not will j any , attention i be, given i to^lbns
••strings" of questions. Eyery^week nuin-';
bers of .-correspondents ignore j this -ruleTbt;
.*ours,Vand,^afterwardswonder r .why.; their;
queries are not answeed. , „ , a
Many queries are "\ not answered because
similar ones have been recently, answered;-;
: We are overwhelmed r ,wlth'iriQulrles?asj
to the addresses of ;milHonalre'';phllan^
thrbplsts, and cannot undertake :. to ;:an-j
"swerithem. '.. • ■- ' .'•-, ;,j.'.^ '
-■- -We cannot undertake itojascertala-itna:
value of: ol dbooks, coins,
that information wrlt© : to some- dealer,'frij
them. .- ••-■ ••>;.'!..^, -
.We cannot undertake to answer queries
by mail; we can- ; only .^ answer ; ;thenr
through this 'column. ." ' ':---,:Tl: 'ArOA
' .We; are frequently called 4,upon ,to lre~.
publish poems and songa r ' I but'/we* ) wini?not'
undertake' 'to ;■. do fso, except lwher» -rtho
production !; called ifor.has some 1
orTpeculiar,. literary "-merit; and 1 lsynotjof
easy access to the average rea'derT"'**"^''/
-',-;■ Address ■ Query. Editor, Dispatch ; Office/
Rtchmond,-*Va. J :i- ; .'- ; '-. '•"' ■■•*■.. ■'■''- >. -■ •'. -• '- ; '•-.'•.'• -'
; N.'B.— Wefdo not ; "read unsigned letters.
TIEB GOSSIPOP, WARli'ENT6^riv;V:;
Active -Work Amons ;*he Secret ;On ;
: (lers-i-Personal Inforniatlon. - : . • \
WARRKNTON. : yA., February. 22.^»(3pe^;';'.'
clal.)— This has been a ; great Vweek^oC^
fraterhallsm. :Gr'and:High.Prfest',flubard.^
of I>yncW>urg'/ ; bas ben ~a; visitor ...to> tha -
Royal ■Arch Chapter of Itount Carmel | \
fjodge, ''Ancient, Free- and Accepted"MafJ§
sons. ■■■ ■.•."'.'■• ,' . " .'""-\
He received a roost flatterlngr reception* -'
Thursday^ night, Fauquier-i Council. -*Noi^
ISO 3, Royal 'Arcantim; 'was 'visited byiGrand rf
Regent,: Charles C.t Berry, r \ Grand -Nio&Ws.
Regent i Robert W; Arnold, and I>. . ;H.; H.
Appich^iof the Committee lonlLdws.
Their, visit had been ; heralded bylSpectatft;
Grand Deputy j Grand r Q'HarrriJ
Kemp, of:! Richmond, :who. had l>een H«r* -
several days '■ previous /f 6;: the visit, in th«
Interest of the' Royal 'Arcanum.
Mr. Kemp is an.lrklAfatlgablo \work«r»|s,
an d ; a ' lax go C batch -of • applications \ fo» |
; ' membership \ Thttrsday : j;^ night
I "showed the-spiendld results of hlar-worto
i' At . the ; meeting Thursday. -^night^nio*l|si
-Inter estln§r S~an<? "i "> In structly'e' ) talfcsf , Iwer i p
I given '■"»' <by , : the -grand ; ; officera. / ': OEJrother :Z
\ Berry, spoke on the work [and ; financial 4
I state : of , the "order, and Brother^ -Arnold |g
j and Applchtconftned^ themselves 'to" ; ith«
} fraternal j features. . -
j : ; At ihe;close of "each addrewr ,^» hearty^
applause I greeted '; each speaker. ,-It - re»
1 mained i: though,": f or ' ; Brother}' Kemp\ ~ttt
I -bring > down Uho; houso ty his lnlmltabl<»^|
i wit and songs. . • ,;
i ;j Regent -EJS. iTurner;- of tho local 'ooun»g
cil, :. presided : at ' the .banqjaet, \ ; and;^acted| js|
as toastmaster. " ' . -\ • ,
■>On inotJon of JJ^A. C.;Ke!tli > :airl»bijt|?
Vote iof - tbank3 -waa 3 given : tho j, vlsltlnaf
brethren. ~ ( - :■.:' ' /-> - ; ''f^'.vSii
l'f-H;?H.*--l^TOlns;-iOfvFroht:\lto7alA"W3«^
' here tthis. Week; onJprofeaslon^sbuataesitit
r : Mr3.;KJ -A'/ Cockriile; 1 of the" PMn^Jwaf||
: called Jhere'-jthlaf : week o by V; the V. 11&««»^
'of her "si3ter,^Mls?t Jennie McCouoh!«t"*iJ .;<u J
I. X R. ■ Muurling, . of : New VTork, -Jth« |i
father^fSHra^Jaine3]:K.-3lacrdox;^ha!t^
commenced itheTerectf on "-{of Ta ] very::.&atnd-|1
Boma? bdnse/'oaftldai S recently A j>«rcha»ed f ,
tfitt^*i*M<ai i :M»Ton\tli5 I >Jt)Urtis of ta«-;.
town.
;'^^^^Srv r ' '■'-■; Office of ,' - e:
'Virsinla-Cafollna;Chemical Company. '.--*.
«Febrtary;U; ISOJ^S
StTHBIBO-Aimip^II>IRECTOI^TKAV»||
itWst^day Itfeclared? »Idividead « of; OjJHk
! PER 3 ! C32NT.; thd 1 same r i divltf «Q«SS
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Ti«¥^S
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Cho remedy that CCBE3 A COLD to oa« *^| : ; '

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